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Papers, 1898-1966

Correspondence (1901-1958), diaries (1931-1958), speeches, reports and other union records, and printed matter of a labor organizer and leader and Socialist Party leader, concerning the United Mine Workers of America (UMWA); the formation of the Congress of Industrial Organizations (CIO); and activity with the United Rubber Workers (URW), the United Auto Workers (UAW), and the International Woodworkers (IWA). Active in the Socialist Party from 1900 to 1932, Germer served as national secretary, 1916-1918. Correspondents include Harry Bridges, John Brophy, Eugene V. Debs, Emma Goldman, William Green, Frank Hayes, Allan S. Haywood, William D. Haywood, Sidney Hillman, Morris Hillquit, Alexander Howat, John L. Lewis, Marx Lewis, Wayne Morse, Philip Murray, James O'Neal, Walter P. Reuther, Ernest Untermann, Frank P. Ziedler, and many others concerning labor and socialist concerns
Archival Material, English, 1898