Minutes (administrative records)
Found in 100 Collections and/or Records:
Edith Holsinger was an English teacher, teaching at both Fairmont West High School and Barnes Jr. High School. In 1964, Holsinger aided in the creation of the Kettering Teachers Union and was an active participant until her retirement. The collection consists of administration papers, newsletters, and personal correspondence.
The collection consists of one ledger containing the minutes and financial reports from January 3, 1900, to January 8, 1906, of the Home Savings Association, a building association in Troy, Ohio.
Records include meeting minutes, financial records, convention proceedings, contracts, correspondence, and photographs of this Dayton union.
Contains membership meeting minutes, financial records, membership lists, election records, reports, official circulars, contract agreements and negotiations, correspondence, and strike information. Lodge 225 is based in Dayton, Ohio. Please note that permission is required to use grievance records.
The bulk of the collection consists of meeting minutes of Local 654 and of its regional body, Joint Council 61. Also prominent in the collection are a run of bulletins from the Ohio Conference of Teamsters dating 1950-1951. Some correspondence, dues records, photographs, and miscellaneous items are included. Local 654 was headquartered in Springfield, Ohio.
The collection includes minutes of regular and special meetings, financial records, correspondence, negotiation and arbitration records, agreements, grievances, and union literature. Members of Local 114 worked in Dayton at McCall's, the National Cash Register Company (NCR), Dayton Electrotype, and Matsand Molds, Inc.
Local 804 was organized in 1937 to represent the workers at the Leland Electric Company in Dayton, Ohio. Records include membership meeting minutes, Executive Board and Labor-Management meeting minutes, contract negotiations, the records from organizing campaigns in several small plants in Dayton, correspondence, grievances, union bulletins, membership lists, and files on various subjects including the Communist controversy in the Dayton labor movement during the late 1940s.