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Guide to the Snohomish County Central Labor Council Records



Manuscript Collection No.: 3531
Creator: Snohomish County Central Labor Council , creator
Title: Snohomish County Central Labor Council records
Date Span: 1915-1999
Quantity: approximately 31 cubic feet
Languages: Collection materials are in English.




Historical Note

Labor organization

Originally called the Everett Central Labor Council, this AFL-CIO affiliated organization intended to unite the wide variety of trade unions in Snohomish County, WA, assist in the formation of new unions, influence public opinion to favor the cause of labor, act as arbiters in disputes between employers and union members, and work for increased benefits for wage earners

Scope and Content

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Creator's literary rights transferred to the University of Washington Libraries.


Inventory

  
Accession No. 3531-001
Snohomish County Central Labor Council records , 1927-1977
17.53 cubic feet (16 boxes)
Scope and Content
Correspondence, 1930-1973; minutes, 1930-1945, 1947-1956, 1959-1965, 1968-1977; committee files, financial records, other related files, 1927-1977.
Restrictions on Access
Open to all users.
Records stored offsite; advance notice required for use.
Restrictions on Use
Creator's literary rights transferred to the University of Washington Libraries.
Acquisition Info
Everett Public Library, August 04, 1983
Box/FolderDate
1/1-14/6, 15/37-15/41, 16/1-16/2 RECORD GROUP 1: SNOHOMISH COUNTY CENTRAL LABOR COUNCIL 1926-1939, 1964-1964
1/1- 16/2 RECORD SUBGROUP A: Snohomish Central Labor Council General Office Files
1/1-1/2 SERIES I: ORGANIZATIONAL FEATURES 1926, 1964
1/1Container List- Box Copy
1/2Constitution and Bylaws1926-1964
1/3-1/14 SERIES II: OUTGOING CORRESPONDENCE 1931-1960
1/3Copies from January to December1931
1/4Copies from January1932
1/5Copies from January to June1933
1/6Copies from July to December1993
1/7Copies from January to December1939
1/8Copies from January to November1940
1/9Copies from February to December1941
1/10Copies from January to December1942
1/11Copies from January to December1943
1/12Copies from January to December1944
1/13Copies from January to December1945
1/14Miscellaneous copies from January to December1954-1960
1/15-10/15 SERIES III: GENERAL CORRESPONDENCE 1930-1973
1/15American Federation of Labor1930
1/16Bakers, Culinary Workers Copies1930
1/17Building Laborers and Carpenters1930
1/18Senator Dill, Congressman Hadley, U.S. Government Letters1930
1/19Miscellaneous Correspondence1930
1/20Printing, Painters and Decorators, Pile Drivers1930
1/21American Federation of Labor1931
1/22Building Laborers and Carpenters1931
1/23Central Councils1931
1/24Longshoreman, Meat Cutters, Lumber Workers1931
1/25Miscellaneous1931
1/26Printing, Painters and Decorators, Pile Drivers1931
1/27Outreach Local Unions1931
1/28Senator Dill, Congressman Hadley, U.S. Government Letters1931
1/29Legislation, Bills1931
1/30American Federation of Labor1932
1/31Printing, Painters and Decorators, Pile Drivers1932
1/32Legislation, Bills1932
1/33"Do not patronize list" Correspondence1932
1/34American Federation of Labor1932
1/35Secretary Correspondence1932
1/36Central Councils1932
1/37American Federation of Labor1933
1/38Bakers, Culinary Workers1933
1/39Carpenters and Joiners, The City of Everett1933
1/40Central Councils1933
1/41Congressmen1933
1/42Legislation, Bills1933
1/43Longshoreman, Meat Cutters1933
1/44Printing, Plumbers, Pile Drivers1933
1/45Outside Local Unions1933
1/46Paper Makers1933
1/47Telegrams, Truck Drivers, Phone Operators, Timberworkers1933
1/48U.S. Senators, President Roosevelt1933
1/49Representative Mon Wallgren1933
1/50National Recovery Administration: Pacific Woodenware1933
1/51Miscellaneous1933
1/52Miscellaneous1934
1/53National Recovery Administration: Pacific Woodenware case1934
1/54Timber Workers, Shingle Weavers, Molders1934
1/55Pulp and Paper Workers, Pile Drivers, Pressmen1934
1/56American Federation of Labor1934
1/57U.S. Senators Bone and Dill1934
1/58Everett Building Trades Council1934
1/59Central Labor Unions1934
1/60Meat Cutters, Longshoremen, Culinary Workers1934
1/61Correspondence with President Roosevelt1934
1/62Outside Local Unions1934
1/63State of Washington Departments1934
1/64Representative Mon Wallgren1934
1/65Bookbinders, Pulp and Paper Workers,Telephone Operators1935
1/66Miscellaneous1935
1/67Central Councils1935
1/68American Federation of Labor1935
1/69U.S. Senator Bone1935
1/70Barbers, Building Laborers1935
1/71U.S. Congressmen1935
1/72Copies of Letters1935
1/73Culinary Workers1935
1/74U.S. Government Departments1935
1/75International unions1935
1/76Legislative bills1935
1/77Washington State Legislators, Governor Martin1935
1/78Meat Cutters, Longshoremen1935
1/79Lumber and Sawmill Workers1935
1/80Outside Local Unions1935
1/81Painters, Pile Drivers, Plumbers, Pressmen1935
1/82U.S. Senator Schwellenbach1935
1/83Shingle Weavers, Truck Drivers and Milkmen1935
1/84Representative Mon Wallgren1935
1/85Works Progress Administration1935
1/86Washington Commonwealth Federation1935
2/1American Federation of Labor1936
2/2Barbers, Bookbinders, Carpenters, Electrical Workers1936
2/3U.S. Senator Bone1936
2/4Building Laborers, Building Trades Council1936
2/5Central Councils1936
2/6Copies of letters1936
2/7Culinary Workers1936
2/8Fire Fighters, Inlandboatmen's Union1936
2/9International unions and State federations of labor1936
2/10Longshoremen1936
2/11Lumber & Sawmill Workers1936
2/12Masters, Mates & Pilots; Musicians, Molders1936
2/13Meat Cutters1936
2/14Miscellaneous1936
2/15Tom Mooney1936
2/16Outside Local Unions1936
2/17Newsboys, Pile Drivers, Plumbers, Pressmen1936
2/18Project Workers1936
2/19Pulp & Sulphite Workers1936
2/20U.S. Senator Schwellenbach1936
2/21Salmon Purse Seiners, Stage Employees, Shingle Weavers,1936
2/22Stove Mounters1936
2/23Truck Drivers1936
2/24Representative Mon Wallgren1936
2/25U.S. Government departments1936
2/26Washington Commonwealth Federation1936
2/27Works Progress Administration1936
2/28American Federation of Labor1937
2/29Auto Mechanics, American Newspaper Guild1937
2/30Bakers, Barbers, State Representative Bradford1937
2/31Boommen & Rafters, Brick and Clay Workers, Bus Drivers1937
2/32Building Laborers, Building Trades Council1937
2/33U.S. Senator Bone1937
2/34Carpenters1937
2/35Central Councils1937
2/36City of Everett1937
2/37Congressmen, Congressional bills1937
2/38Culinary Workers1937
2/39Electrical Workers, Fire Fighters1937
2/40Federal Emergency Administration of Public Works1937
2/41Federal Labor Union 205321937
2/42Labor Relations Board, Department of Labor1937
2/43Lathers, Laundry Workers1937
2/44State Legislation1937
2/45Longshoremen 38- 76, Inlandboatmen1937
2/46Lumber and Sawmill Workers1937
2/47Masters, Mates & Pilots; Machinists; Meat Cutters1937
2/48Miscellaneous1937
2/49Molders; Musicians; Municipal Employees1937
2/50Outside Local Unions1937
2/51Pile Drivers; Pressmen; Plasterers; Painters; Plumbers1937
2/52Pulp & Sulphite Workers1937
2/53Salmon Purse Seiners, Seattle P-I; Sheep Shearers1937
2/54U.S. Senator Schwellenbach1937
2/55Shingle Weavers, Stage Employees; Stove Mounters1937
2/56Social Security Board1937
2/57Teachers, Typographical1937
2/58Truck Drivers1937
2/59Union Label Trades Department; Ushers & Cashiers1937
2/60Representative Mon Wallgren1937
2/61Washington Commonwealth Federation; Workers Alliance of Washington1937
2/62Washington State Planning Council1937
2/63Works Progress Administration; Workers Education Bureau1937
2/64American Federation of Labor1938
2/65Auto Mechanics1938
2/66Bakers; Ballots1938
2/67Barbers and Beauticians1938
2/68U. S. Senator Bone1938
2/69Building and Construction Trades Council1938
2/70Building and Construction Laborers; Boot & Shoe Workers1938
2/71Building Service Employees; Brick and Clay Workers1938
2/72California State Federation of Labor1938
2/73Carpenters1938
2/74City of Everett; Chamber of Commerce1938
2/75Other Central Councils; Coopers1938
2/76Congressmen1938
2/77Culinary Workers1938
2/78Electrical Workers, Egg Candlers; Federal Labor Union; Fire Fighters1938
2/79Initiative 1301938
2/80International Labor Defense1938
2/81International unions1938
2/82Lumber and Sawmill Workers1938
2/83Machinist; Molders1938
3/84Meat Cutters1938
2/85Miscellaneous A-F1938
2/86Miscellaneous G- Z1938
2/87Tom Mooney1938
2/88Motor Coach Employees; Municipal Employees1938
2/89Outside Local Unions1938
2/90Pile Drivers; Pressmen; Painters; Plumbers1938
2/91Public Works Administration1938
2/92Pulp & Sulphite Workers1938
2/93Retail Clerks1938
3/1Salmon Purse Seiners; Shingle Weavers; Stove Mounters1938
3/2U.S. Senator Schwellenbach1938
3/3Upholsterers; Ushers & Cashiers1938
3/4Representative Mon Wallgren1938
3/5Works Progress Administration1938
3/6American Federation of Labor1939
3/7Auto Mechanics; Barbers; Bus Drivers; Culinary Workers1939
3/8U.S. Senator Bone1939
3/9Building Service Employees; Building & Construction Laborers1939
3/10Central Councils1939
3/11City of Everett; Chamber of Commerce; County Commissioners1939
3/12Electrical Workers; Egg Candlers1939
3/13Carpenters; Fire Fighters1939
3/14Housing legislation1939
3/15International unions1939
3/16Laundry Workers1939
3/17Lumber & Sawmill Workers1939
3/18Miscellaneous Correspondence1939
3/19Molders; Motor Coach Employees; Musicians; Municipal Employees; Meat Cutters1939
3/20New Deal Democratic League1939
3/21Outside Local Unions1939
3/22Pacific Northwest Centennial Exposition1939
3/23Painters; Plasterers; Plumbers; Pressmen; Pile Drivers1939
3/24Pulp & Sulphite Workers1939
3/25Retail Clerks1939
3/26President Roosevelt1939
3/27U.S. Senator Schwellenbach1939
3/28Social Security Board1939
3/29Teachers, Typographical; Truck Drivers1939
3/30Union Label Committee1939
3/31U.S. Government departments1939
3/32Upholsterers; Ushers & Cashiers1939
3/33Representative Mon Wallgren, other Congressmen1939
3/34Washington State Federation of Labor1939
3/35Welfare Council; Workers Education Bureau1939
3/36Workers Alliance of Washington1939
3/37American Federation of Labor1940
3/38Apple Campaign1939-1940
3/39Barbers & Beauticians; Building Laborers; Building Service Employees1940
3/40U.S. Senator Bone1940
3/41Bus Drivers1940
3/42Carpenters; Casket Workers; Cement Workers1940
3/43Central Councils1940
3/44Chamber of Commerce; Everett Public Schools1940
3/45Electrical Workers; Egg Candlers1940
3/46Elections1940
3/47Finnish Relief Fund1940
3/48Fire Fighters1940
3/49Initiatives 141 and 1391940
3/50International unions1940
3/51Labor Day picnic1940
3/52Laundry Workers1940
3/53Legislative Committee1940
3/54Lumber & Sawmill Workers1940
3/55Machinists; Molders; Municipal Employees1940
3/56Miscellaneous Correspondence1940
3/57Organizer Information1933- 1940
3/58Outside Local Unions1940
3/59Painters; Plumbers; Pressmen; Pile Drivers1940
3/60Pulp & Sulphite Workers1940
3/61Relief Committee1940
3/62Retail Clerks1940
3/63U.S. Senator Schwellenbach1940
3/64Shingle Weavers; Sheet Metal Workers; Stove Mounters1940
3/65Social Security Board1940
3/66Teachers, Typographical; Technical Engineers & Architects1940
3/67Truck Drivers1940
3/68Union Label Committee1940
3/69U.S. Government departments1940
3/70Representative Mon Wallgren, other Congressmen1940
3/71Washington State government departments1940
3/72Weyerhauser Mill vs. Lumber & Sawmill Workers case1940
3/73American Federation of Labor1941
3/74American Labor Committee to Aid British Labor1941
3/75Barbers & Beauticians; Building Laborers; Building Service Employees1941
3/76Bus Drivers; Brick & Clay Workers; Boot & Shoe Workers1941
3/77Carpenters; Casket Workers; Cement Workers1941
3/78Central Councils1941
4/1Columbia Power Trades Council1941
4/2Community Chest1941
4/3Electrical Workers; Egg Candlers1941
4/4Everett Trades Building Association1941
4/5Fire Fighters1941
4/6International unions1941
4/7Laundry Workers; Lathers1941
4/8Lumber & Sawmill Workers1941
4/9Machinists; Molders; Municipal Employees; Meat Cutters1941
4/10Miscellaneous Correspondence1941
4/11Outside Local Unions1941
4/12Painters; Plumbers; Pressmen; Pile Drivers1941
4/13Pulp & Sulphite Workers1941
5/14Retail Clerks1941
4/15Seattle Central Labor Council1941
4/16Shingle Weavers; Sheet Metal Workers; Stove Mounters1941
4/17Teachers; Westman case1941
4/18Unemployment Insurance1941
4/19U.S. Government departments1941
4/20Upholsterers; Ushers & Cashiers1941
4/21U.S. Senators Wallgren, Bone; Representative Henry Jackson1941
4/22Washington State legislators1941
4/23Washington State government departments1941
4/24American Federation of Labor1942
4/25Barbers & Beauticians; Bakers; Boiler Makers1942
4/26Bus Drivers; Building Laborers; Building Service Employees; Boot & Shoe Workers1942
4/27Carpenters; Casket Workers; Cement Workers1942
4/28Central Councils1942
4/29Chamber of Commerce; City of Everett1942
4/30Culinary Workers & Bartenders1942
4/31Electrical Workers; Egg Candlers1942
4/32Health Machine Operators1942
4/33Initiatives and Referenda1942
4/34International Labor Defense1942
4/35International unions1942
4/36Lumber & Sawmill Workers1942
4/37Machinists; Molders; Municipal Employees; Meat Cutters; Musicians1942
4/38Miscellaneous Correspondence1942
4/39Navy Relief1942
4/40Painters; Plumbers; Pile Drivers1942
4/41Pulp & Sulphite Workers1942
4/42Shingle Weavers; Sheet Metal Workers; Stove Mounters; Stage Employees1942
4/43Union Label Trades Department1942
4/44Upholsterers; Ushers & Cashiers1942
4/45U.S. Senators and Congressmen1942
4/46U.S. Government: Office of Price Administration1942
4/47U.S. Government: War Manpower Commission1942
4/48U.S. Treasury Department1942
4/49U.S. Government departments1942
4/50Work Projects Administration: Mrs. Miller case1941-1942
4/51American Federation of Labor1943
4/52Barbers & Beauticians; Bakers; Boiler Makers1943
4/53Bus Drivers; Building Laborers; Building Service Employees1943
4/54Building & Construction Trades Council; Metal Trades Council1943
4/55Carpenters; Casket Workers; Cement Workers1943
4/56Central Councils1943
4/57Chamber of Commerce; City of Everett1943
4/58Culinary Workers & Bartenders; County Employees1943
4/59Electrical Workers; Egg Candlers1943
4/60Fire Fighters1943
4/61Health Machine Operators1943
4/62International unions1943
4/63Labor Consumers League1943
4/64Labor Day1943
4/65Lathers; Laundry Workers1943
4/66Lumber & Sawmill Workers1943
4/67Machinists; Molders; Municipal Employees; Meat Cutters; Musicians; Music Teachers1943
4/68Mine Workers1943
4/69Miscellaneous Correspondence1943
4/70Painters; Plumbers; Pile Drivers1943
4/71Port of Everett Improvements1943
4/72Pulp & Sulphite Workers1943
4/73Retail Clerks1943
4/74Shingle Weavers; Sheet Metal Workers; Stove Mounters; Stage Employees1943
4/75Teamsters; Teachers; Technical Engineers1943
4/76Union Label Trades Department1943
4/77Upholsterers; Ushers & Cashiers1943
4/78U.S. Senators and Congressmen1943
4/79U.S. Government: Office of Price Administration1943
4/80U.S. Government: War Manpower Commission1943
4/81U.S. Government: War Production Board1943
4/82U.S. Treasury Department1943
4/83U.S. Government departments1943
4/84Washington State government departments1943
4/85Washington State Legislature1943
4/86Welders1943
5/1Advertisements for Books, etc.1944
5/2Aeronautical Mechanics; Auto Mechanics1944
5/3American Federation of Labor1944
5/4Barbers & Beauticians; Bakers; Boiler Makers1944
5/5Bus Drivers; Building Laborers; Building Service Employees1944
5/6Carpenters; Casket Workers; Cement Workers; County Employees1944
5/7Central Councils1944
5/8Chamber of Commerce; City of Everett; Everett Public Schools; Civic organizations1944
5/9Culinary Workers & Bartenders1944
5/10Electrical Workers; Egg Candlers1944
5/11Fire Fighters1944
5/12Garment Workers1944
5/13Health Machine Operators1944
5/14Initiatives and Referenda1944
5/15Lathers; Laundry and Dry Cleaning Workers1944
5/16Lumber & Sawmill Workers1944
5/17Machinists; Molders; Municipal Employees; Meat Cutters; Musicians; Music Teachers1944
5/18Miscellaneous correspondence1944
5/19National Planning Association1944
5/20Painters; Plumbers; Pile Drivers; Plasterers and Cement Finishers; Pressmen1944
5/21Post War planning1944
5/22Pulp & Sulphite Workers1944
5/23Retail Clerks1944
5/24Shingle Weavers; Sheet Metal Workers; Stove Mounters1944
5/25Teamsters; Teachers; Technical Engineers; Typographical1944
5/26Upholsterers1944
5/27U.S. Senators and Congressmen1944
5/28U.S. Government departments1944
5/29American Federation of Labor1945
5/30Barbers & Beauticians; Bakers1945
5/31Bus Drivers; Building Laborers; Building Service Employees; Boiler Makers1945
5/32Carpenters; Casket Workers; Cement Workers; Culinary Workers & Bartenders1945
5/33Chamber of Commerce; City of Everett; Civic organizations1945
5/34Electrical Workers; Egg Candlers; Fire Fighters; Government Employees; Glass Workers; Health Machine Operators1945
5/35Free Trade Union Committee; Labor League for Human Rights1945
5/36Health Council; Infantile Paralysis1945
5/37Hollywood Studio Strike1945
5/38International unions1945
5/39Lathers; Laundry and Dry Cleaning Workers1945
5/40Lumber & Sawmill Workers1945
5/41Machinists; Auto Mechanics; Aeronautical Mechanics1945
5/42Molders; Motor Coach Employees; Municipal Employees; Meat Cutters; Musicians; Music Teachers1945
5/43Miscellaneous correspondence A-C1945
5/44Miscellaneous correspondence D-L1945
5/45Miscellaneous correspondence M-S1945
5/46Miscellaneous correspondence U-Y1945
5/47Office Employees1945
5/48Painters; Plumbers; Pile Drivers; Plasterers and Cement Finishers; Pressmen1945
5/49Post War planning1945
5/50Pulp & Sulphite Workers1945
5/51Shingle Weavers; Sheet Metal Workers; Stove Mounters; Stage Employees1945
5/52Teamsters; Teachers; Technical Engineers; Upholsterers1945
5/53Union Label Trades Department1945
5/54U.S. Senators and Congressmen; President Roosevelt1945
5/55U.S. Government departments1945
5/56Washington State government departments1945
5/57American Federation of State County and Municipal Employees1946-1948
5/58American Federation of Labor1946
5/59American Federation of Labor1947
5/60American Federation of Labor1948
5/61American Legion1946-1948
5/62Auto Mechanics jurisdictional dispute1948
5/63Barbers & Beauticians1946- 1948
5/64Boiler Makers1947-1949
5/65Bookbinders
5/66Building & Construction Trades Council1946-1950
5/67Building Laborers1946- 1950
5/68Building Service Workers1946-1949
6/1Bus Drivers1946- 1949
6/2Cannery Workers1946-1950
6/3Carpenters1946-1950
6/4Casket Makers1946-1948
6/5Cement Workers1946-1947
6/6Central Councils1946-1948
6/7Everett Chamber of Commerce1946- 1949
6/8Chemical Workers1947
6/9Communication Workers1947
6/10Culinary Workers & Bartenders1946- 1950
6/11Egg Candlers1946-1949
6/12Electrical Workers1946- 1948
6/13Embalmers1948-1949
6/14Everett Central Labor Council: administration and governance1946-1948
6/15Everett City government1946- 1949
6/16Everett Community Chest1946-1948
6/17Everett Junior College1946- 1950
6/18Everett Metal Trades Council1946-1949
6/19Everett Public Schools1948- 1949
6/20Fire Fighters1946-1949
6/21Firemen and Oilers1948- 1950
6/22Garment Workers1948
6/23Health Machine Operators1946- 1948
6/24Hotel and Restaurant Employees1947
6/25International Longshoremen's and Warehousemen's Union1948
6/26International unions1946- 1948
6/27Labor Journal1946-1950
6/28Lathers1947-1948
6/29Laundry & Dry Cleaning Workers1946-1948
6/30Lumber & Sawmill Workers1946- 1948
6/31Machinists1946-1948
6/32Masters Mates & Pilots1948
6/33Meat Cutters1946-1949
6/34Memorial service1949
6/35Miscellaneous correspondence - Part 11946-1949
6/36Miscellaneous correspondence - Part 21946-1949
6/37Miscellaneous correspondence - Part 31946-1949
6/38Molders1946-1949
6/39Motor Coach Employees1946-1947
6/40Musicians; Music Teachers1946- 1949
6/41Painters1947-1949
6/42Plasterers1946- 1948
6/43Plumbers1946-1949
6/44Post Office Clerks1946- 1948
6/45Pulp & Sulphite Workers1946-1950
6/46Resolutions1946- 1949
6/47Retail Clerks1946-1948
6/48Sheet Metal Workers1947
6/49Shingle Weavers1946
6/50Snohomish County Industrial Union Council1946
6/51Stage Employees1946
6/52Stove Mounters1946-1948
6/53Teachers1946-1948
6/54Teamsters1946-1949
6/55Technical Engineers1946- 1948
6/56Typographical1947-1948
6/57Union Label Trades Department1946-1950
6/58University of Washington1947- 1948
6/59Upholsterers1946-1948
6/60U.S. Government departments1946-1948
6/61U.S. Senators and Congressmen1946- 1948
6/62Veterans organizations1946-1948
6/63Washington State Federation of Labor - Part 11946-1950
6/64Washington State Federation of Labor - Part 21946-1950
6/65Washington State government departments1946-1949
6/66Washington State legislature1946- 1949
6/67YMCA1948
7/1Green, Willaim To Walter Williams on Appoitnment of Walgren to National Security Resources Board1949
7/2Labors League for Political Education1949
7/3AFL- Rent Increases ( H.R. 8276)1950
7/4Brick and Clay Workers ( French. R.E.) 1950
7/5American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees (Freemont, J.C.)1949
7/6Moto Coach Employees (E.W. Ellis) (Portaits-Ellis,) 1949
7/7Misc.- Letters from W.B. "Barney" Toner to Williams, Walter (Portaits- Friend, Royell)1949
7/8Retail Clerks1949-1950
7/9Stove Mounters1949
7/10Teachers ( Fauntleyroy, Lieut. R.H.)1949
7/11U.S. Senators and Representatives (Finley, Robert Supreme Court Judge)1949
7/12Washington State Legislature (Portraits- Freedheim) 1949
7/13Central Labor Council1947- 1949
7/14American Federation of Labor1949-1950
7/15Corresp. (B-22 Coler Lu Lu Alphabet) 1952
7/16State of Washington Department of Labor Industries- General Safety Standards1943
7/17Everett Central Labor Council1953
7/18General Hospital (Building Service)1955
7/19Letters to and from the Everett Central Labor Council (Part 1 of 2)1953-1958
7/20AFL-CIO (Part 2 of 2)
7/211951 (Part 1 of 4)1951
7/221951 (Part 2 of 4)1951
7/231951 (Part 3 of 4)1951
7/241951 (Part 4 of 4)1951
7/251950 (Part 1 of 2)1950
7/261950 (Part 2 of 2)1950
7/27Correspondance1961
7/28snohomish County Labor Council and the AFL- CIO1963-1965
7/29Snohomish County Labor Council and AFL- CIO1963
7/30AFL Unions-Released Information Materials (L) 1963-1964
7/31Legislatrive1963-1965
7/32Union Information and Corresp. (M)1963-1965
7/33AFL-CIO Affiliates- Information Material (N) 1963-1965
7/34AFL-CIO Legislation and Puget Sound Excursion Line (P) 1963-1965
7/35AFL-CIO Red Cross Inoformation (R)1956- 1965
7/36Snohomish County Labor Council-corresp., information material AFL-CIO-Legislation (S) 1962-1964
7/37Snohomish County Labor Council and Snohomish-Island County Tuberculosis Association- education, medical, legislation (T)1963-1964
8/1General Correspondence U (22) - Letters, Bulletins, Newsletters (Part 1 of 2)1962-1965
8/2General Correspondence U (22) - Letters, Bulletins, Newsletters (Part 2 of 2)1962-1965
8/3General Correspondence- U.S. Congress1964-1965
8/4Work Relief Program1961- 1963
8/5W (24)1962-1964
8/6General Correspondence- AFL-CIO, Newsletters and Bulletins(part 1 of 2)1961-1963
8/7General Correspondence- AFL-CIO, Newsletters and Bulletins(part 2 of 2)1961-1963
8/8General Correspondence- Bulletins, Reports (part 1 of 2) 1959-1961
8/9General Correspondence- Bulletins, Reports (part 2 of 2) 1959-1961
8/10General Correspondence- published information materials, legislation (part 1 of 2)1956-1960
8/11General Correspondence- published information materials, legislation (part 2 of 2)1956-1960
8/12General Correspondence- legislation, published materials (part 1 of 3)1957-1962
8/13General Correspondence- legislation, published materials (part 2 of 3)1957-1962
8/14General Correspondence- legislation, published materials (part 3 of 3)1957-1962
8/15General Correspondence- legislation, published information materials (part 1 of 3)1957-1960
8/16General Correspondence- legislation, published information materials (part 2 of 3)1957-1960
8/17General Correspondence- legislation, published information materials (part 3 of 3)1957-1960
8/18General Correspondence- minutes, published materials, legislation (part 1 of 3)1951-1960
8/19General Correspondence- minutes, published materials, legislation (part 2 of 3)1951-1960
8/20General Correspondence- minutes, published materials, legislation (part 3 of 3)1951-1960
8/21American Federation of Labor1955-1962
8/22A- correspondence (part 1 of 2)1942- 1962
8/23A- correspondence (part 2 of 2)1942-1962
8/24B- correspondence1955- 1962
8/25International Chemical Workers Union1963
8/26AFL-CIO Community Service Activities1957-1960
8/27C- correspondence (part 1 of 3)1954- 1963
8/28C- correspondence (part 2 of 3)1954-1963
8/29C- correspondence (part 3 of 3) 1954-1963
8/30D- correspondence1960-1962
8/31E- correspondence1955-1963
8/32Financial Statements (part 1 of 2)1955- 1963
8/33Financial Statements (part 2 of 2)1955-1963
9/1F- correspondence1954-1962
9/2G- correspondence1954-1962
9/3H- correspondence1920-1962
9/4I- correspondence (part 1 of 2)1949- 1962
9/5I- correspondence (part 2 of 2)1949-1962
9/6J - correspondence1954- 1958
9/7K - correspondence1955-1962
9/8Labor's League for Political Education1954-1956
9/9Legislative - (part 1 of 5)1954- 1962
9/10Legislative - (part 2 of 5)1954-1962
9/11Legislative - (part 3 of 5) 1954-1962
9/12Legislative - (part 4 of 5)1954- 1962
9/13Legislative - (part 5 of 5)1954-1962
9/14M - correspondence1959- 1962
9/15N - correspondence1960-1963
9/16O - correspondence1956- 1963
9/17P - correspondence (part 1 of 2)1954-1962
9/18P - correspondence (part 2 of 2)1954-1962
9/19R - correspondence (part 1 of 2)1954- 1963
9/20R - correspondence (part 2 of 2)1954-1963
9/21S - correspondence (part 1 of 3)1955-1962
9/22S - correspondence (part 2 of 3)1955- 1962
9/23S - correspondence (part 3 of 3)1955-1962
9/24AFL-CIO (part 1 of 3)1963
9/25AFL-CIO (part 2 of 3)1963
9/26AFL-CIO (part 3 of 3)1963
10/1AFL-CIO (part 1 of 2)1964
10/2AFL-CIO (part 2 of 2)1964
10/3AFL-CIO1965
10/4A - correspondence1963-1965
10/5B - correspondence1963-1964
10/6C - correspondence1963-1964
10/7D - correspondence1963-1964
10/8E - correspondence1963-1964
10/9F - correspondence1963-1964
10/10G - correspondence1963-1964
10/11H - correspondence1964
10/12General correspondence1964-1965
10/13General correspondence (part 1 of 2) 1971-1973
10/14General correspondence (part 2 of 2) 1971-1973
10/15AFL-CIO1971-1974
10/16-11/11, 12/1- 12/5 SERIES IV: MINUTES 1930-1977
10/16-11/5, 12/1-12/5 Subseries A: Minutes -- Everett Central Labor Council / Snohomish County Labor Council 1930-1977
10/16Minutes1930-1931
10/17Minutes1931-1933
12/1Minutes1932-1935
12/2Minutes1935-1937
12/3Minutes1937-1940
12/4Minutes1940-1943
12/5Minutes1943-1945
10/18Minutes1939
10/19Minutes (1 of 2)1946
10/20Minutes (2 of 2) 1946
10/21Minutes1948
10/22Minutes1949
10/23Minutes1950
10/24Minutes1951
10/25Minutes1952
10/26Minutes1953
10/27Minutes1954
10/28Minutes1955
10/29Minutes1956
10/30Minutes1959
10/31Minutes1964
10/32Minutes1965
10/33Minutes1968-1972
11/1Minutes1973
11/2Minutes1974
11/3Minutes1975
11/4Minutes1976
11/5Minutes1977
11/6-11/11 Subseries B: Minutes of related labor organizations 1938- 1963
11/6Minutes of Central Trades Welfare Council1938
11/7Minutes of Apprenticeship Training Committee1940
11/8Minutes, related records of Washington State Federation of Labor Legislative Committee: industrial insurance1939-1940
11/9Minutes, related records of Washington State Federation of Labor Legislative Committee1941
11/10Minutes of Everett Union Card and Label Council1959-1963
11/11Minutes of Grand Coulee Central Labor Council1940
11/12-11/20 SERIES V: FINANCIAL RECORDS 1934- 1971
11/12Financial reports1934
11/13Financial reports1936
11/14Financial reports1939
11/15Financial reports1940
11/16Financial reports1944
11/17Financial reports1945
11/18Financial reports1963-1965
11/19Tax reports1963-1971
11/20Journal of receipts and expenditures1942-1952
11/21-11/29 SERIES VI: DELEGATE ATTENDANCE RECORDS 1925- 1965
11/21Roll Book1925-1936
11/22Roll Book1937- 1938
11/23Roll Book1938-1942
11/24Roll Book1943- 1946
11/25Roll Book1950-1964
11/26Attendance rolls1961- 1962
11/27Attendance rolls1963
11/28Attendance rolls1964
11/29Attendance rolls1965
11/30-11/43 SERIES VII: RESOLUTIONS 1931-1945
11/30Resolutions1931
11/31Resolutions1933
11/32Resolutions1935
11/33Resolutions1936
11/34Resolutions1937-1938
11/35Resolutions1938
11/36Resolutions1938-1939
11/37Resolutions1939
11/38Resolutions1940
11/39Resolutions1940-1941
11/40Resolutions1942
11/41State Federation Corrections (Resolutions) 1943
11/42Resolutions1943-1944
11/43Resolutions1945
13/1-13/14 SERIES VIII: NEWSLETTERS AND PRESS RELEASES 1938- 1961
13/1A.F.L. Monthly Survey of Business; Financial Report1938
13/2A.F.L. Monthly Survey of Business; Convention Call1939
13/3A.F.L. Monthly Survey of Business1940
13/4A.F.L. Convention Call; Labor's Monthly Survey1941
13/5A.F.L. Labor's Monthly Survey1944
13/6A.F.L. Labor's Monthly Survey1944- 1945
13/7A.F.L. Labor's Monthly Survey1944-1945
13/8International Labor Defense (part 1 of 2) 1940
13/9International Labor Defense (part 2 of 2) 1940
13/10International Labor Defense (part 1 of 3) 1941
13/11International Labor Defense (part 2 of 3) 1941
13/12International Labor Defense (part 3 of 3) 1941
13/13Political Memo from C.O.P.E.1961
13/14Work Projects Administration1941- 1942
13/15-13/19 SERIES IX: LISTS 1937-1961
13/15Mailing List, Local Unions1945
13/16Reports, Credentials1937
13/17Committees1945-1946
13/18State Union Label Councils Dues1954-1961
13/19Credentials1959-1961
13/20-13/24 SERIES X: CONFERENCE AND CONVENTION RECORDS 1906, 1939-1944, 1965-1968
13/20Western States A.F. of L. Conference1939
13/21A.F. of L. Convention1944
13/22Convention correspondence1944
13/23Convention Call1965-1968
13/24President Gompers' Report1906
13/25-13/31 SERIES X: ELECTION RECORDS 1939-1946
13/25Ballots1939
13/26Ballots1940-1941
13/27Ballots1942
13/28Ballots1945
13/29City Elections Ads1943
13/30Ballot1964
13/31City Elections Ads1946-1942
13/32-14/6, 15/37-15/41, 16/1-16/2 SERIES XI: SUBJECT FILES 1916- 1975
13/32Agreements1940
13/33Minutes & Proceedings of Second Farm-Labor Legislative Conference of Snohomish County1941
13/34Financial Report of Spokane Central Labor Council re: money received to support Laundry Strike 1937-19381938
13/35Ephemera, including Labor Journal stock certificate1916-1975
13/36Reports of Secretary1941- 1942
13/37Reports of Union Card and Label Council1958-1961
13/38Legislative Bills1937-1939
13/39Washington State graduated income tax bill1940
13/40Washington State laws governing women employees1921-1945
13/41S Supreme Court Organization Meetin, May 19371936-1937
13/42Occupational (Fiasco) Rules & Reports1937
13/43Olympic National Park1936- 1939
13/44Public Utility Commission1938
13/45Public Utility Commission1939
13/46Public Utlities1942
13/47Public Utilities1943
13/48Public Utilities1943-1944
13/49Public Utilities1945
13/50Lincoln School Case1930- 1941
13/51Post War Forum, New York April 12-131943-1944
13/52Community Greater Everett Defense Chest1941-1942
13/53Community and War Chest Drive Receipts1942
13/54Community Greater Everett Defense Chest.1943
13/55Community and War Chest1943- 1945
13/56Housing1942
13/57Housing1943
13/58China Civilian Relief1938-1939
13/59Post War Plannning1942-1943
13/60Presidents Birthday Ball and Celebration, Financial Reports Etc.1939
14/1Burn the Mortgage Party, April 3rd1940
14/2Party Nov. 26th Program and Financial Report1941
14/3Presidents Birthday Celebration1940- 1941
14/4Presidents Birthday Celebration1941-1942
14/5Presidents Birthday Celebration1943
14/6Council Party1955-1964
15/37AFL-CIO Committee on Politcal Education (C.O.P.E.)1962
15/38AFL-CIO Committee on Politcal Education (C.O.P.E.) 1970-1973
15/39Snohomish County Citizens' Council1958- 1963
15/40Snohomish County Community Mental Health Board (part 1 of 3)1958- 1972
15/41Snohomish County Community Mental Health Board (part 2 of 3)1958- 1972
16/1Snohomish County Community Mental Health Board (part 3 of 3)1958- 1972
16/2Health Maintenance Organizations1975
14/7-15/36, 16/3- 16/17 RECORDS SUBGROUP B: CENTRAL LABOR COUNCIL OF SNOHOMISH COUNTY COMMITTEES
14/10-14/61 SERIES I: GRIEVANCE COMMITTEE ("We Do Not Patronize" Case Records) 1925-1965
14/10Bakery and Confectionery and Culinary Workers and List1933
14/11Building Trades and Central Councils1933
14/12Truck Drivers and Washington State Federation of Labor1933
14/13MeatCutters, Musicians Painters and Paperhangers1933
14/14Zaat Case1933-1934
14/15Building Trades and "We Do Not Patronize" List1934
14/16Central Councils Culinary Workers1934
14/17Meatcutters, Truck Drivers Washington State Fed. of Labor1934
14/18Central Councils, MeatCutters, Pile Drivers, Retail Clerks, Shingle Weavers1935
14/19Truck Drivers, Washington Federation of Labor1935
14/20Bakers, Barbers, Building Trades and Culinary Workers (List)1935
14/21Bakers, Barbers, Building Trades Council and List1935-1936
14/22Culinary Workers1936
14/23Meat Cutters, Moulders, Musicians1936
14/24Shingle Weavers, Truck Drivers, Typographical Union1936
14/25Automobile Workers, Auto Mechanics, "We Do Not Patronize" List1937
14/26Bakers, Barbers, Brick Layers Building Trades1937
14/27Central Councils, Culinary Workers and Electricians1937
14/28Lumber and Sawmill Workers, Meat Cutters and Moulders1937
14/29Musicians, Truck Drivers, State Federation of Labor1937
14/30American Federation of Labor and Auto Mechanics "We Do Not Patronize Cases" List1938
14/31Bakers, Barbers, Boot and Shoe Workers Everett Building and Construction Trades1938
14/32Bldg. Service Employees, Culinary Workers, Lbr. Sawmill Workers1938
14/33Meatcutters, Moulders, Pile Drivers1938
14/34Truck Drivers1938
14/35Auto Mechanics, Barbers, Boot and Shoe Workers, "We Do Not Patronize Cases" List1939
14/36Building Trades and Bldg. Service Employees1939
14/37Culinary Workers, Coopers1939
14/38Meat Cutters 1939- Molders Musicians1939
14/39Truck Drivers 1939- Sawmill Workers, Typographical and Upholsterers'
14/40Minutes1925, 1929, 1932, 1938
14/41Barbers, Building Trades Council1930-1932
14/42Truck Drivers, Stage Employees1930
14/43Barbers, Building Trades Council1931
14/44Truck Drivers1931
14/45Master Mates and Pilots, Musicians1940
14/46Meat Cutters1940
14/47Culinary Workers and Bartenders, Coopers, County Employees1940-1941
14/48Building and Construction Trades Council1944
14/49Truck Drivers, Teachers, Typographical, Technical Engineers1940-1941
14/50Auto Mechanics1940
14/51Building and Construction Trades Council1940
14/52Culinary Workers and Bartenders, Coopers1940
14/53Lathers, Laundry Workers1941- 1942
14/54Auto Mechanics1941
14/55Building and Construction Trades Council1941
14/56Auto Mechanics1942
14/57Building and Construction Trades Council1942
14/58Truck Drivers, Technical Engineers1942
14/59Building and Construction Trades Council; Central Councils; other councils1945
14/60We do not patronize list1954- 1959
14/61We do not patronize list1959-1965
14/7-14/9 SERIES II: RECORDS OF GRIEVANCE COMMITTEE 1954-1965
14/7Grievance Committee (Current) P.C. COPE, Chairman1954-1956
14/8Grievance Committee (part 1 of 2)1960- 1965
14/9Grievance Committee (part 2 of 2)1960-1965
15/17-15/18 SERIES III: RECORDS OF BYLAWS COMMITTEE 1943-1944
15/17Sample by-laws and trade rules of local unions1943
15/18Report of committee and revised by- laws1944
15/19 SERIES IV: RECORDS OF REGISTRATION COMMITTEE 1944
15/19Registration Committee1944
15/20-15/25 SERIES V: RECORDS OF THE EDUCATION COMMITTEE 1940- 1945
15/20Education Committee1940-1941
15/21Education Committee1940
15/22Workers Education Bureau1941
15/23Workers Education Bureau1943- 1944
15/24Workers Education Bureau1943
15/25Workers Education Bureau1945
15/26-15/29 SERIES VI: RECORDS OF THE RED CROSS COMMITTEE 1942- 1945
15/26Red Cross1943-1944
15/27Red Cross1945
15/28Red Cross Fund1942
15/29Red Cross Fund1942-1943
15/30-15/32 SERIES VII: RECORDS OF THE PICNIC COMMITTEE 1947- 1948
15/30(Picnic Committee)1947-1948
15/31Central Labor Council Picnic Committee1948
15/32C.L.C. Picnic1948
15/33-15/36 SERIES VIII: RECORDS OF THE SCHOLARSHIP COMMITTEE 1955-1977
15/33Scholarship Committee1967-1977
15/34Scholarship- Council EF.T. 7721955- 1964
15/35Scholarship1971-1976
15/36Labor Council Scholarships 741974-1975
16/3-16/17 SERIES IX: RECORDS OF EVERETT UNION CARD AND LABEL COMMITTEE 1938- 1966
16/3Correspondence (part 1 of 4)1950-1957
16/4Correspondence (part 2 of 4) 1950-1956
16/5Correspondence (part 3 of 4)1955- 1956
16/6Correspondence (part 4 of 4)1947-1955
16/7Union Labor Week Queen Contest (part 1 of 2) 1951-1955
16/8Union Labor Week Queen Contest (part 2 of 2) 1955-1956
16/9Fair Booth1956-1964
16/10Items with Union Labels1957-1959
16/11Washington State Federation of Union Card and Label Councils Ada Sommer- Sec., L.A. Holley- Pres.1951-1957
16/12Wash. State Federation of Union and Card Council Correspondence1959-1961
16/13Union Label and Service Trades Dept. Raymond F. Leheney, Sec-Treas Donald L. Oakley- Director (part 1 of 2)1954-1957
16/14Union Label and Service Trades Dept. Raymond F. Leheney, Sec-Treas Donald L. Oakley- Director (part 2 of 2)1954-1957
16/15Union Label Trades Dept.1940
16/16Union Label Exhibition Union Label Trades Dept. Union Label Committee1938
16/17Union Label Council Fed. and State1961- 1966
14/62-15/16 RECORD GROUP 2: WASHINGTON STATE FEDEREATION OF LABOR / WASHINGTON STATE LABOR COUNCIL CORRESPONDENCE AND CONVENTION RECORDS 1930-1965
14/62Washington State Federation of Labor1930
14/63Washington State Federation of Labor1931
14/64Washington State Federation of Labor1933
14/65Washington State Federation of Labor1934
14/66Washington State Federation of Labor1935
14/67Washington State Federation of Labor1936
14/68Washington State Federation of Labor1937
14/69Washington State Federation of Labor1938
15/1Washington State Federation of Labor1939
15/2Washington State Federation of Labor1940
15/3Washington State Federation of Labor1941
15/4Washington State Federation of Labor1942
15/5Washington State Federation of Labor1943
15/6Washington State Federation of Labor Convention1944
15/7Washington State Federation of Labor Correspondence1944
15/8Washington State Federation of Labor1945
15/9News Bulletin; Federation Bulletin1945
15/10Washington State Federation of Labor1957-1962
15/11Washington State Federation of Labor1963
15/12Washington State Federation of Labor1964
15/13Washington State Federation of Labor1965
15/14Washington State Federation of Labor1966
15/15Washington State Federation of Labor Executive Board1963-1965
15/16United Labor Lobby1963

  
Accession No. 3531-002
Snohomish County Central Labor Council records , 1947-1983
3' linear
Scope and Content
Correspondence, 1973-1981; minutes, 1956-1966, 1977; C.O.P.E. minutes, 1958-1964; financial records, other related files.
Files in this accession overlap and continue those in acc. no. 3531-001.
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Central Labor Council, Snohomish County, January 13, 1984

  
Accession No. 3531-003
Snohomish County Central Labor Council records , 1965-1984
6' linear
Scope and Content
Correspondence, minutes, financial records, reports, conferences and conventions, newsletters, clippings, subject series.
This accession includes records of the Central Labor Council 1971-1984 (bulk 1982-1984) and records of one local, Teachers Local 1690 of Edmonds 1965-1976.
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Central Labor Council, Snohomish County, August 01, 1986

  
Accession No. 3531-004
Snohomish County Central Labor Council records , 1986-1987
5" linear
Scope and Content
Correspondence, 1986-1987.
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Mike Sells, Everett Education Association. Extra source date: 11/14/88, March 11, 1988

  
Accession No. 3531-005
Snohomish County Central Labor Council records , 1915-1989
7.5" linear
Scope and Content
Correspondence, minutes, news releases, newsletters, mailings, subject series, 1984-1989; Central Labor Council, Everett files, 1915-1947.
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Everett Public Library, current mailings, December 08, 1989

  
Accession No. 3531-006
Snohomish County Central Labor Council records , 1990
2.5" linear
Scope and Content
Correspondence, 1989-1990 (less than 1% is 1989)
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Central Labor Council, Snohomish County, January 10, 1991

  
Accession No. 3531-007
Snohomish County Central Labor Council records , 1984-1991
7.5" linear
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General correspondence, 1984-1986, 1989-1991.
One file, 1986, regards the Everett Naval Homeport.
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Central Labor Council, Snohomish County, November 18, 1992

  
Accession No. 3531-008
Snohomish County Central Labor Council records , 1992
ca. .5" linear
Scope and Content
Questionnaires, 1992.
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Central Labor Council, Snohomish County, February 24, 1993

  
Accession No. 3531-009
Snohomish County Central Labor Council records , 1973-1992
.42 cu. ft. (1 box)
Scope and Content
Minutes (1977-1981, 1988-1990, 1992), correspondence (1973-1974, 1977-1978), financial reports (1988-1990), photographs. Three of the correspondence files deal primarily with requests by member unions for the sanction of the Central Council for strikes.
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Snohomish County Central Labor Council, August 18, 1995

  
Accession No. 3531-010
Snohomish County Central Labor Council records , 1915-1998
.42 cu. ft. (1 box)
Scope and Content
Outgoing correspondence (1991-1993), minutes (1991), newsletters (1993-1998), and related material. Also includes minutes of the Everett Labor Journal Publishing Company (1915-1920). Span dates of this accession are 1915-1998.
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Snohomish County Central Labor Council, June 24, 1998

  
Accession No. 3531-011
Snohomish County Central Labor Council records , 1971-1983
0.21 cubic ft. (1 box)
Scope and Content
Financial records; 1971-1983
Includes monthly and annual financial statement reports for the Snohomish County Labor Council, AFL/CIO and both federal and payroll tax reports for SCLC employees
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Mike Sells, December 15, 1998

  
Accession No. 3531-012
Snohomish County Central Labor Council records , 1992-1996
0.42 cubic ft. (1 box)
Scope and Content
Correspondence, minutes, awards and honors; 1992-1996
Incoming and outgoing correspondence was primarily created by Mike Sells while serving as Secretary-Treasurer of the Snohomish County Labor Council, AFL-CIO. Correspondence files includes photographs, clippings, reports, survey forms, and awards. Also includes a City of Everett Proclaimation honoring union-produced products and services with Union Label Week, September 7-13, 1992
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Mike Sells, January 01, 1999

  
Accession No. 3531-013
Snohomish County Central Labor Council records , 1992-1998
0.42 cubic ft. (1 box)
Scope and Content
Correspondence, minutes, reports, financial records, subject files, photographs; 1992-1998
Subject files include correspondence, statistics, and reports related to local affiliations, evaluations of legislators' performance on children's issues in the 1997-1998 Legislature, and the issue of mining in the Granite Falls project
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Snohomish County Labor Council, March 08, 1999

  
Accession No. 3531-014
Snohomish County Central Labor Council records , 1950-1999
0.03 cubic ft. (1 folder)
Scope and Content
Constitutions, bylaws, awards and honors; 1950-1999
Includes three copies of the Everett Central Labor Council constitution and bylaw (1950) and three proclaimations issued by Snohomish County, Govenor Gary Locke, and the City of Everett recognizing Worker Memorial Day on April 28, 1999
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Mike Sells, January 01, 2000.

  
Accession No. 3531-015
Snohomish County Central Labor Council records , 1933-1998 (Bulk: 1998)
0.21 cubic ft. (1 box)
Scope and Content
Correspondence, publications, membership records.
Incoming and outgoing correspondence was primarily created by Mike Sells while serving as Secretary-Treasurer of the Snohomish County Labor Council, AFL-CIO. Also includes a copy of The Labor Journal, a publication of the A.F. of L Unions of Everett and Vicinity, dated September 2, 1977 and a certificate of membership for the Amalgamated Association of Street and Electric Railway Employees of America, dated November 1, 1933
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Snohomish County Labor Council, February 18, 2000

Subject Terms

Personal Names:
Bone, Homer Truett, 1883-1970, creator.
Cope, Phil L., creator.
Jackson, Henry M. (Henry Martin), 1912-1983, creator.
Magnuson, Warren G. (Warren Grant), 1905-1989., creator.
Wallgren, Monrad C. (Monrad Charles), 1891-1961, creator.
Wright, William M., creator.
Organizations:
AFL-CIO. Committee on Political Education, creator.
AFL-CIO. Committee on Political Education, creator.
AFL-CIO. Union Label and Service Trades Dept, creator.
AFL-CIO. Washington State Labor Council, creator.
AFL-CIO. Washington State Labor Council. Executive Board, creator.
AFL-CIO. Washington State Labor Council. United Labor Lobby, creator.
American Federation of Teachers. Local 1690 (Edmonds, Wash.), creator.
Everett Central Labor Council (Wash.), creator.
Everett Union Card and Label Council (Wash.), creator.
Snohomish County Central Labor Council--Archives.
Snohomish County Citizens' Council, creator.
Snohomish County Mental Health Clinic, creator.
U.S. Navy. Naval Station (Everett, Wash.)
Washington State Federation of Labor, creator.
Washington State Federation of Union Card and Labor Councils, creator.
Subjects:
Labor History
Labor Unions
Personal Papers/Corporate Records
Photographs
Washington (State)
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