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Amalgamated Clothing and Textile Workers Union Midwest records

Correspondence, legal files, topical files (especially 1968-1974 from Tom Herriman's office), pamphlets, and four scrapbooks of the Chicago and Central States Joint Board, as well as correspondence and minutes from various locals of the Amalgamated Clothing and Textile Workers Union, AFL-CIO, including: Local 6 minute and cash books (in Czech), 1919-1940; Local 39 minute books, 1922-1927 and 1939-1949; Local 61

Thyra Edwards papers

Correspondence, articles, scrapbook with photographs, and other papers of Thyra Edwards, a social worker at the Abraham Lincoln Centre in Chicago, Ill. Included are Edwards' observations on workers' education and social conditions in Europe and her feelings as an African American when traveling there; material relating to her work on behalf of the Loyalists during the Spanish Civil War, the

United Steelworkers of America, Local 2374 (Chicago, Ill.) records

Grievances, memoranda, membership materials, correspondence, agreement booklets, pension and insurance plan booklets, newsletters, a ledger, and other records of the United Steelworkers of America, Local 2374 in Chicago (Ill.). Local 2374 was the union for Continental Can Company's Clearing Plant located at 5401 West 65th Street on Chicago's Southwest Side in the Clearing community area. Materials relate to company-worker relations,