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|Creator:||International Longshoremen's and Warehousemen's Union. Fishermen and Allied Workers Division. Local 3 (Seattle, Wash.) , creator|
|Title:||International Longshoremen's and Warehousemen's Union Fishermen and Allied Workers Division, Local 3 records|
|Quantity:||12.94 cubic feet|
|Manuscript Collection No.:||3466|
|Languages:||Collection materials are in English.|
Union composed of several dozen local units. Two predecessors of the Longshoremen's and Warehousemen's union were the United Fishermen's Union of the Pacific, Puget Sound District, and International Fishermen and Allied Workers of America, Pacific District, Local 3 (IFAWA). The IFAWA includes about 15 small local unions as well as larger member unions such as the Alaska Fishermen's Unions .The IFAWA merged with ILWU in 1950. It was active with external organizations such as the Maritime Federation of the Pacific.
Correspondence, minutes, negotiations, agreements, and related papers of this large union representing several dozen local units. Includes records of three main predecessor organizations: United Fishermen's Union of the Pacific Puget Sound District; International Fishermen and Allied Workers of America. Pacific District. Local 3.; and the main body of the accession, the Longshoremen's Union records.
Literary rights of representatives of the records-creating organization transferred to the University of Washington Libraries.
Open to all users, but access to portions of the papers restricted. Contact repository for details.
Until the papers have been processed, the record series TRAILS AND CLAIMS FILES in Box 19 has been restricted to protect the privacy of grievants.
Donated by Robert Quaring, 1/20/1983.
|Jurich, Joseph F., creator.|
|International Longshoremen's and Warehousemen's Union. Fishermen and Allied Workers Division. Local 3 (Seattle, Wash.)--Archives.|