|所有的著者/提供者：||North Carolina State Federation of Labor.|
|注意：||Cataloged from Guide.|
The collection is made up primarily of correspondence of C. A. Fink, president of the North Carolina State Federation of Labor (AFL), and includes some letters of James F. Barrett, public relations director of the Asheville Central Labor Union. The correspondence concerns a controversy arising out of the withdrawal of an invitation from the United States Army to Dr. Ralph Brimley, superintendent of Forsyth County schools, to participate in a leadership mission to Japan in 1951, allegedly as a result of opposition to Brimley by C. A. Fink and William Green, president of the American Federation of Labor. Included also are the Proceedings of the North Carolina State Federation of Labor for 1950 and 1951.