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Papers, 1941-1951.

Author: William Nagorsne
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
Database:WorldCat
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Papers of a secretary-treasurer of the Wisconsin State Federation of Labor; including correspondence, radio broadcasts, press releases, and reports relating to labor's problems in the 1940s. Much of this material concerns wartime production, reconversion, and the expression of labor's political views. Speeches and publicity stress positions on postwar legislation, particularly opposition to the Taft-Hartley Act,
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Genre/Form: Manuscript collection
Photographs
Scripts
Sound recordings
Named Person: George William Hill; George Mason Keith; Oscar Rennebohm; Alexander Wiley
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: William Nagorsne
OCLC Number: 173701642
Description: 0.4 c.f. (1 archives box), 2 tape recordings, and 1 photograph.

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Papers of a secretary-treasurer of the Wisconsin State Federation of Labor; including correspondence, radio broadcasts, press releases, and reports relating to labor's problems in the 1940s. Much of this material concerns wartime production, reconversion, and the expression of labor's political views. Speeches and publicity stress positions on postwar legislation, particularly opposition to the Taft-Hartley Act, and examine the voting records of Wisconsin senators, representatives, and assemblymen. A tape-recorded interview with Nagorsne concerns the Federation's legislative program. The photograph is a portrait of Nagorsne.

The collection also includes correspondence, minutes, surveys, articles, and reports relating to Nagorsne's service on the Governor's Committee on Displaced Persons, which made efforts to find homes and jobs within the state for immigrants admitted under the Displaced Persons Act of 1948. A few printed materials refer to the activities of the Milwaukee Mayor's Committee on Inter-Racial Relations in 1944-1945, conferences of the Wisconsin State Federation of Labor in 1947 and 1948, and the International Trades Conference of the Metal and Engineering Trade Unions and Workers.

Correspondents include George William Hill, George Mason Keith, Oscar Rennebohm, and Alexander Wiley.

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