Biographical Note

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Scope and Content

Restrictions on Access

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Acquisition Info

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Guide to the Tyree Scott Papers



Manuscript Collection No.: 5245
Accession No.: 5245-001
Creator: Scott, Tyree, 1940-2003 , creator
Title: Tyree Scott papers
Date Span: circa 1970-1995
Quantity: 48.00 cubic feet (48 boxes)
Languages: Collection materials are in English.




Biographical Note

Tyree Scott (1940-2003) was a labor leader and activist deeply involved in many minority workers’ and equal opportunity organizations.

Scott, an electrician, grew up in Texas, moved to Seattle in 1966 and became a leader in the Central Contractors Association. This organization of minority workers led many peaceful demonstrations against discriminatory hiring practices in Seattle’s construction industry in the summer and fall of 1969. Through the protests, the issue of discriminatory employment was noted by the American Friends Service Committee. After investigating the situation, the American Friends Service Committee approached Scott and the leadership of the Central Contractors Association and proposed a new community-based organization that would organize minority workers to fight discrimination in the unions and in the construction trades. The United Construction Workers Association was founded in 1970 with financial support from the American Friends Service Committee. Tyree Scott was a founding member and worked intensively within the Association, first as a paid staff member and then later as a director.

United Construction Workers Association combined community organization, peaceful demonstrations, and legal action to fight workplace discrimination. The Association saw an early victory in the class action suit United States vs. Ironworkers Local 86 et. al. – in which the United States Department of Justice sued five local unions and apprenticeship and training committees under Title VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act. In 1970 Judge William J. Lindberg found that there had indeed been racial discrimination in the practices of all institutions named in this case. He ordered wide-ranging relief programs, including quotas for union membership, hiring, and apprenticeship classes and changes in hiring and dispatching procedures.

Judge Lindberg’s ruling also created the Court Order Advisory Committee – a private institution that would ensure the implementation of these relief measures. The Court Order Advisory Committee collected data and published reports on industry employment practices. The United Construction Workers Association had two members on Court Order Advisory Committee board of directors; Tyree Scott served as one of these representatives from 1972 to 1978. The Court Order Advisory Committee was reformed as the Vocational Exploration and Referral Service Center in December of 1978.

In 1972 United Construction Workers Association was also made party to the United States vs. Local 86 suit, which allowed them to participate officially in the enforcement of the court decrees. United Construction Workers Association collected reports of employment progress in local trades and continued to pursue legal action against companies defaulting on the requirements of the court settlement.

By court decree, United Construction Workers Association also became the point of entry for apprenticeship programs. United Construction Workers Association assisted workers with job application processes, offered extra training for apprenticeship classes, and served as a liaison between workers, unions and employers. The United Construction Workers Association also worked with civil and community institutions, including the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the Washington State Manpower and Planning Council, various Seattle city agencies, the Seattle Urban League and others.

After the landmark Lindberg decision, United Construction Workers Association also began to widen its focus beyond minority work in the local building trades to other areas of employment in Seattle and other cities across the nation. In 1973 a branch of United Construction Workers Association was established in Oakland, California.

United Construction Workers Association also initiated the Southwestern Workers Federation, based in Little Rock, Arkansas, in 1973. Two United Construction Workers Association staff members - Tyree Scott and Todd Hawkins - visited eight cities in Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma and Texas under contract from the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission to help minority worker activists organize further and to help them draw together legal resources to file Title VII complaints.

In 1973 Michael Woo of the United Construction Workers Association worked among Asian and Alaska Native cannery workers who lived in Seattle but worked summers in the salmon processing plants in Alaska. From this work the Alaska Cannery Workers Association was formed to combat discrimination in worker housing, facilities, pay scales and hire status. The Alaska Cannery Workers Association filed Title VII lawsuits against the world’s largest fish companies, including the New England Fish Company and Wards Cove Packing Company.

In 1973 members of United Construction Workers Association, Alaska Cannery Workers Association, and the Northwest Chapter of United Farm Workers of America came together to found the Labor and Employment Law Office. Labor and Employment Law Office hired lawyers and served workers of color, helping them pursue legal recourse in issues of labor discrimination. Labor and Employment Law Office helped United Construction Workers Association, Alaska Cannery Workers Association, United Farm Workers of America, other worker’s organizations and individual workers win landmark civil rights cases, including Domingo vs. New England Fish Company, Carpenter vs. NEFCO-Fidalgo Packing Company and Yates vs. Local 7 Asbestos Workers, et al.

While Labor and Employment Law Office had always combined its legal work with participation in community organization, the focus was primarily on court action in the early years of its operation. However, in 1989 the Supreme Court’s decision in the long-contested Atonio vs. Ward’s Cove case constituted a major shift in the pursuit of discrimination cases and in Labor and Employment Law Office’s operations. Ever since the landmark civil rights suits of the early 1970s, the burden of proof in discrimination charges had rested on the employers. In the Wards Cove case, the Court’s decision was that the plaintiffs’ statistical demonstration of racial disparity between classes of workers did not make a prima facie case for violation of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act. This set a new precedent for the burden of proof in Civil Rights cases and vastly increased the difficulty of workers pursuing discrimination charges under Title VII.

As pursuing court action as an avenue for change became more difficult, Labor and Employment Law Office’s focus and activities opened to a broader spectrum. Labor and Employment Law Office shifted its emphasis to offering other types of assistance to low-income, minority and workers’ groups both locally and across the globe. Tyree Scott has served on the board of directors of Labor and Employment Law Office since its inception.

In the late 1970s Scott, Scott’s wife Beverly Sims and Michael Woo were members of the Seattle Workers Group, which in turn was associated with the Organizing Committee for an Ideological Center. The Center was an umbrella group that coordinated the activities of various Marxist workers organizations across the country. The purpose of the Center was both to support local Marxist groups in their effort to organize and educate workers locally, but also to bring together disparate groups across the nation into a more ideologically and structurally unified whole. The Center’s long-term goal was to build a national Labor/Workers Party. The organization disbanded about 1981.

Tyree Scott became less involved in the activities of the United Construction Workers Association in the late seventies, and the organization faded out of existence around 1981. Tyree Scott retired from the electrician’s trade and remained active as a board member for the Labor and Employment Law Office until his death in 2003.

Arrangement

Arranged in 11 series:

  • SERIES I: UNITED CONSTRUCTION WORKERS ASSOCIATION RECORDS, circa 1970-1981
  • SERIES II: COURT ORDER ADVISORY COMMITTEE RECORDS, circa 1970-1979
  • SERIES III: UNITED INNER CITY DEVELOPMENT FOUNDATION RECORDS, 1971-1972
  • SERIES IV: SOUTHWEST WORKERS' FEDERATION RECORDS, circa 1973-1977
  • SERIES V: ALASKA CANNERY WORKERS ASSOCIATION RECORDS, 1973-1974
  • SERIES VI: ORGANIZING COMMITTEE FOR AN IDEOLOGICAL CENTER RECORDS, circa 1973-1981
  • SERIES VII: AMERICAN FRIENDS SERVICE COMMITTEE, PACIFIC NORTHWEST REGIONAL OFFICE RECORDS, circa 1971-1988
  • SERIES VIII: TYREE SCOTT PERSONAL PAPERS, circa 1975-1995
  • SERIES IX: BEVERLY SIMS PAPERS, circa 1975-1995
  • SERIES X: MICHAEL D. WOO PAPERS, Undated
  • SERIES XI: NORTHWEST LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT LAW OFFICE (LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT LAW OFFICE) RECORDS, circa 1970-1995

Scope and Content

Contains correspondence, minutes, financial reports, manpower compliance reports, subject files, newsletters, speeches and writings, published materials, and other materials documenting the efforts of the United Construction Workers Association to integrate the building trades. Also includes case files, correspondence, minutes, and other records of the Northwest Labor and Employment Law Office, Court Order Advisory Committee, Southwestern Workers' Federation, Organizing Committee for an Ideological Center, and the American Friends Service Committee Pacific Northwest Regional Office. A group of materials representing the work of Michael Woo, who aided Asian and Alaska Native seasonal cannery workers, is included. Personal papers of Scott's wife, Beverly Sims, whose work focused on labor issues surrounding women's rights, third world countries, and native peoples, also form part of the collection.

Restrictions on Access

Open to all users, but access to portions of the papers is restricted. Contact Special Collections for details.

Restrictions on Use

Literary rights of representatives of the records-creating organizations transferred to the University of Washington Libraries.

Acquisition Info

Donated by Tyree Scott in two installments on January 31, 2001 and April 6, 2001.

Processing Info

Partially processed.

91 photographic prints, 81 35mm negatives and 204 35mm color slides were relocated to the Tyree Scott Photograph Collection, Photograph Collection 1093 within Special Collections in April 2002. Subjects of the photographs and negatives consist mainly of United Construction Workers Association demonstrations and events. The slides include images from Tyree Scott and Michael Woo’s trip to China in 1975, a trip to Cuba that same year, and images relating to the Ward’s Cove court case.


Inventory

  
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SERIES I: UNITED CONSTRUCTION WORKERS ASSOCIATION RECORDS circa 1970-1981
Arrangement: Organized into 8 subseries:
  • Subseries A: Organizational Records
  • Subseries B: United Construction Workers Association, Board of Directors Records
  • Subseries C: United Construction Workers Association, Electricians Committee Records
  • Subseries D: United Construction Workers Association, Ironworkers Committee Records
  • Subseries E: United Construction Workers Association, Oilers and Operators Committee Records
  • Subseries F: United Construction Workers Association, Plumbers and Pipefitters Committee Records
  • Subseries G: United Construction Workers Association, Sheetmetal Workers Committee Records
  • Subseries H: United Construction Workers Association, Oakland, California Board of Directors Records
Scope and Content: The United Construction Workers Association records date from 1970 to 1981 and contain correspondence, minutes, financial records, reports, speeches and writings, news releases, subject series, membership and job applications, discrimination complaints, published materials including fliers and brochures, notes and research materials. The materials document United Construction Workers Association’s involvement in assisting minority workers through apprenticeship programs and hiring processes, their pursuit of court action in discrimination cases and their efforts in community organization and general activist work.
The correspondence includes communications with a variety of workers, employers, unions and apprenticeship programs, Washington state and Seattle city legislators, municipal agencies and community organizations.
Subject files are a significant part of this series, containing files on the many organizations with which the United Construction Workers Association worked and a variety of different projects in which they were involved. One of the most important of these is the No Separate Peace. No Separate Peace was a monthly publication produced by a subcommittee of United Construction Workers Association members; Tyree Scott, Beverly Sims and Michael Woo were heavily involved. Materials in this series include minutes of the No Separate Peace board of directors, correspondence, a sampling of published issues (dating from 1975-76 and 1978), drafts of articles, research material and photographs dating from 1975 to 1978.
Other significant records include the affirmative action plans, which besides containing employment/race statistics and information on regional affirmative action plans, also holds correspondence and other records of the failed Seattle Plan of the early 1970s. Records relating to the United States Department of Labor also contain correspondence about the Seattle Plan, as well as on funding for the United Construction Workers Association.
Records for the United Construction Workers Association main board of directors and the Oakland board of directors both contain minutes and correspondence of these bodies.
Records for the trades committees mostly contain materials relating to education and examinations for apprenticeship and journeyman status in each of the trades. Some minutes and correspondence are also found here.
Subseries A: Organizational Records
1Historical FeaturesUndated
1Organizational FeaturesUndated
1Incoming Letters1970-1978
Outgoing Letters1970-1976
1-2General Correspondence1971-1979, 1981, Undated
2Minutes1970-1975
2Financial Records1972-1979, 1981, Undated
3Membership and Job Applications
Scope and Content: The Membership and Job Applications files contain both forms for membership in the United Construction Workers Association and for inquiries into specific positions. Since the United Construction Workers Association was an official channel to local apprenticeship programs, workers often became members of the United Construction Workers Association as a first step in the process of seeking employment, thus making it difficult to separate job and membership applications logically.
Restrictions on Access: Restricted.
4-5Manpower Compliance Reports
Scope and Content: Manpower Compliance Reports are compilations of statistical data concerning minority involvement in construction projects collected from individual work sites. The reports list the trades, skill level (apprentice/journeyman), and race of each worker on a site for a period of time, sometimes breaking down the number of hours worked by each. Projects and employers include the University of Washington, Weyerhauser, the domed stadium project (Kingdome), Rainier Tower, Larkin Potts, and Washington State Highway projects.
6Reports1972-1974, Undated
Processing Info: Some folders in Box 6 were removed due to privacy issues relating to attorney-client privelege, the work product rule, and personal information.
6Speeches and Writings1975, 1981, Undated
6Press Statements and Releases1970-1975, Undated
6Surveys1977
6Discrimination Complaints1971, 1975, Undated
6Fliers and Brochures1975-1976, Undated
Subject Files1970-1979, Undated
6Affirmative Action
6Asbestos
6Attica/John Hill
6Board of Public Works Contracts
6Brownie's Art and Printing
6Carpenters
6Central Contractors Association
6Central Seattle Community Council
6El Centro de la Raza
6-7CETA (Comprehensive Employment and Training Act)
7China (Tyree Scott's trip)
7Community Meeting
7Community Services
7Compliance Officers
7Construction Trade Information
7Contract Compliance
7CONTROL (Contractors Organized to Lobby)
7Credit Union
7Denver (trade union conference)
7Employment Discrimination
7Employment Opportunities Center
7Fundraising
7Humanities Grants
7Dan Hurvitz's Paper
7International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers
7International Women's Day
7Joint Labor Negotiating Committee
7Juneteenth
7KDP - Katipunan ng mga Demokratikong Pilipino (Union of Democratic Filipinos)
7King-Snohomish Manpower Consortium
7Kirkpatrick, Ken A.
7Labor Laws
7Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights
7Light Brigade
7Longshoremen
7Machinist Training
7McKenzie River Gathering
7Metal Trade - Washington
7Mid-West Academy
7Mozambique - Film and Slideshow Presentation
8National Association of Minority Contractors
8National Conference of Christians and Jews
8No Separate Peace
8Oakland - Seattle Joint Meetings
8Open House
8Operation Breakthrough
8Pack Rats Association
8Pan American World Airways
8Parole and Work Release
8Peace Task Force
8Picnic
8Pierce County Statistics
8Pittsburgh Plan
8Plumbers Strike - Local #32 - 1976
8Poetry
8Programs
8Project Equality
8Protests and Actions
8Related Programs
8San Francisco
8Seattle
8Seattle Housing Authority
8-9Seattle Model City Program
Processing Info: Some folders in Box 9 were removed due to privacy issues relating to attorney-client privelege, the work product rule, and personal information.
9Seattle Port
9Seattle City Council Committee
9Seattle City Light
9Seattle-King County Plan
9SKCYAC Summer Program (Seattle King County Youth Activities Council?)
9Seattle vs. Kozu
9Seattle Opportunities Industrialization Center
9Southwest Workers Federation
9Sports Program
9Tacoma
9Teamsters
9Third World Newsreel
9Third World Women's Task Force
9Trade Library
9Union Material
9United Automobile, Aerospace and Agricultural Implement Workers of America. Local 813 Unity Caucus
9United Methodist Church, Commission on Religion and Race
9United Minority Transport Workers Association
9United Minority Workers
9United States Justice Department.
9United States Labor Department
9United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
9United States Postal Service
9Wages
9Washington State Manpower Planning Council
9Women in Construction
Case Files
United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission vs. Local 86
21General Correspondence1972-1976, 1979
21Quarterly Reports1974-1977, 1979-1980
21Court Papers1970-1978
Subject Files
21Equal Employment Opportunity Commission Compliance1977
21Ironworkers v. Herrick Corporation [Hayward, California]1975
21Plasterers and Cement Masons1973-1976
21United States v. Ironworkers, Local 861 - Title VII1972-1973
21United Construction Workers Association v. Peter Brennan1974
21Manual: United States Department of Labor, Operations Manual: Contract Compliance in Construction1976
9Register - Attendance
10Lists
10Notes
10Research Materials
Scope and Content: Includes the "Excepted People: The Migrant Workers in Washington State," by Tom Chambers, Undated.
10Publications
10Forms
10Ephemera
10Clippings
10Miscellany
Subseries B: United Construction Workers Association, Board of Directors Records
Organizational FeaturesUndated
10-11Minutes and Agenda1971, 1974-1978
Subseries C: United Construction Workers Association, Electricians Committee
11General Correspondence1972-1976, Undated
11Minutes1971-1978
11Subject File - Education And Examinations1977, Undated
11Attendance Records1975-1976
11Miscellany
11Special Apprenticeship Sub-committee1972-1973
11 Subseries D: United Construction Workers Association, Ironworkers Committee 1971, 1974-1977
11 Subseries E: United Construction Workers Association, Oilers and Operators Committee 1971, 1974-1977
11 Subseries F: United Construction Workers Association, Plumbers and Pipefitters Committee 1974-1978
12 Subseries G: United Construction Workers Association, Sheetmetal Workers Committee 1970, 1975-1976
12 Subseries H: United Construction Workers Association, Oakland Board of Directors 1973-1974

  
SERIES II: COURT ORDER ADVISORY COMMITTEE RECORDS circa 1970-1979
Scope and Content: The Court Order Advisory Committee series consists of one cubic foot of records dating from 1970 to 1979. This series includes correspondence, minutes, reports and other records relating to the Court Order Advisory Committee’s work in monitoring the progress of local unions and businesses in their progress towards meeting the requirements of Judge Lindberg’s rulings.
Historical and Organizational Features
Incoming Letters
12Lindberg, William J, Judge1972-1978
12Seattle Area Plumbing and Pipefitting Apprentice and Journeyman Training Trust1970, Undated
12United Construction Workers Association1976
12A - Z1971-1976
12Outgoing Letters1971-1978
12Intraorganizational Correspondence1971-1979
General Correspondence of Others
12United Construction Workers Association1970-1972, Undated
12Miscellaneous1973-1976, Undated
Minutes and Agenda
12General1970-1979
12Subcommittees1972-1973
12Minutes of Others1976
12Financial Records
Reports
12Monthly Reports1970-1978
12Monthly Data Sheets1971-1977
12Basic Data Sheets
13Accountants' Reports
13Reports from United Construction Workers Association
13Miscellaneous
13Proposals And Agreements
13Court Papers
13Lists
13Miscellany

  
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13 SERIES III: UNITED INNER CITY DEVELOPMENT FOUNDATION RECORDS 1971-1972, Undated
Scope and Content: The United Inner City Development Foundation is a small (about 0.2 cubic feet) series mostly containing correspondence with the United Inner City Development Foundation and organizational information on this and several other local community organizations. The materials date from 1971 and 1972 and were collected by Todd Hawkins, a member of both United Construction Workers Association and the United Inner City Development Foundation.

  
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SERIES IV: SOUTHWEST WORKERS' FEDERATION RECORDS circa 1973-1977
Scope and Content: The Southwestern Workers Federation series consists of about 0.42 cubic feet of records dating from 1973 to 1977. These records document the United Construction Workers Association’s work in establishing this sister organization, particularly Tyree Scott and Todd Hawkin’s trips to the cities in the area. The cities visited include: Little Rock and Pine Bluff, Arkansas; Monroe and Shreveport, Louisiana; Oklahoma City and Tulsa, Oklahoma; Austin, Tyler and Waco, Texas. The city files and the event files on the Dallas meetings make up the bulk of this series, which also includes organizational information, minutes of advisory board meetings, speeches, writings, and newsletters.
13Organizational Features
13Minutes and Agenda - Quarterly Advisory Board Meetings1973-1977
13Speeches and Writings
13Proposals
13Newsletters1975-1976
13Event Files - Dallas Meetings1973
City Files
13Austin, Texas
13Little Rock, Arkansas
13Monroe, Louisiana
13Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
13Pine Bluff, Arkansas
13Shreveport, Louisiana
13Tulsa, Oklahoma
13Tyler, Texas
13Waco, Texas
13Subject File - Wages

  
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13 SERIES V: ALASKA CANNERY WORKERS ASSOCIATION RECORDS 1973-1974, Undated
Scope and Content: The Alaska Cannery Workers is another small series containing only three file folders of material from 1973 and 1974. The series contains correspondence, minutes, and reports – including reports by the United Construction Workers Association on the formation and progress of Alaska Cannery Workers Association.

  
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SERIES VI: ORGANIZING COMMITTEE FOR AN IDEOLOGICAL CENTER RECORDS circa 1973-1981
Arrangement: Arranged in 3 subseries:
  • Subseries A: Organizational Records
  • Subseries B: Committee Records
  • Subseries C: Related Organizations
Scope and Content: The Organizing Committee for an Ideological Center series consists of 1.8 cubic feet of records dating from 1973 to 1981. The bulk of this series actually consists of records from the various groups affiliated with the Organizing Committee for an Ideological Center. The largest of these is the Seattle Worker’s Group. These materials date from 1976 to 1979 and contain organizational information, correspondence, minutes, reports and subject series. The subject files make up the bulk of their records, and mostly consist of writings, reports and statements concerning the topic of the file.
Records of other organizations within the Organizing Committee for an Ideological Center series mostly contain reports, statements and writings about the activities of the regional groups. Some correspondence is included (often between Tyree Scott and the group) and occasional minutes. The bulk of these materials date from 1977 to 1980.
Another significant portion of the Organizing Committee for an Ideological Center series are the subject files, which also consist mostly of writings, statements, and reports concerning the subject matter, with some minutes and agenda in the conference files and occassional correspondence. The Organizing Committee for an Ideological Center series also contains minutes, speeches and writings, and notes.
Organizational Records
14Organizational FeaturesUndated
14Minutes1978
14Speeches and Writings1977-1980, Undated
14Lists
14Notes
14Miscellany
Subject Files1974-1981, Undated
14Buffalo Workers Movement
14Cadre Meetings
14Criticism/Self-Criticism
14Collapse of Organizing Committee for an Ideological Center
14Five Questions
14G-4
14Local Centers
14Milwaukee Conference
14Party Building
14Point 18 Conference
14Portland Waterways Terminal
14Regional Meetings
14Western Regional Conference on Draft Plan
Committee Records
14Organizing Committee for an Ideological Center, Committee of Five1977-1978
14Organizing Committee for an Ideological Center, Steering Committee1978-1979
Related Organizations
14Bay Area Workers Organizing Committee1980
14Boc1978
14El Comite - Movimiento De Izquierda Nacional Puertorriqueno (Movement of the Puerto Rican National Left)1978-1979
14Guardian Club Network1978-1979
14Los Angeles Workers Group1975-1976
14Milwaukee Alliance1978
14National Network of Marxist/leninist Clubs1978-1979
14Pasadena Community Information CenterUndated
14Philadelphia Workers Organizing Committee1973-1980
Seattle Workers Group
15Historical FeaturesUndated
15Organizational Features1976, Undated
15Incoming Letters1979, Undated
15Outgoing Letters1978
15Minutes1976, Undated
15Research MaterialUndated
15Subject Files
15Class AnalysisUndated
15Criticism/Self-CriticismUndated
15Forum with Guardian Club1978-1979
15Marxist/Leninist Education Project1979
15Notes on OrganizationUndated
15Study Notes/Study Meetings1977, Undated
15Trade UnionUndated
15United Construction Workers AssociationUndated
15Work Place InvestigationUndated
15Workers PartyUndated
15MiscellanyUndated
15Socialist Organizing Committee1977-1978

  
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SERIES VII: AMERICAN FRIENDS SERVICE COMMITTEE, PACIFIC NORTHWEST REGIONAL OFFICE RECORDS circa 1971-1988
Scope and Content: The American Friends Service Committee series consists of cubic feet of records and dates from 1971 to 1988 (bulk 1973-1979). This series contains correspondence, minutes and agenda, financial records, speeches and writings, news releases and subject files that document both the American Friends Service Committee’s assistance to the United Construction Workers Association and other social justice programs and activities with which Committee was been involved. Records of the Third World Coalition include correspondence, minutes and agenda, writings, reports and newsletters that document Tyree Scott and Beverly Sim’s activity in this division of the American Friends Service Committee in the late 1970s.
16Organizational Features
15Outgoing Letters1971-1979
15Intraorganizational Correspondence1972-1979
16Minutes and Agenda1973-1979, 1988
16Financial Records
16Speeches and Writings
16Proposals
16Reports
16News Releases
16Job Descriptions
16Publications
Subject Files
16Angola
16Atlanta Meeting
16Cummins Engine Foundation
16Dallas (travel information)
16Gay/Lesbian Program
16Olongopo Film
16Women's Conference
16Women's Program
16Miscellany
16Affirmative Action Committee Records
Third World Coalition Records
16Incoming Letters1973-1979
16Outgoing Letters1976
16Intraorganizational Correspondence1973-1979
16Minutes and Agenda1975-1977
16Speeches and Writings
16Reports
16Proposals
16Newsletters
Subject Series
16Philadelphia
16Retreat
16Review
16Notes and Ephemera
16Miscellany
16Labor Task Force
16Women's Task Force

  
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SERIES VIII: TYREE SCOTT PERSONAL PAPERS circa 1975-1995
Scope and Content: The personal papers of Tyree Scott consist of 0.4 cubic feet of letters, financial records, extensive handwritten notes including drafts of speeches, appointment and address books, subject files, and ephemera dating from 1975 to 1995.
16Incoming Letters1978
16Financial Records1978
16Appointment Books1975-1978
16Address BooksUndated
17Notes
Subject Series
17Housing Lots1979
17National Lawyer's Guild1976
17RedliningUndated
17Southern Africa1985, 1995, Undated
17Newsletters - Communist Newsletters (photocopies)
17Cards
17Ephemera
17Miscellany

  
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SERIES IX: BEVERLY SIMS PAPERS circa 1975-1995
Scope and Content: The personal papers of Beverly Sims consist of 1.2 cubic feet of subject files, correspondence, writings, notes, and ephemera relating to Sim’s own interests and activist projects, including those related to rights of women, third world countries and native peoples. Of particular interest is the subject file on the NGO Forum on Women held Beijing in 1995; Sims was an attendee of this conference.
17Correspondence1975-1976, 1982
17Writings of Others
17Newsletters1975-1976, Undated
Subject Files
17Africa (Angola)
17Black Unemployed Workers Organizing Committee
17Campfire House
17Center for Law and Social Policy
17Central Area Motivation Program (CAMP)
17Committee to Save our Hiring Hall
17Cuba
17International Paper
17Latin America
17Middle East
17MITOS
17Native Americans
17-18NGO Forum on Women; Beijing, 19951995
18Notary Public
18Rape Relief
18Resources for Community Change
18Seattle Liberation Coalition
18Study Group
18Venceremos Brigade
18Women's Struggles
18Case Files - Advocates For Women V. Marshall, Department of Labor1978-1979
18Notes
18Lists
18Leaflets, Fliers and Handouts
18Forms
18Ephemera
18Clippings

  
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18 SERIES X: MICHAEL D. WOO PAPERS Undated
Scope and Content: Contains two folders of financial records, correspondence, and writings concerning his activities within the United Construction Workers Association.

  
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SERIES XI: NORTHWEST LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT LAW OFFICE (LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT LAW OFFICE) RECORDS circa 1970-1995
Arrangement: Arranged in 5 subseries:
  • Subseries A: Organizational Records
  • Subseries B: Mozambique
  • Subseries C: Puget Sound Development Foundation
  • Subseries D: Legal Services Center
  • Subseries E: Case Files and Legal Papers
Scope and Content: The Labor and Employment Law Office series consists of 55 cubic feet of records. Case files make up a large portion of this series, and include the Yates vs. Local 7, Domingo vs. New England Fish Company, Atonio vs. Wards Cove Packing Company, and others. Also included are correspondence, minutes, financial records, files on Labor and Employment Law Office’s work in Mozambique, slides, and cassette tapes. This material has not been fully processed, so more information on scope, content or date span of these records is not available. Boxes 27, 28, 48, 29, 50, 51, 66, 72, and 73 were removed due to privacy issues relating to attorney-client privelege, the work product rule, and personal information. Folders containing similar materials were removed from boxes 23-74. Boxes 36, 53, 57, 67, and 69 were consolidated into the boxes listed below during preliminary procesing.
Organizational Records
18Organizational and Historical Features1977-1979, Undated
General Correspondence
18Ford Foundation1974
18Gibbs, Douglas, Theiler, & Yarshefsky re: loan1980
18John Hay Whitney Foundation1973-1974
18Northwest Chicano Radio Network1989
18Public Welfare Foundation1978-1979
18United Farm Workers Service Center1975-1976
18United States Internal Revenue Service1974-1979
18Warsh, Herman (The Youth Project)1979-1981
18Miscellaneous1973-1977, 1987-1990
Minutes & Agenda
18Board of Directors Meetings1973, 1977, 1987-1990
18Executive Committee Meetings1987-1988
19Staff Meetings1977-1978
Subject Files
19"A Dry White Season" Film Screening1989
19Alternative Trade Organizations1988
19Comite De Apoyo A Los Trabajadores Agricolas (CATA)1989-1990
19Committee for Economic Opportunity re: Port of Seattle1989-1990
19Community Forum on Malcolm X1990
19Divestment of Seattle City Employees' Pension Fund1988-1990
19Domingo Viernes Jefferson Fund1987
19Justice for Janitors1989-1990
19Labor and Employment Law Office Work re: Cuba1990
19Oregon Reforestation Cooperative1988-1991
19Planning for Progressive Agendas Conference1990-1991
19Port of Seattle1989-1990
19Port of Seattle re: South Africa1989
19Puget Sound Conversion Project Sub-Lease1980
19Seafood Workers Educational & Economic Project (SWEEP)1987-1989
19Title VII Project1975-1978
19Udall, Morris1972-1976
19United States Department of Labor Bid Conditionscirca 1970
19Washington Association for Community Economic Development1989
19Washington State Department of Labor and Industries' Proposal re: Children and Farm Labor1990-1991
19Speeches and WritingsUndated
19Financial Records1974, 1989-1990, Undated
19Ordinance - City Of Seattle Amendment of Women's and Minority Utilization Ordinance1989
19Court Papers - Stamps Vs. Detroit Edison1973
Cassette Tapes
19Meeting of Labor and Employment Law Office & 'Feb. 19th Employment Coalition at the CAMP [Central Area Motivation Program] Firehouse "ca. 1993-1994
19Rami - Dictation re: migrant seasonal labor force and minority workers in canneries (discrimination)Undated
19NotesUndated
19Miscellany1977, 1989, Undated
Mozambique
19Historical FeaturesUndated
General Correspondence
19re: Cashews, Official Documents, etc.1988-1990
19R.J. Hyslop & Associates1991
19re: Tyree in Mozambique1991
19Miscellaneous1988, 1992-1995
Project Files
19African/Northwest Construction Exchange1989-1991
20Art Project1988, Undated
20Cashew Project (Market Info)
20Market Info1989-1990
20Meetings1987-1990, Undated
20Sales1989-1991
20Citrus1991, Undated
20Fishing PlanUndated
20Housing Rehabilitation in MaputoUndated
20Medical Equipment Donation1988-1990
20Mozambican Relief1988
20Rehabilitation of Umbeluzi Production Centercirca 1990
20Seafood1991
20Seeds1991
20Tazama Visit1990
20Timber1990
20Travel to Mozambique1988, Undated
20Miscellaneous Projects1986-1988
Subject Files
20Election Monitoring1994
20Establishment of Mozambique Projects1984-1986
20Flight Delivery1991
20Glocomco Church Investors1990-1991
20Material Aid Shipment Guidelines1988
20Mozambique1988-1989
20Nealy, MarcUndated
20Press Conference re: Missionaries/Renamo1989
20Shipping1989-1990
20Soderquist, Steve1991
20Tyree in Mozambique1990-1991
20White, Tony1990, Undated
20Wood Processing Facility1990
20Publications - Revista Fiscal and Tempo1989-1990
20PhotographsUndated
20Notebook re: Tyree's Work in Mozambiquecirca 1990
20Miscellany1983, 1990-1994, Undated
20-21Puget Sound Development Foundation1989-1990
Processing Info: Some folders in Box 21 were removed due to privacy issues relating to attorney-client privelege, the work product rule, and personal information.
21Legal Services Center1973-1974
Case Files and Legal Papers
Box/Folder
22/1Sybil Brown v. Puget Sound Electrical Apprenticeship & Training Trustcirca 1970s and 1980s
22/2John G. Yates, Apprenticeship Agreement1973
22/3Yates v. Asbestos Workers Pleadings II, File 1 of 21975
22/4Yates v. Asbestos Workers Pleadings II, File 2 of 21975
22/5Yates v. Local 7, International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers, Pleadings III, File 1 of 21975
22/6Yates v. Local 7, International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers, Pleadings III, File 2 of 21975
22/7Yates v. Local 7, International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers, Pleadings III, File 1 of 21975
22/8Yates v. Local 7, International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers, Pleadings III, File 2 of 21975
22/9Yates v. Local 7, International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers Pleading File IV, File 1 of 21975
22/10Yates v. Local 7, International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers Pleading File IV, File 2 of 21975
22/11Yates v. Local 7, International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers, Pleadings IV, File 1 of 21975
22/12Yates v. Local 7, International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers, Pleadings IV, File 2 of 21975
22/13Yates v. Local 7, International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers, Pleadings V, File 1 of 21975-1976
22/14Yates v. Local 7, International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers, Pleadings V, File 2 of 21975-1976
22/15Yates v. Local 7, International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers Pleading, File VI, Long List of Local 7 applicants in 19751976
22/16Yates v. Local 7, International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers, Pleadings VI1976
22/17Yates v. Local 7, International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers, Pleadings VII1976-1977
22/18Yates v. Local 7, International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers, Pleadings VIII1972-1977
22/19Yates v. Local 7, International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers, Pleading File VIII, Part 11977
23/1Yates v. Local 7, International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers, Pleading File VIII, Part 21977
23/2Yates v. Local 7, International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers, Pleadings IX, Mail Affidavits1977-1978
23/3Yates v. Local 7, International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers, Pleadings IX, Apprenticeship Applications, Part 11978
23/4Yates v. Local 7, International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers, Pleadings IX, Apprenticeship Applications, Part 21978
23/5Yates v. Local 7, International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers, Pleadings X1978
23/6Yates v. Local 7, International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers, Pleadings X, Evidence1978
23/7Yates v. Local 7, International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers, Pleadings XI, Part11978
23/8Yates v. Local 7, International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers, Pleadings XI, Part21978
23/9Yates v. Local 7, International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers, Pleadings XI, Notice of Removal of Restricted Materials, Subpoenas1978
23/10Yates v. Local 7, International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers, Pleadings XII, Part 11978-1979
23/11Yates v. Local 7, International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers, Pleadings XII, Part 21978-1979
23/12Yates v. Local 7, International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers, Pleadings XII1979
23/13Yates v. Local 7, International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers, Pleadings XIII, Subpoenas to Testify, Part 11979
23/14Yates v. Local 7, International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers, Pleadings XIII, Subpoenas to Testify, Part 21979
23/15Yates v. Local 7, International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers, Pretrial Order- Final1979
23/16Yates v. Local 7, International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers, O-CF Appeals File1978
23/17Yates v. Local 7, International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers, O-CF Appeals File1978
23/18Yates v. Local 7, International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers, First Interrogation to Local 7 and Joint Apprenticeship Committee (JAC)1974
23/19Owens-Corning Fiberglas Corporation's (OCF) Second Interrogatories to Plaintiffs1977
24/1Owens-Corning Fiberglas Corporation's (OCF) First Interrogatories to Plaintiffs, Notice of Removal of Restricted materials1975
24/2Local 7 First Interrogatories, Notice of Removal of Restricted materials1971-1975
24/3Yates v. Local 7 Joint Apprenticeship Committee (JAC) Answers to Interrogatories, Apprenticeship Applications1975
24/4Yates v. Local 7 Interrogatories1976
24/5Yates v. Local 7 Joint Apprenticeship Committee (JAC) Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers et al., Answers to Interrogatories1975
24/6Local 7 First Interrogatories- Defendant with Answers1974-1975
24/7Yates v. Asbestos Workers Pleadings I, Part 1 of 21975-1976
24/8Yates v. Asbestos Workers Pleadings I, Part 2 of 21975-1976
24/9Yates v. Asbestos Workers Pleadings I, Interrogatories, Part 1 of 21975
24/10Yates v. Asbestos Workers Pleadings I, Interrogatories, Part 2 of 21975
24/11Yates v. Asbestos Workers Pleadings II, Part 1 of 21975
24/12Yates v. Asbestos Workers Pleadings II, Part 2 of 21975
24/13Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers, Back Pay Claims- Originals From Clerk's Office1980
24/14Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers, Back Pay Claims1980
24/15Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers, Back Pay Claims- Originals From Clerk's Office1980
24/16Litigation Expenses--Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers1975-1980
24/17Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers, Back Pay Claims1980
24/18Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers, Proposed Pretrial Orders1979
25/1Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers, Exhibit List1979
25/2Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers, Deposition of Louis Meschke1979
25/3Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers, Deposition of Jose Aguilar1979
25/4Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers, Mario Peter Scontrino Testimony1979
25/5Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers, Mario Peter Scontrino Testimony1979
25/6Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers, Chuck Flint Deposition & Exhibits1973-1975
25/7Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers, Deposition of Reyes Mirabal1979
25/8Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers, Deposition of Emily Van Bronkhorst1977
25/9Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers, Deposition of Walter Strigen1976
25/10Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers, Deposition of Thompson, Donald1976
25/11Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers, Deposition of Bertram J. Molker1976
25/12Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers, Deposition of Planichich, John1975-1977
25/13Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers, Deposition of Mike McGinness1970-1978
25/14Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers, Deposition of Ken McCaffree1976
25/15Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers, Exhibits to McCaffree Deposition1976
25/16Yates v. Metalclad Insulation, Pleadings I1979
25/17Yates v. Metalclad Insulation, Pleading II1979-1980
25/18Yates v. Metaclad Insulation, Pleading II1979
25/19Yates v. Metalclad, Dispatch List1965-1969
25/20Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers, Deposition of Jerrold Sproat.1976
25/21Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers, Deposition of Michael Strigen, US entry papers1976
25/22Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers, Western Insulation Contractors Association (WICA) Deposition1969-1975
25/23Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers et al., Deposition of Ken McCaffree1979
25/24Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers, Deposition of Harold Stenberg1976
25/25Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers et al. John Ashley Deposition1979
25/26Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers et al., Deposition of Ben Bradley1979
25/27Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers et al. Deposition of Ed Lontz, All Hiring Hall Lists1976-1979
26/1Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers et al. Deposition of Edward Lontz1979
26/2Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers et al., Deposition of Roy Tonneson1979
26/3Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers et al., Deposition of David L. Wells1976
26/4Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers et al., Deposition of David Wells1975-1976
26/5Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers et al., Deposition of Joseph Williams1977
26/6Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers et al., Deposition of Michael McGinnis1979
26/7Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers et al., Deposition of Michael McGinnis1979
26/8Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers et al., Deposition of Gregory Buford1979
26/9Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers et al., Deposition of Gregory Buford1979
26/10Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers et al., Deposition of Axel L. Peterson1976
26/11Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers et al., Exhibits to Peterson Deposition1976
26/12Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers et al., Deposition of Billy Philley1975
26/13Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers et al., Deposition of Terry Philley1975
26/14Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers et al., Deposition of Ed Lontz1976
26/15Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers et al., Deposition of Ed Lontz1976-1977
26/16Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers et al., Deposition of John Yates1979
26/17Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers et al., Deposition of John Yates1979
26/18Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers et al., Deposition of John Yates1979
26/19Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers et al., Deposition of Bill Bartlet1979
26/20Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers et al., Deposition of Bill Bartlet1979
26/21Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers et al., Deposition of Ted Dana1979
26/22Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers et al., Deposition of Ted Dana1979
26/23Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers et al., Exhibits of the Deposition of Gary King1969
27/1Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers et al., Exhibits to Boscovich Deposition1976
27/2Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers et al., Exhibits to Gary King Deposition1972
27/3Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers et al., Gary King Deposition1975-1979
27/4Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers et al., Deposition of George Boscovitch1976
27/5Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers et al., Deposition of Douglas Lavan1976
27/6Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers et al., Deposition of Wesley Chase1976
27/7Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers et al., Deposition of James Chew1976
27/8Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers et al., Carvel del Fierro-Witness File1979
27/9Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers et al., Deposition of Fred George1977
27/10Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers et al., Deposition of Richard Keely1979
27/11Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers et al., Exhibits to Richard Keely Deposition1978-1979
27/12Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers et al., Deposition of Glen Blakely1979
27/13Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers et al., Deposition of Ronald Price1979
27/14Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers et al., Deposition of Harley Bird1979
27/15Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers et al., Deposition of William C. Blair1976
27/16Local 7 Pretrial Order1977
27/17Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers et al., Exhibits, Harley Bird Deposition1979
27/18Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers et al., Michael Mack- Witness File1979
27/19Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers et al., Materials Produced by Joint Apprenticeship Committee (JAC)1979
27/20Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers et al., Class Member Mailing1978
27/21Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers et al., Apprenticeship Mailing List1978
27/22Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers et al., Local 7 Address Search1977
27/23Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers et al., Western Insulation Contractors Association (WICA) Affirmative Action Documents1978
27/24Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers et al., Manuel Rodriguez- Witness File1977
27/25Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers et al., Search for Potential Class Members1972-1973
27/26Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers et al., Miscellaneous Trial Exhibits, Member lists, Charts1971-1978
27/27Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers et al., Affirmative Action File IIcirca 1970s and 1980s
27/28Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers et al., Consent Decree1972
27/29Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers et al., Brand-Parsons Notices1969-1972
27/30Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers et al., Gregory Buford- Witness File1979
27/31Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers et al., Documents Produced by Local 7, Deposition of Edward T Lontz, Wages and Working Conditions1969-1972
27/32Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers et al., Chuck Luck Deposition1973
27/33Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers et al., Documents Produced By Local 7, Rodriguez File1972-1975
27/34Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers et al., MC Caffree Negotiating Notes1979
27/35Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers et al., Updating Pretrial Order1972
27/36Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers et al., O-CF Dispatches1969-1975
27/37Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers et al., O-CF Appeal- Working File1977
27/38Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers et al., Apprenticeship Program1971-1975
27/39Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers et al., General Planning1974
27/40Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers et al., Deposition of Ed Lontz1971-1974
27/41Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers et al., O-CF Joinder Motion1969-1973
27/42Yates v. Metaclad Insulation, Discovery Notes1979
27/43Local 7 Rule 19 Joinder Opposition Brief Work1976
27/44Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers et al., Seattle King County Plan1979
28/1Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers et al., brand-Parsons Notice mailing1980
28/2Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers et al., Pretrial Exhibits 250-272circa 1970s and 1980s
28/3Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers et al., Pretrial Exhibits 250-2721965-1969
28/4Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers et al., Marc Rosenblum Testimony1979
28/5Farell E. Bloch- Possibly Resume1979
28/6Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers et al., Documents Produced by Local 7 Former Tests1974
28/7Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers et al., Pretrial Order Exhibits no. 249-2551972-1976
28/8Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers et al., Labor Market Area1975-1985
28/9Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers et al., Labor Market Area1970-1976
28/10Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers et al., Deposition of Seattle School District I1979
28/11Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers et al., Discovery of Absent Class Members1977
28/12Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers et al., Local 7 Miscellaneous1977
28/13Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers et al., Dispatch Book1970-1976
28/14Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers et al., S.1292 (b) Appeals1959-1966
28/15Memos of Intent Under Section 1981, Section 1985 & Section 703 (h)1978
28/16Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers et al., Deposition of Local 302 (Yates, Buford & Aguillar - Jesse, Jerry Rye)1979
28/17Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers et al., Oral Argument File (Class Issue)1975-1976
28/18Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers et al., Documents Relating to Affirmative Action1970-1974
28/19Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers et al., Apprenticeship Rotation1974-1976
28/20Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers et al., Pre-Trial Order Exhibits 201-219, Contains the Constitution and By-Laws of the International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers1970-1976
28/21Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers et al., Pre-Trial Order Exhibits 63-100, Washington Contracts1971-1975
28/22Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers et al., Pre-Trial Order Exhibits 280-2931970-1976
28/23Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers et al., Pre-Trial Order Exhibits 181-2001965-1976
28/24Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers et al., Local 7 Minutes--Body & Executive Board1968-1975
28/25Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers et al., Pre-Trial Order Exhibits 256-2791972
28/26Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers et al., Western Insulation Contractors Association (WICA) Minutes1970-1975
28/27Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers et al., Joint Apprenticeship Committee (JAC) Trust Agreement1971-1974
28/28Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers et al., Duplicate Minutes (JAC & WICA), Joint Apprenticeship Committee Western Insulation Contractors Association1969-1975
28/29Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers et al., Joint Apprenticeship Committee (JAC) Minutes1966-1975
28/30Bankruptcy and Backpay Recovery1977-1978
28/31Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers et al., Correspondence1973-1976
28/32Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers et al., Correspondence1961-1973
28/33Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers et al., Duplicate Correspondence1968-1975
28/34Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers et al., Pre-Trial Order Exhibits 1-611968-1976
28/35Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers et al., Miscellaneous Documents1970-1975
29/1Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers et al., Pre-Trial Order- New Exhibits1979
29/2Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers et al., Pre-Trial Order- Exhibits Copies 220-2481971-1975
29/3Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers et al., Pre-Trial Order Exhibits (Extras)1971-1975
29/4Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers et al., Pre-Trial Order Exhibits (Extras)1972-1973
29/5Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers et al., Pre Job Conferences1972-1975
29/6Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers et al., Protective Order Motions1972
29/7Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers et al., Documents from U.S. Apprentice and Training Bureau1973-1976
29/8Yates v. Local 7 International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers et al., Equal Employment Opportunity Committee (EEOC) Reports1973-1976
29/9Brown v. Joint Apprenticeship Committee (JAC), Application Log Book1976-1978
29/10Brown v. Joint Apprenticeship Committee (JAC), Application Log Book1969-1970
29/11Brown v. Joint Apprenticeship Committee (JAC) Documents Produced by Defendant. Women Interested in Construction Electrician Apprenticeship1977
29/12Unlabeled File, International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) National Apprenticeship and Training Standards- for Industrial Applications1971
29/13Brown v. Joint Apprenticeship Committee (JAC) Deposition Notes1978
29/14Brown v. Joint Apprenticeship Committee (JAC) Documents Produced by Defendant, Equal Employment Opportunity Apprenticeship Information Report1970
29/15Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al., Misc. unfoldered Document1978
29/16Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al., Correspondence1978
29/17Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al., NEFCO Payroll Register1971-1973
29/18Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al., Fisherman Issue1976
29/19Carpenter v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO), NEFCO Application Log1976
29/20New England Fish Company (NEFCO) Interrogatories Collated1974
29/21Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al., Deposition of Alaska Packers Association [Re Claim of Sam Cabansag1979
29/22Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al., Deposition of Alaska Shell1979
29/23Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al., Deposition of Arthur E. Berthelsen1976
29/24Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al., Deposition of William H. Backman1976
29/25Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al., Deposition of Jose Bartolo1976
29/26Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al., Deposition of Boeing Company1979
29/27Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al., Deposition of Tom Benson1976
29/28Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al., Deposition of Richard Byington1976
29/29Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al., Deposition upon Oral Examination of Constantine Baruso1976
29/30Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al., Deposition of Hugh Carr1975-1976
29/31Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al., Deposition of Hugh Carr1975-1976
29/32Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al., Deposition of Sam Cabansag Jr.1975
29/33Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al., Deposition of Beverly J. Barnes1979
29/34Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al., Deposition of Michael Cervantes1974
29/35Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al., Deposition of Patrick Chestnutt1976
30/1Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al., Deposition of Jesus B. Condes Jr.1976
30/2Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al., Deposition of John M. DeHoogh1976
30/3Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al., Deposition of Tony Diaz1976
30/4Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al., Deposition of Gilbert Edelman1976
30/5Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al., Deposition of Tauno Freeman1976
30/6Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al., Deposition of Leonard Frandsen1976
30/7Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al., Deposition of Arnold Gibson1976
30/8Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al., Deposition of Henry Gunderson (II)1975
30/9Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al., Deposition of Henry Gunderson1976
30/10Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al., Deposition of Jay Gage (Exhibits)1970-1971
30/11Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al., Deposition of Anthony Gregory1976
30/12Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al., Deposition of Jay S. Gage (II)1976
30/13Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al., Deposition of Jay Gage Continued (III + IV)1976
30/14Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al., Exhibits to Arnold Gibson Deposition1976
30/15Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al., Exhibits to Arnold Gibson Deposition1976
30/16Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al., Deposition of Robert Hirstel.1976
30/17Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al., Deposition of Charles K. Hoines1976
30/18Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al., Deposition of Henry Helm1979
30/19Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al., Exhibit from James Jacobsen Deposition1974-1976
30/20Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al., Deposition of James Jacobsen1974
30/21Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al., Deposition of James Jacobsen1976
30/22Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al., Deposition of David Jessup1976
30/23Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al., Deposition of Norman Johnson1976
30/24Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al., Deposition of Loren Kondo1976
30/25Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al., Deposition of Nellie Kookesh1975
30/26Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al., Deposition of Nellie Kookesh1975
30/27Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al., Deposition of John Lyon1976
30/28Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al., Deposition of Libby McNeill1979
30/29Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al., Deposition of William McGrath1976
31/1Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al., Deposition of Agrippina Merculief1975
31/2Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al., Deposition of Donald Mayall1976
31/3Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al., Deposition of Audrey Merculief1975
31/4Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al., Deposition of North Seattle Community College1979
31/5Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al., Deposition of Feliz Narte1976
31/6Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al., Deposition of Dan Nielson1976
31/7Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al., Deposition of Patrick O'Leary1976
31/8Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al., Deposition of Mary Paul1975
31/9Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al., Deposition of Charles Perkins1975
31/10Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al., Purged Deposition of Doug Peralta1976
31/11Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al., Deposition of the Portland School Districtcirca 1970s
31/12Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al., Deposition of Pacific NW Bell1979
31/13Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al., Deposition of W.A. Peterson1976
31/14Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al., Deposition of C. Reed Rogers1976
31/15Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al., Deposition of Renton Vocational1979
31/16Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al., Deposition of Ted Ranjo1976
31/17Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al., Deposition of Marvin Remlinger1976
31/18Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al., Deposition of Ralph Robinson1976
31/19Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al., Deposition of Ingevald Ronnestad1976
31/20Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al., Deposition of Pete Sotello1976
31/21Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al., Deposition of John Sagli Part 1 of 21976
31/22Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al., Deposition of John Sagli Part 2 of 21976
31/23Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al., Deposition of Thomas Sullivan1976
31/24Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al., Deposition of Raymond Spindle1976
31/25Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al., Deposition of Samuel Strauss1975
31/26Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al., Deposition of George Sovik1976
31/27Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al., Deposition of Seattle School District1979
31/28Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al., Deposition of Seattle School District Number 11979
31/29Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al., Deposition of Seattle Central Community College1979
31/30Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al., Deposition of Seattle Prep High School1979
31/31Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al., Deposition of Harold Thom1975
31/32Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al., Deposition of Harold Thom Continued1976
31/33Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al., Deposition of University of Washington1979
31/34Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al., Deposition of John Webby1976
31/35Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al., Deposition of Richard Marvin1979
31/36Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al., Interviews and Factual Background1968-1976
31/37Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al., Employee Form Letterscirca 1970s
31/38Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al., Nicanor Managan-Witness File1975-1976
31/39New England Fish Company (NEFCO)- Job Announcements and Ads1978
31/40Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al., Bogle & Gates1977
31/41Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al., NEFCO Prints (Uganik, Pederson Point)1981
31/42Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al., Discovery Working Filecirca 1970s
31/43Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al., Writ of Mandamus1974-1981
31/44Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al., Relief Stage- Hearing1977
31/45Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al., Relief Stage- Damages ResearchUndated
31/46Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al., Relief Stage-Appointment of Monitor1978-1979
32/1Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al., Hearing1977-1978
32/2Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al., Relief Stage- Proposed Order on Injunctive Relief1977
32/3Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al., Relief Stage- Reply to NEFCO's Supplemental BriefsUndated
32/4Cannery Cases-General Joinder of Unions Issue1976
32/5Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al., Hearing1978
32/6Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al., Facts on Housing DamagesUndated
32/7Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al., Memo on Defining VacanciesUndated
32/8Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al., Relief Stage- Local Rule CR 23 Motion1977
32/9Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al., Appealability of Liability Ruling on MessingUndated
32/10Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al., Relief Stage- Documents1967-1975
32/11Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al., Retroactive Backpay Limitation- Frobig v. HeldUndated
32/12Testimony of Nemesio Domingo Jr.- U.S. Comm. On Civil Rights1981
32/13New England Fish Company (NEFCO)- Housingcirca 1970s
32/14Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al., Relief Stage- Injunctive Relief1978
32/15Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al., Terminated Employees1976
32/16Cannery Cases-General Department of Interior Files Part 1 of 21972-1974
32/17Cannery Cases-General Department of Interior Files Part 2 of 21973-1974
32/18Cannery Cases- More General Department of Interior Files1973-1974
32/19Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al., Laurel Bland Study1975
32/20Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al., Documents Produced- Hiring for tender jobs1973
32/21Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al., More Documents Produced1970-1974
32/22Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al., Temporary Document File1970-1973
32/23Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al., Exhibits- Cannery Chart of Accounts1970-1976
32/24Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al. Miscellaneous Documents- Shipped Egegik and Pederson Point Part 1 of 21970-1974
32/25Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al. Miscellaneous Documents- Shipped Egegik and Pederson Point Part 2 of 21969-1973
32/26Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al. Pretrial Order-Master File1973-1976
32/27Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al. Payroll Register1972-1973
32/28Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al. Pretrial Order- Terminations1970-1973
32/29Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al. Pretrial Order-Qualifications (Machinists)circa 1970s
32/30Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al. Pretrial Order-Hiring for miscellaneous jobs1970
32/31Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al. Pretrial Order-Housing Quality1970-1995
32/32Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al. Pretrial Order-Messing Pattern1973
32/33Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al. Pretrial Order-Food Quality1970-1971
32/34Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al. Pretrial Order-Personnel policies1976
32/35Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al. Pretrial Order-Nepotism1970-1976
32/36Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al. Pretrial Order-Hiring for tender jobs1972-1976
32/37Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al. Pretrial Order-Draws1971-1972
32/38Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al. Pretrial Order-Centralization1970-1974
32/39Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al. Pretrial Order-Policy of Race Discrimination1970-1972
32/40Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al. Pretrial Order-Hiring goal (Statistical)Undated
32/41Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al. Pretrial Order-Job Segregation (Statistical)Undated
32/42Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al. Pretrial Order-Job Segregation (Non-Statistical)1974
32/43Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al. Pretrial Order-Industry Bckgdcirca 1970s
32/44Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al. Pretrial Order-Qualifications (Tender)1970-1976
32/45Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al. Extra Exhibits (Plaintiffs)1967-1972
32/46Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al. Rebuttal Exhibit (Plaintiffs)1970-1976
32/47Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al. Defendant's Exhibits, Part 1 of 2circa 1970s
32/48Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al. Defendant's Exhibits, Part 2 of 2circa 1970s
33/1Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al. Interrogatory 261970-1975
33/2Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al. Documents which were not used. Part 1 of 3.1967-1975
33/3Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al. Documents which were not used. Part 2 of 3.1970-1976
33/4Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al. Documents which were not used. Part 3 of 31970-1976
33/5Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al. Defendant's First Interrogatories to Plantiffs and Amended Answers1975-1976
33/6Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al. First Interrogatories to Defendants1974
33/7Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al. Master Interragatory 26 Chatham1970-1972
33/8Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al.Witness File- Donald Mayall1970-1973
33/9Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al. Witness File-Shirley Smith1973
33/10Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al. Witness File- C. Reid Rogers1973-1975
33/11Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al. Witness File- Patricia Jaspar1976
33/12Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al. Witness File- Adolph Lewis1975
33/13Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al. Witness File- Galen Biery1976
33/14Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al. Witness File- Tony Gregory1976
33/15Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al. Witness File 1- Lillian Sturrock1976
33/16Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al. Witness File 2- Lilian Sturrock1974-1975
33/17Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al. Witness File- Ronald Ames1976
33/18Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al. Witness File- Bill McGrath1976
33/19Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al. Witness File- Arnold Gibson1976
33/20Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al. Witness File- Gretchen Wagner1976
33/21Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al. Witness file - Laurel Bland1975-1976
33/22Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al. Deposition of Jack Bunnell1979
33/23Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al. Witness File- Julia Laranang1976
33/24Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al. Witness File- Robert Flanagan1974
33/25Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al. Witness File- Chip Hoinscirca 1970s
33/26Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al. Witness File- Gene Silberberg1968-1978
33/27Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al. Witness File- Macabeo, Foster1976
33/28Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al. Miscellaneous documents- Not produced by NEFCO1957-1972
33/29Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al. Exhibits- Cannery Chart of Accounts II1970-1975
33/30Cannery Cases/Canning Machinery1975
33/31Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al. NEFCO Housing Document File Search1977
33/32Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al. Fisherman Issue- Documents from Alaska Legal Services1969-1976
34/1Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al. Miscellaneous Documents- Shipped from Uganik and Chatham1969-1974
34/2Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al. Miscellaneous Documents from Egegik and Pederson Point1969-1974
34/3Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al. Agreement: Bristol Bay resident cannery, Local 46 workers1975
34/4Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al. NEFCO Exhibits, maps of cannerycirca 1970s and 1980s
34/5Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al. Exhibits- Cannery charts of account1972
34/6Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al. Uganik Bay Settlement Sheets1971
34/7Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al. Fishermen Documents1970-1974
34/8Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al. Fish Catch Summaries- Egegik1971-1974
34/9Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al. Time Sheets/ Double Job Holders1970-1975
34/10Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al. Chatham Settlement Sheets A-L1973
34/11Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al. Chatham Settlement Sheets A-K1971
34/12Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al. Chatham Settlement Sheets L-Z1971
34/13Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al. Chatham Settlement Sheets A-I1972
34/14Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al. Uganik Settlement Sheets1973
34/15Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al. Egegik Settlement Sheets1971
34/16Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al. Egegik Settlement Sheets (Selected)1972
34/17Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al. Egegik Settlement Sheets (Selected)1973-1974
35/1Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al. Chatam Settlement Sheets (Selected)1973
35/2Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al. Chatham Settlement Sheets J-Z (Selected)1972
35/3Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al. Ugunik Settlement Sheets K-Z (Selected)1972
35/4Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al. Pederson Point Settlement Sheets (Selected)1975
35/5Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al. Uganik Settlement Sheets A-Z (Selected)1974
35/6Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al. Pederson Points Settlement Sheets (Selected)1974
35/7Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al. Pederson Point Settlement Sheets (Selected)1973
35/8Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al. Pederson Point Settlement Sheets A-G (Selected)1971
35/9Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al. Uganik Settlement Sheets (Selected)1975
35/10Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al. Pederson Point Settlement Sheets (Selected)1972
35/11Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al. Documents Produced, Part 1 of 21966-1973
35/12Doming et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al. Documents Produced, Part 2 of 2.1970-1973
35/13Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al. Documents Produced-Shipward sign-on sheet1972
35/14Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al. Uganik Bay Settlement Sheets A-J (Selected)1972
35/15Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al. Egegik Settlement Sheets (Selected)1970
35/16Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al. Pederson Point Settlement Sheets O-Z (Selected)1971
35/17Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al. Pederson Point Settlement Sheets H-N (Selected)1971
35/18Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al. Settlement Sheets of Employees with Double Jobs, Part 1 of 21971-1975
35/19Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al. Settlement Sheets of Employees with Double Jobs, Part 2 of 21971-1975
35/20Carpenter v. NEFCO-Fidalgo, Deposition of Shirley Smith1979
35/21New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al. Carpenter v. NEFCO-Fidalgo, Interrogatories1974
35/22Carpenter v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al. Fidalgo, Deposition of Arnold Gibsoncirca 1970s and 1980s
35/23Carpenter v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al. Fidalgo, Gary Latham- Witness File1979
35/24Carpenter v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al. Fidalgo, Interrogatories1976
36/1Carpenter v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al. Fidalgo, Deposition of Larry Benjamin1979
36/2Carpenter v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al. Fidalgo, Miscellaneous Trial Exhibits1956-1979
36/3Carpenter v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al. Fidalgo, Interrogatories1975
36/4Carpenter v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al. Fidalgo, Deposition of Lane Rawlins1979
36/5Carpenter v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al. Fidalgo, Deposition of Gary Latham1979
36/6Carpenter v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al. Fidalgo, Shirley Smith1970
36/7Carpenter v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al. Fidalgo, Lane Rawlins, background material for deposition1970-1977
36/8Carpenter v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al. Fidalgo, working file, second motion to dismiss1970
36/9Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co., Documents-Ekuk Housing Reports1970-1977
36/10Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co., Discovery Missing Items: Lists of Outstanding Documents1976
36/11Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co., Extra Copies of Exhibits1969-1978
36/12Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Segregation Charts FINAL & XEROXcirca 1970s and 1980s
36/13Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co., Letter from Bowman re ACWA Report; Other Documents re APF Affirmative Action1973-1975
36/14Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co., Ekuk-Hiring Cannery Workers1971
36/15Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co., Bumble Bee-Local 37 Hiring; Hiring Women Outside the Hall1973
36/16Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co., Letters re APF Affirmative Action1973
36/17Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co., Letters from Hirstel re Negotiation1970-1976
36/18Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co., Ekuk-Recruitment in Villages; Soliciting Returnees1969-1970
36/19Atonio V. Wards Cove Packing Co., Ekuk-Recruiting Tendermen; Preference to Concordia1971-1972
36/20Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co., Ekuk-Crew Lists; "Native" Designations and "White"1969-1971
36/21Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co., Alitak-Aff Action; Bunkhouses; "Integrating" a Messhall1974-1975
36/22Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co., Ekuk-Crew Lists; Recruiting Mach, Rad Operator, Tenderman1973
36/23Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co., Ekuk-Recruiting Tendermen; Let-on Hiring CW's in AK and Other Jobs in Lower 48.1970
36/24Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co., Hiring Store Helper; and Engineer (With Minimal Exp)-Ekuk1975
36/25Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co., Letter to Prospective Employee at Concordia1974
36/26Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co., Hiring Pam Ekern; Recruitment at Concordia1971-1972
36/27Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co., Ekuk-Recruitment at Native Villages1972-1973
36/28Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co., Port Vailey-Crew Lists for AFU, and Machinist Union1970-1975
36/29Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co., Ekuk Recruitment of Port Engineers, and Cooks1971
36/30Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co., Ekuk-Word-of-Mouth; Recruitment in Villages1974-1975
36/31Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co., Kodiak-Recruitment from White Colleges; Machinist Application by Non-Whites1971-1974
36/32Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. - Sujiko Agreement1969
36/33Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Letter to Prospective Fishermen [$8.75 Room/Board]; Letter from A.W. Brindle re Housing Assignments; CWF Fish Boat Charter (Sex-Race-use women instead of natives)1971
36/34Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Letter from A.W. Brindle re Housing Assignments, and New Bunkhouse at Red Salmon1970
36/35Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Letter from Hirstel re Negotiations [Includes washers & dryers]; Letter from A.W. Brindle re Prohibiting Handguns1970
36/36Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Chignik - Hiring Mach Helper; Letter to Mach Union1973
36/37Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Ekuk - AFU Crew List; Nepotism among co fishermen1970
36/38Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co.Letter from A.W. Brindle re Need to build better bunkhouses for fishermen at Egegik [afraid they will go to APA]1971
36/39Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Recommendations by Egegik fishermen [includes housing]1971
36/40Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. List of CWF Morgaged Fish Boats1971
36/41Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Letter from A.W. Brindle re Alaska Human Rights request1974
36/42Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Bumble Bee to Change Independent Fish; substandard CW Bunkhouse at Ekuk1973
36/43Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Letter to Superintendents from Gilbert & Brindlere Conciliation Agreementcirca 1970s
36/44Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co.Bumble Bee correspondence re Race Labelling, Segregation, Company Policy1976-1978
36/45Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Bumble Bee capitol expenditures re messhall segregation, race labelling, job hazards and conditions, and corporate policy on investment in non-productive assets1970-1977
36/46Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Bumble Bee documents of race labelling of employees, bunkhouses, cooks1972
36/47Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Bumble Bee purchase orders, OSHA report, terminations1970-1976
36/48Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Bumble Bee quality control, bunkhouse description, bunkhouse assignments, race labelling1976
36/49Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Bumble Bee Journal entries and statements re race labelling1970
36/50Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. AWB General Correspondence 1968-9 race labelling, terminations, recruitment1968-1969
36/51Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. AWB General Correspondence 1968 Recruitment of cannery workers from American Methodist University (AMU) & University of Alaska1968
36/52Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Craig Cannery, minor fisherman "iron chink," bareboat charter1972
36/53Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Exhibits - Racial Comments1971
36/54Thomas G.Carpenter, et al. v. NEFCO-Fidalgo Packing Co Court Stipulation and letter requesting interview1979
36/55Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Documents - duplicates and missing1970-1976
36/56Local 37 ILWU Dispatches - All Canneries1978
36/57Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Exhibits - Recruitment1970-1973
36/58Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Delegate's reports for Red Salmon, Ketchikan, Alitak, Bumble Bee; Super's response; Petition for better facilities at Ketchikan; Report re poor messing facilities, bedding, housing, washers. Also requests separate bunkhou1970-1974
36/59Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Alitak - Soliciting Local 37 returnees; Letter from Fred Wong re housing, messing, "the opposition;" etc.1972-1975
36/60Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Ketchitkan - termination letters; AFU re better showers, washers & dryers for tendermen1971-1975
36/61Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Letter re termination of all company fishermen & catches; Lists of company; Lists of Independent Fishermen, catches; Lists of set netters, catches; Letter from AFU protesting terminations1972-1974
36/62Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Kenai Cannery; applications, recruitment, nepotism, race labelling1972
36/63Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. General Memoranda 1966, AWB Correspondence; Wards Cove ledger sheets, race labelling1966-1970
36/64Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Alitak interoffice communications; race labelling, bareboat charter1970
36/65Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Alitak termination notices & recruitment letters1970
36/66Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Alitak grocery invoices; race labelling, food quality1970
36/67Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Ekuk cannery worker list, application, recruitment1970
36/68Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Ekuk bunkhouse assignments, nepotism, word of mouth recruitment, race labelling, quality control training1969
36/69Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Ekuk word of mouth recruitment, race labelling, health, sanitation & safety deficiencies1970
36/70Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Ekuk bunkhouse assignments, rules, EEOC Affirmative Action Agreement, terminations, race labelling1969
36/71Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Ekuk bunkhouse five, worker list, union correspondence, delegate reports, bunkhouse assignments, application letters1976
36/72Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Ekuk correspondence - recruitment, nepotism1976
36/73Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Ekuk recruitment, nepotism, race labelling1970
36/74Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Red Salmon correspondence re race labelling, housing quality, food quality, working conditions1973
36/75Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Red Salmon correspondence re race labelling,food quality1961
36/76Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Red Salmon correspondence re race labelling, intent, segregation, hiring preferences, job qualifications1970-1971
36/77Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co: Red Salmon correspondence re race labelling, nepotisms hiring, job qualifications, promotions, bunkhouse1971
36/78Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Red Salmon Correspondence re: race labelling, recruiting1971
36/79Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Red Salmon Correspondence re: hiring, race label, food quality, messhall, recruiting1971
36/80Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Red Salmon Correspondence1972
36/81Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Red Salmon Correspondence re: race labelling, job earnings, job qualification, nepotism, hiring, housing quality1970-1973
36/82Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co Red Salmon Ekuk Correspondence re: job qualifications and earnings, race labelling, food quality, nepotism, race identification of job applications1970-1971
36/83Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co Red Salmon Correspondence re: race labelling, hiring practices, nepotism, job applications, etc.1971-1978
36/84Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co Ekuk Correspondence re: hiring practices, rehire preference, nepotism, etc.1975-1976
36/85Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co Ekuk Correspondence re: job applications, qualifications, race label and identification, hiring practices, nepotism.1976-1977
36/86Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co Ekuk Correspondence re: job applications, nepotism, hiring practices, job qualifications, affirmative action1976
36/87Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co Wards Cove Correspondence re: race labelling, housing and messhall quality, discrimination, job opening1972-1973
36/88Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co Wards Cove Correspondence re: race label, hiring practices, nepotism, miscellaneous1972
36/89Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Wards Cove, Kenai, Excursion Inlet, Port Bailey, Correspondence re: race label, nepotism, etc.1970-1974
36/90Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Alitak re: terminations, race label, sex discrimination, hiring, boat financing, etc.1976
36/91Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Alitak re: recruiting, race label, housing, promotion, nepotism, etc.1976
37/1Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Alitak, hiring, nepotism, race labelling, sex segregation, promotions, dispatch, termination, job duties, etc.1976
37/2Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Alitak, training, promotions, recommendations, job openings, Affirmative Action, etc.1976
37/3Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Alitak and others, re: race label, job qualifications1970
37/4Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Alitak re: hiring, race labelling, recruiting, immigration, dispatching women1971
37/5Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Alitak hiring, L.37 Contract, sex segregation, race label1971
37/6Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Alitak re: hiring, race label, L.37 contract1971-1972
37/7Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Alitak terminations, race label, job duties, L.37 contract1972-1973
37/8Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Alitak re: race label, hiring, housing, boat charter1973
37/9Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Alitak re: terminations, promotions, nepotism, affirmative action, etc.1972-1974
37/10Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co., Alitak hiring, law suit, union delegate report, job duties, rehiring, nepotism1972-1974
37/11Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co., Alitak; Union dues, nepotism, racelabel, Affirmative Action, Hiring/Housing1975
37/12Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co., Other Canneries, nepotism, hiring, job duties, housing quality1973-1976
37/13Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co., Alitak & others race label, recruiting, hiring, nepotism1972
37/14Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co., Chignik- Most Recent Documents1977-1978
37/15Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co., Moser Bay- Most Recent Documents1977-1978
37/16Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co., Red Salmon- Most Recent Documents1975-1978
37/17Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co., Ekuk- Most Recent Documents1977-1978
37/18Atonio v. Ward Cove Packing Co., EEOC Compliance Review Documents1975-1976
37/19Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co., Port Bailey- Most Recent Documents1975-1978
37/20Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co., Wards Cove- Recent Documents1976-1978
37/21Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co., Ketchikan- Recent Documents1977-1978
37/22Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co., Alitak- Most Recent Documents1977-1978
37/23Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co., Unfiled Exhibits1972-1977
37/24Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co., EEOC Compliance Reviews1972-1977
37/25Atonio v. Wards Cove Paking Co. Deposition of Chris Allegaert1980-1982
37/26Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co., Witness File- Chris Allegaert1981
37/27Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co., Larry de France Witness File1980-1981
37/28Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co., Witness File-Michael Schwiger1982
37/29Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co., Deposition of Alec W. Brindle1974
37/30Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co., Witness File-Gene Navarro1981
37/31Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co., Witness File- Gene Silberberg1971-1972
37/32Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co., Witness File- Jill Henderson1978
37/33Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co., Shirley J. Smith Deposition1981
37/34Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co., Witness File- Joe Ancheta1980
37/35Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co., Witness File- Kim Tsujii1980
37/36Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co., Deposition of John Bozanich1970
37/37Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Witness file - Greg Sotello1980
37/38Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Witness file - Ambrosia Pascua1980
37/39Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Deposition of Joe Brindle1979?
37/40Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Witness file - Tom Catell1980
37/41Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Witness file - Randall Milholland1980
37/42Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Witness file - William Ancheta1980
37/43Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Deposition of Salvador del Fierro Sr.1976-1980
37/44Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Deposition of Larry DeFrance (all resumes)1980
37/45Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Witness File - Roger Parker1980-1982
37/46Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Witness file - Cheryle R. Dittner1980
37/47Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Witness file, Deposition and Testimony - Arthur Hippler (contains book research on Filipino-Americans, Asian Americans, North Alaska Eskimo, Athabascans, etc) File 1 of 21978-1980
38/1Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Witness file, Deposition and Testimony - Arthur Hippler (contains book research on Filipino-Americans, Asian Americans, North Alaska Eskimo, Athabascans, etc) File 2 of 21978-1980
38/2Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Deposition of Arthur Hippler1980
38/3Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Witness file - Albert Rees1980
38/4Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Deposition of Arthur Hippler1980-1981
38/5Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Witness file - Ben Tabayonon1980
38/6Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Witness file - Cef Decaney Sr.1980
38/7Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Witness file - Kari Berger1978
38/8Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Witness file - Rex Shelton1980
38/9Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Larry DeFrance Interview Notes. File 1 of 21980
38/10Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Larry DeFrance Interview Notes. File 2 of 21980
38/11Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Deposition of Gene Allen Viernes1981
38/12Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Witness file - Stan Viernes1980
38/13Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co.Witness file - William R. Pascua1980
38/14Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Depositionof Frank Atonio1975-1981
38/15Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Witness file - William "Ted" Pascua1980
38/16Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Deposition of Joaquin Arruiza1981
38/17Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Witness file - Philip Fujii1980
38/20Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Witness file - Eugene Baclig1980
38/21Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Deposition of Alan Lew1981
38/22Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Witness file - Donald Wise1980-1981
38/23Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Deposition of Lester Kuramoto1981
38/24Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Witness file - Albert Rees1980-1981
38/25Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Deposition of Marvin Snyder1974
38/26Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Deposition of Mervin Lessley1970-1978
38/27Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Deposition of John Jorgensen1970
38/28Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Deposition of Wallace Mulliscirca 1970s and 1980s
38/29Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Deposition of Randy del Fierro1975-1981
38/30Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Witness file - Albert Abuan1981
38/31Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Deposition of Clarke Kido1975-1980
38/32Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Deposition of Russel Rohrercirca 1970s
38/33Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Witness file - Sylvestre Tangalan1980
38/34Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Deposition of Winn F. Brindlecirca 1970s
38/35Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Deposition of Ray Landry1973
38/36Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Witness file - James Farrell1981
38/37Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Settlement Sheets (CW) Ekuk1970
38/38Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Settlement Sheets (CW) Ekuk1974-1977
38/39Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Settlement Sheets (CW) Ekuk1970
38/40Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Settlement Sheets (CW) Ekuk1974
38/41Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Settlement Sheets (CW) Ekuk1975
38/42Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Settlement Sheets (CW) Ekuk1975
38/43Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Settlement Sheets (K) Wards Cove1974
38/44Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Settlement Sheets (K) Wards Cove1974
38/45Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Settlement Sheets (K) Wards Cove1975
38/46Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Seine Settlement Sheets (CW) Alitak1974
38/47Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Seine Settlement Sheets (CW) Alitak File 1 of 21974
38/48Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Seine Settlement Sheets (CW) Alitak File 2 of 21974
38/49Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Seine Settlement Sheets (CW) Alitak1970
39/1Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Settlement Sheets (CW) Alitak File 1 of 21970
39/2Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Settlement Sheets (CW) Alitak File 2 of 21970
39/3Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Northwest Labor and Employment Law Office Correspondence1989
39/4Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Supreme Court of the United States Reports1988-1989
39/5Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Misc. including letters of hiring, signing work registers, Local #7, Joint Apprenticeship Training Committee, Equal Employment Opportunity, Affirmative Action, Desposition of Michael George Strigen, and hiring hall list1969-1976
39/6Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Research documents including Index of Industries and Occupations, Alaska Fishery and Fur-Seal Inustries, Fisheries Management, and note regarding Deposition of Slime Domingo1974
39/7Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Settlement Statements (CW) Alitak1975
39/8Equal Employment Opportunity v. Local 86, International Association of Bridge, Structural and Ornamental and Reinforced Ironworkers, et. al. including exhibits1979
40/1Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Summary of Statistical Tests for Case Red Salmon Plaintiff Theory, All Hires 1971-1980, Referenced to case all but Ice Cape File 1 of 51971-1980
40/2Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Summary of Statistical Tests for Case Red Salmon Plaintiff Theory, All Hires 1971-1980, Referenced to case all but Ice Cape File 2 of 51971-1980
40/3Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Summary of Statistical Tests for Case Red Salmon Plaintiff Theory, All Hires 1971-1980, Referenced to case all but Ice Cape File 3 of 51971-1980
40/4Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Summary of Statistical Tests for Case Red Salmon Plaintiff Theory, All Hires 1971-1980, Referenced to case all but Ice Cape File 4 of 51971-1980
40/5Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co. Summary of Statistical Tests for Case Red Salmon Plaintiff Theory, All Hires 1971-1980, Referenced to case all but Ice Cape File 5 of 51971-1980
41/1Alyeska Case - Preliminaries1975
41/2Walker v. Marshall - Pleadings I, File 1 of 21976-1978
41/3Walker v. Marshall - Pleadings I, File 2 of 21976-1978
41/4Gene Viernes - Oral History Project1980
41/5Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al. - Pleadings XXIX, File 1 of 21981
41/6Domingo et al. v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) et al. - Pleadings XXIX, File 2 of 21981
41/7United Construction Workers Association (UCWA) v. Cochran Electric - Correspondence1980
41/8Local 86 Expansion, Electrical Workers Local 461975-1977
41/9Comment on Justice Department's Class Action Reform Proposal1972-1978
41/10Agreement Between Puget Sound Chapter National Electrical Contractors Association and Local Union 46 International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers1969-1971
41/11???AHTCH Haes Dr. Fire, Alaska Cannery Workers Association (ACWA)1974
41/12Alaska Cannery Workers Association (ACWA) v. Castle & Cooke, et. al. - Office of Federal Contract Compliance (OFCCP) Complaint1978
41/13Sir Amos (Adv. Sea-Land Service, Inc.)1979
41/14Gregory Buford - Apprenticeship Cancellation1976-1977
41/15Cecil McCormack (Adv. Local 46) International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW)1968-1978
41/16Temporary Wiring - United Construction Workers Association (UCWA)1974
41/17Labor Agreement Between Associated General Contractors of America, Inc. and The Washington and Northern Idaho District Council of Laborers1977-1980
41/18Boykin & Mallet Labor Injunction1975-1976
41/19American Friends Service Committee, Inc. (AFSC) Affirmative Action Plan - Michael Simmons1977
41/20Tyree Scott v. Local 461977
41/21Alaska Cannery Workers Association (ACWA) v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) - Office of Federal Contract Compliance (OFCCP) Complaint1974-1979
41/22George Richardson - Adv. Wright-Shuchart-Harbor; Local 313, Teamsters; AGC1977-1980
41/23United Construction Workers Association (UCWA) v. John Dunlop1975-1977
41/24Cannery Cases - General Future of Industry1976-1978
41/25Clovis Campbell v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) - Pleading File No. 11975-1977
41/26Kenworth Planning File (AAA)1977
41/27Lawsuit re: Coffee Breaks - Preliminary Research1976
41/28E.O. 11246 Regulations - Comment1977
41/29Barbara Jacobsen & Jan Darger - Adv. Century Construction Co.1978
41/30Clovis Campbell1974
41/31Advocates for Women v. Marshall1977
41/32Steve Lock - Adv. Hoffman Construction Co., Coluccio Construction Co., H.S. Lease Construction Co., Sellen Construction Co.1977-1978
41/33Dillard Craven - Adv. American Airlines; Local 514, Transport Workers Union1976-1977
41/34Susan Helf - Payroll1980
41/35Labor and Employment Law Office (LELO) 1974 Annual Board of Directors Meeting1974
41/36Labor and Employment Law Office (LELO) Charitable Solicitation Act1973-1974
41/37Labor and Employment Law Office (LELO) Lease - Tenancy 105 14th Avenue1974-1977
41/38Law Student Work Study Vouchers1977-1978
41/39University of Washington Work Study Correspondence1978
41/40Independent Minority Truckers & Equipment Operators Association - Contract RenewalUndated
41/41Walker v. Marshall Correspondence1978
41/42Labor and Employment Law Office (LELO) Employment Security1974-1977
41/43Roger Evans - Adv. Port of Seattle1977
41/44Donna Linn - Adv. Local 46, International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW), JAC, National Electrical Control Association (NECA)1977-1980
41/45Cheryl Crawford - Adv. Local 46, IBEW, JATC, NECA1977
42/1Funding Rejections1973-1978
42/2Fundraising Materials1973-1978
42/3Northwest Labor and Employment Law Office (LELO) Funding Proposals1976
42/4Funding III1976-1977
42/5Funding II1974-1975
42/6Fundraising - Miscellaneous Materials1975-1978
42/7Fundraising - Second Proposal, Working File1978
42/8Fundraising Trip 5/27/19781978
42/9Akbar Fund1974-1978
42/10American Friends Service Committee1974-1976
42/11Archdiocese Stewardship Fund1974-1975
42/12Asian Law Caucus1974-1977
42/13ATR - A Territory Resource1978-1979
42/14Board for Homeland Ministries - United Church of Christ1974-1976
42/15The Cambium Fund1975-1977
42/16Campaign for Human Development, File 1 of 21974-1975
42/17Campaign for Human Development, File 2 of 21974-1975
42/18Campaign for Human Development 1/19/76, File 1 of 21976-1977
42/19Campaign for Human Development 1/19/76, File 2 of 21976-1977
42/20Haas Memorial Fund1975
42/21Interreligious Foundation for Community Organization1978-1979
42/22Laras Fund1974-1976
42/23Mott Foundation1977
42/24National Commission on Hispanic Affairs1974-1976
42/25National Committee on the Self-Development of People1973-1979
42/26National Lawyers Guild Loan1980
42/27New World Foundation1973-1977
42/28Norman Foundation1973-1976
42/29Playboy Foundation1975-1976
42/30Rabinowitz Foundation1974-1976
42/31The Seed Fund1978-1979
42/32Shalan Foundation1974-1978
42/33Campaign for Human Development, October 19771977
43/1Commission on Racial Justice - United Church of Christ1974-1976
43/2Community Action and Human Development1973-1979
43/3Coalition for Human Needs - Episcopal Church1979
43/4Commission on Religion & Race - United Methodist Church1973-1977
43/5Council for Public Interest Law1975-1977
43/6Cummins Engine Foundation1973-1978
43/7The Curtis Foundation1975-1977
43/8Emergency Fund for Legal Aid1973-1976
43/9Ferry Family & DJB Foundation1974-1976
43/10Fund for Class Action Costs1975-1981
43/11Japanese American Citizens League1973-1977
43/12Charles H. Revson Foundation1978-1979
43/13Southwest LELO Fundraising1978
43/14Stern Fund1973-1976
43/15Third World Fund1975-1977
43/16United Ministries - Reverend Frank Kelsey1976-1978
43/17Vanguard Foundation1974-1976
43/18Unitarian Church - Veatch1974-1975
43/19Weiss, Jonathan A. - Legal Services for the Elderly Poor1975-1976
43/20Weyerhauser Foundation1977
43/21Wright Charitable Trust1975-1976
43/22The Youth Project1974-1981
43/23New England Fish Company (NEFCO) / Fidalgo - John Lynn1971
43/24Carpenter v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) / Fidalgo - Motion to Compel on Tax Issue1973-1975
43/25Carpenter v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) / Fidalgo - Deposition Notes1976
43/26Carpenter v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) / Fidalgo - Our Up-Date of Their Discovery - Working File1976
43/27February 1976, Depositions, Ketchikan, AL. Carpenter v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) / Fidalgo1976
43/28Carpenter v. New England Fish Company (NEFCO) / Fidalgo - Honorato Rapada Interview1979
43/29UFWA v. Del Monte - Working Papers in Opp to Motion to Compel1978
43/30United Farm Workers (UFW) v. Del Monte, et. al. Pleadings II 9/781978-1979
43/31United Farm Workers (UFW) v. Del Monte, et. al. Pleadings I1978
43/32United Farm Workers (UFW) v. Del Monte, et. al. Correspondence1978-1979
43/33Women in Trades v. Spellman1975-1976
43/34United Farm Workers (UFW) v. Del Monte - Extra Pleadings, File 1 of 21978
43/35United Farm Workers (UFW) v. Del Monte - Extra Pleadings, File 2 of 21978
43/36Paintiff's Counsel, File 1 of 21975-1976
43/37Paintiff's Counsel, File 2 of 21975
43/38Paintiff's Counsel - Trail Brief Notes/Materials1976
43/39Paintiff's Counsel - Local 302 Interrogs1974-1977
43/40Paintiff's Counsel - Local 302 Operating Engineers, et. al.1975-1976
43/41Paintiff's Counsel - Local 302 Trail Brief1976
43/42Paintiff's Counsel - Local 3021977-1978
43/43Paintiff's Counsel - PersonalCirca 1980s
43/44Women in Trades, et. al. v. John D. Spellman1975-1976
43/45Women in Trades, et. al. v. John D. Spellman - Interrogatories1975-1976
43/46Women in Trades, et. al. v. John D. Spellman - Plaintiffs Interrogatory Answer MaterialsCirca 1976
43/47Women in Trades, et. al. v. John D. Spellman - Spellman Mootness QuestionUndated
44/1Women in Trades, et. al. v. John D. Spellman - Summary Judgment & Mandamus Research1976
44/2Women in Trades, et. al. v. John D. Spellman - Spellman Exhibits1968-1975
44/3Women in Trades, et. al. v. John D. Spellman - Spellman Extra Pleadings1969-1976
44/4Right to Work1969-1973
44/5Calmecac (only copy of final report)Circa 1970
44/6Jacque Agtuca et. al. v. Tetsuden Kashma et. al1976
44/7Green Giant Company 7/781978
44/8United Farm Workers (UFW) / Immigration & Naturalization Service 8/781978
44/9Local 86 v. Associated General Contractors of America Inc. - Correspondence and Court Documents1974-1975
44/10Guadalupe "Lupe" Gamboa1977
44/11Catholic CharitiesCirca 1970's
44/12Guillermo Nicacio v. A. Ludlow Kramer, et ux. - Interrogatory1975
44/13Guillermo Nicacio v. A. Ludlow Kramer, et ux. - Plaintiff's First Proposed Pre-Trial Conference order, including all but exhibit N1970-1974
44/14Domingo, Nemesio (v. City of Seattle) - Appeal February 12, 1975 Arrest1975
44/15Williams, Willie (v. City of Seattle) - February 13, 1975 Arrest1975
44/16Thomas, Robert (v. City of Seattle) - February 13, 1975 Arrest1975
44/17Thomas, Bobby Joe (v. City of Seattle) - February 12, 1975 Arrest1975
44/18John Yates Apprenticeship Termination1980-1981
44/19Debra Lyles Apprenticeship Termination1980-1981
44/20LeRoy Pines v. Republic Freight - Pleadings I1978-1979
44/21Escobar, Jesus Property Damage 7/771977
44/22Escobar II - Adoption UFW 12/771978
44/231976 Pilipino People's Far West Convention1976
44/24Vasquez, Ramiro NFW 9176 Industrial Insurance1976-1977
44/25Motion to Compel Green Giant - Evergreen Legal Services1978-1979
44/26LSC Quarterly Report - National Employment Law Project1978
44/27Villanueva, Enedelia "Lela" 3/76 School Suspension1976
44/28Garza, Adam UFW 3/77 Property Damage1974-1978
44/29Adam Garza Pleading File1978
44/30Eric Franklin UPS 1/781977
44/31Holmes Electric1978
44/32Octave Jules / Local 302 Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) Charge1978
44/33Campos, John UFW 9176 Industrial Insurance1976
44/34Jose Angel Castro UFW1977-1978
44/35UPS 1/781977
44/36Phil Imahara UPS 1/781977-1978
44/37Antonio Arteaga UFW1978
44/38Corona, Jose UFW 3/771977
44/39Department of Labor & Industries Investigation1977
44/40Gamache - Sex Discrimination, Organizing1978
44/41CETA Funding 9/771977
44/42Lewis & Clark Conference 4/1/78 - Representing Minorities in the Legal System1978
44/43Housing1978
44/44Voting Requirements for Yakima CountyUndated
44/45Organizing Information - UFW1978
44/46Mt. Arbor Nurseries, Inc. 8/781978
44/47Gonzalo Silva-Lopez UFW 12/771978
44/48Gonzalo Silva Bar Complaint1978
44/49Barrienties, Evangelina Injury Claim UFW1975-1976
44/50Jose Spindola UFW 11/781978-1979
44/51Lupe Flores - Gamache 6/781978
44/52Margarita Gonzalez1977-1978
44/53Willie Tyler v. Port of Seattle1973-1977
44/54Lee, Lathan - Plumbers Apprentice Rates1977
44/55Delgado, Jose 1/6/761975-1976
44/56Juan Cantu-Chapa Gamache/DWI 7/781978
44/57Rod Mamon - IBM Charges 9/771977
44/58Dorothy Chodkiewicz - Housing Discrimination 9/781978
44/59Garcia, Grasiela UFW Service Case1976
44/60Gonzalez, Maria UFW 2/2/761976
44/61Cardenas, Donaciano1978
44/62Rodrigo L. Barron, et. al. v. Seattle Community College1978
44/636/77 Idaho TripUndated
44/64Sabina Iracheta UFW 2/78 - Vehicle Purchase Agreement1976
44/65Francisco Lopez-Tavera UFW Workmen's Comp. 12/761976-1977
44/66Jessie Mapelli - Vehicular Accident1975
44/67Leo Macias UFW 3/78 - Disorderly Conduct1978
44/68NEFCO - Recall/Vacancy Research 12/76Undated
44/69Perales, Francisco - Child Support1974-1976
45/1Reyes, Yolanda UFW Birth Certificate1976
45/2Johnson et al. v. Local 32 EEOC Charges & Correspondence1978-1979
45/3Leroy Pines v. Republic Freight1977-1979
45/4Local 37 Elections1976-1979
45/5Rivera, Ramon II1976
45/6NEFCO - Rule 34 Computer Data Discovery ResearchUndated
45/7Randy Hicks - National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) Transcript1977
45/8Sanchez v. Compact City, Inc. Trial Notes and Exhibits1976-1979
45/9United Farm Workers (UFW) v. Alexander1973-1974
45/10Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) Consent Decree Petition1974
45/11Evans v. Local 461977
45/12United Construction Workers Association (UCWA) v. Local 301 (MJG File)1977
45/13Sanchez v. Compact City, Inc. L.R Gere Deposition 3/19/791976
45/14James Thomas Disability1979
45/15James Thomas v. Cental Pontiac1978-1979
45/16Sanchez v. Gere - Pleadings1979
45/17Sanchez v. Compact City - Documents Produced by Defendant1975-1976
45/18Sanchez v. Compact City - Misc. Documents1973-1976
45/19Sanchez v. Compact City - Correspondence1976-1979
45/20Affirmative Action for Women in Construction1977
45/21Delester Walton (Edder, Inc.)1977
45/22Linda Davis v. United Parcel Service1978
45/23Kenworth - Freedom of Information Act1977
45/24Kenworth Truck Company - Blank Application for Employment1978
45/25in re Arcia & United Parcel Service - NLRB Transcript, File 1 of 31978
45/26in re Arcia & United Parcel Service - NLRB Transcript, File 2 of 31978
45/27in re Arcia & United Parcel Service - NLRB Transcript, File 3 of 31978
45/28James Thomas v. Cental Pontiac1978-1979
45/29Southwest LELO Proposal1977-1978
45/30Newman v. Communication Workers - Amicus Brief & Other Materials1978-1979
45/31Fundraising1977-1978
45/32United Parcel Service v. National Labor Relations Board - Pleadings1978
45/33King County Young Lawyers - Legal Problems of Elderly1979
45/34Unemployment Clinic1977-1979
45/35John Dickensheets - Pension1973-1979
45/36Eric Franklin & United Parcel Service (NLRB)1978
45/37Emily Luna v. United Parcel Service1979
45/38Michael Powell v. Peoples Bank1978
45/39Direct Mail Solicitation1978
45/40University of Oregon National Lawyers Guild Conference1977-1978
45/41NEFCO, B.N., 6 Local 7 Government Contracts & Freedom of Information Act Requests1977-1978
45/42Black Sheet Metal Workers Association - Articles of Incorporation & By Laws1972
45/43Lester Powell Jr. v. Holert Electric Inc.1977-1979
45/44Hasagowa & Kerrigan v. United Parcel Service - EEOC Charges1978
45/45Southwest LELO Articles of Incorporation1977-1979
45/46Tyree Scott1978
45/47Donna Tuffree v. Teamsters 2521978-1979
45/48Cordell Johnson - Workman's Compensation1978
45/49Pensions - Electrical Workers1976-1978
45/50Pensions - Plumbers & Pipefitters1976-1978
45/51United Parcel Service Unit Work Problem1978
45/52Don Stevens & Allied Sheet Metal - EEOC Charges1978
45/53Lionel Hampton v. Local 321973-1977
45/54Intermittent City Employees1976-1978
45/55Herman Lanier v. University of Washington1977-1979
45/56State Credit Association v. Johnson1977-1978
45/57Leonard Thomas & Burke Electric1978-1979
45/58Communications Workers - Women's Caucus1977
45/59Juan Antonia Rodriguez1978
45/60Angel Alvizo1977
45/61James Thomas - Disability, Social Security1978
46/1Larry Arcia - United Parcel Service1976-1979
46/2Hicks v. Local 174 (NLRB)1976-1978
46/3NEFCO-Fidalgo - Labeling, Receipts, Packing, Invoices (Reviewed and Not Used), File 1 of 61974-1978
46/4NEFCO-Fidalgo - Labeling, Receipts, Packing, Invoices (Reviewed and Not Used), File 2 of 61974-1978
46/5NEFCO-Fidalgo - Labeling, Receipts, Packing, Invoices (Reviewed and Not Used), File 3 of 61974-1978
46/6NEFCO-Fidalgo - Labeling, Receipts, Packing, Invoices (Reviewed and Not Used), File 4 of 61974-1978
46/7NEFCO-Fidalgo - Labeling, Receipts, Packing, Invoices (Reviewed and Not Used), File 5 of 61974-1978
46/8NEFCO-Fidalgo - Labeling, Receipts, Packing, Invoices (Reviewed and Not Used), File 6 of 61974-1978
46/9Carpenter v. NEFCO-Fidalgo Documents Produced (To Be Filed - Not Used)1975
46/10Carpenter v. NEFCO-Fidalgo Documents Produced (Daily Time Slips)1971
46/11NEFCO-Fidalgo Packing Company Longshore Sheets1972
46/12NEFCO-Fidalgo Packing Company Longshore Sheets1973
46/13Carpenter v. NEFCO-Fidalgo Documents Produced1974
46/14Partnership Records of NEFCO & Whitney1976-1977
46/15Receipts for Chatham Cannery (NEFCO)1977
46/16Carpenter v. NEFCO-Fidalgo Documents Produced (Daily Time Slips)1974
46/17NEFCO-Fidalgo Ledgers, Receipts, Correspondence1969-1977
46/18NEFCO-Fidalgo Statistics (Interrogatories, Job Descriptions)circa 1970s
46/19Carpenter v. NEFCO-Fidalgo Second Motion to Dismiss - Employee Tabulations1970-1973
46/20NEFCO Laundry Receipts
47/1Frank Atonio v. Wards Cove Packing Co., Inc. et. al. Deposition of Shirley Smith1981
47/2Race Discrimination Charts and Notice to Class FlyerUndated
47/3Carpenter v. NEFCO-Fidalgo Documents Produced (Food 1974) - Inter alia records with race notations and invoices with race notations1974
47/4Carpenter v. NEFCO-Fidalgo Documents Produced - Miscellaneous1970-1975
47/5NEFCO Documentation - Log of Occupational Injuries and Illnesses, Budgets, Memorandum Regarding Employees, Receipts1976-1978
47/6NEFCO Documentation - Receipts, Bareboat Charter Agreement, Accounting1974-1977
47/7Carpenter v. NEFCO-Fidalgo Documents Produced (Food 1975)1975
47/8Carpenter v. NEFCO-Fidalgo Documents Produced (Food 1972) Part 1 of 21972
47/9Carpenter v. NEFCO-Fidalgo Documents Produced (Food 1972) Part 2 of 21972
47/10Carpenter v. NEFCO-Fidalgo - Miscellaneous Exhibits - Castro Testimony1974-1976
47/11Carpenter v. NEFCO-Fidalgo Documents Produced - Miscellaneous1970-1973
47/12Carpenter v. NEFCO-Fidalgo Documents Produced - Miscellaneous Part 1 of 31970-1978
47/13Carpenter v. NEFCO-Fidalgo Documents Produced - Miscellaneous Part 2 of 31970-1978
47/14Carpenter v. NEFCO-Fidalgo Documents Produced - Miscellaneous Part 3 of 31970-1978
47/15Carpenter v. NEFCO-Fidalgo - Miscellaneous Documents1969-1977
47/16NEFCO Documentation - Alaska Airlines, Ketchikan1975
47/17Carpenter v. NEFCO-Fidalgo Documents Produced (Food 1975)1975
47/18NEFCO-Fidalgo Documents Produced - Miscellaneous including Correspondence, 1973 Annual Report, Stock Subscription, Meeting Minutes, Health and Safety1973-1975
47/19Carpenter v. NEFCO-Fidalgo Documents Produced - Miscellaneous1974
47/20Carpenter v. NEFCO-Fidalgo PhotographsUndated
47/21Operational Check Balancing Log1976-1977
47/22Beth Brunton - 1978 Work Study1977
47/23Employment Discrimination Work1988-1989
47/24Ercardo Lopez - 1979 Work Study1989
47/25Stella Morris - Office Worker (hand written resume)Circa 1970's
47/261974 Budget and Expenses - LELO1974
47/27Frank B Hall and Company - Malpractice Insurance1973-1976
47/28Personnel Correspondence II1980-1981
48/1LELO - Telephone1977-1978
48/2LELO - Travel Expenses1976-1978
48/3Xerox Billings to others doing LELO counter1976-1977
48/4Old LELO Funding Proposals1974-1976
48/5Publication Correspondence1976-1978
48/6LELO Duplicate Articles, By-Laws, Etc.1973-1974
48/7Robert Green1977
48/8LELO Name - Bar ApplicationUndated
48/9Nemvalts, Janet K. Resume1979
48/10Law Student Applicants1981-1982
48/11Susan Helf Work Study Materials1979
48/12Harvard Work Study, Steve Fury - Summer 19781978
48/13Employment Applications1979-1980
48/14Attorney Applicants - Rejected1976-1977
48/15Party1977
48/16Antioch Paralegal Program - Ercardo Lopez1979
48/17Denise Wagner1979
48/18Northeastern Law School - Co-op Applications & Correspondence1979
48/19Lawyer Applications - New (post May 1977) applicants1977
48/20LELO Budget & Expenses 19751975
48/21LELO Budget & Expenses 19761976
48/22LELO Budget & Expenses 1973-19741973-1974
48/23University of Washington Work Study Contract 1977-1978 School Year1979
48/24Antioch Paralegal1979
48/25Minority Recruiting Summer 19781978-1979
48/26Northeastern University Co-op Program1978-1979
48/27Summer 1977 Law Student Hires1977
48/28LELO General Correspondence1973-1977

Subject Terms

Personal Names:
Lindberg, William J. (William James), 1904-1981.
Scott, Tyree, 1940-2003--Archives.
Sims, Beverly E.
Woo, Michael D., creator.
Organizations:
American Friends Service Committee.
American Friends Service Committee. Pacific North West Regional Office.
Court Order Advisory Committee.
Legal Services Center (Seattle, Wash.)
Northwest Labor and Employment Law Office, creator.
Organizing Committee for an Ideological Center, creator.
Seattle (Wash.) Dept. of Human Resources, creator.
Southwest Workers Federation, creator.
United Construction Workers Association.
United States. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, creator.
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