Series 2, Subseries 6. Correspondence with participating universities, 1951-1957. (Archival material, 1951) [WorldCat.org]
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Series 2, Subseries 6. Correspondence with participating universities, 1951-1957.

Author: Inter-University Labor Education Committee.
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
Publication:Files, 1951-1957
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Materials regarding programs at the University of Wisconsin include letters of Edwin Young (director, University of Wisconsin School for Workers), memoranda and reports concerning the University of Wisconsin programs in workers' education; programs and publications of the Wisconsin American Federation of Labor Institute; and a workers' education series on world affairs.
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Named Person: John Caldwell; M P Catherwood; Alice H Cook; Maurice F X Donohue; Phillips L Garman; Fred K Hoehler; Irvine L H Kerrison; Frank McCallister; Hugh G Pyle; Edwin Young; Irvine L H Kerrison; Fred K Hoehler; M P Catherwood; Alice H Cook; Edwin Young; Maurice F X Donohue; Phillips L Garman; Fred K Hoehler; Irvine L H Kerrison; Frank McCallister; Hugh G Pyle
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Inter-University Labor Education Committee.
OCLC Number: 64755566
In: Inter-University Labor Education Committee
Description: 4 linear ft

Abstract:

Materials regarding programs at the University of Wisconsin include letters of Edwin Young (director, University of Wisconsin School for Workers), memoranda and reports concerning the University of Wisconsin programs in workers' education; programs and publications of the Wisconsin American Federation of Labor Institute; and a workers' education series on world affairs.

Consists chiefly of correspondence of Alexander Liveright and Joseph Mire (executive secretaries) with faculty and staff members of the Univ. of California, Univ. of Chicago, Cornell Univ., Univ. of Illinois, Pennsylvania State Univ., Roosevelt Univ., Rutgers Univ., and Univ. of Wisconsin, which participated in Inter-University Labor Education Committee (IULEC) programs.

Materials pertaining to projects of the University of California at Los Angeles include statements, reports, memoranda and letters of Edgar Warren (director) and Arthur Carstens (research associate) of the University of California Institute of Industrial Relations, regarding planning for community institutes and projects; proposals for a project in workers' education in the Los Angeles schools; workers' education programs for union members; a readership survey of San Francisco newspapers; Montana Farmers Union Conference; summer institutes in Salt Lake City, Utah; Montana Farmer-Labor Institute; proposals for community health education programs; and workmen's compensation programs.

Materials concerning IULEC projects at the University of Chicago include letters of John Caldwell (director of union services) and Maurice F.X. Donohue (dean) of the University College; memoranda, statements, and reports regarding proposed program for the University of Chicago union leadership training project; University of Chicago union education service grant applications; a proposal for a project on labor's stake in world affairs; research on questionnaire construction; home study adult education courses; proposals for the development of instructional materials for use in unions in the area of mental health; and a professional union officers' program in workers' education and leadership development.

Documents regarding Cornell University projects include letters of Alice H. Cook (professor), Martin P. Catherwood (dean) and Ralph N. Campbell (director of Extension) of the New York State School of Industrial and Labor Relations, regarding a Cornell project on labor participation in community affairs; establishment of an institute for training workers' education specialists; and proposals for grant renewal.

Files of documents regarding the University of Illinois project include letters of Phillips L. Garman (coordinator of Extension), A.J. Wann (assistant professor of labor relations) and Robben Fleming (director of the Institute of Labor Relations); memoranda, reports and statements concerning a proposal for the University of Illinois; extension programs; a program on labor's stake in world affairs; and relations with the International Cooperation Administration and the New World Foundation.

Materials of the Penn State University project include letters of Anthony Luchek (head of labor education), Hugh G. Pyle (director of Extension) and Fred Hoehler (professor of labor education) at Penn State University; statements and reports regarding union officers' program; Steelworkers seminar on human relations; conferences on local unions' goals and responsibilities; establishment of a trade union center; and constitutions of workers' councils of various counties in Pennsylvania.

Documents relating to the project at Roosevelt University include letters of Frank McCallister (director); memoranda and reports regarding the establishment of a film utilization center; proposal for a labor film service for Chicago; report of IULEC projects for a school for workers in Wisconsin; production and promotion of pamphlets on international workers' education; and conferences for white collar workers.

Materials pertaining to the Rutgers University project include letters of L.H. Kerrison (chairman of labor program, Institute of Management, Rutgers University); memoranda, reports and statements concerning workshops on workers' education; establishment of city workers' councils; disbursement of grant funds; establishment of a central information and advisory service in workers' education; proposal for the expansion of union public service radio programs in New Jersey; and a conference on adult education and development of mature individuals.

Materials regarding programs at the University of Wisconson include letters of Edwin Young (director, University of Wisconsin School for Workers), memoranda and reports concerning the University of Wisconsin programs in workers' education; programs and publications of the Wisconsin American Federation of Labor Institute; and a workers' education series on world affairs.

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