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Frank W. McCulloch papers

Correspondence, notes, articles, reports, minutes, newsletters, and other papers of Frank W. McCulloch about his activities in Chicago on behalf of unemployment relief in the 1930s and labor education in the 1940s. Except for a few miscellaneous items, the collection does not extend beyond late 1948, when McCulloch accepted a staff appointment with Senator-elect Paul Douglas (Democrat; Illinois). Large portions

George A. Patterson papers

Correspondence, meeting minutes, grievance reports, membership lists, company-union material, agreements, newsclippings, pamphlets, and other papers regarding George A. Patterson's role as a leader in the unionization of steel workers in the Chicago area in the 1930s, and later organizing activities and service to steel workers' unions in Illinois and Wisconsin as a staff member of United Steelworkers of America (USWA),

United Steelworkers of America, District 31 records

Correspondence, reports, minutes, contracts, grievances, arbitrations, appeals to the international union, dues reports, political campaign materials, newsletters, newsclippings, publications, and other records related to the operations of the United Steelworkers of America, District 31, serving northern Illinois and Indiana, and to the activities and policies of USWA's international office in Pittsburgh (Pa.). Topics include the Steelworkers Organizing Committee, local unions

United Steelworkers of America, Local 1033 records

Meeting minute books, attendance ledgers, correspondence, memoranda, press releases, grievances, pamphlets, and other administrative records of the United Steelworkers of America, Local 1033. Topics include political and union elections, union policies, safety issues, and relations with Republic Steel Corporation and its successors. Local 1033, with an office at 11731 South Avenue O on the far Southeast Side, represented workers at