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ILGWU. Gus Tyler papers, 1956-1996.

Author: Gus Tyler; International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union. Assistant President.
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Correspondence, subject files, articles, transcripts of broadcasts, photographs, and other materials dating from the end of the 1950s to 1996.
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Genre/Form: Articles
Audio cassettes
Correspondence
Photographs
Transcripts
Named Person: Gus Tyler; Mortimer Jerome Adler; William J Brennan; Sol C Chaikin; David N Dinkins; David Dubinsky; Moe Foner; Henry Foner; Philip Sheldon Foner; Jesse Jackson; Jay Lovestone; Jay Mazur; Eugene J McCarthy; Bill D Moyers; Jacob Sheinkman; Paul A Volker
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Archival Material, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Gus Tyler; International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union. Assistant President.
OCLC Number: 64751518
In: ILGWU records, 1884-2006, bulk 1923-1995
Language Note: English.
Notes: "Permanent deposit"
Description: 32.8 linear feet.

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Correspondence, subject files, articles, transcripts of broadcasts, photographs, and other materials dating from the end of the 1950s to 1996.

Series I consists of both ILGWU and non-union correspondence. Series II is made up of subject files, dealing with both union and non-union matters. Series III contains publications, writings, transcripts of radio and television broadcasts, and other materials. Series IV consists of miscellaneous materials, including photographs, cassette tapes, and ILGWU publications.

Individuals represented in the correspondence include: Mortimer Adler; William Brennan; Sol Chaikin; David Dinkins; David Dubinsky; Henry Foner; Moe Foner; Philip Foner; Jesse Jackson; Jay Lovestone; Jay Mazur; Bill Moyers; Jack Sheinkman; and Paul Volcker.

Organizations included in the correspondence and subject files include: the AFL-CIO; the American Veterans Committee; the Aspen Institute for Humanistic Studies; the Brookings Institution; Histadrut; the Institute for the Future; the National Endowment for the Humanities; conventions, locals and departments of the ILGWU; various committees of the U.S. House and Senate; Workmen's Circle; WEVD (radio station, New York); WNET (Channel 13, New York); and the World Veterans Federation.

Subjects addressed include: economic policy and conditions in the U.S.; international politics; the labor movement in the U.S. and abroad; employment of minorities; multinational corporations; politics and government in the U.S., especially in New York City and State; social conditions in the U.S.; veterans' affairs; and worker training and education.

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