Found in 199 Collections and/or Records:
Local 775 represents the workers at the Chrysler Airtemp plant in Dayton, Ohio. The records contain minutes of membership meetings, minutes of the Executive Board, Shop Committee minutes, negotiations and contract agreements, correspondence, political and educational materials, clippings and news releases.
Local 801 was organized in 1938 to represent the workers at the Frigidaire Division of General Motors in Dayton, Ohio. The records consist of membership and Executive Board meeting minutes, financial records, committee files, negotiation and contract records, grievance cases, correspondence, bulletins, and newsletters.
Johnson, an English aviator, became an instant celebrity after piloting her de Havilland Gypsy Moth from London to Australia in 1930, a long distant flight no woman had ever attempted. Her papers include the manuscript of her unpublished biography, written by her sister, as well as correspondence, personal papers, and photographs.
Warren Joy was an engineer with General Electric in Cincinnati, Ohio, for 35 years and a veteran of World War II. His collection consists of correspondence, certificates, photographs, maps, scrapbooks, and other documents.
The collection consists of materials relating to Katz's long career as a musician, composer, teacher, and conductor. Katz organized the Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra in 1933 and held the post of Musical Director until he retired in 1975. Papers in this collection include personal correspondence, conductor scores, photographs, clippings, speeches, and articles by Katz. Also included are audio recordings of performances and interviews by Dr. Katz and his wife Phyllis Katz.