TABLE OF CONTENTS


Biographical Note

Scope and Content Notes

Restrictions

Controlled Access Terms

Administrative Information

Series I: Early Records

Series II: John Brophy

Series III: James Mark

Series IV: Presidents Since Mark

Series V: Machine Loaders and Machine Reports

Series VI: Executive Files

Series VII: General Files

Series VIII: Receipts and Expenditures

Series IX: Arbitration Cases: 1947-1971

Series X: Elections: 1939-1962

Series XI: Conventions: 1941-1965

Series XII: Worker's Compensation Cases

Series XIII: Welfare and Retirement Fund, 1950-1962

Series XIV: Death Benefit Certificates, 1910-1928

Series XV: Deleted Coal Company Files

Series XVI: District Reports on Receipts and Tax Refunds to Local Unions, 1941-1942

Series XVII: Employee Status by Union Number in District #2, 1955-1961

Series XVIII: Legal Documents

Series XIX: Mine Inspection Reports, 1947-1949

Series XX: Minimum Pricing

Series XXI: Hambler Coal Company and Superior Cherry Run Coal Company Personnel Records, 1940s and Employee Earnings, 1937-1950

Series XXII: UMWA International and District #2 Publications

Series XXXIII: Coal Company Card Files

Series XXIV: Photographs and Negatives

Series XXV: Audio Tapes

Series XXVI: Phonograph Records

Series XXVII: District #2 Oversized Items (5 Drawers)

Series XXVIII: NRLB

Series XXVIII: NRLB: Correspondence

SERIES XXX Work Stoppages

Series XXXI: Sub-Series A: District and International Commission Cases 1956-1984

Series XXXI: Sub-Series B: Membership Cases 1949-1951

Series XXXI: Sub-Series C: Commission Cases

Series XXXI: Sub-Series D: Local Union Cases 1953-1991

Series XXXI: Sub-Series E: Civil Action Cases

Series XXXII: Agreements, Sub-Series A: National Coal Mine Construction Agreement

Series XXXII: Sub-Series B: Construction Agreement 1969-1980

Series XXXII: Sub-Series C: USE American Coal Company 1980-1982

Series XXXII: Sub-Series D: National Bituminous Coal Wage Agreement of 1981

Series XXXII: Sub-Series E: Reading Anthracite Negotiations with Local 1686 District 2, 1994

Series XXXII: Sub-Series F: National Bituminous Coal Wage Agreement of 1978

Series XXXIII: Black Lung Issues

Series XXXIV: Local Union 1269 vs. Barnes and Tucker: 1957-1986

Series XXXV: Coal Hauler's Association

Series XXXVI: Central Pennsylvania Coal Producers Association (CPCPA)

Series XXXVII: Labor Celebrations

Series XXXVIII: Local Unions

Guide to the United Mine Workers of America, District #2 Papers, 1927-1950This finding aid is part of the Special Collections and University Archives of Indiana University of Pennsylvania.

Guide to the United Mine Workers of America, District #2 Papers, 1927-1950



creatorUnited Mine Workers of America, District #2
collectionUnited Mine Workers of America, District #2 Papers
collection1945-1965
Abstract: Included in this collection are UMWA, District #2 records, reports, files, and publications.
Quantity: 320 (490 boxes)
Identification: MG#52

Biographical Note

When representatives from the Knights of Labor and the National Progressive Union of Miners and Mine Laborers decided to meet in joint session on January 23, 1890, a new union, the United Mine Workers of America, was formed. Within this initial formation, a framework of districts was established under which actual organization efforts would be carried out. The area receiving the designation of District #2 comprised most of what was considered to be Central Pennsylvania which included the following counties: Blair, Cambria, Cameron, Centre, Clarion, Clearfield, Clinton, Elk, Fulton, Huntingdon, Jefferson, Lycoming, McKean, Potter, Somerset, Tioga, part of Bedford, and most of Armstrong and Indiana. During the history of District #2 portions of these counties, e.g. Potter County in 1960, did not always fall under District #2 control. Various reasons for this discrepancy were non-production, successful attempts by coal operators to drive the union out, and/or because the areas were handled by other districts. From time to time certain individual mining operations within the participating counties have fallen under the jurisdiction of other UMWA districts, however, the above list of counties forms a general representation of the territory covered by District #2. During the first decade of the union's existence, District #2 organizers encountered severe competition from surviving Knights of Labor locals, especially in Somerset and Cambria Counties. By 1900, however, the District could boast a membership of 4,999 members, up from 635 the year before. In 1904, President Patrick Gilday reported that District #2 had become the second strongest district in the national union, carrying 34,550 members. Organization of the miners in Central Pennsylvania was not without its problems. District #2 encountered many obstacles along the way. Economic conditions of the nation had adverse effects on the success of continuing organization drives and on the maintenance of established locals. Although heralded as one of the best wage scale agreements ever to be signed, the 1903 Wage Scale, adopted by the national union, created serious problems in certain areas of District #2. Operators from the Morris Run Coal Company, in Tioga County, Pennsylvania refused this scale, calling instead for a 14% wage reduction. Threatening to evict all of the miners who resided in company-owned housing, the Morris Run Coal Company set the stage for a very serious confrontation. District #2 was faced with a potentially explosive situation realizing the implications to the union as a whole if they authorized the miners to back down. In December of 1904, the coal company carried out their eviction threat but were unable to break the union. In June of 1905 they admitted defeat and restored company housing and jobs, recognizing the local union as a valid bargaining agent. Although confined to Tioga County, this struggle was crucial to the continued existence and power of District #2 which would be challenged by the operators again and again throughout the course of District #2's history. By 1906, increased competition from non-union fields led coal operators in Pennsylvania, and throughout the nation, to insist upon a series of wage reductions. Faced with this possibility and with cost of living increases, the UMWA demanded that a return to the 1903 wage scale be implemented, raising wages and creating an increased differential between machine and pick-mined coal. As a result of the inability to come to some form of compromise, the UMWA International adopted a resolution, proposed by delegate W. D. Ryan, calling for a nation-wide strike. The officers from each District, including District #2, were directed to strike until the individual operators in their districts agreed to accept two year settlements which would re-establish the 1903 Scale. Such agreements could be entered into on a piecemeal basis. The district did not have to hold out until all operators were willing to sign the new agreement. In the wake of unsuccessful attempts to reach some form of compromise, District #2 went on strike along with the rest of the nation This strike lasted into late June, with a compromise finally being reached in July, signed by the majority of coal operators in District #2. A return to the 1903 wage scale was accepted with only minor adjustments to other demands. John Brophy estimated that a total of $340,000.00 was spent in relief monies by District #2 alone, with the National Union sending over $100,000.00 additional funds to the district to aid the striking miners. The struggle had not been an easy one, nor would it be the last. Struggles to unionize the miners of District #2 continued as the new decade progressed. District #2 organizers and officers continued their efforts and were rewarded with success in enlarging their membership rosters. In 1913, former District #2 President William B. Wilson was selected by President Woodrow Wilson to be the first Secretary of Labor of the United States. At the 1916 Convention of the UMWA International a man who would be instrumental in the UMWA and in the labor field moved onto center stage. The man was John L. Lewis, former aide to Samuel Gompers and an organizer for the American Federation of Labor. Three years later Lewis was acting president of the International. By 1920 he had been elected to the position. In part because of the efforts of the District #2 UMWA, a Miners' Hospital was erected in Spangler, Pennsylvania in 1919. The hospital was funded by state appropriations and through assessments from the miners of the District. Unfortunately other events in 1919 were not so beneficial. In October 1917, District #2 had signed the Washington Wage Agreement which froze wage levels during the first World War. This wage freeze remained in effect until 1919. Faced with post-war production and returning veterans the miners' union requested a wage increase. This request was denied sparking a strike. Interestingly, International President Lewis was against calling a strike and refused to provide financial support. President Woodrow Wilso ofered the miners a 14% increase in December of 1919 and a series of federal injunctions were issued against the miners. In September of 1919 the largest steel strike in the history of the United States created an opportunity for District #2 to increase their influence in non-union areas of Johnstown, Cambria County and nearby Somerset County. Steel workers striking against the Cambria Steel Company were joined by 2,000 plus coal miners engaged in a sympathetic strike. Domenick Gellotte, an active District #2 organizer had begun to hold mass rallies in January and February of that year in an attempt to organize the non-union field. In the months prior to the beginning of the strike in September, Gellotte and other organizers actively cultivated the miners' interests, keeping a tight rein on their desire to strike for higher wages. President John L. Lewis was apprised of the situation by District #2 President John Brophy who kept in close contact with Gellotte as the summer unfolded. Emotions were running high as Gellotte reported to Brophy in June that a strike was imminent with or without the approval of Lewis and the International Board. Newly formed Local 2986 of Johnstown appealed directly to Lewis for a sanction by the International. Lewis's diplomatic reply indicated that he would grant no such sanction without the approval of the Board. In August, Brophy sent a telegram to President Wilson informing him of interference with organizing attempts in the area. The reply was not encouraging or overly supportive. UMWA President Lewis continued to believe a strike was impossible in the region and continued to offer little support to Brophy and his organizers. With the advent of the steel strike on 22 September, the impossible came true. The sympathetic strike lasted until the 29th when many of the miners returned to work following promises of recognition on the part of the operators. Failing to sign new scale agreements, however, the operators were threatened by a renewed strike in October. Adding force to these threats, John L. Lewis announced that a general strike would go into effect on November 1, 1919 if an agreement could not be reached between operators and miners. Without an agreement, the strike commenced as planned. Gellotte reported that 12,000 or more miners in Cambria County alone had walked out. Faced with federal injunctions and possible violence on the part of the citizens' committee of Johnstown, Gellotte was placed under protective custody when he refused to leave the area. William Z. Foster, secretary of the National Committee for Organizing Iron and Steel Workers, was also harassed. The coal strike continued until December of 1919 when the offer of a 14% increase was accepted. Gellotte reported that the miners would return to work. The difficulties had only begun, however, for District #2 in particular. Wages were again cut back in 1920 and again in 1921 and 1922 in spite of contract agreements. At the 1922 International Convention a general strike was ordered, to begin April 1, 1922 unless an agreement could be reached with the Central Competitive Field. Such an agreement would then serve as a master agreement. In an attempt to break the collective bargaining strength of the union, the operators stayed away from negotiations. In an effort to garner more support, the union appealed to non-union workers to support their efforts. In District #2 the targeted areas for such an appeal were the coal fields of Somerset County and the Johnstown and Black Lick Creek Field of Cambria County. Non-union workers flocked to the cause, organizing a number of new locals in spite of threats of eviction from the operators. An agreement was reached with the miners who had previously been under contracts after five months. The newly organized areas of Somerset and Cambria Counties were denied recognition. Demand for coal was low at this time, adding to the hardships endured by the striking miners. Union members across District #2 continued to support the striking locals of Somerset, assessing themselves 10-20% of their own wages for relief. For seventeen months the miners held out against Berwind-White Coal Mining Company and Consolidated Coal Company but to no avail. In August of 1923 Somerset delegates met to discuss calling off the strike. Recognizing the futility of carrying the strike further at that time, the resolution to resume work was carried. Opposition from Berwind-White and the other powerful operators in the area would continue until 1933 when two locals would be successfully established. John Brophy, President of District #2 until 1927, chose to run for the presidency of the International in 1926, against John L. Lewis. Wishing to rebuild the strength of the union, Brophy sought support for his campaign among the rank-and-file miners and Lewis opponents. Calling for the nationalization of all mines, Brophy also advocated a return of democracy to the ranks. Brophy was not able to garner enough support to carry the election, however. As a result of his defeat and his inability to run for District President, Brophy temporarily withdrew, albeit reluctantly, from the positions of power in the union. The 1930's saw a drop in union membership as coal was sold below production cost and the state of the economy worsened. It was not until the election in 1932 of Franklin Delano Roosevelt that organization activities met with success in the coal fields of the country. Section 7A of the National Industrial Recovery Act of 1933 was instrumental in this increase. Sanctioning the right of workers to organize into unions, this section also provided for the use of collective bargaining. The Appalachian Wage Agreement signed in 1933 reflected the positive atmosphere. Acting as the basis for the first national wage agreement, the Appalachian Wage increased the scale to $4.60 per day with a forty-hour work week. Grievance procedures were established and the UMWA was formally recognized as the collective bargaining agent for all miners. Difficulties continued to plague the United Mine Workers of America. At the A.F. of L. Convention in 1935, conflicts erupted between the A.F. of L. and the UMWA culminating in the formation of the Committee of Industrial Organization (C.I.O.) by John L. Lewis and others. Lewis, who would serve as the C.I.O.'s first president continued to head the UMWA. The United Mine Workers of America remained in the C.I.O. until differences forced their withdrawal in 1941 when they formed District 50, which encompassed members of industries which depended on coal and coke by-products. Labor problems did not fade as the country faced another world war. The United Mine Workers of America refused to sign a no strike pledge at the onset of the conflict. In answer to the numerous grievances of the miners, John L. Lewis called for a nationwide strike in 1943. Between May 1, 1943 and November 1, 1943 there were four walkouts despite the government control of the mines and legislation in the form of a federal anti-strike law passed in July. Once the war was officially terminated, numerous strikes continued in certain areas in an effort to regain power and new contract provisions. National strikes were called in 1945, 1946 and 1949 by the UMWA. The 1946 strike caused the governmental seizure of the mines by President Harry S. Truman who fined the UMWA $3.5 million. The miners held out. They were successful in negotiating the establishment of the first Health and Welfare Fund for the UMWA, however, in 1946. This accomplishment paled in comparison to the blow struck by the passage of the Taft-Hartley Act in June of 1947 which replaced previous legislation with anti-labor legislation. Until 1951, there was a noticeable lack of mine safety regulations in the mining industry although the dangers of the occupation were manifest. District #2 felt this deficit, as other districts did, in the number of lives lost partially as a result of not having such regulations. The largest and most costly mine disasters in District #2 from 1902 to 1940 claimed 342 lives and left countless others injured. Date Place Losses 10 July 1902 Rolling Mill, Johnstown 112 24 October 1906 Rolling Mill, Johnstown 7 5 February 1910 Ernest #2 Mine, Ernest 11 11 February 1916 Ernest #2 Mine, Ernest 26 6 November 1922 Reilly #1, Spangler 79 26 August 1926 Clymer #1, Clymer 44 15 July 1940 Sonman, Portage 63 With the passage of the Mine Health and Safety Act on 21 December 1951 a system whereby federal inspectors were empowered to shut down any mine which did not operate within the established guidelines. Operators who were found to be negligent or in violation of these regulations could be fined. Coupled with the Health and Welfare Fund this measure helped to alleviate a good deal of the hardship and suffering of the miners and their families. The beneficial aspects of this legislation was furthered by the Federal Coal Mines Health and Safety Act of 1969. This legislation included benefits for those suffering from Black Lung Disease and regulations for dust control. Events in 1969 in neighboring District #5 had a direct impact on District #2. Joseph "Jock" Yablonski, a member of the International Board, challenged President W. A. "Tony" Boyle's right to the presidency. It was believed that Boyle had been misusing funds from the Health and Welfare Fund. The election of International officers was overturned by a federal court and a new election between Boyle and Yablonski was ordered. Before it could be held, Yablonski, his wife and daughter were found murdered under mysterious circumstances. In the wake of the investigation, District #2's office was occupied by federal agents as their business transactions, including the District's bank accounts were searched for any improprieties. None were found. A movement for rank and file control of the International got underway soon after. Under the leadership of Arnold Miller, the union members formed the "Miners for Democracy" movement. Opposing this faction within the union was the old guard surrounding W. A. Boyle. Miller succeeded in being elected president of the union in 1972 bringing a new age of miners' control to the UMWA. New elections were ordered for all districts as a result. District #2 held theirs in 1973 at which time they also rewrote their constitution. Included in the new constitution was the creation of COMPAC, a lobbying agency that would enable miners to endorse political and legislative measures as they saw fit. Despite economic difficulties facing heavy industry and the supportive coal industry in the 1970's and 1980's, District #2 has remained a viable agency standing by its fellow districts in times of crisis. Beginning in the early 1990's, District 2 underwent a series of administrative changes. On April 26, 1991, the International Executive Board voted to approve the merger agreement of UMWA Districts 2 and 25. Effective July 1, 1991, the Anthracite area, District 25, became part of District 2. The purpose of merging the adjoining Districts was to streamline operations, cut administrative costs, and to direct more resources towards membership service. On January 11, 1996, the International Executive Board approved the recommendations of a commission chaired by UMWA President Cecil Roberts, which was charged by the 1995 International Convention with adapting the Union's structure to meet the changing nature of the industry, the needs of the membership, and to direct a greater percentage of the UMWA's resources towards organizing the unorganized. As a result of the merger, UMWA District 2 covers the states of Pennsylvania, New York, Western Maryland and represents workers in such diverse occupations as coal miners, truck drivers, construction workers, and firearms manufacturers. Due to the closing of several district offices, a rich variety of additional research materials were added to the District 2 Collection already housed at IUP. District #2 has had some influential and prominent union members in its history, many of which held district offices. John Brophy, who lived until 1963, went on to serve as a director of the C.I.O. and was part of the Industrial Union Department, A.F.L.-C.I.O. William B. Wilson, as previously noted, was appointed to a cabinet seat under Woodrow Wilson. Mary "Mother" Jones visited the District in 1921, lending her strong voice. The bitter conflict between John Brophy and John L. Lewis is played out in the correspondence of John Brophy during his presidency of District #2; as are the daily activities of District #2 organizers such as Domenick Gellotte, Stanley Hudzinski and David Irvine. The comprehensiveness of the collection of materials from District #2 has been deemed of significant importance to scholars seeking original material for research purposes. Dr. Maier B. Fox, Research Coordinator of the United Mine Workers of America, in researching his recently published book on the history of the Union, has commented on the completeness of the records of District #2 in comparison to other Districts. Fox cites the collection in the bibliography of his recent history of the United Mine Workers, United We Stand. Presidents of District #2, UMWA -1899 George Harris 1899-1900 William B. Wilson 1900-1902 Bernard "Barney" Rice 1902-1915 Patrick Gilday 1915-1916 James Purcell 1917-1927 John Brophy 1927-1952 James Mark 1952-1965 John Ghizzoni 1965-1969 Harvey Younker 1969-1972 Owen Slagle 1972-1973 Bruno Telk 1973-1977 Frank Kulish 1977-1981 Valerio Scarton 1981-1981 Frank Kulish 1981-1989 Paul Gormish 1989-1997 Nicholas Molnar 1997- Edward D. Yankovich, Jr.

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Scope and Content Notes

SERIES I. Early Records: These records constitute a part of the collection which had been stored in a manner which had obliterated any indications of original order. As a result, a chronological subject-related order has been imposed, based in part on other SERIES within the collection. The material within this Series are primarily original handwritten or typescript documents which in some instances were subsequently published. Items include: original drafts of convention minutes and reports, circulars and related correspondence, financial records including bank books, receipts, statements and auditors' reports, legal agreements, arbitration cases, complaints, property ownership, legislation, referenda and resolutions. Of major interest is a section of material relating to strikes in the district, especially the Somerset Strike of 1922. Material dates from 1890-1939. This Series is related to most of the remaining Series in the collection, especially SERIES II John Brophy Material, and SERIES XXII UMWA International and District #2 Publications. Boxes 1-15 Pages 1-13 SERIES II. John Brophy: This Series contains materials generated by and associated with the District #2 presidency of John Brophy. Ranging from 1917 to 1924, this Series is made up primarily of correspondence, many with related enclosures consisting of telegrams, news clippings, etc. Subjects covered include UMWA policies, district organizers, dispensations, the Johnstown Strike of 1919, the National Strike of 1919-1920, the Somerset Strike of 1922, injunctions relating to strike situations, the National Save the Miners' Union Campaign, court cases, etc. Organization is primarily chronological, although there is some subject-related organization within the chronological framework. SERIES III complements this series. Boxes 16-49 Pages 14-53 SERIES III. James Mark: This Series consists of materials associated with Mark's Presidency of District #2. It is broken down into two major divisions: Correspondence, 1918-1957, Boxes 50-76 and General Files, 1949, Boxes 77-79. The correspondence section is arranged chronologically and alphabetically, including enclosures consisting of telegrams, memos, newspaper clippings, circulars, brochures and pamphlets. Topics include grievances, UMWA policies, strikes, the National Save the Miners' Union Campaign, Old Age Amendments, Powers Hapgood Items, the Labor Party of Pennsylvania, the American Federation of Labor, the Committee for Democracy, Autonomy, district organizers, court cases, grants and dispensations, and the Welfare and Retirement Fund. The General Files are also arranged alphabetically in a chronological framework and deal with similar topics. Box 79a contains James Mark's desk file box in its original order. Box 79b contains material collected for a tool expenditures study carried out in 1943. This Series closely related to SERIES II. Boxes 50-79b Pages 54-102 SERIES IV. Presidents Since Mark: Papers associated with District #2 Presidents since James Mark, primarily papers generated by John Ghizzoni during 1950-1962. Ghizzoni's materials are divided into two sections: Correspondence and General Files, which are arranged chronologically and alphabetically. Ghizzoni's portion of this Series directly related to Collection 53: John Ghizzoni-Personal Items, accession number 90-2. The Series also contains correspondence and related material generated by Harvey Younker, 1958-1962; Owen F. Slagle, 1970-1971; Val Scarton, 1977-1979; and Frank Kulish, 1975-1977. Boxes 80-97 Pages 103-109 SERIES V. Machine Loaders and Machine Reports: This Series consists of organizers' questionnaires on loading machines, ca. 1938, loading checks reports, 1940-1942 and membership cards, 1930-? Original order has been preserved. Boxes 98-99 Page 110 SERIES VI. Executive Files: (General Individual Files), ca. 1935-1970. This Series contains files maintained by the presidents' office, including presidential correspondence, board members' papers, correspondence with the International Union and subject files. Major subject headings include: Applications for union positions, Audits, Autonomy, Compensation, Conventions, District Executive Board, Fines, Labors' Non-Partisan League, Legislation, Pennsylvania Industrial Union Council, Progressive Miners' Organization, Reports of Committees, Safety, State College, and Wage Scale. There are also files relating to local unions, coal companies and their affiliates. This Series is related to Series II, III, IV of the collection and is organized alphabetically. Boxes 100-123 Pages 111-132 SERIES VII. General Files: This Series contains subject files broken up into seven parts: International Representatives, 1952 Boxes 124-126 including material on production, health related information, the Indiana County Hospital and the National Labor Relations Board; Coal Company Files, 1952 Box 127; Field Representatives' Weekly Reports, 1953-1954 Boxes 128-129; General Subject Files, 1954-1961 Boxes 130-136 including such headings as Indiana Hospital Employees Hospital Committee, and the Pennsylvania Department of Mines; Organizing Reports from January 1966 to September 1969, Boxes 137-139; Desk Calendars, Box 140; Subject Files, 1914-1971 with a heavy emphasis on 1930-1970 including agreements, assessments, conventions, financial material, Indiana Hospital-Employees Hospital Committee, etc., Boxes 141-153. All files in this Series are alphabetically arranged. Box 153 contains items which , because of their size, were separated from the original order and placed at the end of the series. This Series is closely related to Series II, III, IV, VI. Boxes 124-153 Pages 133-154 SERIES VIII. Receipts and Expenditures: This Series contains receipts and expenditures pages/ledgers for 1941-1943 along with monthly National Reports. Box 163 contains the Secretary-Treasurer's Reports for District #2 for 1931-1933, 1941, 1943. Boxes 154-163 Pages 155-161 SERIES IX. Arbitration Cases, 1947-1971: The Series is broken down into separate sections, each interrelated to the other. Boxes 164-167 contain the working copies of District #2 encased in binders, including index pages for the arbitration cases which were heard by the commissioners, the arbitration board, and/or the umpires. Box 168 contains material relating to Somerset County commissioner's cases, 1948-1957. The rest of District #2's commissioner's cases, 1947-1969, are contained in Boxes 169-171. Cases which went on to the Arbitration Board from 1969-1970 are located in Box 172, with cases from 1971 being found in Box 173 along with letters and reports to John Kmetz. These cases are in chronological order. A group of complaints and arbitrated cases from 1947-1969 are located in Boxes 174-177. Arbitrated Decisions, 1922-1923, are in Box 178 with Umpire's Decisions, 1947-1969 making up Boxes 179-181. These umpire decisions are arranged alphabetically by coal company name. Boxes 164-181, 409-414, 420-425 Pages 162-181 SERIES X. Elections, 1939-1962: This Series includes nomination material, election returns, tally sheets, official reports, related correspondence, and circulars for elections occurring in 1939, 1940, 1942, 1944, 1952. Boxes 186-187 contain materials relating to Local Union Officers from January 1950-July 1962, arranged in alphabetical order. Reports of Suspension of Work,1944 are located in Box 188 and are alphabetically arranged either by coal company or by the name of the district board member in charge of that area. Weekly Reports of Officers and Employees from the 1970's are located in Box 189. Boxes 182-189 Pages 182-184 SERIES XI. Conventions, 1941-1965: This Series contains documents and related material for special conventions which occurred in 1941, 1943, 1945, 1946, 1949, 1953, 1957 and 1965. Most published convention material such as proceedings and reports are found in SERIES XXII of this collection. Boxes 190-194 Pages 185-187 SERIES XII. Worker's Compensation Cases: Cases are filed alphabetically by worker's name. Boxes 195-215, 399-408, 426 Pages: 188-224 SERIES XIII. Welfare and Retirement Fund, 1950-1962: Boxes 216-218 of this Series contain coal production reports and general correspondence for the Welfare and Retirement Fund for 1950-1951, arranged alphabetically by the name of each Coal Company. Box 219 contains cancellation lists from 1953-1955, 1957; a master list for 1951 and information concerning companies which owe royalty payments to the Welfare and Retirement Fund for 1953. Box 220 contains Health and Retirement Fund correspondence of William A. Blizzard of Fiscal Service and Val J. Mitch, Counsel to Trustees for 1951, each alphabetized separately. Box 221 contains material primarily concerning fiscal management, generated by Thomas F. Ryan, Jr., Comptroller of the Fund. These files are organized alphabetically by Coal Company. Box 222 contains materials generated by F. H. Arestad, MD, Administrator of the Area Medical Office for 1953-1954, 1957-1962, and generally of a medical nature. Also included in this box are files relating to Thomas F. Ryan, Jr. for 1957-1960 of a fiscal nature. Boxes 216-222, 418 Pages 225-226 SERIES XIV. Death Benefit Certificates, 1910-1928: This Series contains official death benefit certificates issued through local unions by District #2 for union members, their wives, and some mothers. These certificates were issued after the union member involved, was found to be in good standing with his local union. Also included with each certificate is a copy of either an official death certificate or a letter from the attending doctor or undertaker attesting to the fact of the death. This Series also includes Applications/Requests sent in by local unions for blank death benefit certificates. These letters frequently list the name of the union member or member's family who has died and are excellent companion pieces to the actual certificates. Both the certificates and the applications/requests have a written number on them, frequently in a crayon-like substance, assigned by District #2, which serves as a tool by which to record the pattern of disbursal. Also included in Box 231 are two files kept separate by District #2 from the rest, consisting of correspondence dealing with death claims and claims paid. The order of this Series is original and not strictly chronological, necessitating the use of the inventory as a guide to which boxes to be searched. Boxes 223-238 Pages 227-228 SERIES XV. Deleted Coal Company Files: This Series includes correspondence, contracts, related court cases and other materials between District #2 and certain coal companies and related industries, dating from approximately 1950-1985 depending upon each company. The Series is organized alphabetically by the name of the coal company or affiliate, however, variations of each name, or subsequent names under which the company was known, should be consulted. Boxes 239-261 Pages 229-230 SERIES XVI. District Reports on Receipts and Tax Refunds to Local Unions, 1941-1942: Alphabetical by community/name of local union. Boxes 262-265 Pages 231-235 SERIES XVII. Employee Status by Union Number in District #2, 1955-1961: This Series consists of 3 x 5 cards containing information on employees arranged by their local union designation. Boxes 266-282 Page 236 SERIES XVIII. Legal Documents: This Series includes legal documents dating from 1902-1981. Property related items such as mortgages, deeds and rentals, 1917-1940, are located in Box 283. Box 284 contains injunctions, surveys, and court proceedings for 1910-1954. Injunctions arranged alphabetically by county for 1950-1962 are in Boxes 285-287. Major court cases such as United States versus James M. Armstrong, et. al and C & K Coal Company, et. al. versus UMWA Civil Action/Class Action Suit, are organized with each major case separate from the other. These cases include typescripts, proceedings, dockets, depositions and other relevant material. Agreements and contracts from 1902-1981 are located in Boxes 294-295. Boxes 283-295 Pages 237-244 SERIES XIX. Mine Inspection Reports, 1947-1949: This Series is organized chronologically and contains final reports and preliminary reports from 1947-1949. Also included are reports and fatalities for 1966-1968, arranged by alphabetically by county. Boxes 296-300 Pages 245-247 SERIES XX. Minimum Pricing: This Series encompasses the years 1923-1936 and 1940. Boxes 301-303 Page 248 SERIES XXI. Hamler Coal Company and Superior Cherry Run Coal Company Personnel Records, 1940's and Employee Earnings, 1937-1950: This Series contains personnel records for Hamler Coal Company and Superior Cherry Run Coal Company in alphabetical form. Employee earnings for both companies date from 1937-1950 for Hamler and 1937-1952 for Superior Cherry Run Coal Company. Boxes 304-311 Page 249 SERIES XXII. UMWA International and District #2 Publications: This Series contains published material for District #2 UMWA, the UMWA International, government publications and miscellaneous publications. Boxes 312-319 contain Annual and Semi-Annual Reports for District #2 for 1901-1937. Scale Agreements from 1899-1945 and not dated items are located in Boxes 320-322. District #2 Salaries and Expenses of Officers and Organizers are in Boxes 323-326 and date from 1910-1927 although these dates are not inclusive. Convention proceedings for District #2 from 1900-1941 (not inclusive) are located in Boxes 327-329 with Convention proceedings from the National/International Union contained in Boxes 330-334 for 1901-1956 (not inclusive). These convention materials include proceedings, individual reports, daily minutes and other published items. Resolutions to the National UMWA Conventions are located in Box 335 and date from 1921-1973. Reports of the Committee on Credentials, 1934-1946 and Joint Reports of International Officers, 1910-1964 are found in Boxes 336 and 337 separately. Thomas Kennedy, International Secretary-Treasurer reports for 1926-1944 are in Box 338. Publications generated by other UMWA Districts are located in Boxes 339-342 and are organized by district number. These materials cover 1901-1944. By-laws and Constitutions for various local unions, districts, the international union, and non-UMWA organizations are found in Boxes 343-344. American Federation of Labor material is separate from this preceding section. Government documents and other materials from organizations like the United States Coal Commission, the Industrial Committee to the Senate, UMWA Policy Committee, the Department of Interior, Bureau of Mines, Department of Labor, the Industrial Commerce Commission and the National Coal Association are also included in this Series. Of some significance is the set of statements made by John L. Lewis to the UMWA Policy Commission and the U. S. Coal Commission between 1923-1959. Pennsylvania government documents include annual reports, copies of the Safety Sentinel published by the Department of Mines, and materials relating to Pennsylvania labor organizations including Labor's Non-Partisan League. Other forms of publications are also contained in this Series, including pamphlets, brochures, stickers, signs, UMWA official publications, newspapers and miscellaneous books relating to the mining industry in general and to District #2 and the UMWA in particular. This Series is strongly related to SERIES I. Boxes 312-368, 429-430 Pages 250-272 SERIES XXIII. Coal Company Card Files: This Series consists of card files of companies who signed agreements and subsequently went out of business during various contracts in the 1950's. They are arranged chronologically and include non-union companies as well. Boxes 369-374 Page 273 SERIES XXIV. Photographs and Negatives: These photographs all pertain to District #2 and the UMWA International Union. There is a mixture of originals and prints. Some of the photographs are accompanied by a matching negative, separately stored. The existence of such a negative is marked on the photograph's envelope. There is one half-tone included in the Series. There are also photographs in Series XVII which because of their size, were placed in the oversized map cases. Box 375 Page 274-275 SERIES XXV. Audio Tapes: These tapes are of the reel to reel variety. Speed settings, length and other pertinent information is contained in the detailed inventory. Most reels were unidentified at time of accessioning. Identification was made and labels attached. Subjects included on the tapes are proposed Project CATCH; Call for UMWA Support, ca. 1970; and a Series of interviews broadcasted from Washington, D.C. pertaining to Vietnam. Box 376 Page 276 SERIES XXVI. Phonograph Records: This Series contains phonograph recordings of proceedings of National First Aid and Mine Rescue Contests, 1951-1952 and the testimony of John L. Lewis before a congressional committee in January and February of 1952. There are also a selection of other UMWA related recordings, as well as musical selections. These recordings are accompanied by their original mailing containers, which supply postmarks for dating purposes. Page 277 SERIES XXVII. District #2 Oversized Items: This Series includes maps of District #2 and related areas, broadsides, documents, photographs, checkweighmen's sheets, printer's plates, etc. Cross references to these oversized items have been included where ever applicable within the detailed inventory. Some have been encapsulated for preservation purposes. The oversized items are located in the Map Case. Portions of this Series are related to each of the preceding Series in the collection. Pages 278-281 SERIES XXVIII NLRB: This series includes cases brought by District 2 against local coal companies, and presented to the National Labor Relations Board for processing. Other cases include those brought by coal companies and trucking firms against the UMWA. The materials describe the controversies involved as well as decisions of the Board. 1970-1995. Box 431-435 Pages 282-288 Correspondence This series includes office correspondence of District 2 officials and staff regarding wage scales, unemployment, safety committee reports, contract negotiations, conventions and other concerns relating to the mining industry. Inclusive dates are 1950-1995. Boxes 437-444 Pages 289-295 Work Stoppages This series includes detailed materials regarding work stoppages and absences in District 2, and also describes liability and settlement agreements. 1970-1995. Boxes 445-448 Pages 296-297 SERIES XXXI Sub-Series A. District and International Commission Cases 1956-1984 Box 449 Pages 298-300 B. Membership Cases 1949-1951 Boxes 454-451 Page 301 C. Commission Cases Box 452 Pages 302-304 D. Local Union Cases 1953- 1991 Box 453 Page 305 E. Civil Action Cases Boxes 454-455 Page 306 F. National Coal Mine Construction Agreement Box 456 Page 307 G. Construction Agreement 1969 Box 457 Page 308 H. Use American Coal Committee 1980-1982 Box 458 Page 309 I. National Bituminous Coal Wage Agreement 1981 Boxes 459-461 Pages 310-312 J. Reading Anthracite: Negotiations with Local 1686 Boxes 462 Page 313 K. National Bituminous CLA of 1998 Box 463 Page 314 SERIES XXXIII Black Lung Issues This series includes materials on Annual Black Lung Conferences, Research and Defense Fund, Black Lung Rallies and Marches, and related items. Also in this series is documentation of Nick Molnar's South African trip in 1994. Boxes 415-418; 464 Pages 315-321 Local Union 1259 vs. Barnes & Tucker: 1957-1986 Box 465 Page 322 This series includes a group of materials documenting the case of L.U. 1269 vs. Barnes & Tucker Mining Company, 1957-1986. Coal Haulers' Association Boxes 466-468 Pages 323-325 This material includes court cases and civil action suits involving various Local Unions and the National Coal Haulers' Association and are dated 1970-1995. Central Coal Producers' Association Box 469 Page 326 These materials consist of CPCPA newsletters and circulars. Labor Celebrations Boxes 470-472 Pages 327-328 These materials consist of correspondence related to planning and implementation of programs such as Mitchell Day, and annual Labor Celebrations .Materials relating to District 2 conferences, dating from 1985-1994 are also included. Local Unions Boxes 473-482 Pages 329-330 These materials are of particular interest due to their historic value and scarcity. They contain ledgers and reports , minute books, financial data, limited membership records, pension applications, audits, and checkweighmens' ledgers. They date from 1912-l973

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The Willis E. Pratt Papers are housed in two archival boxes.

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Restrictions

This collection is open for research.

Property rights reside with Indiana University of Pennsylvania, University Archives and Special Collections. Literary rights are retained by the creators of the records and their heirs. For permissions to reproduce or publish, please contact the coordinator of the University Archives and Special Collections.

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Controlled Access Terms

These records are indexed under the following terms in the Indiana University of Pennsylvania Library catalog. Researchers wishing to find related materials may wish to search under these terms.
Topics
Strikes and lockouts -- Miners.
Trade-unions -- Pennsylvania -- Coal miners -- Organizing.
Corporate Names
Hamler Coal Company.
Superior Cherry Run Coal Company.
Personal Names
Brophy, John.
Gelotte, Domenick.
Ghizzoni, John.
Lewis, John L.
Mark, James.

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Administrative Information

United Mine Workers of Amercia, District #2, 1927-1950, MG# 94, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, University Archives and Special Collections

This collection was processed by  Pam Pletcher and  other Special Collections Staff,     +1989-1991. (click here for word version of inventory.)  Papers rearranged and inventory rewritten by Special Collections Staff in Winter 2002.  Revision and rearrangement for the encoded version of the finding aid provided by Michelle Kramer on January 29, 2002.

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Series I: Early Records

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11n.d. Wehrum Explosion Victims and Families
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2n.d. Check off Notification, original draft
3n.d. Checkweighmen assignment forms
4 Official Ballot for 13th Annual Convention, District 2 1902
5 Original Constitution Orders, Donations, Per Capita Taxes and Strike Relief for Morris Run 1905
6 Constitutional Amendments 1906
7 Constitution and By-laws 1907-1908
8 Constitution, Altoona, Pa. 1909
9 Minutes of District Convention-see Box 144, File 25 and Box 146, File 50 1886
10 Credentials from Altoona, Pa. 1909
11 Delegates to Special Convention 1909
12 Convention Proposition: Cincinnati 1910
13 Nomination Certificate for District #2 Election from Local #582 of Sandy Run, PA 1914
14 Convention Material 1915
15 Report of the Credential Committee-DuBois 1916
16 DuBois Convention-Constitution Committee 1918
17 Convention held at Indiana, PA by Territories 5 and 6 of District 2 in consideration of B. R. and P. Coal Co. offer Minutes of Special Convention of Territory 6, District 2 held in Indiana, PA, November 7th Minutes of Special Convention of Territory 6, District 2 held at Indiana, PA, January 6th Minutes of Council of Action Convention held at Frohsinn Theater, Altoona, PA, February 22nd Local Union No. 2428 located at Lucerne Mines, Indiana County, PA-set of rules adopted by local n.d. Official Report of the International Tellers UMWA n.d. Extracts from the Board Meeting Minutes 19201920192119211919
18Tally Sheet for UMWA District 2 Election, 14 December -see Oversized Section 1926
19 Convention Call of Labor Party of Cambria County 1929
20n.d. Credentials
21n.d. Delegates to Special Convention
22n.d. Roll Call
23n.d. Election Tallies
24Criticism against Centralization answered
25 District Executive Board Meeting, Clearfield, Pa. May 1st 1906
26 Sub-district Meetings 1909
27 Minutes of Greensburg Joint Board Meeting 1910
28 Meeting of Local #2484 1911
29 Minutes of Board Meeting 1929
30n.d. Extract from Minutes of Executive Board
31 Local Union List 1908
32n.d. Names and Addresses of Local Unions
33n.d. Local Union Standing, Sub-District #3
34 Mines unionized in District #2 1928
35 Operators Association Names 1903
36 List of Coal Operators represented in Joint Conference 1903
37 Bituminous Coal Operators Association List 1913
38 Membership List of the Association of Bituminous Coal Operators of Central Pennsylvania, March 19th 1923
39 Companies Resigned from Operators Association 1925
40n.d. Operators Association List of Members
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21 Newspaper Clipping, January 1912
2 Editorial 1918
3 Article on Deputy Sheriff shooting Miner 1927
4n.d. Drawing from a newspaper, "Always Remember: 'One and Indissoluble'"
5n.d. Pamphlet on Mules
6n.d. Pamphlet on Public Ownership
7n.d. Various items on Coal Mining
8 Report of Sub-district #3 of District #2 1901
9 Burn's Report Sub-District #5 1906-1907
10 Brief on Workmen's Compensation Law, District #2 1916
11 Report from Indiana 1918
12 Reports on Investigating Committee and Presentation of Bakerstown Case by Marsden to Board 1907
13 Reports of Investigations 1927
14n.d. Thomas McMillan's Report on Prices and Conditions in Somerset County field
15 Miller Shaft, Portage. Richard Gilbert, Sec'y 1910
16n.d. Monthly Report Local #1995 Sub-District #4
17 Policy Committe Report 1917
18 Annual Report, Richard Gilbert 1903
19 Annual Report, Richard Gilbert 1908
20 Annual Report, Richard Gilbert 1929
21 Annual Report, Richard Gilbert 1930
22 Semi-Annual Report, Richard Gilbert 1931
23 Semi-Annual Report, Richard Gilbert 1932
24Quarterly Report of W. B. Wilson 1901
25n.d. Rules and Regulations
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31 Proceedings of Convention of Operators and Miners of Central Pennsylvania 1906
2 Joint Conference of Scale Committee Operator's Association and District #2 1910
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41 Joint Conference of Scale Committee Operators' Association and District #2 1912
2 Joint Scale Conference of Miners and Operators of Central Pennsylvania 1916
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51 March 23rd 1899
2 August 6th 1899
3 Convention Call, Blossburg, Tioga County, PA, May 22nd to be held at Clearfield 1899
4 August 6th and June 4th, Scale Agreements 1899-1900
5"To the Miners and Mine Laborers of Northern and Central Pennsylvania..." Circular from District #16 UMWA, Lonaconing MD, August 25, in conjunction with District #2. (see Oversized Section-Drawer 2) 1900
6 Scale agreed to from April 1, 1900 to March 31, 1901 1900-1901
7 Call for Circular for Eight-Hour Day Movement 1902
8 April 1st, Per Capita Tax 1903
9 August 25th, Per Capita Tax 1903
10 August 25th, Eight Hour Day in English and a Slavic language 1903
11 May 24th, Sub-District #1 1904
12 May 26th 1904
13 April 28th, Scale Agreement 1906
14 May 10th 1906
15 February 2nd, Petitioning Members of the Legislature 1907
16 May 1907
17 June, Coalport, Pennsylvania 1908
18 John L. Lewis, Clearfield Convention 1908
19 November 12th Scale Agreement 1908
20 November 24th Scale Agreement 1908
21 April, Changes in Constitution 1909
22 August 6th, Call for Special Convention 1909
23 August 14th, Suspension of Work at Pittsburgh Mines, District #5 1909
24 August 24th, T. L. Lewis in Decision on Interpretation of District Constitution 1909
25 September 20th, District Executive Board-75 cent assessment 1909
26 December 3rd, T. L. Lewis 1909
27 March, Interstate Joint Convention 1910
28 June 21st, Lewis Circular-assessment 1910
29 August 25th, $1.00/week assessment 1910
30 September 20th, C. W. Mills 1910
31 September 22nd, T. L. Lewis-assessment 1910
32 November 29th 1910
33 December, Pittsburgh Election 1910
34 October 26th, from District Office 1912
35 November 9th, Reply to Request by Labor Union applying for Special Convention 1912
36 November 25th, Election of District Officers 1912
37 January 13th, Presenting acts of Legislative Measures 1913
38 March 27th, Notify men to continue at work pending scale negotiations 1916
39September 16th, Frank Farrington-Wage Increase 1918
40 October 19th, William Green-Scale Agreement 1918
41 October 15th, John L. Lewis 1919
42 December 11th, Strike 1919
43 December 22nd, William Green-Convention 1919
44 Colonial Coal Company "Notice" 1919
45 April 2nd, William Green 1920
46 Conference between policy Committee and Operators' Assn. 1920
47 June 21st 1921
48 December 27th, Frank Farrington 1921
49 Injunction Question against Unionization and Check-offs 1921
50 January 1st, Federation of Labor 1922
51 February 8th, Frank Farrington 1922
52 February 23rd, Walter Nesbit-elections 1922
53 March 20th, John L. Lewis 1922
54 Assessment for strike support, District #2, January 31st 1923
55 March 22nd, Testimony of Attorney J. J. Kintner before Interstate Commerce Commission 1923
56 June 20th, John L. Lewis-Dual Organizations 1923
57 September 8th, John Ghizzoni, Homer City, Pa. 1923
58 March 26th, Jacksonville Agreement (see also Box 13) 1924
59 September 4th, William Green 1924
60 January 21st, John L. Lewis 1925
61 Clearfield Bituminous Coal Corporation-Information for Former and Prospective Employees, Indiana, PA, August 22. 1927
62 October 20th, District #1 Scale 1928
63 "Notice" of Terms of Employment 1927-1929
64 UMWA District #6 Official Notice #1, January 29th 1929
65Circular stating part of Labor provisions of the National Industrial Recovery Act, dated June 15, 1933
66 Statement of Conditions in District #2, October 15th 1930
67 February 1st 1939
68 n.d. Notice
69n.d. Checkweighmen to obtain data
70n.d. Centralization
71 n.d. Distribution of Constitutions
72n.d. Denying Statement made by Operators-RE Concessions
73n.d. Denying Statement that stoppage of check-off...strike
74n.d. Knights of Labor circulars
75n.d. Western District Chicago Yardmen's Assn. to UMWA
76n.d. Information Service Circular-Research Dept., Commission on the Church and Social Service Federal Council of Churches
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61Misc. Correspondence 1901, 1907, 1913, 1916, 1918-1926, 1929, n.d. (3)
2 Beaver Run Coal Co. Letter of Complaint 1902
3 Board Meeting 1904
4 Distributing Committees, Cataract, Pa. 1904
5 Checkweighman's Fund, Companies collecting percentage 1906
6 Hudson Mine Controversy 1908
7 Lilly Signal-Car Pushing 1908
8 Baxter Letter-Relief for Beaverdale 1908
9 Nanty Glo-checkweighmen 1908
10 Haggerty-loans 1908
11 Supply Guards to Perators 1908
12 Excessive charge on taking referendum vote 1908
13 Protest from Spangler Local 1908
14 Ehrenfeld Locals 1909
15 Letters from Insurgent L. U.'s obtaining seats at convention 1910
16 Patton-Local Union withdrawal 1910
17 Patrick Gilday from Hastings 1910
18 Richard Gilbert from Bell and Hartswich concerning case of J. T. Harrison of Weedville 1910
19 Beaverdale and DuBois protest 1912
20 Scale Committee members-machine loading net ton 1912
21 Record of Vance C. McCormick, candidate for Democratic nomination for governor-Sonman Shaft Accident 1914
22 Honorable Eugene C. Bonniwell, Clearfield, Pa. 1914
23 From Operators Association threatening suit for violating 1914 Scale Agreement 1915
24 Colver-Organization of Miners in area c.1915
25 May 18th, Resignation of Charles O'Neill 1918
26 Circular Controversy 1918
27Four letters from F. E. Waite and William Green 1918-1922
28 Illness of Frank J. Hays and conduct at Convention 29 1921-1922 Memos 1918-1919
29 Various Letters 1923-1925
30 Candidacy announced 1920, 1926
31 Scale Committee 1927
32 Peter Mallen 1929
33 Domenick Gelotte and John L. Lewis 1909, 1933
34 American Cyanamid Corporation and C. I. O. 1939
35 National Agrmt. and District #2 1941
36n.d. Harry W. Truitt
37Undated material concerning Local Unions in Helvetia, Nanty-Glo and Cresson
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71 Manifest of Bituminous Coal-Urey Ridge Coal Company 1901, 1907
2 Bank Books 1902
3 Semi-Annual Audits 1902
4 Audit UMWA 1902
5 Telephone: Huntingdon and Clearfield Contract 1903
6 Pennsylvania Telephone Company contract 1903
7 Letters accompanying money 1904
8 Letters accompanying money, September (2 files) 1905
9 Letters accompanying money, October 1905
10 Letters accompanying money 1905
11 Pottersdale, Pa. 1905
12 Auditor's Report 1905
13 Letters accompanying money, March-April (2 files) 1906
14 Letters accompanying money, July-August (2 files) 1906
15 Shawmut Division Prices 1906
16 Contract: Granite Monument, Indiana, Pennsylvania for monument in Creekside, PA 1907
17 Auditor's Report 1907
18 Transfer Cards Deposited 1907
19 Dudley, Pa. 1907
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81 1908 Bids on Printing
2 Wage Statements: Individual Cards of District Workers 1907-1908
3 Treasury Bill for Hotel 1908
4 Commission Organizers 1908
5 Transportation bills 1908
6 Helvetia: Receipts and expenditures 1908
7 Statement and tax cards for Local #616, Hastings 1908
8 Statement and tax cards for Local #2305, Boardman 1908
9 Statement and tax cards for Local #2484, Eriten 1908
10 Statement and tax cards for Local #164, Cresson 1908
11 Statement and tax cards for Local #1493, Gallitzen 1908
12 Appeal of Executive Board by Sec'y Gilbert on Tax Question 1908
13 Audits: various locals 1909
14 Audit Report, 20th Annual UMWA Convention 1909
15 Audits-Lloydell, Pa. 1909
16 Letters to delinquent locals 1909
17 National tax receipts 1909
18 Itemized Statement, Elmora, Pa. 1909
19 Statement, Beaverdale 1909
20 July to January Monthly Statements 1909-1910
21 Telephone Service Contract 1910
22 Transportation bills (original), delegates to Special Convention 1910
23 Notice of Wage Rate 1919
24 Scale material 1919-1922
25 Wage Tabulation 1921
26 Wage Rate Material 1920, 1924
27 Cost of Living Statistics 1921-1922
28 Territory #8 Vouchers for Merchant's Bills and Relief for Monterey Coal Company 1921
29 Hollsopple, Pa. 1922
30 Account with UMWA 1922
31 Receipts 1920-1922
32 Bill of Sale 1923
33 Aspects of Unemployment Insurance 1924
34 Companies who are not now members of Operators' Assn. 1924
35 General Files 1925
36 Jefferson and Indiana Coal Company-Charles Posternook Earnings/Deductions and Membership card of Russel Henry of Cramer, PA 1926
37 Financial Accounts, bills presented in October 1927
38 Report of Traveling Auditor 1927
39 Money received from International Union 1927-1929
40 Receipts for February-April 1929
41 District #2 Coal Companies in Arrears 1947-1948
42n.d. Mayor Hylan and Board of Estimate-mayor's committee
43n.d. Statements of expenditures
44Death Compensation Agreements
45Death Fund Record
46Stineman Employee Relief Association
47Tax Statements
48Notes, National Audit
49Rolls
50Transportation, original list to National Convention
51Onondago: Per Capita Tax
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91 Arnot Agreement and Letter 1900-1901
2 Arnot Letters stating complaints 1901
3 Grass Flat Agreement 1901
4 Clearfield Opera House Company Agreement 1903
5 CBC Agreement 1905
6 Scale Agreement Case 1906
7 Moshannon and Snowshoe Union Agreement 1910
8 District #18 Agreement 1915
9 Violation of Scale Agreement by Peale, Peacock and Kerr Coal Company of Winburne, PA 1919
10n.d. Agreements unsigned and undated
11 Arbitration 1903
12 Arbitration Victoria Coal Company 1903
13 Arbitration decision, Beech Creek C and C Company 1906
14 Arbitration Original Rules 1906
15 Resignation of William McPherson from Arbitration Board 1906
16 Arbitration [7 files] 1906
17 Arbitration 1906-1907
18 Arbitration Cases 1907
19 Letter criticizing Arbitration Board 1908
20 Arbitration Board minutes, South Fork, Pa. 1908
21 Arbitration Cases 1908
22 Arbitration Case-August 31st [2 files] 1909
23 Arbitration Cases 1909
24 Arbitration Decisions 1909-1910
25 Arbitration Cases 1910
26 Arbitration Cases 1911
27 Arbitration Cases 1912
28 Arbitration Decisions, Richard Cargo 1912
29 Arbitration Cases 1913
30 David Baxter vs. Sonman Shaft Coal Co. 1914
31 J. J. Feely vs. Portage Coal Mining Co. 1914
32 Arbitration Cases 1915
33 Arbitration Cases 1916
34 Arbitration Cases 1918
35 Arbitration Cases 1919
36 Arbitration Cases 1920
37 Arbitration Cases 1923
38 Arbitration Cases 1925
39 Arbitration Cases 1926
40 Arbitration Cases 1927
41 Arbitration Cases 1930
42n.d. Arbitration Cases
43n.d. Umpire Decision
44n.d. Unknown Commission Case-Exhibits #10 and #11 mentioned (pages 7 and 8 only-unidentified in any way) mentions various communities
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101 Complaints and Decisions of F. D. Thomas 1900
2 List of men who brought suit against B and C and C Company at Peale 1902
3 Lawsuit involving Morris Run Coal Company vs. Polish Roman Catholic Congregation 1905
4 Umpire's Decision 1906
5 Irvona C and C Company Case 1906
6 Investigating Committee Report 1907
7 Affidavit 1909
8 Complaint-Clearfield 1909
9 Thomas McClement-denial of making statement 1909
10 Evidence on BR and P Official-graft charge 1909-1910
11 Decision-W. S. Davidson, complaintant vs. Glenwood Coal Co., respondent 1910
12 Complaint of Harry Crago 1910
13 Complaint of V. S. Davidson 1910
14 Report of Committee on Davidson Case, Clymer, Pa. 1910
15 Original Decisions and Complaints of Robert Baxter 1910-1911
16 DecisionRobert Baxter vs. Irvona Coal and Coke Company 1911
17 Testimony given on case at Mine #3 Conifer, Pa 1911
18 Complaint of Hugh McGinty 1911
19 Frank E. Waite vs. Shawmut Mining Co.-Sonman Shaft 1911
20 Cases submitted by Robert Baxter 1910-1912
21 Cases submitted by R. Crage 1910-1912
22Complaints and Decisions from Territory #2 1912
23 Complaints and Decisions from Territory #3 Congregation 1912-1914
24 Complaints and Decisions from Territory #4 1912
25 Complaints and Decisions from Territory #5 1912-1914
26Complaints and Decisions from Territory # 6 1912-1914
27 Complaints and Decisions from Territory #8 1912-1914
28Complaint, Sonman, Pa.- Shoemaker Coal Mining Company 1912
29 Complaint, DuBois, Pa. 1912
30 Complaint, Tyler, Pa. 1912
31 Puddy Walters vs. B and S Coal Co. 1913
32Sonman Shaft Case 1914
33 Official Report of Disputes and Grievances-Commissioners, (June-July) 1915
34 Freely vs. Miller Shaft Coal Co., Dunlo, Pa. 1915
35 William Walsh vs. Springfield Coal Co., Nanty Glo, Pa 1915
36 James Mark vs. Northwestern Mg. Ex. Co. Rep. 1915
37 Committee from Glen Ritchey appearing before Dsitrict Executive 1915
38 Official Report of Disputes and Grievances 1915
39 Decision 1916
40 Litzinger Brothers vs. Charles Hancuff et. al. 1917
41 Cases heard at Beaverdale 1918
42 Decisions of Baxter 1919
43 Violation of Scale Agreement, DuBois, Pa. 1920
44 Harry Carnahan and William Pennington vs. Springfield Coal Mining Company 1921
45 William Keller vs. Cascade Coal and Coke Co., DuBois, Pa. 1922
46June 15th, Cascade Coal and Coke Company, Sykesville, Dispute and Decision: Andy Motto and Brunett Webber 1923
47 Complaint-Wages for Day Laborers 1924
48 Findings of Committee appointed to investigate Protest of the election of H. J. Romese 1925
49Pittsburgh Gas Coal Company-Closing of Whiskey Run (last mine in operation) April 14, 1925
50 Pa. Coal and Coke Co. vs. Fred Thomas et. al. 1927
51 Deputy Sheriffs-abuse of power and legal action taken by union 1927
52 Manufactured Gas vs. Natural Gas 1939
53 Faber V. McCluskey vs. Membership of District #2 1940
54 Koppers Coal Company-Sonman, PA complaint about firebosses doing miner's work 1941
55n.d. Commonwealth vs. Cena Raul-Petition
56n.d. Morris Run Coal Company-Notice to Employees Occupying Company Houses
57n.d. Brutalities by Private Kennedy and Corporal Davis, State Constabularies-affidavit, Logan Coal Company
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111 Deed-Gipsy Local #7778 1902
2 Deed-Local #3569 Aultman, Pa. 1916
3n.d. Lease-Morris Run: Sample House
4n.d. Corresp. concerning deeds in Nanty-glo, Beaverdale and Winburne
5 Lease-Somerset County 1923
6Notice to Employees of Sagamore Mines, April 4, from Buffalo and Susquehanna Coal and Coke Co. of Closure of Mines including DuBois Shaft 1925
7 Indentures 1904-1920
8 An Act 1907
9n.d. An Act
10 Opinion on House Bill #1320 1915
11 Legislation: Compensation Act submitted by Special Board 1912
12 Legislation: Replies of Candidates Received too late to be used in Report 1912
13 Legislation: original answers of Legisl. Candidates in the elections to the various questions submitted by the Executive Board of District #2 1912
14 Legislation: International Conference of Federation of Labor 1912
15 Proposed legislation-mine foremen 1915
16 Liability Act: Surplus for distribution 1907
17 Liability Bill 1907
18 Liability Case: Gleason's Statement on Sonman Case 1909
19 Liability Law 1915
20Solicitations for Anthracite Miners
21 Password 1908
221910 Password 1916
23 Password 1910
24 Password 1914
25 Password 1929
26 n.d. Independent Party Platform of Principles-Legislature of PA from Clearfield County including Richard Gilbert
27 Political Material 1902
28 Minutes of Independent Labor Party, Clearfield, Pa. 1906
29 Minutes of State Federation of Labor, Harrisburg Session 1909
30 Ballot: Original Re-election Sub-districts 1 and 3 1908
31 Nominations for District Officers for term beginning for Territory #3 1912-1913
32 Nominations of Organizers, Slavic, Hungarian and Polish 1912
33 Political Party-Washington Party 1913
34 Legislative Labor Record of Candidates for Governor of PA 1926
35 Dunlo, PA Inquiry into local election validity 1928
36n.d. Ballots for resignation of officers, Sub-district #1
37n.d. Donation to delegates from District #2
38n.d. Farmers, Miners, and Wage Earners, Candidates for legislature
39n.d. Occupations: Members, House of Representatives
40n.d. Monthly report
41n.d. Rules of the Carnegie Hero Fund
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121 Referendum Vote on Adoption of Two Year Agreement 1903
2 Amendment to Mining Laws, Osceola Mills 1908
3 Referendum Vote: Adoption of Two Year Agreement [2 files] 1908
4 Referendum Vote: Local Unions adoption of Amendment to Constitution [2 files] 1910
5n.d. Referendum Vote
6n.d. Referendum Vote: accepting Scale for Sub-district #1
7 Resolutions adopted at District 2 Convention, Tyrone, March 23rd. 1899
8 Resolutions adopted at District 2 Convention, Clearfield April 27-29th. 1899
9 Resolutions 1902
10 Resolutions: original 16th Annual Convention [2 files] 1905
11 Resolutions: DuBois Convention 1908
12 Resolution 1908
13 Resolutions: original presented at District #2 Convention, Altoona, Pa. 1909
14 Resolutions adopted at Special Convention 1917
15 Resolution proposed by Local #1995 Broad Top Field 1918
16 Resolutions sent to Resolutions Committee from various Locals 1918
17 Resolution passed by District #10 for Internat'l Convention 1919
18 Resolutions 1920-1925
19 Resolution 1924
20 Resolutions: Proposed constitutional amendments 1927
21 Resolution adopted by International Executive Board 1928
22 Convention Resolutions 1935
23n.d. Resolutions [2 files]
24n.d. Resolution calling for Impeachment of Officers
25n.d. Rules and resolutions submitted by Operators' Association
26n.d. Revision of Mining Laws
27n.d. Various Resolutions [ca. ] 1918-1925
28n.d. Copy of recommendations from Scale Committee
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131 Audit-Strike at Morris Run 1905
2 Strike Relief 1906
3 Strike Relief: Sub-district #6 1906
4 Strike Relief: Sub-district #7 1906
5 Strike Relief: Sub-district #8 1906
6 Strike Relief: Sub-district #9 1906
7 Receipts from Vintondale Strike 1909
8 Robertsdale, Order to resume work or face revokation of charter 1918
9 Strike Material for strike at Fallen Timber and Van Ormer 1919
10 Broad Top Strike Material, corresp., telegrams, etc. 1917-1918
11 Broad Top Strike Material, corresp., telegrams, etc. 1919
12 Broad Top Strike Material, corresp., telegrams, etc. 1920
13 Broad Top Strike Material, corresp., telegrams, etc. 1920
14 Broad Top Strike Material, corresp 1921-1922
15 East Broad Top Agreements ** "Help the Evicted Miners Now," Somerset Strike of ca. 1922-See Oversized Section ** "The Case of the Somerset Miners," 1922-See Oversized Section ** "The Coal Crisis," from Coal Age, Bulletin no. 1, 1922-See Oversized Section 1917
16 Buffalo and Susquehanna Coal and Coke Company and Local #2722 Agrmt. no stoppages 1920
17Eviction Notice for Stoneycreek Twp., Cambria County near Tunnel Mine on Christ E. Blough Property by Tunnel Smokeless Coal Company, April 25, 1922
18Eviction Notice from Arrow Coal Mining Company of Arrow, PA, April 21, 1922
19 Strike Telegram 1923
20 Mother Jones Material concerning her planned trip to District #2 (encapsulated) 1921
21Wage Agrmt. of 1920 effective through March 31, 1922
22Scale Agrmt, original for 1923
23Supplementary Agrmt., March 1922 extended to April 1, 1923
24 Somerset Strike Material 1922
25 Jacksonville Wage Agrmt., subsequent alterations and difficulties including strikes 1924-1927
26 Reports on strikes from Joseph Foster, Organizer 1923
27 Strike Corresp. to Brophy from Guyer in Cresson, PA 1923
28 Strike Relief and related material, various local unions 1923
29 Wage reductions, corresp. and press release related to strikes and difficulties 1924
30 Strike material-legal position of District #2 RE: nullification of Agrmts. 1925
31 Appeal to PA Governor John S. Fisher concerning strike 1928
32 Strike District #2 UMWA 1927
33 Account of William Walsh-money for strike 1927-1928
34 Relief Fund corresp., Dunlo and Nanty-Glo, PA 1929
35 Packinghouse Workers Organizing Committee, Strike 1939
36"Strike Call", John Brophy, President, n.d.
37"Notice to Miners"-call for strike in Tyrconnell Mines, Tyrconnell, West Virginia, n.d.
38n.d. List of men on strike at Coaldale for two weeks
39n.d. Strike Material
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141 Convention Report of Richard Gilbert 1903
2 Convention Material 1903
3n.d. Convention Material
4 Teller's Report 1926, 1928
5 Production of Coal 1916
6 Report of the Compensation Department District #2 1926
7 Resume of Work and Expenses, Compensation Department 1926
8n.d. Questionaire on Company Doctors
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151 Typescript of Minutes of 23rd Convention of District #2 1912

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Series II: John Brophy

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1611 A,B Wage Agreement with Operators' Assoc. of Central PA. Dispensation Requests Norman Boden (Organizer); brother changing checks Grievances Organizing Coke men at Soldier Run Sends George Boytim to Johnstown Brother seeking Work Report on Blacklick miners seeking union Enclosures: Telegrams -- 84 Negroes shipped to Hooversville; Wage agreements signed Circulars: RE Unauthorized Strikes Minutes: Board Meeting November 7, 1917
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2Brophy Testimonial in Washington, D.C. (August 24, , newsclipping) 1961
3C Conference with operators in Washington, D.C. Check-Off Queries: Initiation Fees Shawmut C.C.: RE Check off and difficulty of securing labor Request for assistance from candidate for Central Labor Union BM Clark, RE Company guards following organizers BM Clark, RE UMWA Agreement with contract
4D Discharges of Union Members at Stauffer Coal Co. Investigation by P.H. Egan John Ghizzoni, Conditions at Reed local Lineaweaver Coal Co., Miners Refuse to Work Sample Run Strike, strike due to lack of coal cars Madeira, Hill and Co.
5 E,F Queries: Grievances JB Sends organizer Gaffney to unorganized R and PC and I mines JB Sends John Soltis, Max Laskoski, and Stanley Hudzinski to help Gaffney Pat Egan organizing progress, Meyersdale region Check-off House coal price disputes Robert Foster (Birmingham, AL) labor situation Foster to JB: Meeting with David Irvine in Johnstown JB to Foster (Seattle, WA): Update; Nanty-Glo injunction dissolved; new union locals at Johnstown
6G JB to H.A. Garfield (Fuel Administrator) JB to William Green (UMWA Intl. Treas.) Robert Gaffney to JB; Organizing efforts at Indiana, PA John Ghizzoni (Wishaw) to JB; BM Clark's interference with organizing attempts; situation in Indiana County organizing efforts; list of names to check to see if "bogus" (Company paying check-off) JB to Dominick Gelotte; DG in Indiana, PA, sent to Fulton Run Enclosure: Circular RE special convention RE CPCPA's bonus grant
7H, I, J JB to Frank Hayes (International Vice President): Abolition of car-dropping at Six Mile Run Achieved House Coal Prices dispute at Cassandra and Lilly Discipline of striking miners Frank Hayes threatens to revoke charters Dominick Gellotte requested as Italian Speaker, Labor Day, Six Mile Run JB to Frank Hayes; JB requesting organizers JB to Arthur Jones (Six Mile Run), Somerset County; lack of organization JB to David Irvine; Report on Sample Run strike possible strike relief Enclosures: Telegrams, meeting arrangements; assignments of organizers
8K,L Strike in Anthracite field Requests for dispensations Complaint concerning organizer Martin Wallace JB on UMWA House coal prices Requests for Labor Day speakers Queries: UMWA policies Refusal of Houtzdale miners to return to work Requests for Organizers
9M Queries: UMWA Constitution Requests for dispensation Enclosures: Abstract of address by James H. Maurer; Telegrams
10Miller Slope-Organization Request and description of work
11N, O Sample Run strike Queries: UMWA policy Requests for Speakers Enclosures: Weekly report, Sam Nunamaker
12P, Q, R James Purcell: JB organizing Colver Moxham Coal Co.: F.S. Peabody accusing JB of intimidating miners to unionize Car pushing Queries: UMWA policies Requests for dispensation Madeira Coal Co.: F.S. Peabody RE "excessive pay rates"
13S Queries: Check-off Requests for speakers Requests for dispensation Queries: UMWA policies Special assessment for Somerset County strikers JB to Creekside local asking reasons for their criticism of Clymer strike policy Enclosure: Telegram requesting JB to go to Brothers Valley
14T, U, V Queries: Dispensation Requests for Speakers Madeira Hill C.C. workers' suspension withdrawn
15 John P. White JB to John P. White (JPW) requesting additional organizers; report on other organizers JB to JPW; RE need for organization at BR and P mines Requests for dispensation Locals suspended for striking in violation of Agreement Enclosures: Telegrams
16 W. B. Wilson, Sec'y, U.S. DOL W.B. Wilson (Philipsburg, PA), Dept. of Labor
17W, X, Y, Z Threatened wage resolution by Johnstown Coal Co.'s Queries: UMWA Policies Car pushing: #4 shaft mine at Barnesboro (Madiera Hill Coal Co.)
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171 A Strike at Consolidated Mine Grievances Suit against UMWA Members by coal company
2B Grievances Organizers' Report; Norman Boden Enclosures: Telegrams
3C Requests for Dispensations Queries: UMWA policy JB to BM Clark re: Harassment of organizers Grievances
4Central PA Coal Producers' Assn. in conjunction with PA Committee on Public Safety, June 1918
5D,E Scale agreements New local at Aultman
6F,G Queries: UMWA policies Grievances Strike at Beaverdale Requests for Dispensation Enclosures: Telegrams
7Federal Public Health Service-PA Dept. of Health, influenza cases, November 1918
8Dominick Gelotte Resignation as organizer; election as delegate Molestation by "thugs" at Iselin
9H Grievances Organization Queries: UMWA Policy Enclosures: Telegrams
10 I,J Queries: UMWA Policies Grievances
11K Grievances Queries: UMWA policies
12L Organizer's report; Max Laskoski Grievances Queries: UMWA Policies/ Enclosures: Telegrams
13M Requests for dispensation Grievances: James Mark to JB Queries: UMWA Policies Enclosures: Telegrams
14N, O, P Queries: UMWA Policies Grievances Routine business matters Enclosures: Telegram
15Q, R, S Grievances Organizer's Report: Joe Slifko Requests for dispensations Enclosures: Petition against Berwind-White; telegrams
16Railroad Labor Organization, Railroad Mens' Political Alliance, Steam Railroad Companies corresp., 1918-1921
17W Grievances Queries: UMWA Policy Requests for dispensation Enclosures: telegrams
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181A Request for Organizer Pay Rates
2B Grievances Queries: UMWA By-laws; meeting arrangements; organization activities Enclosures: Telegrams
3C Wage rates: statistics enclosed; increased check-off Wage scale agreements Grievances
4D Queries: UMWA By-laws Organizing activities Grievances
5E JB to Patrick Egan: Organizing efforts; weekly time sheets
6F Local elections Queries: UMWA By-laws Meeting arrangements Requests for speakers Special meeting in Indiana, PA Scale agreement House coal question
7G JB to Dominick Gelotte (District Organizer) re Grievances JB to John Ghizzoni (traveling auditor) JB to H.A. Garfield (US Fuel Administrator)
8H, I JB to Frank J. Hayes (International President) Queries: UMWA By-laws; employment situation; meeting arrangements
9J, K JB to J.J. Kintner, pro-labor candidate Labor Day Celebrations Grievances Enclosures: Circular
10L JB to John L. Lewis request for David Irvine (organizer) to come to PA Grievances Queries: Compensation
11M JB to James H. Maurer (PA Federation of Labor) JB to Phillip Murray (President, District #5) Grievances Meeting Arrangements JB to Dr. F.F. Moore RE co. doctor shortage Wage rates Successful membership drive
12N, O JB to Charles O'Neill (Sec'y, Central PA Coal Producers' Assoc.)
13P JB to Rembrandt Peale (Fuel Administration) JB to Warren Pippin (Fuel Administration)
14Q, R JB to C.F. Quinn (PA Federation of Labor) Draft of Platform: Permanent Joint Committee
15S JB to U. Ed. Swartzentruver, RE: importation of Mexicans Scale agreements Compensation Enclosures: Telegrams; Chambersville Strike; DOL Circular
16 T JB to John T. Tatters (Secy, LU 2722) Grievances
17W JB to John P. White (U.S. Fuel Administration) Foreign-speaking organizers Grievances Queries: Compensation
18John P. White JB to JPW RE Bonus Plan
19Circular letters
20Meeting Minutes UMWA District Board March 19, 1918
21Overtime Overtime and Sunday work
22Original Arrangement Various Subjects: JB's original order
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191October 11, Thomas Bender: Campaign for District Attorney 1919
2December 20, 1918 to April 21, 1919 BM Clark (President, R and P, C and I Co.); scale agreements
3November 8, 1918 to January 13, 1919 Cambria County War Fund: W.R. Lunk, Campaign Secretary Fundraising
4December 3, A.F. of L.; James Maurer, president -- meeting arrangements; bills in Legislature 1919
5September 23, James Maurer: Passport revoked 1919
6December 20, 1918 to September 8, 1919 James Maurer: PA Federation of Labor President
7July to August JB and Senator John S. Miller 1919
8January 22, 1919 to June 7, 1919 U.S. Fuel Administration
9February 18, 1919 to December 13, 1919 JB to Gifford Pinchot, RE House bills Enclosures: Telegrams, Programs
10January 3, 1919 to April 17, 1919 Weights and measures appointment
11April 21, 1919 to April 28, 1919 JB to W.B. Wilson RE unemployment
12January 28, 1919 to June 3, 1919 Workman's compensation
13January 31, Compensation referee 1919
14February 10, 1919 to September 15, Convention issues District elections House Bills 1919
15February 19, Company doctor seeking practice 1919
16February 7-11, Electric cap lamps 1919
17February 24, 1919 to July 1919 Meeting arrangements
18March International policy committee 1919
19April 21-24, JB to Governor of PA, RE conditions in coalfields 1919
20April Flynn Anti-Sedition Bill 1919
21June Checkweighman's Bill 1919
22July 10, National War Labor Board 1919
23August 21, Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen meeting 1919
24August Organization (letter in Italian with translation) 1919
25 August Paper Mill Workers' Strike; Tyrone, PA 1919
26August to October Department of the Interior, Bureau of Mines 1919
27September Brackenridge Murders (Fannie Sellins) Enclosures: Telegrams 1919
28December 30, 1918 to January 11, 1919 J.W. Leech; reappointment to State Compensation Commission
29 Johnstown Convention 1919
30November 5, 1918 to February 9, 1920 House Coal Question
31 War Savings 1919
32 Miscellaneous Correspondence Nationalization of mines Queries: Compensation; UMWA By-laws Meeting arrangements 1919
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201A Queries: Employment in non-union mines
2B Grievances Query: Death benefits; Requests for organizers Enclosures: Telegrams RE evictions
3B Norman Boden, organizer: Case against him by Meyersdale local; Protest against case by MacDonaldton local; Personal problem of Mr. Boden
4C Queries: UMWA By-laws Grievances Compensation Cases
5D, E Circular letter from Flinton Local 4292 to Governor of PA Request for dispensation Queries: UMWA By-laws
6F James Feeley (Board Member, Dunlo, PA): Price differentials; Grievances; Request for Italian organizer; alleged discrimination, RE: PA Coal and Coke Co.; meeting arrangements; McManamy suit (member against local).
7F Queries: UMWA By-laws Case: UMWA, District #2 vs. Center and Clearfield Ry. Co. RE: Raised fares
8G Grievances Organizing Tactics: Dominick Gelotte Queries: UMWA By-laws
9H, I Strike settlement: LU 861 Queries: Transfer procedures; UMWA By-laws
10J A.W. Jones (Six Mile Run) Board member: Blacklisting Requests for organizers Labor Party constitution Grievances Alleged blacklisting Enclosures: telegrams
11K, L Grievances Requests for advice Meeting arrangements
12M, N Queries: UMWA By-laws; Compensation
13O, P Grievances: Ehrenfeld #3 Employment of Boys under 16 years old
14R Wage rates Meeting Arrangements Increase in UMWA membership/Windber
15 S John Soltis, Organizer: Work assignments; meeting arrangements; wage cuts Grievances Car supply Car pushing Requests for Slavish Organizer U. Ed. Swartzentruver: Grievances
16W Queries: UMWA By-laws Meeting arrangements
17T, U, V Queries: UMWA By-laws Request for relief Meeting arrangements
18W, X, Y, Z Queries: UMWA By-laws Grievances
19Case: RE: Extortion Case: Alleged extortion of fees by company doctor during Spanish Influenza epidemic at Walston, PA
20GC Unequal distribution of railroad fuel
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211Coal Companies: 1919 Strike List of coal companies: Johnstown Meeting Arrangements
2JB Correspondence to Woodrow Wilson, RE: Johnstown Strike JB to Wilson, RE: Strike 1919
3Miners' Convention Hall, Johnstown, Pa. Johnstown Convention Arrangements 1919
4JB-Silfco Telegrams, December Telegrams, RE: Johnstown Strike 1919
5JB to Hohn L. Lewis April-December JB to JLL, RE: Johnstown Strike 1919
6Johnstown Strike, 1919: J. M. Zimmerman, District #12; David Irvine, Internat'l Organizer; Telegram to Governor Sproul Organization of steel workers Organizers: AFL Riot: Johnstown (Gov. Sproul)
7Johnstown Strike: Organizing Efforts: John Soltis, T.J. Conboy JB to Independent Operators: Open Letter Johnstown Riot: P.H. Egan 1919
8 JB to Dominick Gelotte Wage Settlements Johnstown Strike () Threatened firings over Labor Day Enclosures: Telegrams, Circulars 1919
9Organizers' Activities AFL (steel workers) Report of P.H. Egan Enclosures: Report form (uncompleted); National Committee for Organizing Iron and Steel Workers; Telegrams
10Newspaper Clippings "British RR Unions will walk out if demands are not granted" "Steel men's plea may go to Wilson" "Men May Organize as they Please but Cambria will Deal with None but their Direct Representatives", The Daily Democrat, April 18, "Organizer Conboy Sends Word to Waiting Crowd He Will Leave City", Johnstown [Democrat?], November 8, 9 1919191
11Circulars, General Information Strike 1919
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221A, B, C, D: JB to BM Clark JB to Norman Boden (organizer) Wage Agreements
2E, F, G, H, I JB to Richard Gilbert JB to John C. Forsyth JB to Peter Ferrara Queries: UMWA By-laws; Meeting Arrangements Work Stoppages Company actions against strikers Enclosures: Telegrams
3J, K Work Stoppages Strike Order (International)
4L JB to John L Lewis Strike orders Joint Wage Conferences Grievances Enclosures: Telegrams, circular
5M, N, O, P Strike Orders Work policies during strike
5aNewspaper Clippings "Pledges Help of Organized Labor to Men", Indianapolis Star, November 10, 19(?). "Coal Operators' Profits 'Fabulous' In 1917, Secretary Glass Declares; McAdoo Returns to the Attack", Washington Post, November 27, 1919. "Coal Operators and Miners Mystified by Dr. Garfield's 5 Principles as Announced" Newspaper Unknown "Mine Nationalization Wins Out in England", Newspaper Unknown "Garfield Tells Why 14 Per Cent Raise for Miners is Fair", Newspaper Unknown "McAdoo Says Coal Men Are Obscuring Issue", Newspaper Unknown "Penna. Operators Accept 14 P.C. Rise With Reservations", a Phila. Newspaper "Miners and Operators Await Gov't Action", Newspaper Unknown "Charge Dunlo Local with Direct Violation of Federal Injunction", Clearfield Progress, December 2, 1919. "Gompers Charges U.S. Broke Faith", Newspaper Unknown
6Q, R, S, T, U, V, W Wage Agreements Conference Arrangements Query: Work during strike Enclosures: Telegrams
7Circulars, Notices, Injunctions Scale Agreements Wage rates Legal Actions
8Telegrams Strike Orders Scale Agreements
9Victor Coal Comapny, Hollsopple, Pa. Labor Dispute
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231A, B, C Queries: Wage Scale; UMWA Policies Requests for Organizers/Speakers Company Store Boycott Refusal of Union men to work with non-union Enclosures: Telegrams
2Ames Coal Co. Coal Co. president wishes his employees to organize Scale agreement
3Coalmont Hickory Hill Miners vs. Coalmont Local Union
4Coral Tent Colony established in Strike 1919
5Norman Boden, Organizer Organizer's daily activities reports Situation at Garrett Report: Strike in Meyersdale field Enclosure: Yardage rate agreement
6D, E, F Wage Scale Disputes Queries: UMWA policies; UMWA local elections; increase of price of blasting caps at company store; requests for relief; Grievances
7G, H, I, J Queries: UMWA Policies; Scale agreements UMWA and International Molders' Union at Ernest
8John Hinick Case Checkweighman accused of misappropriating funds
9Silas Houck General Correspondence to JB
10K, L, M, N, Cooperative Movement; Joe Foster Queries: UMWA Policies
11O, P, Q Queries: Wage Scale Policy Enclosure: Agreement of Panther Run Coal Co. and UMWA, District #2
12Pansy Run Coal Co. vs. Herman Carletti, et. al. Bill in Equity Writs
13R and PC and I Contract to cutters Protest of Ernest shopmen Enclosure: Special meeting minutes
14R, S, T Coal Commission activities Queries: UMWA Policies Average miner's earnings in 1919: $1,000
15Sagamore Strike Miners ordered to return
16U, V, W LU 673 to JB RE Strike Vote Queries: LU 653 question wage of engineer; LU 4414 question membership
17Special Convention Minutes December 12, 1920 Special Convention
18X, Y, Z JB to P. M. Yanty, RE: Fedelia Danico JB to John J. Zuby, RE: UMWA Constitution JB to John Yusko (organizer) RE Meeting in Clymer JB to W.T. Sharpless, RE: Meeting in Clymer Sharpless (LU 1489) to JB, RE: Speakers at Clymer
19Court Case Commonwealth of Pennsylvania vs. UMWA Treasurers
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241Dispensation 1918-January 1920
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251A, B Co-op bank plan Non-partisan league Coal prices
2E, F, G District Elections Wage Agreements Circulars
3C, D National Conference Assessment BM Clark T.P. Dolan
4H, I, J, K AFL Convention Meeting arrangements Union elections
5L JB to John L. Lewis (JLL)
6M, N, O Mining schools N.L. strong for Congress campaign Wage Rates Meeting arrangements Philip Murray Dr. E.S. Moore, Penn State Dept. of Mining
7P, Q, R Price of explosives Wage agreements
8S, T, U, V Scale agreement
9W Convention arrangements Circular Letters
10Political Circulars Convention Minutes Elections Endorsements
11 Requests Requests to attend local union meetings
12PA Federation of Labor (PAFL) C.F. Quinn James Maurer
13Community Services Americanization Coal Camp conditions John P. Guyer, PAFL
14Labor Day Labor Party meeting Speakers: John Yusko; John Ghizzoni; J. Wm. Marsden; T.D. Stiles; Peter Ferrara
15Cases Compensation
16Convention of Convention stuff 1919
17Committees Scale Committee Working Rules
18Miscellaneous Circulars
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261C Strike at Beachley mine Labor Day Speakers
2D, E Dexcar Coal Mining Co., Work Stoppage
3F Company disciplinary actions Scale 1917
4H, I, J, K Permission to work at non-union mine Organization Queries: Death Benefits; UMWA By-laws
5L, M Scale agreement interpretations Queries: UMWA By-laws Wage reductions: Beacon Coal Company
6N, O, P, Q Local transfer procedures Circular letter to Coal operators, RE: remission of fines Evictions
7R, S, T Scale agreements Mass meeting arrangements Query: Back Pay Rate of Pay for checkweighmen
8U, V, W, X, Y, Z Wm. Welsh John Walters Queries: Dues payment; membership policies Requests for speakers Permission to work in non-union mine Employment policies - UMWA
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271A, B, C Work Stoppages Questions on UMWA Membership Disputes, RE: Membership Rules Compensation settlements Wage reductions Meeting arrangements
2D, E Strike relief Compensation settlements Wage reductions
3G Questions, RE: Check off at individual mines Wage Disputes Compensation Queries Requests for relief, dispensation, and organizers John Ghizzoni
4H Wage Cuts Death benefits queries Check off (dues) requirements Roden Coal Co. dispute, RE: free explosives Meeting arrangements Compensation queries Local disciplinary measures, RE: men working for less than scale rates Silas Houck G.V. Hall
5I, J, K Parade and meeting arrangements Queries, RE: UMWA By-laws National Assessment Labor Party activities: Request for woman speaker
6L, M, N Queries: Check off, differential; organizing problems Non-union men in Portage Back pay question, RE: Fallen Timber Coal Co. Requests for dispensation and organizers
7O, P, Q Arbitration case Queries: UMWA By-laws
8R, S, T Labor situation: Flinton, PA Request for organizer Local elections Strike relief Lay offs at Winburne
9U, V, W Queries: UMWA By-laws Winburne mine dismissal Meeting Arrangements
10X, Y, Z Relief Requests
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281A, B Queries: Grievances against checkweighmen Brothers forced to work in "unfair" mines Queries: transfer cards Women of Cadogan protest "colored" miners
2C, D Queries: grievances "Drumming out Scabs" at Tunnelpoint Mine, requests for organizers Query: taking former scabs into UMWA
3E, F Scale Agreements Local threatens impeachment of Sam Nunamaker (Board Member), (see File 3a also) Queries: UMWA Policies Enclosure: announcement to reduce wages notes: strike at Rimerton
3aDeuspohl and Nunamaker Case and legal corresp. to Brophy from J. J. Kintner, 1922-1923
3bFarmer-Labor Party Circular and corresp.
4G, H Requests for officials to visit locals Queries: UMWA Policies
5I, J, K Queries: UMWA Policies Enclosures: Pay Rates
6L, M, N Grievances House coal prices Miners seek permission to work non-union Requests for relief Suspended men rejoin union Strike at JoAnn Coal Company Storekeeper requests compensation for miners' bills Enclosures: telegrams, signed petition for establishment of local
7O, P Philipsburg-Oceola Houtzdale Field Pay Scale Joint Conference Strike Car-Pushing, Enclosures: telegram
7aProgressive International Committee of the UMWA, 1921-1923
7bPA Federation of Labor-Workmen's Compensation Legislation and Minutes of PFL Coventions relating to Compensation Legislation (one item encapsulated)
8R, S, T Pay scale Query: compensation Farmers' Labor Party Wage Reductions Enclosures: Cadogan Scale Rates, telegrams, Strike Resolution
9U, V, W Query: UMWA Policy Rental Rates-Company owned housing Grievances
9aUnited States Coal Commission, February 1920-1923
10Checkweighman's Election: Arnot
11The Church Hill Mining Company Allegheny Valley Strike Contract Dispute JB to W. B. Wilson JB to John L. Lewis Enclosures: telegrams, lists of involved companies and statistics, notices
12JB to S. J. Hudzinski
13Conifer Mines Strike at Conifer Request for Relief
14Eviction Notice, Penfield C and C
15Labor Day Speaker at Antrim
16Territory Eight Grievances Enclosures: circular letter, RE: Chautaquas' Speaker, telegrams
17Leet Coal Company Case JB to Thomas Croyle (Kittanning) Enclosures: Scale agreements
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291General Correspondence Queries: Compensation Accident Compensation Bill Miners' Defense Committee John Hayman: alleged embezzlement of union funds
2General Correspondence American Association for Labor Legislation
3General Correspondence Somerset Strike-District #2 Committee making investigation Workmen's Compensation Bureau closure in DuBois Ferrara building house in Indiana using mine carpenters? Reply from Ferrara Queries: Compensation claims Farmer-Labor Party seeking JB as speaker
4General Correspondence Queries: relief Query: starting mining operation during strike Publicity offer from McAlister Coleman Enclosure: press release, Berwind-White strikers to public
5General Correspondence Somerset Strike Letter of UMWA loyalty from W. Va. Queries: compensation
6General Correspondence Somerset Strike-Powers Hapgood to JB Queries: Compensation Scale Agreements Grievances Revoked Charter, Meyersdale Local #3078
7General Correspondence Wage agreements Meeting arrangements Queries: compensation Requests for relief Enclosures: telegrams, meeting arrangements, brochures
8General Correspondence Somerset Strike Requests for relief Queries: work in non-union mines Newspaper advirtisements for scab labor Strike Requests for financial aid: W. Va. miners Statistics: 1922
9General Correspondence Somerset Strike Conditions at Kelso, etc. Wages Scales Requests for relief Sympathy strike at Kelso Enclosures: brochures, telegrams
10Notes of Testimony Quemahoning Creek Coal Co. vs. John Brophy May 11, 1922
11General Correspondence Upton Sinclair to JB RE: book sales
12General Correspondence Tom Tippett to JB RE: Federated Press, publicity
13General Correspondence Wage agreements Strike: letters of support Query: coal injunctions E. E. Witte
14General Correspondence Somerset Convention Enclosures: minutes of meeting August 8, 1922
15Meeting Minutes Somerset Statistics: Somerset mines and miners 1922
16Posters: Somerset County Strike (one of each have been encapsulated and are located in Oversized Section, Drawer #2)
17Outline: "History of the Somerset Strike"
18Wholesale Price Lists for Publicity
19Statement to newspapers
20Miner's Petition to Coal Companies
21"Traveling Auditor's Report"
22Miscellaneous Telegrams
23International Ladies Garment Workers Union-Educational Department, three different sets
24Ellis Searles, editor of UMWA Journal and 'Red Charges', 1923
25American Fund for Public Service-Norman Thomas, 1923
26PA Federation of Labor-Old Age Assistance Law/Commission Materials, 1924
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301A Grievances
2B Queries: UMWA Policy Requests for relief Grievances
3C-D Requests for relief Queries: UMWA Policy Wage Rates Ames Coal Company-Investigation by organizer Cowan Report by organizer Donaldson concerning Somerset, Garrett and MacDonaldton
4E-F Requests for relief Enclosure: vote of confidence from local to UMWA officers
5G-H Requests for relief Queries: UMWA Policies Grievances: "dirty Coal" layoffs, requests for tents for evictees, anti-union activities Enclosures: Telegrams (Powers Hapgood-JB)
6I-K Queries: UMWA Policies Gallitzin local seeks resignation of John L. Lewis Appeal of brother to local union RE: dismissal over checkweighing fraud Cases of destitution Co-op Stores Berlin local requests speaker to reinforce strike
7L Queries: UMWA Policies Requests for relief
8M-N Queries: UMWA Policies Requests for Speakers Strike Policy Requests for relief Powers Hapgood-JB Strike Situation* (*original order)
9O-P Park Hill Mine wage cuts Organization efforts
10Q-R Penn-Central News Strike situation: Everett
11S-T Queries: UMWA Policies Requests for dispensations Dirty Coal suspensions Strike Policy Request for coal delivery during strike, Cresson State Hospital Requests for relief-cases of destitution Organizing efforts and arrests of Powers Hapgood Enclosures: Telegrams
12W Requests for relief Criticism of organizer Norman Boden
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311Financial: Strike Relief, J. L. Lewis; William Green
2Acknowledgements: checks recieved for strike relief
3American Fund for Public Service ($25,000 Loan to District #2)
4Congressional: correspondence RE: conditions in mine fields
5Correspondence and telegrams RE: Somerset County Strike Settlement
6Pomona Grange Correspondence
7Proceedings of the Policy Committee (UMWA) 1922
8Circular and Reorganization of Coal Industry
9Misc. correspondence and telegrams for strike, J. L. Lewis and B. M. Clark 1922
10Geological Survey
11New York Herald Article, April 8, 1922
12"Free Speech:" Vintondale
13Strike Conference, Washington, D.C.
14Loyalhanna Coal and Coke Company
15Scale Negotiations: correspondence and circulars
16Pennsylvania Coal and Coke Corporation
17Strike Settlement: Chicago Conference
18Strike Settlement Districts #2 and #5
19Illinois agreement
20(Illinois agreement) District #12
21P. T. Fagan (District #5 President)
22Strike Relief
23American Friends Service Committee (Relief Work)
24Evictions, Strike 1922
25State Appropriation for Miners' Relief End Somerset County Strike and Miners' Delegation
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321A-C Requests for relief Assessment Wage Reduction UMWA Policy: membership Grievances (RE: Lewis) Strange unsigned letter from Kansas
2D-F UMWA Policy-membership Queries: check-off Grievances Query: expulsion from union requests for relief Queries: UMWA Policy Query: death Benefits CBC and Cleveland Agreement "unrest" in Bolivar Refusal to pay assessment, Sample Run
3Herman Carletti Board Member, Sub-district #5: grievances, requests for relief, expulsion from local, criticism of John L. Lewis Enclosures: telegrams, situation at Echo
4Peter Ferrara Grievances Queries: assessment Controversy: Sagamore Local transfer cards Enclosures: telegrams
5G-I Queries: UMWA Policies Queries: membership Requests for relief Grievance against Herman Carletti Requests for traveling auditor Enclosures: telegrams
6J-L Grievances: Lumstead Mine Request for organizer Solicitation of scab labor Enclosures: eviction notice, telegram
7M-O Queries: initiation fees, dues Furnishing coal to power plant during strike Complaint against Herman Carletti Queries: membership Strike Policy
8P-R Engineers' wages Requests for foreign-language speakers Query: check-off during strike Requests for employment as organizers Strike Policy Enclosures: telegrams, strike order
9S-V Lumstead Mine Grievances Queries: UMWA Policies Payment of fines for working during strike Queries: UMWA membership Relief
10James B. Travis President of Local Union #4198, Seward, Pa. Imperial Coal Company Agreement Wage Agreements Requests for speakers
11W-Z Relief requests Queries: National assessment Grievances Query: death benefits
12Discrimination Cases-Joe Kewalik (Kovalak), Charles Henry; Correspondence: JB-Emil Anderson
13Service Mining Company-grievances against, miners' protests, company's defense
14Enclosures: statement to President Harding Statement to John L. Lewis RE: Strike 1922
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331General Corresp. Organizing activities Wage reductions
2General Corresp. JB-J. H. Weaver Coal Co. JB-John L. Lewis Alleged discrimination at Nanty-Glo Mines Enclosures: telegrams
3General Corresp. JB-Charles Ghizzoni
4General Corresp. JB-Frank Hayes (President UMWA Internat'l) JB-William Green (Sec'y UMWA Internat'l)
5General Corresp. JB-John L. Lewis Discharge of Organizer David Irvine
6General Corresp. JB-John L. Lewis, organizing campaign Somerset County
7General Corresp. Federation of District organizers Johnstown and Windber organization Citizen's Association vs. Berwind-White Coal Mining Company
8General Corresp. Organization Re-establishment of check-off Scale agreement
9General Corresp. Organization Hooversville: dispute over checkweighman
10General Corresp. JB-William Green (sec'y-treasurer UMWA Internat'l)
11Telegrams: JB-Phillip Murray
12General Corresp. Report: Committee on Organization
13General Corresp. Re-organization, Somerset County Mining Conditions Organizing Activities
14General Corresp. Re-organization, Somerset County Alleged Lock-out, Somerset Operators Foreign-Language organizing
15General corresp. Re-organization, Somerset County Grievances
16Telegrams, reports, circular letters RE: Re-organizing Somerset County
17Reports, minutes, circular letters RE: Re-organizing Somerset County
18General corresp. "Park Hill Affair" (non-union mine working steadily while union mines on short-time)
19General Corresp. Beachley Mine Case, labor management negotiations
20General Corresp. House Coal overcharge Organization Enclosure: list of miners and their marital status
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341A-B Queries: UMWA Policies Requests for officers to settle local disputes JB-Seward Button (Dept. of Mines) RE: conditions at Tairtown Mine Requests for relief George Boytim (organizer) JB-report Enclosures: Amesville Local #34; scale agreement; operators of Allegheny Valley and UMWA-scale agreement
2C JB-J. R. Caseley (B and S C and C Company) RE: fines against striking miners agreement RE: mule drivers Requests for permission to work in non-union mine Queries: compensation Requests for organizer Request by local for discipline of "scabs"
3D-F Madera Local: Starting accident fund Discrimination case successfully won House coal prices
4G-I JB-William Green (UMWA Internat'l Sec'y-Treasurer), complaint of Teamster's Local at Kittanning, Lanes Mills Local #3991, organization Requests for officers to attend meetings Queries: UMWA constitutional policy JB-S. J. Hudzinski (organizer) Antrim Contract Queries: transfer cards Enclosures: Teller's report RE: proposed strike action, telegram JB-David Irvine
5John Ghizzoni (traveling auditor) Transfer cards
6J-L Queries: grievances by local against expelled brothers Requests for Italian interpreter Queries RE: Strike Policies Transfer Cards Grievance settlement: Arnot, Pa. Report: Coral Enclosures: telegrams, meeting arrangements; circular John L. Lewis RE: acceptance of 14% wage increase
7M-O Request for Italian Speaker at Labor Party Meeting, Houtzdale Query: back pay 14% Wage increase and pay adjustment JB-Sam Nunamaker (organizer), grievances: Shawmut Mining Company
8P-S Queries: policy Scale agreements Enclosures: telegrams: men to cease work stoppage
9Pawnee Strike (Brookville) Subsequent grievance by Local #2043 against organizer Nunamaker Enclosures: telegrams
10Weedville Local #2030 decision RE: meeting place
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351Dispensations Files Alphabetized by Persons' Requesting Dispensations 1920-1921
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361JB to B. M. Clark, refunds from strike penalties Minutes: Special Conventions of Territory #6, District #2, 13 January 1920 and 6 January 1921, grievances
2A-C Locals to JB RE: relief Lock-out at Rossiter Query: UMWA Policy
3D-E Workmen's compensation Queries: grievances Organizer Clarence Donaldson hired
4Peter Ferrara, Board member, Indiana, Pa. Queries: "One Big Union" campaign accuses Dominick Gellotte of being employed by them Routine Business
5F-H Queries: grievances Queries: UMWA Policies Marion Center CMC refusal to pay 1922 scale Request for Spanish-speaking organizer Requests for relief The O. B. U. Movement
6I-K Requests for permission to work in non-union mines Wage rates Baylor C. M. C. dispute over scale agreement
7L-N Wage cuts Permission to work in non-union mines Query: UMWA Policies Wage scales
8 O-P Grievances: wage cuts Queries: UMWA Policies Request for permission to work in non-union mine
9Q-R Queries: death benefits Requests for relief
10Satterfield, L. R. (Local #95) Defiance, Pa. scale agreement Requests for relief
11S-T Requests for relief Queries: UMWA Policies Queries: Permission to work in non-union mines Farmer Labor Party Broad Top Convention
12T-V Query: compensation Scale agreement Requests for relief Queries: UMWA policies Enclosure: circular from Panther Run Coal Company
13JB-Arthur Taylor, Territory #4, Robertsdale, Pa. (organizer) Arrangements: mass meetings Queries: UMWA Policies Organizing difficulties Demands for relief O. B. U. Strike: MacDonald, Pa.
14W-Z Queries: UMWA Policies Checkweighmen elections
15JB-John L. Lewis, retroactive $.10 bonus
16Queries: UMWA Policies Checkweighmens' eligibility
17Lenore Coal Company-grievances
18Six Mile Run: case of checkweighman Howard Roher, possible discrimination
19Tri-State Colliery Company, Wage reduction Case, Garrett, Pa.
20John Troy: appeal against action of local union
21Miscellaneous
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371A John Andrews, Arthur Appleyard: house coal controversy
2B Ira Blakney, John Brunnett: dispensations, strike threats
3C George Cowan, B. M. Clark (President R and P Coal Co.): dispensations
4D Clarence Donaldson, John R. Dodds: grievances, despensations
5E P. H. Egan: organizing difficulties
6F James Feeley
7G-J Frank Hayes, Stanley Hudzinski
8K-L
9M Phillip Murray, James Maurer
10N-O Mike Nelson, J. C. Oakes
11P Rembrandt Peale, James Purcell, Francis Peabody, July-August 1917
12R
13S John Soltis, William Shaffer
14T-V
15W William B. Wilson, John P. White, F. E. Waite
16Y-Z John Yusko
17Loose Papers from back of file
18Unidentified Correspondence
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381A-C Scale agreements Mass meeting: Starford Queries: UMWA Policies Requests for speakers JB recommends "close cooperation of District and Internat'l" Grievances Lack of work at Soldier Enclosures: flyer, complaint
2D-F JB-James Feeley Grievances Queries: UMWA Policies Request of James Feeley for Italian interpreter House coal question Refusal of coke men to join union Queries: wage agreements Letter and weekly reports from organizer P. H. Egan
3G-I Meeting arrangements JB-D. Gelotte, organizing difficulties, Nanty-Glo Grievances
4J-L Scale agreements Queries: UMWA Policies Grievances Requests for speakers
5M-O Queries: UMWA Policies Grievances Requests for speakers Requests to work in non-union mines
6P-R Requests for Italian-speaking organizer Organizing efforts at Windber Alleged blacklisting Rembrandt Peale (Fuel Ad)-JB RE: strike at Cassidy Mine (Clearfield) Back pay dispute: Kelley Mine Violation at Snow Shoe Mine Organizing efforts: Frank Podboy Enclosures: organizing report-John Soltis, telegrams
7S-U Requests for permission to work in non-union mine Requests for speakers Request for speaker for textile workers seeking 8-hour day (Patton) Compensation Grievance: mules to barn Enclosures: organizer's report-John Soltis; deadwork scale
8V-W JB-Rembrandt Peale and John P. White RE: grievance at Expedit Internal dispute at St. Benedict Queries: Checkweighman's qualifications Requests for speakers Queries: death benefits Dispute over yardage rates Car pushing rates "labor troubles" Janesville Coal Company JB-John P. White RE: strike at Knickerbocker Mine Grievance: Surveyor, Pa. Enclosures: UMWA Internat'l to H. A. Garfield RE: Payment of premiums, Telegrams: Fuel administration policy, J. P. White-JB RE: strike threat at Barnesboro
9Disputes: Logan 6 1/2 Mine, 1918 RE: fines against miners for striking. James Feeley (Dunlo)-JB RE: Beaverdale Local 223 against Logan Coal Company grievance, checkweighman
10Housing conditions, Portage, Coal companies' rental policies: rentals only to employees 1918
11Leahey Coal Company-wage agreements
12Lindsey Coal Mining Company-refusal to sign District Scale Agreement
13Meyersdale Local Dispute with Schell Coal Company
14Sonman Shaft-yardage rates dispute
15Check-off Policies Discriminatory housing rentals Queries: dispensation
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391A-C Queries: UMWA Policies Grievances: late pays, etc. Query: Mining Law Violation Check-off Morrisdale Coal Co. Strike Death benefits for man killed in France Committee Report, discharged driver Local levies fine on member
2D-F House coal question Assault and battery charge against mine foreman
3 G-I House coal question Grievances
4J-L Routine Queries House coal question Agreement: Moshannon Coal Company and UMWA Checkweighmen election controversy
5M-O Routine queries Weigh-scales controversy Grievances
6P-R Wage disputes Routine queries
7Portage House coal question Routine Queries Jurisdiction dispute: Portage
8Red-Bird Mine: checkweighman controversy
9S-V Routine Queries Wage Disputes
10Singel, John at Dunlo, Pa. Query: union fine
11W-Z Organization of new union House coal prices Grievances
12Miscellaneous Grievances
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401A-B Queries: UMWA Policies Requests for organizers Grievances Requests for relief Requests for permission to work during strike
2Mahoning Local vs. Leet Coal Company Queries: strike policy "Thugs and Gunmen" imported into Mahoning Local #4437 area (Thomas J. Croyle, sec'y) Queries: compensation Query: wage agreement with Leet Coal Co. (Mahoning) Conditions: Mahoning Local guards hired by Leet Coal Co.-untrained, one shoots self Enclosures: personal note-T. J. C. to JB, telegrams: Leet Coal Co. and Scale Agreement
3D-F Queries: assessment Wage agreements Ancient Order of Hiberians Tioga County, Pa.-JB RE: Cleveland Conference Query: work for disabled man at striking mine
4G-I Organizer's offer to work in Johnstown Queries: UMWA Policy Queries: permission to work during strike requested by strip operation Queries: coal company requests permission to work during strike Central Labor Council affiliation withdrawn by New Bethlehem Local Requests for transfer cards Conditions at Sligo Enclosures: list of coal companies which signed Cleveland Agreement, telegrams concerning strike policy
5James Hughey John Brophy-Sam Nunamaker Grievances: local unions request for organization at Brockport
6TKL Queries: UMWA Policies Requests for speakers National Assessments Strike Policy Requests for relief Requests for permission to work during strike
7M-O Requests for speakers Union expulsion Grievances: mine managements Queries: assessment Scale agreements Requests for organizers Strike Policies Routine queries
8P-R Requests for relief Alleged persecution of scab miner Queries: UMWA Policies Query: death claims "starvation" letter
9S-V Request for permission to work non-union Requests for relief Strike Announcement: Hamler Mine Requests for speakers Threatened evictions Queries: UMWA Policies Naturalization speeches by JB criticized Enclosures: telegrams, coal companies sign Cleveland Agreement
10W-Z Wage Rates Scale Agreements Request for organizer
11William Welsh: Conifer decision, UMWA member fined for violation
12Compensation Cases
13Bulah Shaft Coal Company settlement
14Griskin Mine decision-mine working during strike
15Samuel Cook Case (Pardon requested of John L. Lewis)
16Lawsonham Coal Company decision RE: Butt headings and scale agreement
17Lloyd Lender vs. Liberty Coal Mining Company (powder burns)
18Mosgrove: Hardship Situation
19Rimersburg election-alleged fraud
20Relief Request
21Wilson, John: expulsion from Local #1416
22Local Union #1441 Tyler: Relief for striking miners
23Wage Reduction Request
24Requests for strike relief, John F. Wright of Worthington, Pa.
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411A-C Requests for organizers Queries: UMWA Policies JB-B. M. Clark condemning discriminatory hiring procedures Requests for relief Request for local audit Scale agreement violation
2Organizer Boytim weekly reports, etc.
3D-F Parade to Coral Men discharged at Lucerne Work stoppages Queries: UMWA Policies Grievances P. H. Egan's report on Ramsaytown Request for death benefits P. H. Egan's report on Cowansville
4Peter Ferrara (Board Member, Terr. #6) Work stoppage at Aultman Query: compensation Grievances: wage agreements Call to Special Convention
5G-I JB-Miners' Federation, G. B. nationalization Scale agreement Queries: initiation fees Fines levied against strikers Enclosures: telegrams
6J-L John L. Lewis-JB promises international organizers to supplement locals Query: checkweighman's election Query: working on idle days
7M-P Query: contract work Meeting arrangements Queries: district constitution Wage reduction Alleged discrimination Idle day pay Enclosures: telegrams
8Monterey Coal Company local dispute
9Sam Nunamaker, Parkers' Landing, Pa. (Board Member) Requests for organizer Queries: UMWA Policies Wage Rates Strike at Sarah Furnace Mine
10Q-S Leader Shaft controversy JB orders strikers back to work Queries: compensation Plea for organization assistance for Yatesboro Local Queries: UMWA Policies Expulsion of local official for embezzlement Shawmut Mining Company-grievance against Requests for relief Enclosures: telegrams
11T-Z Surrendered Charter Queries: UMWA Policies Grievances Yardage Rate dispute
12Agreement, UMWA and Moshannon Coal Co.
13Alleged illegality of election of Rimersburg union #1305
14Houtzdale Meeting , 2,000 attended J. H. Maurer spoke August 18, 1919
15Labor Day Speakers, 1919
16Koffler Labor Exchange, sending men into Central PA coalfields
17Local Union #1798 RE: contract work
18Morris Run Coal Co. RE: shipping
19Peter Regis, transfer card
20"Red" flag-JB flyer councils against display at Indiana
21Special Convention, at Indiana, minutes February 18, 1919
22Sykesville Work Stoppage
23Territory #6: correspondence with Peter Ferrara; U. S. Fuel Administration Mine shut downs and wage cuts
24Territory #8 resolution sent to Fuel Administration
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421A-B Six-Day week Workmen's compensation Alabama labor situation
2Alverda Mine: Penn Mary Coal Company, conditions
3Association of Bituminous Coal Operators of Central PA Enclosure: list of coal companies
4Association of Bituminous Coal Operators-UMWA, wage scale agreement
5Board Members
6C Yardage rates Wage scale agreements Cooperative Stores Queries: UMWA Policies Enclosure: article on Co-ops
7Central Coal Association-wage reduction (return to 1917 scale) Enclosure: list of coal companies
8 D Request for support for candidacy
9Department of Mines-statistics
10F-G William Green, UMWA Sec'y-treasurer
11Federated Press-Enclosures: pamphlets
12Friends of Soviet Russia-request for funds
13Gelotte, Dominick
14H-I Appeal for Russian famine victims Miners seeking work Party girls seeking good time
15J-K Vote on joint resolution against Chinese labor in Hawaii
16L-P James Maurer-PA State Federation of Labor Tom Mooney defense fund Queries: UMWA Policies
17Labor Film Service-production of pro-labor movies
18John L. Lewis Loan of $50,000 to Internat'l by District #2 Wage scale conference Traveling auditors
19Marini Case-injury suit against Imperial Coal Company
20O'Laughlin, J. P. -resignation as umpire because of coal company affiliation
21Q-T Convention arrangements District contracts Wage rates
22Stove Mounters' Union Strike
23School of Mines-Penn State
24West Virginia Atrocities-Mingo County demand for investigation
25W-Z Meetings
26Miscellaneous Nationalization of mines, baseball, non-union mines
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431A-C General corresp. Grievances National assessments Rules for possible adoption Wagon mines shipping during strike Enclosures: telegrams
2D-F General corresp. Assessments Yardage dispute
3G-J General corresp. Grievances Query: checkweighmen
4K General corresp. Relief requests Permission to work in non-union mines Organization at Garway Assessment
5L-N General corresp. Queries: dues payments Queries: points of UMWA constitution Assessment payments
6O-R General corresp. Request for Italian organizer Routine business matters
7S-V General corresp. Query: dues payments Query: Scale agreement Miners working non-union Query: election
8W-Z General corresp. Wage Policy: Maple Ridge Coal Company Request for relief Mass Meeting arrangements: Emeigh, Pa.
9General corresp. Local #1347, Nanty-Glo Queries: union membership, dues collection, elections for locals
10General Corresp. Local Union #176
11General corresp. Local #18 alleged discrimination: Moshannon Coal Company
12General corresp. Local Union #4281 Queries: relief Wage agreements
13General corresp. Local #2295 Queries: electrician working during strike
14General corresp. Moshannon Coal Co. RE: Cleveland Settlement
15General corresp. Nanty-Glo Local #1386 case against president Harry Carnahan
16Anonymous note to JB, "A Miner's Wife" RE: Mine still loading in strike zone
17General corresp. Requests for strike relief
18General corresp. Pennsylvania Coal and Coke Corporation Conference with District #2 officers 1921-1922 RE: modification of wage scale
19General corresp. Relief efforts of Internat'l for Spangler explosion victims
20General corresp. Grievance against Urey Ridge Coal Co.
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441Writ of Injunction-PA Collieries v. John Brophy et. al. May 1922
2Writ of Injunction-Reitz CMC; Bethlehem Mines v. John Brophy and District #2, September 1922
3Bethlehem Mines v. District #2, September 1922
4PA Collieries v. John Brophy et. al., June 1922
5Commonwealth v. Clyde Adams, April 19, 1922
6Writ of Injunction-Listie Coal Company v. John Brophy and Meyersdale Coal Co. v. Brophy, April 1922
7Bethlehem Mines Corp. v. Brophy et. al., Text: Strike Breaker, September 1922
8Randolph Coal Co. v. Brophy et. al., and Meyersdale Fuel Co. v. Brophy and Reading Iron Co. v. Brophy April 19, 1922
9Vostek Natchak, et. al. v. Kettle Creek CMC, April 1922
10John Olex et. al. v. Kettle Creek CMC April term 1923
11Writ of Injunction-PA Colliers v. John Brophy, et. al., May 1922
12Writs of Injunction, April 1922
13William Welch, et. al. v. Vinton Colliery-September 1922
14Brothers Valley Coal Co. v. Brophy, et. al., April 18, 1922 Jasahill CMC v. Brophy, et al, April 19, 1922 Smokeless Covemahoning Coal Co. v. Brophy, et al, April 19, 1922
15Consideration Coal Co. v. Brophy, April 19, 1922
16Statement of Charles Dias, May 16, 1922
17John Brophy, et. al. v. Vinton Colliery, September 1922
18Reitz Coal Company v. Brophy
19Writ of Injuction-Quemahoning Creek CL and Penn Smokeless Coal Co. v. Brophy, et. al., 1922
20Injunction Suits
21Miscellaneous
22Consolidated Coal Co. vs. John Brophy, et al. Violation of Injunction, 1922
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451Bulletin: National Save the Union Conference, April 1, 1928
2Penn-Ohio Relief Committee-District #2 Internal Controversy 1927-1928
3News Release: PA-Ohio Relief Committee, March 31, 1928
4Coal Digger: subscription form
5Flyers, bulletin, circulars, etc. National Convention
6Program: National Save the Miners' Union Conference, April 1, 1928
6aSave the Union Committee-Minutes of the National Save the Miners Union Conference and related material, 1928
7Questionnaire
8Miner's Relief Committee Material
9The Coal Digger organ of the Save the Union Committee, February 1, 1928
10Official Letter and Collection List: Miners' Relief; flyer
11National Labor Tribune, 3 May 1928
12Solicitation for funds: Miners' Convention in Pittsburgh
13Convention News Bulletin, 21 August 1928
14Strike Bulletin, 21 June 1931
15"History of Suspension of Members of Save the Union in Territories #3 and #1 and Charter Reworked of Local #521, Jamestown, PA"
16National Miners' Union Convention Call
17Flyers; announcement; Nat'l Miners' Convention 1928
18Save the Union Committee
19Copy of The Coal Digger, Pittsburgh
20The Coal Digger, 1 February 1928
21Miscellaneous
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461Correspondence 1919-1923
2Applications: organizers, clerical, etc. 1918-1919
3Applications: organizer, Co-op Stores, Board members, etc. inc. Commissioner, 1911923
4R. R. Administration 1919-1920
5Collection: National Assessments 1919-1921
6Applications: Umpire and organizer; Compensation Dept. 1924-1925
7Applications: Auditor, Exam Board 1920-1921 and 1923-1924
8I. C. C. Distribution of R. R. cars 1925
9I. C. C. 1921-1923
10Brophy-I. C. C. Controversy
11Labor Education College: Brookwood 1924-1926
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471 Jerome Dynamite Case 1923-1924
2n.d. Jerome Case: Witnesses' Statements
3August-November "New Trial Motion" 1923
4 January Telegram-Jerome Case 1924
5 January Corresp. Jerome Case 1924
6 June Corresp. Jerome Case 1924
7 July Corresp. Jerome Case 1924
8 October-November Corresp. Jerome Case 1924
9 December Corresp. Jerome Case 1924
10 January-February Corresp. Jerome Case 1925
11 Jerome Dynamite Case-briefs, record 1924
12 Richard Gilbert-JB and J. J. Kintner corresp., invoices, etc. 1922-1923
13 April Corresp. from Brophy to Locals repudiating Kintner's Statement 1923
14 Kintner Files sent to Charles Margiotti by JB during court case, Kintner v. District #2 1922-1923
15 August Kintner Case-proceedings and final decision 1925
16 Kintner addresses; fired by Brophy; Sues District #2 (See also Box 28 File 3a for other Kintner corresp.) 1923-1925
17 Kintner Case 1922-1925
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481 Prices of Explosives-1920 and Peter Mullen v. John Brophy-1924
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491Patrick McDermott Case Election Protest by Board Member Ferrara against McDermott going on ballot as candidate for District President 1926
2History of Frank Simon Case, John Ghizzoni protest against eligibility of financial secretary 1914-1939
3Contempt Cases: Jefferson County J and I Coal Company v. UMWA organizers 1927-1928
4Election controversy, 1924
5Case of Suspension of Board Member W. P. Parks of Beaverdale, PA 1928
6History of T. D. Stiles on strike of (attempt to organize miners' union not affiliated with UMWA) 1927-1928, 1933
7History of Wage Agreements on Main Line, 1928-1939
8Papers and letters to and from Governor Pinchot, 1931
9Court Case: Jefferson and Indiana Coal Co. v. (defendants), 1925
10Powers Hapgood Case, 1926. Hapgood elected delegate to Internat'l Convention-charged with not being a member of UMWA
11Erie and Shawmut Bonus Case, 1933
12Evan Chambers Case-position as district organizer disputed, 1927
13 Robert J. Dick Case, Coalport, PA, 1928
14Nick Garbinsky Case-salary claim against UMWA, 1927
15History of New York Delegation from Somerset County, 1922
16John Brophy reports and suspension by local union #1386 Nanty-Glo
17History of Judge Langham's Coal Holdings

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Series III: James Mark

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501 B-R U. S. Fuel Administration PA Industrial Survey Bills, Receipt U. S. Fuel Admin. memo, est. coal production PA Coal and Coke earnings 1918
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2 Period ending May Decisions of commissioners and arbitration board (J. M. Comm.) 1919
3 K-S General Corresp. Co. Letter to Congress Dist. Auditor Report 1925
4 Court Appeal, Motion 1927
5 A-B Personal letters, queries Union/locals corresp. Co-op farmers Illinois Mine Workers '27 Strike Enclosure: telegram Brophy/Mark Letter to Brophy-get Kintner papers, trip to Russia American C. L. U. Enclosure: orders to copy checks National president Coalport Local-letter describing petition-"No Reds" Enclosure: District #2 embezzlement charges v. member Letter: Indiana, company Enclosure: letter to editor of Johnstown Democrat Enclosure: Bills 1922-1932
6Anthony Boyle corresp. with Peter P. Jurchak, May 27, 1926
7 Letters: Explosion Ehrenfeld Mine Local members' grievances I. W. W. agents infiltrating Death claim Enclosure: telegram, Dick found guilty Enclosures: letter containing schedule turnout at meetings, month of July 1927 Letters-no sickness/accident pay, editor of 11 Patnota, Indiana, PA Enclosure: telegram (Convention) and letter-Princeton Univ. Enclosure: bill/payment Enclosure: memo-Man Trip 1922-1932
8 B General Corresp. Letters inc. Bittner to Fr. Enclosures: telegram to Bittner Queries from workers Strike at Seminole Death claim 44 Hour Bill Winburne, 7 day work week Enclosure: Indiana Coal Co. Rosters 1922-1932
9 C Letters Board appointments and queries Enc: letters from inmate Enc: news clipping "Miners Seeking Help..." Enc: telegram to Cowan-Take stand against "Save the Union" at Convention Enc: circular-PA Federation of Labor/Relief for Miners Red Author seeking $$ for publishing Checkweighmen overcharging 1922-1932
10 C Legal agreement Queries Sale of Barracks, Portage, PA Ebensburg Convention 1931 Letters from Cowen-Labor Party Labor Party Convention Flyer 1922-1932
11 D Letters, queries Death claim Query to send organizer Infiltrate non-union mines Boarding scabs Enc: allegations at Cal. PA Convention that Lewis tried to bribe Brophy with job, Brophy's reply (in letter) called a "Lying Mexican" (letter authored by Dwyer) Queries-money for destitute locals Enc: telegram from Davis, Sec'y of Labor, meeting in D. C. to end strike Queries, miner hardships Letter from Univ. of Arizona Query for endorsement of Labor candidates, 1930 Enc: telegram Legal letters Senator James Davis Editor of DuBois Courier 1922-1932
12 E Letter-Alliance Theater employees moving picture opening Queries Old Age Pension Commission Enc: list-House Committee on Pensions and Gratuities Telegram Quality of coal complaint Shoemaker complaint 1922-1932
13 F Enc: verbatum Injunction from Illinois Court Queries Letters-Fagan, from Mark congratulating foiled assassination attempt Enc: P. H. Union label store card, negotiations with Shoemaker Co.. death of Robb, president of District #11, Queries for work, money, coal and iron policemen Enc: newspaper clipping "David Fowler Answers Rap of Walter Harris" Governor Fisher Enc: telegrams: Senator Reed, Honorable John Fisher, W. L. Mellon-endorsing Frank Graff to Superior Court Bench Logan Coal Co. Enc: Declaration of policy leaflet denouncing "Save the Union" Enc: Copy of telegram to Lewis from Fagan Enc: telegram from Fred Finn, situation serious, 8 June 1927 1922-1932
14 G General corresp. John Ghizzoni, telegrams Answers to relief queries Governor's office Gilbert telegram Impeachment William Parks Queries: C. J. Golden, William Green Enc: Letter describing McCloskey, nervous breakdown after being ... as a "toot" Enc: telegram, Percy Teltlow to speak at Brotherhood of Locomotive Fire and Enginemen Clymer National Bank $7,500 Loan 1927 Letter-Gregg accusing Ghizzoni and Houck "deliberately robbed me of several hundred dollars" Financial situation letter (Gilbert) Punxatawney Central Labor Union-Labor Day preparations National Kindergarden Association Indiana Gazette 19221932
15 G Queries Letters, telegrams Reference to shooting at 1905-1906 strike (Piney) Property buying-Bethel Township AFL Governor Pinchot Enc: telegram Wilksbarre meeting unsuccessful Legal attorney queries (Golden and Golden, Margiotti) Enc: statement of taxes, 5 January 1931 (Arcadia, Gipsy-Total) Letter: Cassandra-going to strike/mantrip/some men can't get into mine until 9 AM Charles Coom: Maximum Wages, the Foundation of Prosperity Seminole local refuses to have books audited Enc: Funeral of George Lewis (telegram) Troubles with the "Reds" in Cassandra J. L. George Enc: telegram, Pa. Sec'y of Labor and Indiana Enc: telegram, Gluzzoni turned back/Cresson, 13 April 1931 1922-1932
16 Letters, telegrams Queries Enc: (5 telegrams) Lewis, Hudzinski, Mark-March 9-12, 1927 Dispensation queries Enc: full page ad, Blossburg Herald Morris Run Coal Company asking for non-union workers. Letter included from Hudzinski Old Age Amendment Enc: New Wage Scale Enc: Morris Run Coal Company notice-losses for 1924, 1925, 1926 period (April 1, 1927) Telegram-wage scale conference Enc: two newspaper clippings-"1,880,596 Net loss for Pitt. Coal" and "Plan Pulverized Coal on More Freighters" 1922-1932
17 H Letters Queries Attorney consultation, queries Hungarian miners complaint Enc: telegram, William Hargest Enc: news clipping, "Pittsburgh Terminal to Expand Production" Houck-picketing Johnstown Queries for permits to work non-union to infiltrate Hudzinskji CA Hughes and Company, Portage (Mantrip Problem) Checkweighman calls strike Six Cents more for two men Enc: news clipping, Help Wanted ads Enc: telegram, National Executive Board-Arnot Union Hall 1922-1932
18 Queries Letters Enc: news clipping-picture of Powers Hapgood, Harvard graduate working in mines-study labor conditions Letter to Upholstery and Weavers Union of Philadelphia for aid Enc: news clipping, James Purcell(underlined) appointed chief of police Enc: telegram, Hudzinski's resignation Enc: telegram, Morris Run Local standby policy Houck, Attorney. Rossiter, Injunction Enc: clipping, "Antrim Coal Mines Close" Workmen's Compensation Board, Harrisburg Local Union #521, Jamestown Charter revoked Reports of men shipped out from employment offices 1922-1932
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511 H Letters Queries Telegrams Enc: flyer, Pennsylvania Coal and Coke Corp. Lawyers statement of Local #570 judgement Enc: 1931 Memorandum from Office of President Lewis to Internat'l Board Members, Organizers, District Presidents C.A. Hughes and Company-Company letters Wage Scale Legal Dept. Nat'l Headquarters W. H. Piper and Company Dept. of Labor First Nat'l Bank in Sykesville Enc: news clipping,1931 "Fire Nearly Destroys Town (Arnot)" Enc: 1931 "Citizens Bank to Pay Dividend"(Blossburg) Enc: 1931 "Chief Purcell dies suddenly" (Blossburg) John L. Lewis Letter,1930 PA Federation of Labor Metropolitan Life Insurance Earl Houck, legal dept., nationals 1929 Michael Haryok 1922-1932
2Powers Hapgood Items, 1926
3 H Letters and Queries Hudzinski Corresp. Enc: news clipping, "Accused Ex-Bankers win suspended terms"-Blossburg, October 29, 1930 Enc: news clipping, "Big Meeting at Morris Run" November 20, 1930 Enc: news clipping, "Notice Depositors of old defunct Miners National Bank...Requested to attend meeting" S. J. Hudzinski, chairman Letters: negotiated agreement Morris Run, 28 May 1930 miners allowed to work at unfair mines-$1 to union a month in dues-controversy, 19 April 1 1922-1932
4 I-J Letters and Queries-lawyers, miners Jurchak (Lawyer) Jurchak-two death claims Barracks at Cresson Enc: two telegrams-Jurchak Enc: March 28, court legal papers-Superior and Supreme court of PA concerning Kerfonte v. Carroltown Coal Co. and Gasperin v. Consolidation Coal Co. Jurchak: Deberti v. Clearfield Coal Co. Medical consultation-Jurchak Enc: telegram-William Hargest Enc: telegram-Jurchak Enc: Report on work and expenses September 1924-December 1926 Letter Serbian Benevolent Society 1922-1932
5 I-J Letters Queries (lawyers, miners) Jurchak corresp. death claim Joyce, Deputy Sheriff, Commodore, PA 1922-1932
6 K Letters and Queries American Federation of Labor, January 1930 death claim, March 1931 Enc: telegram, AFL, April 15th Enc: telegram, Kennedy, $2,000, September 14, 1931 Enc: telegram, growth of communism AFL Endorsements for State Gov't List of abandoned local unions in PA, District #2 as of January 10, 1931 Enc: telegram, Death of Mark's daughter, regrets of Board Thomas Kennedy correspondence 1922-1932
7 K Letters and Queries Thomas Kennedy corresp. Local Union, miners, queries Attorney corresp. Permits to work in mines to organize Enc: two telegrams, Thomas Kennedy Enc: telegram to Mark from Kennedy, June 1927 Letter from Kintner-about Brophy, 2 June 1927 Jurchak takes $125 from woman in compensation case-all of her money, 8 July 1927 Enc: Thomas Kennedy telegram-wage scale conference, Princeton Univ. Enc: telegram-Committee on Officers' Reports Another Juchak complaint, 24 January 1929 Delegate, AFL contract Labor Party of PA, official letter Labor ticket-list of electors The Italian Society of Cresson Enc: telegram-Kennedy PA Federation of Labor Labor Party of PA Chicago Federation of Labor, 12 May 1928 Enc: telegram-Charles Kutz (labor) Oil City Central Labor Council Enc: telegram-Charles Kutz Names and numbers of Local seals, 29 May collected and sent to national Clearfield to Montreal, Toronto and Windsor Cherrytree Coal Co. letter-employee circular, 28 February 1928 Memorandum Agreement-UMWA, 24 August 1928 and Coal Operators' Association 1922-1932
8 Letters and Queries Telegrams Monetary Claims Enc: telegram exchange, James Mark-George Lewis John L. Lewis letter congradulating Shoemaker Agreement Labor (national weekly newspaper) Lewis Corresp. Report on conditions in District #2 to Lewis, October 31, 1931 Conditions at Nanty-Glo, Welsh Nanty-Glo Local, dissention against Mark in letter to Lewis Enc: telegram to Lewis-tonnage rates of payment (three pages) Selling of Halls and Barracks Coal Mining Review 1922-1932
9James Mark from John L.Lewis, March 18, 1929
10 Letters and Queries Lewis corresp. inc. comments on "Save the Union," "Ohio PA Relief," and "Brotherhood of Miners" Enc: news clipping, November 6, 1929 Illinois State Register, "J. L. Lewis' Reply to charges of Fraud" Silas Houck letter criticizing Mark and Ghizzoni to Lewis, 8 March 1929 Silas Houck letter to Lewis, 9 March 1929 Red element active in Nanty-Glo Enc: list of Labor Leaders who attended President Hoover's Conference November 21, 1929, dated Noveneber 27, 1929 Enc: Memoradum to Members of the Internat'l Exec. Bd., 29 August 1928 Enc: telegram, Lewis to Mark on conference Enc: telegram about revoking Local #521, Jamestown Enc: telegram, American Federation of Labor-William Green Enc: telegram, Funeral, Agnes Wilson Disposing of services of Houck September 19, 1928-Lewis 1922-1932
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521 M Letters and Queries Levi McConnaughey corresp. Telegrams Matt McElroy, Fort Smith, Arkansas Enc: telegram, 28 March 1928 Mark to McConnaughey-Punxutawney, PA on coal output for Rossiter, February 1928 Letter: McCreight, Deposit Nat'l Bank in DuBois, PA and reply Letter to Governor-Hernia Amendment to House Bill 1414 Synopsis of state police action, Strike 1927 Revoked Charter in District #2 for Morris Run Coal Mining Company and corresp., 15 Oct 1930 Enc: telegram-Phillip Murray List of worst offenders #1-#7, #1 being Sonman Shaft Report of coal output for Rossiter for the month of April, 1928 Enc: news clipping, "Coal Production cut by Holidays," 6 December 1928 (Phillipsburg- The Daily Journal) 1922-1932
2 M Letters inc. Levi McConnaughey Queries and replies Legal queries Renting out halls C. A. Hughes and Company, corresp. Levi McConnaughey investigations Thomas Little, Deputy Sheriff, Indiana Co.-felonious assault on William Sebastian, 12 November 1927, Attorney Margiotti Enc: list of barracks and available rooms at Rossiter C. A. Hughes and Co. average daily earning, 27 August 1929 and request for wage conference December 1931 C. A. Hughes protesting propaganda spreaders, August 1930 Legal queries for Margiotti Circular sent to Hoover Strike in Armstrong County described, 31 July 1931 Nat'l Safety Co. Layoff letters 1922-1932
3 M Letters, Queries inc. relief, legal matters, benefits Farmer-Labor Party endorsing Hoover Bulah Shaft Coal Company-satisfactory wage scale Central PA Miners' Relief Bureau, 1928 C. A. Hughes and Co. August 11, 1927 Enc: telegram, M. Glanding, Field Sec'y of Nat'l Kindergarden Association Enc: telegram, P. T. Fagan, "repeal of coal and iron police act" Enc: telegram, Peter Jurchak regarding compensation, 9 January 1929 The Federated Press Petrikin, attorney from Huntingdon Co.-consultation concerning death fund, 1929 Prison letter, Bellfonte-Forrest-Clark 1922-1932
4 Pocket Notebooks 1922-1932
5 M Letters inc. James Maurer corresp. (AFL) Legal Queries Queries and replies Margiotti corresp. Internat'l Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees Silas Houck corresp. George Moltey corresp. Enc: telegram, Phillip Murray-meeting in Washington with other district presidents, 28 November 1927 Enc: telegram-apportioning clothing and shoes, 10 December 1927 B. A. Sciotto and coal and iron police of Indiana, 6 December 1927 Margiotti-supplemental petitions in eviction cases Margiotti-case of Coffman v. Cascade Coal and Coke Co. July 21 to September 30, 1927 Margiotti relief case, Michael Hudak- Article 8, Section 1 of District #2 Constitution Enc: telegram, meeting in Portage-R. H. Moore, and the state of the district after the meeting with operators and the Scale Committee, 28 June 1927 to Murray Maurer, pres. State Federation of Labor Margiotti-payment of witnesses subpoened Old Age Pension Amendment-PA Federation of Labor, 6 April1927 Enc: telegrams, James Maurer- Old Age Pension Amendment Labor College of Philadelphia-waste elimination in Industry The Model Clothing Company-Jim Mack Margiotti: J and I Coal Co. v. Alloi UMWA and John Brown v. J and I Coal Co. and J. M. Malcolm, 19 May 1927 Rockhill Coal and Iron Co., Phillipsburg, PA PA Federation of Labor Enc: telegram-Murray, unable to furnish Slavic speaker Silas Houck corresp. Enc: legal statement, Guy Edmistan, 20 August 1921 1918-1932
6Tom Mooney Case: International Workers' Defense League, *** James Mark-Potential Scandal, (See Box 79a for letter) 19181929
7 N-O Letters, queries and replies Miners' Hospital of Northern Cambria-J. R. Nicholson, appreciation and appropriation Noonan-"shovel the bugdust in the gob" complaint and reply-two letters concerning conditions at Rimersburg, January-March, 1931 M. Nairn corresp. Foreign-born workers, mass meetings S. A. Nelson-demands relief (Gallitzin) Noonan corresp. Chicago Federation of Labor-purchase Pochontas Coal John O'Leary (Nat'l Bd. Member)-McDermott Appeal Case Charles O'Neill corresp., joint conference between miners and operators, May-June 1927 Enc: two telegrams, Mark to O'Neill, wage scale expiration Enc: North Western Mining and exchange rates, n.d. 1922-1932
8Northwestern Mining and Exchange Company/Blossburg Coal Company, John Forsyth, Operators' Commission, January 22, 1926
9 P Letters, queries, renting or selling meeting halls W. H. Piper and Co. corresp. inc. several Brophy letters PA Federation of Labor corresp. Enc: telegrams, W. H. Piper/Mark about strike contrary to agreement, 28 February 1930 Governor Pinchot recommending appointment of Ghizzoni, 1929 (Homer City) Punxatawney Spirit, editor, asking for publication Labor Day Message of Lewis, 1929 Piper Company meeting for revision of wage scale agreement, 1929 H. Petriken, attorney, Huntingdon PA Federation of Labor-Coal and Iron police legislation, 1931 Brophy from governor, June 1923 Anti-Eviction Bill-Kelley from Mark Governor Pinchot-addressing Anti-Eviction Bill Anti-Eviction Bill-Kelley to Brophy, 1923 W. H. Piper-from Mark-told Cowen to tell men to return to mines, March 1930 Guy Pesta, Buffalo, New York W. H. Piper-Gilday and Ghizzoni visit Pinchot for governor, committee-signed by Pinchot Congratulation letter to Pinchot from Mark, 8 November 1930 Letters asking Petriker either to pursue case v. Territo (overpaid $300) or return cancelled checks Pinchot letter-investigation into Nu Mine evictions Pinchot letter-Mark endorsing Clearfield County Chairman, H. U. Smith, October 1931 Appropriations for Miners' Hospital Letter from Nicholson concerning Miners' Hospital Check-off reduced, May 1931 Piper letter explaining fair costs to miners inc. housing, explosives, coal, July Pinchot letter, May 1931 Pinchot-answer to letter endorsed at Portage mass meeting, February 1931 Relief request inc. mention of Brophy at Sagamore 1922-1932
10 P Letters, queries and replies inc. meeting halls, relief Joe Podgianni-continue work in Kittanning until further notice on area pay scale, loaders, compensation Mayor of DuBois Transfer card Enc: Public Ledger, Philadelphia newsclippings: "10,000 PA Miners ordered to Quit" (June 25, 1927), "Soft Coal Miners Seek Support of Non-union Workers in Strike," "Bituminous Miners Seek Non-union Aid" William Parks Corresp. Hudak Johnstown Council-Protection of foreign-born workers, corresp. Enc: "Stop Persecution of Foreign-born workers" circular PA Federation of Labor-Protection for foreign-born workers, "I suppose they have some Communists in their ranks," 5 July 1927 List of National Council for Foreing-born workers, meetings Summer 1927 Johnstown Council P. F. B. W.-mass protest meeting, 12 June 1927 Marstellar Local-complaint against Coal Co. Beaverdale-complaints about Doghole P. P. Patrick, Nanty-Glo corresp. Prudential Insurance Co. 1927-1929
11 Q-R Letters and Queries W. W. Reed Coal Co. complaints Enc: telegram, 7 April 1928, C. Reisinger Enc: To citizens of New York, James Reed authorized to solicite relief Calvin Reinsinger relates travels seeking relief in New York (C. R. -Baltimore Federation of Labor) Sec'y of the Chamber of Commerce, Indiana, PA-July, 1931 Auditor General's Office-Harrisburg Mary Reilly corresp. Tony Ross, postcard Senator Morris-clerk's reply to Mark August Quinett 1922-1932
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531Letters and Queries B. A. Sciotto corresp. James Mark v. Robert St. Clair, 19 April 1929 PA Central Light and Power Company United Mine Workers Journal-editor, Searles corresp. Eviction notice to Sciotto for Indiana, 26 March 1931 Conditions at Ehrenfeld Searles corresp. UMWA President's office memorandum, 31 October 1930 Indiana, PA-final orders for the execution of deeds-14 premises, 26 January 1931 Sciotto-4 cases (1927) getting injunctions dissolved, 12 February 1930 UMWA v. Robert St. Clair Inquiries about Mike Domchak-formerly active in "Save the Union" Shoemaker Coal Co. corresp. P. T. Fagan Sciotto-the National Miners Union, those "long haired communists" from Russia, 18 June 1931 Inmate letters-John Smith List of individuals subject to eviction proceedings in Armstrong Co., 6 August 1931 Labor Day message of John L. Lewis, 1929 List of deeds (Sciotto) Thomas Sterling, sec'y Morris Run Local, corresp. Letter to Silas----? from Arthur Taylor about dissent against Mark and start of new union (Huntingdon, 7 May 1929)
2 S Letters and queries Slifko's lay off letter from Mark, 1929 Enc: telegram, office sec'y Bureau of Industrial Relations-arrange conference with governor The Miners National Bank, Blossburg Dispute with Local #1134, Grassflat which passed a motion to petition coal company Enc: newsclipping, June 1928-"Corporal Rodgers walks into Miners Meeting then walks out again..." "Portage Chapter a new hotbed of Reds..." Shoemaker Coal Co.-corresp. with Lewis Letter of authorization to solicite relief in Harrisburg and York Enc: newsclipping, 24 February 1928-Johnstown "Food and Clothes now in Relief Stores are to be Distributed Immediately" PA Electric Co 1922-1932
3 S Letters and Queries Sciotto-Commonwealth v. W. Jeffries, are being followed by detectives (Sciotto-Ruffner), Indiana, September 1927 Clearfield Bituminous Coal Corporation v. James Mark, et. al. defendants, September 1927 and Indiana Comm. v. Charlie Cook Indiana Local #1056, Gallitzin-newsletter-"Our Local officers are working without pay...demand that district officers...discontinue receiving full pay." 25 August 1927 Enc: telegram, Sciotto-appointment with Mark and another attorney Shawmut Mining Co.-St. Mary's, can't afford to pay more than $6.00 per hour Joseph Slifko corresp. John H. Stephens, attorney-Johnstown Kintner Case Enc: telegram, Slifko, meet me in Clearfield, 1 July 1927 George Utzinger v. Buffalo and Susquehanna Coal and Coke Co.- compensation for partial disability T. D. Stiles, service Sales Co. Pitt Terminal Coal Corp.-help wanted notice, 19 April 1927 (Sciotto) UMWA v. Robert St. Clair Letters from Nanty-Glo criticizing Mark for discharging Boardmaster Welsh, "you tried in everyway you could" signed by men of Local #1386, 15 February 1929 Mark-short answer to Nanty-Glo 1922-1932
4 T Letters and queries UMWA Journal, June 1927 Arthur Taylor corresp. Letter from Taylor attacking Mark, 1929 Fee and Tomb, attorneys-Gilbert account against District #2 for $1415.49 for lumber Relief requests District #17 West Virginia Fred Thomas corresp. Newsletter-checkweighmen and cart rovers- Local #1294, DuBois from Thomas Enc: newsclipping, 11 January 1931 "United Mine Workers Prevent Meeting of Reorganized Union"-The Fairmont Times, Fairmont, West Virginia Guy Testa corresp. Enc: telegram, Fred Thomas, 17 July 1931 1922-1932
5 T Letters and queries Arthur Taylor, production at Robertsdale for 12 days, August 1928 Arthur Taylor corresp. Enc: newsclippings-"Blast Wrecks No. 8...at Woodvale last Night" Authorization for soliciting relief in Reading Bernard Timms, Barnesboro corresp. Taylor, beatings by state police, 23 January 1928 Tetlow-terrible accident with auto, 11 August 1927 1927-1928
6 U-V Letters and queries U. S. Fuel Administration, 15 August 1918 Query for relief (1929) C. Veronisi and Son, Groceries-Force, PA-offer to buy hall Meto Volosen Taxi Service, Twin Rocks, PA-renting hall, 1930 1918-1932
7 W Letters, queries and telegrams Enc: telegram to Henry Waran, care of John L. Lewis-meet Sciotto in Indiana, James Mark Acknowledge receipt of 20 barrels of flour-Julius Weisburg William Welsh corresp. Circular, n.d., The Executive Board of District #2 is ready to negotiate with the operators 1922-1932
8 W Letters, telegrams, queries Welsh corresp. Local cheat on death claim Emeigh Enc: telegram-William Welsh/Nanty-Glo, "Better sign some name, use mine along with yours" Welsh from Mark-cripple the mines Query if possible to collect relief for miners' asthma Enc: telegram-Weber (House of Representatives) from Mark "vote for and do everything in your power to have the Old Age Pension Amendment passed" G. Watso-loading at Victor 17 mine at Emeigh, belonging to Peale, February 16-29, 1928 Central PA Miners Relief Bureau Enc: telegram, 27 March 1928-From Welsh to Mark-Strike April 1st Free Synagogue, New York Donation Enc: telegram, 6 October 1927-Mark from Wehrum, conference Enc: handwritten list of organizers David Williams, Dept. of Labor and Industry, 5 February 1929 Layoff letter to Welsh Rebuttal letter to Welsh 1927-1929
9 Y-Z Letters and queries Relief (Arthur Verner) Circular to Local Unions of District #2 President, District #2 sending relief 1927-1931
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541 Memoranda Agreements concerning work, etc. Official letters Constitutional queries Minutes from meeting, November 26, 1935 at Penn Alto Hotel, Altoona (Mr. Caseley, pres.) Notice to members RE: work week, 24 September 1942 Emeigh, PA reply to constitutional question, 29 June 1940 Constitutional queries: Nu Mine, December 1941; Clarence, March 1937; Sagamore, April 1935; Central City, March 1936 1935-1942
2 A-F Memoranda, resolutions, policies, agreements Tonnage/men employed at mines Brophy from Charles O'Neill, March 1927 Resolutions of Policy Committees United Clerical, Technological and Supervisory Employees of the Mining Industry Newsletter, 30 October 1945 List of Strip Mines and locations Names and locations of non-organized strip mines in Terr. #8, District #2, September 28, 1945 and organized mines in Terr. #8 List of Strip Mines in Huntingdon, Bedford and Somerset Counties, October 2, 1945 (tonnages, no. of miners, dues, contract status, pay rate) List of strip mines Barnesboro Territory-B. Timms, October 1, 1945 Status of Brentwood and Mahoning Companies-B. Askey, November 12, 1945 "Letters to Bunny Askey, thanking him for his past services...." Official letter from Local #7028, Sagamore-six day week, 25 November 1942 PA Dept. of Labor and Industry-compensation, 9 November 1945 Official endorsement for sheriff of Clearfield County, Roxy David from Mark Budget, Ernest, PA (Lucerne Mines), 2 October 1933 Enc: telegram, L. Evans, Culver, PA from Mark-"Miners of locals #6394, #6411, #7091 remain idle...until notified" 13 May 1939 and to Conemaugh, PA Peter Ferrara, Indiana, PA-protest over P. McDermott being put on ballot for president of District #2, 19 November 1926 Answer to Ferrara's complaint from Brophy, 22 November 1926 1933-1946
2aCIO Organization of Broad Top Region-Defiance Iron Works, July 23, 1941
2bFederal Mine Inspector Applications/Corresp., 1941
3Committee for Democracy General letter of Declaration, J. W. Brown, Chairman, F. V. McCloskey, Sec'y Resolution on Amendment to Constitution from a meeting held in Johnstown, 23 August 1942 with 26 locals represented Announcement for candidacy for president of Internat'l UMWA of Roy Edmunson Letter to all District presidents and Internat'l Board Members from acting pres. Hugh White in regards to division in the ranks, 13 June 1944 Notice to Lewis, preferring charges v. Thomson, Willis and Chance of Locals #959 and #232, Illinois Enc: Circular-"Call Midwest and Eastern Conference for Autonomy and Self Government, 2 July 1944" Credentials for representatives to the conference on Autonomy and self government, UMWA Circular letter of Committee for Democracy Circular-"Call by Local Unions #764, #7840 an #49 UMWA Springfield, Illinois" concerning finances Enc: list of officers and men who attended first meeting"Resolution on Miners' Democracy" Enc: National Coal Association Bulletin Supplement (2124) "Wage scale increases asked...proposed corrections of mining practices..."-policy committee, Enc: Newspaper-like circulars "Lewis hell bent on creating national discontent, Phil Murray declares"-inc. var cartoons of Lewis 9 March 1943
4Committee for Democracy Copies of items in Folder #3 inc. flyers and circulars Newsletter "Autonomy and Self Government District #12 UMWA"-radio address Denounciation (circular) of Committee of Democracy, announcing authorized meeting of UMWA, 4 June 1944 Call for the 38th Consecutive Convention of the UMWA-Washington, D.C., 1 July 1944 Midwest and Eastern Conference Autonomy and Self-Government UMWA District #2-John Cowan, Jr. acting chairman Announcement of Edmunson's resignation, 15 May 1944 (Pres. Dist. #12) Enc: copy, The Voice, 18 August 1944 Fourteen separate flyers, each containing one resolution-Local #6370, Acosta, PA, Enc: copy, The Observer, n.d. 1 May 1946
5Committee for Democracy Booklet-Proceedings-conference on Autonomy and Self-Government, District #12, UMWA, 4 June 1944, Springfield Booklet-Proceedings-Midwest and Eastern Conference on Autonomy and Self-Government UMWA, Cincinnati, 2 July 1944 Resolution-20 copies, unsigned Two flyers, 11 July 1944
6 G-K United States Employment Service letters inc. legal matters, queries, sale of halls MacDonaldton Union Hall (Local) Resolution-Use of Company doctors be abolished, money turned over to local M.D., Local #600, Nu Mine, PA Earl Houck, Director of Legal Dept. UMWA, Washington, D.C. United States Employment Service, List of Locals, last day of work, 18 Oct 1945 Commissioner's Report on Fine, date of investigation, 21 September 1942, Date of Strike: July 27-30, 1942 Allegheny River Company Commissioner's Report on Fine, date of investigation: 1 June 1944, Date of Strike: December 6-8, 1943 Shaft and Slope Mines-Kopper's Coal Division Amount of bonds purchased by members of District #2, contributions to Red Cross, USO-number of men (Dist. #2) in armed services, No. killed or missing and No. wounded, 14 August 1944, T. Kennedy from Mark Forty resolutions from Ernest, Local #599, forwarded to Kennedy by Mark for consideration of wage policy committee, 29 January 1945 Enc: telegram, 17 May 1943 from Lewis, O'Leary and Kennedy to H. L. Ickes, Solid Fuels Coordinator for War and Custodian of the Mines, Bituminous and Anthracite, Washington, D.C. National Coal Association corresp. National War Labor Board Enc: telegram, 17 May 1943-Lewis from Ickes, Sec'y of the Interior. Mine employees are now working for the gov't. Terms and conditions of Employment-to all operating managers for the United States for Bituminous Coal Mines, 20 November 1943 1933-1946
7 L-M Letters and queries Coal Mine Section, PA Compensation Rates and Inspection Bureau Enc: list of stripping operators which are not under contract with the UMWA, list of those which are. Houtzdale, PA, 21 November 1945 United States Employment Service National Labor Relations Board-list of polling place locations for Area #10, Indiana County, March 1945 Memorandum to each Bituminous District President from J. L. Lewis, 11 September 1945 J. Long, attorney, Punxsatawney, PA, 7 May 1946 Enc: list average monthly car expense over 6 month period Clearfield Bituminous Coal Corporation, Indiana, PA, 25 February 1936 J. Mark letter-History of trouble between the UMWA and Local #110 of the Internat'l Brotherhood of Teamsters, Chauffers, etc. of America, Johnstown, PA (5 copies) Enc: Four delegate certificates, 18 August 1942 endorsing Mark for the 37th Consecutive Constitutional Convention Enc: telegram-Novotany, Mrozek, Hess confessed mishandling union funds, Jamestown, PA, March 6th, 19? Names of men expelled from Union for Affiliation with "certain dual groups" ie. "Save the Union" 1933-1946
7a"Labor's Best Tool" reprint from The New Republic of January 30, 1935
7bJames Mark request for transfer card, 1933
8 L Letters, queries and replies J. L. Lewis corresp. Telegrams Relief issues The Polk Sanitary Milk Co.-query into the whereabouts and death of long lost father-miner (Polk County, Indianapolis) Percy Tetlow accident/amputation (Pres. District 17), 28 July 1927 Enc: telegrams Mark/Lewis conditions of district, May 1927 T. L. Lewis, Charleston, West Virginia, former sec'y of Coal Operators, advising Mark to stop Strike, 2 July 1927 List of mines on strike, District #2 (Rep. of Scabadsag [Liberty]), 12 October 1927 Enc: telegram Lewis from Mark-"Three mines at Windber, Somerset County came on strike" Lewis from Mark-conditions in District, April 13, 1927 Meeting with Bituminous Coal Operators, Philadelphia, 23 May 1927, request that Lewis attend, dated 17 May 1927 Results of meeting, 2 June 1927 Enc: two telegrams on Wage Scale Conference called for 21st Results of Conference of June 24th with Mine Operators, 28 June 1927 Conditions which now exist in District, 8 July 1927 Enc: telegram, concerning retention of Silas Houck, 30 June 1927 Lewis from Mark Enc: telegram "Dispense with services of traveling auditor Silas Houck," 30 June 1927, Mark from Lewis Enc: telegram "expect senate to pass favorably...investigation...possible testimony policy of railroads" Mark from Lewis, 9 February 1928 B. A. Sciotto-matter of Paul Sinoskey, threatened explosions of the Penn Public Service property, 9 February 1928 Eugene Liddle W. W. Reed Coal Co., Dudley, PA, 21 January 1928 Powers Hapgood expelled, illegally joined another local Conditions of District, 1 November 1927 March 9, 1928 "Save the Union" meeting, quotes of Welsh and Pat Toshey Relief complaint, Portage Local, figures to support, 12 April 1928 1927-1929
9 N-S Charles O'Neill corresp. John Owens corresp. Resolutions from the 1920's The Central Pennsylvania Coal Producers Association Superintendent of Cambria County Public Schools Unemployment Compensation Board of Review Reitz Coal Company, 2 October 1934 Lamp Dispute-Lucerne Mines, 2 September 1942 Waterman #2 Mine, List of Boom Boys and Motormen R and P Coal-Digest of Official Interpretations of the Memorandum of Agreement dated 3 November 1943, between the Sec'y of the Interior and the President of the UMWA Roland Sesti corresp. F. D. Smith, Area Director U. S. Employment Service, Williamsport Three, 2 April 1946 Premo Strini, Homer City, directions for unemployment compensation in Indiana, 11 January 1946 Enc: Resolution Adopted by the Undersigned Local Unions at Indiana, PA, 12 September 1923 Enc: Resolutions read and adopted by Local #2342, Lawsonham, PA, 30 March 1923 Enc: "A Questionaire...will the officials of District #2 answer these questions?" addressed to Brophy, Pres. District #2 from members of Local #861 Cresson, PA, 3 October 1923 Enc: "Resolution adopted by delegates of Somerset County Local Unions, 14 August 1923" Broad Top Coal Operators' Association, Philadelphia, 30 April 1927 Memorandum-Broad Top Bonus 1923-1946
9aNewsclippings from 1939
9bNewsclippings from 1940
9cNewsclippings from 1941
10 T-Z Enc: Full page ad, sponsored by Western PA Coal Operators' Association, "New Move but John L. Lewis Threatens Coal Production of the Nation" February 28, 1943, Pittsburg Press List of Local Unions, area they belong to, and chairman of area to whom contributions should be sent. Bernie Timms from Arthur M. Stull-Sup't Cambria County Public Schools, 13 October 1944 Work stoppage-Westinghouse,14 Sept. 1945 Unemployment Compensation Board of Review, date of decision-January 8, 1946 United States Senate, Committee on Banking and Currency Bill S.380, January 22, 1945 and Congressional Record, January 22, 1945 List of Companies, location of mines, approximate no. of men employed, daily tonnage, 5 October 1945 Chain breakage, company refuses to pay-Barr Mine, 14 March 1943 Office of War Information-National War Labor Board 1933-1946
11 M Problems at Melcroft Mine concerning doctor, co. store prices, protests met with dismissal 1950
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561 Enc: telegram, Funeral of Neal J. Ferry Copy of Ruling with respect to Appalachian agreement by Colonel Philip Fleming 1940
2 A-B Letters, queries and telegrams Joe Babich corresp. Death claims Tony Badiali corresp. Enc: telegram, meeting policy committee Enc: telegrams, Charles Balog Cost of Explosion at McIntyre June 30, 1941, death benefits for six, and flowers Andy Baranto corresp. CIO-Barbers and Beauty Culturists of America Band M Coal Co. Rimby Barger corresp. John Barras corresp. Dirty Coal at Bakerton, February 7, 1942 Enc: telegram, Brnes and Tucker Co. Richard T. Toddhunter G. M.-strike in unwarranted and violates contract Enc: telegram, Frank Barnhart Enc: telegram, "Labor in PA...is substantially in favor of Judge Smith" (for PA Governor) 1941-1942
3 A-B Letters, queries and telegrams Boulton and Boulton Attorneys, Clearfield (arbitrator, scale agreements), resignation Work Permits, fines Enc: telegram-Mark from William Blizzard, Sherman Tucker v. Local #850 Enc: telegram-Explosion at Revloc, March 13, 1941, four killed, Mark from Black Walter Black corresp. Miners, businessmen, operators of Cambria County buy bombing plane (proposal), 3 February 1942 Enc: telegram, Black from Mark, 9 March 1942 Enc: four page copy, Bituminous Coal Research, March, June, September 1941, January, April 1942 (5 issues) Bituminous Coal Research, Inc.-6 page letter explaining Research for 1942, progress in 1941, member companies, officers, directors, Technical Advisory Board Enc: telegram-Mark from Thompson-tribute to Bittner Swank (local) Situation, June 1942 Enc: telegram-Maryland Shaft Strike-Berwind and White Coal Mining, November 21st Berwind and White Coal Co. corresp. Enc: telegrams-Berwind and White-concerning strike, picketing, Eureka 30, 37 and 40, August 18th Inquiry from N. Berezonsky regarding "shovelling the machine slack into the gob" Enc: telegrams-Nick Berezonski from Mark- #6 Mine Loyalhanna illegal strike, dedication of hall Levi McConnaughey 1941-1942
4 A-B Letters, telegrams, queries Enc: telegram n.d., M. Butchko from Mark, "Policy Comm...reconvene in NYC, 2:30PM March 31st" R and P Coal from Committee for Cleaning Plants Operators Explosion problem, 12 February 1941 Margaret Burger corresp. J. W. Buckwalter, notary public, Portage, PA Enc: copy "Address of John Brophy before the PA State Industrial Union Council Convention, Harrisburg, PA, 30 April 1941" Defence and Democracy Enc: telegram, Moshannon-Smithing Mine, strike in violation of wage agreement, 3 June 1941 Roy Breth corresp., Emeigh, PA Peale, Peacock and Kerr, Bituminous and Anthracite Coal, St. Benedict, PA Cherry Tree Coal Co., St. Benedict, PA President District #2, Shamokin, Mart F. Brennan Democratic Committee of Cambria County Windber #35-upper (Eureka), "old folks home" all miners between 55-70 years J. Boyko corresp. Enc: list-Personnel of Eureka no. 35-upper mine as of April 4, 1942 inc. age, occup., physical condition, earnings Enc: telegram, 31 October 1942, Boyko from Mark 1941-1942
5 A-B Telegrams, letters, queries Louis Austin, Pres. District #11 Enc: legal notice-Bunny Askey, complaint v. Rochester and Pittsburgh Coal Co., Helvetia Mine Bunny Askey corresp. Enc: telegram, list of Fred Thomas pall-bearers, from Mark Arrow Coal Co., Rockingham, PA Argyle Coal Co., Johnstown, PA District #31, West Virginia Enc: telegram, 19 August 1941 Enc: telegram, mobile loaders controversy-Lucerne Mines, 8 October 1941 Annual Report of activities, Indiana County Red Cross, January-December 1940 Helen Glasser, sec'y of Red Cross, Indiana County, corresp. Enc: circular letter-"All out for the Red Cross" Partial report of Indiana County American Red Cross Activities-1 November 1940 to 1 November 1941 R and P Coal Co. Enc: American National Red Cross Enrollment Form Enc: pamphlet-"All out for Defense with the Cambria County American Red Cross, 1941, 1942" Various Red Cross corresp. Enc: telegrams-hotel reservations, etc. Amalgamated Clothing Workers District #14 Missouri demands, 17 August 1942 Adrian Hospital, Punxsutawney 1941-1942
6 C Letters, queries, telegrams Clearfield Bituminous Coal Corp., Indiana, PA, March-May 1941 corresp. Clearfield Community Chest Enc: telegrams-policy committee dates in NYC, June 1941 Enc: telegram-conference called all officers of CIO Locals Consolidation Coal Co. corresp.-"more complaints than with any other company in Central PA"-Somerset, PA Heisley Coal Company, G. E. Cowan, Pres. Monroe Coal Mining Co. Enc: telegrams-Mark from Cowan, "employees on illegal strike" R. E. George, Mine Inspector 1940-1942
7 C C. E. Cowan, Red Lands Coal Co. Enc: telegram, 20 October 1942-"stop strike at Cardiff" O. J. Carithers, New Florence Enc: telegram, Carrolltown Coal Company Enc: telegram, Cherry Tree Coal Co. Citizens Coal Co., Johnstown Johnstown Chamber of Commerce, W. C. Mulhollen, July 1941 Enc: telegram- Heath Clark from Mark Enc: memorandum-Clearfield Bituminous Coal changed to New York Central Railroad Co., 17 June 1942 Enc: telegrams-"400 men in violation of present agreement" A. J. Musser, Indiana (Clymer) "Unauthorized Strike," January 26 1940-1942
8 D Enc: telegram-Barnes and Tucker, Miners illegal strike, 14 August 1941 Old Age Pension Query-J. L. Dougherty, Meyersdale Enc: telegram-mine idle due to illegal strike, Duncan Spangle Coal Co., Spangler John B. Dush corresp., Helvetia, PA Private Joseph Dussia, PA Motor Police, Punxsutawney 1940-1942
9 D Distillery Workers Organizing Committee William Buggey, Dixonville Coal Co., 16 April 1942 Enc: telegram-illegal strike in Randolph Two Mine, Dixonville C. Donaldson, V. Pres. District #2 Enc: telegram-Donaldson from Mark O. E. Casaway, pres. District #50 John L. Lewis from Donaldson-investigation of complaint of D. McDonald/conditions in Reynoldsville Section (Territory #5, District #2) Enc: telegram-Donaldson from Mark, 9 September 1941 1940-1942
10 D UMWA Truckers' and Salesmen's Division-information, Listing of mines, both strip and shaft, working force-union and non-union, price per load for Indiana, PA Richard DiAngelis Enc: telegram-M. Degretto from Mark Peter Demchak John H. Dent, U.S. Senate, 11 March 1941 1940-1942
11 John Dalziel-mine starts checkweighman situation, Cadogan, PA Ernest Davies corresp. District #31 West Virginia, C. F. Davis Enc: telegram-Mark from C. F. Davis, 28 March 1941 Enc: telegram-Mrs. D. W. Davis from Mark-regret death of husband John Davis, Clymer-Victory Coal Committee Richard DiAngelis 1940-1942
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571 E Letters, queries Lewis Evans corresp. Ebensburg Lumber Co.-cost of building a hall, December 1940 Enc: telegram, Evans, Colver, PA from Mark Enc: telegrams, Revloc Strike, Mark from Evans, July 29-31, 1941 Chartering of new unions-Indiana County 1940-1942
2 E Letters, Queries Lewis Evans Corresp. List of local unions attending meeting August 24, 1942 at Nanty-Glo and resolution List of towns, local union numbers, paid membership, exonerated members, total membership Enc: telegram, Ebensburg Coal Co. illegal strike Ray Edmunson, Pres. District #12 Bunny Askey 1941-1942
3 F Letters, queries, telegrams Checkweighmen controversy-Mencle, PA James Furgiuele, Mencle, PA Fine Controversy, Cresson, PA Enc: telegram, Scalp Level-permission to work six days one week, donate wages to national defense Russel Foltz, Scalp Level corresp. Enc: telegram, invitation to meeting in Scalp Level Token vacation payment Anthony Witfield v. Rockhill Coal Co. Harold D. Fike 1941-1942
4 F Letters, queries Joseph Feist corresp. Enc: telegrams, Peter Ferrara, Indiana, August 1940 Enc: telegram, Joe Feist from Mark, 28 January 1941 Central Labor Union of Johnstown Enc: Application for membership-Transport Workers Union of America 1940-1942
5 F Letters, queries, telegrams Joseph Feist corresp. Lifting of the charter of Local #5234, Johnstown 1940-1942
6 Letters, queries, telegrams Alex Farley corresp. P. T. Fagan Report on Committee appointed by P. T. Fagan to look over labor legislation, 17 March 1941 Enc: telegram, mine disaster at Kent No. 2 of R and P-P. T. Fagan, 3 July 1941 Enc: telegram, Fagan from Mark John F, Foreman, Central PA Safety Association Annual First Aid Meet Protest of local to certain provisions relating to rates of pay-Heilwood 1940-1942
7 G Letters, queries, telegrams Senators Guffey, Davis Fred Gustafson List of names of members of Westville Local who want to belong to Local #2297 Louis Gallagher Ice Cream Co. Enc: telegram, Coal Mining Co. of Graceton. Fifty coke ovens going cold must be recharged or even if agreement is signed men will lose week's work-17 April 1941 1940-1942
8 G Letters, queries Resolution, Clymer, PA-regarding drilling rock holes, loading out rolls and dirty slack, etc., 3 June 1941 Discrimination claim James LeCarre, Houtzdale List-wages of men working in both the pick and the machine coal mine (Apple Coal Co., Local #7569), 7 February 1942 Enc: Official circular, 23 January 1942 Enc: telegram, Mark from Scalp Level Strip mines, small mines in Clarion Co. United States Dept. of the Interior, Bituminous Coal Division List of companies and dates they signed contracts with UMWA Civilian Defense Council, DuBois Commonwealth of PA, Dept. of Labor and Industry, Bureau of Rehabilitation Information by John Ghizzoni, Barr Mine, C. B. C. Dixonville 1941-1942
9 G Letters, queries, telegrams John and Charles Ghizzoni corresp. Support for Barber and Beauty, Culturists of America, C. I. O. Hospital grievances Enc: telegram, February 18th, Coal Run to return to work Enc: telegram, R and P violations, 15 April 1941 Death Claim, Aultman Enc: Official Circular, District #17, 10 April 1942 Enc: telegram, Ghizzoni from Mark, 19 August 1942 Unsigned Resolution-"Take Girls into Union" Enc: telegram, Mark from Ghizzoni List of officers and mine committees elected to represent Garfield Coal Co. and Local #6414, 1942 Compensation case, Portage O. E. Gasaway Enc: telegram, Mark from Gasaway Thurston Garver v. Keystone Mining Co. Enc: telegrams Anthony Gardner corresp. George Green 1940-1942
10 H-J Letters, telegrams, newsclippings Enc: newsclipping, 15 May 1941-"Formation of New Coal Co. is Announced-Antrim" Enc: telegram, Mark from Hughes, 3 November 1942 Enc: telegram, Mark from Local #860, April 28th Compensation Dept. UMWA at Johnstown Oak Ridge-Belmont Coal Corporation Director, Illinois State Industrial Council Imperial Coal Corp. United States Dept. of the Interior, Bituminous Coal Division-Freebook Corp. Case Information from Docket No. 1673-FD, Pittsburgh and Shawmut Enc: telegram, Mark from J. M. Cook-unauthorized strikes in Indiana and Cambria Industrial Colleries Corp. Official Agreement Internat'l Fur and Leather Workers State W. P. A. Administrator George Jacobs, Iselin, PA Arthur H. James, Governor, PA House Coal Issue Johnstown Sanitary Dairy Johnstown Democrat Co. Joseph Jones, St. Benedict The Central PA Coal Producers Association, Altoona-conference 17 August 1942 Enc: telegram, Mark from Walter E. Jones-funeral Mark Potter Enc: telegrams, Mark from Walter E. Jones 1941-1942
11 H-J Letters, queries, telegrams John Hanzel, S. Hudzinski corresp. Enc: UMWA Local #6394, Conemaugh Ballot Enc: John Hanzel, sec'y Local #6411 from Mark Compensation Dept. UMWA Captive Mine strike, Johnstown, December 1941 Thomas Kennedy circular-37th Constitutional Convention Enc: Statement issued to the Press for immediate release, 28 June 1942 by Frank Hefferly, Pres. District #15 Enc: telegram, Mark from F. Hefferly Enc: telegram, November 21st-Mark from Hesbon Coal Co.-unauthorized strike Transfer queries Fine shortage, 23 March 1942 Morrisdale Coal Mining Co., Resolutions Copy: "To PA Congressional Representatives" Commonwealth of PA Dept. of Labor and Industry PA Sec'y of Labor and Industry PA Industrial Union Council County Prothonotary, Cambria Enc: telegram, 23 July 1941-W. K. Hopkins, UMWA, Washington, D. C. Fining complaints Enc: telegram, 19 September 1942, S. Hudzinski from Mark Enc: newsclipping-"Morris Run is all out for Defense" 1941-1942
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581 K-L Letters, queries, telegrams Enc: telegram, 9 May 1941-C. Kune, Cadogan from Mark Albert J. Kapolka, Portage Complaint v, Berwind and White Coal Mining Co., 5 March 1941 Dept. of Revenue, Bureau of Motor Vehicles-Mark's car hit Thomas Kennedy corresp. Enc: telegram, Mark from Kennedy, September 9th Mrs. John L. Lewis funeral Enc: telegram, Mark from Kennedy-Legislative Bill Enc: copy of postal telegram to Sec'y Public Utilities Commission from District Presidents #1-#9 New Federal Mine Inspection Bill Absenteeism and Cross-Shifting Agreement Joseph Kodman, Clymer The Koppers Coal Co. New Union Hall costs, Rockingham, PA John Stanley Kot Enc: telegram-Walt J. Kowalski from Mark, 14 July 1942 Enc: telegram, Mark from Kowalski M. Kowalski fines James LeCorre Bernard Timms 1940-1942
2 K-L Letters, queries, telegrams, enclosures Michael Kulbago The Kramer Community Band David E. Layton Enc: telegram, J. Lease from Mark James LeCorre Enc: Absenteeism and daily production and monthly record of employees, days worked and lost and distribution of total production-Bituminous Coal Producers Board for District #1, March 1941 and March 1942 (both sheets blank) $20.00 token vacation payments A. J. Leane A. H. Letzler, State Senator Enc: telegram, J. Liptka from Mark-Moshannon Smithing illegal strike, 3 June 1941 Jesse P. Long, attorney-St. Mary's sewer pipe case Enc: telegram, UMWA Clearfield from Loyalhanna Coal and Coke Co., 22 April 1942 Loyalhanna Coal and Coke Co., labor troubles and strikes, mines #6 and 7 Enc: telegram, Mark from Loyalhanna Coal and Coke Co. I. Lubin, Commissioner of Labor Statistics, U. S. Dept. of Labor, 16 February 1942 Enc: telegram, Mark from Raymond Lucas, Graceton 1941-1942
3 K-L Letters, queries, telegrams Enc: telegram, Raymond Lucas from Mark, 5 February 1942 John L. Lewis corresp. Honorable W. H. Davis, Chairman National War Labor Board Enc: telegrams Mark from Lewis, November and December Conscientious objector, Nanty-Glo (Lewis from Mark), 3 December 1942 Employment of women query Industrial Collieries Corporation R and P Coal Controversy in Homer City-shuttle car operator Enc: telegrams between Lewis and Mark Enc: telegram, Mark from Lewis about Southern Wage Conference Enc: telegram, Mark from Lewis-Memorandum to Presidents of all districts, 24 September 1942 Enc: telegrams, Mark from Lewis Letter to Lewis from Paul Chilton, Cassandra, telling of C. I. O. supported movement in District #2 to oust Lewis-those reportedly involved: Phillip Murray, Faber, McClosky, "that lousy rat Jack Brophy" Jehovah Witness controversy in District #2, 13 July 1942 Enc: telegram, Lewis from Russell Foltz, Windber about Phillip Murray trial, 6 June 1942 Coalport Local-"members oppose the action against Phillip Murray" Local #393, Hastings-Resolutions opposing Murray decision Local #6411, Johnstown-condemns dismissal of Murray Portage complaint on Murray Case Enc: telegram, Mark from Lewis-captive mines situation, 4 October Charles O'Neill, Central PA Coal Producers' Association Koppers Coal Division memorandum 1941-1942
4 K-I Letters, queries, telegrams J. L. Lewis corresp. Appalachian Joint Wage Agreement, June 19th Southern Wage Agreement, 5 July 1941 Enc: telegram, Mark from Lewis-illegal strike at Portage, December 18th Enc: telegrams, Mark from Lewis, November-December Enc: telegram, Mark from Lewis regarding Lucerne Mines, October 28th Enc: telegrams, Mark from Lewis, October including one concerning Lucerne Mines, October 21st Enc: telegrams, Mark from Lewis-captive situation, September-October Memorandum from Lewis concerning captive mine situation Enc: telegram, Lewis from Mark-Johnstown strike, 15 September 1941 Mark letter reporting on negotiations-wage scale agreement in Central PA, 13 September 1941 Enc: telegram, Mark from Lewis-Committee on Rivers and Harbors, 7 August 1941 Enc: telegrams, Mark from Lewis Doctor controversy-Ernest, PA Enc: telegram, Walt Williams-Moshannon Smithing Coal Company from Lewis Enc: telegram, Mark from Lewis-Resolutions from Robertsdale Local, 5 May 1941 Enc: telegram, Lewis from William Arthurton, Nu Mine 1941-1942
5 M General Corresp. Fines for Sympany Strike Overtime work Wage scale agreements Grievances Penn State Maintenance course 1941-1942
6 M Penalty clause Queries: UMWA Policies Local requests resignation of president Strike at Clymer, captive mines T. P. Dolan update 1941-1942
7 M Queries: UMWA Policies Dirty Coal Question Wage Scale Agreements Committee for Democracy within UMWA Mine disaster at McIntyre Enc: telegrams 1941-1942
8J. Mark-Levi McConnaughey, Queries: UMWA Policies Grievances Checkweighmens' election grievances Car-chunking 1941-1942
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591 N-R Letters, queries, memoranda Memorandum-"Meeting with mine committees, William Parks at Central City," 17 May 1941-$5.00 a day, costs per ton of coal William Parks corresp. Checkweighmen controversy Meeting attendance Pasternick Enc: telegram, 7 August 1942, Scalp Level Strike from Mark Enc: telegram, 18 June 1942 to Pauley from Mark Richard Peule, Cherry Tree C. C. Pennet, Rossiter PA Coal and Coke Corp. Claims (see Parks) J. Parapot, Nu Mine Enc: telegram, 5 April 1941, Mark (NYC Conference) from Nu Mine loading queries Enc: telegram, 3 November 1942, Parks from Mark Enc: telegram, 14 September 1942, Parks from Mark Parks suspended for malfeasance in office, public intoxication, 1 October 1942 (letter) Enc: insert, Guardian Disability Policy, Policy No. 3 GM Enc: brochure, 'Partial list of claims paid by Marstellar and Gallitzin Insurance Co.' Enc: brochure, 'Metropolitan Casualty Insurance Co.' Enc: brochure, 'Loyalty Group Insurance Co.,' December 1939 Enc: telegram to Locals of District #2 from Mark-Return to work Wednesday April 30th, 29 April 1941 Enc: telegram, Central PA Coal Producers' Association Charles O'Neill corresp. Enc: telegram, Mark from O'Neill, January 27th Enc: telegram, Mark from O'Neill, January 26th Form letter, meeting in Clearfield at 1:30PM, 3 August 1942 Personal-Office of Price Administration, 7 May 1942 from O'Neill (letter) 1941-1942
2 N-R Letters, queries, telegrams Albert L. O'Conner, House of Representatives, corresp. John O'Leary corresp. (Vice Pres. UMWA) Enc: telegrams, 23 September between Mark and O'Leary National Committee to Abolish Poll Tax, 9 March 1942, corresp. Netherland Plaza corresp. Enc: telegram, Beccaria Strike, Mark from Newcombe New York Central Railroad Company corresp., (Indiana, PA) Coal Mining Dept. Indiana Industrial Union Council First Annual First Aid Meeting and Basket Picnic, August 1941 Gillette, Northwestern Mining and Exchange Co., legal agreement, May 1942 Enc: political cartoon with pencilled in notes Work queries National Conference on Employment of the Disabled-corresp. Enc: Preliminary program of the N. C. E. D. Thomas Neilson corresp. Enc: telegram Judge J. A. Nelson from Mark, 22 April 1942 Paul A. Nolf corresp. Enc: telegrams between Nolf and Mark, 1941 National Committee to Abolish Poll Tax-memorandum explaining controversy, 6 February 1942 Clearfield Bituminous Coal Company Compensation case dispute Enc: memo: figures which determine comparative results as between starting second shift at 4:00 PM and 2:30 PM-New York Central Railroad Company Coal Mining Division, Indiana, PA 1941-1942
3 N-R Letters, telegrams, L.A. Poydock corresp. Cambria-Lochrie Coal Company Enc: Auditor's Report-General Fund, January 1942 to July 3, 1942 Mike Pillar (Botlz) Enc: telegram, Mark from Plazek, 10 July 1941 John Peters corresp. Dr. Petrio, State Hospital George Petroff Jehovah's Witnesses' Case Perigo vs. Consolidation Coal Company Memoranda: PA Safety Association, August-September 1941 Enc: telgram, Mark from PA Electric Company, President Harris Enc: PA Electric Company I. D. Card PA Electric Company Rules and Regulations, 20 October 1941 1941-1942
4 N-R Letters, telegrams "William B. Wilson: The Evolution of a Central PA Mine Union Leader," outline and financing queries for publishing Proctor and Gamble Company Enc: official notice, attitude of Proctor and Gamble Company and organized labor's view, May 1941 State Compensation queries Resolution against Proctor and Gamble Co. House of Representatives, 3 October 1942 Speaker of the House, Sam Rayburn corresp. Morris Rayman corresp. Amades Raymond corresp. (Gallitzin, PA) Enc: printed letter to "Officers and Members of UMW-Brothers:" appeal for money (blind miner) Reitz Coal Company of Windber inc. telegram to Mark Enc: telegram, Mark from Rich Hill Coal Company-illegal walkouts Enc: official card, A Monument Dedication to Sonman Mine Disaster, Jamestown, PA Riddlesburg Coal and Iron Company Enc: telegrams between Mark and Ripper, June-July L. Rittenhouse, Justice of Peace 1941-1942
5 S Letters, telegrams Official Booklet Stephenson corresp. Enc: telegram, Mark from Patton Local-ten day agreement, 2 April 1941 Sterling Coal Company Enc: telegrams, Mark from Sterling Coal President-illegal strike Enc: official topics, 14 May 1941: Subjects for discussion with District Office UMWA Stineman Coal Company corresp. Enc: telegram, Mark from H. Swanks List of men whose wages are to be investigated at Houtzdale, 23 December 1940 John Stephenson (Adjutant-Compensation Dept.) corresp. Enc: newsclipping, "Faulty Contract Blamed for Difficulties at Windber", 24 August 1942 Marshall corresp. (Ehrenfeld) Seese v. PA Coke and Coal Company Silicosis Cases/Miners' Asthma Enc: booklet, Superior Court of PA: Plaugher v. American Viscose Corp., October 1941 Notice to members of District #2-decision in Royko v. Logan Coal Holobinko v. Moshannon Smithing Coal Company Eicherlamb v. G. F. Eicherlamb Coal Co. (Stephenson) 1941-1942
6 S Letters, telegrams, queries Enc: telegram, Schneider from Mark, 17 June 1942 Enc: newsclipping, "Rates Increased by Coal Haulers," 20 May 1941 Enc: telegram, Searles from Mark-50th Wedding Anniversary, 24 January 1941 Northern Cambria Company Kiwanas Club, Resolution, August 1942 Dwight Phillips, Tire Hill, PA British Broadcasting Corporation, New York Enc: telegram, Mark from Olive Shapely, June 24th BBC corresp. Shawmut Mining Company corresp. Table of redemption values and investment yields for savings bonds, 15 December 1941 Death Benefits by law Commissioners' Report, 11 August 1942 John Sheets, Lucerne-corresp. Enc: telegram, Mark from Sheets concerning mandatory union membership for workers 1941-1942
7 S Letters, telegrams Shettig and Shope, Attorneys (Ebensburg) Clifford Shiley corresp. (Smokeless) Compensation Claims Checkweighmen elections Enc: telegram, Mark from D. S. Smith (Meatcutters), shortage of meats in area William Parks Bunny Askey Somerset County Tuberculosis Society-Christmas Seals Somerset Dairy Enc: telegram, Mark from Springfield Coal Corp., November 21st P. H. Stahlman (Punxsutawney) R and P Coal Co. Doctor requests (Indiana and Armstrong) Enc: telegram, Stedman, Dept. of Labor from Mark, 22 June 1942 1941-1942
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601Letters, queries, telegrams Liberty Tarolli, Aultman V. Colter v. R and P Coal Company, May 1941 Disaster at Rochester #2 Disaster at Kent #2 Enc: telegram, Tarolli from Mark, sympathies to McIntyre Local/disaster, 2 July 1941 Enc: telegram, Mark from Tarolli, conditions at Kent #2, 31 March 1941 E. Taylor, Coalmont-demand apology from Mark-insults local Enc: telegram, Mark from Coalmont-pay raise, brother refuse to pay dues Percy Tetlow corresp. Enc: telegram, Mark from Fred Thomas-St. Mary's sewer pipe problems Impurities at Coalmont Enc: telegram, Mrs. W. C. Thompson from Mark, condolences on death of husband, 29 September 1941 Enc: telegram, Mark from Lewis Six day week queries Job Demotion complaints (Timms for Joe Nemiec) Enc: telegram, Mark from Timms-Rumors of strike at Heisley A. M. Tipton, World Banded Adjusters, Chicago-queries on those who owe debts Enc: telegram, Mark from Julius Cohen, TWVA, 7 August 1941 Enc: list of operators, addresses, undated Tri-county Coal Operators Association UMWA District #19 Lloyd Wagner, Boswell-operating "Beer Joint" with union money and officers Six day week at Boswell Lloyd Wagner corresp. Application for new charter for Cambria #4, 19 December 1941 Enc: telegram, Unger from Mark-policy committee meeting in New York Union for Democratic Action United Dairy Farmers Division of UMWA United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America United Mine Workers Journal (letter) United Paper, Novelty and Toy Workers International Union Enc: telegram, Mark from Letgers (UPNTWIV) Strike, Dept. of the Interior, Information Service-list of average cost of production 18 September 1941
2 T-Z Letters, queries, telegrams USO corresp. Brown's Boot Shops-USO Fund U. S. Treasury Dept.-war savings staff-George Swinston District #50 UMWA James E. Van Zandt, House of Representatives corresp. Enc: telegram, Mark from J. W. Laing, 18 April 1941 U.S. Senate, Committee on Finance-R. H. Baily R and P Coal Harrison Westover, Attorney-Spangler D. H. Wheller, Director Bituminous Coal Division, Washington, D.C. Third Annual First Aid Meet and Basket Picnic, Indiana 1941 Joe Williams, Justice of the Peace, Gipsy, PA Enc: telegram, Mark from Wilmore Fuel Company-illegal strike #2 1941-1942
3 T-Z Letters, telegrams Ernest Yanssens, Cresson, corresp. Nick Yanity, Kramer, corresp. Trouble at Berwind-White Coal Company-trying to change yardage rate Enc: telegram, Yanssens from Mark, 30 April 1942 Grievances from Cresson Enc: telegram, John Barnas from Mark, 17 December 1941, Sonman Shaft meet and return to work Enc: telegram, Mark from Yanssens-Pipers Coal at Lilly, vote 125 to 2 to continue strike Letter to Yanssens who is to speak at picnic-suggests that avoid profanity in speech-Mark Wendell Young corresp. Strike at Lucerne Mines, December 14th, detailed list of three most important grievances Harvey Younker corresp. Enc: telegram, Younker from Mark, 27 December 1941-tonnage rate Enc: telegram, Younker from Mark, 16 October 1941-illegal strike at Lucerne Enc: telegram, Younker from Mark-meeting in Blairsville U.S. Dept. of Interior-Bureau of Mines-"Proven methods of educating the miner in safety"-outline for Safety Conference Enc: booklet, "Unite for Victory...against disruption, against disunity" by Phillip Murray- C. I. O. 1941-1942
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611A Letters, queries, telegrams Contributers to Red Cross War Fund, 1944 Bunny Askey corresp. United Mine Workers Journal Enc: telegram, Mark from M. Adams (Punxsutawney) Vacation Pay Enc, telegrams, Ambassador Hotel in Clearfield, 17 November 1943, 28 October 1943, 19 October 1943, 19 August 1943 Payment disputes with Red Cross List of Cambria County Coal Operators, Contributions Indiana County Chapter Red Cross 1943
2B General corresp. Tony Badiali corresp. Rimby Barger, sec'y Rimersburg Enc: telegram, Joint Conference in Altoona, 28 January 1943 Wallwark Coal Company Don Gingery, Reg. Manager District #1 Kenbrook Coal Company-strip mine queries Andy Bananto Enc: telegram, Rimby Barger from Mark 5 October 1944-
3B General corresp. Rimby Barger William Berlin Coal Company, Greensburg Alda Griffith v. Buffalo and Susquehanna Coal Company, November 1943 Excerpt from Bulletin B-315 of February 4, 1944 of Bituminous Coal Producers Advisory Board for District #1, Altoona-"Deferment of workers in coal activities" Berwind-White Coal Company Dairy Disputes-Johnstown and Altoona Enc: telegram, Luther Beynon from Mark Big Bend Coal Company, Twin Rocks-overtime pay disputes Enc: telegram, John Biando from Mark-signing of wage agreement, 8 November 1943 Enc: circular (4 pgs), Bituminous Coal Research, April 1943 Enc: telegram, James Black from Mark-illegal strike at Abe Light's Mine, 9 August 1943 Enc: telegram, Walt Black from Mark-illegal strike at Revloc Enc: telegrams, Board Members, District #2 from Mark, May-July Boulton and Boulton, attorneys 1943
4B Letters, telegrams, queries Joe Boyko Compensation Case Steve Saja v. Berwind-White Coal Company-Article of agreement for counsel fees Robert Brady, Indiana Enc: telegram, Roy Breth from Mark-illegal firing for stealing soldier's fine, 28 October 1944 Injured man working under miners' pay Roy C. Breth corresp. Enc: telegram, H. Brocious from Mark-strike at Timblin, 4 October 1944 John Buggey, Indiana Enc: petition to merge local unions #7713 and #998 Sam Burns
5C General corresp. No death fund in District #2 George Cameron corresp. Compensation-Shawmut Mining Company-payment to co. doctor Officers, Local #3091-man gives money to buy artificial limb s...of a b...drank money away (Bernard Timms)
6C General corresp. Allen Croyle corresp. Carl Conrad v. Madeira Hill Coal Company List of truck and strip mines, Clarion County, 1943 List of coal operators request for release President's Committee on Portal to Portal Travel Time Enc: telegram, Ghizzoni from Lewis-St. Michael bosses doing union work, 7 November 1944 Enc: telegrams between Mark and Croyle; Mark and Crockett St. Michael Controversy-bosses doing union work Enc: telegram, Mark from Croyle-men refuse to return to work, 25 April 1944 Enc: telegrams, Croyle from Mark-return to work NOW, Man holding two jobs at St. Michael's Silicosis case, St. Michael's-Andrew Milavech v. Berwind-White Coal Company R and P Coal (R. Carson)-December Statement/Balance of R and P Coal Company April 22 and 24, 1944
7D Letters, telegrams, queries Enc: telegrams, Mark from Dixonville Coal Co.-illegal strike, 14 March 1943, 19 March 1943 Joseph Dague-thanks for endorsement, attorney-corresp. List, Joint State Government Committee on Strip Mines Enc: House Bill No. 842, Session 1943-An Act, 15 April 1943 Enc: House Bill No. 384, Session 1943-An Act, 23 February 1943 C. F. Davis, President District #31 John Davis, Clymer, corresp. Enc: telegram, L. Davis (Chairman Mine Committee), Cadogan from Mark, 12 June 1944 Enc: telegram, J. Morgan from Mark, 10 June 1944 Enc: telegram, W. H. Davis, Chairman War Labor Board from Mark-back pay issues Union queries-merging with Indiana Macaroni and Bakery Mike Degrelto corresp., Colver, PA Enc: telegram, M. Denchak (St. Michael's) from Mark-Government orders St. Michael back to work, 24 April 1944 Enc: telegram, John Denton (Rimersburg) from Mark-Government orders Keystone Mines back to work, 16 March 1944 William Dilts corresp., Arcadia Enc: receipts, New York Central Railroad Company Coal Mining Dept.-April 16-30, 1944 and May 1-15, 1944 Enc: telegram, Bill Dilts from Mark-stop Arcadia strike, 11 December 1943 Enc: telegram, C. Donaldson from Mark, Enc: Hospital Board Meeting minutes 23 October 1944
8Tool purchasing issue Joy Loader breakdown grievance Grievances Vacation Pay Back Pay Portal-to-Portal Enc: telegrams, illegal strike, grievances
9Grievances inc. ill-kept houses Queries-UMWA Policies Organization of Macaroni and Dairy Workers Vacation Pay Bug Dust Investigation Enc: bug dust report, telegrams, illegal strike
10Grievances Compensation Query: death benefits Enc: telegrams, illegal strike
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621H-J Queries, grievances Wage Agreements Car pushing Returning veterans Grievance-District #50 Officer Timblin, PA-work stoppage and fines Enc: telegrams
2H-J Coal washer burns at Morris Run Grievances Local union fines members RE: tool management/James Mark disagrees W. L. B. directs coal companies to provide tools UMW violation of contract with Imperial Coal Corp. Fines collected by coal companies paid to charity
3H-J Queries Fine collection for illegal strike Wage agreements JM demands fines be paid back to mine workers Disposition of collected fines Grievances Enc: telegrams
4H-J War Labor Board Rules Queries, grievances Provision of miners' tools by company protest against hard hats Furnishing of tools by company Enc: telegrams
5K-L Return of strike fines to miners Queries, grievances inc. hard hat issue Arbitration Silicosis Case Portal-to-portal travel time reduction Wage agreements Enc: telegrams
6K-L Incalcitrant, wild-catting local-Rossiter Grievances District #2 Strike due to wage agreement resentment against gov't, JM to John L. Lewis Queries Southern Wage Conference-six day contract Enc: telegrams
7K-L Grievances, queries-UMWA Policies Requests for permission to work in non-union mines Refusals to wear hard hats Wildcat strike at Bakerton-JM orders men to work Woodward Bill-UMWA attempts to kill "Doc" Lorenzo's Eleanore Mines not complying with government regulations
8M Queries Cost of living survey by James Mark, Jr. Mine disaster at Chartiers, PA Jehovah's Witnesses member alleged dismissal because of beliefs Grievances Foreman beats up miner Portal-to-portal pay controversy Enc: telegrams, circular-Safe use of electricity in mines
9M Grievances, queries-UMWA Policies Sick and Accident Fund Compensation Case Electric cap-lamp discussion Enc: telegrams, report-mine inspection and recommendation
10M Grievances, queries-UMWA Policies Strike at Bakerton Jehovah's Witnesses JM forbids unauthorized meeting by locals Enc: telegrams-strikes, meetings Meeting minutes List-Unorganized mines in District #2 Rules for district elections
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631N-P War fund drive Grievances Back pay Enc: telegrams Strike: Arcadia informational circulars National War Fund National Committee to Abolish the Poll Tax
2N-P Queries: UMWA Policies Grievances Organization of mine foremen Portal-to-portal back pay Enc: telegrams-grievance at Cresson Mine List-employees of District #2
3N-P Queries: UMWA Policies Portal-to-portal pay Grievances Water problem at Clune-strike threat Car-pushing Wage agreements Enc: telegrams, strikes, auditor's reports
4Q-R Queries: UMWA Policies Grievances Compensation Cases Retroactive portal-to-portal pay Enc: telegrams
5S Queries: UMWA Policies Retroactive portal-to-portal pay Grievances Portal-to-portal pay Enc: telegrams
6S Grievances Strip mining in Sykesville-organization of workers Occupational disease law Queries: UMWA Policies, death benefits Enc: telegrams-death of S. J. Hudzinski
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641T-V Queries: death benefits Grievances Blacklisting of men who refused to buy war bonds Tool purchasing policies Enc: death fund information Telegram: RE: portal-to-portal pay
2T-V Grievances: portal-to-portal pay Vacation pay question Autonomy issue Compensation laws Enc: telegram, Beaverdale strike
3T-V Grievances Tool purchasing policies Wage agreements Unemployment compensation legislation Enc: flyer-Union for Democratic Action Telegrams: Strike at Big Bend
4W Grievances Portal-to-portal pay Autonomy and self-governing issue Queries Indiana Hospital Board meeting Enc: hospital meeting minutes Telegram RE: illegal UMW meeting grievance
5X-Z Queries, grievances Tool purchasing policies Safety First meeting Safety-lamp dispute Enc: telegrams-wildcat strikes
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651A Routine queries Contaminated air-Morris Run Shortage of meat ration coupons for miners Compensation cases Wage Scale conference Strip mine survey
2B Back vacation pay: discharged veterans Grievances Routine queries Contract violations Wage scale conference
3B Routine queries Compensation Case: Silicosis Grievances Wildcat strike-Seward
4C Routine queries Grievances Compensation cases
5C Routine queries Grievances Back pay for returning soldiers Legislation for miners' asthma Enc: telegrams
6D-E Routine queries Wildcat strike Grievances Enc: telegrams
7F Routine queries Grievances Strike at Rosedale (Johnstown) Wildcat strike: Central City Wildcat strike: Arcadia Miners claiming they need more meat Enc: telegrams
8G Routine queries Grievances Wildcat strike Enc: resolutions, telegrams
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661H Routine queries Wages: 43L Loading machine operators April 11th contract signing WIldcat strike Stanley Hudzinski's death
2I-J Routine queries Wildcat strikes Peale, Peacock and Kerr-sale of company houses Wage agreement Grievances-Ernest machine shop workers Anti-strike bill-Joseph Guffey Resolutions-policy and scale committee
3James Mark-John L. Lewis
4K-L Wage agreements Routine queries Silicosis compensation
5K-L Anti-strike legislation Routine queries Wildcat strike-Vintondale Compensation Cases Subscription medical care for miners Resolutions
6K-L Routine queries Wildcat strikes Silicosis compensation
7Routine queries Wage agreements Strikes: District #2 miners Replacement of returning veterans Meetings-National Operators' Negotiating Committee Joint Conferences "Strike vote"
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671M Routine queries Re-hiring of veterans Case: illegal work stoppage Portal-to-portal pay
2M Routine queries Grievances Vacation pay
3Routine queries Meats and fats for miners Illegal work stoppage Vacation pay
4N-O Routine queries Grievances
5N-O Routine queries Silicosis Compensation District Agreements
6P-Q Routine queries Wage agreements Strip mines-organization Back vacation pay Strike fine question
7R Routine queries Back vacation pay Wage agreements Illegal strikes Resolutions
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681S Routine queries Grievances Work stoppages-Shawmut Mining Co. Silicosis Cases-compensation
2S Routine queries Silicosis Cases Gob pile fire Work stoppages Wage Agreements Letter from sailor and reply-RE: war and work stoppages Enc: Resolutions from locals for proposed scale agreement
3S Routine queries Compensation cases-silicosis, occupational disease laws, injuries
4T Routine queries Wage agreements Bituminous Mine Code-Senate Bill #605 Back vacation pay
5U-V Routine queries Work stoppages Back vacation pay Wage agreements
6W Routine queries Back vacation pay Compensation cases Work stoppages
7X-Z Routine queries Mines Survey-sanitary and hospital conditions Wage rates Grievances Vacation pay
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691-8Routine Office Corresp. Grievances Health and Welfare (8 files)
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701G Routine queries Requests for financial aid from Welfare Fund and other benefits
2H Routine queries Requests for financial aid from Welfare Fund and other benefits
3I Routine queries
4Routine queries Requests for financial aid from Welfare Fund and other benefits
5John T. Jones-James Mark Corresp.-(Director of Contract Enforcement, Welfare and Retirement Fund, UMWA)
6K Routine queries Requests for financial aid from Welfare and Retirement Fund
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711Routine queries Work stoppages Movement against House Bill # 3020 (Anti-labor legislation) Memorial week for Centralia disaster Mine safety/union safety committee actions Wage agreements **James Mark Biography
2L Routine Queries Compensation Cases Requests for aid from Welfare Fund Delinquent operator payments to Welfare Fund (10 cents a ton)
3M Routine queries Requests for aid from Welfare Fund Compensation Cases
4M Routine queries Grievances Requests for Welfare Fund assistance Compensation cases
5M Routine queries Grievances Requests for Welfare Fund assistance
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721N Routine queries Compensation cases
2O Routine queries District #2 boundaries Vacation pay/wage agreements Requests for assistance from Welfare and Retirement Fund
3P Routine queries Wage agreements Requests for assistance from Welfare and Retirement Fund- including denial for Mrs. James Purcell Federal Mine Safety Code Grievances
4R Routine queries Requests for aid from Welfare and Retirement Fund
5S Routine queries Grievances Requests for aid from Welfare and Retirement Fund
6S Routine queries Gob pile fire Requests for aid from Welfare Fund
7S Routine queries Wage agreements Requests for assistance from Welfare and Retirement Fund Organization of strip mines
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731T Routine queries Welfare and Retirement Fund Grievances
2T Routine queries Greivances
3U-V Routine queries Welfare and Retirement Fund Grievances
4W Routine queries Welfare and Retirement Fund Vacation Pay Grievances
5X-Z Routine queries Welfare and Retirement Fund Grievances
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741Action of International Board-UMWA on Dual Organization, 1923
2 Routine office corresp. 1933
3-6 referrals from J. L. L. to J. M., grievances, compensation cases, requests for relief and assistance, checking membership status of miners and wives seeking assistance, (4 files) 1947-1948
7 routine office corresp. 1949
8 routine office corresp. 1951
9 routine office corresp. 1952
10 routine office corresp. 1953
11 routine office corresp. 1954
12 routine office corresp. 1955
13 "Autonomy letter" 1956
14 routine office corresp. 1957
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751General Files-A
2K. C. Adams-UMWJ
3Bunny Askey (Board Worker)
4General Files-B
5W. A. Boyle, Assistant to President-UMWA Internat'l
6W. A. Boyle
7Sterling B. Brinkley, M. D. Letters and corresp. Area Medical Administrator-UMWA H and R Fun
8C Protests: St. Lawrence Seaway
9D Routine office corresp.
10Mike Degretto, Internat'l Board Representative
11Clarence Donaldson, Vice President
12E Routine office corresp.
13Lewis Evans, District#2 Commissioner
14F Routine office corresp.
15G Routine office corresp.
16Charles Ferguson-acting Safety Division, UMWA
17John Ghizzoni, Internat'l Board member
18Gerald Giffith: membership committee
19H Routine office corresp
20Earl E. Houck, , legal department, UMWA 1951
21I Routine office corresp.
22J Routine office corresp.
23John Jones, Director of Contract Enforcement, UMWA
24K Routine office corresp.
25Thomas Kennedy, Vice President, Washington, D. C. Philadelphia Navy Yard fuel controversy
26Thomas Kennedy, 1951 Anlgo-American Council on Productivity
27John Kmetz, Internat'l Rep. R and P work stoppage
28James LeCorre (Board Member)-L. U. Transfer
29L Routine office corresp.
30James LeCorre (Board Member) Routine office corresp.
31John L. Lewis
32M Routine office corresp.
33Martin L. Markel-Somerset County Coal Operators' Association
34Mc Routine office corresp.
35James Mark-personal
36Memoranda
37Val J. Mitch, Counsel to the Trustees
38George Mottey
39George Mitchell
40Hugh McGinty, UMWA Commissioner, District #2
41N Routine office corresp
42O Routine office corresp.
43John Owens, Sec'y-treasurer, Washington, D.C.
44 P Routine office corresp.
45William P. Parks, Board member
46C. J. Potter Mechanization, company doctors, wage agreements
47R Routine office corresp.
48Desperate relief cases-$10,000 Internat'l to District
49Thomas Ryan, Jr., Comptroller, UMWA Welfare and Retirement Fund
50Josephine Ruche-Welfare Fund Trustee
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761S Health and Welfare General corresp.
2Owen F. Slagle
3 T Health and Welfare General corresp.
4Bernard Timms
5Lloyd Unger
6V Health and Welfare General corresp.
7W Health and Welfare General corresp.
8Y Health and Welfare General corresp.
9Ernest Yanssens
10Z Health and Welfare General corresp.
11Telegrams, 1952
12Telegrams, 1953-1954
13Telegrams, 1955-1957
14Telegrams, 1958-1960
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771A Routine office corresp. Charles O'Neill Altoona priests-possible reception of UMWA Grievances
2-3B (2 files) Routine office corresp. Welfare and Retirement Fun
4B Routine office corresp. Welfare and Retirement Fund-collection from coal companies
5B Routine office corresp. Welfare and Retirement Fund Grievances
6W. A. Boyle General office corresp.
7William Burke, Counsel to the Trustees, UMWA Welfare and Retirement Fund
8C Routine office corresp.
9Routine office corresp. Dirty Coal Controversy Welfare and Retirement
10C Routine office corresp. Welfare and Retirement eligibility requirements
11C Routine office corresp. St. Michael's Local Union rebukes John L. Lewis St. Michael's Local demonstrates independent thinking
12-13C (2 files) Routine office corresp. Welfare and Retirement Fund (2 files)
14Routine office corresp. Welfare and Retirement Fund Safety Committee Report
15Routine office corresp. Welfare and Retirement Fund
16Routine office corresp. UMWA Safety Division Welfare and Retirement Fund
17E Routine office corresp.
18F Routine office corresp. Queries: vacation pay
19-20F (2 files) Routine office corresp. Health and Welfare
21G Routine office corresp. Health and Welfare
22G Routine office corresp.
23G Routine office corresp. Ladies Garment Workers' strike
24Routine office corresp.
25H Routine office corresp.
26H Routine office corresp. Health and Welfare
27I-J Routine office corresp. Health and Welfare
28John Jones, Director of Contract Enforcement
29K Mine inspection and safety brochure preparation
30K Routine office corresp.
31K Strike at Wilmore
32Thomas Kennedy, V. P. UMWA Internat'l
33L Routine office corresp. Grievances Wage agreement Coal companies' compliance with safety regulations (protective gear) 1949
34L Routine office corresp.
35 L Routine office corresp. Grievances-"abnormal places" Penn State Union Advisory Committee
36M Routine office corresp.
37-41M (5 files) Welfare and Retirement Fund
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781N Health and Welfare
2News clippings
3O Death and Biography of Charlie O'Neill Health and Welfare
4O Routine office corresp.
5P Health and Welfare
6Clay Mines R and P Trainees Policy Welfare and Retirement Fund
7-13Welfare and Retirement Fund (7 files)
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791General corresp.
2Samuel Krimsley, 1953
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79a1 Desk File Box: includes territory cards, business cards, addresses, telephone numbers, etc.
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79b1Black Oak #5 Mine
2Black Oak #5 Mine (some unmarked, however, all were from the same envelope)
3Clarence Coal Mining Company, Shaft #3-Local #1871
4Glen Mar
5Glenmire #1 (one labeled as such, all others from same envelope)
6Grassflat, PA-N. Y. C. Coal Department
7Gulbranson Mine at Amenville-Imperial #2 and #3
8Hillside #11 Mine
9Leland Coal Company #10 Beccaria, PA
10Morrisdale Coal Company-Local #6240-Cunard Slope and #1 Shaft
11Morrisdale #3 Shaft-Hawk Run
12Smoke Run
13Unidentified Slips
14Yorkshire Coal Company

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Series IV: Presidents Since Mark

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801Kennedy and Ghizzoni, 1952-1961
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2LeCorre and Ghizzoni, 1953-1960
3Saylor and Ghizzoni, 1952-1955
4Saylor and Ghizzoni, 1956-1961
5Stephenson and Ghizzoni, 1954-1961
6Lester Thomas and Ghizzoni, 1953-1961
7Widman and Ghizzoni, 1955-1961
8Younker Corresp., 1958-1962
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811-8Routine office corresp. (8 files)
9W. A. Boyle-John Ghizzoni, 1956-1960
10Charles Ferguson (UMWA Safety Director)-J. Ghizzoni, 1956-1961
11 J. Ghizzoni-Local Union #488, 1962-1964
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821A Routine corresp. Health and Welfare
2-3B (2 files) Routine corresp. Health and Welfare
4W. A. Boyle Routine corresp. Health and Welfare Mine mechanization and new pay rates
5Brinkley, Sterling B., M.D.-area medical administrator Health and Retirement Fund
6Dr. Brinkley-information report
7Busarello, John-President District #5
8Belin, Carl A. (Attorney for UMWA)
9C Routine office corresp. Health and Welfare Fund
10D Routine office corresp. Health and Welfare Fund
11Clarence Donaldson, former Vice President District #2
12E Routine office corresp.
13Evans, Lewis-miners' commissioner
14F Routine office corresp. Welfare and Retirement Fund
15Ferguson, Charles, acting Safety Director UMWA Enc: informational brochures
16Golden, E. D., attorney Settlement of Injunction Cases
17-18Welfare and Retirement Fund (2 files)
19Houck, Earl, UMWA Internat'l Attorney
20Coal Production, non-union, Robert Ball-owner
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831I-J Reprimands
2K
3Thomas Kennedy
4L
5M
6Mates, John J
7Mc
8McCarthy, Justin
9Mark, James
10Mitch, Val J
11N-O
12P (inc. one December item) 1952
13Potter, Charles J.
14Q-R
15Ryan, Thomas F.
16Roche, Josephine
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841S, 1953
2Sease, Glenn, 1953
3Smorto, Arnold D., 1953
4Sweeney, Edward, 1953
5Stephenson, J. W., 1953
6Thomas, Lester, 1953
7T, 1953
8U-V, 1953
9W, 1953
10Yablonski, Joseph, 1953
11Y-Z, 1953
12A, 1954
13Arestad, F. H., 1954
14B, 1954
15Boyle, W. A., 1954
16C, 1954
17D-F, 1954
18Ferguson, Charles, 1954
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851G-H inc. July 1953
2Houck, Earl, E.
3I-K
4Kennedy, Thomas
5L
6M inc. July 1953
7Mc
8Mitch, Val J.
9N-O
10Owens, John
11Owens, Willard P.
12P
13Q-R
14-15Ryan, Thomas F. (2 files)
16-17S (2 files)
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861T-V, 1954
2W, 1954
3Walker, Leland, 1954
4White, Jerome, 1954
5X-Z, 1954
6A, 1955
7Arestad, F. G., doctor, 1955
8B, 1955
9Boyle, W. A., 1955
10C, 1955
11D, 1955
12Ferguson, Charles, 1955
13G-H, 1955
14Houck, Earl E., 1955
15I-J, 1955
16K, 1955
17Kennedy, Thomas, 1955
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871L
2M
3Mc
4Mitch, Val J.
5N-O
6Owens, John
7Owens, Willard P.
8P-R
9Ryan, Thomas F.
10S
11Smarto, Arnold
12T-V
13W
14Walker, Leland
15X-Z
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881A
2Arestad, F. H., doctor
3B
4Boyle, W.A.
5C
6D-F
7Ferguson, Charles
8G
9Houck, Earl
10H-J
11K
12Kelley, Edward
13Kennedy, Thomas
14L-M
15Mc
16Mitch, Val J.
17N-O
18Owens, John
19Owens, Willard P.
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891P-R 1956
2Roche, Josephine 1956
3Ryan, Thomas, F. Jr. 1956
4S 1956
5Smorto, Arnold 1956
6T-V 1956
7W 1956
8Walker, Leland 1956
9X-Z 1956
10A-B 1957
11C-E 1957
12F 1957
13G-J 1957
14K-L 1957
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901M-N 1957
2O-Q 1957
3R-S 1957
4T 1957
5U-Z 1957
6A-B 1958
7C 1958
8D-F 1958
9G 1958
10H-J 1958
11K 1958
12L 1958
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911M 1958
2Mitch, Val J. 1958
3N-P 1958
4Q-R 1958
5-6Ryan, Thomas F. Jr. 1957-1958
7S-V 1958
8V-W 1958
9W-Z 1958
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921A-C 1959
2D 1959
3E-G 1959
4H-J 1959
5K 1959
6L 1959
7M 1959
8N-O 1959
9P-R 1959
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931-2S 1959
3T-V 1959
4W-Z 1959
5A-B 1960
6C 1960
7D-E 1960
8F 1960
9G 1960
10H 1960
11I 1960
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941L 1960
2M 1960
3N-P 1960
4Q-S 1960
5T-V 1960
6W-Z 1960
7A-B 1961
8C 1961
9D 1961
10E 1961
11F-G 1961
12H 1961
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951I-J 1961
2K 1961
3L 1961
4M 1961
5N-Q 1961
6R 1961
7Ryan, Thomas F. Jr. 1961
8S 1961
9T 1961
10U-V 1961
11W-Z 1961
12A-B 1962
13Beynon, Luther 1962
14C-E 1962
15F-G 1962
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961H 1962
2I-K 1962
3L 1962
4M 1962
5N-Q 1962
6R 1962
7Ryan, Thomas F. Jr. 1962
8S 1962
9T-V 1962
10V-Z 1962
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971Slagle﷓notebooks inc. daily notes (1971-1972)
2Slagle Day to Day Reports, August 1970-March 1971
3Slagle Day to Day Reports, (copy) August 1970-March 1971
4Slagle corresp. with Ghizzoni and others, 1951-1957
5Kulish Correspondence
6Scarton corresp., including strike articles 1977-1978
7Scarton corresp, including Indiana County Labor﷓Management Council 1979

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Series V: Machine Loaders and Machine Reports

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981 Organizers' Questionaires on Loading Machines, A-V, ca. 1938
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991 Mechanical Loader's Load Checks Reports, and Membership Cards, 1930﷓? 1940-1942

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Series VI: Executive Files

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1001Askey, Harry 1949
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2Benson, Robert 1949
3Beynon, Luther 1949
4Cunzo, John 1949
5Feist, Joseph 1949
6Green, George 1949
7Jones, John 1949
8-9LeCorre, James 1949
10Mitchell, George 1949
11Mottey, George 1949
12Mosier, Clarence 1949
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1011Parks, William 1948-1949
2Slagle, Owen 1948-1949
3Staples, Joseph 1948-1949
4Stinebisen, Rupert 1949
5Ryan, Thomas F. Jr. 1949
6Timms, Bernard 1948-1949
7Unger, Lloyd 1948-1949
8Yanssens, Ernest 1948-1949
9Younker, Harvey 1949
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1021Askey, Harry (Bunny), Arthur Anderson, 1949-1951
2B-K 1949-1951
3L, LeCorre, James 1949-1951
4M 1949-1951
5Mottey, George 1949-1951
6Parks, William 1950-1951
7Slagle, Owen 1950-1951
8Staples, Joseph 1950-1951
9Stinebisen, Rupert 1950-1951
10Timms, Bernard 1950-1951
11Unger, Lloyd 1950-1951
12Yanssens, Ernest 1950-1951
13Younker, Harvey 1950-1951
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1031Askey, Harry 1948-1951
2LeCorre, James 1948-1951
3Mottey, George 1948-1951
4Parks, William P. 1948-1951
5Slagle, Owen 1948-1951
6Timms, Bernard 1948-1951
7Unger, Lloyd 1948-1951
8Yanssens, Ernest 1948-1951
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1041Anderson, Arthur 1952
2Askey, Harry 1952
3Beynon, Luther 1952
4Degretto, Mike 1952
5Feist, Joseph 1952
6Gabelli, Arnold 1952
7Ghizzoni, John 1952
8Lease, Jack 1952
9-10LeCorre, James 1952
11Mahoetz, John 1952
12Mitchell, George 1952
13Mottey, George 1952
14-15Parks, William P. 1952
16Slagle, Owen F. 1952
17Stinebisen, Rupert 1952
18Staples, Joseph 1952
19Timms, Bernard 1952
20Yanssens, Ernest 1952
21Younker, Harvey 1952
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1051Anderson, Arthur 1951-1962
2DeAngelis, Richard 1958-1959
3DeAngelis, Richard 1960-1962
4Degretto, Michael 1953-1960
5Dresmich, John 1956-1961
6Feist, Joseph 1947-1951
7Gabelli, Arnold 1940-1962
8Lease, Jack 1951-1962
9Mark, Allen 1952-1960
10Masier, Clarence 1952-1962
11Mottey, George 1958-1959
12Mottey, George 1960-1962
13Mottey, George 1953-1957
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1061Punchak, Michael 1952-1962
2Slagle, Owen F. 1950-1960
3Slatcoff, Samuel 1952-1962
4Staples, Joseph 1957-1962
5Staples, Joseph 1953-1956
6Stinebisen, Rupert 1953-1961
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1071A 1963-1964
2B 1963-1964
3C 1963-1964
4D 1963-1964
5E 1963-1964
6F 1963-1964
7G 1963-1964
8H 1963-1964
9I 1963-1964
10J 1963-1964
11K 1963-1964
12L 1963-1964
13M 1963-1964
14N 1963-1964
15O 1963-1964
16P 1963-1964
17Q 1963-1964
18R 1963-1964
19S 1963-1964
20T 1963-1964
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1081Original File Inventory generated by District #2 for this Box (July 20, )﷓no longer applicable as to order, however, most listed items are still located in this Box 1953
1aPennsylvania Federation of Labor, 1947
2Agreement﷓Antrim Coal Company, August 1940
3Agreement﷓Baker & Whitely Coal Company, 1939
4Agreement﷓Berwind & White Coal Company, 1942
5Agreement﷓Lumber Operators, November 1937
6Agreement﷓Scale, Mine #74, 20 April 1934
7Agreement﷓Appalachian, 1935
8Agreement﷓Vinton Colliery & UMWA, 18 April 1934
9American Federation of Labor, n.d. 1935, 1937,1941,1944,
10The American Miner, newspaper, 23 November 1934
11Applications & appointments﷓state, n.d 1933-1939, 1940, 1945,
12Applications﷓clerical, , n.d. 1935-1948
13Applications﷓District, , n.d. 1940-1947
14Applications﷓District Compensation Bureau, , n.d. 1935-1936
15Application for employment slips, 1937
16Application for appointments,, n.d. 1944
17Application for Labor Commissioner & Organizer, , n.d. 1934-1937
18Application for Labor Organizer & Commissioner, , n.d. 1937-1939
19Application on Committees at International Convention, 1935-1936
20Apprentice Training Service﷓War Manpower Commission, 1944
21Arbitration Board﷓cases, 1938-1944
22Arbitration Board Decisions, August 1939
23Arbitration Decisions at Uniondale, 1934-1935
24Audit Report: Victor Rengh, 1944
25Audit Report: Harvey Younker, 1943, 1945
26Audit Report: Lewis Evans, 1946
27Audit Report: Lewis Evans, 1945
28Audit Report: Local #7018, Dean, 1945
29Audit Report: Local Unions, 1938-1943
30Audit Report: Gilbert Alloonis, 1939
31Autonomy Resolutions, 1934, 1935, 1937
32Autonomy, 1938
33Autonomy Requests & District Convention, 1939-1940
34Autonomy Hearing, , n.d. 1940
35Autonomy, 1944-1946
35a-cDistrict #2 Autonomy Case﷓Kramer Local #99, (3 files) 1940-1941
36Autopsy Performed on James Bowse, March﷓May 1946
37Bakerton Strike, #6 Mine, July﷓August 1946, December 1947
38"Barger"﷓Elmer, May﷓June 1939
39Barr Mine﷓Decision on Jurisdiction, February﷓April 1935
40Beaverdale Wage Claim, April 1939
41Berwind﷓White Contract Negotiations, June﷓August 1944
42Bethlehem Steel Corp., 8 July 1936
43Bethlehem Mines Extension, c. 1934
44Big Bend Coal Company, corresp., May 1939
45Bituminous Coal Producers Advisory Board #1, 22 December 1943
46Bituminous Coal Producers Advisory Board #1, 1943-1947
47Total number of men in armed services & who bought war bonds, May﷓August , n.d. 1944
48Bootleg Miners in Anthracite Region, 15 April 1935
49Charles Bowman, n.d.
50Burns & Prentiss Unemployment Compensation Cases, , n.d. 1946-1949
51Bug Dust, May 15, 17, 20, 1937, June 4, 1937
52Bylaws﷓ Local #1386 Nanty﷓Glo Sick & Accident Fund, c. 1946
53Bylaws of local unions﷓Sick & Accident Fund inc. Death Fund, 1944, 1947
54Cambria County Election, 1939, 1944
54aCambria County Relief Committee﷓case against BoardmemberParks,Beaverdale/Cresson/ South Fork area, charges of intoxication & failure to attend to business of office, etc., n.d.
55Captive Mines, September﷓October 1941
56Car Pushing, , n.d. 1936, 1941, 1944
57Central City Local #6410, , n.d 1936
58Central Labor Union of Indiana & Johnstown, 1936
59Central Pennsylvania Coal Producers Association, 1939-1945
60Central Pennsylvania Coal Producers Association, 1946-1949
61Checkweighmen Reports﷓Maholtz & Stinebiser, 1939-1941
62Checkweighmen Dispute (Niejanke) Consolidation Coal Company, May 1936
63Chemical Workers﷓Gas & By products, 1937-1938
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1091Committee for Industrial Organization, 1936-1946
2-3Committee for Industrial Organization﷓Union News, July 20th﷓December 28, 1936 and January 20th-July 13, (2 files) 1936
4-5Committee for Industrial Organization﷓Union News, June 14th﷓December 6, 1937 and (2 files) January 11th-June 7, 1937
6War Productions, 1943-1944
7War Productions﷓obtaining local union applications, C. I. O., 1936-1946
8War Productions, , n.d 1942-1946
9Circulars, District, 1942-1951
10Circulars, General, , n.d. 1933-1951
11Circulars, National, 1939-1949
12News Clippings, 1947-1951
13Coal Companies (General List), n.d.
14Coal Miners' Administration, 1943-1946
15Coke Information, 1937
16Commission Cases, , n.d 1947-1948
17International Commission Decisions, 1943
18Coming International Convention﷓requests for positions, 1942
19Commonwealth of Pennsylvania v. Art Rowles, 1949
20Communists, , n.d. 1935, 1938
21Company Store Contracts, , n.d. 1938
22Compensation Act, , n.d 1938, 1939, 1940
23Compensation Claims paid, 1936-1938
24Compensation Claims paid, , n.d. 1939-1942
25Compensation Correspondence﷓General,, n.d. 1935-1939
26Compensation Department﷓District #50, 1946-1947
27Compensation Law, 1940
28Compensation Law Corresp., , n.d. 1938-1939
29Complaints filed with commissioner (data),, n.d., President Mark 6 December 1934
30Concentrated Mining, 14 September 1938, January﷓February 1939
31Congressional Record, 12 May 1943, 3 January 1939
32Conscientious Objectors, , n.d. 1942
33Appointments for convention, 1948
34Convention applications & appointments, , n.d. 1939-1940
35Convention, District #2 (Scale Information), , n.d. 1946
36Convention Minutes﷓District #2, 1943, 1945
37Convention request for District scale, April﷓May 1935
38Coral Hall, , n.d. 1940
39Country/Trucking Mines﷓Somerset County, 1935-1936
40Country/Trucking Mines﷓Northern Cambria County, 4 December 1935
41Country/Trucking Mines﷓General File, , n.d. 1934,1935, 1937
42Data on trip to see President Lewis by Badiali, Unger & Parks, , n.d. 1930, 1944
43Daily Leader, Kittanning: statements of William Hanna, 1950
44Daylight Savings Time, n.d.
45Death Fund Vote, n.d.
45aDeclaration of Principles of the Labor Party, n.d.
46Defense Material, 1942
47Robert Dick, 1945, 1946
48Differentials, October 1935, August 1936
49District Board Member, 1941, 1942, 1943, 1944
50District Board Member, , n.d. 1941, 1943, 1944, 1949
51District Board Member, 1943, 1944, 1945, 1948-1949
52District Executive Board﷓corresp., 1941-1947
53District Executive Board﷓Dixonville Case, 19 January 1940
54District Executive Board﷓Transferring Unions, , n.d. 1939, 1940
55District Executive Board﷓Information from Board Members, 9 April 1940
56District Executive Board﷓Clarence Ferrier, settled, 1939-1940
57District Executive Board﷓Case of #2658 Huey & #7511 Hamler, 1940
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1101Decisions of various Divisional Labor Boards, 1934-1935
2District Executive Board﷓Bondia Case, , n.d. 1936-1937
3District Executive Board﷓meeting, 1948-1949
4District Executive Board﷓Consolidation of Locals #2658 & #7511, 23 March 1940
5District Executive Board﷓minutes, , n.d. 1939-1950
6District Executive Board﷓notices of meetings, 1934-1947
7District Executive Board﷓Raymond Paker Case, 1935-1937
8District Executive Board﷓Suspension of Work, April 10﷓11, 1939
9Joseph Kardally & John Sotis Case and Appeals Registrar Mail Receipts, 1941-1942
10Testimony taken in Lawrence Andveavich case, , n.d. 1941
11District Executive Board transfer of Local #1386 to #9, 1939
12District Financial Reports, 1947
13District Financial Reports, 1948-1949
14Dixonville donations for men in workhouse, 1938-1940
15Doctor File﷓Heisley Coal Company, 1 November 1937, 17 September 1943
16Doctor﷓Northwestern Mining & Exchange Company, , n.d 1936
17-18Medical Material﷓Doctors' agreements & corresp.﷓ Indiana & Armstrong Counties, (1 file) (2 files total) 1934-1939 (1 file), 1940-1947
19Doctors﷓Clearfield Bituminous Coal Corporation, , n.d. 1934-1937, 1939
20Doctors﷓Consolidated Coal Company, 1937
21Donations for strike, 1939
22Dream Highway, n.d.
23Dual Union corresp., Iron, Steel & Tin, 1935
24Dual Union meetings,, n.d. 1935-1938, 1940, 1942-1943
25Special Agreement with Eastern Bituminous, , n.d. 1933-1934
26Election District, , n.d. 1930, 1939
27Election District, , n.d. 1940-1941
28Election District, , n.d. 1944
28aElection, John Ghizzoni, clip from Johnstown Democrat, May 14, 1938
29Engagements pending, 1936, 1943, 1944, 1947
30Ernest Nagle Case, 1938
31Executive Board﷓International, , n.d. 1936-1938, 1940, 1942
32Feeney Case, 1934-1935
33Histories of House Bills & Resolutions, 23, 30 January 1939
34P. T. Fagan's request on powder, , n.d 1937
35Fining members $.50 for non﷓attendance, , n.d. 1940, 1941
36Fining members for non﷓attendance﷓Bylaws of District #2, 1937, 1940
37Fines paid by District,, n.d. 1935, 1936, 1937
38 Fines﷓Somerset County Coal Operators, 1934-1945
39Fines﷓information on Cause﷓Mr. McCinty, April 23, 1936 & May 1, 1936
40Fines﷓misc. corresp., 1934-1936, 1938, 1940, 1942, 1944-1945
41Fines﷓refuse to make application, 1939-1942, 1944
42 Fines﷓settled, Somerset County Coal Operators, , n.d. 1935, 1937, 1939, 1942
43Fines﷓Central Pennsylvania Coal Producers Association, , n.d. 1939-1946
44Fine Settled, 1934-1936
45-47Fines Settled﷓Central PA Coal Producers, , n.d. (1 file), (3 files total) 1937-1939 (1 file), 1940-1942 (1file), 1944-1947
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1111Congressman Joseph Gray, 1937﷓1938, 1940, n.d.
2Synopsis Report for Richard Gilbert, 1925﷓1933, September 1936
3Guffey﷓Vincent Coal Bill, 1935, 1937, n.d.
4Ghizzoni v. Berkley, 15 February 1934
5Hazard Coal Corp., May 4﷓7, 17, 1937, n.d.
6Heisley Mine, 30 July 1936
7Henry Hepner Case, 1936﷓1938
8John J. Haluska, 1935﷓1941, 1943
9Hendler Hotel, Johnstown, PA, 16, 18 July 1936
10Home Baking Company, 1939﷓1940, n.d.
11Wage Rates﷓Hooversville, n.d.
12Hospital Service Association, 1946﷓1948, n.d.
13House Coal Agreement, 21 October 1935, n.d.
14House Rent & Powder, 1939
15House corresp., March 5, 7, 1940, n.d.
16House Rent, Harlen, Kentucky, 1937, n.d.
17House Rent Information, 1941, n.d.
18Take over of mines by Dept. of Interior, 1943﷓1944, n.d.
19Indiana Hospital & Doctors raise, 1947, n.d.
20Indiana Industrial Union Council, 1935﷓1942, n.d.
21Indictment of three members from Scalp Level, 1944
22Insurance, 1940, 1951, n.d.
23International Policy Committee, 1942, n.d.
24Request for loans, 1938
25James, Arthur H. 1939, n.d.
26Johnstown Democrat resolutions, 1937, n.d.
27Joint Board, 1942﷓1946, n.d.
28Speech by Thomas Kennedy, 11 October 19?
29Koppers Coal Company, 1933, 1936﷓1937, 1938﷓1940, 1948
30Labor Board﷓corresp. & cases, 1934﷓1935, n.d.
31Letters returned on account of wrong address, 1934, 1936﷓1937, 1940﷓1943
32Loading machines, 6 October 1936
33Labors' Non﷓Partisan League: Armstrong County,1936,1938,1940
34Labors' Non﷓Partisan League: Blair County, 1936
35Labors' Non﷓Partisan League: Cambria County, 1936﷓1940, n.d.
36Labors' Non﷓Partisan League: Clarion County, 1936, 1938, 1940
37-38Labors' Non﷓Partisan League: Clearfield County, n.d., 1936﷓1937 (2 files)
39Labors' Non﷓Partisan League: Circular/Letters, 1938﷓1939,1931
40Labors' Non﷓Partisan League: Circular/Letters, 1940﷓1942, 1949
41Labors' Non﷓Partisan League: Political Speeches, n.d.
42Labors' Non﷓Partisan League: Political Speeches #2﷓#16, n.d.
43Labors' Non﷓Partisan League: n.d.
44Labors' Non﷓Partisan League: Elk County, 1936, 1940
45Labors' Non﷓Partisan League: Indiana County, 1938﷓1939
46Labors' Non﷓Partisan League: corresp., 1936, n.d.
47Labors' Non﷓Partisan League: corresp., 1938﷓1942
48Labor Bills, 1947
49Labor Unions refusing to work Saturdays, July 1946
50R. A. Laird Case﷓settled, 1939
51Legislation/corresp.﷓Bills not passed, 1937, 1939﷓1941, 1948, n.d.
52Legislation/corresp.﷓Bills not passed, 1937, 1941, 1945
53Legislation﷓bills passed, 1933, 1935﷓1939
54Legislation﷓bills passed, 1940﷓1941, 1943
55Legislation﷓bills passed, 1945, n.d.
56Lewis, John L., 1928, 1935﷓1936, n.d.
57Legislation﷓misc., 1940﷓1941, n.d.
58Landon, n.d.
59Mennonite Church members' contract, 1930, 1934﷓1935, n.d.
60Lukens Steel Company, 1938, n.d.
61Local Unions #899 & #6240, 1941﷓1945
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1121Mechanical Loaders, 1937﷓1947, n.d.
2Survey Standard of Living, n.d.
3Mining law/workman's compensation laws, 1934﷓1935
4Mine inspection report, 1936﷓1937
5Miscellaneous, 1940﷓1942, 1944, n.d.
6Moody File, May﷓June 1937
7Mooney corresp., 1935, 1938
8Machine shop data, November 1935
9Mantrip motor crews, 1934
10Maryland File, December 1936
11William Marsden, 1935
12McCloskey, Faber V., 20 March 1940
13McCollough Decision, 1934, 1936﷓1937, 1940, 1942, n.d
14McCabe, John, 1933﷓1934
15Mountain Coal Producers' Association, 1938, n.d.
16Phillip Murray, 29 June 1942, July 1942
17Judge Musmanna, August 1938
18Corresp. on North﷓South Meeting, 1935﷓1936
19P. F. Nairn, 1937﷓1938, n.d.
20Nanty﷓Glo Building File, 1939﷓1942
21National Defense Mediation, 1950
22National & District Elections, 1944﷓1945, n.d.
23National Policy, 1935, n.d.
24District National Reports, February 1935
25National War Labor Board (NWLB), 1943﷓1945
26National Wage Conference, 1945, n.d.
27National Youth Administration, 1936, 1941, n.d.
28Natural Gas Pipeline corresp., 1940
29Non﷓Union Mine Report, 1947
30North American Refractories Company, 1939
31Corresp. on North﷓South Meeting, 1934
32Northern Cambria Association, n.d.
33O. P. A., 1943, 1945﷓1946, n.d.
34Oil Tax corresp., January 1939
35Data for meeting with operators, 1934
36Pennsylvania Department of Mines, 1935﷓1936, n.d.
37Pennsylvania Department of Mines, 1939﷓1944
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1131Pennsylvania Coal & Coke Company, 1939﷓1942, 1950, n.d.
2PA Federation of Labor, corresp. & circulars, 1934﷓1938, 1947﷓1948, n.d.
3PA Industrial Union Council﷓convention, 1942﷓1950
4PA Industrial Union Council﷓circulars, 1939﷓1942, n.d.
5PA Industrial Union Council﷓circulars, 1938﷓1939, n.d.
6PA Industrial Union Council﷓minutes, 1940﷓1942
7Penalty Clause letters, 1935
8PA Industrial Union Council﷓corresp., 1938﷓1939, n.d.
9PA Industrial Union Council﷓corresp., 1940﷓1942
10PA Labor Relations Board, 1937﷓1939
11PA Labor Relations Board, 1939, 1941﷓1942
12PA Security League, 1935
13Perkins, Frances, Fair Labor Standard Act, 1938
14Permits to work in non﷓union mines, 1940﷓1945, 1947﷓1949, 1958, n.d.
15Permits: soliciting donations, 1937﷓1938, 1940, n.d.
16Petition for charter, 1946, 1949
17Plantov, Joseph, 1934, 1936﷓1937
18Polakov corresp., 1937﷓1943, n.d.
19National Bituminous Coal Commission﷓costs & realization, 1936
20Policy Committee, 1938, 1943﷓1946
21Policy Committee, n.d.
22Political matters, 4 APril 1936
23Progressive Miners of America, Harlan County, Kentucky, n.d.
24Progressive Miners of America, Statements of District #2 organizers, 28 July 1935
25Progressive Miners of America, copy of photostat letter of Ozanic, 1938﷓1939, n.d.
26Progressive Miners of America, statements of organizers, 19 September 1938
27UMWA Case against Eight in Local Union #753 for organizing dual union PMA, 1932
28UMWA Case against Eight in Local Union #753 for organizing dual union PMA, 1935﷓1939
29Progressive Miners of America, 1938﷓1939
30Rockhill Coal Company, 29 December 1947, 2 January 1948
31Railroad Retirement Act, 1935, 1939﷓1940
32Re﷓examination of men, 1938, 1940
33Reitz Coal Company, cutters & scrapers, August 1935, August 1937
34Relief, n.d.
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1141-4Report of Committee: Askey & McConnaughy, 1935﷓1937; 1938﷓1939, n.d.; 1940﷓ 1941;1942﷓1945, n.d.
5Report of Committee: Askey & Feist, 1942
6Report of Committee: Askey & Staples, 1945﷓1947
7Report of Committee: Badiali & Mark, Jr., 1942﷓1943
8Report of Committee: Badiali & Yanssens, 1945﷓1946
9Report of Committee: Donaldson & Martin, 1935
10Report of Committee: Donaldson, 2935﷓1936, 1939
11Report of Committee: Donaldson & Unger, 1938
12Report of Committee: Donaldson & Parks, 1937﷓1939
13Report of Committee: Evans & Younker, 1939﷓1940
14Report of Committee: Evans, LeCorre & Unger﷓Beaverdale Case, 1940﷓1941
15Report of Committee: Evans & Timms, 1941﷓1942
16Report of Committee: Evans & Feist, 1942
17Report of Committee: Ghizzoni & Mottey, 1935﷓1938
18Report of Committee: Ghizzoni & Younker, 1936
19Report of Committee: McConnaughy & Watkins, 1936
20Report of Committee: Mottey & Younker, 1939﷓1945
21Report of Committee: Parks & Unger, 1937﷓1942
22Report of Committee: Parks & Kosh, 1938
23Report of Committee: Parks & Younker, 1940﷓1941, 1943, 1946
24Report of Committee: Parks & Evans, 1941﷓1943
25Report of Committee: Parks & Feist, 1941﷓1946
26Report of Committee: Parks & Yanssens, 1947
27Report of Committee: Stephens & Thomas, 1937
28Report of Committee: Sweeney & Hall, 1935﷓1936
29Report of Committee: Sweeney & Younker, 1936﷓1938
30Report of Committee: Sweeney & Badiali, 1937
31Report of Committee: Sweeney & Unger, 1935, 1937﷓1938
32Report of Committee: Sweeney & Yanssens, 1937﷓1939
33Report of Committee: Thomas & McConnaughy, 1934﷓1935
34Report of Committee: Thomas & Askey, 1934﷓1935
35Report of Committee: Thomas & Watkins, 1935﷓1936
36Report of Committee: Thomas, 1936
37Report of Committee: Thomas & Rush, 1936
38Report of Committee: Thomas & Younker, 1936﷓1937
39Report of Committee: Timms & Maholtz, 1943﷓1944
40Report of Committee: Unger & Feist, 1943﷓1945﷓1946
41Report of Committee: Unger & Younker, 1938, 1940﷓1941, 1943
42Report of Committee: Watkins & Ghizzoni, 1934
43Report of Committee: Watkins & Moriarty, 1935﷓1936
44Report of Committee: Yanssens & Feist, 1942﷓1943, 1946
45Report of Committee: Younker & Yanssens, 1937﷓1938, 1946
46Report of Committee: Younker & Green, 1940
47Report of Committee: Younker & Feist, 1945
48Report of Mike Delgretto, 1947
49Report on strip mines, 1947
50R & P Coal Co. General, 1939﷓1943, 1945, 1948, 1950, n.d.
51Report on Retirement Fund, 1938, n.d.
52Retail Coal Producers' Association﷓members' letters, 1935﷓1939
53Retail Coal Producers' Association﷓members' letters, 1940﷓ 1941, n.d.
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1151Resolutions: Special Convention, District #2, 1939
2Resolutions: wage scale, 1942﷓1943
3Retirement Plan corresp., 1937, 1939, n.d.
4Roosevelt File, 1935, 1936, 1940
5Safety Lamps, 1935, 1949, 1950
6Safety Committee Reports, 1942﷓1944, 1947﷓1950
7Safety Committee Reports, 1942
8Safety Committee Reports, 1942
9Safety Committee Reports, 1941﷓1942, 1949﷓1950
10Safety Division, 1948﷓1949, n.d.
11Safety Division, January﷓April 1950
12Safety Division, May 1950﷓April 1951
13Selective Service System, 1942﷓1943
14Seniority Rights, 1957﷓1960, n.d.
15Six Day Work Week, 1942﷓1943
16Slant face mining rate﷓Somerset County, 1937
17Smith & Maine, Attorneys, 1947
18Smith Drag Line Conveyor, 1940﷓1942
19Smith Drag Line Conveyor, 1943﷓1944
20Sonman Explosion, 1940
21SS Act﷓general corresp., 1935﷓1936, 1938, n.d.
22Specifications﷓outside labor, n.d.
23St. Mary's Sewer Pipe Company, 1938﷓1941
24B. H. Snyder & Sons, 1948
25St. Michael's Local #3648, 1944﷓1947, n.d.
26Edward Sweeney, 1950﷓1952
27State College, PA﷓reports, 1942, 1951
28State College, PA﷓reports, n.d.
29State College, PA﷓reports, 1939﷓1942
30State College, PA﷓corresp., 1939﷓1942
31State College, PA﷓corresp., 1943﷓1948, 1950﷓1952
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1161Steel workers/James Mark's Financial Papers, 1936﷓1941
2J. W. Stephenson Report, 1938
3Strike reports, 1934, 1946
4Strike﷓North American Refractories Company, 17 December 1936
5Strip Mine Operations, 1939, 1941
6Strip Mine Committee, 14 May 1945
7Strip Mine Operations, 1945﷓1946
8Strip Mine Wage Scale, 1942, 1951
9Supreme Court Decision, 1935, 1939
10Suspension of members, 22 October 1935
11Taft﷓Hartley Act, 1947
12Teamsters﷓Local #110, Johnstown, 1937﷓1939, n.d.
13Tax Collection, 1934, 1936
14Temporary agreements & memoranda, 1934, 1942, 1944﷓1949, n.d.
15Third week unemployment compensation, September 29﷓30, 1939, n.d.
16John Ira Thomas, 1939﷓1940
17Treasury Department, 1940﷓1941, 1944, n.d.
18Harve Tibbot corresp., 1939﷓1942
19UMWA News, 1950
20Unemployment Compensation pamphlets/circulars, 1943, 1945﷓1949
21Unemployment Compensation pamphlets/circulars, 1939, 1941, 1943﷓1945, 1949, 1950, n.d.
22Unemployment Compensation pamphlets/circulars, 1946
23Unemployment Compensation pamphlets/circulars, 1947
24United Clerical, Technical & Supervisors Employees, 1945﷓1947
25United Construction Workers, 1936, 1939﷓1942, 1946, 1948
26United Construction Workers newspaper, 1947
27United Retail & Wholesale Employees, 1940
28United States Congressman, 1945﷓1946
29Safety Competition Reports, 1942﷓1948, 1951
30United War Fund, 5 October 1944
31Ezri Van Horn, 16 March 1948
32Victory Coal Production Committee, 1942﷓1943
33Victory Coal Production Committee, 1942, n.d.
34Victory Coal Production Committee, 1942
35Vintondale Band, 1940
36Vintondale Colliery Company, 1940﷓1941
37Voting Record of United States Senators, 1939﷓1940
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1171Wage corresp., 1931﷓1932
2Wage & Hour Law, 1937, 1939﷓1940, 1945, n.d.
3Wage Scale, 1941, n.d.
4Wage Scale, 1937﷓1942, n.d.
5Workmen's Compensation Act, 1939, n.d.
6Mrs. John Welsh Case, 1936﷓1938
7Wizner Mine, August 26th, September 6, 1938
8Wage Scale Resolutions, 1937﷓1939
9War Food Administration, 1945
10War Loan Drives, 1944﷓1946, n.d.
11War Production Management, 1942﷓1945, n.d.
12Welfare Association of Indiana, October 1, 1935﷓October 1, 1936, n.d.
13Wage Scale﷓National, 1941﷓1942, n.d.
14Wage Scale Matters﷓National & District, 1943, n.d.
15Wage Scale Committee, 1943﷓1945, n.d
16Wage Scale Conference, 1943
17Wage Scale Conference, 1 April 1943
18W. P. A., 1937﷓1939, n.d.
19Wage Scale Convention, 24 February 1939
20Wage Scale Convention, 1940﷓1941
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1181A Compensation Queries Queries regarding membership & pensions Arbitrations
2B Queries: membership Welfare Fund queries Arbitrations Membership policies Non﷓union strip mines
3B Compensation queries Membership policies Strike in Kittanning
4C Compensation queries Welfare & Retirement Fund Membership policies Arbitrations
5Contracts Queries: routine office corresp. Press Release: Shooting on picket line Circular letter to non﷓union coal companies
6D Queries: membership Queries: miner's pension Queries: compensation Arbitrations Civil Liberties Case﷓District #5
7G Queries: Welfare & Retirement Fund Grievances Local disbars officers for financial indiscretions Routine office corresp.
8 G Queries: Welfare & Retirement Fund Grievances Queries: membership policies Non﷓union mines
9E Welfare & Retirement Fund Routine office corresp. Wage Scale Queries Queries: union membership
10F Grievances Queries: Welfare & Retirement Fund Routine office corresp. Queries: membership policies
11H Welfare & Retirement Fund Grievances
12H Welfare & Retirement Fund Routine office corresp.
13Earle Houck UMWA Records﷓move from Clearfield, 1949
14 I Routine office corresp.
15Injunctions, 1951
16J Routine office corresp
17K Routine office corresp
18K Routine office corresp
19Dinner for Internat'l Vice President Thomas Kennedy, 27 May 1950﷓corresp
20L Routine office corresp
21L Pension﷓related corresp. Routine office corresp. Welfare & Retirement Fund
22M Membership﷓related corresp. Benefits﷓related corresp.
23M Membership﷓related corresp. Benefits﷓related corresp.
24Mc Routine office corresp
25-26Val J. Mitch﷓Delinquent Coal Commission UMWA Welfare & Retirement Fund, corresp. (2 files)
27N Routine office corresp.
28 O Benefits﷓related corresp. Routine office corresp
29P Pension/Benefits﷓related corresp. Strip Mine﷓related corresp. Routine office corresp.
30R Benefits﷓related corresp. Routine office corresp.
31R Pension/Benefits﷓related corresp. Membership﷓related corresp. Routine office corresp.
32S Routine office corresp. Pension/Benefits﷓related corresp.
33S Benefits﷓related corresp. Routine office corresp. Strikes﷓related corresp.
34S Benefits﷓related corresp. Membership﷓related corresp.
35Benefits﷓related corresp. Routine office corresp.
36T Pension/Benefits﷓related corresp. Routine office corresp.
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1191U Routine office corresp.
2 V Routine office corresp. Audit reports﷓Local #6966
3W Benefits﷓related corresp. Membership﷓related corresp. Routine office corresp.
4Y Benefits﷓related corresp.
5Z Benefits﷓related corresp. Routine office corresp
6Anderson, Arthur
7Askey, Bunny
8Autonomy﷓pertaining to information from Thomas Kennedy & W. A. Boyle
9Bedekovich, Joseph
10Belin, Carl A.
11Brennan, Martin F., President District #7
12Brinkley, Sterling B., M.D.﷓Area Medical Administrator
13Busarello, John, President, District #5
14Boyle, W.A.
15Degretto, Mike
16Memorandum to Mr. Donaldson
17Dunn, Thomas F., Regional Director, Region #14
18Evans, Lewis, Commissioner, L. U. #860, Colver, PA
19Farrell, Patrick, Chairman, Cambria County Commissioners
20Fohl, Robert, Director, Region #19
21Furnace Run
22Gabelli, Arnold
23Glasgow, Walter S., Regional Director, Region #13
24Golden, E. O., Attorney at Law
25Houck, Earl E., Director of Legal Department
26Hughes, Frank, President District #3
27Jackson, Matthew, Financial Sec'y Local Union #472, South Fork
28Jones, John T.
29Jones, John T., memorandum, director
30Kennedy, Thomas
31Kershetsky, Joseph, President District #9
32Kosik, John
33Krimsly, Samuel, Attorney
34Lease, Jack
35LeCorre, James
36Lewis, A. D.
37Letters of application
38Lewis, John L., Internat'l President
39Lippi, August J., President District #1
40Lippi, John A.
41Lonetti, John
42McMullen, Lloyd, Recording Sec'y, Local #1386, Nanty﷓Glo
43Mottey, George, Board Member
44Maize, Richard, Sec'y Department of Mines﷓Harrisburg
45Memorandum to Mr. Mark
46Marshall, Bill, Student at West Virginia University
47Miller, Floyd
48Mosier, Clarence
49Owens, John, Sec'y﷓Treasurer
50Owens, Willard, Attorney
51Pacifico, Adolph
52Parks, William
53Pay Statements (Mary Catherine McCabe)
54Personal File﷓Ghizzoni
55Ponchione, Irvin, Recording Sec'y, Local #850, Revloc
56Pruch, William, Recording Sec'y
57Raymond, Amades
58Salamone, Samuel, Woodland, PA
59Saylor, John, Congressman, 26th District PA
60Sheets, John, Recording Sec'y Local #488
61Slagle, Owen
62Smorto, Arnold D.
63Staples, Joseph, DuBois, PA
64Svilar, Dragich, President Local #838, Botlz
65Thomas, Lester
66Timms, Bernard, Board Member
67Truxell, W. Curtis
68Urbaniak, Cecil J., President District #31
69Whitsett, Frank A., Attorney
70Widman, Michael F., Jr., Internat'l Office
71 Yanssens, Ernest
72Younker, Harvey
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1201A Queries: pensions & benefits General corresp. Safety Division: Violations of Safety Code: #2 Mine; Helvetia Mine; Proctor #3 Mine﷓New Shawmut Mining Company; R. D. & T. Mine, Timblin Members' rights
2Carl A. Belin, Attorney from Clearfield County, corresp.
3Sterling B. Brinkley, corresp.
4B Queries: membership rights & status Safety Division: Violations of Safety Code: Portage #4 Mine; Penker #3 Mine; Portage #2 Mine; Portage #1 Mine; Ernest Mine; Cammos #1 Mine, Heverly Station; #72 Mine, Johnstown; Acosta﷓Gray Company #3 Mine; Ruth Mine, Shamrock; Glen Fisher Mine; Cadogan Mine; Virginaia #14 Mine, Heshbon, PA; Swank #23 Mine; Flick Coal Co. #4 Mine, Kimmelton, PA; Hiyasota #2 Mine, Thomas Mills, PA Queries: benefits Internat'l Election Resolutions & Wage Agreement Doctors in Indiana County﷓caring for miners
5B Safety Division: Violations of Safety Code: No. 35 Upper Mine, Windber; Eureka #35 Lower Mine, Windber; Logan #3 Mine, Ruthford; Logan #4 Mine, Johnstown; No. 1 Mine, Onnalinda' Cortwright #1 Mine, Beaverdale; Lick Run #3 Mine, Onnalinda; Paul Mine, Stoystown; Gulish Coal Company/Good A﷓22 Mine, Bells Landing Organizing employees of stores in Windber area by District #50, an UMWA affiliate Election of Committeemen Queries: benefits
6Corresp. relating to John P. Buserallo
7-8Corresp. relating to W. A. Boyle (2 files)
9C Queries: benefits Medical care﷓Company doctors Elections Safety Division: Violations of Safety Codes: Trudgen Coal Co., Kittanning; Fulton #2 Mine, Coalmont; Swank #13 Mine, Johnstown; Swank #15 Mine, Holsopple (Benson); Holsopple Mines; Sandy Run Coal Co., Langdondale; Broadtop #10 Mine, Hopewell; Glendale #7 Mine, Hopewell; Maryland #1 Mine, St. Michael
10D Membership status Queries: benefits Safety Division: Violations of Safety Code: Two Lick #1 Mine, Indiana; Stineman #12 Mine, Lorain Borough; Hughes #2 Mine, Bens Creek; Creekside Coal Co., #1 Mine; Jordan #1 Mine, Ansonville; #1 Mine, McCartney; Haws #7 Mine and others
11Clarence Donaldson, Vice President UMWA District #2
12E Queries: benefits Queries: membership Safety Division: violation of codes, misc. mines
13Lewis Evans, 1952﷓Miner's Convention
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1211F Queries: benefits General corresp. Queries: membership, transfer cards, payment of officers Safety Division: violations of code, committees
2Charles Ferguson
3Charles Ferguson﷓Safety Division
4G Resolutions Queries: benefits Queries: membership Safety Division: violations of code Organization of employees of stores in Scalp Level & Windber area by District #50 Wage Agreements
5E. O. Golden, Attorney, Kittanning
6H Safety Division: Violations of Code Queries: benefits Queries: membership, rights of members Internat'l Election of Officers
7Earl E. Houck, Attorney, Washington, D. C.
8I Queries: membership Welfare & Retirement Fund Safety Division: violations of code
9J Safety Division: violations of code Queries: benefits General Corresp.
10John T. Jones, Director Labor's Non﷓Partisan League
11K General corresp. Safety Division: violations of code Queries: membership Queries: benefits
12Thomas Kennedy, Vice President UMWA Internat'l
13L Queries: benefits Safety Division: violations of code General corresp
14 R. T. Laing, Executive Director of the Central Pennsylvania Coal Producers' Association
15John L. Lewis, Internat'l President
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1221Mc Wage Scale Agreement Queries: benefits Safety Division: violations of code Election of Checkweighmen Investigation﷓Josephine, PA General corresp.
2Memoranda: Membership, Bonding Company, National Policies, Misc.
3Plaque from United States Army
4M Cases Queries: benefits Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America to UMWA Safety Division: violations of code Wage Agreement General corresp. Queries: membership Strike at Garrett, PA
5Richard Maize, Sec'y of Mines. Complaint of Labor Dispute at Ehrenfeld #3 Mine
6James Mark﷓personal
7John J. Mates, assistant to the President
8Val J. Mitch, Counsel to the Trustees, UMWA
9N Queries: benefits Safety Division: violations of code
10O Query: benefits Elections﷓Political call
11John Owens, Sec'y﷓Treasurer UMWA
12P Queries: membership rights, transfer cards Queries: benefits Safety Division: violations of code
13Q Membership
14R General corresp. Safety Division: Safety Committee, violations of safety code
15Josephine Roche
16Thomas F. Ryan, Jr.
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1231Thomas F. Ryan, Jr.
2-3S Queries: membership Queries: benefits General corresp. Safety Division: Safety Committees, violations of safety code Arbitration Case﷓Joseph Janus (2 files)
4Henry Shore, NLRB Regional Director
5J. W. Stephenson, Compensation Department
6T Queries: benefits Queries: membership Safety Division: Safety Committee, violations of code Wage Agreement
7Lester Thomas, Internat'l Representative
8U Politics﷓UMWA
9V Queries: benefits Safety Division: violations of code
10W Safety Division: violations of code General corresp. Queries: benefits
11J. W. Wetter
12Michael F. Widman, Jr.
13Y Constitution & Wage Agreement﷓Portage Local #498 Queries: benefits Safety Division: violations of code
14 Z Membership Queries Safety Division: violations of code

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Series VII: General Files

BoxFolder
1241Anonymous Letters
BoxFolder
2Assessment Records
3Board Members, list
4Bond Information
5Centre County, 1952. Twelve largest producers of non﷓union coal 6 Clarion County, . Largest producers of non﷓union coal 1952
7Clearfield County, . Largest producers of non﷓union coal 1952
8Circular letters to local union in District #2
9Coal Sales
10Contracts
11Contract Files, 1945, 1950, 1951
12Contracts signed﷓board members territory
13Contract information﷓blanks and forms
14Delinquent coal companies
15Department of Labor﷓A. F. L. news
16District #50
17Employees in Cambria County
18Employees of River Smokeless Coal Co.
19Indiana Hospital, General File, 1950-1953
20Indiana Hospital, Employee Hospital Committee﷓Financial statements, 1950-1953
21Inspection Reports, 1950
22Johnsonburg Paper Mill Mine
23Labor offices, pensions & welfare and retirement fund
24Leaflets
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1251Map lists
2Margrotti Denise Mine﷓Somerset County
3Mechanized mining by territory
4-6Membership lists (3 files)
7Mine Ratings
8Mineral Industry Surveys
9Types of mines in District #2
10Misc. File
11Coal Companies in District #2﷓from Mr. Widman's desk
12NLRB﷓April 1952
13NLRB Cases
14NLRB
15NLRB﷓charges against employees
16News clippings﷓state police and Kelly
17News release
18Non﷓union coal production, 1953
19Non﷓union mines by board members' territories, 1952
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1261Open Pit Association
2Operators, Location of mines, railroads 1953
3Organization Possibilities
4Organizational reports
5Organizational surveys () July-August 1952
6Photostats of names of employees of certain coal companies
7Production by inspection districts in District #2, 1950
8Production by inspection districts not in District #2
9Production reports﷓State, 1951
10Production Reports, . Non﷓union strip mines over 25,000 tons 1951
11Production﷓worksheets on tonnage, 1950
12 Reports from state mine inspector 1950
13Production by inspection districts in District #2 1951
14Radio speeches
15Report of investigation. Preparation characteristics of coal from Somerset County, PA
16Safety in the mines
17Statistical Report of Bituminous Coal Miners' unionization and unemployment 1951-1952
18Requests by local unions for representatives to attend meetings
19Termination of contract notices sent August 1952
20Tonnage report
21Tuberculosis & Health Association﷓Cambria County
22 United Construction Workers﷓Internat'l Union of Operating Engineers
23U. S. Steel﷓Coal Division
24Valley Camp Coal Company
25Wingert Contracting Company
26Weekly Reports
27Misc.
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1271Robert Bailey Coal Company
2Brookamyre Coal Company
3Bradford Coal Company﷓Angelo J. Cefalo
4Cable Coal Company
5R. J. Carlin, Inc., Snow Shoe, PA
6Contour Island Mining Company
7Denise Coal Company
8Fetteroff Coal Company
9Hillman Coal & Coke Company
10Imperial Coal Company﷓S. J. Groves & Sons
11Paul E. Kerlin Construction Company
12Lampkie Brothers Coal Company, Glen Campbell, PA
13New Shawmut Mining Company
14Penele Company
15C. E. Powell Coal Company, Blandburg, PA
16P & K Coal Company (Prushnok)
17Shrader Coal Company
18Valley Camp Coal Company
19Wabash Ridge Corporation
20D. G. Wertz Coal Company
21Williams Coal Company
22Wingert Contracting Company, Butler, PA
23Woolridge Coal Company, Clearfield, PA
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1281Anderson, Arthur
2Damato, James A
3Degretto, Mike
4Delaney, Harold
5Feist, Joseph
6Flannery, Tom
7Grabelli, Arnold
8Ghizzoni, John
9Kosik, John F.
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1291Lease, John
2Lewis, John L.
3Lippi, John A.
4Lonetti, John
5Mark, William A.
6Mosier, Clarence
7Owens, William (Attorney) v. Ed Golden, 1953
8Punchak, Michael
9Raymond, Amades
10Richardson, James
11Slatcoff, Samuel
12Younker, Harvey
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1301Acosta﷓Gray Mine Explosion Report from Commonwealth of PA﷓Clyde H. Maize, W. R. Cunningham & C. L. May
2Amendments, 1956
3Amendments, 1956
4Adrian Hospital Committee, Punxsutawney, PA, Campaign Donation Letter
5 Signatories to Wage Agreement 1956
6Bituminous Coal Open Pit Mining Conservation Act as amended 19 August 1955
7Circulars sent by Mr. Ghizzoni
8Companies that signed agreement 1955 and 1956
9Alexander D. Alexander & Robert Pendleton Case, 1951
10Allegheny River Sub﷓Basin, Clean Stream Control Program, 1954
11Anti﷓Labor Bills
12Applications for exempted work on the sixty day clause﷓ individual men
13Armstrong County Memorial Hospital, letters sent concerning contributions to the hospital
14Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Company﷓Baltimore, Maryland
15Bath house﷓those in District #2, charging miners and no charges
16Bids made by companies to the state of PA﷓State Business Service, 219 Walnut Street, Harrisburg, PA
17Bituminous Mining Observer, Cheswick, PA
18Black Lick Township﷓buys coal land
19Bloodmobile﷓Cambria County﷓American Red Cross, 1956
20Boyle literature
21Briquette Plants at Windber, PA, 1957
22U. S. Bureau of Mines﷓held 8 May 1954, Coal Dust Explosion Demonstration 15 November 1955
23Bureau of Mines﷓information on demonstrations at its experimental coal mine, Bruceton, PA
24Applications on C. I. O.
25Cambria County Childrens' Home (State's possibility of taking over home to create home for retarded children)
26Campaign, on fatalities and injuries﷓Circular letter sent to all locals by Charles Ferguson 1957-1958
27Car Loading, Brockway Fuel
28-30Car Loading﷓New Shawmut Mining Company (3 files
31Car shortage﷓editorial and statement, November 1955
32Richard DeAngelis
33Statement made by Don Ghizzoni at Cherry, Illinois, on the Cherry Mine Disaster 15 November 1959
34City & County Clinic﷓Johnstown, PA﷓Harvy Younker on Board
35Clearfield miners who signed cards with UMWA from Cleafield & Centre Counties, (Younkers) 1959-1960
36Clearfield County general miners' meeting, Winbourne Hall , mimeographs 19 March 1957
37Clearfield Strike & Penelec, 1955
38Clearfield Bituminous Coal Corp.﷓coal lands
39Production report﷓injunction cases/Clearfield County
40 Coal Companies﷓by Counties for District #2 1954
41Coal Companies under Board member's name, 1956
42Coal dust explosion, September 1954
43Coal lands in Clearfield County﷓leased August 1955
44Coal producing companies in Clearfield County
45"Barnesboro seeks Coal Pilot Plant", newspaper clipping
46Coalport Associates﷓report made to John L. Lewis, 27 February 1952
47Comstock Fuel Company
48Conemaugh Valley Hospital
49Conference on the Aged, September 1960
50Conference﷓Washington, D.C., Statler Hotel, 26 April 1954
51Congressional Record﷓84th Congress
52Congressional Record March 1954
53Corresp.﷓letters written for Mr. Younker by Mr. Ghizzoni
54Cresson Joint High School﷓matters concerning erection of school on certain property
55Cribbs Rest Home
56District Convention﷓Johnstown
57-59District #31﷓decisions (3 files)
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1311Doctors, 1955
2Doctors strike at Indiana Hospital, DuBois Hospital, Adrian Hospital, 1955
3Doctors' File﷓current R & P Coal Company
4Doctor File﷓medical reports under R & P Coal Company and Helvetia Coal Company
5Erie Turnpike Commission
6Exchange students﷓Marco Allera, John Mucciarelli, January 1957
7Export Firm﷓Overseas Coal Shipping
8Facts and Figures, 1956, 1958, 1959
9Federal Coal Mine Safety Board of Review﷓September 1954
10Fetterolf﷓John L. Lewis, 1957
11John S. Fine, Governor, Harrisburg, PA
12Friends of Socialist Commentary
13Gas Ignition Report
14Ghizzoni, John, 1957
15Government leaders tax program, 1955
16J. T. Hayes﷓Theatrical Stage Employees and Moving Picture﷓Kittanning, PA
17Hospital Association﷓Central Cambria, regarding new hospital for Ebensburg
18House Bills: RE﷓Dept. of Mines Bituminous Coal
19House Resolution﷓400 in support
20Hoxsey Cancer Clinic
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1321Indiana Chamber of Commerce, 1955
2Indiana County Non﷓Partisan League, 1952
3Indiana Hospital﷓Employees Hospital Committee, cash receipts﷓disbursements, 1956
4Indiana Hospital﷓Employees Hospital Committee, cash receipts﷓disbursements, 1957
5Indiana Hospital﷓Employees Hospital Committee, cash receipts﷓disbursements, 1958
6Indiana Hospital﷓Employees Hospital Committee, cash receipts﷓disbursements, 1959
7Indiana Hospital﷓Employees Hospital Committee, cash receipts﷓disbursements, 1960
8Indiana Hospital﷓Employees Hospital Committee, Financial statements, 1955
9Indiana Hospital﷓General File, 1956-1961
10Indiana State College, Indiana, PA, 1961
11Internat'l Free Trade Union Movement
12Internat'l Labor Affairs﷓Japan Productivity Center﷓Job Evaluation Study Team
13Internat'l Longshoremen's & Warehousemen's Union, 1956
14Jamison Coal & Coke Company Disaster, Farmington, West Virginia, 3 November 1954
15Johnstown Coal & Coke Company﷓Incentive Plan
16Jones, John T. Distress Area Letters, 1954
17Kennedy﷓Irvin Labor Bill, Senate No. 1355
18Kennedy, Thomas﷓injunctions, 1957
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1331Layoffs, 1955
2Labor Day Celebration﷓Clearfield, United Labor Organization, Clearfield, Centre County 1956
3Legal File, 1953
4UMWA Legislative Conference, , Harrisburg, PA 11 February 1955
5Legislative Report of PA (Lester Thomas), 1955
6Lewis, John L.
7Local Union #488, Lucerne Mines, PA
8Lucerne Cleaning Plant Explosions, 9 February 1954
9Map Scale for maps of Mr. Younker's
10Meat Cutters' Union
11Memorial Hospital Drive﷓Johnstown, PA, December 1953
12Memoranda, 1954
13Memoranda, 1955
14Memoranda, 1956
15-16Memoranda, (2 files) 1957
17Memoranda by Mr. Ghizzoni and Mr. Younker, 1958
18Memoranda, 1959
19Memoranda, 1960
20Memoranda, 1961
21Memoranda, 1962
22George Mottey
23Cambria County Mental Health Association, 1955
24Mental Health Program﷓Indiana County
25Mines Closed, 1953-1954
26Mines Closed by PA Railroad Strike, 1960
27Minimum Wage Bill﷓House of Representatives # HR 3935, 1961
28Mining Legislation﷓first history of this subject
29Closed and Idle Mines in Board Members' Territories , partial list 9 April 1954
30Minutes﷓legislative conference, Harrisburg 11 February 1955
31R. O. Murphy
32National Independent Union Council
33National Mine Service File﷓Indiana, PA, Leslie Householder
34Neely Sub﷓committee Hearing at Altoona, PA at Penn Alto Hotel﷓Mr. Ghizzoni's statement 29 March 1955
35Newsletters﷓sent out by Mr. Ghizzoni
36Newsletters﷓UMWA
37Newspaper articles, 1956
38Newspaper clippings , C. J. Potter﷓R & P Coal Company, Books Kennedy﷓ UMWA May 8, 1957
39-40Newspaper Clippings (2 files)
41Newspaper clippings﷓begins with August 1, 1957
42-43National Safety Council (2 files)
44Copies to District Board Members on Non﷓Union Coal, 20 April 1953
45Non﷓Union Mines﷓18th Inspection District, Cambria County that did not sign the Agreement 1956
46Non﷓Union Coal Companies by Territories, 1954
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1341Central PA Open Pit Mining Association
2Open Pit Worker's Association﷓Clearfield County
3Open Pit Worker's Assoc.﷓newspaper clippings
4Open Pit Worker's Assoc.﷓propaganda and newsclippings, 1958
5Territory #2, DeAngelo 1958
6Open Pit Worker's Assoc., 1957
7Strip Mine Operators by Counties, 1960
8Operators
9Operators in District #2
10Operators﷓propaganda
11Mine Operators in the United States
12Operators who produced over 40 tons of coal per man per day in the Bituminous Coal Division during 1955
13Penn Cigar Company, Johnstown, PA, 1955
14PA Business Survey
15PA Citizens' Committee for Better Education
16PA Dept. of Commerce
17PA Dept. of Mines﷓Bituminous Operating Companies, 1953
18PA Dept. of Mines﷓Applications for Open Pit Mining, 1956
19PA Dept. of Mines﷓Open Pit Mining Conservation Act
20PA Dept. of Mines﷓Information and Invitations to meetings from different inspectors
21PA Dept. of Welfare, Mrs. Tova Fried, Administrative Assistant
22PA Industrial and Occupational Conference, Harrisburg, PA
23PA Junior Republic Association﷓Grove City, PA
24PA Job Protection Association﷓David Williams, Director, October 20, 1955
25PA Joint Safety Committee﷓September Dept. of Labor and Industry and Dept. of Mines 1955
26PA Railroad Company﷓James M. Symes, President﷓Broad Street Station Building; Philadelphia 3, PA
27PA Rehabilitation Program, August 1955
28PA State Coal Buying Law, 1955
29PA State Education Conference, 12 July 1955
30Penn State University﷓State College, PA
31PA Turnpike Commission, 11 North Fourth Street, Harrisburg, PA
32Pensioners, Local Unions 838, 980, 998, 1040, 6394, 6411, 7713
33Petition on Punxsutawney Jointure Staples
34District Photographs
35American Federation of the Physically Handicapped, Inc
36Physically Handicapped﷓Indiana County, Local Unions involved: 3548, 488, 599
37Roster of Pickets in Clearfield County, 1956-1957
38Picket Duty Bills from Board Members
39Pine Township Coal Co.﷓ 1960
40Price Cutting not the answer, 1958
41Production by Inspection Districts in District #2
42Bituminous Coal Production (photostats) 1900-1938
43Bituminous Production by the State Dept. of Mines of PA, 1954
44Bituminous Production for Central PA, 1949-1954
45Production of Coal in District #2, 1952
46Production Reports (General & Itemized), 1959
47Production by Counties, 1954
48Production
49Punxsutawney School Jointure
50Red Cross﷓Cambria County and other counties
51Research Coal Development of New needs, 1956
52Residual Fuel Oil, 1961
53Letters to Local Unions RE: Residual Fuel Oil
54Residual Fuel Oil﷓Importation Facts and Bulletins
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1351Resolutions
2Resolutions and Radio Speech
3Rosendale meeting of Pensioners, 1955
4Rough Work by territories, April 1954
5Resolutions﷓Slagle, RE: Roads
6The Right to Work Law corresp
7Robena Mine, ﷓U.S. Steel Co./Commission Kmetz, J. Ghizzoni & C. Urbaniak 12 October 1954
8Roof Bolting/Recommendations on Robena Mine
9Safety program to reduce assidents & fatalities at all mines in District #2﷓Letter from Mr. Ghizzoni
10Safety Review Board, U. S. Federal Coal Mine Safety Board of Review
11Safety Violations, : Compiled by Charles Ferguson, Safety Activities 1956
12Division of Sales and Use Tax﷓Coal Dept. of Revenue, State of PA, brought in by John Lease
13Salvation Army﷓Johnstown, PA
14Saward's Journal
15Scout Councils (Boy Scouts & Girl Scouts), October 1954
16Scott, Foresman & Co., requesting books
17Senate Bill #743﷓Amendment to Federal Mine Safety Act
18Senate Labor Hearings on unemployment in Central PA, March 1955
19-20Senate Sub﷓Committee Hearing,, City Hall in Johnstown, PA (2 files) February 9, 1956
21Senate Sub﷓Committee Hearing, , Photographs February 9, 1956
22Senate Sub﷓Committee on Election Expenditures, . Senator Gore, Chairman 1956
23Signatories﷓Coal Companies who signed Contract October 1, 1956
24Silberstein﷓Penn Texas Corp.
25Somerset County
26Somerset County Instructions RE: Picket Lines, 19 April 1954
27Statistical Information on Federal Coal Mine Inspections
28Joseph Staples﷓June , Organizational Director, Territory #5 1953
29Stream Pollution﷓letter to state
30Strip Mine Bill﷓State of PA, January 1956
31Strip Mine Bill 1961
32Strip Mine Bill , newsclippings 1961
33Strip Mine Land Owners, 1956
34Suez Canal, 1956
35John J. Thompson Coal Co., 1960-1961
36Thickness of Bituminous Coal
37Tonnage Rates
38Torrance State Hospital, 1956
39T. V. A.
40Twin Rocks, PA, Development Committee, 1956
41Unemployment Conditions in District #2﷓UMWA
42Union Coal Companies
43Union Press Courier Patton, PA, weekly newspaper
44Vacation letter from Vice President Kennedy, 1955
45Vacation period corresp. & work permits, 1961
46Vacation period for (letter sent to all signatories) 1960
47Vacation period corresp. & work permits, 1960
48Vacation permits to work during miner's vacation, 1959
49Item sent to all independent signatories of N. B. C. W. A. of October 1, 1956 notifying them of a change in dates for the vacation period of 1958
50Vacation permits to work, 1958
51Vacation permits to work, 1957
52Christmas Day Pay, letter from John L. Lewis, 1957
53Vacation Pay, Christmas, 1956
54Vacation permits to work, 1956
55Vacation date period (June 25, 1955)
56Vacation permits to work granted by Mr. Ghizzoni for Miner's Vacation Period 1955
57-59Vacation payment letter acknowledgments by Coal Companies, (3 files)60 Vacation Payment﷓letter dated 12 May 1954 sent to all companies operating in District #2 13 May 1955
61Permits given to companies to do work during vacation period 1953-1954
62Vacation payment, 12 May 1954, letter sent to all signatories of Nat'l Bituminous Coal Wage Agrmt. of 29 September 1952
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1361Veterans﷓Re﷓employment Rights Handbook
2Vienna﷓Fourth World Congress Report
3Wage Stabilization Board
4Water Board﷓State of PA, 1956
5Western PA Clean Streams Association, Inc
6West Virginia Dept. of Mines
7Windber, PA
8Wiretapping Handbook
9Work stoppages﷓grievances, 1956
10Clearfield Organizing Campaign﷓Younkers File
11Signatories to the December 1, Amendment "Younkers File", compiled January 11, 1960 1958
12White Sheets﷓Receipts, agreement, 1964
13Contract Information Sheets Agreement 1964
14 Agreement﷓White Sheets & Contract Information Sheets 1966
15Contract, 1968
16Newsclippings
17Tonnage, 1964
18Residual Fuel Oil Literature, 1962
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1371 January 1966
2 February 1966
3 March 1966
4 April 1966
5 May 1966
6 June 1966
7 July 1966
8 August 1966
9 September 1966
10 October 1966
11 November 1966
12 January 1967
13 February 1967
14 March 1967
15 April 1967
16 May 1967
17 June 1967
18 July 1967
19 August 1967
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1381 September 1967
2 October 1967
3 November 1967
4 December 1967
5-6 (2 files) January 1968
7-8 (2 files) February 1968
9-10 (2 files) March 1968
11-12 (2 files) April 1968
13-14 (2 files) May 1968
15-16 (2 files) June 1968
17-18 (2 files) July 1968
19-20 (2 files) August 1968
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1391-2 (2 files) September 1968
3 October 1968
4 November 1968
5 January 1969
6 February 1969
7 March 1969
8 April 1969
9 May 1969
10 June 1969
11 July 1969
12 August 1969
13 September 1969
BoxFolder
1401 Mr. Younker 1967
2 Mike 1967
3 Lynn 1967
4Mr. Slagle 1969
5unknown 1969
6Mr. Slagle 1970
7Mike 1970
8Bruno 1970
9﷓Judy 1970
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311Accident Investigation Reports
2Accident Prevention Training, 1954-1962
3Accident Prevention Training Certificates
4-9Plaque from United States Army
10Agreement Eastern Bituminous Coal Association, 1935
11Appalachian Agreement, 1939
12Central PA Coal Producers Agreement, 1939
13Agreements while under Gov't contract, UMWA, 1941, 1943, 1945, 1946
14Central PA Bituminous Coal Fields﷓Agreements, 1899-1949
15Special Agrmt﷓Back Beyond 1950
16 1950 Wage Agrmt﷓as amended, December 1958
17 Change of infotmation forms for Wage Agrmts 1950
18Amendment 1950
19 Kentucky Agrmt 1950
20 Special Agrmts 1950-1951
21Agrmt 1951
22Agrmt, Blank copies 1952
23 Agrmt, contracts signed up to 25 September 1952 1950-1951
24Agrmts, contracts signed up to 1 October 1952 1950-1951
25 Agrmt 1955
26 Agrmts, contracts 1955
27 Agrmts, contracts 1956
28Agrmts﷓copies 1945-1956
29 Agrmt 1956
30 Agrmts Bituminous Coal Operators Association 1958
311958 Agrmts and Amendments to Agrmt 1950
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1421 Agrmt 1958
2 Agrmts 1914-1959
3Materials concerning Agreement of September 1933
4O. I. D. Agreements, 1959 1942, 1947﷓1948, 1951﷓1952,
5Agrmts﷓Wage Payment & Collection Law, September 1961
6Agrmts﷓Cleaning Plants and Tipple, 1959, 1964
7Agrmts﷓Truckers, 1959, 1965
8Amendment to N. B. C. W. A. 1966
9Wage Rate Agrmts﷓Strip Mine Coke Rates, 1956, 1965-1970
10Wage Agrmts﷓Engineers' Wages, 1969-1970
11Wage Agrmts, 1968-1971
12Wage Agrmts, 1964 & Deep Mine Trucker's Joint Commission on Wages, 1968-1970
13 Agrmt﷓Nat'l Policy Committee 1964
14UMWA Agrmts, 1899-1968
15, October 3rd﷓State Air Pollution Commission 1961
16Alpine Coal Company
17Alverda Local Union Hall Sale
18American Arbitration Association
19American Mining Congress
20Anonymous letters received
21Appalachian﷓PA Coal Miners Research Unit, 1964
22Application Blank to Join Union, 7 June 1930
23Appointments of men hired for the District Organization
24Arbitrators
25Arbitration Cases to be heard, 9 May 1958
26Arbitration Rules
27Area Medical Office
28Ark Coal Company (non﷓union) Hickory Hill, PA
29Atomic Energy Commission
30Atomic Power Plant to be Developed by General Electric and General Dynamics
31 Assessment $2.00 for Local #1880 Strike Relief Fund, Locals #1269, #1609 1962
32Assessment $10.00, January 1957
33Assessment, 1952
34Assessment﷓National, 1955
35Assessment﷓National, 1956
36Associate, no. 2, 1973
37Alverda Local Union Hall Sale
38American Arbitration Association
39American Mining Congress
40Anonymous letters received
41Appalachian﷓PA Coal Miners Research Unit, 1964
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1431Audit, District 2, John Kmetz, 1969
2Audits, District 2, July 1, 1942﷓December 31, 1943, 1944﷓1950 and Local Union #7925 Scalp Level Audit, 5 December 1947﷓8 , John Yourishin, Auditor June 1949
3Autonomy﷓District 2, report & corresp
4Partial Autonomy suspended in District 2, 27 May 1956
5Andrew Balbo Coal Company
6Baltic Coal Co., Morrisdale, PA
7Bankruptcy
8Bell Telephone Co. of PA
9Berwind Mine #35
10Bituminous Coal Production Board﷓District #1, Bulletin, 1943
11Bituminous Coal Research
12Bituminous Inspection Districts
13Bituminous Miners' Certificate Act, 1967
14Bonds﷓District Office
15Bonds for payment of wages
16Bonds for payments RE: Companies of Welfare Payment
17Boy Scouts of America﷓Admiral Robert E. Peary Council
18W. A. Boyle, Visit to District 2, 19 October 1967
19W. A. Boyle, Visit to District 2, Oriental Ball Room, Gallitzen, 17 June 1969
20-21 Boyle﷓Yablonski Election Campaign, (2 files) 1969
22Bulletin, Central PA Coal Producers Assn
23-25 Bureau of Mines﷓United States general file (3 files)
26Bureau of Mines Information Circulars: Injury Experience in Coal Mining, 1967; Survey of Dust﷓Control Practices in the Coal Mining Industry, 1956
27Cambria County Board of Assistance
28Cambria County Industrial Development Corp. Wage Negotiations with Commissioners at Courthouse, 1973
29Central PA Coal Producers Assn. ﷓Nuclear Power Report, 1967
30Central PA Coal Producers Assn., corresp
31Central PA Open Pit Mining Assn., corresp.
32Centerville Clinics, Inc
33Charters lifted in District 2 from various local unions, 1930-1956
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1441Checkweigh Law
2Checkweigh Letter of Advice﷓Miss Roche & Mr. Ghizzoni
3Chest X﷓Rays
4Circular, 26 July 1934
5Coal Statements by Thomas Kennedy, October 1961
6Coal Campaigns for Cleaner Air
7Coal Companies﷓Dept. of Interior, corresp., 1950-1951
8Coal﷓History of Coal
9Coal Lands leased to non﷓union operators by members of Central PA Operators Assn., 1951
10Coal Research Board
11Coke Oven Rates﷓Districts 2, 3, 4, 5
12Communist Party
13Company Employee Exemptions Contract 1947
14Compensation Dept.﷓District 2 January-March 1939
15Compensation Laws, Abstract 1956
16Consolidation Coal Company, Mannington, West Virginia
17Constitution 1948-1952, 1956, 1960
18National Convention, Cincinnati, Ohio, 1952
19Call for International Convention by St. Michael Local Union, 1954
20-21International Convention, Denver, Colorado, (2 files) 1968
22International Convention, Bal Harbour, Fla., 1964
23International Convention, 1956
24International Convention, 1960
25Minutes of District Convention of 1886 with corresp 1957
26Special Convention, Altoona, PA, 1943
27Special Convention, Altoona, PA, 1946
2840th Consecutive Convention, 1948
29Special Convention, Altoona, 1949
30Special Convention, Altoona, 1954
31Special Convention, 10 May 1957
32Special Convention, 23 July 1965
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1451Davis Coal Co. (non﷓union), Altoona, PA﷓Albert Yonskosky
2Decisions﷓Final
3Dispensation File, inclusive 1948-1955
4Dispensation File, 1956-1957
5District Executive Board Meeting, 29 October 1953, 24 March : Local #1040 transfer and other matters 1953
6District Executive Board Meeting, 23 March 1954, 21 May 1954, 20 July 1954
7District Executive Board Meeting, 11 January 1955, 24 March 1955, 4 April 1955
8District Executive Board Meeting, 17 January 1956, 22 May 1956
9District Executive Board Meeting, 6 June 1957, 30 July 1957
10District Executive Board Meeting, 17 December 1957
11District Executive Board Meeting, November 12﷓13, 1958, January 19, 1960, June 15, 1962
12District Executive Board Meeting, 27 April 1967
13Dollars for Defence of the UMWA Bicentennial
14Driscoll Mining Co. & Collins Fuel Co.
15 Dues raised $4.25 & $1.25 corresp. 1956
16Eldora Coal Co., (non﷓union) 1958
17Election, November 3, 1953
18Election , Vote for John P. Saylor 1954
19Elections, political 1970
20Erickson Coal Sales Co. (non﷓union) NLRB Election
21Evans Trucking Co. (non﷓union)
22Expansion Coal Co. (non﷓union)
23Federal Coal Mine Safety Law Bill #3584, 1965
24Federal Gov't Coal Contracts, 1956
25Financial Receipts and Expenditures﷓District 2, 31 December 1931
26Audit of District 2, 1 January 1930-31 December 1932
27Financial Reports﷓District 2, 1934
28Financial Reports﷓District 2, 1935
29Financial Reports﷓District 2, 1936
30Financial Reports﷓District 2, 1937
31Financial Reports﷓District 2, 1938
32Financial Reports﷓District 2, 1939
33Financial Reports﷓District 2, 1940
34Financial Reports﷓District 2, 1941
35Financial Reports﷓District 2, 1942
36Financial Reports﷓District 2, 1943
37Financial Reports﷓District 2, 1944
38Financial Reports﷓District 2, 1945
39Financial Reports﷓District 2, 1946
40Financial Reports﷓District 2, 1949
41Financial Reports﷓District 2, 1950
42Financial Reports﷓District 2, 1951
43Financial Reports﷓District 2, 1952
44Financial Reports﷓Organizing Campaign, 1952
45Financial Reports﷓Organizing Campaign, 1953
46Financial Reports﷓District 2, 1953
47Financial Reports﷓District 2, 1954
48Financial Reports﷓Organizing Campaign, 1954
49Financial Reports﷓Organizing Campaign, 1955
50Financial Reports﷓District 2, 1955
51Financial Reports﷓District 2, 1956
52Financial Reports﷓Organizing Campaign, 1956
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1461Financial Reports﷓District 2, 1957
2Financial Reports﷓Organizing Campaign, 1957
3Financial Reports﷓District 2, 1958
4Financial Reports﷓Organizing Campaign, 1958
5Financial Reports﷓Orgnaizing Campaign, 1959
6Financial Reports﷓District 2, 1959
7Financial Reports﷓District 2, 1960
8Financial Reports﷓Organizing Campaign, 1960
9Financial Reports﷓District 2, 1961
10Financial Reports﷓Organizing Campaign, 1961
11Financial Reports﷓Organizing Campaign, 1962
12Financial Reports﷓District 2, 1962
13Financial Reports﷓Organizing Campaign, 1963
14Financial Reports﷓District 2, 1963
15Financial Reports﷓Organizing Campaign, 1964
16Financial Reports﷓District 2, 1964
17Financial Reports﷓District 2, 1965
18Financial Reports﷓District 2, 1966
19Financial Reports﷓District 2, 1967
20Financial Reports﷓District 2, 1968
21Financial Reports﷓District 2, 1969
22Fines
23First Aid Instructors Certificate
2422nd Annual First Aid Meet, 13 June 1964
2523rd Annual First Aid Meet, 1965
2624th Annual First Aid Meet, 14 May 1966
2725th Annual First Aid Meet, 13 May 1967
2825th Annual First Aid Meet, Carmichaels, PA, 9 September 1967
2926th Annual First Aid Meet, 31 August 1968
3027th Annual FIrst Aid Meet, , Indiana, PA 7 June 1969
3128th Annual First Aid Meet, 29 May 1970
32Food Stamp Program
33Ford Foundation
34Free Material﷓all Districts, 12 MArch 1935
35Freebrook Corp.﷓Umpire Case
36Freeland Manufacturing Company, Freeland, PA
37Freight Rates, I. C. C.
38Fry Stone & Coal Company
39Fuels Research Council, Inc.
40General Assembly
41Gob Piles﷓Refuse
42Governor's Conference, 1954, 1955
43Governor's Conference on Pneumoconiosis
44Grades of Coal﷓PA
45Griener Baking Company﷓Agrmt, Local union #7634
46Health Programs (various), Medical Centers, etc.
47Helpers on Machines
48Hess & Hess, Attorneys
49History of Coal Mining﷓Cambria & Indiana Counties
50History of District 2 UMWA﷓proceedings of District Convention at DuBois, 9 June 1886 and 17 June 1886
51History of UMWA﷓published 1956
52Hoisting Engineer's Rates
53Holders' Record of 85HS, 1960, 1962-1964
54John Huluska﷓Strip Mine Bill, 1963
55Indiana County Democratic Rally﷓letters, 5 November 1955
56Indiana Hospital﷓corresp., 1935
57Indiana Hospital﷓corresp. & reports, 1940-1948
58Indiana Hospital Employee Hospital Committee, Financial Statements, 1941-1945
59Indiana Hospital Employee Hospital Committee, Financial Statements, 1946-1947
60Indiana Hospital Employee Hospital Committee, Financial Statements, 1948-1949
61Indiana Hospital & Doctors general corresp., 1941-1947
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1471-2InterAmerican Labor Bulletin (2 files)
3Internal Revenue Form 990
4International Chemical Workers Union
5International Commission﷓District 2 Investigation, September 1961
6International Election of Officers, 1964
7International Election UMWA, 8 December 1969 & Ballots, 11 December 1956
8International Election and Nomination, 1969
9International Executive Board, 1954-1973, 1975
10Iselin Sportmen's Club
11James Coal Mining Company
12JARI﷓Johnstown Area Regional Industries
13Jeffery Ramcar Operator Rate
14Johnstown Flood, 20 July 1977
15Joint Commission on Wages
16Joint Conference File
17-19Joint Industry Contract Committee, corresp. (3 files)
20Judges﷓State of PA
21K & S Coal Company (non﷓union)
22John F. Kennedy, President of United States
23Kenneth Schmidt Fund
24Keystone Electric Generating Plant
25Kittel Property, Ebensburg, PA
26Kuhn Coal Company (non﷓union)
27Labor Day Speech﷓Ghizzoni & Sesser, 1962
28-29Labor Day Celebration﷓District 6, (2 files) 5 September 1967
30Labor Management, LM﷓2, LM﷓6
31Labor's Non﷓Partisan League
32Legislative Program﷓UMWA, 26 February 1963
33-37Landrum﷓Griffin Bill (5 files)
38John L. Lewis
39Local Union Elections
40Local Union Halls in District 2
41Local Unions in District 2 with Deductions or plans over the payroll above the dues
42Local Unions disbanded, 1973
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1481Local Union Officers, 1978
2Local Union #1370 Controversy with District 2, and Local #1370 Financial Record 1930
3Local Union #6212 Financial Ledger, 1934-1938
4Local Union #6212 (?) Treasurer's Ledgers, 1937-1938
5Lumstead Injunctions﷓John Dresmich vs. Commonwealth of PA
6McCullough & House, Attorneys
7Maple Coal Company
8Marhoefer Baking Company, Inc., Indiana, PA
9Martin﷓Marietta Coal Lands (non﷓union), Bedford County
10Medical Assistance for the Aged﷓mass mailing for Area Medical Office
11Mine Drainage Manual
12Mine Foreman (assistant) Ruling, 1955
13-14Mine Mechanics Training Program﷓Manpower Development & Training, (2 files)
15Applications for copies of Miner's Certificates﷓blank
16-17Miners' Hospital﷓Spangler, PA (2 files)
18Miners' Hospital﷓Spangler, PA, Termination of Participation with Fund 1961
19Miscellaneous
20Moshannon﷓North Central Safety Association
21Nation﷓wide Committee of Industry, Agriculture & Labor on Import/Export Policy
22National Bank of Washington
23National Coal Association
24National Coal Policy Conference
25National Coal Policy Conference, Pennsylvania Commission
26National Guard
27New York Central C. B. C. Coal﷓Coal Holdings in Central PA as of , Knox Twp., Clearfield County, Centre County﷓John L. Lewis 23 April 1954
28Non﷓Certified Miner Training Programs
29Non﷓Union Coal Companies
30Non﷓Union Coal Companies, Clearfield County
31Non﷓Union; Hansolvan Coal Co.
32Non﷓Union; J. Bruce Meyer Company
33-34Non﷓Union; John A. Thompson Coal Company (2 files)
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1491Non﷓Union; Woolridge Coal Company
2Non﷓Union men that signed cards with UMWA from Clearfield & Centre Counties, 1959-1960
3Non﷓Union Mines﷓District 2, , R. O. Lewis 1964
4-6Non﷓Union organizational campaign in Clearfield & Centre Counties, (3 files) 1959-1960
7Non﷓Union Owners of Coal Lands leased to non﷓union strip operators, 8 May 1961
8Norelco
9-11Organization﷓General Corresp., Clearfield & Centre Counties (3 files)
12PA Employer﷓Wage Earner Job Protection Association
13PA Governor's Conference on Pneumoconiosis, November 30-December 2, 1964
14-15PA State Bituminous Safety Association (2 files)
16Pension﷓Fact & Figures from R. O. Lewis, 1964
17Pensioners﷓letters sent to attend meeting, at Croatron 10 November 1955
18Picket Duty letters & picketing laws
19Pina Coal Company v. UMWA﷓lawsuit
20Progressive Miners of America
21-23Residual Fuel Oil, (3 files) 1962
24Resolutions
25Retail Coal Producers Association of Greater Johnstown Listing 1935
26Shawmut Coal Company
27Shawville Area, 1955
28Signatories List
29Small Coal Mine Safety Act
30-31Somerset County Coal Operators Association﷓Martin L. Markel (2 files)
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1501Speeches﷓miscellaneous
2State Mine Inspector Letters for Endorsement, 1956
3State Mining Legislation
4State Owned Lands﷓letter to Governor from Thomas Kennedy, Vice﷓President, UMWA
5Surplus Food Distribution in District 2, 4 May 1954
6Sykesville Meeting, 24 June 1934
7Tearing Run Thermal Mine No. 8﷓Financial Ledger, 1934-1939
8Telegrams﷓miscellaneous
9Telford Coal Company﷓Hooversville, PA
10Thompson﷓Starrett Company, Inc.
11Training School in Cambria County, 1964
12Traverny Case﷓Coal Tipple Dynamited, newsclippings
13Tunnelton Mining Company
14Umpire
15Umpire's Decisions, 10 July 1935
16Umpire's Decisions, 2 January 1936
17Umpire's Decisions﷓other districts
18Unemployed miners in Central PA (Beaverdale Mines) 1960-1961
19Unemployment Compensation File﷓general
20United Coal Lands﷓Armstrong County
21United Coal Lands﷓Clarion County
22United Industries Commission of John McAlpine, Local Unions #933 & #3036
23United Industries Facts & Figures
24United Industries﷓John McAlpine investigation
25United Industries RE: Sheffner with U. I. Local Unions #923 & #3036 Heard by Yablonski & Phillipi
26United Kennedy
27United Lawyers
28UMWA Conference, 11 January 1965
29UMWA Dept. of Occupational Health
30UMWA Journal Listings
31UMWA Relocation Committee
32United Shoffner & Pennington
33United Way
34Violations of the NBCWA by Companies of Local Unions
35Wall Street Journal, 1962
36Walsh﷓Healey Act, RE: Tennessee Valley Authority from John L. Lewis February 1957
37Welfare & Retirement Fund﷓chronology
38Welfare & Retirement Fund﷓pension booklet
39Welfare & Retirement Fund﷓Rehabilitation of the Disabled
40Wertz Caol Companu (non﷓union)
41Western PA Committee for the Greater Pittsburgh Labor Day Observance
42West Freedom Mining Company, Kittanning, PA
43West Penn Power Company
44West Penn & Penelec
45White House Conference
46Wilcox Miner﷓augerhead, short wall operation
47Wildcat Strikes, 23 July 1970
48Windburne Local Union Hall #176
49Windbur's Diamond Anniversary Committee, 1972
50Work, newspaper
51Workman's Compensation File, 1953
52Work Stoppages﷓District to advise locals on unwarranted work stoppages, 1956
53Work Stoppages﷓Grievances settled without loss of time, 1956
54Work Stoppages﷓Declaration of Policy, 17 May 1956
55Work Stoppages﷓Telegrams, 1953-1956
56Work Stoppages﷓Fines not Refunded, 1957
57Work Stoppages﷓Fines Refunded, 1957, 1962
58-59Work Stoppages (2 files) 1957
60Work Stoppages﷓Appeals, Recommendations sent to local unions, 1957
61Work Stoppages﷓authorized, 1958
62Work Stoppages﷓corresp., 1958
63Work Stoppages﷓Appeals pending, 1958-1960
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1511Work Stoppages, 1962-1963
2Work Stoppages, 1965-1967
3Work Stoppages, 1966
4Work Stoppages, 1967
5Work Stoppages, Agreement 1970; 1968
6Work Stoppages, Agreement 1971; 1968
7Work Stoppages, Agreement 1978
8Youghiogheny & Ohio Coal Company, Cleveland, Ohio
9Young Twp. School Board RE: Tax on Pension
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1521Agreement﷓Wage Rates, Deep Mines 1966
2Agreement﷓Wage Rates, Deep Mines & Long Wall Rates 1968
3Agreements﷓Wage Rates paid by State of PA
4Circulars﷓National
5Coca﷓Cola Bottling Company of Indiana, PA
6District 2 Special Convention , Altoona, PA 1953
7-8Facts & Figures, (2 files) 1952-1954
9Facts & Figures, 1959-1962
10Facts & Figures, 1952-1964
11Facts & Figures, and miscellaneous 1969
12-13Lumber Contracts (2 files)
14Miners for Democracy﷓Yablonski, U. S. District Court, Owen Slagle & John M. Lease
15-16 Miners for Democracy﷓Petition for Autonomy (2 files)
17Miscellaneous
18Letters to Boyle﷓misc.
19National First Aid Mine Rescue Contest Meeting & Minutes, 1953
20National Labor Relations Board Cases﷓Armstrong County Picket Editorials, corresp. with Joseph Fiest, UMWA
21National Labor Relations Board Cases
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1531P & N Coal Company v. UMWA et al﷓an injunction
2Picketing in District 2, January 1968 newsclippings
3Pro﷓Rata Vacation Pay﷓letter to Ghizzoni from Boyle
4Signatories﷓list
5United Coal Lands﷓Jefferson County
6United Shoffner

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Series VIII: Receipts and Expenditures

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1541-8January Receipts and Corresp. (8 files)
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9-12January Expediture pages (4 files)
13January National Report
14January Receipts Ledger
15January Expenditure Ledger
16February Receipts Ledger
17February Expenditure Ledger
18February National Report
19-24February Expenditure pages (6 files)
25-30February Receipts & corresp. (6 files)
31-35March Receipts & corresp. (5 files)
36March Expenditure Ledger
37March Receipts Ledger
38March National Report
39-43March Expenditure pages (5 files)
44-49April Receipts & corresp. (6 files)
50April Receipts Ledger
51April Expenditure Ledger
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1551-6May Receipts & corresp. (6 files)
7May Receipts Ledger
8May National Report and Expenditure pages
9-11June Receipts & corresp. (3 files)
12June Expenditure Ledger
13June Receipts Ledger
14-18June Expenditure pages (5 files)
19June National Report
20-25July Receipts & corresp. (6 files)
26July National Report
27July Expenditure Ledger
28July Receipts Ledger
29-32 July Expenditure pages (4 files)
33-39August Receipts & corresp. (6 files)
40-43 August Expenditure pages (4 files)
44August Receipts Ledger
45August National Report
46August Expenditure Ledger
47-50September Expenditure pages (4 files)
51September National Report
52September Receipts Ledger
53September Expenditure Ledger
54-58September Receipts & corresp. (5 files)
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1561-3October Receipts & corresp. (3 files)
4-8October Expenditure pages (5 files)
9October National Report
10October Expenditure Ledger
11October Receipts Ledger
12-15November Expenditure pages (4 files)
16November National Report
17November Receipts Ledger
18November Expenditure Ledger
19-24December Receipts & corresp. (6 files)
25-29January Expenditure pages (5 files)
30January National Report
31January Expenditure Ledger
32January Receipts Ledger
33-35 January Receipts & corresp. (3 files)
36-40February Expenditure pages (5 files)
41February National Report
42February Receipts Ledger
43February Expenditure Ledger
44-46February Receipts & corresp. (3 files)
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1571-5March Expenditure pages (5 files)
6March National Report
7March Reciepts Ledger
8March Expenditure Ledger
9-11March Receipts & corresp. (3 files)
12April Expenditure Ledger
13April Receipts Ledger
14April National Report
15-20April Expenditure pages (6 files)
21-23April Receipts & corresp. (3 files)
24-26May Receipts & corresp. (3 files)
27May Receipts Ledger
28May National Report
29May Expenditure Ledger
30-34May Expenditure pages (5 files)
35-37 June Receipts & corresp. (3 files)
38-42June Expenditure pages (5 files)
43June Receipts Ledger
44June National Report
45June Expenditure Ledger
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1581-3July Receipts & corresp. (3 files)
4July Receipts Ledger
5July Expenditure Ledger
6July National Report
7-10July Expenditure pages (4 files)
11-13August Receipts & corresp. (3 files)
14-18August Expenditure pages (5 files)
19August National Report
20August Expenditure Ledger
21August Receipts Ledger
22September Receipts Ledger
23September Expenditure Ledger
24-28September Expenditure pages (5 files)
29September National Report
30-32 September Receipts & corresp. ( 3 files)
33-37October Expenditure pages (5 files)
38October National Report
39October Expenditure Ledger
40October Receipts Ledger
41-43October Receipts & corresp. (3 files)
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1591-5November Expenditure pages (5 files)
6November National Report
7November Expenditure Ledger
8November Receipts Ledger
9-11November Receipts & corresp. (3 files)
12-18December Expenditure pages (7 files)
19December Receipts Ledger
20December National Report
21December Expenditure Ledger
22-25December Receipts & corresp. (4 files)
26January Receipts Ledger
27January Expenditure Ledger
28-31January Expenditure pages (4 files)
32January National Report
33-39January Receipts & corresp. (7 files)
40-45February Expenditure pages (6 files)
46February National Report
47February National Report
48February Receipts Ledger
49-53 February Receipts & corresp. (5 files)
54March Expenditure pages
55March National Report and Receipts Ledger
56-66March Receipts and corresp. (11 files)
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1601April Receipts Ledger
2-7April Expenditure pages (6 files)
8April National Report
9April Expenditure Ledger
10-11 April Receipts & corresp. (2 files)
12-14May Receipts & corresp. (3 files)
15-17June Receipts & corresp. (3 files)
18-23 June Expenditure pages (6 files)
24June National Report
25June Receipts Ledger
26June Expenditure Ledger
27-32 July Expenditure pages (6 files)
33July National Report
34July Expenditure Ledger
35July Receipts Ledger
36-37July Receipts & corresp. (2 files)
38August Expenditure Ledger
39August Receipts Ledger
40August National Report
41-46 August Expenditure pages (6 files)
47-51August Receipts & corresp. (5 files)
52-54September Receipts & corresp. (3 files)
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1611-6September Expenditure pages (6 files)
7September Receipts Ledger
8September Expenditure Ledger
9September National Report
10-15September/October Receipts & corresp. (6 files)
16-21October Expenditure pages (6 files)
22October National Report
23October Expenditure Ledger
24October Receipts Ledger
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1621-5November Receipts & corresp. (5 files)
6November Receipts Ledger
7-12November Expenditure Pages (6 files)
13November National Report
14November Expenditure Ledger
15-19December Expenditure pages (5 files)
20December National Report
21December Receipts Ledger
22December Expenditure Ledger
23-27December Receipts & corresp. (5 files)
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1631Semi﷓Annual and Annual Reports, 1931
2Semi﷓Annual and Annual Reports, 1932
3Quarterly Reports, 1933
4Report﷓January through June, 1941
5Report﷓July1-December 31, 1943
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4191Compensation Awards District #2 1962-1968
2Compensation Awards District #2 1969
3Compensation Awards District #2 1969
4Compensation Awards District #2 1970
5Compensation Awards District #2 1971
6United Mine Workers District #2 Bills 1967
7United Mine Workers District #2 Bills 1968
8United Mine Workers District #2 Bills 1969
9Expense account for Attorney Creany 1969-1970
10Expense account for Attorney Creany 1974
11Bills for Workmen's Compensation 1973
12Vouchers for Workmen's Compensation 1974
13Workmen's Compensation Policy and Forms
14Evon, Dorothy Vacation and Overtime statements
15Pawclowski, Blair Statements
16Canceled Check and Bank Statements
17Schmidt trust account
18W2 and W3 income statements for non﷓employees
19Taxable wages for form 941 and form 941 for 1974
20Earned income tax for and Pennsylvania income tax 1974
21Whiteford, Helen Vacation and Accident Insurance 1974
22Papers from United Mine Workers Compensation Department
23Deposits By Workmen's Compensation and Nation Bank Account
24Pennsylvania unemployment compensation
25Deduction Statements 1974
26Compensation Departments Disbursements 1974
27Benjamin Coal Company Newspaper Clippings
28Benjamin Coal Company Organizing Drive and NLRB Election 1969
29Application cards for membership in the United Mine Workers of America
30Benjamin Coal Company employees list 1967
31Benjamin Coal Company employees laid off 1967
32Telegrams to Benjamin Coal Company Requesting Postponement of the Case
33Benjamin Coal Company Workers Organization
34Benjamin Coal Company Vs United Mine Workers of America
35Pension Plans
36Paul Revere Life Insurance Company papers
37Benjamin Coal Company employees list 1969
38Miners For Jobs
39United Mine Workers of America voters registration
40Coal Hauler Contract Negotiations
41Coal Hauler Contract Negotiations
42Transport Agreement
43Miscellaneous Publications

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Series IX: Arbitration Cases: 1947-1971

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1641UMWA Index to Cases
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2Book 1, p. 000-200
3Book 2, p. 201-450
4Book 3, p. 451-700
5Book 4, p. 701-950
6Book 5, p. 951-1100
7Book 6, p. 1101-1400
8Book 7, p. 1401-1750
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1651Book 8, p. 1751-2249
2Book 9, p. 2250-2700
3Book 10, p. 2701-3234
4Book 11, p. 3235-3637
5Book 12, p. 3638-4109
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1661Book 13, p. 4110-4380
2Book 14, p. 4381-4634
3Book 15, p. 4635-4866
4Book 16, p. 4867-5013
5Book 17, p. 5014-5298
6Book 18, p. 5305-5637
7Book 19, p. 5638-5924
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1671Book 20, p. 5924-6005
2UMWA Decision Commission Cases, 2735-2948
3UMWA Other Jurisdictions
4An Historical Overview of the UMW of America and the Rochester & Pittsburgh Coal Company's Arbitration Cases: 1958﷓1985" by James G. Pollock, 30 August 1986
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1681Commissioners' Cases﷓Somerset, : Case nos. SU﷓387 through SU﷓447 1948-1957
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1691Commissioners' Cases, : Case nos. O﷓958 through U﷓1136 1947-1952
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1701 Commissioners' Cases, : Case nos. U﷓1137 through U﷓1284 1953-1958
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1711Commissioners' Cases, : Case nos. U﷓1285 through U﷓1410 (not inclusive) and Complaints﷓A Resumé 1959-1969
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1721Arbitrated Cases, (chronological order) 1969-1970
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1731Arbitrated Cases, (chronological order) and Letters and Reports to John Kmetz 1971
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1741Complaints, including an incomplete Index for all cases, case nos. U﷓1 through U﷓978 and an Index for Cases referred to Arbitration Board and Umpire by Commissioners﷓includes case no. and page where located 1947-1969
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1751Complaints, and Arbitrated Cases U﷓1395, U﷓1397, U﷓1396 1947-1969
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1761 Arbitrated Cases﷓Somerset Association including Index and p. 48-1113. District 2 Complaints, p. 2852-4065
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1771Complaints of Board Members-Submissions:Askey
2Badiali
3Buhite
4Degretto
5Evans
6Ghizzoni
7Green
8LeCorre
9Lewis
10Maholtz
11Mark
12McConnaughey
13Merril
14Mitchell
15Mosier
16Mottey
17Parks
18Redding
19Staples
20Timms
21Unger
22Wickey
23Yanssens
24Younker
25Withdrawals-Askey
26Badiali
27Donaldson
28Evans
29Gabelli
30Green
31Lease
32LeCorre
33Mark
34 McGinty
35 Mosier
36Mottey
37Parks
38Slagle
39 Staples
40 Timms
41Wood
42Yanssens
43 Younker
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1781-3Decisions, September 1922 & May 14, (3 files) 1923
4-5Decisions, May 15, 1923 & June 1, (2 files) 1924
6Arbitrated Cases, Somerset 1948-1957
7Arbitrated Cases, , A﷓Z 1958-1966
8Commissioned Cases, 1919-1923
9Complaints made by Miners against companies
10Discharges for Local Union Members
11Testimony of Discharge of Tony Leone and Nick Rogo
12Evidence, 1924 Dirty Coal Case
13Memos to Commissioners, 1954-1959
14Memos to Commissioners, 1960-1962
15Arbitrated Cases heard by PA Supreme Court
16Bruno Telk, complainant, against Pittsburgh Coal Company, U﷓1419, 1969
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1791Umpire's Decisions﷓Somerset, , A﷓Z (alpha by Coal Company) 1947-1957
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1801Umpire's Decisions, (alpha by Coal Company) 1947-1956
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1811 Umpire's Decisions, (alpha by Coal Company) 1957-1969
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4091 1933
2 Jan., Feb. 1934
3 March and April 1934
4 May-Sept. 1934
5POctober- December 1934
6 1934
7 1934
8 1934
9 1934
10 1934
11 1934
12 January 1935
13 January and February 1935
14 February 1935
15 March and April 1935
16 May 1935
17 1935
18 1935
19 1935
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21 1935
22 1935
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24 1935
25 1935
26 1935
27 1935
28 1935
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30 1935
31 1936
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34 1936
35 1936
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37 1936
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39 1936
40 1937
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44 1937
45 1937
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4101 1937
2 1937
3 1938
4 1938
5 1938
6 1938
7 1938
8 1938
9 1938
10 1938
11 1938
12 January-August 1939
13 September-December 1939
14 >January-June 1940
15 June-August 1940
16 September-December 1940
17 January-March 1941
18 April-December 1941
19 January-March 1942
20 April-June 1942
21 July-August 1942
22 August-September 1942
23 October-December 1942
24 January 1943
25 February and March 1943
26 April-July 1943
27 August and September 1943
28 October 1943
29 November and December 1943
30 January-April 1944
31 May 1944
32 June 1944
33 July-October 1944
34 November and December 1944
35 January and February 1945
36 March 1945
37 March 1945
38 April 1945
39 May-October 1945
40 October-December 1945
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4111 January-March 1946
2 March 1946
3 April-September 1946
4 September-December 1946
5 January-March 1947
6 April-September 1947
7 October-December 1947
8 1936
9 1936
10 1936
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12 1936
13 1936
14 1937
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17 1938
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33 1942
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35 1943
36 1944
37 1944
38 1945
39 1945
40 1946
41 1947
42 1934
43 1935
44 1936
45 1937
46 1938-1939
47 1940
48 1941-1942
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4121Arbitration Cases 1943-1944
2 1945
3 1946
4 1947
5Somerset Arbitration Cases 1938
6 1939-1941
7 1941
8 1942
9 1943-1944
10 1947
11Umpires Decisions- Beaver Run, Big Bend Coal Company 1933
12Carrolltown Coal Company 1933
13Cherry Tree Coal Company 1933
14Clearfield Bituminous 1933
15Derringer Fuel Company 1933
16Ebensburg Coal Company 1933
17Kristianson & Johnson Coal Company 1933
18Lanark Coal Company 1933
19Loyal Hanna Coal and Coke Company 1933
20Joseph H. Reilly Coal / Sterling Coal Company 1933
21Argyle Coal Company 1934
22Beaver Run / Buffalo & Susquehanna / Barnes & Tucker 1934
23Carrolltown Coal Company 1934
24Clearfield Bituminous Coal Company / Commercial #5 Mine 1934
25Diamond Smokeless Coal Company / Ebensburg Coal Company / Imperial 1934
26Helvetia, Heisley, Hughes, Harve﷓Mack, Huskin, and Harrington Coal Companies 1934
27Logan, Johnstown Coal & Coke, Kent, Light, Lincoln, and Lucerne Coal Companies 1934
28Kent Coal Mining Company and Monroe Coal Mining Company 1934
29Kristianson & Johnson Coal Company 1934
30Loyal Hanna, Lanark, and Monroe Coal Companies 1934
31Northwest Mining & Exchange, PA Coal & Coke 1934
32Arrow Coal Mining Company and Argyle Appalachia 1935
33Clearfield Bituminous Coal Company 1935
34Buffalo & Susquehanna 1935
35S.J. Mountz / Monroe Coal Co 1935
57Buffalo & Susquehanna / Johnstown Coal & Coke Imperial 1938
58C A Hughes Company 1938
59Barnes / Berwind White 1938
60CBC 1938
61Diamond Smokeless / Bird Coal Company / Big Bend 1939
62CBC / Ferncliff / Imperial 1939-1940
63Lindsay Coal / Monroe 1939
64Moshannon / Northwestern 1939
65PA Coal & Coke 1939
66R & 2 / Ringold 1939
67R & P Coal Company / Ringold 1939
68Shaft Coal Company 1939
69Brookwood Shaft Coal Company / Big Bend 1939
70CBC 1940
71Imperial Coal Company 1940
72Morrisdale Coal Mining Company 1940
73PA Electric / PA Coal & Coke 1940
74R & 2 Coal & Coke / Sonman Shaft Coal Company 1940
75Wilmore Fuel Company / Yorkshire Coal Company 1940
76Berwind White / Beaver Run 1941
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4131CBC 1941
2Soldier Mine 1941
3 King Coal Company / R & P 1941
4Sonman Shaft 1941 / Buffalo & Susquehanna 1942
5CBC / Cherry Tree 1942
6 Imperial 1942
7 Hamler Coal Company / Imperial 1942
8Koppers 1942
9 PA Electric Company 1942
10R & P 1942
11Stineman Coal & Coke Company 1942
12Clearfield Bituminous Coal Company 1943
13Dixonville Coal Company 1943
14Heshbon Coal Company 1943
15Koppers 1943
16R & P 1943
17R & P Coal & Coke 1943
18New York Central Railroad / PA Coal & Coke 1943
19R & P Coal & Coke 1943
20R & 2 Coal & Coke 1943
21R & P Coal & Coke 1943
22R & P Coal & Coke 1943
23Springfield Coal Corporation 1944
24R & 2 1944
25R & 2 1944
26Rockhill Coal Company 1944
27Stonebridge Coal Company / Summit 1944
28Berwind White Mining Company 1944
29PA Electric Company 1944
30R & P 1944 1944
31Hickory Hill Coal Company 1944
32Heshbon 1944
33Koppers Coal Division 1944
34Koppers Coal Division 1944
35Morrisdale Coal Mining Company 1944
36New York Central Railroad / Northwestern Mining & Exchange 1944
37Big Bend Coal Mining Company 1945
38Cherry Tree Coal Company 1945
39Imperial Coal Company / Koppers 1945
40Monroe / New York 1945 1945
41Northwestern Mining & Exchange 1945
42R & P Coal & Coke 1945
43R & P Coal & Coke 1945
44Rockhill 1945
45R & 2 Coal & Coke 1945
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4141Heshbon Coal Company 1946
2Johnstown Coal & Coke 1946
3 L.C.S. Colliery Inc. 1946
4NYC Railroad 1946
5Northwestern Mining & Exchange 1946
6 R & P / Waterman 1946
7R & P Lucerne #3 1946
8R & P Coal & Coke Ernest 1946
9 Juliette Coal Company 1947
10Allegheny River Mining Company 1947
11Berwind White Coal Mining Company: Maryland Shaft 1947
12Berwind White Coal Mining Company: Maryland Shaft #2 1947
13Beaver Run 1947
14Cherry Tree Coal Company 1947
15Loyal Hanna #6 1947
16A.L. Light 1947
17NYC Railroad 1947
18PA Coal & Coke 1947
19PA Coal & Coke 1947
20R & 2 Ernest Mine 1947
21R & P Coal Company 1947
22Sterling Coal Company 1947
23Somerset Umpires Decisions 1934
24 1934
25 1935
26 1936
27 1937
28 1937
29 1937
30 1938
31 1938
32 1938
33 1938
34 1938
35 1938
36 1938
37 1938
38 1939
40 1940
41 1941
42 1941
43 1941
44 1941
45 1941
46R & 2 Ernest Mine 1941
47R & P Coal Company 1941
48Sterling Coal Company 1941
49 1942
50 1942
51 1944
52 1944
53 1944
54 1944
55 1944
56 1944
57 1944
58 1944
59 1946
60 1947
61 1947
62 1947
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4201UMWA vs. Eastern Assoc. Coal 3-23-72
2UMWA vs. Consol 11.14.72
3 UMWA vs. Davis Trucking 2.28.72
4UMWA vs. Bethlehem Mines 6.8.76
5UMWA vs. Florence Mining 1.28.71
6 UMWA vs. Florence Mining 1.14.71
7UMWA vs. Florence Mining 10.30.70
8UMWA vs. Florence Mining 9.17.70
9UMWA vs. Florence Mining 4.9.70
10UMWA vs. Florence Mining 12.11.69
11UMWA vs. Florence Mining 4.9.70
12UMWA vs. Florence Mining 5.1.69
13UMWA vs. Eastern Associated 5.7.75
14UMWA vs, Bethlehem Mines 11.17.76
15UMWA vs. Bethlehem Mines 11.22.76
16UMWA vs. Bethlehem Mines 9.9.76
17UMWA vs. Bethlehem Mines 9.9.76
18UMWA vs. Bethlehem Mines 8.11.72
19UMWA vs. Florence Mines 8.15.72
20UMWA vs. Florence Mines 7.23.71
21UMWA vs. Florence Mines 7.23.71
22UMWA vs. Florence Mines 1.28.71
23UMWA vs. Florence Mines 3.2.77
24UMWA vs. Florence Mines 10.13.76
25 UMWA vs. First Colony Corp. 11.23.76
26 UMWA vs. Greenwich Collieries 10.9.72
27 UMWA vs. Florence Mining Co. 11.22.77
28UMWA vs. Florence Mining Co. 10.21.77
29UMWA vs. Florence Mining Co. 10.13.77
30UMWA vs. Florence Mining Co. 7.7.77
31UMWA vs. Bethlehem Mines 1.4.74
32UMWA vs. Bethlehem Mines 1.4.74
33UMWA vs. Florence 6.7.77
34UMWA vs. Bethlehem 1.11.73
35UMWA vs. Bethlehem 1.11.73
36 UMWA vs. Bethlehem 1.23.73
37 UMWA vs. Bethlehem 1.23.73
38UMWA vs. Bethlehem 5.10.73
39UMWA vs. Bethlehem 6.8.73
40UMWA vs. Bethlehem 1.3.74
41UMWA vs. Bethlehem 1.17.74
42UMWA vs. Bethlehem 8.1.73
43UMWA vs. Bethlehem 8.1.73
44UMWA vs. Bethlehem 9.6.73
45UMWA vs. Bethlehem 9.17.73
46UMWA vs. Bethlehem 11.20.73
47UMWA vs. Barnes & Tucker 11.28.73
48UMWA vs. Barnes & Tucker 3.14.69
49UMWA vs. Barnes & Tucker 10.17.69
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4211UMWA vs. Allegheny River 9.26.69
2UMWA vs. Barnes & Tucker 10.30.72
3 UMWA vs. Allegheny River 1.19.71
4UMWA vs. Barnes & Tucker 10.16.69
5UMWA vs. Barnes & Tucker 3.9.73
6UMWA vs. Barnes & Tucker 1.28.71
7UMWA vs Barnes & Tucker 5.31.72
8UMWA vs. Barnes & Tucker 6.26.72
9UMWA vs. Barnes & Tucker 6.26.72
10UMWA vs. Barnes & Tucker 7.26.72
11UMWA vs. Barnes & Tucker 8.7.73
12UMWA vs. Barnes & Tucker 8.24.73
13UMWA vs. Barnes & Tucker 1.14.74
14UMWA vs. Barnes & Tucker 1.21.74
15UMWA vs. Barnes & Tucker 1.23.74
17UMWA vs. Barnes & Tucker 10.21.74
18UMWA vs. Barnes & Tucker 11.20.74
19UMWA vs. Barnes & Tucker 5.26.72
20UMWA vs. Barnes & Tucker 9.13.72
21UMWA vs. Barnes & Tucker 9.13.72
22UMWA vs. Bethlehem Mines 10.13.72
23UMWA vs. Bethlehem Mines 8.2.72
24UMWA vs. Bethlehem Mines 4.27.72
25 UMWA vs. Bethlehem Mines 4.10.72
26 UMWA vs. Bethlehem Mines 5.13.71
27 UMWA vs. Bethlehem Mines 4.30.71
28UMWA vs. Barnes & Tucker 5.13.71
29UMWA vs. Barnes & Tucker 10.17.72
30UMWA vs. Barnes & Tucker 3.9.73
31UMWA vs. Barnes & Tucker 4.11.73
32UMWA vs. Barnes & Tucker 11.11.73
33UMWA vs. Barnes & Tucker 11.11.73
34UMWA vs. Barnes & Tucker 9.12.75
35UMWA vs. Barnes & Tucker 6.24.75
36 UMWA vs. Barnes & Tucker 6.18.75
37 UMWA vs. Bethlehem Mines 1.11.73
38UMWA vs. Bethlehem Mines 10.25.72
39UMWA vs. Bethlehem Mines 11.7.75
40UMWA vs. Bethlehem Mines 9.24.71
41UMWA vs. Bethlehem Mines 10.21.71
42UMWA vs. Bethlehem Mines 1.23.76
43UMWA vs. Bethlehem Mines 3.2.76
44UMWA vs. Bethlehem Mines 6.9.70
45UMWA vs. Bethlehem Mines 10.21.75
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4221UMWA vs. Helen 10.30.70
2UMWA vs. Helen 3.6.72
3 UMWA vs. Helvetia 5.5.72
4UMWA vs. Helvetia 1.20.71
5UMWA vs. Helen 1.28.71
6UMWA vs. Helvetia 3.1.73
7UMWA vs. Helvetia 12.14.72
8UMWA vs. Helvetia 9.22.72
9UMWA vs. Lucerne 5.5.72
10UMWA vs. R and P: Emile 10.20.75
11UMWA vs. R and P: Emile 10.17.75
12UMWA vs. R and P: Emile 9.24.75
13UMWA vs. R and P 7.19.75
14UMWA vs. R and P: Jane 5.27.75
15UMWA vs. R and P: Jane 4.25.75
16UMWA vs. R and P: Emile 5.20.75
17UMWA vs. R and P: Emile 5.20.75
18UMWA vs. R and P: Emile 1.30.75
19UMWA vs. R and P: 3.14.75
20UMWA vs. R and P: 4.22.75
21UMWA vs. R and P: Jane 4.25.75
22UMWA vs. R and P: Jane 7.19.72
23UMWA vs. R and P: Jane 9.22.72
24UMWA vs. R and P: Jane 12.28.72
25 UMWA vs. R and P: Jane 3.1.73
26 UMWA vs. R and P: Jane 8.21.73
27 UMWA vs. R and P: Margaret 8.16.73
28UMWA vs. R and P: Margaret 10.12.731
29UMWA vs. R and P 2.8.74
30UMWA vs. R and P 11.7.74
31UMWA vs. Penn Pocahontas 2.28.77
32UMWA vs. Chrenfeld 1.19.71
33UMWA vs. R and P 6.2.71
34UMWA vs. R and P 5.18.72
35UMWA vs. R and P 3.6.72
36 UMWA vs. R and P 4.29.70
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4231UMWA vs. Florence 7.25.75
2UMWA vs. Greenwich 1.29.75
3 UMWA vs. Florence 9.5.75
4UMWA vs. Florence 12.4.75
5UMWA vs. Florence 10.13.75
6UMWA vs. Florence 7.25.75
7UMWA vs. Florence 2.4.76
8UMWA vs. Florence 3.19.76
9UMWA vs. Florence 4.29.76
10UMWA vs. Florence 12.17.75
11UMWA vs. Florence 5.5.76
12UMWA vs. Florence 5.17.76
13UMWA vs. Florence 2.13.76
14UMWA vs. Florence 1.31.76
15UMWA vs. Florence 4.6.73
16UMWA vs. Florence 5.9.73
17UMWA vs. Florence 6.6.73
18UMWA vs. Florence 8.13.73
19UMWA vs. Florence 10.25.73
20UMWA vs. Florence Mining Co. 8.18.75
21UMWA vs. Florence Mining Co. 7.18.75
22UMWA vs. Florence Mining Co. 7.18.75
23UMWA vs. Florence Mining Co. 11.1.77
24UMWA vs. Carpentertown Coal & Coke 10.16.69
25 UMWA vs. Carpentertown Coal & Coke 11.25.70
26 UMWA vs. Carpentertown Coal & Coke 9.19.73
27 UMWA vs. Carpentertown Coal & Coke 10.25.73
28UMWA vs. Country Club Coal Co. 6.26.74
29UMWA vs. Carpentertown Coal & Coke 3.19.77
30UMWA vs. Carpentertown Coal & Coke 3.19.77
31UMWA vs. Greenwich Collieries 5.23.73
32UMWA vs. Greenwich Collieries 2.1.73
33UMWA vs. Greenwich Collieries 3.23.73
34UMWA vs. Eastern Associated Coal Corp. 4.11.72
35UMWA vs. Florence 10.25.73
36 UMWA vs. Florence 3.25.74
37UMWA vs. Florence 7.23.73
38UMWA vs. Florence 8.15.74
39UMWA vs. Florence 11.5.74
40 UMWA vs. Greenwich Collieries 8.28.73
41 UMWA vs. Greenwich Collieries 11.21.73
42 UMWA vs. Greenwich Collieries 2.25.74
43UMWA vs. Greenwich Collieries 2.7.75
44UMWA vs. Greenwich Collieries 4.24.75
45UMWA vs. Greenwich Collieries 9.28.76
46UMWA vs. Greenwich Collieries 12.6.76
47UMWA vs. Greenwich Collieries 8.26.75
48UMWA vs. Greenwich Collieries 9.15.75
49UMWA vs. Greenwich Collieries 6.8.76
50UMWA vs. Florence 11.8.74
51 UMWA vs. Florence 2.26.75
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4241UMWA vs. North American 10.20.77
2UMWA vs. North American 10.28.75
3 UMWA vs. North American 2.1.77
4UMWA vs. North American 5.12.77
5UMWA vs. North American 6.7.77
6UMWA vs. North American 2.26.73
7UMWA vs. North American 4.1.76
8UMWA vs. North American 9.9.75
9UMWA vs. North American 10.17.69
10UMWA vs. North American 10.30.70
11UMWA vs. North American 9.19.77
12UMWA vs. Martinsburg Electrical 4.4.75
14UMWA vs. Irvin McKelvey 6.7.74
15UMWA vs. North American 5.21.76
16UMWA vs. North American 9.15.72
17UMWA vs. North American 9.11.72
18UMWA vs. North American 10.25.72
19UMWA vs. North American 1.31.75
20UMWA vs. North American 1.15.755
21UMWA vs. North American 6.15.73
22UMWA vs. North American 9.30.75
23UMWA vs. North American 10.30.75
24UMWA vs. Helen Mining Co. 3.24.76
25 UMWA vs. Helen Mining Co. 5.17.76
26 UMWA vs. Greenwich 5.28.76
27 UMWA vs. Helen Mining Co. 6.24.763
28UMWA vs. Helvetia Mining Co. 8.31.77
29UMWA vs. Heyl & Patterson 6.13.77
30UMWA vs. Heyl & Patterson 8.16.77
31UMWA vs. Helvetia Mining Co. 5.5.72
32UMWA vs. Island Creek 3.29.73
33UMWA vs. Island Creek 2.21.73
34UMWA vs. Island Creek 2.13.73
35UMWA vs. Island Creek 3.29.73
36 UMWA vs. Helen 3.6.72
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4251UMWA vs. Bethlehem 6.11.75
2UMWA vs. Bethlehem 8.15.74
3 UMWA vs. Bethlehem 8.7.74
4UMWA vs. Bethlehem 2.15.74
5UMWA vs. Bethlehem 1.17.74
6UMWA vs. Bethlehem 2.1.74
7UMWA vs. Bethlehem 8.23.77
8UMWA vs. Bethlehem 6.14.77
9UMWA vs. Bethlehem 5.20.77
10UMWA vs. Bethlehem 8.19.69
11UMWA vs. Bethlehem 5.27.70
12UMWA vs. Barnes & Tucker 4.17.75
13UMWA vs. Barnes & Tucker 2.28.75
14UMWA vs. Bethlehem 1.21.77
15UMWA vs. Bethlehem 6.15.7
16UMWA vs. Barnes & Tucker 4.14.76
17UMWA vs. Barnes & Tucker 2.22.77
18UMWA vs. Bethlehem 2.3.77
19UMWA vs. Helvetia 8.15.74
20UMWA vs. Helen mining Co. 2.18.755
21UMWA vs. Helen Mining Co. 9.30.74
22UMWA vs. Helvetia 9.16.74
23UMWA vs. Florence 6.13.74
24UMWA vs. Barnes & Tucker 6.6.74
25 UMWA vs. Helen 2.14.74
26 UMWA vs. Helvetia 1.7.74
27 UMWA vs. Helvetia 5.17.74
28UMWA vs. Greenwich 6.21.77
29UMWA vs. Greenwich 1.6.76
30UMWA vs. Helen 2.10.75
31UMWA vs. Helvetia 3.4.75
32UMWA vs. Helen 10.9.75
33UMWA vs. Helvetia 1.20.71
34UMWA vs. Helen 1.28.71
35UMWA vs. Helen 7.24.75
36 UMWA vs. Helen 8.27.70
37 UMWA vs. Lucerne 5.15.70

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Series X: Elections: 1939-1962

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1821Territory #1
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2Territory #2
3Territory #3
4Territory #4
5Territory #5
6Territory #6
7Territory #7
8Territory #8
9District Board Directors
10Nominations
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1831Tally Sheets, for Territories #1﷓3 10 December 1940
2Tally Sheets, for Territories #4﷓8 10 December 1940
3Official Report of Election 10 December 1940
4Correspondence for Election 1940
5-6Nomination Certificates (2 files)
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1841Notification Circulars for Election
2Copy of all members nominated
3-4Nomination Certificates (2 files)
5Election circular, blank tally sheet, blank ballots and blank return sheets for Territories #1-8
6Official Return Sheet﷓Territory #1
7Official Return Sheet﷓Territory #2
8Official Return Sheet﷓Territory #3
9Official Return Sheet﷓Territory #4
10Official Return Sheet﷓Territory #5
11Official Return Sheet﷓Territory #6
12Official Return Sheet﷓Territory #7
13Official Return Sheet﷓Territory #8
14Territories #1﷓2 Tally Sheets
15Official Report of the Election 1942
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1851Election Results, 1944
2Blank Forms, 1944
3-4Nomination Certificates, 1944 (2 files)
5Correspondence for Nominations, 1944
6Official Return Sheet, 1944
7Election Ballots & Blank Forms, Constitution, 1952
8Tally Sheets, 1952
9Nomination Correspondence, 1952
10-11 Nomination Certificates, 1952 (2 files)
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1861Local Union Officers: : A-B January 1950-December 1952
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3E-G
4H-J
5K-L
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7P-Q
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1871Local Union Officers:A-B
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8H-L
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10R-S
11 T-Z
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1881Reports of Suspension of Work: A-G
2H-R
3S-Z
4Labor Statistics, 1944
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1891Weekly Reports-District 2 Officers & Employees, A 1970's
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3C
4D
5E-F
6G
7H-J
8K-L
9M
10N-O
11P-R
12S
13T
14U-W
15Y-Z

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Series XI: Conventions: 1941-1965

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1901Membership Roster
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2Delegates to Convention
3Transportation Bill Reimbursement
4Resolutions
5Original & Duplicate Copies of Credentials
6Rules Governing Convention
7Official Circular
8-10Completed Credentials (3 files)
11Minutes for the Convention
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1911Official Circular, 1943
2Delegates to Convention, 1943
3Delegates Transportation Bill, 1943
4Rules of Order, 1943 and 1945
5Bills on Floor of Convention, 1943
6-7Credentials to Convention, (2 files) 1943
8Minutes of Convention, 1943
9Local Union Membership, 1945
10Official Circular, 1945
11Delegates for Convention, February 2, 1945
12Blank Credentials, February 2, 1945
13Transportation Reimbursements, February 2, 1945
14-15Completed Credential Applications, (2 files) February 2, 1945
16Rules and Order of Business to Govern Special Convention, February 2, 1945
17Sergeant﷓at﷓arms, February 2, 1945
18Minutes of Special Convention, February 2﷓3, 1945
19Official Circular for Special Convention, 25 February 1945
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1921Official Circular, 1946
2Transportation Reimbursements, 1946
3Original Blank Credential Certificates, 1946
4-5Completed Credential Certificates, (2 files) 1946
6Completed Credential Certificates, (2 files) 1946
7Minutes of Convention, 1946
8Official Circular, 1949
9Blank Credentials, 1949
10-11Completed Credential Certificates, (2 files) 1949
12Transportation Reimbusements, 1949
13Proceedings of Convention, 1949
14Delegates at Convention, 1949
15Rules & Order of Business, 1949
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1931Official Circular
2Delegates, 1953
3Rules & Order of Business
4Transportation Reimbursements, 1953
5Membership of Local Unions, 1953
6Blank Credentials, 1953
7-8Completed Credentials, (2 files) 1953
9Minutes of Convention, 1953
10Official Circular, 1957
11Rules & Order of Business, 1957
12Blank Credentials, 1957
13Credential Committee, 1957
14Resolutions, 1957
15List of Delegates, 1957
16-17Completed Credentials, (2 files) 1957
18Scale Committee Report, 1957
19Minutes of Convention, 1957
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1941Official Circular, 1965
2Bank Credentials, 1965
3Completed Credentials, 1965
4-5Delegates, (2 files) 1965
66 Minutes for Convention, 1965
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4261Minutes
2 Local Union Numbers
3Agenda
4Call Letters
5 Preparations
6Preparations
7 Roll Call Vote
8 Preparations
9Minutes
10 Miscellaneous
11 Mandated Constitution Changes
12 Agenda
13 Election of Committees
14 Convention Rules
15 Convention Call
16 Credential Committee
17 Suggested Resolutions
18 Registration
19 Labels
20 Miscellaneous
21 Officer's Reports
22 Pencils, Decals, and Souvenirs
23 Speakers and Invitations
24Convention Resolutions
25 Constitution/Resolution Committee Report
26Proceedings

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Series XII: Worker's Compensation Cases

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1951Abbott, James vs. Consolidation Coal Co. Abramovich, Eli vs. Vinton Colliery Co. Adam, Steve vs. Vinton Colliery Co. Adamik, Stanley vs. Reitz Coal Co. Adams, Clair vs. Johnstown Coal and Coke Co. Adams, John vs. Cambria Fuel Coal Co. Adamsky, Frank vs. Cambria Smokeless Coal Co. Adempsky, Esther vs. Daugherty Mountain Mining Co. Adorgan, Lewis vs. Johnstown Coal and Coke Co. (Not in ledger) Albonissi, Frank vs. Ebensburg Coal Co. (First Injury) Albright, Walter vs. Lenox Coal Co. Alexander, Alex vs. C. B. and C. Coal Co. Alexander, Earl vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Allen, John vs. R & P Coal Co. Alwine, Ray vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Ambrose, Pearle, widow of Ambrose, Robert, deceased, vs. Mohawk Coal Co. Anderson, A. G. vs. Vinton Colliery Co. Anderson, Andrew vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. (Not in Ledger) Anderson, Dave vs. Thomas Wilkes, Jr.﷓Imperial No. 12 Mine. Anderson, George vs. Vinton Colliery Co. Anderson, William J. vs. Heisley Coal Co. Andryko, Frank vs. Moshanna Coal Co. Angelo, Frank vs. Tuscorora Smokeless Coal Co. Anthony, Mike vs. Clyde Coal Co. Antol, Paul vs. Heshbon Smokeless Coal Co. Antonchak, Harry vs. Lenox Coal Co. Arford, Russell vs. SERB Work Division Asashon, John vs. Ebensburg Coal Co. Ashcroft, Paul vs. Barnes Coal Co. Augustine, Jacob vs. Vinton Colliery Co. Avanos, Victor vs. Casgrove Mechan Coal Co. Babincsak, John vs. Big Bend Coal Co. (First Injury) Babincsak, John vs. Big Bend Coal Co. (Second Injury) Babincsak, Paul vs. Commercial Coal Co. Bablonis, Charles vs. Baker﷓Whitely Coal Co. Babula, Charles vs. Reitz Coal Co. Babula, Mike vs. Reitz Coal Co. Bahorick, Nick vs. Bethlehem Mines Corp. Bailey, William vs. Pennsylvania Coal and Coke Co. Bair, Earl vs. R & P Coal Co. Baker, Andrew vs. Davis Coal and Coke Co. Baker, Edward vs. Buffalo and Susquehanna Coal Co. Baker, Mrs. Helen vs. Johnstown Coal and Coke Co. Baker, John vs. Loyal Hanna Coal Co. Baker, Matthew vs. Johnstown Coal and Coke Co. Baker, Solomon vs. Penn Smokeless Fuel Co. Balanto, Peter vs. Stineman Coal and Coke Co. Balconis, Charles vs. R & P Coal Co. Baldini, Amerigo vs. Ebensburg Coal Co. Baldwin, Edward vs. Wilber Coal Mining Co. (First Injury) Balencich, Anna, widow of Balencich, Steve, Dec'd vs. Hiram Swank's and Sons, Inc. Balko, Mike vs. Vinton Colliery Co. Ball, James vs. Helvetia Coal Co. Balum, Stanley vs. W. L. Murray Coal Co. Banash, John vs. Johnstown Smokeless Coal Co. Barabas, John vs. R & P Coal Co. Baranchik, Andy vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Baranchik, John vs. Clearfield Bituminous Coal Co. Baranchok, Joe vs. Clearfield Bituminous Coal Co. Baranoski, Charles vs. Lincoln Coal Co. (First Injury) Barber, Tollie vs. Bethlehem Steel Corp. (Not in Ledger) Barbey, Charles vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Mining Co. Barger, Jardine vs. Keystone Mining Co. Barger, Rimbey vs. (Not in Ledger) Barger, Russell vs. Superior Cherry Run Coal Co. (Second Injury) Barkley, Russell vs. Boswell Lumber Co. (Not in Ledger)
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1961Barna, James vs. P. Wilbur Coal Mining Co. (First Case) Barndollar, Clay H. (dec'd) vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. (Not in Ledger) Barno, Pete vs. Hale Coal Co. Barnoski, Matt vs. Northwestern Mining and Exchange Co. Baronack, Pete (dec'd) & Mary (widow) vs. Leland Coal Co. Baroni, Mike vs. Shamut Caol Mining Co. Barrett, Lloyd vs. Clearfield Bituminous Coal Corp. Barrish, Tom (dec'd) & Teofila (claimant) vs. Miller Coal Co. Barther, Leo vs. Pennsylvania Coal & Coke Corp. Bartino, Nick vs. Eureka Casualty Co. Barto, Henry vs. Springfield Coal Corp. Barto, Joseph vs. Heisley Coal Corp. Basak, George vs. Helvetia Coal Co., Yatesboro #5 Batchey, Mike vs. Baker﷓Whitely Coal Co. Batchie, Mickey vs. Johnstown Coal and Coke Co. Bates, Dorsey vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Bator, Steve Andrew vs. Royal Quemahoning Coal Mining Co. Batovich, John vs. Springfield Coal Mining Corp. Baun, Ralph vs. Tuscorora Smokeless Coal Co. Beals, I. J. vs. Brookdale Coal Co. Bealy (or Biley), John (dec'd) vs. Buffalo & Susquehanna Coal Co. Beard, James vs. Lincoln Coal Co. Bednar, George vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Bednar, John vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Bednar, Joseph, Sr. vs. Webster Coal and Coke Co. Pennsylvania Coal and Coke Co. Beduet, Lewis vs. Springfield Coal Corp. Beechan, Paul vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Beers, Homer vs. Keystone Mining Co. Behe, Francis vs. Lilly Bernscreek Coal Co. Beiter, Bryan vs. Johnstown Coal and Coke Co. Bell, Jason (dec'd), Laura (claimant) vs. Helvetia Coal Co. Bella, John vs. R & P Coal Co. Bella, John vs. R & P Coal Co. (Not in Ledger) Bellotti, Fred vs. Allegheny River Mining Co. Bender, Joe vs. Potter Coal and Coke Co. Benis, Stanley vs. Quemahoming Coal Co. Benner, Robert (dec'd) vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Bennett, Ray (dec'd), Sasa (widow) vs. Helvetia Coal Co. (R & P) Bentley, John vs. Allegheny River Mining Co. Bepler, John vs. R & P Coal Co. Bereczky, Frank vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Berg, John vs. Anna Beck (House Coal Mine) Berish, Joseph vs. Bames and Tucker Coal Co. (First Injury) Berkebile, Samuel vs. Wilbur Fuel Co. Berkstresser, Cloyd vs. Reitz Coal Co. Berkstresser, H.P. vs. Johnstown Coal and Coke Co. Bernardo, Mike vs. Carnegie Illinois Corp., Lorain Plant Bernini, Glen vs. Coral Coal and Coke Co. Bernini, Louis (dec'd) vs. Potter Coal and Coke Co. (Not in Ledger) Bertoncini, Luigi vs. Bird Coal Co. (First Injury) Best, Lee vs. Ferncliff Coal Co. Besterman, C. vs. Snowshoe Coal Co. Bethavic, Anthony vs. Ruth Coal Co. Betta, Mario vs. Penn Smokeless Fuel Co. Bevan, David vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Biernatt, Tofil vs. C. A. Hughes Coal Co. Bikanich, Nick vs. Arrow Coal Corp., Rockingham, PA Birko, John vs. Bethlehem Mines Corp. Bishop, John vs. Banner Coal Co. Bittner, Harry vs. Consolidation Coal Co. Bittner, L. H. vs. Roy Smithing Coal Co. Bizzario, Jim vs. Logan Coal Co. Blabak, Jake vs. Logan Coal Co. Black, Amon vs. Rockhill Coal and Iron Co. Black, Brint vs. Rockhill Coal Co. Black, Robert vs. Shannon Coal Co. Blackburn, Thomas vs. Reitz Coal Co., Mine #4 Blinsky, Victor vs. McCombie Coal Co. Blough, Carl vs. Penn Electric Coal Co. (Not in Ledger) Blough, Clayton vs. Cambria Fuel Co. Blucas, Frank (dec'd), Mary (widow) vs. Ralphton Coal Co. Blucas, Michael vs. Quemahoming Coal Co. (Somerset settled) Blystone, Beri vs. R & P Coal Co
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1971Boback, Lawrence vs. Lincoln Coal C0. (First Injury) Boback, Mike vs. Big Bend Coal Mining Co. Bobby, George vs. Ebensburg Coal Co. Bodnar, Steve vs. R & P Coal Co., Helvetia Coal Co. Bogus, John vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Bohinsky, Mike vs. Pennsylvania Coal and Coke Co. Bollington, James vs. Wilmore Fuel Coal Co. Bonarigo, Giavania (John) vs. Imperial Coal Co. Bonfanti, Alex vs. Beaver Run Coal Co. Bonfanti, Pete vs. Beaver Run Mine Bonomo, Quintum vs. Reitz Coal Co. (First Injury) Boozer, Charles vs. Markle﷓Butler Coal Co. Boozer, Charles vs. Ringwald Coal Co. (Second Injury) Borden, Frank vs. Industrial Collieries Mine #73 (Not in Ledger) Borish, Mike vs. Logan Coal Co. Borkowski, Frank vs. National Radiator Co. Bosak, Joe vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Bosnyak, Stanley vs. Bird Coal Co. Bowser, Mr. vs. (Not in Ledger) Bowser, Walter vs. Superior Cherry Run Coal Co. Box, Eli vs. Bethlehem Mines Co. Boyer, George vs, Consolidation Coal Co. Boyer, Thompson vs. D. S. Buterbaugh Boyko, Evan vs. Kent Coal Mining Co. Boyko, Joseph vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Boyko, Mary (widow), George (dec'd) vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Boytor, George vs. Baker﷓Whitely Coal Co. Bracken, Everett W. vs. Commercial Coal Mining Co. (Not in Ledger) Branos, Adolph vs. Sonman Shaft Coal Co. Brendlinger, Henry vs. Verassi Coal Co. Brescilli, Harry vs. Coal Mining Co. of Graceton, PA Brewer, Frank vs. Stineman Coal and Coke Co. Brewer, Walter (father), Marlin (dec'd) vs. Pennsylvania Coal and Coke Co. Brickell, Sam vs. C. B. and C. Coal Corp. Brinchi, Ernest vs. Helvetia Coal Mining Co. Brink, Everett vs. Consolidation Coal Co. Brink, Everett vs. Consolidation Coal Co. (Second Injury) Brodish, August vs, Pennsylvania Coal and Coke Co. Brody, Mike (dec'd), Dan (claimant) vs. Potter Coal and Coke Co., Coral, PA Brooks, H. B. vs. R & Coal Co. (Not in Ledger) Brosch, F. C. vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Brosch, Herman (dec'd), Mary (widow) vs. Monroe Coal Mining Co. Broskin, Frank vs. R & P Coal Co. (Not in Ledger) Brown, August B. vs. Flick Coal Co. Brown, Claude vs. A. L. Light Coal Co. Brown, Frank vs. Bird Coal Co. Brown, Howard vs. Patton Coal Mining Co. Brown, Irvin vs. Davis Coal and Coke Co. Brown, J.H. vs. Monroe Coal Co. Brown, William J. vs. Cymbria Mines Brucci, George (dec'd) vs. Lincoln Coal Co. Brumbaugh, Frank vs. Kenrock Coal Co. Bruno, James vs. Keystone Fireworks and Speciality Co. Bubenko, Joe vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Bubenko, Joe, Jr. vs. Barnes Coal Co. Bucci, Joseph vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Buch, Joe vs. Heisley Coal Co. Buch, John vs. East Windber Coal Co. Buchan, Mike vs. Associated Gas and Electric (Pennsylvania Electric) Budzina, Mike vs. Davis Coal and Coke Co. Buffington, C. M. vs. Ferncliff Coal Corp. Bugayi, Tony vs. Tuscorora Coal Co. (First Injury)
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1981Bunk, Matt vs. Johnstown Coal and Coke Co. Burkey, Dorsey vs. Heisley Coal Co. Burns, Joseph vs. Pennsylvania Coal and Coke Co. Burry, Isadore vs. Ebensburg Coal Co. Bursky, John vs. Cherry Tree Coal Co. Burton, Mr. vs. Morrisdale Coal Co. Bush, Fred vs. Pennsylvania Coal and Coke Co. Butchko, George vs. Bird Coal Co. Butchko, Mike vs. Morrisdale Coal Co. Byerly, Tom vs. Echo Mining Co. Calabria, Tony vs. McCombie Coal Co. Callar, Russell vs. Consolidation Coal Co. Calvetti, Joe vs. Pennsylvania Coal and Coke Co. Calvin, Tom vs. R & P Coal Co. Cannoni, Felix vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Canton, Sam vs. Jefferson Indiana Coal Co. Cap, John vs. Commercial Coal Co. Capotasto, Louise vs. Cambria Smokeless Coal Co. Carbone, Joe vs. Baker﷓Whitely Coal Co. Caroff, Francis vs. Mountain Coal Co. Casado, Manuel vs. Diamond Smokeless Coal Co. Casper, Peter vs. Bird Coal Co. Castine, Leonard vs. James A. Page and Son, Inc. Cattle, David vs. Melcroft Coal Co Cavellini, Primo vs. Northwestern Mining Exchange. Cavnso, William vs. Northwestern Mining Co. Ceck, John Vinton Colliery Co. Cekada, Harry vs. Bethlehem Steel Co. Cesa, Bortolo vs. Northwestern Mining and Exchange Co. Cesa, Joseph vs. Ticossi Coal Co. Cesari, Pedro vs. Stineman Coal and Coke Co. Cestoni, Angelo vs. Clearfield Bituminous Coal Co. Chakon, Mike vs. Clearfield Bituminous Coal Co. Chaney, Edward vs. N/A Chapo, Andy vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Chappell, Horace vs. Sonman Shaft Coal Co. Chemelli, August vs. Allegheny River Mining Co. Chernisky, Bert vs. Johnstown Coal and Coke Co. Chieffa, Dominic vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Chincherick, Susan vs. Maderia Hill Coal Co. Chinoga, Frank, Jr. vs. Clearfield Bituminous Coal Co. Chivich, Lars vs. Pennsylvania Coal and Coke Co. Christifhe, Matt vs. Northwestern Mining and Exchange Co. Christman, Chas. vs. Melcroft Coal Co. Christoff, Nick vs. Patton Coal Mining Co. Christopher, Edward vs. N/A Chylick, Evan vs. Logan Coal co. Cieslik, Joe vs. Ebensburg Coal Co. Cimba, Mike vs. Henrietta Coal Co. Ciner, William vs. Bethlehem Steel Co. Cingle, John vs. Snow Shoe Coal Co. Cingle, Lawrence vs. Cherry Run Coal Co. Cindrich, John vs. Cambria Coal Co. Ciprick, Paul vs. Leigh Coal Co. Clark, Leonard vs. Bird Coal Co. Clarke, Forest vs. Lehman﷓Estep Coal Co. Clayton, William vs, Clearfeild Bituminous Coal Co. Clifford, John George vs. Rochester and Pittsburgh Coal Co. Coachman, John vs. Monarch Coal Co. Coat, Frank vs. Hiram Swanks Son, Inc. Coat, John vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co.
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1991 Cocho, Steve vs. Imperial Cardiff Coal Co. Coffman, Mrs. vs. Buffalo Susquehanna Coal Co. Coleman, George vs. Helvetia Coal Co. Collins, Barnard vs. Bear Rock Coal Co. Cominsky, Tom vs. Heshbon Smokeless Coal Co. Connell, James vs. Allegheny River Mining Co. Conner, David vs. Buffalo Susquehanna Coal Co. Conner, Thomas vs. Helvetia Coal Co. Connor, Paul vs. Bethlehem Steel Co. Conrad, Carl vs. Maderia Hill Shaft Conzo, Nick vs. Rochester and Pittsburgh Coal Co. Cooper, Amos vs. Bethlehem Steel Co. Cook, Lawrence vs. Reitz Coal Co. Cotton, Dennis vs. Ebensburg Coal Co. Coupewaite, F. H. vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Couthenour, J. A. vs. Shellmar Mining Co. Covelo, Luigi vs. G. F. Eichenlaub Coal Co. Cowell, Mike vs. Bird Coal Co. Criller, Edward vs. Clearfield Bituminous Coal Co. Crooks, William vs. Helvetia Coal Co. Crutchfield, George vs. Reitz Coal Co. Cuberta, Paul vs. Imperial Coal Corp. Cudrig, Phillip vs. Kente Coal Co., Mine 36 Curtis, James vs. Big Bend Coal Co. Custer, William vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Cyga, Joe vs. R & P Coal Co. Cymont, Frank vs. R & P Coal Co. Cyran, Michael vs. Beechley Coal Co. Czapp, Andrew vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Dallope, Louis vs. Bird Coal Co. Damico, Tony vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Daniels, Clarence vs. Lenox Coal Co. Danko, Joe vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Daren, Mike vs. Dushan Coal Co. David, Edward, Jr. vs. S. J. Mountz Davis, John Lemon vs. Cambria Fuel Co. Davis, Thomas vs. Huber St. Coal Co. Davitch, Mike vs. Bird Coal Co. Dawson, Robert vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Daymut, John vs. Buffalo & Susquehanna Coal Co. Daznak, Thomas vs. Feeney Coal Co. Debias, Tony vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co Debrasky, Joe vs. Snow Shoe Coal Co. Decker, Frank vs. Consolidation Coal Co. Decker, Paul vs. Enterprize Coal Co. DeForte, Joe vs. Mountain Veiw Coal Co. DeFrank, Frank vs. Stineman Coal and Coke Co. Deitch, Francis vs. Northwestern Mining and Exchange Co. DeJune, Sam vs. Davis Coal and Coke Co. Delarre, James vs. Monroe Coal Mining Co. Delary, Hubert vs. Consolidation Coal Co. Delorie, Thomas vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Delsiognore, Patsy vs. Consolidation Coal Co. Demarco, Fred vs. Reitz Coal Co. Dematz, Peter vs. Buffalo & Susquehanna Coal Co. Dembosky, John vs. R & P Coal Co. Dempsey, Frank vs. N/A Dempsey, George vs. Baker﷓Whitely Coal Co. Denarcey, George vs. Baker﷓Whitely Coal Co. Dennant, Edmund vs. Clyde Coal Co. Denne, Joe vs. Johnstown Coal and Coke Co. DePetris, Toni vs. Coral Coal and Coke Co. DePetro, Frank Sr. vs. Bear Rock Mining Co. & Patton Coal Mining Co. DePetro, James vs. Bear Rock Mining Co. Derubis, Guy vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Derubis, Patsy vs. Bird Coal Co. Desideio, Sam vs. Mohawk Mining Co. Dewey, Victor vs. Guernsey Coal Co. DiBasttiste, Fransisca vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Dicello, Mike vs. A. L. Light Lindsey Coal Co. Dick, George vs. Leland Coal Co. Diehl, W. H. vs. Arrow Coal Mining Co. Differ, William vs. Mountain Coal Co. Dillinger, Ralph vs. R & P Coal Co. Dinant, John vs. W. O. Gulbronson Dipaolantonio, Frank vs. Baines Coal Co. Ditch, Edward vs. R & P Coal Co. Dively, Howard vs. Stineman Coal Co. Dively, John W. vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Dixon, D. A. vs. Forks Coal Co. Dixon, William vs. Royalhanna Coal and Coke Co.
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2001Dobida, Frank vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Dobson, Berton vs. Markle﷓Buller Coal Co. Dobson, Elmer vs. Markle﷓Buller Coal Co. Dobson, Penny vs. Ringwald Coal Co. Domineck, James vs. Ebensburg Coal Co. Dominich, Luigi vs. Ebensburg Coal Co. Doninick, Jas. vs. Ebensburg Coal Co. Dono, Dominec vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Douglass, Fred vs. (Not in Ledger) Douthit, Doras vs. (Not in Ledger) Doyle, Edward L. vs. Pennsylvania Electric Coal Co. Drabbish, Mike vs. Quality Smokeless Coal Co. Drabina, Joe vs. Cherry Tree Coal Co. Dratsic, Walter vs. Monroe Coal Co. Drayer, Robert O. vs. Ferncliff Coal Co. Drobeck, Edward vs. Kopper's Coal Co. Druschel, John vs. Lava Crucible Co. Dryna, Mike vs. R & P Coal Co. Dubensky, Theodore vs. R & P Coal Co. Duchnik, John vs. Royal Quemahoning Coal Mining Co. Ducly, Louis vs. Mineral Point Coal Co. Dudack, Harry vs. Boran Boran Coal Co. Dudek, George vs. Arcadia Coal Co. (First File) Dudek, George vs. Arcadia Coal Co. (Second File) Dugan, Haney P. vs. Standard Moshannon Coal Co. Dulick, Paul vs. Pearle, Peacock, and Kerr Coal Co. Dumato, Frank,vs. Black Diamond Coal Co. Dushinsky, John vs. Reitz Coal Co. Dutkovski, John Jr. vs. Ebensburg Coal Co. Dynki, John vs. Clearfield Bituminous Coal Co. Dynki, John vs. Clearfield Bituminous Coal Co. (Second Injury, Not in Ledger) Dytko, Nicholas vs. Bird Coal Co. (First Injury) Dytko, Nicholas (dec'd) vs. Bird Coal Co. (Second Injury) Dzvanik, George vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Early, Grant vs. Hambler Coal Mining Co. Eash, Foley vs. Conemaugh Township Edmiston, Sylvester vs. Carrolltown Coal Co. Edwards, Francis J. vs. Argyle Coal Co. Edwards, George vs. Miller's Coal and Silica Sand Co. Edwards, Theodore vs. Helvetia Coal Co. Edwards, William vs. Bird Coal Co. Eichelberger, Andy vs. Seaboard Coal Mining Co. (Not in Ledger) Eichenlaub, Clifford vs. G. F. Eichenlaub Coal Co. Eichenlaub, Edward vs. Eichenlaub Coal Co. Elden, David vs. Hastings Fuel Co. Elias, John James vs. Shawmut Mining Co. Elko, Mike vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Elliot, Silas vs. Richmond Plumbing Fixtures Elnitsky, George vs. Ebensburg Coal Co. Emerick, Curtiss vs. Consolidation Coal Co. (Not in Ledger) Emerick, John vs. Logan Coal Co. Emert, Edward vs, Consolidation Coal Co. Emmert, Harry vs. Helvetia Coal Co. Empfield, Dan vs. Cambria Fuel Co. (Not in Ledger) Engle, Robert vs. Clearfield Bituminous Coal Co. Engro, Tony vs. Keystone Coal Co. Enoch, Charles vs. Reitz Coal Co. Eritano, Joseph vs. Lenox Coal Co. Ernest, William vs. Burnwell Coal Co. Esgro, Joe vs. Sterling Coal Co. Estep, Albert vs. Gulbranson Coal Co. Evanchick, Metro vs. Ebensburg Coal Co. Evanoff, Atanas vs. Bird Coal Co. #2 Mine Evans, Mike vs. Ringwald Coal Co. Ewanitsko, Mike vs. Hillman Coal Co. Fabis, Joe vs. Bethlehem Steel Co. Facetti, Euginis S. vs. Northwestern Mining and Exchange Co. Fagity, Steve vs. Kristenson & Johnson Fairman, Lawrence vs. R & P Coal Co. Falcosky, Walter vs. R & P Coal Co. Falleck, Andy vs. Wilbur Coal Co. Fallet, John vs. Kent Coal Mining Co. Famma, Charles vs. Sterling Coal Co. (First Injury) Fanyana, Tony vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Farance, Harry vs. R & P Coal Co. Farina, John vs. Farkas, Steve vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Farkas, Steve vs. Ebensburg Coal Co., Mine #1 Farris, Riley vs. Hillman Coal Co. Fatula, George vs. Pittsburgh Tube Co. Fedock, John Sr. (dec'd) vs. Reitz Coal Co. Fedorko, Mike vs. Sonman Shaft Coal Co. Fenchak, Charles vs. Lenox Coal Co. Fenchak, Pete vs. Vinton Colliery Co. Ferco, Joseph vs. R & P Coal Co. Fereghetti, Marino vs. Ebensburg Coal Co. Ference, Mike vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Ferrare, Sante vs. Potter Coal and Coke Co.
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2011Ferrari, John vs. Hillman Coal and Coke Co. Ferrent, Joseph vs. R & P Coal Co. Fesko, John vs. Ebensburg Coal Co. Fetterman, Alfred vs. C. B. & C. Coal Co. Fetterman, Ira vs. Bethlehem Steel Corp. Fetterman, Ira vs. Clearfield Bituminous Coal Co. Fetterman, Ira vs. Clearfield Bituminous Coal Co. Fetterman, Reese vs. Clearfield Bituminous Coal Co. Figard, Carl vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Finchinsky, Charles vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Finotti, Lewis vs. Ebensburg Coal Co. Fireman, Henry vs. Northwestern Coal Mining Co. Firm, Andrew vs. Bird Coal Co. Fisher, John vs. Davis Coal and Coke Co. Fisher, John vs. Reading Coal and Coke Co. Flaim, Joe vs. Bird Coal Co. Flanders, E. L. vs. Middle Pennsylvania Coal Corp. Flatic (Falatek), Joe vs. Big Bend Coal Co. Fleck, John vs. Reitz Coal Co. Flegar, Steve vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Flick, Carl vs. Keystone Coal Mining Co. Folley, Samuel vs. Ebensburg Coal Co. Foor, Jason E. vs. Pennsylvania Coal and Coke Co. Fornadel, John vs. Beaver Run Coal Co. Forsythe, Daniel Rhodes vs. Reitz Coal Co. Foster, Ray vs. Indiana Smokeless Coal Co. Fotta, A. G. vs. Quemahomong Coal Co. Fox, Wilbur vs. Monroe Coal Co. Frantz, Brooks vs. Ebensburg Coal Co. Freeman, Clark vs. Cambria Smokeless Coal Co. Friedline, Mrs. Ira vs. Spiecher Coal Co. Frye, Edward vs. R & P Coal Co. Fryer, Jacob vs. Cherry Tree Coal Co. Fulton, John vs. Pennsylvania Coal and Coke Co. Fye, Edward vs. Springfield Coal Co. Fye, Merrill vs. Springfield Coal Co. Gable, Clarence vs. Pennsylvania Coal and Coke Co. Gala, Peter vs. Commercial Coal Mining Co. Gales, Thomas vs. Kooper's Coal Co. Gallo, Mike vs. R & P Coal Co. Gallo, Mrs. Mike (claimant), Mike (dec'd) vs. Stineman Coal & Coke Co. Galusk, Mike vs. Industrial Collieries Mine #73 (not in ledger) Galyda, Mike vs. Industrial Collieries Corp. Gamrat, Joe vs. Patton Coal Co. Ganish, Frank vs. Imperial Coal Co. Garbinsky, Wasko vs. Clyde Coal Co. Gardner, Andrew vs. Helvetia Coal Co. Garofola, Patsy vs. Northwestern Mining and Exchange Co. Garsky, Joe vs. Northwestern Mining and Exchange Co. Garver, Thurston vs. Keystone Mining Co. Gaston, C. G. vs. N/A Gaston, Melvin and Clara vs. Clearfield Bituminous Coal Co. Gaul, William vs. Northwestern Mining and Exchange Co. Gavinsky, Frank vs. W. H. Piper Coal Co. Gay, Felix vs. Stineman Coal and Coke Co. Gearhart, George vs. City of Johnstown Gearhart, Harry vs. Heisley Coal Co. Gehring, George vs. Bethlehem Steel Corp. Gemerick, Joe vs. Hole Coal Co. Genery, Jole vs. H. L. Light Special George, Fred vs. Johnstown Coal and Coke Co. George, Theodore vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Geraltosky, Victor vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Gerlisky, Henery vs. Pearle, Peacock, and Kerr Coal Co. Getcher, Andy vs. R & P Coal Co. Getsy, Andy vs. Red Top Coal Co. Getty, Wayne vs. R & P Coal Co. Giazzon, Victor vs. Vinton Colliery Co. Gibson, I. C. vs. Berky Brothers Coal Co. Giest, Evert vs. Ringgold Coal Co. Gilimitti, Fleminio vs. Ebensburg Coal Co. Gill, James vs. Ebensburg Coal Co. Gilpatrick, C. B. vs. Argyle Coal Co. Gilum, Charles vs. Peerless Coal Co. Gilum, Charles vs. Peerless Coal Co. (Second Injury) Gima, Mike vs. Edward Tomajko (First Injury) Gindlesberger, Robert vs. Baker﷓Whitely Coal Co. Gindlesperger, Charles vs. Charles Sundberg Ginter, Amanda and Colvian vs. Clearfield Bituminous Coal Co. Ginter, Roy vs. Cambria Smokeless Coal Co. Girolami, Anthony J. vs. Sterling Coal Co. Glasgow, John vs. S. V. Mountz Coal Co Glavanic, Frank vs. Logan Coal Co. Glenn, Paul vs. Keystone Mining Co. Glodeck, Tony vs. Varissi Coal Co. Glog, Frank vs. W. H. Piper Coal Co. Goch, Joseph (Mrs., widow) vs. Reitz Coal Co. Goidfroid, Fred (dec'd) Mrs. (widow), vs. Rockhill Coal and Iron Co. (Not in Ledger) Goka, Paul vs. Logan Coal Co. Golub, John vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Gonosky, Andy vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Gootz, Frank vs. Baker﷓Whitely Coal Co. Gordon, Frank vs. c. Prime Coal Co. Gorelack, Andrew vs. Buffalo and Susquehanna Coal Co. Gouthnour, John vs. Vinton Colliery Co.
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2021Gowathy, Helen (Miss) vs. Somerset Community Hospital Gracie, Robert vs. Consolidation Coal Co. Granda, Frank vs. Burnwell Coal Co. Green, Benjamin vs. Cosgrove﷓Mechan Coal Co. (Not in Ledger) Green, Ralph L. vs. Keystone Mining Co. Greenwalter, Elton vs. Ruth Coal Co. Greenway, Sam vs. Gregg, James vs. Logan Coal Co. Gregory, William vs. Sterling Coal Co. (Not in Ledger) Gregus, Pete Gressley, John vs. Big Bend Coal Co. Gresco, John vs. Yorkshire Coal Co. Gresh, Steve vs. Clyde Coal Co. Gricks, Harry vs. Lanark Coal Co. Griffin, Michael vs. Ferncliff Coal Co. Griffith, Chester vs. Consolidated Coal Co. Grindle, William vs. Heshbon Smokeless Coal Co. Grisock, George vs. Helvetia Coal Co. Grissinger, Walter vs. Rockhill Coal and Iron Co. Grossi, Alfred vs. Sheesley Coal Co. Grossi, Lewis vs. Clyde Coal Co. Grove, L. O. (dec'd), Delbert (son) vs. Pennsylvania Railroad Co. Grundinski, Bernard vs. Mills Coal Co. Grusse, Mary vs. Johnstown Coal and Coke Co. Guattea, Dominick vs. Penelec Coal Co., Mine #5 Guiher, David vs. Big Bend Coal Co. Guitierrez, Bernabe vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Gulas, Michael vs. Buffalo and Susquehanna Coal Co. Gundy, Steve vs. Buffalo and Susquehanna Coal Co. Guthrie, Fred vs. Allegheny River Mining Co. Gunta, George vs. Kristenson and Johnson (Not in Ledger) Gustafson, William vs. Elk Mining Co. Guydac, John vs. Graceton Coal Co. Guydosik, Mike vs. Pennsylvania Coal and Coke Co. Gyorgak, Charles vs. (Joe Walter) Lilly Valley Coal Co. Haddow, Mrs. Georgine vs. Somerset County Home and Hospital Hagerich, Fred vs. Pennsylvania Coal and Coke Co. Hahn, Rubin vs. Wilbur Coal Mining Co. Haidin, Joseph vs. Industrial Collieries Coal Corp. Hajzus, Andrew vs. Ebensburg Coal Co. Halahan, Peter vs. Penker Coal Mining Co. Haldin, Gerald (dec'd) Verner (claimant) vs. B, R, & P Coal Co. Hale, William vs. Monroe Coal Co. Halkovich, Andy vs. Reitz Coal Co. Hall, Norbert L. vs. Pennsylvania Railroad Halocuk, Paul vs. R & P Coal Co. Hambley, Harry vs. Wilbur Mining Coal Co. Hammond, Alex vs. Clearfield Bituminous Coal Co. Hamryszak, Paul vs. Bethlehem Steel Corp. Hands, William vs. Bethlehem Steel Corp. Handwork, Victor vs. Wilbur Coal Mining Co. Haney, George vs. Koppers Coal Co. Hanna, James vs. Hillman Coal & Coke Co. Hanzel, John vs. J. C. Stineman Coal Co. Harish, Jacob vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Harmolish, John vs. Logan Coal Co. Harmon, W. Frank vs. Northwestern Mining and Exchange Co. Harmotta, John vs. Vinton Colliery Co. (First Injury) Harmotta, John vs. Vinton Colliery Co. (Second Injury) Harris, J. L. vs. R & P Coal Co. Hartley, Thomas vs. Patton Coal Co. Harvey, Andy vs. Consolidation Coal Co. Haschak, Jake vs. Reitz Coal Co. Hassenpflug, George vs. C. A. Hughes Coal Co. Hatherill, Henry vs. Tuscarora Smokeless Coal Co. Havanis, Mike vs. Springfield Coal Co. Hays, Arthur vs. Bird Coal Co. Hazy, Andy vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Hazy, Charles vs. Ebensburg Coal Co. Hazzard, H. E. vs. State Fund Heath, Albert vs. Kent Coal Co. Hecker, Thomas vs. Sterling Coal Co. (not in Ledger) Heffler, Albert vs. Pearle, Peacock, and Kerr (First Injury) Heinbaugh, Amos vs. Pennsylvania Electric Co. Helinsky, Frank vs. U. S. Steel Corp. Helot, Joseph vs. Allegheny River Mining Co. (First Injury) Helsel, Thomas vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Hemmings, William vs. Ebensburg Coal Co. Henderson, Joseph vs. Westinghouse Electric Co. Henderson, Robert vs. R & P Coal Co. Henshaw, Pete vs. Clyde Coal Co. Hepler, Clyde vs. James Coal Mining Co Heresko, John vs. Moshanna Smithing Co. Hershberger, Carl vs. Baker﷓Whitely Coal Co. Hershberger, Robert vs. Baker﷓Whitely Coal Co. Herwig, Samuel vs. Enterprise Coal Mining Co. (First Injury) Herwig, Samuel vs. Enterprise Coal Mining Co. (Second Injury) Hesco, John vs. Hess, Elmer vs. Rockhill Coal and Iron Co. Heverly, Henry vs. Fork Coal Co. Hill, Alice J. vs. R & P Coal Co. Hill, Jesse vs. Ebensburg Coal Co. Hill, John M. vs. Vulcan Smithing Coal Co.
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2031 Himes, Russell vs. R & P Coal Co. Hindmarsh, Bert vs. McCombie Coal Co. Hinis, Frank (dec'd) vs. Blair Engineering and Supply Co. Hinkledire, Milton vs. UMWA District 2 Hite, John vs. J. Theodore Pettit State Fund Hite, Leo vs. Commercial Coal Mining Co. Hiti, Frank vs. Gohagen Coal Co. Hlatky, John vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Hoar, Asa vs. Davis Coal and Coke Co. Hodson, James vs. WPA Hodson, William vs. Johnstown Coal and Coke Co. Hoenac, Adam vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Hody, Victor vs. High﷓Grade Coal Co. Holak, Samuel vs. Shallmar Coal Corp. Holes, Merle vs. R & P Coal Co. Hollabaugh, Sylvester vs. Indiana Smokeless Coal Co. Hollen, Cloyd vs. PH Hollen Coal Co. Holmes, Lloyd vs. Ebensburg Coal Co. Holoka, John vs. Davis Coal and Coke Co. Holt, A. G. vs. Peale, Peacock, and Kerr Homolak, George vs. Rockhill Coal and Iron Co. Homway, Joe vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Horner, Arnold vs. Hicks Coal Co. Horner, M. E. vs. WPA (Not in Ledger) Hornick, John vs. Commercial Mining Co. Hornick, John vs. Commercial Mining Co. (1st and 2nd Injury Not in Ledger) Hornish, Yrko vs. Imperial Coal Co. (1st and 2nd Injury) Hornish, Yrko vs. Imperial Coal Co. Horochak, Michael vs. Logan Coal Co. Horvatck, John vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Hotchkiss, William vs. Hineman Coal and Coke Co. Houser, C. J. vs. Huskin Coal Mining Co. Howells, Robert vs. Hoy, Raymond vs. Coal Mining Co. of Graceton Hritz, Stephen vs. Bethlehem Steel Corp. Hubbard, Walter vs. WPA (Not in Ledger) Huber, Wolfe, Sr. vs. Bird Coal Co. Hudak, Cyril vs. Clearfield Bituminous Coal Co. Hudak, John vs. Stager Wrecking Co. Hudzik, Adam vs. Shamut Coal Mining Co. Hudzinski, S. I. vs. UMWA Huey, Doyle vs. Wilbur Coal Co. Humble, John vs. Helvetia Coal Co. Husinka, George vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Hutnik, Mike vs. Consolidation Coal Co. Hutsko, Joe vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Huh, G. C. vs. Patton Coal Co. Hutton, Doyle vs. R & P Coal Co. Izing, Steve (dec'd) vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Jacob, John vs. Snow Shoe Coal Co. (1st Injury) Jacob, John vs. Snow Shoe Coal Co. (2nd Injury) Jacobs, Andrew vs. Lagan Coal Co. Jacobs, Andy vs. R & P Coal Co. Jadrich, Michael vs. Industrial Collieries Jamininck, Bert vs. Glen﷓Ridge Coal Co. Janosik, Mrs. Helen vs. Yorkshire Coal Mining Co. Jarabeck, Michael vs. Jefferson and Indiana Coal Co. Jarosky, Joe vs. Consolidation Coal Co. Jarvis, James vs. Saltsburg Coal Mining Co. Jaskulsky, Ignatius vs. Taylor﷓McCoy Coal Co. Jasper, Thomas (dec'd) vs. Commercial Coal Co. Jay, Walter vs. Pennsylvania Coal and Coke Co. (1st Injury) Jenkins, Howard vs. E. Eichelberger and Co. Jenkins, Joseph vs. Langdon Coal Co. Joeban, Martin vs. Reitz Coal Co. Joganic, Stephen vs. State Fund Johns, Clarence vs. WPA Johns, Harry vs. Benshuff Coal Co. Johns, Scott vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Johnson, Charles vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Johnson, Charles D. vs. Barnes Tucker Coal Co. Johnson, Paul vs. Argyle Coal Co. Johnson, Robert vs. J. H. Reilly Coal Co. Johnson, Warren vs. Baker﷓Whitely Coal Co. Jones, Alias vs. R & P Coal Co. Jones, Charles vs. Moshannon Smithing Co. Jones, Edwin vs. Big Bend Coal Co. Jones, Harry vs. Robert William House Coal Co. Jones, John vs. Mountain Coal Co. Jones, Melvin vs. Webster Coal Co. Jones, Paul vs. Barnes Coal Co. Jowell, Andy vs. Reitz Coal Co. Julius, James vs. Allegheny River Coal Co Justham, William B. vs. Ebensburg Coal Co. Kaminski, Thomas vs. Wilbur Coal Co. Kaminisky, Joe vs. Pennsylvania Coal and Coke Co. Kaminsky, Martin cs. Pennsylvania Coal & Coke Co.
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2041Kane, Clarence vs. Allegheny River Mining Co. Kanguar, Walter vs. Vinton Colliery Kanicliski, Charles vs. Lenox Coal Co. Kapitan, Andy vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Kaplan, Walter vs. NA Kaprawski, Zeke vs. Heshbon Smokeless Coal Co. Karaffa, Joseph vs. Jerreson Indiana Coal Co. Karlovich, Steven vs. Jones and Laughlin Steel Corp. Karnes, Elsworth vs. Cherry Run Superior Coal Co. Karpen, Fred vs. Industrial Collieries Coal Co. Kastichak, Mike vs. Reitz Coal Co. Kastick, George vs. Reitz Coal Co. Kavala, Mike vs. North American Refractories Co. Kavanaugh, James vs. Lloyd Troxell Coal Co. Kavanaugh, Pat vs. Forks Coal Co. Keenan, James vs. Logan Coal Co. Kegg, Miss Ida vs. Fred Luther Kellar, Ralph vs. Buffalo Susquehanna Coal Co. Kelley, Charles vs. Heisler Coal Co. Kellner, John vs. Consolidation Coal Co. Kelly, Floyd vs. McCombie Coal Co. Kelly, John vs. Consolidation Coal Co. Kelly, Lawrence vs. Consolidation Coal Co. Kelly, Neal vs. R & P Coal Co. Kendrick, Andrew vs. Clearfield Bituminous Coal Co. Kenny, John vs. Mineral Point Coal Co. Kent, James vs. Bird Coal Co. Kerch, Frank vs. Hillman Coal Co. Kerr, Lawrence vs. Charles W. Zeigler Kerro, Samuel vs. Lenox Coal Co. Kestermont, Arthur vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Kicher, Jim vs. Harry Katzen Kickish, Pete vs. Buffalo Susquehanna Coal Co. Killian, Fred vs. Hiram﷓Swank Coal Co. Killinger, Joseph vs. Henrietta Coal Co. Killinger, Walter vs. Henrietta Coal Co. Kimak, John vs. Vinton Collieries Co. Kimmel, Frank vs. N/A King, William vs. Appalacha Coal Co. Kinney, Maria vs. Sterling Coal Co. Kizino, Ralph vs. Cambria Smokeless Coal Co. Klamar, Albert vs. Clearfield Bituminous Coal Co. Klein, Raymond vs. Barnes Coal Co. Klimchock, John vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Kline, Raymond vs. Barnes Coal Co. Klutskovich, Frank vs. Bethlehem Steel Corp. Kmetz, John (dec'd) & Susie (widow) vs. Jones Coal Co. Knoflitech, Louis vs. Hays Coal Mining Co. Kohuit, Charles vs. Arthur Secary Konchan, Vincent vs. Bethlehem Steel Corp. Konchan, Vincent vs. Industrial Collieries Co. Konkula, Steve vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Koontz, Raytmond vs. Hillman Coal and Coke Co. Koontz, Harry vs. Indiana Smokeless Coal Co. Kopera, Joseph vs. Rich﷓Hill Coal Co. Kopera, Joseph vs. Rich﷓Hill Coal Co. Kopriva, John vs. Industrial Collieries Co. Kopriva, John vs. Bethlehem Steel Miners Kormanice, John vs. Lehigh Valley Coal Co. Korosick, Mike vs. Logan Coal Co. Korrell, Joe vs. Henrietta Coal Co. Kosco, John vs. Hillman Coal and Coke Co. Kosko, George vs. R & P Coal Co. Kost, Sam vs. Clyde Coal Co. Kosuth, Wasil vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Kotelnicki, Albert vs. Heisley Coal Co. Kovach, Charles vs. Hillman Coal and Coke Co. Kovach, George vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Kovach, Harry vs. Keystone Mining Co. Kovach, Steve vs. Reitz Coal Co. Koval, Elizabeth vs. Hillman Coal Co. Koval, Joe M. vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Kovalik, George vs. Citizens Coal Co. Kowalchick, Frank vs. Henrietta Coal Co. Kowalchick, William vs. Clearfield Bituminous Coal Co. Kowalczyk, Stanley vs. Springfield Coal Corp. Kowchuck, Joe vs. R & P Coal Co. Kozak, Andy vs. Leland Coal Co. Kozak, Kartin vs. Reilly Coal Co. Kozar, Charles vs. Vinton Colliery Co. Kozar, John vs. R & P Coal Co. Kozdran, Joseph vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Kozella, Frank Sr. vs. R & P Coal Co.
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2051Kozma, Andy vs. Oakridge Fuel Co. Krajewski, John vs. N/A Kramer, Eugene vs. Bird Coal Co. Kraynak, Steve vs. Trojon Coal Co. Kreskosky, Mike vs. Heisley Coal Co. Krish, Frank vs. Logan Coal Co. Krisko, Stanley vs. Sonman Shaft Coal Co. Kristoff, Martin vs. Mack Coal Co. Krizovski, Paul vs. Bethlehem Steel Co. Krolic, Louis vs. Clearfield Bituminous Coal Co. Krozell, John vs. Cambria Smokeless Coal Co. Kruzdlak, Frank vs. Northwestern Mining Co. Kruzelyak, George vs. Buffalo and Susquehanna Coal Co. Ksiazheura, Max vs. N/A Kubista, John vs. Curwenfield Coal Co. Kuchpa, Valentine vs. Bethlehem Steel Corp. Kucmeroski, Anthony vs. Pittsburgh Steel Corp. Kulbago, A. vs. Pennsylvania Coal and Coke Co. Kulic, Joseph vs. Penn Run Coal Co. Kulick, Mike vs. Helvetia Coal Co. Kuntz, Jake vs. Northwestern Mining and Exchange Co. Kurzejeiuski, Stanley vs. Morris Run Coal Co. Kush, Benny vs. Monroe Coal Co. Kush, John vs. Reitz Coal Co. Kush, Mike vs. Kent Coal Co. Kush, Murphy vs. UMWA Kutch, Adam vs. Allegheny River Mining Co. Kutchman, Harry vs. Monroe Coal Co. Kutchman, Michael (dec'd) & Anastasia (widow) vs. Smokeless Coal Co. Kutyba, Louis vs. Sonman Shaft & Coal Co. Kwederavich, Victor vs. Northwestern Mining and Exchange Co. Kwederavich, Walter vs. Northwestern Mining and Exchange Co. Labant, Joseph A. vs. Banner Coal Co. Lakatoes, Frank vs. Baker﷓Whitely Coal Co. Languailla, Joe vs. Reitz Coal Co. Lantzy, Duane vs. J. H. Reilly Coal Co. Lanzoni, Vincent vs. Shawmut Mining Co. Lash, Joe vs. Northwestern American Refactories Co. Lash, Joe vs. North American Refactories Co. Lash, Stanley vs. Milbar Coal Mining Co. Lashinsky, Wasco vs. Mountz S. J. Coal Co. Lawler, Frank vs. Big Bend Coal Co. Lawrence, Joe vs. Wilbur Coal Co. Lazeration, John vs. N/A Lazor, Nick vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Leach, William vs. Davis Coal Co. Lefko, George vs. Pennsylvania Coal and Coke Co. Lefko, Pete vs. Pennsylvania Coal and Coke Co. Legis, Frank vs. Globe Coal Co. Legros, Noel vs. Beunier Coal Mining Co. Lehner, Mark vs. Alleghney Mining Co. Leiby, Edward vs. Wilbur Coal Co. Lembo, Tony vs. Argyle Coal Co. Lemike, Mike vs. Reitz Coal Co. Lemin, Claor vs. Rockhill Coal and Coke Co. Lentvorsky, John vs. Bethlehem Steel Corp. Lenz, Marcellus vs. Ebensburg Coal Co. Lentz, Lincoln Jr. vs. R & P Coal Co. Lenyo, NIck vs. Ebensburg Coal Co. Leonard, Berthe vs. Bird Coal Co. Leone, Salvadore vs. Roy Smith Coal Co. Lepley, Herman vs. Consolidation Coal Co. Lesosky, William vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Lewis, Fred vs. Quemahoming Coal Co. Lewis, Orton vs. Ebensburg Coal Co. Lewis, Paul vs. Russell Coal MIning Co.
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2061Leyo, Joseph vs. Pennsylvania Coal and Coke Co. Lezick, John vs. Clearfield Bituminous Coal Co. Liberty, Frank vs. Wilmore Fuel Co. Lingenfelter, George vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Lingie, William vs. Glen Ridge Coal Co. Lipka, Gust vs. Monroe Coal Co. Liptak, Mike vs. Harve Mack Coal Co. Lishka, John vs. Cambria Fuel Co. Litterine, Battiste vs. Cherry Run Coal Co. Litterini, Fiore vs. Cambria Fuel Co. Littlepage, Charles Sr. vs. R & P Coal Co. Lizzio, John vs. Johnstown Coal and Coke Co. Lizzo, John vs. Reitz Coal Co. Lloyd, Edward vs. Reed﷓Rudolph Coal Co. Logan, Harry vs. Shannon Coal Co. Lokey, Andy vs. Monroe Coal Co. Lokey, Kenneth vs. Monroe Coal Co. Lomnicki, Frank vs. R & P Coal Co. Lonergan, John vs. Ebensburg Coal Co. Lonesky, Mike vs. Lagan Coal Co. Long, Ray vs. R & P Coal Co. Lopresti, Joe vs. Bethlehem Steel Corp. Lord, David vs. Logan Coal Co. Lord, William vs. Logan Coal Co. Lorenco, Stanley vs. Wilbur Coal Mining Co. Loret, Mike vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Losock, Albert vs. Mountain Top Coal Co. Lott, Bernard vs. J. C. Knisley Estate Lowman, Ellswortyh vs. R & P Coal Co. Lucas, Andy vs. Logan Coal Co. Lucas, Enoch vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Lucci, Frank vs.Pennsylvania Coal and Coke Co. Lucks, Charles vs. Bird Coal Co. Lucks, Charles vs. Bird Coal Co. Luker, William Clarence vs. Lytle Brothers Mine Luksic, Tony vs. R & P Coal Co. Lunger, Thomas vs. Clearfield Bituminous Coal Co. Lupinsky, Walter vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Lusczek, Joseph vs. Reitz Coal Co. Lydik, Jesse vs. R & P Coal Co. MaCara, Ignatus vs. Reitz Coal Co. Maccagno, Pete vs. Ebensburg Coal Co. Macidyn, John vs. Koppers Coal Co. McCabe, John vs. Vinton Colliery Co. McDonald, John vs. Commercial Coal Mining Co. McGary, Thomas vs. N/A McGuire, Irvin vs. Peale, Peacock, and Kerr Coal Co. McKillop, Donald vs. Monroe Coal Co. McKnight, Charles vs. J. M. McIntyre and Co. McKuskie, Joe vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. McMillin. J. J. vs. Standard Steel Workers Co. MacMurdo, Charles vs. Graceton Coal and Coke Co Madelsky, Sam vs. Morrisdale Coal Co. Madigan, Thomas vs. Monroe Coal Co. Madrey, Charles vs. Kent Coal Co. Magazzu, Charles vs. Consolidation Coal Co. Magdelinic, William vs. Bird Coal Co. Makoczy, Mike vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Maksim, George vs. Haws Refactories Co. Maliczowsky, Mike vs. Loyal Hanna Coal and Coke Co. Malosky, Betty vs. Webster Coal and Coke Co. Malinosky, William vs. George Vang Inc. Maluchnik, Stanley vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Mancabelli, Joe vs. Kent Coal Co. Maniak, Norbert vs. Pennsylvania Coal and Coke Co. Maniccia, Friendo vs. Ebensburg Coal Co. Mann, Charles vs. Hillman Coal and Coke Co. Mann, Fanny vs. R & P Coal Co. Mann, James vs. Springfield Coal Co. Mann, Roy vs. Springfield Coal and Coke Co. Mannippo, Mike vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Marcocci, John vs. Rockhill Coal & Iron Co. Marcus, Frank vs. Mineral Point Coal Co. Mardi, Thomas vs. Citizens Coal Co.
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2071Mardis, Nelson vs. Bird Coal Co. Mardo, Steve Sr. vs. Baker﷓Whitely Coal Co. Marines, Vincent vs. Big Bend Coal Co. Marino, George vs. Progress Coal Co. Marks, Katie vs. Barnes Coal Co. Maroglio, Primo vs. A. L. Light Marsalka, John vs. Sonman Shaft Co. Marshall, Charles vs. Graceton Coal and Coke Co. Martin, Arthur vs. Maderia Hill Coal Co. Martin, Carl vs. Indian Creek Coal Co. Martin, David vs. Black Oak Coal Mining Co. Martiney, Ralph vs. Indiana Smokeless Coal Co. Martyak, George vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Massimo, Joe vs. Bird Coal Co. Massimo, Samuel vs. Bird Coal Co. Materina, Satem vs. R & P Coal Co. Matsko, Moke vs. American Steel and Wire Mattis, Albert vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Mattis, Mike Jr. vs. Clearfield Bituminous Coal Co. Max, John vs. Mountain Coal Co. Maydak, John vs. Rosedale Mine Mazak, Martin vs. Diamond Smokeless Coal Co. McCanna, Sherman vs. Keystone Mining Co. McClintock, John vs. Arrow Coal Co. McCombie, C. L. vs. Mountain Coal Co. McConnell, Edward vs. Vinton Colliery Co. McCormick, John vs. Industrial Collieries McCoy, donald vs. Globe Coal Co. McDonald, Flusy vs. Rockhill Coal Co. McGlynn, Peter vs. Hastings Fuel Co. McGlynn, T. J. vs. N/A McIntyre, David vs. Henrietta Coal Co. McKay, E. M. vs. Keystone Mining Co. McKnight, Clifford vs. Longdon Coal Co. McKnight, Harry vs. Helvetia Coal Co. McMullen, Alex vs. Yorkshire Coal Co. McNeil, Thomas vs. R & P Coal Co. McRobert, Alex vs. Bird Coal Co. McSmith, William vs. Rockhill Coal Co. McTigue, William vs. Monroe Coal Co. Meben, John vs. Logan Coal Co. Mehalow, Nick vs. Beunier Coal Co. Meklis, Martin vs. Bird Coal Co. Meklis, Martin vs. Wilmore Fuel Co. Melius, John vs. Evert Saxton Coal Co. Menegotti, Tranquillo vs. R & P Coal Co. Mertle, Charles vs. Taylor McCoy Coal Co. Mesko, Andy vs. N/A Meterko, Mike vs. Superior Coal Co. Meyers, George vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Mezack, Mike vs. Smokeless Quemahoming Coal Co. Mezanik, Joseph vs. Cherry Run Mining Co. Micale, Nicholas vs. Sterling Coal Co. Michalsky, Andy vs. Portage Coal Co. Mick, Joe vs. W. O. Gulbranson Miklos, Andrew vs. Carrolltown Coal Co. Mikula, Ted vs. Ebensburg Coal Co. Milarec, Mike vs. Loyalhanna Coal Co. Miller, Clyde vs. Bird Coal Co. Miller, Earl H. vs. Penn Smokeless Coal Co. Miller, Earl vs. Sheesley Coal Co. Miller, Harry vs. M. M. Sheesley Construction Co. Miller, John vs. Davis Coal and Coke Co. Miller, Joseph vs. Lorain Steel Foundry Miller, Milo vs. R & P Coal Co. Miller, Paul vs. R & P Coal Co. Miller, Royden vs. UMWA District 2 Miller, T. B. vs. Bird Coal Co. Miller, Theodore vs. Stineman Coal and Coke Co. Miller, Wiley vs. Bird Coal Co. Minnippo, Victor vs. Lenox Coal Co. Miorelli, Fiore vs. Harvey May & Orlo Shaffer Miscavage, Joe vs. Sterling Coal Co. Mitchell, John vs. Johnstown Coal and Coke Co. Mitchell, Reed vs. Peale, Peacock, and Kerr Coal Co. Mochin, Pete vs. Moshannon Coal Co. Molnar, Steve vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Moore, Cyrus vs. Appalacha Coal Co. Moore, George N. vs. George W. Griffith Coal Co. Moore, James vs. Springfield Coal Co. Moracco, Andrew vs. Roy Smithing Coal Co.
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2081Morelli, George vs. Northwest Mining and Exchange Moriarity, Thomas vs. Raymond Schnorr's Mine #3 Shaft Morgo, Andy vs. Logan Coal Co. Morrow, Robert vs. Forks Coal Co. Motrines, James vs. Ebensburg Coal Co. Moyher, Joseph vs. Johnstown Coal and Coke Co. Mucker, John vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Muharsky, Herman vs. Cambria Fuel Co. Mulchevisky, Tony vs. Sonman Shaft Coal Co. Murcko, John vs. Windbur High﷓Grade Coal Co. Murphy, Roger vs. Ebensburg Coal Co. Murray, Eugene vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Murray, Thomas vs. Charles Seldon Jr. Shipley Co. Musick, Mrs. Mary (widow), Paul (dec'd) vs. Kent Coal Mining Co. Muth, Norman E. vs. Northwestern Mining and Exchange Muzer, John vs. Baker﷓Whitely Coal Co. Myers, Harvey vs. Stineman Coal and Coke Co. Myers, Kenneth vs. Reed Coal Co. Nadosky, Pete vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Nagel, Cletus vs. Pennsylvania Coal and Coke Co. Nagle. Richard vs. Pennsylvania Coal and Coke Co. Nahornyak, Nick vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Nazaruk, Louis vs. Heisley Coal Co. Nazich, Hamid vs. Bethlehem Steel Corp. Nazrinko, Andy vs. Springfield Coal Co. Negast, Paul (dec'd), Mrs. Paul (widow) vs. Shallmar Mining Co. Neiswonger, W. B. vs. Keystone Mining Co. Nemec, George vs. Sonman Shaft Coal Co. Neri, Anthony vs. Smokeless Quemahoming Coal Co. Neri, Antonio vs. Smokeless Quemahoming Coal Co. Newcomer, John vs. Hillman Coal and Coke Co. Niehenke, John J. vs. UMWA District 2 Niehenke, William vs. Lenox Coal Co. Niemiec, Anthony vs. Lanark Coal Co. Nimmao, James vs. Bird Coal Co. Nochent, Andy vs. Bird Coal Co. Noel, Charles D. vs. Ebensburg Coal Co. Noel, Don vs. Eichenlaub Coal Co. Nolan, John vs. Peale, Peacock, and Kerr Coal Co. Nolf, George vs. Helvetia Coal Co. Norack, Joe vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Noralis, Matt vs. R & P Coal Co. Norman, Charles vs. Pennsylvania Coal and Coke Co. North, Byron (dec'd), North, John (father) vs. B. R. & P. Coal Co. Novak, Ernestvs. Pennsylvania Coal and Coke Co. Odorize, Dominick vs. Baker﷓Whitely Coal Co. Ogershok, Mike vs. Helvetia Coal Co. O'hara, Dan vs. Graceton Coal and Coke Co. Ohorsky, Joseph vs. Benshaff Coal Co. Olaya, Joseph vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Oldham, Richard vs. Ebensburg Coal Co. Oleksinski, Tony vs. R & P Coal Co. Olson, Arthur vs. Wilbur Coal Mining Co. Olson, Charles vs. Buffalo Susquehanna Coal Co. Ondarik, John vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Ontko, George vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Onufro, Mike vs. Barnes Coal Co. Ooghe, Lucian vs. Diamond Smokeless Coal Co. Opeka, Tony vs. Mountain Top Coal Co. Opszalka, Frank vs. Ebensburg Coal Co. Orange, Sterling J. vs. Clearfield Bituminous Coal Co. Orr, Audrey vs. Big Bend Coal Co. Orris, Fred vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Orsagos, George vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Osewalt, Samuel vs. Maryland Coal Co. of PA O'Shaben, Daniel vs. Henrietta Coal Co. Oster, Gerald vs. Consolidation Coal Co. Oswalt, Ben vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Ovarice, John vs. Huskin Coal Mining Co. Overman, Marl vs. Franklin Coal Co. Oyslow, Steve vs. Quemahoming Coal Co. Padvorac, Nick vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Palacek, Domenic vs. Reitz Coal Co. Palinski, Anthony vs. Mohawk Mining Co. (2 files)
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2091Pall, Paul vs. Wilbur Coal Mining Co. Palnak, John (dec'd), Margaret (widow) vs. Loyalhanna Coal Co. Pandle, Sam vs. Vinton Colliery Co. Panik, Paul vs. Snowshoe Coal Co. Paranich, John vs. Oak Ridge Fuel Co. Parks, James T. vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Pasini, Angelo vs. Verassi Coal Co. Paskan, Mike vs. Big Bend Coal Co. Passarella, Anthony vs. Sterling Coal Co. Pastra, John vs. Forge Coal Mining Co. Patcyk, Stanley vs. Mohican Mines (Allegheny River Mining Co.) Patrick, Frank vs. Logan Coal Co. Patrick, John vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Patrick, Pete vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Patsy, Mike vs. Baker﷓Whitely Coal Co. Pcolo, Paul vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Pellis, Mike vs. Huskin Coal Co. Penco, Frank vs. Industrial Collieries Co. Pendal, Sam vs. Vinton Colliery Co. Penin, Basil vs. Cambria Fuel Co. Penn, George vs. Northwestern Mining and Exchange Penna, Tony vs. Citizens Coal Co. Perciavalle, Phillip vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Perdos, Vincent vs. Allegheny River Mining Co. Perry, James vs. R & P Coal Co. Pesanto, Milo vs. Indiana Smokeless Coal Peter, John Sr. vs. Commercial Coal Co. Peterson, Charles William vs. Big Bend Coal Co. Petroskey, George vs. R & P Coal Co. Petrosky, Vincent vs. R & P Coal Co. Petrunak, Matthew vs. Pennsylvania Coal and Coke Co. Petruska, vs. Keystone Mining Co. Petryszak, Frank vs. Cambria Fuel Co. Philip, William vs. Hillman Coal and Coke Co. Phillippi, J. B. vs. Graceton Coal Co. Pic, Frank vs. Johnstown Coal and Coke Pierce, Orie vs. Clearfield Bituminous Coal Co. Pierce, Robert vs. Sonman Shaft Coal Co. Pierczshala, John vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Mining Co. Pifer, Raymond vs. Buffalo and Susquehanna Coal Co. Pifer, Robert vs. Buffalo and Susquehanna Coal Co. Piliz, John vs. Johnstown Coal and Coke Co. Pinchack, John vs. Clearfield Bituminous Coal Co. Pintus, Martin vs. Morrisdale Coal Co. Piper, Charles vs. Buffalo and Susquehanna Coal Co. Piper, Elmer vs. Johnstown Coal and Coke Co. Piper, Luther M. vs. Piper Coal Co. Pipich, Steve vs. Buffalo and Susqehanna Coal Co. Pipon, John vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Pipon, John vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Pipon, John vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Pisarcik, Andy vs. Lenox Coal Co. Pite, Alexander J. vs. Ben and Bett Coal Co. Pivoranik, Andrew vs. Plaskey, Charles vs. Pennsylvania Coal and Coke Co. Platter, H. J. vs. Podologer, frank vs. Kimmell Coal Co. Podrebaroc, Joe vs. Mountain Coal Co. Pokoy, Joseph vs. Logan Coal Co. Polifko, Mike vs. Northwestern Mining and Exchange Polinsky, Joseph vs. Sterling Coal Co. Politsky, John vs. C. A. Hughes Coal Co. Pollock, Edwin vs. Sterling Coal Co. Polono, Chas. vs. Helvetia Coal Co. Pomroy, George vs. Consolidated Coal Co. Popek, James vs. Arrow Coal Corp. Popik, John vs. Vinton Colliey Co. Porter, W. E. vs. Keystone Mining Co. Pounds, John vs. B. R. & P. Coal Co. Pounds, Raymond vs. R & P Coal Co. Prementine, Steve vs. Yorkshire Coal Co. Prescrosky, Alex vs. Reitz Coal Co. Price, William vs. The Gregg Coal Co. Priester, Clare vs. R & P Coal Co. Primrose, John vs. Enterprise Coal Mining Co. Pringle, James vs. Buffalo and Susquehanna Coal Co. Pritts, Albert vs. Indian Creek Co. Probst, Glen vs. R & P Coal Co. Procko, John vs. Monroe Mining Co. Puchko, Steve vs. Argyle Coal Co. Puchko, Steve vs. Stineman Coal Co.
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2101Pugh, James vs. Roy Smithing Coal Co. Punago, Sam vs. Cambria Coal Co. Putnam, Charles vs. Bird Coal Co. Putsky, Joe vs. Pyo, Joseph vs. Pennsylvania Coal and Coke Co. Quatterocchi, Donato vs. Consolidated Coal Co. Mine #123 Raber, Sterling vs. Allegheny River Mining Co. Rachie, John vs. Morrisdale Coal Mining Co. Radavich, George vs. Northwestern Mining Co. Radcliffe, Joseph vs. Reitz Coal Co. Rajavich, John Jr. vs. Northwestern Mining and Exchange Co. Raki, Sigmind vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Rakowski, Feliks vs. Koontz Mine Ramsey, Robert vs. Kent Coal Mining Co. Rankin, James vs. Blair Engineering amd Supply Co. Rasavage, Anthony vs. Northwestern Mining and Exchange Ravensak, Anton vs. Huber Street Coal Co. Ray, Harry vs. Northwestern Mining and Exchange Co. Raymond, Joe vs. Buffalo and Susquehanna Coal Co. Reale, Alex vs. Allegheny River Mining Co. Rebenock, Mike vs. Loyalhanna Coal and Coke Co. Rech, Roger vs. Ebensburg Coal Co. Reed, Abe vs. Curwenfield Coal Corp. Reis, Tony vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Reiter, John vs. Helvetia Coal Co. Rellick, Nick vs. R & P Coal Co. Renzi, Louis vs. Taylor McCoy Coal Co. Reshonsky, Andrew vs. Clearfield Bituminous Coal Co. (file 1) Reshonsky, Andrew vs. Clearfield Biyuminous Coal Co. (file 2) Resnick, Mike (dec'd), Elizabeth (widow) vs. Stineman Coal and Coke Co. Revas, Albert vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Revetti, Tony vs. Cherry Tree Coal Co. Revis, Julis vs. Helvetia Coal Co. Rhoads, Donald vs. Berwind﷓White Mining Co. Rhodes, Oden vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Ribon, Charles vs. North American Refactories Co. (1st Injury) Rice, Sheridan vs. Hillman Coal and Coke Co. Richards, Louis H. vs. Pennsylvania Electric Co. (file 1) Richards, Louis H. vs. Pennsylvania Electric Co. (file 2) Richardson, David vs. Imperial Coal Co. Riffle, Nelson vs. Sheesley Coal Co. Rinaldi, Joe vs. Northwestern Mining and Exchange Co. Ritchey, Warren vs. Seaboard Coal Mining Co. Ritchey, William vs. Seaboard Coal Mining Co. Rizzardi, Louis vs. Argyle Coal Co. Roach, Frank vs. Morrisdale Coal Co. Robinsky, Andy vs. Indiana Smokeless Coal Co. Rocchi, Domenic vs. Buffalo and Susquehanna Coal Co. Roche, Phillip vs. Rockhill Coal Co. Rodgers, Amzie vs. Wilbur Coal Mining Co. Rodgers, Blair vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Rodgers, Sam vs. Monroe Coal Co. Rogozinski, Leo vs. Bird Coal Co. Roman, Charles vs. Commercial Coal Co. Roman, John vs. Bethlehem Steel Corp. Rosa, Mike vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Rosewell, Louis vs. Bird Coal Co. Rosian, Fred vs. Peel Coal Co. (Carrolltown Coal Co.) Rosian, George vs. George Schnabel and Bert Hamberger Roskoski, Bruno vs. Morris Run Coal Co. Ross, Clifford vs. A. L. Light Coal Co. Ross, Hugh vs. Logan Coal Co. Rosso, Mike vs. Globe Coal Co. (Heshbon Smokeless Coal Co.) Roudebush, William vs. Helvetia Coal Co. Rougeaux, Charles vs. Rowles, William O. vs. District 2 UMWA Rowles, William O. vs. District 2 UMWA Roxby, Edward vs. Mountain Top Coal Co. Royko, John (dec'd), Mary (widow) vs. Logan Coal Co. (2 files) Roza, Gazel vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Rubus, Mike vs. Hastings Fuel Co.
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2111 Rudnik, Gust vs. Diamond Smokeless Co. Rumgay, John vs. R & P Coal Co. (file 1) Rumgay, John vs. R & P Coal Co. (file 2) Rumsky, Frank vs. Rusch, Gotfred vs. Reitz Coal Co. Rushan, Hoki vs. Bethlehem Steel Co. Ruske, Anton vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Rusnak, Pete vs. Logan Coal Co. Rusnak, Pete vs. Logan Coal Co. Sabella, John vs. Ebensburg Coal Co. Sabol, John vs. Piper Coal Co. Sabota, Pete vs. Vinton Colliery Co. Saboya, Pete vs. Vinton Colliery Co. Sachko, Dan vs. Johnstown Coal and Coke Co. Sadler, John vs. Big Bend Coal Co. Sadowsky, George vs. Davis Coal & Coke Saganos, Mike, John (father) vs. Bird Coal Co. Sahayduk, Charles vs. Ebensburg Coal Co. Sakal, Nick vs. Vinton Colliery Co. Sakash, Pete vs. Buffalo and Susquehanna Coal Co. Salamone, Phillip vs. Northwestern Mining and Exchange Salata, John vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Salerno, Victor vs. Buffalo and Susquehanna Coal Co. Salko, Charles vs. Big Bend Coal Co. Salvaggio, Charles vs. Hillman Coal and Coke Co. Salvaggio, Charles vs. Hillman Coal and Coke Co. (2nd Injury) Sambol, Andy vs. Wilmore Fuel Co. Samole, Thomas vs. Pennsylvania Smokeless Coal Co. Santy, John vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Sapp, James vs. Clesrfield Bituminous Coal Co. Sarachine, Fugo vs. Allegheny River Coal Co. Sarafin, Blase vs. Heisley Coal Co. Sarnosky, John vs. Heisley Coal Co. Saxton, Henry vs. Vulcan Smithing Co. Sayers, R. E. vs. Wall﷓Work Coal Co., Hawthorne, PA Scalese, Dominick vs. Monroe Coal Co. Scanga, Raffaele vs. Clearfield Bituminous Coal Co. Scavern, John vs. Banner Coal Mining Co. Scepseno, Frank vs. Lincoln Coal Co. Schal, John vs. Cherry Run Coal Mining Co. Schlinguia, Joe vs. Indiana Smokeless Coal Co. Schuster, John vs. Stineman Coal and Coke Co. Schuster, Steve vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Seach, Louis vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Sedok, Steve vs. Keystone Mining Co. Sedoskey, Stanley ,Jr. vs. Clearfield Bituminous Coal Corp. (not in ledger) Sedoskey, Stanley (dec'd), Rose (widow) vs. R & P Coal Co. Sedwar, Wascovs. Snowshoe Coal Co. Segen, Wasco vs. Industrial Collieries Corp. Sekowski, Andrew vs. Pennsylvania Coal and Coke Co. Selnero, Tony vs. Buffalo and Susqehanna Coal Co. Semanik, Fred vs. Loyalhanna Coal Co. Semo, Mike vs. Johnstown Coal and Coke Co. Sempko, George vs. Reitz Coal Co. Seneck, Pete vs. Lanark Coal Co. Senick, Andy vs. Graceton Coal Co. Senick, Steve vs. R & P Coal Co. Senik, John vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Senko, George vs. Ebensburg Coal Co. Sennett, John vs. Pennsylvania Coal and Coke Co. Sennett, Kenneth vs. Northwestern Mining and Exchange Seraski, Steve vs. Reitz Coal Co. Serko, frank vs. Heisley Coal Co. Serrani, Nicholas vs. Morrisdale Coal Co. Sesney, Joseph vs. Stineman Coal Mining Co. Sewiskey, Albert vs. Johnstown Coal and Coke Co. Sewiskey, Albert vs. Johnstown Coal and Coke Co. (2nd Injury) Shacarick, Alex vs. Middle Pennsylvania Coal Co. Shaffer, Clinton vs. Ebensburg Coal Co. Shaffer, Joe vs. Keystone Coal Mining Co. Shaffer, John E. vs. Reitz Coal Co. Shaffer, Warren vs. Huskin Coal Co. Shannon, John vs. Reitz Coal Co. Shearer, William vs. Northwestern Mining and Exchange Co. Shedlock, Mike vs. Vinton Colliery Co. Shedlock, Mike vs. Vinton Colliery Co. (2nd Injury) Shelgren, Carl vs. Jack Garden Coal Co., Franklin Coal Co. Sheroky, Pete (dec'd) vs. Morrisdale Coal Co. Shesko, Mike vs. Hillman Coal and Coke Co. Shilling, Frank vs. Manion Coal Corp. Shimko, Mike vs. Cherry Tree Coal Co. Shoff, Cameron vs. Vulcan Smithing Coal Co. Shoff, Robert vs. Sheesley Coal Co. Sholtis, John vs. Wilbur Coal Mining Co. Shonsky, John vs. Barnest and Tucker Coal Co. Shook, John vs. Ebensburg Coal Co. Shrout, Glenn (dec'd) vs. Vinton Colliery Co. Shumaker, Blair vs. John Openrider Shumaker, Charles vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Shumaker, Delbert vs. Markle﷓Buller Coal Co. Shupenis, Joseph vs. Northwestern Mining and Exchange Co. Sibilia, Antonio vs. Bear Rock Mining Co. Sickan, Thomas vs. Pennsylvania Coal and Coke Co. Sidorick, John vs. Banner Coal Co. Siford, Donald vs. Moshannon Smithing Coal Co. Simach, Mike (dec'd) vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Simendinger, Isidore F. vs. Pennsylvania Coal and Coke Co. Simon, Frank (dec'd) vs. Vinton Colliery Co. Simon, Joseph vs. C. B. C. Coal Corp. Simpson, George vs. Helvetia Coal Co. Simpson, John A. vs. Singer, Walter vs. Langdon Coal Co. Single, Wasko vs. Henrietta Coal Co. Sinko, Walter vs. Bethlehem Mines, Rosedale #72 Sipe, John vs. Cambria Fuel Co. Sisak, Mike vs. Graceton Coal and Coke Co. Skebeck, Edward vs. Big Bend Coal Mining Co. Skeri, Charles vs. Cambria Fuel Co. Skipper, William vs. Landom Coal Co. Skobel, Antonette vs. Tascarora Smokeless Coal Co. Skrack, Frank Jr. vs. Johnstown Coal and Coke Co. Skrak, Fred vs. Heisley Coal Co. Sladek, Alex vs. Davis Coal and Coke Co. Slanoc, Martin vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Slavenick, John Jr. vs. Logan Coal Co. Sloppy, Howard vs. Ralph Palmer and Son Slovich, George vs. Reitz Coal Co. Slovick, Vince vs. Mountain Coal Co.
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2121Slovinsky, Gust vs. Cherry Tree Coal Co. Smay, Wilbur vs. Fork Coal Mining Co. Smets, Julius vs. Sonman Shaft Coal Co. Smiach, Steve vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Smidga, John vs. Vinton Colliery Co. Smiley, John vs. R & P Coal Co. Smith, Curtis C. vs. Grass Coal Mining Co. Smith, Elmer vs. Imperial Coal Co. Smith, Frank vs. Loyalhanna Mine #6 (1st Injury) Smith, George vs. North American Refactories Smith, Harold vs. Spankle Mills Coal Co. Smith, Harry vs. Forkd Coal Mining Co. Smith, John vs. Associated Gas and Electric Smith, John vs. Grasso Coal Mining Co. Smith, Mike vs. Loyalhanna Coal and Coke Co. Smith, Stanley vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Smith, Thomas vs. Sheesley Coal Co. Smith, Walter vs. James Coal Co. Smith, William A. vs. Keystone Mining Co. Smolinsky, Alex vs. Helvetia Coal Mining Co. Snyder, Russell vs. Ringgold Coal Co. Sodmont, Arthur (dec'd) vs. Monroe Coal Co. Soffranko, Frank vs. Smokeless Coal Co. Soho, John vs. Reitz Coal Co. Sokolosky, John vs. Hillman Coal and Coke Co. Solida, Oren M. vs. Keystone Mining Co. Soloway, Steve vs. Beker﷓Whitely Coal Co. Somich, Mike vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Soulko, John vs. Hillman Coal and Coke Co. Soupart, Frank (dec'd) vs. Black Oak Coal Mining Co. Sowenski, Ignatius vs. Rich Hill Coal Co. Space, George vs. Coral Coal and Coke Co. Space, Joe vs. Coral Coal and Coke Co. Spalla, Peter vs. Johnstown Coal and Coke Co. Spallazzi, Louis vs. UMWA District 2 Spanovich, Pete vs. Sheesley Coal Co. Sparks, Mrs. Hugh vs. Forge Coal Mining Co. Spencer, Edward vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Spencer, Frank vs. Marley and Davis Coal Co. Spilla, Andy vs. Roy Chamber Spisak, John vs. C. A. Hughes and Co. Spohn, Harry vs. Potter Coal and Coke Co. Squirt, Joseph vs. Tuscarora Smikeless Coal Co. Srark, Mike vs. Heisley Coal Co. Sroka, Frank vs. Barnes and Tucker Coal Co., Mine#2 Staffon, Michael (dec'd), Mrs. (widow) vs. Vinton Colliery Co. Staffy, John vs. Hillman Coal and Coke Co. Stahl, Austin vs. Shettler Coal Co. Stahl, J. W. vs. Consolidation Coal Co. Stankan, John vs. UMWA District 2 (Local #1113) Stapleton, Elby vs. Rockhill Coal and Iron Co. Start, Joe Jr. vs. Hillman Coal and Coke Co. States, Homer M. vs. Wilmore Fuel Co. Stavish, John vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Steeley, Walter vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Stefan, Frank vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Steiner, Frank vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Stephenson, Albert vs. Powell Coal Co. Sterner, Clark vs. Monroe Coal Mining Co. Stets, Joseph vs. R & P Coal Co. Stockdill, J. C. vs. Mohawk Coal Co. Stoklosa, John Sr. vs. Cosgrove﷓Meehan Coal Co. Stonebraker, John vs. Wiley Coal Co. Storey, George vs. Koppers Coal Co. (Sonman Shaft Coal Co.) Stratton, Clayton vs. Pennsylvania Coal and Coke Co. Stratton, Harold vs. Penn Run Coal Corp Streasak, Chas. vs. Vinton Colliery Co. Strong, E. W. vs. R & P Coal Co. Stupi, Anthony vs. Logan Coal Co. Sturtz, Harvey vs. Enterprixe Coal Co. Stutzman, Claude M. vs. Consolidation Coal Co. Such, John vs. Ebensburg Coal Co. Suder, Frank vs. Baker﷓Whitely Coal Co. Suhar, Frank vs. Vinton Colliery Co. Sulin Joseph vs. Logan Coal Co. Sumski, Wm. vs. Buffalo and Susquehanna Coal Co. Sunderland, Wm. T. vs. James Coal Co. Supanick, Jacob vs. Quemahoming Coal Co. Supp, Steve vs. Clearfield Coal Corp. Susko, John vs. Stineman Coal and Coke Sustersick, Martin vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co.
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2131Swank, Charles vs. Hiram Swanks' Sons, Inc. Swanson, Charles vs. Carrolltown Coal Co. Swerbinsky, Andrew vs. Ebensburg Coal Co. Swerner, Wilbur vs. Swintoskey, Stanley vs. Baker﷓Whitely Coal Co. Swirchack, John vs. Reitz Coal Co. Swope, Arthur vs. Rock Hill Coal and Iron Szekeresh, Martin vs. Heisley Coal Co. Szwast, Joseph vs. Sonman Shaft Coal Co. Szybinski, Mike vs. Cambria Fuel Co. Tarboy, Ellis vs. Ebensburg Coal Co. Taylor, Edward vs. Taylor, William vs. Rochester & Pittsburgh Coal Co. Teretta, Joe vs. Jefferson and Indiana Coal Co. Tersine, Tony vs. Linsey Coal Co. Terskey, Lean vs. Lincoln Coal Co. Teter, Dan vs. Consolidation Coal Co. Tewart, William vs. Stineman Coal and Coke Co. Thomas, E. J. vs. Thomas, William vs. Thompson, JAmes vs. Rockhill Coal and Iron Co. Thompson, Pearl vs. Logan Coal Co. Tillett, David vs. Clyde Coal Co. Timko, John Jr. vs. Morrisdale Coal Mining Co. Tindermuth, Edward vs. Northweatern Mining and Exchange Co. Tindigilia, Peter vs. Pennsylvania Coal and Coke Co. Tinnik, Paul vs. Ebensburg Coal Co. Tipton, Milt vs. Smokeless Quemahoming Coal Co. Tiraboschi, Louis vs. Ebensburg Coal Co. Tirabosiki, Sam vs. Ebensburg Coal Co. Tirpack, George vs. Ebensnurg Coal Co. Titek, John vs. Pennsylvania Coal and Coke Co. Tomasevich, John vs. Industrial Collieries Corp. Travis, John vs. Heisley Coal Co. Treacher, Mike vs. Hillman Coal and Coke Co. Trentini, Marchesio vs. Shawmut Mining Co. Tres, Luigi vs. Northwestern Mining and Exchange, Davis Mine Trexel, Fred vs. Hillman Coal and Coke Co. Trisch, George vs. Logan Coal Co. Troxell, Archie vs. Clarence E. Kennedy Trukin, John vs. Clyde Coal Co. Tulowitzky, Wm. vs. Monroe Coal Mining Co. Tummino, Enos vs. Stineman Coal and Coke Co. Turcan, William vs. Heshbon Smokeless Coal Co. Turcato, Leonard vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Turginele, James vs. Bethlehem Steel Corp. Turk, Steve vs. Hillman Coal and Coke Co. Tutsock, Mike vs. C. A. Hughes Coal Co. Twerdak, Mike vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Udvai, Joseph vs. Loyalhanna Coal and Coke Co. Urban, Joe vs. Diamond Smokeless Coal Co. Urban, John vs. Industrial Collieries Urban, John vs. Monroe Coal Mining Co. Urban, Michael vs. Lanark Coal Co. Urbanski, Paul vs. Morrisdale Coal Mining Co. Urda, Fred vs. Mineral Point Coal Co. Usnik, Frank vs. Mountain Coal Co. Valent, Kata vs. Imperial Coal Co. vs. Diamond Smokeless Coal Co. (2 files) Valerie, Joseph vs. Ebensburg Coal Co. Valerie, Louis vs. Ebensburg Coal Co. Vanderpool, Corbett vs. Graceton Coal and Coke Co. Vangura, Philip vs. Kopper Coal Co. Van Horn, Charles vs. Leitenberger Machine Co. Vargo, George vs. Lenark Coal Co. Vargo, George vs. Oak Ridge Fuel Co. Vargo, Paul vs. Johnstown Coal and Coke Co. Vargo, William vs. Commercial Coal Mining Co. Varholla, Dan vs. Allegheny River Mining Co. Vaselaney, Michael vs. UMWA District #2 Vatroba, George vs. Industrial Collieries Corp.
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2141Vedder, Walter vs. Northwestern Mining and Exchange Veil, Charles vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Venesky, Stanley vs. Buffalo and Susquehanna Coal Co. Venture, Armond vs. Buffalo and Susquehanna Coal Co. Veramick, Ignatz vs. Huber Street Coal Co. Verbs, Paul vs. Clearfield Bituminous CoaL Co. Veresh, Joseph vs. Logan Coal Co. Verone, Sam vs. Cambria Fuel Co. Veronssi, Angelo vs. N/A Vetovish, Charles vs. C. A. Hughes Coal Co. Vicesk, Harry vs. Huskin Coal Co. Viginitti, Elia vs. Ebensburg Coal Co. Vikara, Andy vs. Loyalhanna Coal Co. Vilga, Stanley vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Visnyiczke, Lewis vs. Sterling Coal Co. Vitoich, Joseph vs. Springfield Coal Co. Vittelo, Patsy vs. R & P Coal Co. Vizi, Joseph vs. Monroe Mining Co. Vizza, Carmine vs. R & P Coal Co. Volk, Henry vs. Homestead Coal Co. Vrabel, Joe vs. Heisley Coal Co. Vucoder, Samuel vs. R & P Coal Co. Vuletich, Nick vs. Goenor Brewing Co. Wadyka, Andy vs. James M. McIntyre and Co. Wagner, Allen vs. Diamond Smokeless Coal Co. Wagner, Norman vs. Buffalo and Susquehanna Coal Co. Wagner, William vs. Pennsylvania Coal and Coke Co.Wagstaff, Thomas vs. Stineman Coal Co. Wahl, Ray vs. C. K. Bowman & Son Walcho, George vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Walcho, George vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. (file 2) Walls, Samuel vs. Stineman Coal Co. Walls, William vs. Pennsylvania Coal and Coke Co. Walter, Howard vs. Consolidation Coal Co Walters, Frank vs. National Radiator Corp. Walters, George vs. Enterprise Coal Co. Waltos, Stella vs. Popular Maid Manufacturing Co. Waltos, Tony vs. Wilmore Fuel Co. Waltimire, S. H. vs. Ebensburg Coal Co. Wandrum, James vs. J. H. Reilly Coal Co. Wargo, George vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Warnick, John vs. WPA Waselewski, Alex vs. Industrial Collieries Co. Wasylink, Constantine vs. R & P Coal Co. Watters, David vs. Pennsylvania Coal and Coke Co. Watters, John vs. Sterling Coal Co. Watters, Lafayette vs. Feeny and Rudinski Coal Co. Watterson, Wilson vs. Holmer Coal Co. Waxmunski, Steve vs. Eichenlaub Coal Co. Weakland, Elmer vs. Monroe Coal Co. Weaver, Curtis vs. Windber Hi﷓Grade Coal Co. Webnick, John vs. Consolidation Coal Co. Wegas, Joseph vs. Heisley Coal Co. Weir, Adam vs. Pennsylvania Coal and Coke Co. Wessel, Tony vs. Springfield Coal Co Wheeler, Fred vs. Monroe Coal Co. Wheeling, John vs. W. W. Reed Coal Co. Whited, Steward vs. Blair Engineering And Supply Co. Widing, G. H. vs. North American Refactories Co. Widmar, James vs. District 2 UMWA of PA Wieczarek, Joseph vs. Bethlehem Steel Mines Wike, James vs. Commercial Coal Co. Wilkinson, Walter vs. Heisley Coal Co. Williams, Edgar vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Williams. Joseph vs. Pennsylvania Coal and Coke Co. Williams, Lester vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. (file 1) Williams, Lester vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. (file 2) Williamson, William vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Wilson, John B. vs. South Fork Coal and Coke Co. Wilson, L. S. vs. Penn Run Coal Corp. Wilson, R. C. vs. Riverside Fuel Co. Wilson, Robert vs. Wilmore Coal Co. Wilson, William vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Wineck, Henry vs. Potter Coal Co. Winebrenner, James vs. Wilmore Fuel and Coke Co. Winning, Clair vs. Springfield Coal Corp. Wirick, Jacob vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Wirick, Jonas vs. Stineman Coal and Coke Co. Wiscavage, Fred vs. R & P Coal Co. Wise, Bursey vs. Consolidation Coal Co. (file 1) Wise, Bursey vs. Consolidation Coal Co. (file 2) Wisneski, Fred vs. Northwestern Mining and Exchange
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2151Woeffel, Jack vs. Hirman Swank & Sons Woganski, Koskia vs. Sheesley Coal Co. Wojaroski, Frank vs. Cambria Lochrie Coal Co. Wojtarowicz, Peter vs. Taylor & McCoy Coal and Coke Co. Wolfe, William vs. Clyde Coal Co. Womeldorf, James vs. Keystone Mining Co. Woodhall, Wilbur vs. Vulcan Smithing Coal Co. (file 1) Woodhall, Wilbur vs. Vulcan Smithing Coal Co. (file 2) Woodhall, Wilbur vs. Vulcan Smithing Coal Co. (file 3) Woznak, Mike vs. Springfield Coal Co. Wright, Earl vs. Vulcan Smithing Coal Co. Wrights, Edward vs. Shawmat Coal Co. Wymer, Robert vs. Helvetia Coal Mining Co. Wyandt, Charles vs. Hiram Swank Wytko, Steve vs. Hillman Coal and Coke Co. Yale, Mitchell vs. Northwestern Mining and Exchange Yaletchko, John vs. Minds Coal Co. Yamrick, Walter vs. Helvetia Coal Mining Co. Yancy, George vs. Graceton Coal and Coke Co. Yania, Jacob vs. Loyalhanna Coal Co. Yanish, Anthony vs. Lenox Coal Co. Yaros, Matthew vs. Vinton Colliery Co. Yarosh, Vasyl vs. Johnstown Coal and Coke Co. Yarosz, Frank vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Yasko, George vs. Ebensburg Coal Co. Yasenchak, Josephine vs. Northwestern Coal Corp. Yata, Felix vs. Reitz Coal Co. Yatta, Walter vs. Harbison and Walker Yeck, Joe vs. R & P Coal Co. Yedolosky, John vs. Consolidated Coal Co. Yelenovsky, Mike vs. Vinton Colliery Co. Yelorich, Pete vs. Reitz Coal Co. Yenovech, Joe vs. J. W. Shaw Yerko, Andy vs. Clearfield Bituminous Coal (6 files) Yingling, Elmer vs. Johnstown Coal and Coke Co. Yocca, Nick vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. (file 1) Yocca, Nick vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. (file 2) Yoder, Cloyd vs. Imperial Coal Co. Yonosky, William vs. Reitz Coal Co. Yorko, George vs. Clearfield Bituminous Coal Co. Yosurack, George vs. R & P Coal Co. Young, Andrew vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Younga, Charles vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Younga, Fred vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Younkin, Morris vs. Reading Iron Coal Co. Yount, Harry vs. Echo Coal Mining Co. Yoworski, Steam vs. Big Bend Coal Mining Co. Yucis, Joe vs. Taylor and McCoy Coal and Coke Co. Yurkonis, Frank vs. Koppers Coal Co. (file 1) Yurkonis, Frank vs. Koppers Coal Co. (file 2) Yusnukis, Anthony vs. Northwestern Mining and Exchange Co. Zabitski, Charles vs. Wilbur Coal Mining Co. Zadell, Louis vs. Penn Smokeless Fuel and Coal Co. Zaffuto, Joseph vs. Keystone Mining Co. Zakutney, Jack vs. David Dibert Coal Co. Zambanini, Joseph vs. Bird Coal Co. Zamboni, Louis vs. Big Bend Coal Co. (file 1) Zamboni, Louis vs. Big Bend Coal Co. (file 2) Zamboni, Louis vs. Big Bend Coal Co. (file 3) Zampieri, Frank vs. Ebensburg Coal Co. Zanza, John vs. Moshannon Coal Co. Zareski, Frank vs. Pennsylvania Smokeless Coal Co. Zatek, Paul vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Zatik, Paul vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. (2nd Injury) Zeglin, Joseph vs. Rich Hill Coal Co. Zelanek, Paul vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Zelanik, John vs. Wilbur Coal Mining Co. Zelensky, George vs. Loyalhanna Coal and Coke Co. Zevotsky, Bartic vs. Kearney Coal Co. Ziegmond, Fred vs. R & P Coal Co. Zimmerman, Walter vs. Cambria Coal Co. Zimmers, Lloyd vs. Reitz Coal Co. Zoldak, Balto vs. Blue Ridge Bus Co. Zoldoy, Joseph vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Zubak, Steve vs. Cambria Fuel Co. Zubal, Joseph vs. Berwind﷓White Coal Co. Zurack, Stanley vs. Loyalhanna Coal Co. (2 files) Zvonik, George vs. Arrow Coal Corp.
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3991Workers Compensation Cards: Late . Unlike the annual inspection reports of the Bureau of Mines, these Compensation Department cards describe not only the accidents and fatalities in the District 2 mines, but also the amount of monetary compensation awarded in these cases brought before the UMWA Compensation Board. These cards are arranged in alphabetical and chronological order. 1930's to 1961
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4001Workers Compensation Cards: Late . Unlike the annual inspection reports of the Bureau of Mines, these Compensation Department cards describe not only the accidents and fatalities in the District 2 mines, but also the amount of monetary compensation awarded in these cases brought before the UMWA Compensation Board. These cards are arranged in alphabetical and chronological order. 1930's to 1961
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4011Workers Compensation Cards: Late . Unlike the annual inspection reports of the Bureau of Mines, these Compensation Department cards describe not only the accidents and fatalities in the District 2 mines, but also the amount of monetary compensation awarded in these cases brought before the UMWA Compensation Board. These cards are arranged in alphabetical and chronological order. 1930's to 1961
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4021Workers Compensation Cards: Late . Unlike the annual inspection reports of the Bureau of Mines, these Compensation Department cards describe not only the accidents and fatalities in the District 2 mines, but also the amount of monetary compensation awarded in these cases brought before the UMWA Compensation Board. These cards are arranged in alphabetical and chronological order. 1930's to 1961
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4031Workers Compensation Cards: Late . Unlike the annual inspection reports of the Bureau of Mines, these Compensation Department cards describe not only the accidents and fatalities in the District 2 mines, but also the amount of monetary compensation awarded in these cases brought before the UMWA Compensation Board. These cards are arranged in alphabetical and chronological order. 1930's to 1961
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4041Workers Compensation Cards: Late . Unlike the annual inspection reports of the Bureau of Mines, these Compensation Department cards describe not only the accidents and fatalities in the District 2 mines, but also the amount of monetary compensation awarded in these cases brought before the UMWA Compensation Board. These cards are arranged in alphabetical and chronological order. 1930's to 1961
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4051Workers Compensation Cards: Late . Unlike the annual inspection reports of the Bureau of Mines, these Compensation Department cards describe not only the accidents and fatalities in the District 2 mines, but also the amount of monetary compensation awarded in these cases brought before the UMWA Compensation Board. These cards are arranged in alphabetical and chronological order. 1930's to 1961
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4061Workers Compensation Cards: Late . Unlike the annual inspection reports of the Bureau of Mines, these Compensation Department cards describe not only the accidents and fatalities in the District 2 mines, but also the amount of monetary compensation awarded in these cases brought before the UMWA Compensation Board. These cards are arranged in alphabetical and chronological order. 1930's to 1961
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4071Workers Compensation Cards: Late . Unlike the annual inspection reports of the Bureau of Mines, these Compensation Department cards describe not only the accidents and fatalities in the District 2 mines, but also the amount of monetary compensation awarded in these cases brought before the UMWA Compensation Board. These cards are arranged in alphabetical and chronological order. 1930's to 1961
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4081Workers Compensation Cards: Late . Unlike the annual inspection reports of the Bureau of Mines, these Compensation Department cards describe not only the accidents and fatalities in the District 2 mines, but also the amount of monetary compensation awarded in these cases brought before the UMWA Compensation Board. These cards are arranged in alphabetical and chronological order. 1930's to 1961
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371UMWA District 2 Compensation Department Financial Reports 1936-1951

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Series XIII: Welfare and Retirement Fund, 1950-1962

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2161 Coal Production Reports & General Correspondence, A 1950-1951
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3B
4B
5C
6C
7C
8D
9E
10F
11G
12H
13I
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2171J
2K
3K
4L
5M
6M
7M
8M
9N
10O
11P-Q
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2181R
2S
3S
4S
5T
6U-V
7W
8X-Y
9Z
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2191Cancellations, February﷓April 1953
2-3Cancellations, May 1953 (2 files)
4Cancellations, July 1953
5Cancellations, September 1953
6Cancellations, December 1953
7Cancellations, 1954
8-12Cancellations, 1955 (5 files)
13Cancellations, 1957
14Ineligible holders due to lifting of Charters
15-21Master List (7 files)
22Companies owing Royalty to the Welfare Fund, 1953
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2201Health & Retirement Fund-Blizzard: A-C
2D-F
3G-J
4K-L
5M-O
6P-R
7S-U
8V-Z
9Health & Retirement Fund- Mitch: A-B
10C-D
11E-G
12H-J
13K-L
14M-O
15P-Q
16R-S
17T-V
18W-Z
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2211Health & Retirement Fund: A-B
2C-E
3F-G
4H-J
5K-L
6M-N
7O-Q
8R-T
9V-Z
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2221Arestad, 1953-1954
2Arestad, 1957
3-4Arestad, (2 files) 1958
5Arestad, 1959
6Arestad, 1960-1961
7Arestad, 1962
8Ryan, 1957-1958
9-10Ryan, (2 files) 1959
11 Ryan, 1960
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4281Health & Welfare Applications 1950-1960

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Series XIV: Death Benefit Certificates, 1910-1928

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2231Death Benefit Certificates﷓members and some wives, 1912-1914 1906 Marriage Certificate for Salvatore Bunturella & Cologera Anzelone Applications/Requests for certificates, 1910-1914
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2241Death Benefit Certificates (alphabetical) Contents: Members and Members' Wives Members and Members' Wives Members' Wives Members' Wives 19121914 1915 1916
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2251Death Benefit Certificates, Members (alphabetical), August 1914 through December 1916
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2261Death Benefit Certificates, Members (alphabetical), and Applications/Requests for Certificates, 1918 January 1917-December 1917
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2271Death Benefit Certificates of Members & Members' Wives (alpha) for January 1917-December 1918
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2281Death Benefit Certificates of Members & Some Wives (alpha) for July 1918-December 1918
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2291Applications/Requests for Certificates: January 1918 through December 1919 and Members' Certificates for January-December 1919 (alpha)
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2301Applications/Requests for Certificates, January 1920-December 1921 and Death Benefit Certificates for Members (alpha) for January-December 1920,
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2311Death Benefit Certificates for Members' Wives, January 1919-July 1921
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2321Death Benefit Certificates for Members & Wives/Mothers: A-Z September 1921-February 1922; A-Z March-December 1921; A-Z March-June 1922; A-Z January-March 1923
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2331Death Benefit Certificates, primarily Members' Wives (alpha) for July 1922-July 1924
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2341 Death Benefit Certificates for Members, January﷓December 1923 and Applications/Requests for Certificates, January 1922-December 1924
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2351 Death Benefit Certificates for Members, January-December 1924; Applications/Requests for Certificates, January-December 1925 and Death Benefit Certificates for Members, January-June 1925
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2361Death Benefit Certificates for Members, July-December 1925; Applications/Requests for Certificates, January-December 1926 and Death Benefit Certificates for Members, January-December 1926
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2371Death Benefit Certificates for Members' Wives and Mothers, July-December 1924 and July 1925-December 1928
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2381Applications/Requests for Certificates, January-December 1927; Death Benefit Certificates for Members, January-December 1927; Applications/Requests for Certificates, January-December 1928; Death Benefit Certificates for Members, January-December ; Correspondence dealing with Death Claims and Claims Paid (2 files) 1928

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Series XV: Deleted Coal Company Files

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2391A. A. Coal Company through Baker & Whiteley Coal Company
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2401Balough Coal Company through Black Beauty Coal Company
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2411Black & Brennen through C. H. & R. Coal Company
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2421C & M Coal Company through Commercial Coal Company of Twin Rocks
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2431Commotes, Inc. through Dell Coal Company
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2441Dell Coal Company through Eastern Associated Coal Corp.
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2451Eastern Gunite Company through Fang Coal Company
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2461Farabaugh & Young Coal Company through Garvey Mine #1
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2471Gary Coal Company through Hawk Brothers
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2481Hawk Run Coal Companies through Howard Coal Company
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2491Hritz Coal Company through Keith Coal Company
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2501Keilman Coal Company through Elmer Leamer
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2511J. A. Leamer Coal Company through M & A Coal Company
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2521Mace Coal Company through Michaels & Skeria Mine
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2531Middle Pennsylvania Coal Corp. through New Shawmut Mining Co.
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2541New York Mining Company through Pawuk Coal Company
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2551Peach Hill Coal Company through Andrew Polenik Mines
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2561Fred Pollick Trucking through Rockhill Coal Company
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2571Rock Tunnel Coal Company through Smart & Maholtz Partnership
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2581Smith Coal Company through Hiram Swank & Sons
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2591Hiram Swank & Sons Clymer No. 6 Mine through Valley Coal Co.
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2601Valley Fuel Company through William #2 Coal Company
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2611Williams Coal Company through Zureuka Brothers Coal Company

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Series XVI: District Reports on Receipts and Tax Refunds to Local Unions, 1941-1942

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2621-2Acosta Local #6370 (2 files)
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3-4Adrian Local #450 (2 files)
5-6Alverda Local #3661 (2 files)
7Anita Local #1218
8Anita Local #7954
9-10Antrim Local #2098 (2 files)
11-12Appalacha Local #7558 (2 files)
13-14Arcadia Local #140 (2 files)
15-16Atlantic Local #34 (2 files)
17-18Bald Hill Local #7656 (2 files)
19-20Barnesboro Local #617 (2 files)
21-22Barnesboro Local #7201 (2 files)
23-24Barnesboro Local #7587 (2 files)
25-26Beaverdale Local #2233 (2 files)
27-28Beccaria Local #67 (2 files)
29-30Berkey Local #6491 (2 files)
31Black Lick Local #6507
32-33Blandberg Local #6504 (2 files)
34-35Bloomington Local #7699 (2 files)
36-37Boardman Local #7803 (2 files)
38-40Boltz Local #839 (3 files)
41-42Brockport Local #5450 (2 files)
43-44Brockway Local #2297 (2 files)
45-46Byrndale Local #851 (2 files)
47-48Cadogan Local #3036 (2 files)
49-50Cairnbrook Local #1023 (2 files)
51-52Carnwath Local #6460 (2 files)
53-54Carpenter's Mark Local #1169 (2 files)
55-56Cassandra Local #935 (2 files)
57-58Central City Local #6410 (2 files)
59-60Chambersville Local #7275 (2 files)
61-62Cherry Tree Local #7799 (2 files)
63-64Clarence Local #1871 (2 files)
65-66Clune Local #6649 (2 files)
67-68Clymer Local #1489 (2 files)
69-70Clymer Local #6796 (2 files)
71-72Coal Junction Local #7460 (2 files)
73-74Coalmont Local #653 (2 files)
75-76Coalport Local #1402 (2 files)
77-78Colver Local #860 (2 files)
79-80Commodore Local #4882 (2 files)
81-82Conemaugh Local #6394 (2 files)
83-84Coupon Local #2054 (2 files)
85-86Cresson Local #861 (2 files)
87-88Cymbria Local #2010 (2 files)
89-90Dagus Mines Local #2044 (2 files)
91-92Dayton Local #7837 (2 files)
93-94Dean Local #7018 (2 files)
95-96Defiance Local #95 (2 files)
97-98Diamondville Local #2381 (2 files)
99-100Dias Local #6650 (2 files)
101Distant Local #6966
102-103Dixonville Local #1515 (2 files)
104-105Dora Local #6732 (2 files)
106-107 Dudley Local #1995 (2 files)
108-109Dunlo Local #830 (2 files)
110-111Dysart Local #6530 (2 files)
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2631Echo Local #7439
2-3Ehrenfeld Local #6359 (2 files)
4-5Elban Local #2279 (2 files)
6-7Elmora Local #1269 (2 files)
8-9Emeigh Run Local #1855 (2 files)
10-11Ernest Local #599 (2 files)
12-13Fairmont City Local #2153 (2 files)
14-15Fairmont Local #6921 (2 files)
15a Falls Creek Local #7759
16-17Force Local #97 (2 files)
18-19Frances Local #7834 (2 files)
20-21Friedens Local #1220 (2 files)
22Friedens Local #7896
23-24Furnace Run Local #923 (2 files)
25-26Gallitzen Local #1056 (2 files)
27-28Garman Local #7590 (2 files)
29-30Garrett Local #6203 (2 files)
31Gipsy Local #7778 (see File 46 also)
32-33Glasgow Local #7569 (2 files)
34-35Glen Richey Local #378 (2 files)
36-37Graceton Local #6248 (2 files)
38-39Graham Local #6488 (2 files)
40-41Grampian Local #7108 (2 files)
42-43Grassflat Local #1134 (2 files)
44-45Gray Local #6456 (2 files)
46Gypsy Local #7778 (see File 31 also)
47Harrison Local #5287
48-49Hastings Local #393 (2 files)
50-51 Hawk Run Local #899 (2 files)
52-53Heilwood Local #7091 (2 files)
54-55Helvetia Local #753 (2 files)
56-57Heshbon Local #614 (2 files)
58-59Heshbon Local #7087 (2 files)
60-61Heshbon Local #7657 (2 files)
62-63Heverly Local #6562 (2 files)
64-65Hollwood Local #6397 (2 files)
66Hollsopple Local #6350
67-68Hooversville Local #3091 (2 files)
69-70Houtzdale Local #6480 (2 files)
71-72Huey Local #7511 (2 files)
73-74Huey Local #2658 (2 files)
75-76Hyosota Local #6264 (2 files)
77-78Indiana Local #6974 (2 files)
79-80Indiana Local #7402 (2 files)
81-82Indiana Local #7634 (2 files)
83Indian Head Local #6309
84-85Jamestown Local #1318 (2 files)
86Jenners Local #6364
87-88Jerome Local #1113 (2 files)
89-90Johnstown Local #1040 (2 files)
91-92Johnstown Local #5234 (2 files)
93-94Johnstown Local #6411 (2 files)
95-96Johnstown Local #6690 (2 files)
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2641-2Johnstown Local #6849 (2 files)
3-4Johnstown Local #7564 (2 files)
5-6Johnstown Local #7713 (2 files)
7-8Kittanning Local #2730 (2 files)
9-10Kittanning Local #6461 (2 files)
11-12Kramer Local #99 (2 files)
13-14Langdondle Local #602 (2 files)
15-16Lilly Local #1294 (2 files)
17-18Listie Local #6152 (2 files)
19-20 Lochvale Local #6357 (2 files)
21Lucerne Mine Local #488
22Madera Local #6743
23Maple Ridge Local #6635
24Marstellan Local #2246
25Mauk Local #6706
26McDonaldton Local #6249
27McIntyre Local #3548
28Melcroft Local #6872
29Meyersdale Local #6250
30Mineral Point Local #6409
31Morann Local #1659
32Morrisdale Local #6240)
33Morris Run Local #1370
34Moshannon Local #757
35Mundorf Local #7038
36Munson Local #6506
37-38Nanty﷓Glo Local #1386 (2 files)
39-40Nu﷓Mine Local #600 (2 files)
41-42Oakland Local #819 (2 files)
43-44Osceola Mills Local (2 files)
45-46Patton Local #842 (2 files)
47-48Philipsburg Local #6702 (2 files)
49-50Pine Hill Local #6216 (2 files)
51-52Portage Local #498 (2 files)
53-54Puritan Local #2248 (2 files)
55-56Putneyville Local #795 (2 files)
57-58Ralphton Local #6215 (2 files)
59-60Reading Local #6406 (2 files)
61-62Revloc Local #850 (2 files)
63Rimersburg #1305
64-65 Ringgold Local #726 (2 files)
66-67Robertsdale Local #1031 (2 files)
68-69Robertsdale Local #7191 (2 files)
70Robinson Local #6414
71-72Rockingham Local #6749 (2 files)
73-74Rockwood Local #6358 (2 files)
75-76Rossiter Local (2 files)
77Rossiter Local #7882
78-79Rosston Local #6602 (2 files)
80-81Scalp Level Local #5229 (2 files)
82Scalp Level Local #7925
83-84Sagamore Local #473 (2 files)
85-86Sarah Furnace Local #1859 (2 files)
87-88Six Mile Run Local #1683 (2 files)
89-90Six Mile Run Local #6819 (2 files)
91-92Six Mile Run Local #6930 (2 files)
93-94Smithmills Local #6505 (2 files)
95Smithport Local #7908
96-97Smokeless Local #980 (2 files)
98-99Smoke Run Local #6395 (2 files)
100-101South Fork Local #472 (2 files)
102-103Sarford Local #89 (2 files)
104-105St. Benedict Local #2008 (2 files)
106-107St. Michael Local #3648 (2 files)
108-109Stoystown Local #6675 (2 files)
110-111Strattanville Local #6689 (2 files)
112Strattanville Local #6439
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2651-2Thayerton Local #6462 (2 files)
3-4Thompsontown Local #6519 (2 files)
5-6Tidedale Local #3676 (2 files)
7-8Tire Hill Local #998 (2 files)
9-10Twin Rocks Local #9 (2 files)
11-12Van Oriner Local #6601 (2 files)
13-14Vintondale Local #621 (2 files)
15Weedville Local #7952
16-17Westville Local #7202 (2 files)
18-19Wilbur Local #6157 (2 files)
20Willet Local #7275
21-22Winberne Local #176 (2 files)
23-24Windber Local #6186 (2 files)
25-26Windber Local #7048 (2 files)
27-28Windber Local #7309 (2 files)

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Series XVII: Employee Status by Union Number in District #2, 1955-1961

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2661, Local #9 through Local #1040 1955
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2671, Local #1040 through Local #3648 1955
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2681, Local #3648 through Local #6370 1955
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2691, Local #6394 through Local #8502 1955
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2701, Local #8502 through Local #9983 1956, Local #9 through Local #998 1955
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2711, Local #998 through Local #6186 1956
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2721, Local #6186 through Local #9983 1956
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2731, Local #9 through Local #1269 1957
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2741, Local #1318 through Local #6410 1957
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2751, Local #6411 through Local #9983 1958, Local #9 through Local #838 1957
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2761, Local #842 through Local #5229 1958
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2771, Local #5287 through Local #9983 1959, Local #9 through Local #602 1958
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2781, Local #617 through Local #5229 1959
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2791, Local #5287 through Local #9983 1960, Local #34 through Local #393 1959
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2801, Local #472 through Local #3648 1960
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2811, Local #3676 through Local #9983 1961, Local #34 through Local #998 1960
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2821, Local #1031 through Local #7091 1961

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Series XVIII: Legal Documents

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331 Lawsonham Mine Workers Property 1917-1944
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2 Farm Rental, PA Coal and Coke Co. 1921
3 Mortgage, Local #2045, Force, PA 1925
4 Lease between David and Charles Weamer and District 2, UMWA 1926
5 Lease between Robert Nimmo and Harry Gould 1926
6 Morris County Union Hall Taxes and 1929 Bigler Township Union Hall 1928
7 Lawsuit: National Miner's Union vs. UMWA Local, Cambria County 1929
8 Letter creating trustees for District 2 properties 1929
9 Fire Insurance on Alverda UMWA Hall and 1930 Mortgage on same 1929
10 Indiana County lots for sale, ect. 1929-1930
11 Warranty Deeds, etc 1929-1930
12 Statement of taxes, Union Local 1929-1940
13 Rental Agreements, Elk County Miners' Hall 1930
14 Invoices: B.A. Sciotto to UMWA 1930
15 James Mark's Presidency: Deeds, leases, rentals, sales, ect. UMWA Halls and Properties 1930
16 Sheriff's deed to UMWA, Clearfield 1930
17 Deeds and Information: Bruce Sciotto to James Mark 1931
18 Sale of Coy Union Hall 1933
19 Deed, Local #6249, Brothersvalley Township, Somerset County 1936
20 Survey, District 2 properties 1940
21 Gipsy UMWA Properties﷓ Canoe Township, Indiana County 1940
22 Patrick Gilday's Presidency﷓ Deeds, leases, rentals, sales, etc., UMWA Halls and Properties 1940
23 Miscellaneous 1940
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2841 Joseph Thropp vs. R. Elmer Fyler. et. al., Injunction 1910
2 Injunction by Knickerbacker Smokeless Coal Co. against Local Union #3901, Somerset County 1916
3 Injunction against Moshannon Coal.0 Mining Co. by Association of Bituminous Coal Operators of Central Pennsylvania 1916
4 Injunction issued against UMWA District 2 in Huntingdon County by Rockhill Iron and Coal Co. 1916
5 Injunction against District 2 UMWA by Bethlehem Mines Corporation 1922
6 Injunction against District 2 UMWA by Pennsylvania Collieries, Inc. 1922
7 John Brophy, John Gizzoni, John Kerr, Emmett McCabe, and Sam Abbot vs. T.D. Stiles, J.P. Guyer, and E.J. Romese﷓ Complaintant's Bill 1924
8 Commonwealth vs. Nick Garbinski: Charge: Assult and Battery and Inciting to Riot 1925
9 Answer of Defendants to Bill of Complaint between Jefferson and Indiana Coal Company (plaintiff) and James Mark, et. al. (defendants) 1925
10 Jefferson & Indiana Coal Company vs. Tony Ross, Levi McConnaughey, et. al. Opinion & Order of Court 1925
11 Injunction against UMWA by Sutter﷓Rinn 1925
12 Plaintiff's Bill between Samuel Chilton, et.al.(plaintiffs) and Alex Norklus, et.al.(defendants) 1925-1927
13 Reports of the Compensation Department (?) 1926
14 Clearfield Bituminous Coal Corp. and A.J. Phillips, et.al.: Answer to Bill of Complaint 1927
15 Clearfield Bituminous Coal Corp. & A. J. Phillips, et. al. Exceptions to findings of fact & law & Decree of Court 1927
16 Clearfield Bituminous Coal Corp. & A. J. Phillips, et. al. Exceptions to Refusal & Failure of Court to find matters of Fact & Conclusions of law as requested by defendants 1927
17 Clearfield Bituminous Coal Corp. & A. J. Phillips, et. al. Opinion of the Court & Decree 1927
18 Clearfield Bituminous Coal Corp. & A. J. Phillips, et. al.Request for findings of fact 1927
19 Clearfield Bituminous Coal Corp. & Oscar Carlson, et. al. Answer of Defendants to Bill of Complaint 1927
20 Clearfield Bituminous Coal Corp. & Oscar Carlson, et. al. Petition and Motion & Petition for leave to Amend Bill 1927
21 Clearfield Bituminous Coal Corp. vs. James Mark, Faber McCloskey & Richard Gilbert, Answer to Rule 1927
22 Clearfield Bituminous Coal Corp. vs. James Mark, Faber McCloskey, Richard Gilbert , Petition to Vacate & Set﷓Aside Service 1927
23 Clearfield Bituminous Coal Corp. vs. James Mark, Faber McCloskey, Richard Gilbert & Tony Ross. Petition to Vacate and Set﷓Aside Service 1927
24 Clearfield Bituminous Coal Corp. vs. UMWA Writ of Injunction 1927
25 Writ of Injunction, Indiana County, Septemeber 5 1927
26 Injunction﷓ Heisley Coal and Coke Corp. against District 2 UMWA. 1927
27 Pennsylvania Coal and Coke Corp. and William Smith, et.al.. Answer to Bill of Complaint 1927
28 Pennsylvania Coal and Coke Corp. vs. James Mark, Faber McCloskey, Richard Gilbert, and Fred Thomas. Petition to vacate and set aside service. 1927
29 Related Correspondence (Injunction) 1927
30 Rosie Palco vs. State Workman's Insurance Fund. 1927
31 Russell Coal Mining Co. and Robert Sayers, et.al.. Answer to Bill of Complaints. 1927
32 Russell Coal Mining Co. and Robert Sayers, et.al.. Order dissolving injunction. 1927
33 (Same case) Petition for leave to amend bill. 1927
34 Sagamore Contempt Hearing (partial). 1927
35 Sworn statement of John Ghizzoni, Indiana County. 1927
36 John Lewis Derne vs. Plymouth Coal Mining Co. and Michael Boscola vs. Pennsylvania Coal and Coke Co., Pennsylvania Superior Court of Appeals. 1927
37 Court Record of Chalmer Calhoun in Cambria and Indiana Counties. 1928
38 Harry Crago vs. James Mark, Richard Gilbert, et.al.. Plaintiff's Bill. 1928
39 John Shaftic vs. Commonwealth Coal and Coke Co. and Pennsylvania Bituminous Casuality Co.﷓ Supreme Court Decision. 1928
40 Mark Laskoski vs. James Mark, et.al.. Plaintiff's Bill. 1928
41 Mike Fazio vs. James Mark, Richard Gilbert, et.al.. Plaintiff's Bill. 1928
42 Peter Farrara vs. James Mark, et.al.. Plaintiff's Bill. 1928
43 District 2 UMWA and Harry Hildebrand, et.al.. Bill of Equity 1929
44 Harry Fishwick vs. John L. Lewis, et.al.. Bill for Injunction and related materials. 1930
45 Clearfield Bituminous Coal Corp. and Carl Armanini, et.al.. Plaintiff's Bill of Complaint. 1931
46 Helvetia Coal Mining Co. and Joe Adams, et.al. 1931
47 R & P Coal, Helvetia Coal, Kent Coal, and Joe Adams, et.al.. Plaintiff's Bill of Complaint. 1931
48 (Same case) Testimony. 1931
49 Robert Henderson vs. The Cambria Smokeless Coal Co.﷓ Opinion. 1934
50 David Watkins vs. Beaver Run Coal Co. Testimony 1934
51 J.T. Jones vs. Carrolltown Coal Co., Victor #9 Mine﷓Testimony. 1934
52 UMWA District 2 vs. Northwestern Mining and Exchange Co., Shawmat Mining Co.﷓ Testimony. 1934
53 Commonwealth vs. Howard Lewis, Joseph Galanick.﷓ Testimony. 1937
54 St. Marys Sewer Pipe Co. Respondent and UMWA District 2. Complaintant, Pennsylvania Labor Relations Board﷓ Certification of Record. 1938
55 Employment of Check Weighman, #2 Mine, Woolridge Coal Co.﷓ Opinion. 1943
56-57 Reed Sunderlin vs. Rochester & Pittsburgh Coal Company (2 files) 1943
58 Answer to Imperial Coal Co. and UMWA, District 2, to Petition riled by Robert J. Dick (Clearfield County). 1945
59-60 UMWA vs. Appalacha Coal Co. (2 files) 1948
61 (Alcide Boutot) UMWA vs. Morrone Brothers Coal Co. 1951
62-63 Allegheny Industries, Inc. vs. George Mottey, Arthur Anderson, and Local No. 599 UMWA (2 files) 1951
64 Allegheny Industries vs. UMWA (Amended Bill of Complaintant). 1951
65 National Labor Relations Board﷓ Decision and Order. 1951
66-67 Parkwood Contracting Co., et.al. vs. District 2 , UMWA, et.al. (2 files) 1952
68 NLRB vs. UMWA 1953
69 Liberty Mining Co., et.al. vs. District 2 UMWA, et.al. Injunction. 1954
69 Same case﷓ Newsclipping. 1954
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351-2 Comstock Fuel Co. (2 files)
3Lumsted Coal Co.
4Lumstead Coal Co.﷓ District 2 and District 5 Joint Organization Drive.
5-7Pina Coal Co. (3 files)
8Newsclipping﷓ Armstrong County Picket Lines and Court Cases. Blair County
9-11Cavalier Coal Co. Case #6﷓CC﷓68 (3 files)
12Newsclippings ﷓ Cavalier Coal Co. Case. Cambria County
13Powell Coal Co. Clarion County
14Allison Engineering Co.
15C& S Coal Co. (Christy and Smith).
16Dutch Hill Coal Co.
17Newsclipping﷓ Dutch Hill Coal Co. Cleafield County
18-19Bailey, Robert (2 files)
20Newsclipping﷓ Bailey, Robert.
21Banner Coal Co. Case #6﷓CC﷓67.
22Banner Coal Co. (J.H. Wallin).
23Benjamin Coal Co.
24Bradford Coal Co. (Ray S. Walker).
25Central Moshannan Coal Co. Case #6﷓CC﷓149.
26Central Moshannan Coal Co. (J. Howard Smith).
27Diamond T. Strip Mining Corp. and Howard Coal Mining Corp.
28Dismissal of Injunctions.
29Elba Coal Co.
30Elba Coal Co. Case #6﷓CC﷓69.
31Howard Coal Mining Co. Case #6﷓CC﷓70.
32-33 Inland Coal Corp. (2 files)
34Petition to show cause why Decree Granting Permanent Injunctions should not be vacated and Injunctions terminated (and final Decree for Diamond T., May 1958.)
35Newsclippings relating to above.
36Probation on John Lippi, Arnold Gabelli, Mike Degretto, Owen Slagle, Amades Raymond.
37 Receipt, Clearfield Injunction Cases.
38Releases, Clearfield Injunction Cases.
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2861River Smokeless Coal Co.
2River Smokeless Coal Co., Case #6﷓CC﷓66.
3Newsclipping﷓ River Smokeless Coal Co. Case #6﷓CC﷓66
4Stripping Contractors Inc. and Victor Waroquier and Joseph Waroquier (Waroquier Coal Company)
5Walker, Ray S. (Trading and doing business as Bradford Coal Company)
6Waroquier Coal Co. Indiana County
7D. G. Wertz Coal Co.
8Hess and Hess Coal Co.
9-10P & N Coal Co. (2 files) Jefferson County
11Compton Coal Co.
12-13Compton and Saver Brothers (2 files)
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2871Kniseley Coal Co.
2Mines Coal Co. Somerset County
3Dunlo Coal Co.
4Newsclipping﷓ Dunlo Coal Co.
5Gray Contracting and Engineering Co.
6-8Liberty Mining Co. (Non﷓union) (3 files)
9Newsclipping﷓ Liberty Mining Co.
10Somerset Coal Corp.
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2881Transcript of Proceedings, May 7, 1920.
2Transcript of Proceedings, May 8, 1920.
3Rulings on Motion to Quash. Indictment, Filing of Demurrers, and Rulings, etc., May 26, 1920.
4Transcript of Proceedings, November 8, 1920.
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2891 Depositions--Brandon, Presley
2Donine, Richard
3Ganoe, James A.
4Gormish, Paul
5Kulish, Frank (Vols. 1 & 2)
6 Long, Charles F.
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2901Depositions--Mastrine, Rornolo
2 Mulhollen, Richard R.
3 Patterson, Ronald D
4 Taranto, James J. (vol. 1).
5Taranto, James J. (vol. 2).
6Wolfe, Roger.
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2911Docket No. 6﷓CA﷓2022, Oct. 20, --Vol. II p. 169-331. 1960
2Vol. III p. 332-473
3Vol. IV p. 474-618
4Vol. V p. 619-787
5Solar Fuel Co. and Paul Schreckengost vs. UMWA and UMWA, District 2.﷓ United States Court of Appeals for the Third Court, Appendix for Appellant, Vol. I, No. 72 1937
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2921Appendix for Appellant, Vol. II
2Appendix for Appellant, Vol. III
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2931Typescript﷓Arbitration Board Hearing, Testimony Patrick Gilday vs. Buffalo and Susquehanna Coal Company, 21 October 1912
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2941 Agreements between the Operators of the Central Competitive Coal Field and the UMWA, District 6, Ohio 1902
2 Agrmt. Buffalo & Susquehanna Coal & Coke Company and District 2 1920
3 Agrmt. Portage Coal Mining Co. and Local #570 1920
419 4 Interstate Agrmt. Coal Operators & Miners of Illinois, Indiana, Ohio and Western Pennsylvania
5 Agrmt. between Coal Operators Assn. & UMWA District 12 1927
6, Agrmt. betwen Morris Run Coal Mining Company Local #1370 1928-1932
7 Agrmt. between Morris Run Coal Company & Local #1370 1932
8 Coal Strike Agrmt 1933
9 Agrmt. Local #2408 & Cascade Coal & Coke 1934
10 Agrmt. Ohio Coal Control Assn. & UMWA District 6, Division 1, 2, 3 1934
11 Appalachian Agrmt. & Agrmt entered into between Coal Control Assn., George's Creek & Upper Potomac and UMWA, District 16 1934
12 Appalachian Agrmt. & Agrmt. entered into between Coal Control Assn. of Western PA and District 3, UMWA 1934
13 Agrmt.﷓Eastern Bituminous Coal Assn. and District 2 1934
14 Centerville Agrmt 1934-1935, 1935-1937, 1937-1939
15 Code of Fair Competition for Bituminous Coal Industry 1934 Agrmt. of Somerset County Coal Operators Assn. & UMWA District 2 1934 Appalachian Agrmt.﷓Eastern Bituminous Coal Assn. and International UMWA 1934
16 District & Appalachian Agrmt, memo of agrmt between Northern West Virginia Sub﷓Divisional Coal Assn. and Internat'l UMWA, District 31 1934-1937
17 Agrmt.﷓Eastern Bituminous Coal Assn. and/or Central PA Coal Producers Assn. & UMWA District 2 1935 Appalachian Agrmt.﷓Eastern Bituminous Coal Assn. & Internat'l 1935
18 Appalachian Agrmt.﷓several coal companies and Districts 2﷓6, 16, 17, 19, 24, 28, 30﷓31 1935
19Agrmt. Graceton Coal & Coke and District 2 1935
20 Appalachian Agrmt. & Agrmt. entered into between Coal Control Assn. of Western PA and Districts 3, 4, 5 1935
21 Agrmt.﷓Sonman Shaft Coal Company, et. al. 1935
22 Supplementary Contract﷓Arkansas & Oklahoma Coal Operators' Assn. & Provisional District 21 UMWA 1935
23 Agrmt. Big Sandy 1935-1937, 1937-1939
24 Agrmt. by and between Arthur Roeder as trustee of the Colorado Fuel & Iron Company and UMWA District 15 1935-1937
25 Agrmt. by and between Coal Producers of Colorado & New Mexico and UMWA District 15 1935-1937
26 Agrmt. by and between Northern Colorado Coal Producers Assn. and UMWA District 15 1935-1937
27 Appalachian & District Agrmt.﷓Hazard Coal Operators Assn. and Internat'l Union of UMWA District 30 1935-1937
28 Contract﷓Arkansas & Oklahoma Coal Operators Assn. and Independent Coal Operators of Arkansas, Oklahoma & Provisional District 21 UMWA 1935-1937, 1937-1939
29 Des Moines Agrmt. 1935-1937, 1937-1939
30 Interstate & District Contract for Shaft Mines﷓District 14 UMWA and S.I.C.O.A. 1937-1939
31 Interstate & District Contract for Strip Mines﷓District 14 between UMWA & S.I.C.O.A. 1935-1937
32 Wage Agrmt. Alabama Coal Mine Operators & District 20 UMWA 1935-1937, 1937-1939
33 Agrmt. between members of the Western Kentucky Coal Operators Assn. & District 23 UMWA 1936-1937, 1937-1939
341937 Agreement between Central PA Coal Producers Assn. & District 2 UMWA Appalachian Agrmt. between Central PA Coal Producers Assn. et. al. & Internat'l UMWA 1937
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2951 Appalachian Agrmt. Several Coal Assns & Districts 2﷓6, 16﷓17, 19, 24, 28, 30﷓31 1937,
2Michigan Mining Scale 1937
3 Appalachian Agrmt. & Virginia District Agrmt between Virginia Coal Operators and UMWA, District 28 1937-1939
4 Wage Agrmt. & working conditions﷓Illinois Coal Operators Assn. and Internat'l Union, UMWA and District 12 1937-1939
5 Agrmt.﷓Central PA Coal Producers Assn & District 2 1939
6 Agrmt.﷓Several Coal Cos. & Districts 2﷓6, 16, 17, 19, 24, 28, 30, 31 1939
7 Central PA Agrmt 1941
8 Temporary Agrmt, RE: National Defense Program﷓Washington, D.C. 1941
9 Appalachian Agrmt. 1945
10 Suggested Application of National Bituminous Coal Wage Agrmt. 1945
11 National Bituminous Coal Wage Agrmt. 1947
12 Wage Agrmts affecting the Central PA & Somerset City Coal Operators Associations 1947
13National Bituminous Coal Wage Agrmt. 1950
141955 National Bituminous Coal Wage Agrmt of 1950 as amended, effective, 1 September 1955
151956 National Bituminous Coal Wage Agrmt. of 1950 as amended, effective, 1 October 1956
16 National Bituminous Coal Wage Agrmt. 1968
17National Bituminous Coal Wage Agrmt 1971
18 National Bituminous Coal Wage Agrmt 1974
19 Coal Haulers' Wage Agrmt. 1978
20 National Coal Mine Construction Agrmt. 1978
21 Coal Haulers' Wage Agrmt. 1981
22National Bituminous Coal Wage Agrmts 1981
23 National Bituminous Coal Wage Agrmts 1981
24 National Coal Mine Construction Agrmt. 1981

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Series XIX: Mine Inspection Reports, 1947-1949

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29612 September 1947﷓15 September 1947
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215 September 1947﷓29 September 1947
31 October 1947﷓10 October 1947
413 October 1947﷓31 October 1947
53 November 1947﷓10 November 1947
612 November 1947﷓28 November 1947
73 December 1947﷓31 December 1947
82 January 1948﷓15 January 1948
916 January 1948﷓30 January 1948
102 February 1948﷓27 February 1948
111 March 1948﷓12 March 1948
1215 March 1948﷓31 March 1948
131 April 1948﷓30 April 1948
143 May 1948﷓13 May 1948
1513 May 1948﷓20 May 1948
1621 May 1948﷓28 May 1948
171 June 1948﷓11 June 1948
1814 June 1948﷓30 June 1948
197 July 1948﷓25 July 1948
202 August 1948﷓18 August 1948
21 19 August 1948﷓26 August 1948
2226 August 1948﷓31 August 1948
231 September 1948﷓13 September 1948
2414 September 1948﷓24 September 1948
2527 September 1948-30 September 1948
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29711 October 1948﷓18 October 1948
218 October 1948﷓29 October 1948
31 November 1948﷓18 November 1948
4December 3, 13, 14, 15, 31, 1948
53 January 1949﷓14 January 1949
618 January 1949﷓25 January 1949
726 January 1949﷓31 January 1949
81 February 1949﷓15 February 1949
916 February 1949﷓28 February 1949
101 March 1949﷓14 March 1949
1115 March 1949﷓29 March 1949
12April 12, 18, 25, 29, 1949
132 May 1949﷓20 May 1949
1420 June 1949
15July 13, 18, 20, 22, 1949
16August 9,24, 26, 1949
1721 December 1949﷓23 December Preliminary Mine Inspection Reports 1949
182 September 1947﷓30 September 1947
191 October 1947﷓31 October 1947
203 November 1947﷓26 November 1947
211 December 1947﷓31 December 1947
225 January 1948﷓30 January 1948
232 February 1948﷓28 February 1948
241 March 1948﷓31 March 1948
2513 April 1948﷓30 April 1948
263 May 1948﷓28 May 1948
271 June 1948﷓25 June 1948
286 July 1948﷓30 July 1948
292 August 1948﷓31 August 1948
308 September 1948﷓10 September 1948
311 September 1948﷓30 September 1948
321 October 1948﷓28 October 1948
331 November 1948﷓30 November 1948
341 December 1948﷓31 December 1948
351 January 1949﷓31 January 1949
361 February 1949﷓25 February 1949
371 March 1949﷓31 March 1949
384 April 1949﷓28 April 1949
392 May 1949﷓31 May 1949
401 June 1949﷓23 June 1949
415 July 1949﷓27 July 1949
421 August 1949﷓31 August 1949
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2981Non﷓union Fatalities, 1967
2Armstrong County Reports, October 1966-December 1967
3Bedford County Reports, December 1966-July 1967
4Cambria County Reports, November 1966-December 1968
5Centre County Reports, November 1966-January 1968
6Clarion County Reports, September 1966-November 1968
7Clearfield County Reports, September 1966-January 1967
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2991Clearfield County Reports, February 1967-December 1967
2Clinton County Reports, August 1966-July 1967
3Elk County Reports, November 1966-September 1968
4Huntingdon County Reports, November 1966-July 1967
5Indiana County Reports, October 1966-December 1968
6Jefferson County Reports, September 1966-October 1967
7Lycoming County Reports, July 1967
8Somerset County Reports, September 1966-May 1967
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3001Somerset County Reports, June 1967-December 1968
2Tioga County Reports, July 1967
3Westmoreland County Reports, November 1966

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Series XX: Minimum Pricing

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3011Minimum Pricing, 1923-1936
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3021Minimum Pricing, 1940
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3031Minimum Pricing, 1940

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Series XXI: Hambler Coal Company and Superior Cherry Run Coal Company Personnel Records, 1940s and Employee Earnings, 1937-1950

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3041Personnel Records, A-C
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3051Personnel Records, C-F
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3061 Personnel Records, G-K
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3071Personnel Records, K-P
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3081Personnel Records, P-S
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3091Personnel Records, S-Z
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3101Hamler Coal Mining Company Employee Earnings, 1937-1950
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3111Superior Cherry Run Coal Company Employee Earnings, 1937-1952

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Series XXII: UMWA International and District #2 Publications

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3121 Annual Report of Vice﷓President Patrick Gilday 1901
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2Annual Address﷓Bernard Rice, President﷓District 2
3 Annual Report of Secretary Richard Gilbert 1902
4 Annual Report of President Gilday 1902
5 Semi﷓Annual Report of Richard Gilbert, Sec'y 1903, September 9
6, Annual Report of President Patrick Gilday 1904, March 22
7, Semi﷓Annual Report of Richard Gilbert, Sec'y 1904, September 9
8, Annual Report of Richard Gilbert, Sec'y 1905, March 14
9, Semi﷓Annual Report of Richard Gilbert, Sec'y 1905, September 14
10, Annual Report of President Patrick Gilday 1906, March
11, Annual Report of Richard Gilbert, Sec'y 1906, March 27
12, Semi﷓Annual Report of Richard Gilbert, Sec'y 1906, September 14
13, March Annual Reports of Richard Gilbert, Sec'y and President Patrick Gilday 1907
14, Semi﷓Annual Report of Richard Gilbert, Sec'y 1907, September 1
15 Semi﷓Annual Report of President Patrick Gilday 1908
16 Annual Report of President Gilday 1909
17, Semi﷓Annual Report of Richard Gilbert, Sec'y 1909, August 30
18, Annual Report of Ricahrd Gilbert, Sec'y 1910, January 31
19, Annual Report of Richard Gilbert, Sec'y 1911, January 31
20 Semi﷓Annual Report of Richard Gilbert, Sec'y 1913
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3131 Annual Report of Richard Gilbert, Sec'y 1913
2, Report of President Gilday 1914, February 24
3 Annual Report of Richard Gilbert, Sec'y 1914
4-5Semi﷓Annual Report of Richard Gilbert, Sec'y (2 files) 1914
6-7 Semi﷓Annual Report of Ricahrd Gilbert, Sec'y (2 files) 1915
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3141Annual Report of Richard Gilbert, Sec'y 1915
2 Semi﷓Annual Report of Richard Gilbert, Sec'y 1916
3 Semi﷓Annual Report of Richard Gilbert, Sec'y 1917
4 Annual Report of Richard Gilbert, Sec'y 1917
5, Report of President John Brophy 1918, February 26
6 Annual Report of Richard Gilbert, Sec'y 1918
7 Semi﷓Annual Report of Richard Gilbert, Sec'y 1918
8 Semi﷓Annual Report of Richard Gilbert, Sec'y 1919
9 Report of Richard Gilbert, Sec'y 1919
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3151 Report of Richard Gilbert, Sec'y 1920
2, Annual Reports of Richard Gilbert, Sec'y 1919, July 1 through 31 August 1920
3, Semi﷓Annual Reports of RIchard Gilbert, Sec'y 1920, September 1 through 28 February 1921
4, Annual Report of Richard Gilbert, Sec'y 1920, September 1 through 31 August 1921
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3161, Report of Richard Gilbert, Sec'y 1921, September 1 through 31 December 1922
2, Semi﷓Annual Report of Richard Gilbert, Sec'y 1921, September 1 through 30 June 1922
3, Report of President John Brophy 1922, March 7
4 Semi﷓Annual Reports of Richard Gilbert, Sec'y 1923
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3171 Annual Report of Richard Gilbert, Sec'y 1923
2, Report of President John Brophy 1924, March 11
3 Annual Report of Richard Gilbert, Sec'y 1924
4 Semi﷓Annual Report of Richard Gilbert, Sec'y 1924
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3181 Semi﷓Annual Report of Richard Gilbert, Sec'y 1925
2 Annual Report of Richard Gilbert, Sec'y 1925
3 Semi﷓Annual Report of Richard Gilbert, Sec'y 1926
4 Annual Report of Richard Gilbert, Sec'y 1926
5, Report of President John Brophy 1927, March 2
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3191 Semi﷓Annual Report of Richard Gilbert, Sec'y 1927
2 Annual Report of Richard Gilbert, Sec'y 1929-1932J
3 Report of Richard Gilbert, Sec'y 1933
4 Report of Richard Gilbert, Sec'y 1934
5 Semi﷓Annual Report of Richard Gilbert, Sec'y 1935
6, Semi﷓Annual Report of Richard Gilbert, Sec'y 1936, January 1 through June 30
7, July 1 through December 31, Semi﷓Annual Report of Richard Gilbert, Sec'y 1936
8 Semi﷓Annual Report of Richard Gilbert, Sec'y 1937
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3201Scale, 27-28 May 1899
2Scale, , Clearfield, PA July 1899
3Scale, Proceedings of Joint Scale Committee 1900
4Scale, 17 March 1900
5Scale, , Altoona, PA 9 March 1901
6Scale, 1 April 1901
7Scale, 27 March 1902
8Scale, 1 April 1902
9Scale, April 1903-March 1904
10Scale, April 1903
11Scale, 2 April 1903
12Scale, , Clearfield, PA 25 April 1903
13Scale, , Ralston, PA 1 July 1903
14Scale, 29 August 1903
15Scale,, Snow Shoe, PA 8 December 1903
16Scale, , Johnstown & Clearfield, PA 31 March 1904
17Scale, , Allegheny Valley, PA March 1904-April 1904
18Scale, 1 April 1904
19Scale, , Allegheny Valley, PA 1 April 1904
20Scale, , Clearfield, PA 2 April 1904
21Scale, , Altoona, PA 2 April 1904
22Scale, , Cameron, PA 21 June 1904
23Scale, , Penn Coal Company 25 August 1904
24Scale, 26 August 1904
25Scale, Revised Altoona Scale 1904
26Scale, , Northwestern Mining Exchange April 1905
27Scale, , Shawmut Coal Co. 1 April 1905
28Scale, , Allegheny Valley, PA 1 April 1905
29Scale, 1 April 1905
30Scale, , Altoona, PA 4 April 1905
31Scale, , Louis Miller June 1905-1906
32Scale, , Equity Coal and Coke 30 March 1906
33Scale, , Clearfield Steel & Iron Co. 31 March 1906
34Scale, 1 April 1906
35Scale, 5 April 1906, 28 April , Clearfield, Harrisburg & Wage Scale of District 19 1906
36Scale, , Clearfield, PA 12 April 1906
37Scale, , Forms﷓Subsidiary Section 12 April 1906
38Scale, , Clearfield, PA 28 April 1906
39Scale, 28 April 1906
40Scale, , B & S Coal Co. 28 April 1906
41Scale, , B & S Scale, DuBois, PA 22 June 1906
42Scale, 13 July 1906
43Scale, , Irvona Coal & Coke Co. 6 August 1906
43aUMWA Agrmt. with Coal Operators' Assn. of Wyoming, 1907
43bUMWA Agrmt. with Coal Operators' Assn. of Montana and District #22
43cJoint Agrmt. between Coal Operators' Assn. and District #19, 1907
44Scale,, Original 1 April 1907
45Scale, , Arnot, PA 12 April 1907
46Scale, Committee Report 1907
47Scale, , Morris Run, PA 1908
48Scale, Morris Run, PA 1908-1909
49Scale, , Toledo, Ohio 17 April 1908-1910
50Scale, , Scale Committee Meeting, Altoona, PA 9 November 1908
51Scale, , Agreement between Local #1370 & Morris Run Mines 18 November 1908
52Scale, Letter from Local #95 regarding scale 1909
53Scale, , May Frick Mine 5 January 1909
54Scale, 27 March 1909
55Scale, , B & O Scale 31 March 1909
56Scale, , Broad Top, PA 17 May 1909
57Scale, , Oceain Mines #2, 3, 4 22 May 1909
58Scale, 22 May 1909
59Scale, Modification of Agrmt. for District 2 12 July 1909,
60Scale, , Local Unions 4 October 1909
61Scale, , Beaverdale, PA 17 November 1909
62Scale, , Modification of Contract 1909
63Scale, 1909-1910
64Scale, , Argyle #1 & 2, South Fork, PA 31 March 1910
65Scale, 23 April 1910
66Scale, , Altoona, PA 23 April 1910
67Scale, , Altoona, PA 1910
68Toledo and Terre Haute Agrmt. District 11 & Indiana Bituminous Coal Operators Assn., 1910
69Scale, , Independent 1910-1912
70Scale, , Kaylor Wage 1910-1912
71Des Moines Agrmt. District 13 and Iowa Coal Operators' Assn, 1910-1912
72Scale, , Violation of Agrmt., Clearfield, PA 15 February 1912
73Scale, April 1910 through 31 March 1912
74Scale, 20 April 1912
75Scale, , Allegheny Valley, District 6 in Ohio, District 14 in Missouri, Kansas, Arkansas and District 12 in Illinois 1912-1914
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3211Scale, , Proposed Scale 2 March 1914
2Scale, 1914 August
3Scale, 4 November 1914 (?), Charles Shultz & UMWA
4Scale, Resolutions 1914
5Scale, , Agrmt. between James McIntyre & Co. and Local #3072 3 January 1916
6Scale, , DuBois, PA March 1916
7Scale, , DuBois, PA April 1916
8Scale, Supplement 15 April 1916 and May 1917
9Scale, , Proposition presented at Philadelphia April 1916
10Scale, 20 April 1916
11Scale, , Schedule of Agrmt. between Blossburg Coal Co. & District 2 7 June 1916
12Scale, , Memorandum of Agrmt 18 August 1916
13Scale, , Amended Scale Agrmt 21 June 1917
14Scale,, Broad Top Scale Agrmt. 4 December 1917
15Scale, between Independent Coal Operators of District #2 and District #2 1917
16Scale, , Indiana, PA 23 August 1918
17Scale, 10 October 1919
18Scale, 18 October 1919
19Scale, , Leet Coal Co. 18 October 1919
20Scale, , Agrmt. between Assn. of Bituminous Coal Operators of Central PA & District 2 26 April 1920
21Scale, Agrmts between Assn. Bituminous Coal Operators of Central PA & District 2 1920-1923
22Scale, , A. G. & S. Mines 21 November 1921
23-24 Scale, , Sub﷓Scale Committee Report (2 files) 14 August 1922
25-26Scale, , Supplemental Scale Agrmt. (2 files) 22 August 1922
27Scale, , Proposed Scale, Sykesville, PA 2 September 1923
28Scale, 1 April, 23 April , Propositions #1 & #3 Agrmt., Kramer Mine 1923
29Scale, , Resolutions on Scale 11 March 1924
30Scale, Local #2098 and Howell & Sill 1924
31Scale, 3 May 1927, Proposed changes to Agrmt. of 21 October 1919
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3221Scale, , Agrmt. between Coal Operators of Ohio and District 6 1928
2Scale, , Agrmt. and Supplement 16 November 1928
3Scale, , Proposed Agrmt. Miners & Operators of Indiana 1930
4Scale, , Supplement for District 2 1930
5Scale, , Agrmt. between W. H. Piper & Co. and District 2 1932
6Scale, , Appalachian Agrmt. 7 April 1934
7Scale, , Misc. Agrmts. 1934-1935
8Scale, Appalachian Agrmt. 1 October 1935,
9Scale, , Bethlehem Mine Corp., Mine No. 9 1 October 1935 through 31 March 1937
10Scale, , Independent Agrmt. for District 2 1 April 1939 through 31 March 1943
11Scale, , Report of Committee 20 September 1944
12Scale, , Minutes of Special Scale Convention, District 2 1934 February, 1936 October, 1939 February, 1945 February
13Arnot Scale, n.d.
14Eriton Scale, n.d.
15Agreements, n.d.
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323 Salaries and Expenses of Officers and Organizers for District 21 July 16, 1910-January 15, 1911
2 May 1923
3 June 1923
4 July 1923
5 August 1923
6 September 1923
7 October 1923
8 November 1923
9 December 1923
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3241Salaries and Expenses of Officers and Organizers for District 2, January-September 1924
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3251Salaries and Expenses of Officers and Organizers for District 2, October-December 1924 and January-September 1925
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3261Salaries and Expenses of Officers and Organizers for District 2, July﷓October 1925, December 1925, January﷓June 1926, August﷓October 1926, December 1926 and January﷓March 1927
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3271 Minutes of District Convention (See Box 144﷓File 25 and Box146-File 50) 1886
2 Proceedings of 11th Annual Convention 1900
3 Proceedings of 12th Annual Convention 1901
4 Proceedings of 13th Annual Convention 1902
5 Proceedings of 14th Annual Convention 1903
6 Convention Calls 1900, 1903, 1904
7 Proceedings of Semi﷓Annual Convention, Sub﷓District #5, District 2 1903
8 Proceedings of 15th Annual Convention 1904
9 Proceedings of 16th Annual Convention 1905
10 Proceedings of 17th Annual Convention 1906
11 Minutes of Special Convention, July 17﷓18th 1906
12 Minutes of 19th Annual Convention 1908
13 Minutes of Special Convention, September 29﷓October 7th 1908
14 Minutes of 20th Annual Convention 1909
15 Proceedings of 20th Annual Convention 1909
16 Minutes of Special Convention, August 6﷓7th 1909
17 Call for Convention 1909
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3281 Minutes of 21st Annual Convention, vols. 1 &2 1910
2 Addresses to 22nd Annual Convention 1911
3 Minutes of the 22nd Annual Convention, vols. 1 & 2 1911
4 Minutes of the 23rd Annual Convention, vols. 1 & 2 1912
5 Minutes of the 24th Annual and 1st Biennial Convention, vols.1 & 2 1914
6 Minutes of the 25th Annual and 2nd Biennial Convention, vol. 2 1915
7 Minutes of the 27th Annual and 4th Biennial Convention 1919
8Memorandum found in the Proceedings of the 27th Consecutive/4th Biennial Convention, District #2, Johnstown, PA, between pages 48 and 49. Possibly written by James Mark. Concerns scale rates, etc October 21, 1919
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3291 Minutes of Special Convention 1923
2Minutes of 29th Annual and 6th Biennial Convention, vol. 2 1924
3 Minutes of 30th Consecutive and 7th Biennial Convention, vols. 1 & 2 1927
4 Address of Philip Murray, Vice﷓President 1927
5 Minutes of Special Convention 1941
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3301 Minutes of 12th Annual Convention 1901
2 Official Tally for 12th Annual Convention 1901
3 Minutes of 14th Annual Convention 1903
4 Minutes of the 15th Annual Convention 1904
5 Minutes of the 16th Annual Convention 1905
6 Minutes of the Special Convention, March 15﷓30th 1906
7 Minutes of the 18th Annual Convention 1907
8 Proceedings of the 19th Annual Convention 1908
9 Proceedings of the Reconvened 19th Annual Convention 1908
10 Proceedings of the 20th Annual Convention, vol. 2 1909
11 Proceedings of the 20th Annual Convention, morning and afternoon sessions 1909
12 T. L. Lewis Report 1909
13 W. D. Ryan Report 1909
14 J. P. White Report 1909
15 Tally Roll Call 1909
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3311 Proceedings of the 21st Annual Convention, vols. 1 & 2 1910
2 Tally Sheet for 21st Annual Convention 1910
3 Proceedings of the 22nd Annual Convention, vols. 1 & 2 1911
4 Proceedings of the 23rd Annual Convention, vols. 1 & 2 1912
5 Reports of Teller's, Edwin Perry, Frank Hays and John P. White at 24th Annual Convention 1913
6 Proceedings of 27th Consecutive & 4th Biennial Convention, vol. 2 1919
7 Proceedings of 27th Consecutive & 4th Biennial Convention﷓reconvened 1920
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3321 Proceedings of 28th Consecutive & 5th Biennial Convention, vols. 1﷓3 1921
2 Proceedings of Reconvened 28th Consecutive & 5th Biennial Convention 1922
3 Proceedings of 29th Consecutive & 6th Biennial Convention, vols. 1 & 3 1924
4 Proceedings of 30th Consecutive Convention, vols. 1 & 2 1927
5 Proceedings of 31st Consecutive Convention, vol. 2 1930
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3331 Proceedings of 32nd Consecutive Convention, vols. 1 & 2 1932
2 Proceedings of 33rd Consecutive Convention, vol. 1 1934
3 Proceedings of 34th Consecutive Convention, vols. 1﷓4 1936
4 Proceedings of 35th Consecutive Convention, vols. 1 & 2 1938
51940 Proceedings of 36th Consecutive Convention﷓Golden Anniversary, , vols. 1 & 2 1890-1940
6 Proceedings of 37th Consecutive Convention, vols. 1 &2 1942
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3341 Proceedings of the 39th Consecutive Convention, vols. 1 & 2 1946
2 Proceedings of the 41st Consecutive Convention, vol. 2 1952
3 Proceedings of 42nd Consecutive Convention, vols. 1 & 2 1956
4 Daily Proceedings of 32nd Consecutive Convention 1932
5 Daily Proceedings of 33th Consecutive Convention 1934
6 Daily Proceedings of 34th Consecutive Convention 1936
7 Daily Proceedings of 35th Consecutive Convention 1938
8 Daily Proceedings of 36th Consecutive Convention 1940
9 Daily Proceedings of 37th Consecutive Convention 1942
10 Daily Proceedings of 38th Consecutive Convention 1944
11 Daily Proceedings of 39th Consecutive Convention 1946
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3351, 28th Consecutive & 5th Biennial Convention 1920, September 20
2, January, 33rd Consecutive Convention 1934
3, January, 34th Consecutive Convention 1936
4, January, 35th Consecutive Convention 1938
5, January, 36th Consecutive Convention 1940
6, October, 37th Consecutive Convention 1942
7, 38th Consecutive Convention 1944
8, 39th Consecutive Convention 1946
9, 46th Consecutive Convention 1973
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3361, Partial Report of Committee on Credentials 1934, January 23
2, Final & Complete Report of Committee on Credentials 1936, February
3, Partial Report of Committee on Credentials 1940, January
4, September-October, Partial & Final Reports of Committee on Credentials 1942
5, Final Report of Committee on Credentials 1944, September
6, October, Partial & Final Reports of Committee on Credentials 1946
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3371 Minutes of International Executive Board, July 15﷓24th 1910
2 Annual Report of Internat'l Officers 1912
3 Proceedings of Internat'l Oficers 1918
4 Annual Report of William Green, Internat'l Sec'y﷓Treasurer 1918
5 Report of Internat'l Tellers 1929
6 Joint Report of Internat'l Officers 1934
7 Joint Report of Internat'l Officers 1938
8 January-December, Auditor's Semi﷓Annual Report 1939
9 Joint Report of Internat'l Officers 1940
10Joint Report of Internat'l Officers 1944
11Joint Report of Internat'l Officers 1946
12 Joint Report of Internat'l Officers 1956
13 Joint Report of Internat'l Officers 1964
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338 Thomas Kennedy-Internat'l Secretary-Treasurer's Reports1-4 (4 files) December 1, 1926-June 1, 1929
5 December 1, 1929-June 1, 1930
6 December 1, 1931-June 1, 1932
7-21 (15 files) June 1, 1933-December 1, 1940
22 January 1, 1944-July 1, 1944
23Local #1370- November 1931-November 1933
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3391 Proceedings of 17th Annual Convention 1906
2 Proceedings of Special Convention 1908
3 Treasurer's Reports: Special Pittsburgh Convention 1908
4 Proceedings of 20th Annual Convention 1909
5 Proceedings of Special Convention 1909
6Report of Vice﷓President Van Bittner to 22nd Annual Convention 1911
7 Proceedings of 23rd Annual Convention 1912
8 Report of President Van Bittner to 24th Annual Convention 1913
9 Proceedings of 30th Consecutive and 5th Biennial Convention 1924
10 Teller's Report 1936
11 Semi﷓Annual Report 1944, October 1-April 1, 1945
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3401District 1- Proceedings of 5th Quadrennial Convention 1961
2District 6- Proceedings of 21st Annual Convention 1910
3District 6- Proceedings of 23rd Annual Convention 1912
4District 6- Proceedings of 24th Annual Convention 1913
5District 6- Proceedings of 31st Annual Convention 1920
6District 10- Proceedings of 12th Consecutive & 3rd Biennial Convention 1918
7District 11- Proceedings of 19th Annual Convention 1908
8District 11- Proceedings of 21st Annual Convention 1910
9District 11- Proceedings of 23rd Annual Convention 1912
10District 12- Frank J. Hays, Secretary﷓Treasurer's Report 1908
11District 12- Proceedings of 20th Annual Convention 1909
12District 12- Proceedings of 21st Annual Convention 1910
13District 12- Proceedings of Reconvened 21st Annual Convention 1910
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3411District 12- Proceedings of the 22nd Annual Convention 1911
2District 12- Proceedings of the 23rd Annual Convention, vols. 1 & 2 1912
3District 12- Minutes of the 23rd Annual Convention 1912
4District 12- Proceedings of the 29th Consecutive & 4th Biennial Convention 1921
5 Proceedings of 3rd Biennial Convention, Sub﷓District 9 of District 12 1921
6District 13- Report of John P. White, President 1910
6aDistrict 13- Auditor's Report 1910
7District 13- Secretary-Treasurer's Report to 16th Successive and 1st Biennial Convention 1914
8District 13- Secretary﷓Treasurer's Report to 17th Successive & 2nd Biennial Convention 1916
9District 13- Resolution adopted by District 13 in Apri District 18 1930
10District 18 - Convention Report-9th Annual 1912
11District 18 - Convention Report﷓12th Annual 1915
12District 19- Proceedings of 14th Annual Convention 1903
13District 19- Proceedings of 18th Annual Convention 1905
14District 19- Proceedings of 20th Annual Convention 1907
15District 20- Proceedings of 7th Annual Convention 1904
16District 20- Annual Report of J. L. Clemo 1909
17District 21- Proceedings of 8th Annual Convention 1906
18District 25- Minutes of 6th District Convention 1908
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3421 Interstate Convention﷓4th Annual Joint Conference of Coal Miners and Operators of Illinois, Indiana, Ohio and Pennsylvania 1901
2 Interstate Convention﷓7th Annual Joint Conference of Western PA, Ohio, Indiana and Illinois 1904
3 Interstate Convention of Western PA, Ohio, Indiana and Illinois 1906
4 Proceedings of Joint Conference of Coal Operators and Coal Miners of Western PA, Ohio and Indiana 1910
5 Proceedings of Joint Conference of Coal Operators and Coal Miners of Western PA, Ohio, Indiana and Illinois 1924
6 Joint Conference of Scale Committee, District 25 UMWA and Southwest Interstate Coal Operators' Assn 1903
7 Joint Conference of Coal Miners and Operators of District 19 1904
8 Proceedings of Special Convention for Districts 1, 7, 9 1906
9 Joint Conference of Coal Miners and Operators of District 19 1907
10 Interstate Convention Proceedings for Districts 14, 21, 25 1908
11 Proceedings of Joint Convention for District 11 and the Indiana Bituminous Coal Operators' Assn. 1912
12 Proceedings of Special Convention for District 19 1943
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3431Local #473 By﷓laws, 1934
2Local #498 By﷓laws, 1951
3Local #2098 Constitution and By﷓laws, n.d.
4Local #7569 Glasgow, PA By﷓laws, n.d.
5Local #8502 Wilmore, PA By﷓laws, 1950
6District 1 Constitution, 1934
7District 2, Sub﷓district 2 Constitution and By﷓laws, 1905
8District 2, Sub﷓district 3 Constitution and By﷓laws, 1904
9District 2, Sub﷓district 3 Constitution, By﷓laws and Rules, n.d.
10District 2, Sub﷓district 5 Constitution and By﷓laws, 1903
11District 2, Sub﷓district 5 Constitution, By﷓laws and Rules, n.d.
12District 2, Sub﷓district 7 Constitution and By﷓laws, 1905
13P District 2 Constitution and By﷓laws, 1901
14District 2 Constitution and By﷓laws, 1903
14aUstawy I Prawa Dystryktu Num. 2, Zlonczonych Górn ków Ameryka´nskich., 1903
15District 2 Constitution and By﷓laws, 1908
16District 2 Constitution and By﷓laws, 1909
17District 2 Constitution and By﷓laws, 1911
18District 2 Constitution and By﷓laws, 1912
19District 2 Constitution, 1922
20District 2 Constitution, 1974
21District 2 Constitution, 1980
21aDistrict 11 Constitution, 1911
22District 12 Constitution, 1912
23District 13 Constitution and Internat'l Constitution, 1910-1911
24District 21 Constitution, 1903
25District 22 Constitution, 1907
26District 24 Constitution, 1899; Revision and Constitution of International Union 1908
27District 25 Constitution and Preamble, 1908
28UMWA Constitution and Laws, Revision (English and Slavonic) 1899
29UMWA Constitution and Laws, Revision 1901
29aUMWA Constitution and Laws, Revision 1902
30UMWA Constitution and Laws, (English and Polish) 1900
31UMWA Manual of Common Procedure for Local Unions (in five languages), n.d.
32National Constitution and Laws, 1901
33National Constitution, 1901
34National Constitution, 1904
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3441UMWA International Constitution, 1908
2UMWA International Constitution, 1912
3UMWA International Constitution, 1924
4UMWA International Constitution, 1934
5UMWA International Constitution, 1940
6UMWA International Constitution, 1944
7UMWA International Constitution, 1948
8UMWA International Constitution, 1960
9UMWA International Constitution, 1973
10UMWA International Constitution, 1979
11American Federation of Labor, Constitution, 1904
12Ancient Order of Foresters﷓Court Lone Star No. 6,931 By﷓laws, 1893
13Hastings, Spangler & Barnesboro Checkweigh Assn. Rules & By﷓laws, 1896
14Internat'l Assn. of Car Workers, Constitution, 1902
15Internat'l Assn. of Car Workers, Pamphlet B.
16Internat'l Brotherhood of Teamsters, Chauffers, Stablemen & Helpers of America, Constitution and By﷓laws, 1930
17Internat'l Union of Steam Engineers, Constitutions 1901, 1902, 1904
18National Union of Shipwrights, Joiners and Caulkers of America, Constitution, 1902
19PA Federation of Labor, Constitutions and Rules of Order, 1904
20Retail Clerks Internat'l Protective Assn. Constitution and By﷓laws
21South Brady Street Private Water Company of Sandy Twp., By﷓laws and Regulations
22Alap Törvenyek és Szabalyok az Egyesült Banya Munkasok 2ik Keruletében, 1911
23Boot and Shoe Workers' Union
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3451Certificate issued to William Walker
2Conference of Representatives of National & International Unions on Provisions of Taft﷓Hartley Act, 1947
3Daily Proceedings, 14 October 1947
4Directory of Affiliates and Constitution, 1947
5Instructions to Organizers, 1900
6Lists of Organizations, July 1901 and October 1901
7Proceedings of 5th Day of a Convention, 1947
8Report of Delegates to 32nd Annual Convention, 1912
9Report of Proceedings to 65th Annual Convention, 1946
10Report of President Gompers and Secretary Morrison's Report﷓30th Annual Convention, 1910
11Monthly Survey of Business, November 1934
12Monthly Survey of Business, 1935
13Monthly Survey of Business, 1936
14Monthly Survey of Business, 1937
15Monthly Survey of Business, 1938
16Monthly Survey of Business, 1939
17Monthly Survey of Business, 1940
18Labor's Monthly Survey, 1941
19Labor's Monthly Survey, 1942
20Labor's Monthly Survey, 1943
21Labor's Monthly Survey, 1944
22Labor's Monthly Survey, 1945
23Labor's Monthly Survey, 1946
24Labor's Monthly Survey, 1947
25Labor's Monthly Survey, 1948
26Labor's Monthly Survey, 1950
27Report from E. E. Greenawalt as President, 1910
28Samuel Gompers, Statements, 1912
29St. Lawrence Seaway Project by Matthew Woll
30American Federationist, April 1946
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3461Industrial Relations, submitted by Industrial Commission to the Senate, 1916, volumes 1﷓7 and 9﷓12
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347 U. S. Coal Commission: Studies, Reports, Proceedings and Conclusions1September 8, 1923 for use not before September 10, 1923,
2September 12, 1923 for use not before September 12, 1923
3September 14, 1923 for use not before September 14, 1923
4September 15, 1923 for use not before September 17, 1923
5September 18, 1923 for use not before September 18, 1923
6September 20, 1923 for use not before September 21, 1923
7September 20, 1923 for use not before September 21, 1923
7September 21, 1923 for use not before September 22, 1923
8September 22, 1923 for use not before September 24, 1923
9September 22, 1923 for use not before October 3, 1923
10September 22, 1923 for use not before October 11, 1923
11September 22, 1923 for use not before October 17, 1923
12September 22, 1923 for use not before October 22, 1923
13September 22, 1923 for use not before October 31, 1923
14September 22, 1923 for use not before November 16, 1923
15September 22, 1923 for use not before November 26, 1923
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348 U. S. Coal Commission: Studies, Reports, Proceedings, Conclusions and Basic Rates & Changes in Rates Chart1 July 5, 1923
2 July 30, 1923
3Chart on Basic Rates & Changes in Rates in Bituminous Industry
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3491Statement to the U. S. Coal Commission on Anthracite Accounting and Finance, 1923
2Statements of UMWA Policy Committee to U. S. Coal Commission, 1923
3Statements of UMWA to U. S. Coal Commission, 1922-1923
4Statement of John L. Lewis before U. S. Senate Committee on Interstate Commerce, 1928
5Statement of John L. Lewis before Senate Sub﷓Committee on Interstate Commerce, 1928
6Statement of John L. Lewis before Senate Committee on Labor and Public Welfare, 1949
7Statement of John L. Lewis, "Return American Business and Labor to the Bargaining Table," 1953
8PStatement of John L. Lewis to U. S. Senate Committee on Banking and Currency, 1953
9Statement of John L. Lewis "Who are Americans Today," 1953
10Statements of John L. Lewis "UMWA Opposes Anti-Labor Bills," 1959
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350 U. S. Senate﷓Hearings before the Committee on Interstate Commerce on Senate Resolution #105﷓a resolution to investigate conditions in the Coal Fields of PA, W. Va., Ohio, 1928 1Vols. 1 & 2
2Parts 3, 4, 5, 6
3Report of the Sub﷓Committee on Interstate Finance, S. Resolution #105
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3511H. R. 11022 A Bill to establish a commission to inquire into labor conditions in the coal industry, 1922 H. R. 11022 Hearings before Committee on Labor, H. of Representatives, part 2, 67th Congress, 1922 S. 1958, 74th Congress, 1935; An Act S. Res. 266, 74th Congress, Hearings before a Sub﷓Committee of the Committee on Education and Labor, U. S. Senate, parts 1﷓4, 9﷓10, 12, 19, Report H. R. 8479 Extract from Hearings, 74th Congress, 1935 H. R. 4985, 75th Congress, An Act National Labor Relations Act, 1939﷓76th Congress Hearings﷓Special Sub﷓Committee on Coal Research, 85th Congress,1957
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3521Italian, Slavic and Hungarian Immigrants, 1907
2Coal Mining Accidents: The Causes and Prevention of, 1907
3A Primer on Explosives for Coal Miners, 1909
4Coal Dust Explosions, 1911
5The Use and Care of Mine Rescue Breathing Apparatus, 1911
6Training with Mine﷓Rescue Breathing Apparatus, 1912
7Electrical Symbols for Mine Maps, 1912
8The Behavior of Nitroglycerin when heating, 1912
9Accidents from Mining Cars and Locomotives, 1912
10Gas Analysis as an Aid in Fighting Mining Fires, 1912
11Safety in Tunneling, 1913
12The Action of Acid Mine Water on the Insulation of Electrical Conductors, 1913
13Notes on the Prevention of Dust and Gas Explosions in Coal Mines, 1913
14The Inflammable Gases in Mine Air, 1913
15Mine Accident Prevention, 1913
16Mine Signboards, 1913
17Drilling of Gas and Oil Wells, 1913
18Coal Mine Fatalities in the U. S., 1913-1914
19Study of Oxidation of Coal, 1914
20Houses for Mining Towns, 1914
21Monthly Statement of Coal Mine Fatalities in the U. S., 1914
22The Use and Misuse of Explosives in Coal Mining, 1914
23First Aid Instruction for Miners, 1914
24Miners' Wash and Change Houses, 1915
25Shot Firing in Coal Mines by Electricity controlled from outside, 1915
26Production of Explosives, 1915
27Permissible Explosives, 1915
28Organizing and Conducting Safety Work in Mines, 1917
29Prices of Coal, 1913-1918
30Coal in 1916
31Coal in , Part A-Production 1917
32Coal in , Part B-Distribution and Consumption 1917
33Coal in , Part A-Production 1918
34Coal in , Part B-Distribution and Consumption 1918
35Coal in 1919, 1920, & 1921
36Coal in 1924
37Coal in 1925
38Coal in 1927
39Coal in 1928
40Coal in 1955
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3531Federal Mine Safety Code for Bituminous Coal & Lignite Mines of the United States, 1946
2Federal Mine Safety Code for Bituminous Coal & Lignite Mines, Part I﷓Underground Mines, 1953
3Report on the Establishment of Minimum Prices & Marketing Rules & Regulations including Findings & Conclusions, 1940
4Minerals Yearbook, 1943
5WPA & National Research Project on Re﷓employment Opportunities & Recent Changes in Industrial Techniques, 1939
6Primary Summary of Producing, Administrative & Selling Costs for 1938
7Primary Summary of Producing, Administrative & Selling Costs for 1939
8Primary Summary of Producing, Administrative & Selling Costs for 1940
9A Medical Survey of the Bituminous Coal Industry, 1947
10Federal Mine Safety Code, 1946
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3541Bulletin of the Dept. of Labor, No. 2, January 1896
2Bulletin of the Dept. of Labor, No. 3, March 1896
3Bulletin of the Dept. of Labor, No. 7, November 1896
4Bulletin of the Dept. of Labor, No. 9, March 1897
5Bulletin of the Dept. of Labor, No. 11, July 1897
6Bulletin of the Dept. of Labor, No. 13, November 1897
7Bulletin of the Dept. of Labor, No. 14, January 1898
8Bulletin of the Dept. of Labor, No. 16, May 1898
9Bulletin of the Dept. of Labor, No. 19, November 1898
10First Annual Report of the Sec'y of Labor, 1913
11Bulletin of the Pennsylvania Dept. of Labor & Industry, June 1915
12Eastern Coal Rates Investigation, January 15, 1927
13U. S. Labor Goes to War-Labor Division, War Production Board
14State Workmen's Compensation Laws as of September 1950
15 Current Wage Developments- July 1, 1961 to December 1, 1961
16Technological Change & Productivity in the Bituminous Coal Industry, 1920-1960
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3551Workmen's Compensation Laws of the United States & Foreign Countries, 23 December 1913
2Union Scale of Wages & Hours of Labor, 1916
3 Retail Prices, 1907-December 1915
4Wholesale Prices, 1890-1915
5Profit Sharing in the United States, December 1916
6Wages and Hours of Labor in the Boot & Shoe Industry, 1907-1916
7Operation of the Industrial Disputes Investigation Act of Canada, July 1918
8Decisions of Courts Affecting Labor, 1917
9Wages & Hours of Labor in the Slaughtering & Meat Packing Industry, 1917
10Labor Legislation of 1918
11Decisions of Courts & Opinions Affecting Labor, 1918
12Union Scale of Wages & Hours of Labor, May 15, 1918
13Wages & Hours of Labor in Woolen & Worsted Goods Manufacturing, 1918
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3561Wages & Hours of Labor in the Boot & Shoe Industry, 1907-1918
2Wages & Hours of Labor in Cotton Goods Manufacturing & Fishing, 1918
3Industrial Survey in Selected Industries in the United States, 1919
4Wholesale Prices, 1890-1919
5Labor Legislation of 1919
6Retail Prices, 1913-December 1919
7Wages & Hours of Labor in the Boot & Shoe Industry, 1907-1920
8Union Scale of Wages & Hours of Labor, May 15, 1920
9Decisions of Courts & Opinions Affecting Labor, 1919-1920
10Wages & Hours of Labor in the Petroleum Industry, 1920
11Wages & Hours of Labor in the Iron & Steel Industry, 1907-1920
12Wages of Candy Makers in Philadelphia, 1919
13Home Work in Bridgeport, Connecticut, December 1919
14Hours & Conditions of Work for Women in Industry in Virginia, March 1920
15The New Position of Women in American Industry, 1920
16Industrial Opportunities & Training for Women & Girls, 1920
17A Physiological Basis for the Shorter Working Day for Women, February 1921
18Some Effects of Legislation Limiting Hours of Work for Women, 1921
19Women's Wages in Kansas, 1921
20Women in Georgia Industries﷓A Study of Hours, Wages, and Working Conditions, 1922
21The Family Status of Breadwinning Women, 1922
22Women in Maryland Industries, A Study of Hours & Working Conditions, 1922
23The Occupational Progress of Women, n.d.
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3571National Coal Assn. Wage Agreements, Division 1, Bituminous Coal Industry, April 1934
2National Relations Board: The Effect of Labor Relations in the Bituminous Coal Industry upon Interstate Commerce, 1938
3Rules & Regulations & Statements of Procedures of National Relations Board
4Nat'l Recovery Administration Division of Review: Economic Survey of the Bituminous Coal Industry under Free Competition & Code Regulation, 1936
5Supreme Court, , Brief of UMWA October 1935
6Supreme Court, , Briefs of UMWA & John L. Lewis October 1946
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3581Department of Labor & Industry﷓PA Labor Relations Act, 1937
2Dept. of Labor & Industry﷓PA Unemployment Compensation Law, 1940
3Dept. of Labor & Industry﷓PA Labor & Industry Review, 1942
4General Assembly-PA, Acts
5Greater PA Council Freight Rates on Bituminous Coal: PA and Other Appalachian Fields, 1933
6History of PA Bituminous Coal, 1955 & 1962
7Labor Relations Board﷓Rules & Regulations, 1 May 1957
8Laws Governing the Factory Inspector's Dept., 1897
9Bituminous Mining Law (Proposed) 1907
10Bituminous Mining Laws, 1907, 1910, 1911, 1937, 1940
11Bituminous Mining Laws for Underground Mines, 1961
12Bituminous Mining Laws of PA for Strip Mining, 1962
13Legislative Directory-PA, 1911
14Legislative Acts-PA, 1923
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359 PA Documents﷓Department of Mines, Statistical & Annual Reports1 1928
2 1930
3 (2 parts) 1932
4 1934
5 1935
6 1936
7 1937
8 1938
9 1939
10 1940
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360 PA Documents﷓Safety Sentinel, PA Dept. of Mines1November-December 1951
2March-June 1953
3July-December 1953
4January-June 1954
5July-December 1954
6January-June 1955
7 July-October, December 1955
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361 PA Documents﷓Safety Sentinel, PA Dept. of Mines1January-June 1956
2July-December 1956
3January-June 1957
4July-December 1957
5February-June 1958
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