George Romney Papers  1939-1973
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Container / Location Title
 
Labor Relations Files [series]
 
Numbered Files [subseries]
Box   18  
A500 Ann Arbor Railroad Company: General  1926-1951
Box   18  
A501 Mileage: Engineers  1930-1953
 
A503 Wage and Hours Schedules and Agreements:
Box   18  
General  1926-1957
Box   19  
1) Firemen and Engineers  1943-1958
Box   20  
1) Firemen and Engineers  1936-1960
Box   20  
1) Tables of Standard Basic Daily Rates  1915-1955
Box   21  
1) Firemen and Engineers  1945-1947
Box   21  
1-1) Firemen and Engineers  1941-1950
Box   22  
1-1) Firemen  1947-1956
Box   22  
1-2)Firemen and Engineers  1943-1953
Box   23  
2) Conductors and Trainmen  1900,  1922-1960
Box   24  
2) Conductors and Trainmen  1949-1961
Box   25  
2) Yardmen  1942,  1951-1959
Box   25  
3) Clerks  1955
Box   26  
3) Clerks  1945-1960
Box   26  
4) Signalmen  1943-1960
Box   27  
5) Telegraphers  1946-1960
Box   27  
6) Shop Crafts  1946-1961
Box   28  
6) Shop Crafts  1951-1954
Box   28  
8) Linemen  1951-1960
Box   28  
12) Yard Crews: Rule changes  1941
Box   28  
13/14) Engine and Train Service Employees: Reports  1941
Box   28  
17) Selected Employee Groups  1941
Box   28  
24) Train Dispatchers  1946-1950
Box   28  
25) Patrolmen  1947-1956
Box   29  
26) Pursers and Radio Operators  1946-1960
Box   29  
27) Mechanical Department Foremen  1946-1960
Box   29  
28) Yardmasters  1946-1960
Box   30  
28) Yardmasters  1947-1958
Box   30  
29/30) Non-operating Employees  1947-1948
Box   30  
31) Maintenance of Way Supervisors (subordinate officials)  1949-1960
Box   30  
32) Non-operating Employees  1950-1957
Box   31  
32) Non-operating Employees  1948-1955
Box   31  
34) Fifteen Cooperating Railway Labor Organizations (Request for Wage Increases)  1952-1953
Box   32  
34) Fifteen Cooperating Railway Labor Organizations (Request for Wage Increases)  1952-1953
Box   32  
35) Non-operating Railway Labor Organizations  1953-1955
Box   33  
36) Non-operating Railway Labor Organizations  1955-1956
Box   33  
38) Railway Labor Executives Association  1958-1960
Box   33  
A504 Wage Agreements: Conductors and Trainmen  1926-1930
Box   33  
A505 Vacations: Agent-Telegrapher, Non-operating Employees, Train and Engine Service Employees  1942-1959
Box   34  
A507 Deadheading  1931,  1953,  1960
Box   34  
1) Manning and handling crews on football specials  1960
Box   34  
2) Basis for payment for deadheading to and from baggagemaster service  1941
Box   34  
A509 Guarantees  1929-1960
 
A511 Leaves of Absence  1937-1957
Box   34  
1) Compensation  1940-1948
Box   34  
3) Compensation  1940-1948
Box   34  
4) Clerks: Leaves of Absence for Military Service  1945-1956
Box   34  
5) Maintenance of Way Workers: Leaves of Absence for Military Service  1956
Box   34  
6) Enginemen: Leaves of Absence for Military Service  1945
Box   34  
8) Telegraphers: Leaves of Absence for Military Service  1941-1947
Box   34  
10) Seniority Status of Employees working in Outside Industry or Government Service  1940,  1951
Box   34  
11) Shop Crafts, Linemen, Sheet Metal Workers  1942-1954
Box   34  
12) Work or Wreck Train Service  1939-1959
Box   35  
A514 Claims of Engineers; Preparatory and Inspection Time; National Railroad Adjustment Board Cases  1939-1950
 
A515 Marine Employees and Engineers (Beneficial Association; Installing Diesel Power)  1934-1938,  1960
Box   35  
1) Relief Days for Pursers on Lake Michigan Car Ferries  1937
Box   35  
2) Maritime Labor Boards  1951
Box   35  
3) Claims of Marine Employees, Licensed Deck Officers, and Seafarer's International Union; Filling Vacancies of Marine Employees  1955-1959
Box   35  
7) Pay During Suspensions and Holidays  1958-1960
Box   35  
A516 Wage Reductions (Outside Industries; Conference Committee of Managers)  1934-1940
Box   36  
A516 Wage Reductions (Officers and Excepted Positions; Canadian National and Canadian Pacific Railways)  1931-1947
Box   36  
01) Conductors and Trainmen  1938
Box   36  
02) Engineers and Firemen  1938
Box   36  
03) Clerks  1938
Box   36  
04) Telegraphers  1938
Box   36  
05) Dispatchers  1938-1939
Box   36  
06) Maintenance of Way  1938
Box   36  
07) Signalmen  1938
Box   36  
08) Shopmen  1938
Box   36  
09) Marine Engineers  1938
Box   36  
10) Masters, Mates, Pilots  1938
Box   36  
11) Marine Cooks and Stewards  1938
Box   36  
12) Marine Firemen, Oilers, Sailor's Union  1938
Box   36  
1) Trainmen and Enginemen  1931-1934
Box   36  
2) Clerks  1931-1934
Box   36  
3) Telegraphers  1931-1934
Box   36  
4) Maintenance of Way Workers  1931-1934
Box   36  
7) Dispatchers  1930-1934
Box   36  
8) Marine Employees  1931-1934
Box   36  
9) Shopmen  1931-1934
Box   36  
A519 Mileage Claims: Engineers and Firemen  1947-1960
 
A520 Rates of Pay
Box   37  
1) History of Standard Rules Governing Conductors and Trainmen in Yard Service (various agreements)  1950-1955
Box   37  
2) Engineers, Firemen, Hostlers
Box   37  
3) Clerks  1920-1959
Box   37  
4) Approving Pay Rates  1939-1957
Box   37  
6) Claim of Engineer  1950
Box   37  
7) Shop Watchmen  1941
Box   37  
8) Warehouse Foremen  1941
Box   37  
10) Yardmasters  1956
Box   37  
11) "The Earnings and Employment of Seamen on U.S. Flag Ships,"  1958
 
A521 Signalmen  1932-1954
Box   37  
1) Signal Foremen on Union Pacific--brought within terms of "employees" under Railway Labor Act  1936
Box   37  
2) Signal Maintainers: Sunday Work  1937
Box   37  
4) Five-Day Week  1937-1943
 
A522 Six-Hour Day  1932-1937
Box   37  
1) General Office Forces  1932
Box   37  
2) Train and Engine Service Employees  1932,  1936-1937
Box   37  
3) Maintenance of Way, Signalmen  1932
Box   37  
4) Maintenance of Equipment, Stores  1932
Box   37  
5) Station Forces, Clerks, Agents, Telegraphers, Dispatchers, Police Forces, Dining Car Employees  1932
Box   37  
6) Marine Employees  1932
Box   37  
7) Bureau of Information Eastern Railways, Circular Letter No. 1424
Box   38  
A524 Seniority: Conductors, Trainmen, Yardmen, Radio Operators  1932-1952
 
A525 Yardmasters: General  1932-1958
Box   38  
1) Yardmasters Performing Duties of Switchmen  1940
 
A526 Telegraphers  1934-1956
Box   38  
1) Sunday and Holiday Rules  1928-1960
Box   38  
2) Claims  1951-1959
Box   38  
3) Starting Time  1956
Box   38  
4) Claim  1958
Box   38  
A528 Delaware and Hudson Railroad: Pay Rates and Rules  1932
Box   38  
A531 Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Enginemen  1932,  1952
Box   38  
A532 Enginemen, Conductors and Trainmen, Yardmen  1939-1951
Box   38  
A535 Independent Shopmen on the Eastern Lines  1933
 
A537 Emergency Railroad Transportation Act: Equalization of Work  1933
Box   38  
6) Company Unions  1934
Box   38  
7) Progress Report  1933
Box   38  
8) Excessive Overtime  1933
Box   38  
9)  1958-1960
Box   38  
A538 Claims: Engineers and Firemen  1960
Box   39  
A539 Time Claims: Away from Home Terminal Time  1937-1959
Box   39  
A540 Overtime; Boards of Adjustment  1939,  1953-1958
Box   39  
A541-1 Special Board of Adjustment, Train and Enginemen  1953
Box   39  
A542 Train or Car Limit Law  1934-1951
 
A544 National Railroad Adjustment Board
Box   39  
4) Determinations of Craft or Class of the National Mediation Board  1934-1948
Box   39  
6) Rules, Complaints, Decisions  1934-1960
Box   40  
12)  1935-1936
Box   40  
13)  1934-1942
Box   40  
14)  1934-1949
Box   40  
22) Attorney General's Committee on Administrative Procedure  1940-1941
Box   40  
A545 National Mediation Board  1934-1958
Box   40  
A548 Maintenance of Way Employees  1934-1954
Box   40  
A549 Railway Labor Act: Amendments  1934,  1951-1960
 
A551 Marine Department
Box   40  
1) Marine Cooks and Stewards Union  1934-1945
Box   40  
2) Marine Arbitration Case: Licensed Deck Officers' Schedule Revision
Box   40  
 1952-1953
Box   41  
 1948-1957
Box   42  
 1935,  1937,  1960
Box   43  
3) Marine Engineers  1936,  1958
Box   43  
4)  1940
Box   43  
5) Wage Schedules: Ann Arbor Car Ferries
Box   43  
6) Seafarers' Union: Health and Welfare Plan, Pay and Working Conditions  1948-1960
Box   44  
6) Lake Michigan Car Ferries and Independent Car Ferry Workers Union  1934-1954
Box   45  
6)  1938-1956
Box   45  
9) Repairmen  1955-1959
Box   45  
A552 Pullman Company  1934-1958
Box   46  
A553 Payrolls: General  1935-1958
 
A554 Shop Employees  1935-1962
Box   46  
1) Oilers (Carmen Helpers) and Shop Crafts  1936-1937
Box   46  
2) Shop Crafts  1936-1959
Box   46  
3) Shop Crafts  1937
Box   46  
4) Shop Crafts  1937-1944
Box   46  
6) Shop Crafts  1939
Box   46  
7) Shop Crafts  1951-1956
Box   46  
9) Shop Crafts  1938-1958
Box   46  
A559 Joint Trackage Rights  1935-1960
Box   46  
A560 Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen  1935-1950
Box   46  
A564 American Radio Telegraphists Association  1936-1938
Box   46  
A565-1 Yardmen  1937-1941
 
A567 Brotherhood of Maintenance of Way Employees  1936-1960
Box   47  
1)  1941-1944
 
A569 Dismissal, Suspensions and Discipline  1937-1961
Box   47  
1)  1936-1952
Box   47  
2)  1936-1960
Box   47  
3)  1941-1942
Box   47  
4)  1959
Box   47  
A572 Telegraphers Organization  1936-1960
Box   47  
A573 Wabash Special Service Department  1936-1960
Box   47  
A575 Railroad YMCAs Upkeep and Maintenance  1937
Box   47  
A576 Use of Self-Propelled Machines  1937-1959
 
A577 Wage Increases: General  1944-1953
Box   47  
1) Maintenance of Way Employees  1937-1950
Box   47  
2) Clerks  1937-1950
Box   47  
3) Masters, Mates and Pilots  1937
Box   47  
3-1) Masters, Mates and Pilots  1941
Box   47  
3-2) Masters, Mates and Pilots  1942-1955
Box   47  
4) Shop Crafts  1937-1953
Box   48  
5) Marine Engineers  1937
Box   48  
5-1) Marine Engineers  1941-1948
Box   48  
6) Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers, Brotherhood of Firemen and Enginemen, Order of Railway Conductors, Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen  1937-1948
Box   48  
6-1) Conductors, Trainmen, Yardmen, Engineers, Firemen  1941-1943
Box   48  
6-2) Train and Engine Service Organizations  1942-1944
Box   48  
7) Order of Railroad Telegraphers  1937-1950
Box   48  
7-1) Order of Railroad Telegraphers  1941
Box   48  
8) Brotherhood of Railroad Signalmen  1937-1940
Box   48  
8-1_ Brotherhood of Railroad Signalmen  1941
Box   48  
8-2) Brotherhood of Railroad Signalmen  1942-1950
Box   48  
9) Supervisory Officers  1937-1960
Box   48  
10) Yardmasters  1937-1953
Box   48  
11) Unlicensed Marine Department Employees  1944-1953
Box   48  
12) Dispatchers  1939-1949
Box   48  
13) Non-operating Railway Labor Organizations  1937-1944
Box   49  
15) Eastern Carriers Conference Committee  1941
Box   49  
16) Linemen
Box   49  
17) Pursers and Radio Operators  1941-1950
Box   49  
18) Shore Watchmen  1942-1957
Box   49  
19) Mechanical Department Supervisors and Foremen  1945-1953
Box   49  
A580 Telegraphers  1936-1959
Box   49  
A581 Mail, Baggage, Express and Freight Handling  1958-1959
Box   49  
A582 Final Terminal Overtime  1937-1956
Box   49  
A583-1 Pay Claim  1955
Box   49  
A584 Electric Lanterns  1935-1947
Box   49  
A585 Claim  1937
 
A586 Hostlers  1951-1957
Box   49  
1) Employment of Outside Hostler Helpers  1937-1941
Box   49  
2) Inside Hostlers and Laborers
Box   49  
3)  1941-1944
Box   49  
A587 Student Employees  1937-1959
Box   49  
A590 Conferences  1938-1956
Box   49  
A591-1 Wash Rooms, Lockers, Bunks, Washing Facilities on Yard Engines  1938-1956
Box   49  
A591-2 Equipment: Furnishing Tools to Employees  1944-1953
Box   49  
A591-4 Flashlights  1949
Box   49  
A593-1 Passes  1941-1963
Box   49  
A594 Attending Investigations, Inquests, or Court  1938-1961
Box   49  
A597 Seniority: Enginemen  1939-1957
Box   49  
A597-2 Seniority: Masters, Mates, Pilots, Marine Engineers  1945-1952
 
A599 Puller Service  1938-1952
Box   49  
1)  1940-1943
Box   49  
2)  1940-1960
Box   49  
3)  1940-1943
Box   49  
4)  1940-1941
Box   49  
5)
 
A601 Individual Claims  1939-1963
Box   49  
1)  1943-1960
Box   49  
2)  1939-1949
Box   49  
3)  1941-1956
Box   49  
4)  1948-1954
Box   50  
A602 Subordinate Officials and Employees  1937-1958
Box   50  
A606-2 Trainmen  1950-1959
Box   50  
A607 Conferences of Executive Officers  1939-1960
Box   50  
A608 Claim  1945
Box   50  
A609 Claim  1939-1943
Box   50  
A610 Claims  1939-1959
Box   50  
A613 Musicians Union  1939
Box   50  
A613-2 Lighter Captains Union  1940-1957
Box   50  
A614 Individual Claims  1945-1954
Box   50  
A616 Individual Claims: Yardmen  1943-1960
Box   50  
A617 Clerks  1940
Box   50  
A620 Railway Employees' Department of American Federation of Labor: Agreement for Handling Jurisdictional Disputes  1940-1958
Box   50  
A621 Claim  1957
Box   50  
A627 Shop Crafts  1940-1941
Box   50  
A629-1 Claim  1940
Box   50  
A630 Claim  1958-1959
Box   51  
A631 Assignment of Flagmen on Self-propelled Machines  1948-1955
 
A634 Fair Labor Standards Act: Industry Committee  1940-1945
Box   51  
1) Applications of Fair Labor Standards Act to Radio Operators  1941-1950
Box   51  
A638 Complaint of O.R.T.  1940-1956
Box   51  
A640 Inspection and Repair of Diesel Locomotives  1940-1958
Box   51  
A641-1 Request for Change of Apprenticeship Rules  1940-1953
Box   51  
A641-2 Apprentice Training Program  1941-1953
Box   51  
A644 Stokers: Claims, Pay Rates, Request for Two Firemen on Engines  1940-1950
Box   51  
A646 Selective Training and Service Act of  1940 Servicemen's Readjustment Act of,  1944,  1940-1948
Box   51  
A649 Manning of Inter-Railroad Service Trains  1940-1950
Box   51  
A650 Pool Freight Assignments  1941
Box   51  
A655 Clerks: Working Less Than Six Days per Week  1941-1950
Box   51  
A656 Emergency Boards  1950-1960
Box   51  
A662 Claim by Fireman  1942-1947
Box   52  
A663 Claims: Yardmen and Enginemen  1941-1956
Box   52  
A664 Telegrapher, Yard Crews  1942-1946
Box   52  
A665 Telegraphers: Bulletining Vacancies  1958
 
A670 Emergency Acts, Bureaus, Boards and Regulations, etc., created during World War II  1942-1946
Box   52  
1) Anti-Inflation Act  1942-1946
Box   52  
2) National War Labor Board  1943-1946
Box   52  
3) Railroad Manpower  1942-1948
Box   52  
4) Employment Stabilization (National Association of Manufacturers, 1948)
Box   52  
A671 Brief for Supreme Court case: ORT vs. Pennsylvania Railroad Company and Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen  1944
Box   52  
A671-1 Representation of Repairmen at Elberta, Michigan, Yard  1953-1955
Box   52  
A675 Employment of Married Women and Working Under Relatives  1932-1948
Box   52  
A676 Claim of Passenger Crews for Freight Rates  1943-1948
Box   52  
A678 Act Protecting Reemployment Rights of Persons Serving in Merchant Marine  1943-1948
Box   52  
A681 Sick Leave Allowances  1942-1955
Box   52  
A683 Yard Assignments: Starting and Quitting Point  1943-1958
Box   52  
A687 Enginemen and Trainmen Handling Switches, Flagging and Changing Controls on Diesel Engines  1944-1955
Box   52  
A689 Claim Engineer  1944-1951
Box   52  
A690 Learning Road and Terminals  1944-1953
Box   52  
A691 Claims: Yardmen  1948-1960
Box   53  
A691 Claims: Yardmen  1948-1960
Box   53  
A692 Clerks, Yard Clerks, Truckers  1949-1960
Box   53  
A696 Yard Crews Used Off Assignment  1944-1945
Box   53  
A697 Payment under Hours of Service Law; Claims of Firemen and Engineers  1943-1960
Box   53  
A698 Conductors Performing Clerical Work  1945-1949
Box   53  
A699 Two or More Classes of Service; Engineer's Claims  1948-1959
Box   53  
A701 Installation and Maintenance of Radio Equipment  1945-1959
Box   53  
A704 Claims Account: Not Using Firemen on Engines  1946-1959
Box   53  
A706 Used Outside of Assigned Service or Territory; Firemen's and Engineers' claims  1945-1953
Box   53  
A708-3 Strike of Unlicensed Marine Employees on Lake Michigan Car Ferries  1946
Box   53  
A708-5 Strike of Enginemen, Trainmen and Yardmen  1949-1950
Box   53  
A712 Meal Periods: Telegraphers  1946
Box   53  
A714 Claims: Train and Engine Service Employees and Engineers  1947-1956
Box   53  
A715 Claims: Yard Foremen and Engineer; Beginning and End of Day  1954-1960
Box   54  
A715 Claims: Yardmen  1954-1960
Box   54  
A716 Workmen's Compensation Act  1946
Box   54  
A717 Claims: Clerks (use during temporary vacancy)  1952-1956
Box   54  
A718 Engines: Back-up Movements  1960
Box   54  
A721 Continuous Time: Trainmen and Enginemen  1948-1960
Box   54  
A722 Yardmen: Switchtenders Piloting Light Engine Movements Within Terminal  1947-1951
Box   54  
A723 Sleeping Quarters and Hotel Accommodations  1948-1956
Box   54  
A724 Hostling Service: Engineer Crews  1947-1957
Box   54  
A725 Designation of Interchange Tracks  1947-1958
Box   54  
A726 Bulletining Vacancies: Train and Engine Service Employees  1947-1960
Box   54  
A727 Watching Engines  1947-1949
Box   54  
A728 Train Service Employees Performing Telegraphers' Service  1947-1958
Box   54  
A729 Claims: Yardmen  1947-1952
Box   54  
A730 Claims: Engineers, Conductors, Firemen and Brakemen  1947-1955
Box   54  
A731 Placing Supplies and Equipment on Cabooses and Engines  1948-1958
Box   54  
A732 Yardmen Relieving Road Crews Due to Hour of Service Law  1948
Box   54  
A733 Yardmen: Claims, Abolishing or Creating Yard Assignments  1956-1960
Box   54  
A735 Payroll Deductions  1948-1960
Box   54  
A736 Passenger Cars  1948-1957
Box   54  
A737 Initial Terminal Delay  1948-1957
Box   54  
A738  1948-1950
Box   54  
A739-1 Use of Radio by Other Than Operating Employees  1958
Box   54  
A740 Diesel-electric Locomotive Trains  1949
Box   54  
A741 Turnaround Service and Claims by Firemen and Engineers  1949-1960
Box   54  
A742 Conductors and Trainmen Selling Tickets on Trains  1949-1954
Box   54  
A743 Great Lakes Licensed Officers' Organization  1950-1951
Box   54  
A746 Inspection and Testing of Locomotives  1959
Box   54  
A747 Trainmen Handling Gates on Signals  1952
Box   54  
A748 Claim Engineer and Fireman  1950
Box   54  
A749 Weight on Drivers of Engines  1950-1951
Box   55  
A750 Economic Stabilization Agency: Wage and Price Stabilization, Railroad and Airline Wage Board, Office of Price Stabilization Circulars  1952-1953
Box   55  
1) Economic Stabilization Agency: Railroad and Airline Wage Board  1952-1953
Box   55  
A751  1959
Box   55  
A752 Yard Crews Claiming Additional Time and RASH Conference Cases  1951-1955
Box   56  
A753 Notifying Organizations When Employees are Killed or Injured  1951
Box   56  
A757 Yardmen's Claims: 5-6 Day Work Week, Relief Service, Filling Vacancies  1950-1960
Box   56  
A758 Classification of Employees in Enginehouse Territory  1952
Box   56  
A761 Establishing or Abolishing Terminals  1960
Box   56  
A762 Missing Calls, Laying Off and Reporting  1952-1958
Box   56  
A763 Freight Stations  1952
Box   56  
A764 Operating Rules: Examination re  1953-1954
Box   56  
A766 Claims: Yardmen, Yard Foremen, and Helpers  1954
Box   56  
A767 Contracting or Farming Out Work  1960
Box   56  
A773 Telegraphers; Deadheading  1955-1960
Box   56  
A774-1 Right to Work Laws  1960
Box   56  
A775  1958-1959
Box   56  
A777 Transportation Furnished by Company  1956
 
A778 Claims: Pursers  1956-1959
Box   56  
1) Holiday Pay for Pursers  1960
Box   56  
A779 Laying Off and Reporting  1958
Box   56  
A780 Merging Subsidiary Lines with the Ann Arbor Railroad Company  1956
Box   56  
A782 Minimum Daily Earnings; Industrial Switching  1956-1959
Box   56  
A783 Bridges  1957
Box   56  
A784 Railroads Discontinuing Operations  1957
Box   56  
A785 Cost of Living  1957-1959
Box   56  
A788 Eliminating "Extra Gang Foremen" Seniority Roster, Placing Names on Foremen's Roster  1954-1958
Box   56  
A789 Turntables  1957
Box   56  
A790 Consolidating Mechanical Department and Stores Department at Owosso  1958
Box   56  
A795 Hot Boxes  1959
 
A796 Linemen  1957
Box   56  
1) Linemen: Sundays and Holidays  1960
Box   56  
A797 Labor and Management Improper Practices Act, State of New York  1959
Box   56  
A798 Labor-Management Reporting and Disclosure Act of  1959,  1959
Box   56  
A801 Calling of Crews  1960
Box   56  
A803 National Labor-Management Foundation  1960
Box   56  
A804 Reorganization of Railroads  1960
 
Other Labor Records [subseries]
Box   57  
Index to Circulars of the Bureau of Information of the Eastern Railways
 
Agreements
Box   57  
American Railway Supervisors' Association  1956
Box   57  
Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers, Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Enginemen, and Switchmen's Union of North America  1941
Box   57  
Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Enginemen  1937-1956
 
Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen
Box   57  
 1950-1957
Box   57  
 1954-1961
Box   57  
Brotherhood of Railway and Steamship Clerks, Freight Handlers, Express and Station Employees  1957
Box   57  
Clerks and Freight Handlers, Schedules for  1942
Box   57  
Conductors and Trainmen  1922
Box   57  
Engineers, Motormen, Firemen, and Hostlers  1922
Box   57  
Foremen's Association of America, and Great Lakes Licensed Officers' Amalgamated Marine Chapter, Number 159  1949
Box   57  
Great Lakes Licensed Officers' Organization  1953-1957
 
Order of Railroad Telegraphers
Box   58  
 1955
Box   58  
 1955-1960
Box   58  
Representing Purser-Radio Operators  1943-1953
Box   58  
Seafarers' International Union of North America  1954
Box   58  
Train Dispatchers  1918-1925
 
Historical Schedules
Box   58  
Clerks  1921-1957
Box   58  
Enginemen  1922-1956
Box   58  
Telegraphers  1921-1958
Box   58  
Unlicensed Marine Employees and Repairmen  1920-1956
Box   58  
Yardmen  1922-1944
Box   58  
Circular Letters re American Train Dispatchers' Association  1937-1961 (2 folders)
 
Claims Before National Railroad Adjustment Board
Box   58  
Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers  1939-1944
Box   58  
Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Enginemen  1933-1946 (2 folders)
 
Personnel Matters
Box   58  
Engineers and Firemen  1937-1948
Box   59  
Marine Employees  1948-1957
Box   59  
Miscellaneous Groups of Employees  1937-1951
Box   59  
Store Department Employees  1941-1956
Box   59  
Track Supervisors  1948
Box   59  
Seniority Lists  1932-1960
 
Wage Schedules
Box   59  
Telegraphers and Telephoners  1926-1927