Inventory of the Shipwrights, Joiners and Boat Builders Local 1149 Records, 1869-1985

Processed by Dennis Scott; machine-readable finding aid created by James Lake
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San Francisco State University
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Inventory of the Shipwrights, Joiners and Boat Builders Local 1149 Records, 1869-1985

Accession number: 1991/077

Labor Archives & Research Center



San Francisco State University

San Francisco, California

Contact Information:

  • Labor Archives & Research Center
  • San Francisco State University
  • 480 Winston Drive
  • San Francisco, California 94132
  • Phone: (415) 564-4010
  • Fax: (415) 564-3606
  • Email: larc@sfsu.edu
  • URL: http://www.library.sfsu.edu/special/larc.html
Processed by:
Dennis Scott
Date Completed:
November 1991
Encoded by:
James Lake
© 1999 San Francisco State University. All rights reserved.

Descriptive Summary

Title: Shipwrights, Joiners and Boat Builders Local 1149 Records,
Date (inclusive): 1869-1985
Accession number: 1991/077
Creator: Shipwrights, Joiners and Boat Builders Local 1149
Extent: 7 cubic feet
Repository: San Francisco State University. Labor Archives & Research Center
San Francisco, California 94132
Shelf location: For current information on the location of these materials, please consult the Center's online catalog.
Language: English.

Administrative Information

Access

Collection is open for research.

Publication Rights

Copyright has not been assigned to the Labor Archives & Research Center. All requests for permission to publish or quote from materials must be submitted in writing to the Director of the Archives. Permission for publication is given on behalf of the Labor Archives & Research Center as the owner of the physical items and is not intended to include or imply permission of the copyright holder, which must also be obtained by the reader.

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Shipwrights, Joiners and Boat Builders Local 1149 Records, 1991/077, Labor Archives & Research Center, San Francisco State University.

Introduction

Records of the Shipwrights, Joiners and Boat Builders Local 1149 were donated to the Archives by Local 2236 in April, 1991. The collection was processed by Dennis Scott, November 1991.

History

The Shipwrights, founded in 1857, is one of the oldest unions in the San Francisco Bay Area. Local 1149 grew out of the merging of various worker associations that formed shortly after the Gold Rush of 1849. These included the Caulkers' Association Local 554 (founded in 1853, merged in 1960), Dry Dock Workers Local 3116 (merged in 1976), and Shipwrights and Steamboat Joiners Local 21. According to the Labor Archives Survey in 1991, another shipwrights local (Local 71 or 72) also merged with 1149. This is not documented in the Collection. Local 1149 was a member of the United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America throughout the time period documented in the Collection. Local 1149 merged with Industrial Carpenters Local 2236 in 1989.
Shipbuilding and ship repair were important industries in the Bay area from the 1850's until the 1950's. Shipwrights built the entire hull of ships and Joiners worked on ship interiors, mainly cabinetwork. The 1936 Morrow Castle Fire, which resulted in new ship regulations banning wooden interiors, along with the increased use of metal in shipbuilding and repair, led to a decrease in specialized ship carpentry work in the decade preceding WWII. Fewer ships were being built and repaired on the West Coast after the War, and the unions lobbied to retain and regulate the work that was available. In 1952-53, growing dissatisfaction within Local 1149 with the Pacific Coast Metal Trades Council, the collective bargaining unit for shipwrights, led to the formation of the Pacific Coast Council of Marine Carpenters (PCCMC), an independent organization that represented shipwrights unions throughout the Pacific coast in collective bargaining negotiations. Throughout the 1950's, the PCCMC negotiated favorable agreements with employers for shipwrights, gaining an additional hourly stipend for workers using their own tools and premium wages for work involving creosote-treated timber and fiberglass insulation.

Scope and Content

The collection largely consists of textual records, primarily minutes and office correspondence of Shipwrights Local 1149. Also included are union/employer agreements, conference summaries, books on shipbuilding in WWII, dues books and one waterfront pass.
The records date primarily from around 1937 to 1985, with the period between 1939-1946 most heavily represented. Much of the earlier material in the Collection was donated to 1149 in 1947 by John Howson, a member of the Union since 1887. Materials include records of unions that merged with 1149, including Caulkers Local 554 and Shipwrights Local 3116. The collection also includes photographs of dock workers (presumably shipwrights) performing repair work on wooden cargo cartons dating from 1959. They have been placed in the Labor Archives Photograph Collection #4.
The records of Local 1149 provide insight into the shipwright craft on the Pacific Coast, primarily documenting work in the decade preceding World War II until around 1955. Jurisdictional disputes between sheet metal workers and shipwrights resulting from the industry's transition from wood to steel ships and the Shipwrights' efforts to define their work by task (and not by materials utilized) are documented in the collection, primarily in the subject and correspondent files of Local 1149 and Pacific Coast Committee of Marine Carpenters.
Meeting Minutes of Local 1149 included in the collection cover the years 1941 - 1985. The location of general meetings alternated between labor halls in San Francisco and Oakland. During World War II, meetings were also held in Richmond, California, the location of large wartime shipyards. The collection contains duplicates of the minutes of years 1955-1965. One set is pasted into bound notebooks. The other set, donated to the Archives in 3-ring binders, has been placed in folders. Both sets have been retained for item-by-item level comparison at a later date.
Records from the World War II era document the high degree of cooperation achieved between labor groups, employer groups and the federal government to make efficient use of the work force to supply and repair the ships needed in the war effort. Committees were formed to monitor and evaluate the movement of workers between shipyards and to assist in locating and training workers. Records of the War Manpower Commission, as well as membership lists found in 1149 meeting minutes, reflect the introduction of women into the shipbuilding workforce at this time. Conflicts between wage and work condition standards desired by the unions and the high production of warships desired by the government, the US Navy in particular, are also documented in the minutes of 1149 as well as in the correspondence between the Union and the local shipyards.
The shipwrights' and joiners' need to define the work and desire to maintain some degree of autonomy within collective bargaining agreements between unions and employers is reflected in the records, most notably in briefs submitted in National Labor Relations Board proceedings, records of jurisdictional disputes, correspondence between Local 1149 and other shipwrights locals and records relating to the Pacific Coast Shipbuilding Zone Conferences. The need for some autonomy, combined with dissatisfaction with their present collective bargaining unit, may have contributed to the formation of the Pacific Coast Committee of Marine Carpenters. Records from the Pacific Coast Shipbuilding Zone Conference also includes a draft proposal for the reclassification of dry dock and marine waysmen on new ship construction which contains information on the wages and duties of these workers.
Records of the Pacific Coast Committee of Marine Carpenters (PCCMC), the collective bargaining unit that represented the Shipwrights after 1953, are also included here. The files date from the formation and founding of the Committee in 1949-52 to 1969, when the PCCMC was succeeded by the Pacific Coast Marine Carpenters Council. Stan Lore, the President and General Manager of 1149, was also the secretary of the PCCMC, and both organizations shared the same space during Lore's tenure with the PCCMC. The PCCMC re-affiliated with the Pacific Coast Metal Trades Council in 1967, and in 1969, was renamed the Pacific Coast Marine Carpenters Council.
Records documenting the regular tasks and special interests of the Union officers and concerns of regular members can be found in Officers' Correspondence and Office Correspondence. Copies of correspondence regarding members' status, general letters of introduction, work recommendations and form letters comprise the bulk of these records. A draft essay on the history of the dispute between carpenters unions and the International Longshoremen Workers Union (ILWU) is included in the Officers' Correspondence of Stan Lore, 1961.
The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) Files contain transcripts and briefs relating to the establishment of collective bargaining units for shipwrights on the West Coast. Three cases before the NLRB, 20-RC-1375, 20-RC-1327 and 20-RC-1354, dealt with issues surrounding collective bargaining inside and outside of organized units and were heard together by the NLRB and remain filed together here. The briefs in particular include detailed lists of the tasks in shipbuilding and repair expected to be undertaken by shipwrights, as well as a general history of the shipbuilding industry on the West Coast, probably written by Stan Lore. The records of NLRB case 19-RC-1552 includes an aerial photograph of Foss Launch and Tug Co., Tacoma, WA, from around 1953-54.
Records of Dry Dock, Marine Waysmen and Stage Riggers Local 3116 include work agreements, correspondence, conference notes and meeting minutes of the Local and of the PCCMC with which 3116 was affiliated. The record group also includes a copy of the Charter and By-laws of the Journeymen Shipwright Association, apparently used as a model for its own charter. Other miscellaneous records include a copy of the Pacific Coast Master Ship Repair Agreement, 1949, correspondence regarding Stage Riggers and Shipwright Helpers Local 2116, and a short history and description of dry dock work and wages on the Pacific Coast.
The records of Local 1149 primarily document the emergence, growth and decline of a facet of the shipbuilding and ship repair industry on the West Coast: its appearance and fluorescence in the mid 19th Century to WWII and its decline afterwards. The collection also provides insight into the daily duties, interests and concerns of the members and officers of the Local, from personal correspondence regarding the status, health and welfare of individual members to efforts on the part of officials to establish and maintain satisfactory relations with employers and other unions. Unfortunately, union records from the period of the Great Depression and the San Francisco General Strike are not included, although there are scattered references to events of this period in later minutes and correspondence.

Material Cataloged Separately

  • Pamphlets, passes and dues books have been relocated to the ephemera collection of the Archives, and publications not generated by Local 1149 have been placed in the reference collection.

Brochures and booklets placed in the ephemera collection include:

  • Constitution and By-Laws [of the] City Front Federation of the Port of San Francisco, 1902
  • Constitution, By-Laws, and Rules of Order of the Journeymen Ship and Steamboat Joiner's Protective Association of the Port of San Francisco, 1908
  • Demarcation of Work on Tyneside between Shipwrights and Ship-Joiners, 1891
  • The Merchant and Seaman's Expeditions Measurer;...[Table Book], 1869

Books relocated to the reference book section of the Archives:

  • Finnie, Richard, editor, Marinship: The History of a Wartime Shipyard. San Francisco: Taylor and Taylor, 1947.
  • Maslin, Marshall, editor, Western Shipbuilders in World War II. Oakland, California: Shipbuilding Review Publishing Association, 1945.
  • Proceedings of the First Convention of the Industrial Workers of the World, revised by Wm. E. Trautmann. New York: New York Labor News Company, 1905.

Series Description

 

Series I: Records of Local 1149

Physical Description: 6 cartons, 1 oversize ledger
 

Local 1149 Meeting Minutes: 1941 - 1985

Additional Note

(Chronological arrangement)
Meetings of Executive Committee interfiled among general meeting minutes. -- Incl. membership additions, deletions, officer rosters, discussions of issues affecting Union.
 

Precursor Organizations: 1886 - 1929

Scope and Content Note

San Francisco Journeymen Shipwrights Association 1886 - 1905; Meeting Minutes: 1886-1905. 3 ledgers.
 

Shipwrights Local 875, Oakland, CA

Scope and Content Note

Membership ledger: 1919; Day Book: 1927 - 1929
 

Local 1149 Elections: 1945 - 1961

Arrangement

(chronological arrangement)
 

Local 1149 Agreements: 1937 - 1963

Arrangement

(alphabetical by employer; chronological within employer)
 

Local 1149 Subject files: 1933 - 1962

Additional Note

(alphabetical by subject)
Agreements, jurisdictional disputes, Kaiser strike, mailings, CIO troubles
 

Local 1149 Correspondent files: 1937 - 1982

Additional Note

(alphabetical by correspondent)
Wartime agencies, employer files, correspondence with other shipwright locals and main office of International (United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America)
 

Local 1149 Officers' Correspondence: 1958 - 1982

Additional Note

(chronological order)
Filed by officer name and title; office-related correspondence of President/General Manager and Secretary/Treasurer(s)
 

Local 1149 Office Correspondence (chronological order)

Additional Note

Status of members, letters of recommendation, letters to employers, misc. inquiries.
 

Publications (generated by 1149)

Scope and Content Note

The 1149'er (September 1948 - May 1949); The Keel Block (March 20, 1945)
 

Financial records, 1937-1945

Scope and Content Note

Monthly reports to the UCBJA, expenditures for anniversary parties for 1149, balance sheet, 1941
 

Series II: Records of the Pacific Coast Committee of Marine Carpenters (PCCMC): 1951 - 1969

Physical Description: 38 folders
 

Resolutions and Bylaws: 1951-52

 

Meeting minutes: 1951-1969

Arrangement

(chronological arrangement)
 

PCCMC Subject/Correspondent files.

Additional Note

(alphabetical arrangement)
Correspondence with locals re: formation of PCCMC, materials sent by locals include work agreements with employers
 

PCCMC Office Files: 1951-1961 )

Arrangement

(chronological order)
 

Series III: National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) Files

Physical Description: 15 folders

Additional Note

(arranged alphabetically)
Briefs and transcripts of NLRB cases and proceedings relating to the formation and approval of collective bargaining units.
 

Series IV: Records of Dry Dock, Marine Waysmen and Stage Riggers Local 3116: 1946 - 1968

Physical Description: 5 folders

Scope and Content Note

Miscellaneous records: 1946 - 1968

Container List

 

Records of Local 1149

 

Meeting Minutes

Box-folder 1/2

Executive Board 1948

Box-folder 1/3

Membership 1942

Box-folder 1/

Membership, Bound 1942

Box-folder 1/

Membership, Bound 1943

Box-folder 1/

Membership, Bound 1944

Box-folder 1/

Membership, Bound, Handwritten 1944

Box-folder 1/

Membership, Bound 1944-46

Box-folder 1/

Membership, Bound 1947-49

Box-folder 1/

Membership, Bound 1949-50

Box-folder 1/

Membership, Bound 1950-53

Box-folder 1/4

Membership 1951-52

Box-folder 1/5

Membership 1953-55

Box-folder 2/

Membership, Bound 1953-57

Box-folder 2/

Membership, Bound 1957-60

Box-folder 2/

Membership, Bound 1960-64

Box-folder 2/

Membership, Bound 1964-66

Box-folder 2/1

Membership 1956

Box-folder 2/2

Membership 1957

Box-folder 2/3

Membership 1958

Box-folder 2/4

Membership 1959

Box-folder 2/5

Membership 1960

Box-folder 2/6

Membership 1961

Box-folder 2/7

Membership 1962

Box-folder 2/8

Membership 1963

Box-folder 2/9

Membership 1964

Box-folder 2/10

Membership 1965

Box-folder 2/11

Membership 1966

Box-folder 2/12

Membership 1967

Box-folder 2/13

Membership 1968

Box-folder 2/14

Membership 1969

Box-folder 2/15

Membership 1970

Box-folder 2/16

Membership 1971

Box-folder 2/17

Membership 1972

Box-folder 2/18

Membership, Executive Board 1973

Box-folder 2/19

Membership, Executive Board 1974

Box-folder 2/20

Membership, Executive Board 1975

Box-folder 2/21

Membership, Executive Board 1976

Box-folder 2/22

Membership, Executive Board 1977

Box-folder 2/23

Membership, Executive Board 1978

Box-folder 3/1

Membership, Executive Board 1979

Box-folder 3/2

Membership, Executive Board 1980

Box-folder 3/3

Membership, Executive Board 1981

Box-folder 3/4

Membership, Executive Board 1982

Box-folder 3/5

Membership, Executive Board 1983

Box-folder 3/6

Membership, Executive Board 1984

Box-folder 3/7

Membership 1985

Box-folder 3/8

Shop Stewards, Oakland 1945

Oversize 8/1 - Oversize

Membership, Executive Board (Ledger) 1967-1973

 

Precursor Organizations

 

San Francisco Journeyman Shipwrights Association 1886-1905

Box-folder 3/9

Minutes, Vol 1 1886-1890

Box-folder 3/10

Minutes, Vol 2 1890-1899

Box-folder 3/11

Minutes, Vol 3 1899-1905

Box-folder 3/12

Handbills, Flyers (1 of 2) 1869-1903

Box-folder 3/13

Handbills, Flyers (2 of 2) 1869-1903

 

San Francisco Ship and Steamboat Joiners Assn 1904-1907

Box-folder 3/14

General Meeting Minutes 1904-1907

 

Shipwrights Local #875 (San Francisco, CA) 1919-1929

Box-folder 3/15

Membership/Dues Ledger 1919

Box-folder 3/16

Day-Book 1927-1929

 

Election Records 1945-1961

Box-folder 4/1

Elections 1945

Box-folder 4/2

Elections 1945-6,1948

Box-folder 4/3

Elections 1949

Box-folder 4/4

Elections 1957-1960

Box-folder 4/5

Elections 1961

 

Agreements 1937-1963

Box-folder 4/6

Bethlehem Steel Shipyard 1954

Box-folder 4/7

Bethlehem Steel Shipyard 1957-1959

Box-folder 4/8

Bay Counties District Council of Carpenters 1950

Box-folder 4/9

Cargo Shoring 1953-1960

Box-folder 4/10

Colberg Boat Co. 1951-1952

Box-folder 4/11

Agreement Form 1949

Box-folder 4/12

Fulton Boat Works 1952

Box-folder 4/13

International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers 1963

Box-folder 4/14

Miscellaneous 1937

Box-folder 4/15

Miscellaneous 1938-1944

Box-folder 4/16

Miscellaneous Employers 1953-1956

Box-folder 4/17

Interim Agreements 1955, 1959

 

Subject Files 1933-1962

Box-folder 4/18

Arbitration - Mundet Cork Corporation 1939

Box-folder 4/19

Arbitration (Creosote) - Local 1184 Seattle, WA 1955

Box-folder 4/20

Arbitration - Shipfitters and Helpers Local 9 (1 of 4) 1946

Box-folder 4/21

Arbitration - Shipfitters and Helpers Local 9 (2 of 4) 1946

Box-folder 4/22

Arbitration - Shipfitters and Helpers Local 9 (3 of 4) 1946

Box-folder 4/23

Arbitration - Shipfitters and Helpers Local 9 (4 of 4) 1946

Box-folder 4/24

The Balcultha - Restoration By Volunteers 1955, 1971

Box-folder 4/25

Bay Counties District Council of 1949-1952

Box-folder 4/26

Building Committee 1944-1945

Box-folder 4/27

Complaints and Disputes 1944-1947

Box-folder 4/28

"CIO Trouble" 1937-1943

Box-folder 4/29

Code of Fair Competition 1933

Box-folder 4/30

Contractors 1948

Box-folder 4/31

Dues Rates - Portland 1967

Box-folder 4/32

Contributions 1944

Box-folder 4/33

"Crank" Letters 1948-1963

Box-folder 4/34

Drewes, Jack 1943

Box-folder 4/35

Explosives On The Job 1943

Box-folder 4/36

Gibbons, Charles 1944

Box-folder 4/37

Health and Welfare Fund 1962

Box-folder 4/38

Health and Welfare Fund - Correspondence 1953-1956

Box-folder 4/39

Inquiries 1948-1950

Box-folder 4/40

Insulation 1938-1944

Box-folder 4/41

Insulation Dispute - Puget Sound Naval Shipyard 1950-1954

Box-folder 4/42

International Association of Machinists 1951-1952

Box-folder 4/43

Job Referrals (To War Manpower Commission) 1944

Box-folder 4/44

Jurisdictional Disputes 1937-1944

Box-folder 4/45

Jurisdiction 1949-1950

Box-folder 4/46

Jurisdiction - Boilermakers 1944

Box-folder 4/47

Jurisdiction - Marineship 1939-1944

Box-folder 4/48

Jurisdiction - Dockmen 1946-1979

Box-folder 4/49

Jurisdiction - Kaiser Ship Yard 1943-1944

Box-folder 4/50

Jurisdiction - Sheet Metal Workers 1944-1955

Box-folder 4/51

Kaiser Hospital Strike 1961

Box-folder 4/52

Launching Pay 1943-1954

Box-folder 4/53

Lore, Stan - Grievance Against 1958

Box-folder 4/54

Lore, Stan 1960

Box-folder 4/55

Mailings 1953-1955

Box-folder 4/56

Mailing Lists - Employers 1959,1962

Box-folder 4/57

Mediation 1959

Box-folder 4/58

Men Dispatched To Jobs 1943-1944

Box-folder 4/59

Men Dispatched To Jobs 1944

Box-folder 5/1

New Business 1944

Box-folder 5/2

Oakland Office 1961

Box-folder 5/3

Office Tasks n.d.

Box-folder 5/4

Pacific Coast Shipbuilding Zone Conference 1942-43

Box-folder 5/5

Pacific Coast Shipbuilding Zone Conference - Working Committee 1943-1944

Box-folder 5/6

Pension Fund 1959

Box-folder 5/7

Pension Fund - Minutes 1961-1962

Box-folder 5/8

Protection of Tools - US Maritime Commission 1944

Box-folder 5/9

Reclassification of Dockmen 1944

Box-folder 5/10

Recommendations - Union Entry, Reclassification (1 of 2) 1943

Box-folder 5/11

Recommendations - Union Entry, Reclassification (2 of 2) 1943

Box-folder 5/12

Recommendations 1944

Box-folder 5/13

Reimbursement On Tools 195_

Box-folder 5/14

Safety Orders - Ship and Boat Building 1952

Box-folder 5/15

Shipbuilding Stabilization Conference 1943

Box-folder 5/16

Shoring 1950

Box-folder 5/17

Shoring 1953

Box-folder 5/18

Shoring, ILWU 1946-1953

Box-folder 5/19

Smith, Roy, United Brotherhood of Carpenters, Richmond, CA 1944-1945

Box-folder 5/20

Stewards - Meeting Attendance 1944-45

Box-folder 5/21

Stilwell, Otis 1944-1945

Box-folder 5/22

Survey To Determine Port Practice 1945

Box-folder 5/23

Wage and Rate Demand and Schedules 1933, 1938-39

Box-folder 5/24

Withdrawals From Union 1943-1944

Box-folder 5/25

"Work To Be Done By Shipwrights On Ways and Fitting Out Dock" 1944

 

Correspondent Files 1937-1982

Box-folder 5/26

Aero Marine Plastics Corporation 1958

Box-folder 5/27

Alameda County Building Trades Council 1947

Box-folder 5/28

American Hawaiian Steamship Company 1937-1940

Box-folder 5/29

Bailey, Harry, Business Agent 1941, 1945

Box-folder 5/30

Banducci, Gene 1944

Box-folder 5/31

Bay Cities Metal Trades Council 1938

Box-folder 5/32

Bay Counties District Council of Carpenters 1954

Box-folder 5/33

Bay Counties District Council of Carpenters 1952-1956

Box-folder 5/34

Bay Counties District Council of Carpenters - Trial Board 1948-1951

Box-folder 5/35

Bay Counties District Council of Carpenters - Notices 1954

Box-folder 5/36

Bethlehem Steel Co. - Shipbuilding Div. 1942-1949

Box-folder 5/37

Bert Merry Co. 1943-1944

Box-folder 5/38

California Apprenticeship Council 1944

Box-folder 5/39

California Dept. of Industrial Relations 1958

Box-folder 5/40

Gateway Shipwright, Inc 1946

Box-folder 5/41

Hunt Marine Service 1943-1944

Box-folder 5/42

International Union of Marine and Shipyard Workers (CIO) - San Pedro, CA 1951-52

Box-folder 5/43

L & E Emmanuel, Inc. 1944

Box-folder 5/44

L & S Case Co. 1944

Box-folder 5/45

Longshore Labor Relations Committee of San Francisco 1957

Box-folder 5/46

Longshoremen's and Warehousemen's Union 1958

Box-folder 5/47

Maritime Federation of the Pacific Coast 1936

Box-folder 5/48

Maritime Federation of the Pacific Coast - San Francisco Bay Area District Council 1935

Box-folder 5/49

Matson Terminals, Inc. 1951-1954

Box-folder 5/50

National Joinery Co. 1942-1944

Box-folder 5/51

Newell, Charles E. 1944,1955

Box-folder 5/52

Nunes Brothers 1943-1944

Box-folder 5/53

Pacific Bridge Co. - [Ship]Yards 1 & 2 1944

Box-folder 5/54

Pacific Coast District Metal Trades Council 1941

Box-folder 5/55

Pacific Coast District Metal Trades Council 1982

Box-folder 5/56

People's World Daily 1947

Box-folder 5/57

Red Salmon Canning Co. 1943

Box-folder 5/58

San Francisco Examining Board 1943

Box-folder 5/59

San Francisco Office of Price Administration Labor Advisory Committee 1945

Box-folder 5/60

Ship Caulkers Local 554 1960-61

Box-folder 5/61

Shipwrights Local 1184, Seattle, WA 1938

Box-folder 5/62

Todd Shipbuilding Co. 1941

Box-folder 5/63

Todd Shipyards - Dockmen Jurisdiction 1978-79

Box-folder 5/64

United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America (Ubcja) - General Office 1940-50

Box-folder 5/65

United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America (Ubcja) - General Office 1956-59

Box-folder 5/66

US Department of the Navy - Bureau of Ships 1952-53

Box-folder 5/67

US Office of Price Administration - Gasoline Panel 1945

Box-folder 5/68

Union Labor Party 1949-50

Box-folder 5/69

War Manpower Commission - Local Committee 1943

Box-folder 5/70

War Manpower Commission - Shipyard Appeals Board (1 of 2) 1943

Box-folder 5/71

War Manpower Commission - Shipyard Appeals Board (2 of 2) 1943

Box-folder 5/72

War Manpower Commission - Shipyard Appeals Board (1 of 2) 1944

Box-folder 5/73

War Manpower Commission - Shipyard Appeals Board (2 of 2) 1944

Box-folder 5/74

War Manpower Commission - Shipyard Appeals 1945

Box-folder 5/75

War Production Board 1942

Box-folder 5/76

War Shipping Administration 1944

Box-folder 5/77

Whelin-Davit Company 1944

Box-folder 5/78

Western Asbestos Co. 1944

 

Officers' Correspondence, 1958-1982

Box-folder 6/1

Lore, Stan, President and Manager 1958

Box-folder 6/2

Lore, Stan, President and Manager 1960

Box-folder 6/3

Lore, Stan, President and Manager 1961

Box-folder 6/4

Lore, Stan, President and Manager 1962

Box-folder 6/5

Ecklund, W.H., Secretary-Treasurer 1958

Box-folder 6/6

Knudsen, Ted, Secretary-Treasurer 1960-61

Box-folder 6/7

Knudsen, Ted, Financial Secretary - Cargo Containers 1969-73

Box-folder 6/8

Knudsen, Ted, Financial Secretary - Congressional Correspondence (1 of 2) 1973-82

Box-folder 6/9

Knudsen, Ted, Financial Secretary - Congressional Correspondence (2 of 2) 1973-82

 

Office Correspondence, 1944-1969

Box-folder 6/10

Employers 1944

Box-folder 6/11

Unions and Councils 1949-50

Box-folder 6/12

Correspondence - Employers 1951-52

Box-folder 6/13

Correspondence - Employers 1952

Box-folder 6/14

Correspondence - Employers 1953

Box-folder 6/15

Correspondence - Employers 1954

Box-folder 6/16

Correspondence - Employers 1955

Box-folder 6/16

Correspondence - Employers 1959

Box-folder 6/17

Correspondence - Miscellaneous 1959

Box-folder 6/18

Correspondence 1963

Box-folder 6/19

Correspondence - Office 1967

Box-folder 6/20

Correspondence - Members 1967

Box-folder 6/21

Correspondence - Santa Rosa Ferry 1969

 

Publications, 1944-1949

Box-folder 6/22

Publications 1944-49

Box-folder 6/23

Publications - Photographs 1948

 

Financial Records, 1937-1945

Box-folder 6/24

Monthly Reports To United Brotherhood Of Carpenters and Joiners of America 1937-43

Box-folder 6/25

Balance Sheet 1941

Box-folder 6/26

Anniversary Parties 1944-45

 

Records of the Pacific Coast Committee of Marine Carpenters (PCCMC), 1951-1971

 

Resolutions and Bylaws, 1951-1952

Box-folder 6/27

Resolutions and Bylaws 1951-1952

 

Meeting Minutes, 1951-1956; 1966-1971

Box-folder 6/28

Organizational Meeting 1951

Box-folder 6/29

Membership 1952

Box-folder 6/30

Membership 1952-56

Box-folder 6/31

Membership 1955-56

Box-folder 6/32

Membership 1966-69

Box-folder 6/33

Membership 1969-71

 

Subject/Correspondent Files, 1944-1962

Box-folder 6/34

Agreements, Memoranda of Understanding 1958-60

Box-folder 6/35

Carpenters Unions - Correspondence 1951

Box-folder 6/36

Clatsop County (Oregon) District Council Of Carpenters 1953-55

Box-folder 6/37

Contract Negotiations - Notices 1962

Box-folder 6/38

Form Letters 1956, 1962

Box-folder 6/39

Hutcheson, W.L., President, United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America 1944-52

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Local 266, Stockton, CA 1953-54

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Local 554 (Caulkers), San Francisco, CA 1951-52

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Local 554 (Caulkers), San Francisco, CA 1953-54

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Local 562, Everett, WA 1951-52

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Local 562, Everett, WA 1953-54

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Local 1020, Portland, OR 1951-52

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Local 1020, Portland, OR 1959

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Local 1184, Seattle, WA 1951-52

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Local 1184, Seattle, WA 1953-54

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Local 1597, Bremerton, WA 1953-54

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Local 2035, Truckee, CA 1953

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Local 2071, Bellingham, WA 1951-52

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Local 2071, Bellingham, WA 1953-54

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Local 3217, Bremerton, WA 1954

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Martinolich Ship Repair, San Francisco, CA 1946-52

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National Labor Relations Board 1953

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National Labor Relations Board - Election 1952

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Negotiations 1953-55

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Negotiations 1956-59

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Todd Shipyards Corporation 1951-52

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Wage Stabilization Board 1952

 

Office Correspondence, 1951-1961

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Correspondence - Employers 1951-52

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Correspondence (1 of 2) 1952-54

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Correspondence (2 of 2) 1952-54

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Correspondence 1955-57

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Correspondence 1958, 60-61

 

Records of the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), 1951-1954

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Affadavit of Noncommunist Union Officer 1952

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"Procedure of Work Performed By The Shipwright Department In Out-Fitting" n.d.

 

Craft Representation Case 19-Rc-654

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Decision and Order, Proceedings 1951

 

Craft Representation Cases 20-Rc-1975, 20-Rc-1327, 20-Rc-1354

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Briefs (1 of 3) 1951

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Briefs (2 of 3) 1951

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Briefs (3 of 3) 1951

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Proceedings (1 of 5) 1951

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Proceedings (2 of 5) 1951

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Proceedings (3 of 5) 1951

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Proceedings (4 of 5) 1951

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Proceedings (5 of 5) 1951

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Exhibit 7: Joiner Daily Work Sheets

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Collective Bargaining Certification 1952

 

NLRB Case 19-Rc-1552 (Metal Trades Council of Tacoma)

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Case Records (Briefs, Proceedings, Etc.) 1954

 

Records of Local 3116: Dry Dock, Marine Waysmen and Stage Riggers

 

Miscellaneous Records of Local 3116

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Meeting Minutes 1950-51

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Journeymen Shipwrights Association of San Francisco - Constitution 1949 (1857)

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Disputes 1946-49

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Miscellaneous Records (1 of 3) 1946-1968

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Miscellaneous Records (2 of 3) 1946-1968

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Miscellaneous Records (3 of 3) 1946-1968