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Labor Union Collections
American Federation of Labor-Congress of Industrial Organizations, Region 9 Records, circa 1955-2000
Representative of national AFL-CIO in the Pacific Northwest. Office defunct; former jurisdiction encompassed: Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon and Washington; in 1996-1997 these areas were merged within new AFL-CIO regional office structure and placed under Western Region Office, San Francisco, CA. Mainly records of local or state councils sent as information copies to the regional director. Includes: Constitutions and Bylaws; region director's correspondence, annual financial reports; also materials concerning various legislative issues, organizing, collective bargaining, and boycotts.
American Federation of Teachers, Local 200 records, 1951-1979
Labor organization of teachers in Seattle public schools since 1927. Local 200 of American Federation of Teachers was chartered in 1921, a union of classroom teachers in Seattle. Ross Reider was president ca. 1966-67.
American Federation of Teachers Local 200 Photograph Collection, c. 1970-1974
Labor organization of teachers in Seattle public schools, first established in 1927. The collection contains images of Seattle teachers involved in various meetings, strikes, and campaigns. Some photographs were made by Don Wallen and Joel Panzer.
American Federation of Teachers, Local 401 records, 1936-1949
Labor organization of the University of Washington faculty. Local 401 became disaffiliated with the AFL in 1948.
American Federation of Teachers, Local 772 records, 1963-1982
Local group affiliated with the American Federation of Teachers. This local was affiliated with the American Federation of Teachers. It represented kindergarten through 12th grade public school teachers. It was replaced by an NEA local, the Everett Education Association, ca. 1982.