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Wharton School. Industrial Research Unit Records

UPB 5.9IR

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Summary Information

Repository:
University of Pennsylvania: University Archives and Records Center
Creator:
Wharton School. Industrial Research Unit.
Title:
Wharton School. Industrial Research Unit Records
Date [bulk]:
1930-1980
Date [inclusive]:
1900-1996
Call Number:
UPB 5.9IR
Extent:
85 Cubic feet
Language:
English
ABSTRACT:
The Industrial Research Unit of the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania was founded in 1921 as the Industrial Research Department with a mission to "study the economic and social problems of business." Sponsored by the Trustees of the University and financially assisted by the Carnegie Corporation, the Department worked in close relationship with a group of representative Philadelphia firms, which furnished data for research and analysis. The collection documents the research work the Wharton Industrial Research Unit undertook from the 1920s to 1990s.
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Biography/History

The Industrial Research Unit of the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania was founded in 1921 as the Industrial Research Department with a mission to "study the economic and social problems of business." Sponsored by the Trustees of the University and financially assisted by the Carnegie Corporation, the Department worked in close relationship with a group of representative Philadelphia firms, which furnished data for research and analysis. From its inception to World War II, the Department, under the direction of two faculty members, Joseph H. Willits and Anne Bezanson, attracted worldwide attention for its pioneering studies of industrial relations. Its research results were well received by employer associations, government agencies, and international organizations. The major Research Associates working under the two directors during this period were C.Canby Balderston, Hiram S. Davis, Eleanor L. Dulles, Marion Elderton, W. E. Fisher, Miriam Hussey, Gladys L. Palmer, and George W. Taylor.

Budgetary problems after the War caused a restructuring of the institution. In 1953, the Department became a unit of the Wharton School's Department of Industry (later known as the Department of Management). Gladys L. Palmer was appointed director of the newly formed Industrial Research Unit. The Unit made new progress in areas of labor mobility, pricing, and productivity. The Unit's renaissance, however, did not last long. In January 1964, the Wharton School appointed Herbert R. Northrup as chairman of the Department of Industry and director of the Industrial Research Unit. That same year, the Unit moved from 3440 Walnut Street to the Wharton School's Dietrich Hall. Its future remained uncertain.

Under the leadership of its new director, however, the Unit soon succeeded in gaining necessary resources to fund new initiatives. By the summer of 1968, the Unit had become an active, vital organization again, advancing knowledge in industrial relations, labor market, manpower, and industry studies. In addition to contributing numerous articles to professional industrial relations and legal journals around the world, it completed two book series, the Racial Policies of American Industry Series and the Studies of Negro Employment, and established two new series, the Labor Relations and Public Policy Series, and the Manpower and Human Resources Studies. In 1972, it moved its offices to the newly-built Vance Hall, where they remain today. Around this time, Richard L. Rowan was appointed co-director of the Unit along with Northrup. In mid 1970s, the Unit formed the Multinational Research Advisory Group and started the Multinational Industrial Relations Series after receiving a gift from the Chase Manhattan Bank of the latter’s library of international labor law information.

After Northrup retired, Richard L. Rowan became director of the Unit in July 1988. In 1990, the institution was renamed "The Center for Human Resources." The present center is more focused on the study of human resources and labor and personnel management. Organizationally, it comprises four major groups for research and information services. These include the Research Advisory Group, the Multinational Research Advisory Group, the Financial Employee Relations Study Group, and the Labor Relations Council. Although its staff consists of Wharton faculty members, the center has, since the 1970s, had its own budget independent of Wharton. During Northrup's tenure, the Unit depended mainly on money from various foundations. The new center adds to its income from grants the proceeds from providing advisory services and issuing news letters to corporate members.

Scope and Contents

The collection documents the research work the Wharton Industrial Research Unit undertook from the 1920s to 1990s.

The Administration series features annual summaries from 1983 to 1989, Reports on Progress from 1978 to 1989, and an "Industrial research history file," which chronicles all major activities the department carried on from 1922 to 1985. The material in the history file consists of department or group meeting minutes, important correspondence and internal memos, planning documents, research project progress reports, fund proposals, and the department's statements on its mission and history to be used for various purposes.

The bulk of the collection is made up of research files, which fall into three major groups: studies in the 1930s and 1940s of labor, wages, employment and unemployment; the mobility study in the 1940s and 1950s; and the study of black employment in the 1960s and 1970s.

The Employment and unemployment studies cover a wide range of interest. In addition to the study of employment and job market in general, this series includes such sub-series as the study of domestic employment, the study of employment patterns at the household level, the hosiery industry study, the iron and steel industry study, the study of individual income and family expenditure, the Philadelphia study, the self-employment study, the textile studies, the study of skilled workers at the Philadelphia Navy Yard, a comparative study done by Gladys L. Palmer on the weavers in three textile centers (Philadelphia, Manchester, New Hampshire, and Paterson, New Jersey) from mid 1920s to mid 1930s, and the study of women in the labor force (including the study of women employment after World War II). The textile studies comprise research files of Hiram S. Davis as well as material he collected when he served in the government as Secretary of the Textile Committee under the Combined Production and Resources Board during the wartime (1943-1945). The Philadelphia Navy Yard "Tool-maker" study represents the only file in this collection that originated from the work of Anne Bezanson, one of the founders of the research institution.

The Labor studies and the Wages studies are closely related to the employment and unemployment studies. The two series provide valuable information in such areas as the fiveday week in the railway industry, child labor law, labor market, labor union policies, and statistics of earnings in different locations or by occupations. In addition, the Labor studies series features teaching material for a course on American labor movement, a major subseries related to a coalition bargaining study done in the 1960s and 1970s, and the proceedings of a Special Panel appointed by the federal government and chaired by George W. Taylor to assist in the settlement of a nationwide copper strike from 1967 to 1968.

The Mobility studies were extended over a period of more than two decades. The series features a six-city mobility study, and three similar projects on a more local scale--the Columbus (Ohio) study, the Illinois Study, and the Norristown (Pennsylvania) study. The six-city project files include original investigation schedules or transcription cards that record various aspects of the work history of the thousands of male and female workers interviewed in Chicago, Los Angeles, New Haven, Philadelphia, San Francisco, and St. Paul. They also include tabulations and other material that analyze factors that affected work attachment and contributed to labor mobility, geographical, vertical, or occupational. The files of the three local mobility studies consist of similar material.

The black employment studies from the 1960s to the 1970s concern a large variety of industries. The "Black employment--construction" series deals with the nationwide enforcement of the Equal Employment Opportunity Act exclusively in the industry of construction. Major locations examined include Boston, Chicago, Denver, Indianapolis, New York City, Omaha (Nebraska), Peoria (Illinois), Philadelphia, Rochester (New York), St. Louis, and Washington, D.C. The "Black employment--various industries" series documents the examination of the results of affirmative action in other industries, the most important of which include aerospace, iron and steel, petrol refining, pulp and paper, rubber, and textile. The collection contains in a separate series large quantities of correspondence regarding the promotion of equal opportunity in a dozen or so selected industries, among them farm implement, food, meat, oil, supermarket, and utilities. Included also are clippings on black employment across the nation.

The Methodology and problems series provides contains information on the specific methods and codes adopted in the conducting of various research projects as well as analysis of problems that appeared in those studies.

The products of numerous research projects sponsored by the Industrial Research Unit or its individual research associates can be found in the Research publications and papers series. The series includes published monographs and serials as well as unpublished papers from 1916 to 1996.

This collection also holds a wealth of reference and informational material. The census file contains data, national or local, gathered by the institution from the thirties on in connection with its current research interest in labor, employment, and personal or family earnings. The Regional economy file concentrates on the development of regional economy in various localities both inside and outside the country. Finally, the Reference material series consists in large amounts of publications, unpublished papers, and notes, divided by subject into five categories--black employment, industry and economy, labor and employment, wage and earnings, and the Works Progress Administration's publications of the National Research Project on reemployment opportunities and changes in industrial techniques.

The Information Services Publications series includes material published by the two research groups--the Research Advisory Group and the Multinational Research Advisory Group- -for their corporate members in recent decades. The information material consists of newsletter, bulletin, executive summary and articles from various external sources. In terms of subject matters, it covers such topics as industry case studies, International unions, regional economic situation survey, Intergovernmental organizations and coalition bargaining.

Additional materials:

1. The Urban Archives of Temple University holds the Gladys Palmer/Philadelphia Labor Market Study Collection, 2 cubic feet. The study was a project sponsored by the Work Projects Administration under the overall heading of the National Research Project on Reemployment Opportunities and Recent Changes in Industrial Techniques. The collection contains over 2,000 forms under each of the following four categories: Radio industry; machinists; weavers; and hosiery workers.

2. In October 1963 and January 1964, the Industrial Research Unit deposited temporarily in the University of Pennsylvania Archives some 200 cubic feet of material, which included a group of 53 cubic feet specifically marked as related to the research in price, wages, cost and employment. Beginning from July 1970, the collection was withdrawn in several installments and transferred to various persons and departments on campus. While the rest of the collection has been accounted for as either accessioned by the University Archives in recent years or disposed of by relevant departments over time, that 53 cubic feet, which was on record of being in Professor Dorothy S. Brady's charge up to mid-1970s, has not yet been located.

3. The Hagley Museum and Library holds records relating primarily to Herbert Roof Northrup's work with the Unit in the 1970s and 1980s.

ARRANGEMENT

The entire collection has been divided into fourteen series: I. Administrative files, 1922-1993; II. Employment and unemployment studies, 1912-1967; III. Labor studies, 1922-1975; IV. Wages studies, 1900-1964; V. Mobility studies, 1924-1965; VI. Black employment-- construction, 1961-1978; VII. Black employment--various industries, 1939-1979; VIII. Black employment--correspondence and clippings, 1957-1977; IX. Methodology and problems, 1930- 1959; X. Research publications and papers, 1916-1996; XI. Census file, 1930-1961; XII. Regional economy file, 1924-1961; XIII. Reference material, 1916-1985. XIV. Information Services Publications. Except for the Research publications and papers series, which has been arranged chronologically by the date of publication or creation, all series have been arranged alphabetically.

Administrative Information

Publication Information

University of Pennsylvania: University Archives and Records Center,  1996

Finding Aid Author

Finding aid prepared by Kaiyi Chen

Access Restrictions

Access to collections is granted in accordance with the Protocols for the University Archives and Records Center.

PROVENANCE

Transferred in 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996 and 1997 from Ann R. Miller, Professor Emeritus of Sociology, and the Library of the Center for Human Resources.

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Controlled Access Headings

Corporate Name(s)
  • University of Pennsylvania. -- General subdivision--Faculty.;
Form/Genre(s)
  • Correspondence.
  • News releases.
  • Pamphlets.
  • Press clippings.
  • Serial publication.
  • Statistics.--tables.
Personal Name(s)
  • Balderston, C. Canby
  • Bezanson, Anne
  • Davis, Hiram S., (Hiram Simmons), 1903-
  • Northrup, Herbert Roof, 1918-2007
  • Palmer, Gladys L., (Gladys Louise)
  • Taylor, George W., (George William), 1901-1972
Subject(s)
  • Affirmative action programs.
  • African Americans--Employment.
  • Construction workers.
  • Discrimination in employment.
  • Economics--Study and teaching--Pennsylvania--Philadelphia.
  • Employment stabilization.
  • Food industry and trade--Employees.
  • Labor mobility--California--Los Angeles.
  • Labor mobility--California--San Francisco.
  • Labor mobility--Connecticut--New Haven.
  • Labor mobility--Illinois--Chicago.
  • Labor mobility--Ohio--Columbus.
  • Labor mobility--Pennsylvania--Norristown.
  • Labor mobility--Pennsylvania--Philadelphia.
  • Labor turnover.
  • Sociology--Research.
  • Sociology--Study and teaching--Pennsylvania--Philadelphia.
  • Unemployment.
  • Wages--Construction workers.
  • Working class.

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Collection Inventory

ADMINISTRATIVE FILES, 1922-1993.

Annual Summary.
Box Folder

Annual summary, 1983-1989.

1 1

Brochures, listing of publications, 1928-1990.

1 2

Conference file, Research Advisory Group, 1981.

1 3

Industrial Progress and Economic Research, 1946.

1 4
Industrial Research History.
Box Folder

1925.

1 6

1926.

1 7

1927.

1 8

1928.

1 9

1929.

1 10

1930.

1 11

"A Foundation for Research in Economic, Governmental and Social Problems at the U of P," 1930.

1 12

Borrowing power of cities, 1930.

1 13

1931.

1 14

Paper by Anne Bezanson, preliminary report on "Fluctuations in Activity among Philadelphia Foundries," 1931.

1 15

1932.

1 16

1933.

1 17

1934.

1 18

1935.

1 19

1936-1938.

1 20

1939.

1 21

1940.

1 22

1941.

1 23

1942.

1 24

1943.

1 25

1944.

1 26

Davis, Hiram S., paper "Studies of the Industrial System," 1944.

1 27

Proposal to the Rockefeller Foundation, 1944.

1 28

1945.

1 29

Discussion of industrial progress study, 1945.

1 30

1946.

1 31

U.S. Department of Commerce questionnaire on Business Research Projects in Universities, 1946.

1 32

1947.

1 33

1948.

1 34

1949-1950.

1 35

1951-1952.

1 36

1953-1954.

1 37

1955-1956.

1 38

"Review of the Work of the IRD, 1921-1953," 1955.

1 39

1957.

1 40

"Role of Research in the Wharton School of the Future" by Gladys L. Palmer, 1957.

1 41

1957-1963.

2 1

1964-1969.

2 2

"The Industrial Research Unit History and Current Research, 1921-1969," 1969.

2 3

1971-1980.

2 4

1981-1985.

2 5
Box Folder

Information Sources at the Wharton Industrial Research Unit, 1986.

2 6

Library correspondence, 1993.

2 7

Maintenance and use of IRD material, 1964-1977.

2 8

Office regulations, 1975.

2 9

Photos of staff members, 1980.

2 10

Photos, two, miscellaneous, undated.

2 11

Quarterly reports, 1975-1977.

2 12

Report of Activities in 1948 and plans for 1949, 1949.

2 13

Report on Progress, 1978.

2 14

Report on Progress, 1980, 1982, 1984.

2 15

Reports on progress, 1987, 1989.

2 16

"Research Program in Retrospect," a review, 1955.

2 17

Research Staff Rules, 1981.

79 1

Statements of IRU for the Wharton catalogs, 1932-1952.

2 18

EMPLOYMENT AND UNEMPLOYMENT STUDIES, 1912-1967.

Domestic services.
Box Folder

Census data, 1930.

2 19

Domestic workers in Philadelphia, 1940.

2 20

Domestic workers study, 1940.

2 21

Household employment, bibliography, 1930-1940.

2 22

Household employment, interviews and correspondence, 1940.

2 23

Household employment, work history studies, undated.

2 24

Miscellaneous, 1937-1938.

2 25

National Council on Household employment, 1939.

2 26

Negroes in domestic service in Philadelphia and Baltimore, 1940-1941.

2 27

Note by Carol P. Brainerd, 1963.

2 28

Reference material, 1937-1940.

2 29
General.
Box Folder

Changes in rate of employment and unemployment (Philadelphia), 1929-1938.

2 30

Concepts used in unemployment surveys, 1930-1938.

2 31

Employment and unemployment survey, table index, 1929-1938.

2 32

"Employment Indexes in the United States and Canada," by Miriam E. West, 1929.

2 33

Employment status by age and sex, 1950.

2 34

Family earnings data, Denver, 1935.

2 35

Federal unemployment census, 1937.

2 36

Industry distribution of gainful workers and unemployed in U.S.A. (1909-1910), 1946.

2 37

Industry distribution of gainful workers in Philadelphia (1910), 1946-1947.

2 38

Instructions re employment records of persons not yet assigned to WPA (Work Projects Administration) etc., 1937.

3 1

Labor force and employment status for Philadelphia, 1944.

3 2

Manuscript by Gladys Palmer, re employment characteristics of persons awaiting assignment to works program, 1938.

3 3

Manuscript, "War Labor Supply Problems of Philadelphia and its Environs," 1942.

3 4
Notebooks by Gladys L. Palmer.
Box Folder

United States, I: conversion codes, basic conversion table--U-9, secondary conversion tables, 1940.

3 5

United States, II: conversion, 1940-1950.

3 6

Philadelphia: analytical tables, 1910-1940.

3 7
Box Folder

Occupational classifications, 1940.

3 8

Occupational history study, impressions of enumerators, undated.

3 9

Pennsylvania State Employment Commission, occupation classification and codes, 1932-1933.

3 10
Pennsylvania State Employment Office (Philadelphia).
Box Folder

Data, 1936-1938.

3 11

Record study, 1936-1937.

3 12

Record study, sampling methods, 1936.

3 13

Research program, 1932-1936.

3 14

Application and placement codes, 1935-1936.

3 15

Cards and forms, 1935.

3 16

Instructions for forms for new applicants, 1936.

3 17

Instructions on State Employment Office material, 1932-1936.

3 18

Procedure for the use of statistical reports, undated.

3 19

Filing instructions and classification, undated.

3 20

Forms, cards, and instructions, 1933-1936.

3 21
Box Folder

Philadelphia factory employment, miscellaneous, 1941.

3 22

Placement of relief workers, miscellaneous, 1935-1938.

3 23

Socio-economic groups of gainful workers, 1942-1944.

3 24

State employment office records, 1937.

3 25

Survey of separations from WPA employment, 1940.

3 26

Unemployment surveys in Massachusetts and Philadelphia, memo and note, 1934, 1939.

3 27

Unemployment monthly report form, 1939-1940.

3 28

U.S. conversions, worksheets for occupations and industries by employment status, 1910.

3 29

Wage earners by industries (Philadelphia and U.S.A., 1899-1930), 1929-1930.

3 30

WPA National Research Project, spot check tables, 1937.

3 31
WPA-NRP (Work Projects Administration--National Research Project).
Box Folder

Bulletin, "Survey of Effects of Industrial Changes on the Labor Market," 1936.

4 1

Employment status adjustment data, 1930-1941.

4 2

"Recent Trends in Philadelphia Labor Market," 1936.

4 3

Survey, table index, 1939.

4 4
Hosiery.
Box Folder

Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America, Directory of Manufacturers, 1936.

4 5

American Federation of Full Fashioned Hosiery Workers, Constitution, 1928.

4 6

American Federation of Full Fashioned Hosiery Workers, Releases, 1933.

4 7
American Federation of Hosiery Workers.
Box Folder

Constitution, 1933-1936.

4 8

Hand tabulation, 1940.

4 9

"Making History in Hosiery," by Lawrence Rogin, 1938.

4 10

National Agreement and Uniform Price Scale, 1937-1938.

4 11

President report, 1938.

4 12
Box Folder

Clippings, 1931-1932.

4 13

Earnings of commercial dyeing and finishing workers in Union Mills, 1939.

4 14
Earnings of Full-fashioned Hosiery Workers in Union Mills.
Box Folder

1932, 1933.

4 15

1934-1935, 1935.

4 16

1934-1935, supplement, 1935.

4 17

1938, 1938.

4 18

1939, 1939.

4 19

1941, 1941.

4 20
Box Folder

Employment survey of hosiery workers, 1940-1941.

4 21

Full-fashioned hosiery industry: National Labor Agreement, 1931-1932.

4 22

Full-fashioned hosiery trade strikes, Clipping book compiled by G. Palmer, 1930 Nov.-1931 June.

4 23

Employment survey of hosiery workers, 1940-1941.

4 21

Full-fashioned hosiery industry: National Labor Agreement, 1931-1932.

4 22

Full-fashioned hosiery trade strikes, Clipping book compiled by G.

4 23

Hosiery data of the Harvard Business School, [1932?].

4 24
Hosiery industry (full-fashioned).
Box Folder

Study by George W. Taylor, 1930-1933.

4 25

National labor agreement, decisions of the Impartial Chairman--George W. Taylor.

4 25

Series E, 1931-1932.

4 26

Series F, 1932-1934.

4 27

Series G, 1934-1935.

4 28

Series H, 1935-1936.

5 1

Series J and K, 1936-1938.

5 2

Series L, 1938-1939.

5 3

Series M, 1940-1941.

5 4
Box Folder

Hosiery worker earnings statistics, 1932.

5 5

Hosiery worker studies, memos and interviews, 1936-1941.

5 6

Hosiery worker studies, miscellaneous data, 1936-1950.

5 7

Hosiery worker wage studies, 1932-1933.

5 8

Hosiery worker wage studies, data, 1912-1935.

5 9

Knitting machinery of the hosiery industry, 1932.

5 10
Household employment patterns study.
Article by Gladys L. Palmer, "Significance of Employment Patterns".
Box Folder

Draft notes and data, 1942.

5 11

Manuscript, 1942.

5 12
Box Folder

Comparative household employment tables: Philadelphia, Manchester (NH), Millville (NJ), 1936.

5 13

Household employment composition, Millville (NJ) tables, 1941.

5 14

Household unemployment, Gladys L. Palmer file, 1939-1942.

5 15

Patterns of customary employment within households, 1936-1941.

5 16

Probability work sheets, 1942.

5 17

WPA-NRP, household employment data, 1941.

5 18
1936 survey.
Box Folder

Age of head by age of employables of a household, 1938-1940.

5 19

Distribution of households by the employment status of the head and of the household, 1940.

5 20

Forms for hand tabulations.

5 21

Household employables working in the same industry as the head, 1936-1938.

5 22

Household employment status by race, 1940.

6 1

Household members working in the same industry as the head, 1938-1939.

6 2

Industry group and age of head by age of other employables in same industry, 1938.

6 3

Industry groups of head by those of other employables, 1936-1938.

6 4

Industry groups of household employables by industry group and sex of the head, 1936-1940.

6 5

Number of employables per household by race, 1938-1940.

6 6

Number of employables per household by total number of employables in the industry, 1936.

6 7

Present industry group of household head by the usual industry group of the household members, 1936.

6 8

Relief household: industry of the head by number of employables, 1936-1939.

6 9

Year of loss of job of the head by year of loss of job of others, 1938-1940.

6 10

Age and sex of household heads by occupation, 1939.

6 11
1939 Philadelphia survey.
Box Folder

Age of family head by the socio-economic class of the head in multi-worker households, 1936-1939.

6 12

Age of secondary workers by occupational class of household head,1939.

6 13

All households by occupational class and age of head, Philadelphia, 1934-1936.

6 14

Gainfully employed per household by socio-economic class of head, comparative tables, 1934-1939.

6 15

Household employment composition, 1941.

6 16

Number of gainful workers by occupation of household head, 1939.

6 17

Number of gainfully employed per multi-worker household by socio-economic class of head, 1934-1939.

6 18

Number of workers per household by occupation of household head, 1939.

6 19

Occupation of household head and related secondary workers, reading notes and bibliography, undated.

6 20

Occupation of related secondary workers by age and sex, 1939.

6 21

Occupational distribution in multi-worker households, comparative table, 1934-1943.

6 22

Occupations of secondary workers by relationship groups, 1939.

6 23

Secondary workers classified by occupation household head and number of gainful workers, 1939.

6 24

Sex and occupation of related secondary workers by occupation of household heads, 1939.

6 25

Socio-economic class of secondary workers in multi-worker household, comparative tables, 1934-1939.

6 26

Total gainfully employed in multi-worker households, 1939.

6 27
Manchester (New Hampshire).
Box Folder

Employment composition and status, 1939-1941.

6 28

Household employment composition, 1941-1942.

6 29

Tabulations of NRP Form 1000, 1937.

6 30
Box Folder

Millville (New Jersey), Employment composition and status, 1941.

6 31
Individual earner study.
Listing step #5, Machine listing.
Box Folder

Area 1.

7 1

Area 2.

7 2

Area 3.

7 3

Area 4.

7 4

Area 5.

7 5

Area 6.

7 6

Area 7.

7 7

Area 8.

7 8

Area 9.

7 9
Listing step #5, Supplementary listing (Older worker studies).
Box Folder

Area 1.

7 10

Area 2.

7 11

Area 3.

7 12

Area 4.

7 13

Area 5.

7 14

Area 6.

7 15

Area 7.

7 16

Area 8.

7 17

Area 9.

7 18
Listing step #6, Machine listing.
Box Folder

Area 1.

7 19

Area 2.

7 20

Area 3.

7 21

Area 4.

7 22

Area 5.

7 23

Area 6.

7 24

Area 7.

7 25

Area 8.

7 26

Area 9.

7 27
Single consumers, machine listings.
Box Folder

Deck 1, Area 1-9.

8 1

Deck 2, Area 1.

8 2

Deck 2, Area 2.

8 3

Deck 2, Area 3.

8 4

Deck 2, Area 4.

8 5

Deck 2, Area 5.

8 6

Deck 2, Area 6.

8 7

Deck 2, Area 7.

8 8

Deck 2, Area 8.

8 9

Deck 2, Area 9.

8 10

Table 21.

8 11

Table 22.

8 12

Table 24.

8 13

Table 25.

8 14

Table 26.

8 15

Table 27.

8 16

Table 28 (I).

8 17

Table 28 (2).

8 18

Table 29.

8 19
Iron and steel industry study.
Box Folder

Bethlehem Steel Corporation, A Guide to Equal Employment Opportunity, 1967.

8 20

Interview schedules and comments, 1967.

8 21
Philadelphia Study.
Box Folder

1938 survey, Addresses of employers contacted, 1939.

9 1

1940 population census, Table 19, Philadelphia part, Photostatic negatives, 1942.

9 2

Aircraft industry, 1944.

9 3

Arsenal toolmakers pay rates.

9 4

Bibliography of economic and marketing studies, 1944.

9 5

Bureau of the Census, Gainful workers by detailed industry and occupation, Philadelphia: 1910 (tabulation).

OS 1

Clothing industry, 1929-1944.

9 6

Construction and dwelling data, 1900-1940.

9 7

Defense contract data, 1940.

9 8

Effects of war on unemployment, 1941-1944.

9 9
Employment and unemployment statistics, One percent sample.
Box Folder

1935.

9 10

1936.

9 11

1938.

9 12

1939.

9 13
Box Folder

Employment and unemployment survey, memos and notes, 1937-1963.

9 14

Employment service age data, 1937-1938.

9 15

Employment status survey, 1935-1940.

9 16

"Employment Trends in Philadelphia," by Emmett H. Welch, 1933.

9 17

Help-wanted advertising, 1937-1942.

9 18

Hiring channels, 1931-1954.

9 19

Index of tabulations re employment and unemployment, 1936-1941.

9 20

"Individuals not seeking work" data, 1936.

9 21

IRD reports, two, "Social and Economic Character of Unemployment in Philadelphia," 1929, 1930.

9 22

Labor market survey form (DRS 280) and instructions, 1939.

9 23

Labor shortages, 1936-1943.

9 24

Labor, earnings, etc., 1936-1946.

9 25

"Long-term Trends in Philadelphia Labor Market," Bibliography and notes, 1942.

9 26

Machinists, 1936-1939.

9 27

Material omitted from the 1931 IRD report, 1931.

9 28

Metal manufacturing companies, average number on roll.

9 29

Miscellaneous data.

9 30

Occupation of gainful workers (Philadelphia, 1900, 1910, 1920, 1930), 1949.

9 31

Occupational history schedules, 1936-1937.

9 32

Palmer's work file, 1923-1956.

9 33

Philadelphia labor market charts, 1932-1944.

9 34

Philadelphia Navy yard, 1936-1940.

9 35

Philadelphia Navy Yard, pay schedules, 1941-1947.

9 36
Philadelphia Survey.
Box Folder

1936-1940.

9 37

1935, Progress reports, 1936.

9 38

1937, Memoranda and progress reports, 1937-1939.

9 39

1938, Correspondence, 1938-1939.

9 40

1938, Daily progress reports, etc.

9 41
Box Folder

Philadelphia unemployment survey, 1933-1938.

9 42

Port of Philadelphia, Traffic to the sea, data, 1937-1941.

9 43

Price, sales, factory payroll, etc. in Philadelphia vs Pennsylvania and the U.S., Data file, general and labor statistics, 1920-1954.

9 44

Printing trades, 1936.

9 45

Projected port activity in war, 1941-1942.

9 46

Radio industry, 1938-1944.

9 47

Regional data and long-term projection, 1935-1942.

9 48

Relationship of primary to secondary unemployment, etc.

10 1

Ship building, 1939-1944.

10 2

Special survey by the U.S. Bureau of Census, 1944 May.

10 3

Survey release data, 1933-1939.

10 4

Temporarily disabled persons by school district, 1938.

10 5

Three reports from unemployment surveys of Philadelphia families, 1931-1932.

10 6

Trade union practices and defense employment, 1940-1941.

10 7
Two-year relief study.
Box Folder

Memos and instructions, 1936-1937.

10 8

Tables, 1939.

10 9

Philadelphia County Relief Board, closed cases report form.

10 10
Box Folder

Unemployment, part-time employment, and student employment, 1931-1934.

10 10a

Unemployment and relief survey, 1935-1937.

10 11

Unemployment in Philadelphia, release, 1938.

10 12

Unemployment in Philadelphia Family, special report, 1931 Oct. 31.

10 13

U.S. Bureau of the Census: employment statistics of Philadelphia (1790-1880), 1949.

10 14

Vocational guidance training program, Miscellaneous material, 1933-1940.

10 15

Wage earners in selected industries of Philadelphia, 1937.

10 16

War employment and estimated manpower requirement in war, 1940-1946.

10 17

War Manpower Commission, Labor market control, 1941-1944.

10 18

WPA (Work Projects Administration) Employment data, 1942.

10 19
Self-employment.
Chicago.
Box Folder

Age groups, 1940-1950.

10 20

Conformity indices, undated.

10 21

CSE (constant self-employed) sample, 1950.

10 22

Duration of self employment, 1940-1950.

10 23

General work sheets, 1940-1950.

10 24

Mobility total, 1940-1950.

10 25

Schooling, undated.

10 26

Unemployment data, 1940-1950.

10 27

VSE (variable self-employed) data, 1950.

10 28

WSE (total wage-salary-employed) data, 1950.

10 29
Box Folder

Chicago-Los Angeles compared, 1940-1950.

10 30

Chicago-L.A.-Philadelphia-U.S. compared, 1942-1950.

10 31
Los Angeles.
Box Folder

Age at entry.

10 32

Census, 1940 and 1950.

10 33

Conformity indices, 1940-1950.

10 34

Data not used, 1940-1950.

10 35

Duration, 1940-1950.

10 36

General, 1940, 1950.

10 37

LF (labor force) status at mid years, 1940-1950.

10 38

Sample compared with the U.S. census, 1940 and 1950.

10 39

Schooling.

10 40

Total mobility, 1940, 1950.

10 41

Unemployment, 1940, 1950.

10 42

WSE (total wage-salary-employed), VSE (variable self-employed) and CSE (constant self-employed) status, 1940.

10 43
Box Folder

Notes and progress reports, 1962.

10 44
Philadelphia.
Box Folder

Age analysis, 1940, 1950.

10 45

Analytical tables, 1940-1950.

10 46

Conformity indices, 1942-1950.

10 47

CSE (constant self-employed) sample, 1940, 1950.

10 48

Duration, 1940-1950.

10 49

Duration of unemployment, 1940-1950.

10 50

General work sheets, 1940-1950.

10 51

Schooling, undated.

10 52

Total mobility, 1940-1950.

10 53

VSE (variable self-employed) sample, 1940-1950.

10 54

WSE (total wage-salary-employed) data, 1940-1950.

10 55
Box Folder

Tables and charts, 1940-1950.

10 56

United States, 1940-1960.

10 57

U. S. census, 1950.

10 58
Textile studies.
Box Folder

Code of fair competition for wool textile industry, prepared by Glenn Gardiner and H. S. Davis, 1933.

10 59
Combined Production and Resources Board files.
Box Folder

Board charter, decisions, minutes, etc., 1944.

10 60

Correspondence, 1943-1945.

10 61

International and American cotton textiles, miscellaneous material, 1936-1944.

10 62
Rationing notes.
Box Folder

Book 1, table of contents, general material and correspondence, 1942-1943.

11 1

Book 2, stamp values for ration merchandise, 1943.

11 2

Book 3, statistics of sales of clothing by price lines and appraisal of prospects, problems, and policies, 1943.

11 3

Book 4, notes from rationing literature and clippings, 1942-1943.

11 4

Book 5, re textiles: appraisal, statistics, and increase in unit price, unpublished, 1942-1943.

11 5
Box Folder

Rayon textiles, production statistics, 1932-1944.

11 6
Secretaryship of Joint WPB-OPA Textile Task Committee filled by Hiram S. Davis (on loan).
Box Folder

I, 1944 Nov. -1945 Feb.

11 7

II, 1944 Nov. -1945 Feb.

11 8
Textile Committee.
Box Folder

Material related to United Kingdom and Canada, 1943-1945.

11 9

Minutes, 1944.

11 10

Reports, 1943-1945.

11 11

Secretary reports, 1943-1944.

11 12
Box Folder

Textile industry, international and U.S., production and miscellaneous statistics, 1924-1944.

11 13

Textile machinery, international imports and exports, 1933-1944.

11 14

Textile relief and rehabilitation for Europe, miscellaneous, 1944-1945.

11 15

Wool textile, miscellaneous, 1943-1944.

11 16
Box Folder

Davis, Hiram S., "Economic History from Accounting Records," 1955.

11 17

Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry, "Disemployment in the Silk Industries in Pennsylvania," 1941 Oct.

11 18

Textile industry, talks and articles, by Hiram S. Davis, etc., 1930-1946.

11 19

Textile industry material, 1934-1943.

11 20
"Tool-maker Study," Philadelphia Navy Yard.
Cards (8.5 x 3.5 inches).
Box Folder

Blacksmith, with apprenticeship, 1914-1926.

11 21

Carpenter, with apprenticeship, 1916-1930.

11 22

Carpenter, without apprenticeship, 1917-1926.

11 23

Coppersmith, with apprenticeship, 1915-1928.

11 24

Coppersmith, without apprenticeship, 1917-1928.

11 25

Electric welders, with apprenticeship, 1917-1930.

11 26

Electric welders, without apprenticeship, 1919-1929.

11 27

Electricians, without apprenticeship, 1918-1924.

12 1

Gas welder, with apprenticeship, 1918-1927.

12 2

Gas welders, without apprenticeship,1917-1924.

12 3

Machinists, with apprenticeship, 1913-1927.

12 4

Machinists, without apprenticeship, 1913-1928.

12 5

Pattern-makers, with apprenticeship, 1914-1928.

12 6

Pattern-makers, without apprenticeship, 1914-1923.

12 7

Pipe fitter, with apprenticeship, 1915-1926.

12 8

Pipe fitter, without apprenticeship, 1917-1925.

12 9

Ship-fitter, without apprenticeship, 1917-1924.

12 10
Cards (8.5 x 8 inches, 1914-1927), personal work history.
Box Folder

A.

12 11

B.

12 12

C.

12 13

D - E.

12 14

F - G.

12 15

H - J.

12 16

K - L.

12 17

M - N.

12 18

O - R.

12 19

S.

12 20

T - Z.

12 21
Box Folder

Codes, etc.

12 22

Correspondence of Ernest A. Tupper, 1924.

12 23

First analysis by Anne Bezanson, 1924.

12 24

Forms, miscellaneous.

12 25

Pamphlets, miscellaneous, 1923-1924.

12 26

Progress report, 1930 June 25.

12 27

Reading notes of Anne Bezanson, [1920s?].

13 1

Tabulations, employment record, 1924.

13 2
Weavers in Three Textile Centers (Palmer, Gladys L.).
Amoskeag, shop disputes 1924-1932.
Box Folder

Discharge complaints.

13 3

Hour complaints.

13 4

Wage complaints.

13 5

Work standard complaints.

13 6

Complaints on other work conditions.

13 7
Comparative study.
Box Folder

Average age, 1939.

13 8

Average length of service per job at usual occupation, 1926-1935.

13 9
Average lengths of unemployment periods.
Box Folder

1926-1930.

13 10

1926-1935.

13 11

1931-1935.

13 12
Box Folder

Average number of industry shifts, 1926-1935.

13 13
Average number of job separations.
Box Folder

1926-1935.

13 14

1931-1935.

13 15
Average number of months employed at other than usual occupations.
Box Folder

1931-1935.

13 16

1926-1935.

13 17
Box Folder

Average number of months employed at usual occupation, 1926-1935.

13 18
Average number of months not seeking work.
Box Folder

1926-1935.

13 19

1926-1935, exclusive of strikes and after the first job.

13 20
Average number of months unemployed.
Box Folder

1926-1935.

13 21

1931-1935.

13 22
Box Folder

Average number of months, not seeking work, 1931-1935.

13 23

Average number of occupational shifts.

13 24
Average number of periods of unemployment.
Box Folder

1926-1935.

13 25

1931-1935.

13 26
Box Folder

Average number of years employed at usual occupation, 1939.

13 27
Box Folder

Correspondence, re sampling method, etc., 1938-1939.

13 27

Instructions for significant differences, n.d.

13 28

Manchester, New Hampshire, Notes and tables, 1938-1939.

13 29

Manchester, New Hampshire, Notes and memoranda, 1936-1939.

13 30

Paterson, New Jersey, Notes and memoranda, 1935-1939.

13 31
Philadelphia.
Box Folder

Notes and memoranda, [1939].

13 33

Unemployment data, weavers and total textile sample, 1936.

13 34

Tables: usual occupation, sex, age, etc., 1940.

13 35
Box Folder

Sample schedules, 1935-1936.

13 36
Tables.
Box Folder

#2000, Control counts by employment status for lay-off mills (Manchester, Easthampton and Holyoke), 1939.

13 37

#2000a, Summary of textile workers in labor market, 1939.

13 38

#2001, Age by usual occupation and sex, 1939.

13 39

#2001a, Age by sex for all persons except weavers, 1939.

13 40

#2001b, Age by sex for weavers (occupation at lay-off), 1939.

13 41

#2001c, Age by sex for all persons except weavers, 1939.

13 42

#2002, Years in the city by sex, 1939.

13 43

#2003, Country of birth by sex, 1939.

13 44

#2004, Year of entering the labor market by sex, 1939.

13 45

#2004a, Number of weavers and machinists by date of entering labor market, 1939.

13 46

#2004b, Number of Amoskeag workers and Manchester shoeworker by date of entering labor market, 1939.

13 47

#2005, Years employed at usual occupation by sex, 1939.

13 48

#2006, Number of months employed at usual occupation, 1926-35, by sex, 1939.

13 49

#2006a, Number of months employed at usual occupation, 1931-35, by sex, 1939.

13 50

#2007, Number of months employed at other than usual occupation, 1926-35, by sex, 1939.

13 51

#2007a, Number of months employed at other than usual occupation, 1931-35, by sex, 1939.

13 52

#2008a, Number of months unemployed, 1926-35, by sex, 1939.

13 53

#2008b, Number of months unemployed, 1926-35, by age and sex, 1939.

13 54

#2008c, Number of months unemployed, 1931-35, by sex, 1939.

13 55

#2009a, Number of months not seeking work, 1926-35, by sex, 1939.

13 56

#2009b, Number of months not seeking work, 1926-35, exclusive of strikes and after the first job, by sex, 1939.

13 57

#2009c, Number of months not seeking work, 1931-35, exclusive of strikes and after the first job, by sex, 1939.

13 58

#2009d, Marital status by number of months, not seeking work, 1926-35, for women (Manchester), 1939.

13 59

#2009e and f, Number of months not seeking work, 1926-1930, 1931-35, for weavers who entered labor market on or after Jan. 26, 1939.

13 60

#2010, Average length of service per job at usual occupation, 1926- 35, by sex, 1939.

13 61

#2011a, Average length of unemployment periods, 1926-35, by sex, 1939.

13 62

#2011b and c, Average length of unemployment periods, 1926-30, 1931-35, by sex, 1939.

13 63

#2012, Number of periods of unemployment, 1926-35, by sex, 1939.

13 64

#2012a, Number of periods of unemployment, 1931-35, by sex, 1939.

13 65

#2013a, Number of separations, 1926-35, 1939.

13 66

#2013b, Number of job separations, 1926-1935, by type of separation, age and sex, 1939.

13 67

#2013c, number of job separations, 1931-35, by sex, 1939.

13 68

#2014, Number of occupational shifts, 1926-35, by sex, 1939.

13 69

#2015, Number of industry shifts, 1926-35, by sex, 1939.

13 70

#2015a, Number of industry shifts, 1926-35, within and outside Amoskeag, by sex, 1939.

13 71

#2015b, Number of months of unemployment from the time of lay-off to Aug. 1936, 1939.

13 72

#2015c, number of months of unemployment, 1926-35, for weavers with and without industry shifts, 1939.

13 73

#2016, Number of employer shifts, 1926-1935, by sex, 1939.

13 74

#2017, Occupation of first job for weavers in Manchester, by sex, 1939.

13 75

#2018, Type of attachment to the textile industry for weavers in Paterson, by sex, 1939.

13 76

#2019, Number of weavers employed at other occupations on Aug. 1, 1936, 1939.

13 77

#2020, Number of weavers with first job and longest job at mill of lay-off, 1939.

13 78

#2021a, Number of months of unemployment from time of lay-off to Aug. 1, 1936, by age and sex for weavers, 1939.

13 79

#2021b, Number of months of unemployment from time of lay-off to Aug. 1, 1936, by age and sex for all except,1939.

13 80

#2021c, Number of months of unemployment from time of lay-off to Aug. 1, 1936, by age for weavers, 1939.

13 81

#2021d, Number of months of unemployment from time of lay-off to Aug. 1, 1936, by age and sex for all except weavers, Easthampton and Holyoke, 1939.

13 82

#2022a, Number of months of unemployment from time of lay-off to Aug. 1, 1936, by employment status on Aug. and sex, for weavers, Holyoke, Easthampton, Manchester, 1939.

13 83

#2022b, Number of months of unemployment from time of lay-off to Aug. 1, 1936, by employment status on Aug. and sex, for all except weavers, 1939.

13 84

#2023, Number of months of unemployment, 1926-36, by school grade completed and sex, 1939.

13 85

#2025, Employment status by marital status of weavers, 1939.

13 86

#2026, Industry of shift out of textile for Philadelphia weavers, 1939.

13 87

#2027, Industry shifts within the textile industry for Philadelphia weavers, 1939.

13 88

#2030, Employment status by sex, 1939.

13 89

#2031, Number of months of unemployment, 1926-35, by employment status and sex, 1939.

13 90

#2032, Occupation of last job by employment status and sex, 1939.

13 91

#2033, Duration of unemployment since last job for unemployed persons by sex and age, 1939.

13 92

#2034a, Usual occupation for selected occupational groups by employment status and sex, 1939.

13 93

#2034b, Usual occupation for selected occupational groups by sex, 1939.

13 94

#2035, Employment status as of Dec. 15, 1936 for weavers in Manchester interviewed on or after Dec. 15, 1936, 1939.

13 95

#2036, Weavers in Paterson for whom there is evidence of learning the trade abroad, 1939.

13 96

#2037, Employment status on Aug. 1, 1936, by sex for all persons, 1939.

13 97

#2037a, Employment status on Aug.1, 1936 by sex for persons laid off, 1939.

13 98

#2037b, Employment status by sex for persons employed at Amoskeag, after the shut-down, 1939.

13 99

#2037c, #2037b, Employment status by sex for persons who left Amoskeag previous to the shut-down, 1939.

13 100

#2038, Employment status as of Aug. 1936 for weavers 1939.

13 101

#2038a, Employment status by sex for weavers, 1939.

13 102

#2038b, Employment status by sex for all except weavers 1939.

13 103

#2038d, Employment status on Aug. 1, 1936 of all persons by sex, 1939.

13 104

#2039, Occupation of first job by sex for weavers, 1939.

13 105

#2040, Occupation of last job for persons not seeking work Aug. 1936, by sex and age, 1939.

13 106

#2041, Marital status of persons not seeking work, Aug. 1936, by sex, 1939.

13 107

#2050, Employment status, Aug. 1936, for persons whose usual industry was not textile, by sex and age, 1939.

13 108

#2051, Usual occupation for persons employed Aug. 1936 whose usual industry was not textile, by sex and age, 1939.

13 109

#2052, Duration of unemployment since last job for persons unemployed, Aug. 1936, whose usual industry was not textile, by sex and age, 1939.

13 110

#2053, occupation of last job at Amoskeag for persons whose usual industry was not textile, by sex, 1939.

13 111

#2055, Migration from Manchester to Specified localities by sex, 1939.

13 112

#2056, Age of 1935 Manchester emigrants, 1939.

13 113

#2057, Age by marital status for Amoskeag employees who migrated in 1935, 1939.

13 114

#2058, Occupation of Amoskeag employees who emigrated in 1935, 1939.

13 115

#2065, Occupational group of occupation at time of lay-off by employment status and sex, 1939.

13 116

#2066, Duration of unemployment, 1926-1935, from time of lay-off to next job for weavers, 1939.

13 117

#2067, Occupation by sex for persons not seeking work on Aug. 1 1936, 1939.

13 118

#2070, Number of plant shut-downs in textile mills for persons reporting shut-downs by sex, 1939.

13 119

#2070a, Number of plant shut-downs in textile mills for persons reporting shut-downs by periods in which they occurred and sex, 1939.

13 120

#2071a, Length of service at longest job at weaving by year of loss of longest job for weavers under 45 years old, 1939.

13 121

#2071b, Length of service at longest job at weaving by year of loss of longest job for weavers 45 years of age and over, 1939.

13 122

#2071c, Length of service at longest job at weaving by year of loss of longest job for weavers under 45 years old, Philadelphia, 1939.

13 123

#2071d, Length of service at longest job at weaving by year of loss of longest job for weavers 45 years of age and over, Philadelphia, 1939.

13 124

#2072, 2072a, 2072b, Length of service at longest job at weaving by number of months of unemployment, by age groups, 1939.

13 125

#2073, Date of loss of longest job by age groups, 1939.

13 126

#2074a, Year of loss of longest job at weaving by number of months of unemployment, 1926-1935, for weavers under 30, 1939.

13 127

#2074b, Year of loss of longest job at weaving by number of months of unemployment, 1926-1935, for weavers 30 to 44 years of age, 1939.

13 128

#2074c, Year of loss of longest job at weaving by number of months of unemployment, 1926-1935, for weavers 45 and older, 1939.

13 129

#2075, Places of employment of weavers who worked as weavers in other cities, 1939.

13 130
Box Folder

Tables (typed) for weavers in three cities (Philadelphia, Paterson, Manchester), 1936-1940.

13 131

Tables used in the first draft, n.d.

13 132

Tables, duplicates, 1936-1939.

13 133

Tables, work sheets, 1939.

13 134

Tabulation notes re Easthampton and Holyoke, [after 1936].

13 135

Tabulations and comparison summary, with memoranda, 1936-1939.

13 136

Tabulations: winders, spoolers, and spinners (Philadelphia and Manchester), 1939.

13 137

Textile Workers Union of America, status, earning and workload of weavers, 1939-1940.

13 138

Weavers study manuscripts, original, 1939-1940.

13 139
Women in the labor force.
Background material.
Box Folder

Defense production, 1940, 1951.

14 1

General, 1934-1957.

14 2

Occupational trends in women's employment, 1934.

14 3

Philadelphia, historical data, 1921.

14 4

U.S. Department of Labor material, 1931-1961.

14 5

"Working Wives: an Economic Study," 1957.

14 6
Box Folder

Census material on women, Estimates of female employment, work sheets, 1956-1957.

14 7

Data on women in Philadelphia, 1946-1956.

14 8

General, clippings, 1953-1957.

14 9

Married women's employment, 1935-1940.

14 10

Part-time employment, 1951-1952.

14 11

"Personnel Policies during a period of Shortage of Young Women Workers in Philadelphia," by Miriam Hussey (IRU), 1958.

14 12
Personnel practices study.
Box Folder

Appendix material, 1956-1958.

14 13

Interviews, etc., 1957.

14 14

Supporting tables for chapter I, 1956-1958.

14 15

Work file (I), 1956-1958.

14 16

Work file (II), 1956-1958.

14 17

Work file (III), 1956-1958.

14 18
Box Folder

Philadelphia Committee on Higher Educational Opportunities, 1957-1958.

14 19

Philadelphia School Board data, 1956.

14 20

Post-war labor turn-over, 1947, 1952.

14 21

Reading notes on women employment, 1956-1958.

14 22

Seniority rights of women employed during the war, 1943.

14 23
Trends in women employment.
Box Folder

1931-1934.

14 24

1940-1949.

14 25

1946-1957, Philadelphia, notes.

14 26

1950-1957, reports, interviews, papers, etc.

14 27

Data and clippings, 1950-1957.

14 28
Box Folder

War workers, clippings, 1940-1945.

14 29

Women in armed services, 1943-1945.

14 30

Women in War Industries, by Helen Baker, 1942.

14 31

Women in war work, 1943-1944.

14 32

Women workers in aircraft manufacturing plants, undated.

14 33
Women in the labor force--women employment after WWII (Gladys L. Palmer).
Box Folder

Amalgamated clothing Workers of America, 1957.

14 34

American Stores, 1957.

14 35

Bell Telephone Company of Pennsylvania, 1956.

14 36

Beyuk Cigars, Inc., 1957.

14 37

Brown Instruments, 1957.

14 38

Bureau of Employment Security, Pa., 1956.

14 39

Census Tables: Percentage of women by occupations, 1940 and 1950.

14 40

Central Penn National Bank, 1956.

14 41

Consolidated Cigar Corp., 1957.

14 42

Container Corporation, 1957.

14 43

Curtis Publishing Co., 1957.

14 44

Equitable Life Assurance Society, 1956.

14 45

Fair Employment Practice Ordinance, 1948-1950.

14 46

Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, 1956.

14 47

Fidelity Mutual Life Insurance Co., 1956.

14 48

First Pennsylvania Banking and Trust Co., 1956.

14 49

Food Fair Stores, Inc., 1957.

14 50

Freihofer Baking Co., 1957.

14 51

Gimbels Brothers, 1956-1957.

14 52

Heintz Manufacturing Co., 1957.

14 53

Insurance Company of North America, 1956.

15 1

International Resistance Co., 1957.

15 2

ITE Circuit Breaker Co., 1957.

15 3

Keebler Biscuit Co., 1957.

15 4

Knit Goods Workers Union, Local 190, 1957.

15 5

Labor Standards Association, 1956.

15 6

Leeds and Northrup Company, 1957.

15 7

Lit Brothers, 1956.

15 8

Lord and Taylor, 1956.

15 9

National Biscuit, 1957.

15 10

New Jersey Bell Telephone Co., 1956.

15 11

New York Life Insurance Co., 1956.

15 12

Penn Fruit Company, 1957.

15 13

Penn Mutual Life Insurance Co., 1956.

15 14

Philadelphia Bulletin, 1957.

15 15

Philadelphia Clothing Manufacturers Association, 1957.

15 16

Philadelphia Dress Joint Board, 1957.

15 17

Philadelphia Electric Company, 1956.

15 18

Philadelphia National Bank, 1956.

15 19

Philadelphia Saving Fund Society, 1956-1957.

15 20

Philadelphia Waist and Dress Manufacturers Association, 1957.

15 21

Philco Corporation, 1957.

15 22

Provident Mutual Life Insurance Co., 1956.

15 23

Reading notes and clippings, 1956-1957.

15 24

Recruiting and community, 1957.

15 25

Referrals, 1956-1957.

15 26

Scott Paper Company, 1957.

15 27

Sears, Roebuck, and Co., 1957.

15 28

SKF Industries, Inc., 1957.

15 29

Smith, Kline and French, 1957.

15 30

Snellenburgs and Co., Inc., 1956.

15 31

Strawbridge and Clothier, 1957.

15 32

Tradesmens Bank and Trust Co., 1956.

15 33

University of Pennsylvania, 1956.

15 34

Wanamaker, Wynnewood, Pa., 1956.

15 35

Westman Saving Fund Society, 1957.

15 36

Whitman and sons, Inc., 1957.

15 37

Wyeth Laboratories, 1957.

15 38

LABOR STUDIES, 1922-1975.

Box Folder

Baltimore and Ohio railroad five-day week case, 1932.

15 39

Bituminous coal industry, statistical data, 1923-1967.

15 40
Business Administration and Economics course 912, American Labor Movement.
Complete syllabus, 1961-1970.
Box Folder

(I).

15 41

(II).

15 42

(III).

15 43

(IV).

15 44

(V).

15 45

(VI).

15 46
Box Folder

Teaching notes by George Taylor, 1964-1969.

15 47
Box Folder

Carpet Industry in the United States: History and Recent Development, by William S. Swift, 1969.

16 1

Chicago clothing industry cases, 1931-1938.

16 2

Clothing workers material, 1922-1941.

16 3
Coalition bargaining study.
Box Folder

"Corporate Structure and Bargaining Power: the Coordinated Bargaining Experience," [after 1975].

16 4

Bibliographical notes, 1970-1978.

16 5

Coalition Bargaining Under the ULRA, introduction, [after 1965].

16 6

Coalition bargaining and public policy, draft manuscript, n.d.

16 7

Coalition Study Group, 1967-1968.

16 8

Governor's Committee on Public Employee Relations (with George W. Taylor as chairman), State of New York, final report, 1966.

16 9

Legal clippings, 1966-1968.

16 10

Miscellaneous clippings, 1967.

16 11

Northrup, Herbert R., "On Encouraging Collective Bargaining," presentation at the 68th Congress of American Industry of the National Association of Manufacturers, [1964?].

16 12

Study participants and supporters, 1967.

16 13
Coalition bargaining files.
Box Folder

Allied Chemical Corporation, 1966-1967.

16 14

Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company, 1966-1967.

16 15

American Cyanamid, 1968.

16 16

American Home Products Committee, 1967-1968.

16 17

American Machine and Foundry Committee, 1966-1967.

16 18

American Smelting and Refining Company, 1967.

16 19

American Standard, 1964-1968.

16 20

Armstrong Cork Company, 1967.

16 21

Bestwall Gypsum Division of the Georgia-Pacific Corporation, 1965-1967.

16 22

Borden Company,[1978].

16 23

Borg-Warner Corporation, 1964-1966.

16 24

Campbell Soup, 1967.

16 25

Celotex Corporation, 1965-1967.

16 26

Certain-Teed Products Corporation, 1965-1967.

16 27

Copper and Brass Conference, 1966.

16 28

Drug and Cosmetic Conference, 1966.

16 29

Eaton Yale and Towne, Inc., 1967.

16 30

Flintkote, 1966-1967.

16 31

Food Machinery Corporation, 1967.

16 32

General Electric Company, clippings from Daily Labor Report, 1966-1967.

16 33

General Electric Company, clippings from Employee Relations News, 1966-1967.

16 34

General Electric Company, Court documents, 1966.

17 1

General Electric Company, David Lasser, "A Victory for Coordinated Bargaining," 1967.

17 2

General Electric Company, GE-International Union of Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers (AFL-CIO) National Agreement, 1966-1969.

17 3

General Electric Company, legal briefs, 1966, 1967, 1969.

17 4

Glidden Company, 1967.

17 5

H. K. Porter Company, 1967.

17 6

Harris-Seybold, 1967.

17 7

Honeywell, 1966-1967.

17 8

Ingersoll-Rand, 1966-1967.

17 9

International Telephone and Telegraph, 1966-1967.

17 10

Johns-Manville Corporation, 1964-1968.

17 11

Johns-Manville Corporation, memos from Industrial Union Department, 1964-1967.

17 12

Kennecott Copper, 1967.

17 13

Koppers Company, 1966-1967.

17 14

Ling-Temco-Vought, 1967.

17 15

Lockheed Aircraft, 1967.

17 16
Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Company.
Box Folder

Agreement with the union, etc., 1964-1965.

17 17

Analysis by Industrial Union Department (AFL-CIO), 1962- 1967.

17 18

Legal documents, 1961-1967.

17 19

Memos from the Industrial Union Department (AFL-CIO), 1965-1967.

17 20
Box Folder

National Gypsum, 1966-1967.

17 21

Olin-Mathieson Chemical Corporation, 1964-1967.

17 22

Paint Conference, 1966.

17 23

Pennsalt Chemical, 1967.

17 24

Quaker Oats, 1964-1967.

17 25

Revere Copper and Brass, 1967.

17 26

Robertshaw Controls Company, 1967.

17 27

Rohm and Haas, 1949-1968.

17 28

St. Regis Paper, 1965-1970.

18 1

Sherwin-Williams, 1967.

18 2

Stauffer Chemical, 1966-1967.

18 3

Stewart-Warner, 1967.

18 4

Sylvania Electric, 1964-1967.

18 5

Textron, 1966-1967.

18 6

Union Carbide, 1967.

18 7
Union files.
Box Folder

AFL-CIO general,.

18 8

Bearing industry, 1967.

18 9

Industrial Union Department of AFL-CIO, field trip, 1966.

18 10

Chemical, atomic workers unions, 1967.

18 11
Box Folder

Westinghouse Electric, 1967-1968.

18 12

Whirlpool Corp., 1966-1968.

18 13
Box Folder

Conference with textile leaders, Suggestions, 1935.

18 14
Copper Strike file.
Special Panel proceedings.
Box Folder

1968, Vol. 1.

18 15

1968, Vol. 2.

18 16

1968, Vol. 3.

18 17

1968, Vol. 4.

18 18
Box Folder

Transmittal of the Special Panel Report and clippings, 1967-1968.

18 19
Box Folder

Employment of Children in Pennsylvania, Child labor law digest, 1928.

18 20

"Impact of Merger Upon Personnel Policies in : the Carpet Industry," [1975?].

18 21

"Impact of Merger Upon Personnel Policies in : the Furniture Industry," [1975?].

18 22

International Labour Organisation, International standard occupational classification, 1948.

18 23

Job attitude, reading notes and clippings, undated.

18 24

Labor market research, reprints of works by Gladys L. Palmer, 1941-1951.

18 25

Labor mobility literature, 1939-1964.

18 26

Labor union literature, 1934-1945.

18 27
Management and merger: Study of the 1961 merger of Capital Airlines and United Air Lines, by Herbert R. Northrup, etc.
Box Folder

(chapters 1-10), 1966.

18 28

(chapters 11-13), 1966.

18 29
Box Folder

National Labor Relations Board, 1934-1940.

19 1
Paper industry disputes.
Box Folder

IBPS andPMW (International Brotherhood of Pulp Sulfite and Paper Mill Workers) and International Brotherhood of Paper Makers, Confidential Report, 1947.

79 2
International Brotherhood of Paper Makers, IBPSPMW, and the Pacific Coast Association of Pulp and Paper Manufacturers.
Mill Rate Schedules.
Box Folder

1950, Plants 1 - 10 (with Conversion Table in the front).

79 3

1950, Plants 11- 22.

79 4

1950, Plants 23- 35.

79 5

1952 Dec. 1, Segregation of Occupations, Rate Conversion Table.

79 6

1952 Dec. 1, Plants 1 - 12.

79 7

1952 Dec. 1, Plants 13-24.

79 8

1952 Dec. 1, Plants 25-36.

79 9
Uniform Labor Agreement.
Box Folder

As extended and amended in 1948, with adjusted wage rates.

79 10

1948.

79 11

As amended in 1951.

79 12

As amended in 1952.

79 13

As amended in 1953.

79 14

As amended in 1954.

79 15

1955.

79 16

As amended in 1956.

79 17

As amended in 1957.

79 18

As amended in 1958.

79 19

As amended in 1959.

79 20

As amended in 1960.

79 21

As amended in 1961.

79 22
Box Folder

Job Analysis Bulletins, 1949.

79 23

Joint Pension Board, Minutes, 1963 Oct. 1.

79 24

Joint Relations Board, Cases submitted, 1934-1956.

79 25
Pacific Coast Association of Pulp and Paper Manufacturers.
Box Folder

Mechanics Training Program, 1963.

79 26
Permanent Classification Committee.
Box Folder

Interpretations of the Uniform Labor Agreement as amended in 1946.

79 27

Interpretations of the Uniform Labor Agreement as amended in 1947.

79 28

Interpretations of the Uniform Labor Agreement of 1948.

79 29

Interpretations of the Uniform Labor Agreement of 1949.

79 30

Interpretations of the Uniform Labor Agreement of 1950.

79 31

Interpretations of the Uniform Labor Agreement as amended in 1951.

80 1

Interpretations of the Uniform Labor Agreement as amended in 1953.

80 2

Interpretations of the Uniform Labor Agreement of 1954-1955 (two instances only).

80 3

Interpretations of the Uniform Labor Agreement of 1950.

80 4
Summary of Data, Union�s copy.
Box Folder

1947 May.

80 5

1953 April.

80 6

1954 May.

80 7

1944 June 7-June 9.

80 8

1945 Dec. 8 - Dec. 11.

80 9

1946 May 7 to May 11.

80 10

1947 May 27 to June 2.

80 11

1948 April 12 to April 18.

80 12

1949 April 25 to April 30.

80 13

1949 Sept. 19 to Sept. 28.

80 14

1950 May 9th to May 16.

80 15

1951 May 8th to May 17.

80 16

1952 May 20th to May 31.

80 17

1953 Apr. 30th to May 11.

80 18

1954 May 13th to May 22.

80 19
Box Folder

Record of Pre-Wage Conference and Caucuses of the Pacific Coast Local Unions affiliated with the IBPSPMW and IBPM, 1946 May 4 to May 11.

80 20

Statistical information, 1963 April.

80 21

Uniform Labor Agreement, 1944-1947.

80 22

United States Court of Appeals, Brief of Petitioner, re the case between the manufacturer association vs. the National Labor Relations Board, [1962].

80 23
Pennsylvania Bureau of Employment Security.
Box Folder

Employment and earnings, 1964.

19 2

Employment security statistics, 1964.

19 3

Industrial census of Pennsylvania, 1962-1964.

19 4

The Insured Unemployed, 1963-1964.

19 5

Labor Market Letter, 1964.

19 6

The Philadelphia Older Worker Pilot Project, 1957-1958.

19 7

Statistical Information Bulletin, 1962-1964.

19 8

Total civilian work force, unemployment and employment by industry, 1950-1961.

19 9
Box Folder

San Francisco building trade case, 1932.

19 10
Study of industrial relations/personnel policy and practices in textile.
Box Folder

American and Efird Mills, Inc., 1981.

81 1

Burlington Industries, 1981.

81 2

Burlington Industries, Inc., 1980.

81 3

Cannon Mills, 1981.

81 4

Cannon Mills, 1980-1981.

81 5

Carolina Mills Inc., 1981.

81 6

Celanese Fiber Company, 1981-1982.

81 7

Clinton Mills, 1981-1986.

81 8

Clippings re discussion of region in the drift of industry, 1980-1981.

81 9

Clippings, re textile industry, 1979-1980.

81 10

Collins and Aikman, 1981-1982.

81 11

Cone Mills Corp., 1981.

81 12

Core companies (from 1969 study).

81 13

Crouse-Hinds Company, 1981.

81 14

Dan River Inc., 1981-1983.

81 15

Dixie Yarns, Inc., 1981.

81 16
Draft manuscripts.
Box Folder

Chapters 1-2.

81 17

Chapters 3-4.

81 18

Chapters 5, 6, and Bibliography.

81 19

Correspondence and data related to the textile study, 1981.

81 20
Box Folder

Du Pont Context, 1983.

81 21

Employment charts by selected industries (including textile), [1978- 1979].

81 22

Employment Patterns in the Textile Industry, North and South Carolina, 1967.

81 23

Equal Employment Opportunity Commission Negro Employment in the Textile Industries of North and South Carolina, 1966.

81 24
Fieldcrest Mills, Inc.
Box Folder

Annual Reports, 1979-1980.

81 25

Contract Interpretation Manual, 1978 (Columbus Towel Mill).

81 26

Correspondence and clippings, 1981-1982.

81 27

Industrial Relations Policies-Procedures, No. 201-No. 207.

81 28

Industrial Relations Policies-Procedures, No. 208-No. 299.

81 29

Labor agreement, employee's handbook, and brochures.

81 30
Box Folder

Financial miscellaneous clippings and data, 1982.

81 31

Government regulations re OSHA/EPA/FTC, 1978-1982.

81 32

Hanes Corporation, Labor dispute, 1983.

81 33

J. P. Stevens and Company, 1980-1981.

81 34

Johnson and Johnson, Memos on union activities, 1983.

81 35

Kayser-Roth Hosiery Inc., 1981.

81 36

Labor statistics in computer print-out.

81 37

M. Lowenstein Corporation, 1981.

81 38

Mailing list for Georgia, North Carolina and South Carolina.

81 39

Manpower/personnel, Data and clippings, 1981.

81 40

Material used for Chapters 2 and 3.

81 41

Milliken and Company, 1982.

81 42

Miscellaneous, 1980-1983.

81 43

Mt. Vernon Mills, Inc., 1981.

81 44

North Carolina Industrial Data File, 1980.

81 45

North Carolina statistics, 1978.

81 46

North Carolina, miscellaneous, 1973-1981.

82 1

Notes and outline, 1980.

82 2

OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970) Study � Textile industry, 1976-1977.

82 3

OSHA project, memos on visits to textile companies, 1976.

82 4

Population statistics, 1981.

82 5
Questionnaires, completed.
Box Folder

No. 1- No. 15.

82 6

No. 16- No. 30.

82 7

No. 31- No.45.

82 8

No. 46- No. 60.

82 9

No. 61- No. 75.

82 10

No. 76- No. 86.

82 11
Box Folder

Questionnaires, forms and instructions, n.d.

82 12

Reeves Brothers, Inc., 1981.

82 13

Riegel Textile Corporation, 1981-1983.

82 14

Sample correspondence, 1969-1980.

82 15

Sample questionnaires, n.d.

82 16
South Carolina.
Box Folder

Chamber of Commerce, data re union elections, etc. 1981-1982.

82 17

Correspondence and clippings, 1977-1979.

82 18

Statistics, 1976-1978.

82 19
Box Folder

Southern industrial environment, [1977-1978].

82 20

Spring Industries Inc., 1981-1983.

82 21

Statistics of Georgia, [1980].

82 22

Textile imports, Clippings, 1981.

82 23

Textile mill addresses for Georgia, North Carolina and, South Carolina, n.d.

82 24

Textile responses, 1987.

82 25

Union organizing and busting, 1974-1979.

82 26

West Point Pepperell, Inc., 1981.

82 27
U.S. Department of Labor.
Box Folder

Industrial training, memos, 1960.

19 11

Labor study literature, 1946-1954.

19 12

Statistics of Defense employment, 1940.

19 13

War regulation of wages in Canada, 1941.

19 14
Box Folder

WPA defense migration, 1942.

19 15

WAGES STUDIES, 1900-1964.

Box Folder

Employment and unemployment during Depression, 1933-1935.

19 16

Gainful workers by occupations, Camden, 1900-1930.

19 17

Gainful workers, Camden and Chester, 1900.

19 18

Gainful workers, Chester, 1910-1930.

19 19

Gainful workers, Philadelphia and U.S. A., 1900-1930.

19 20

Kennecott Copper Corporation, wage scale for various occupations, n.d.

19 21

Leeds and Northrup Company, earnings, 1927.

19 22

Metal trade, earnings, 1941-1945.

19 23

Mobility survey of scientists, 1956-1958.

19 24

Philadelphia, Metal Manufacturers' Association, statistics, 1942-1944.

19 25
Philadelphia, metal manufacturing.
Box Folder

Hourly earnings, 1919-1925.

19 26

Hourly earnings, 1923-1937.

19 27

Turnover, 1924-1932.

19 28
Box Folder

Scientific and engineering manpower, 1953-1964.

19 29

Unskilled labor rates, (I), 1948.

19 30

Unskilled labor rates, (II), 1948.

19 31

MOBILITY STUDIES, 1924-1965.

Columbus Study (Herbert.S. Parnes).
Box Folder

Company attachment, for chapter II of the Reluctant Job Changer, 1957-1959.

19 32

Pension study, 1956-1960.

19 33

Pensions and work attachment, with Parnes' original manuscript, "The Influence of Private Pension Plans on Workers' Job Attachments," 1959.

19 34

Turnover data, 1958-1963.

19 35
General.
Box Folder

1960 labor force projections data, 1952.

20 1

American Statistical Association, Papers on occupational mobility, 1952.

20 2

"Background Report and Preliminary Analysis of Household Data relating to Philadelphia," University of Pennsylvania, 1951.

20 3

"Contrasts in Labor Market Behavior: Northern Europe and the United States," IRU draft, 1959.

20 4

Enumerator's manual and other instructions for occupational mobility survey, 1951.

20 5

"Experimental Study of Alternate Methods of Projecting the Occupational Distribution of a Labor Supply," 1953.

20 6

"Exploratory Study to Develop a Measure of the Relative Strength of Work Attachments," 1952.

20 7

Geographic mobility, 1952.

20 8

"Interpreting Patterns of Labor Mobility," Manuscript, 1950.

20 9

Jeffery's study vs Battersea-Dagenham, 1952-1959.

20 10

Job change reasons, Memos, 1937-1955.

20 11

Job shift data, tables for published report, 1952-1953.

20 12

Labor Market Research Committee, Occupational Mobility Survey, 1950-1954.

20 13

Labor mobility in foreign countries, Clippings, 1928-1958.

20 14

Length of service, U.S., British, and French data, [1951]-1958.

20 15

MIT coding instructions, 1951.

20 16
Mobility comparison.
Box Folder

Philadelphia, UK, France, 1953-1960.

20 17

Philadelphia, Norristown vs. UK etc., Tables, 1958-1959.

20 18

Sweden, Norristown, and Philadelphia, 1959.

20 19
Box Folder

Mobility in Britain and Wales, 1954.

20 20
Occupational Mobility Survey.
Box Folder

Bibliography and reading notes, 1949-1959.

20 21

Census tabulations, outline, 1951.

20 22

Conference of 1953, agenda.

20 23

Degree of work attachments of the urban work force, 1951-1952.

20 24

Labor mobility analysis project, proposals, 1951-1953.

20 25

Labor mobility analysis of Chicago, 1953.

20 26

Summary report, with correspondence, 1952-1953.

20 27

Technical Committee, 1950-1953.

20 28

Technical correspondence, 1951.

20 29

Technical correspondence, 1952-1953.

20 30

Transcription and coding instructions, specific applications, 1952-1955.

20 31

Workers' attitude toward work, notes and articles, 1959.

20 32
Palmer, Gladys L.
Box Folder

Notes on European Studies, 1958.

20 33

"Social Mobility notes," British, 1958.

20 34

"Social Mobility notes," Dutch, 1954-1959.

20 35

"Social Mobility notes," French, 1958.

20 36

"Social Mobility notes," German, undated.

20 37

"Social Mobility notes," Scandinavians, 1952-1958.

21 1
Box Folder

Paris employment survey, Form and instructions, 1951.

21 2

"Relation of Gross to Net Changes in the Inter-Occupational and Inter-Industrial Movements of the Urban Labor Force," by University of California, Berkeley, 1953.

21 3

Second report of progress on studies in labor mobility, 1957.

21 4

"Social Values in Labor Mobility," Paper presented at IRRA meeting, 1952.

21 5

"Social Values in Labor Mobility," with notes, 1952.

21 6

Studies in Labor Mobility, Proposals, 1955, 1957.

21 7

Three-city labor mobility (Philadelphia, Chicago, Los Angeles), Survey manual, etc. 1951-1966.

21 8

Three-city labor mobility (Philadelphia, Chicago, Los Angeles), Work book, 1955-1959.

21 9

Work attachment study in Philadelphia and Norristown, 1956.

21 10
Illinois Study.
Box Folder

Age by duration of the occupation and times of layoff, 1956-1960.

21 11

Attitude analysis, Prepared by Lynn Comings, 1957-1958.

21 12

Base codes and coding considerations, 1958.

21 13

Chicago, miscellaneous tables, 1957-1958.

21 14

Codes and scoring, notes, 1958-1959.

21 15

Coding notes, 1956-1957.

21 16

Company attachment, draft, 1959 Oct.

21 17
Comparison tables and.
Box Folder

X2 (II10 + II11), 1957-1961.

21 18

X2 (V1 + V4 (3)), 1957-1959.

21 19

X2 (V1 and V4 (3)), 1957-1961.

21 20

X2, I10a ("Work for the company a good decision"), 1956-1961.

21 21

X2, II1+2+3 + I10 + V4(3), 1956-1957.

21 22

X2, II10+11 + (V2 + V3), 1957.

21 23

X2, II10+11 + I10 + V4 (3), Wilcock codes, 1957.

21 24

X2, II7a, IRU codes (evaluation of company), 1956-1957.

21 25

X2, II9, IRU codes (opinion of pay), 1957.

21 26

X2, IV1b, 1956-1957.

21 27

X2, V2, 1956-1961.

21 28

X2, V2 + V3, 1957-1959.

21 29

X2, V2+3+8 (E 3 way codes), 1959.

21 30

X2, V2+3+8, V3+8, V2+8, undated.

21 31

X2, V3 (recent thoughts of going into other kind of work), 1956-1957.

21 32

X2, V6, aspirations (for chapter V of Reluctant Job Changer), 1959.

21 33

X2, V8 (expectations in 5 years), 1959-1961.

21 34

X2, VI5a (occupation orientation), 1949-1961.

21 35

X2, VI5b (company orientation), 1956-1957.

21 36
Box Folder

Cross tabulation of IBM card 4 and 6 (I), 1959 (from Wilcock).

8 20

Cross tabulation of IBM card 4 and 6 (II), 1959 (from Wilcock).

8 20

Frequency tables for work attachment analysis (Chapter II of Reluctant Job Changer), Work sheets, 1956-1957.

21 37

Frequency tables from base codes and 5-way (working) codes, undated.

21 38

Index on attitudes, 1958, 1965.

21 39

Index scores--company orientation, undated.

21 40

Interrelationships data, Wilcock codes, 1959-1961.

21 41

Interview numbers and samples, Lists, 1957.

21 42

Interview schedule and preliminary material, 1957.

21 43

Job satisfaction, 1956-1961.

21 44

Job shift cards and company cards, 1956 (card box).

Material not used in Reluctant Job Changer, 1959.

22 1

Occupation index, undated.

22 2

Occupational attachment, Tables by man number, 1957.

22 3

Opinion of pay, 1957.

22 4

Original coding by man number.

22 5

Proposal for research on occupational orientation, Wilcock's draft, 1956-1957.

22 6

Rating of company, etc., 1957-1961.

22 7

Rating of supervision, 1957-1960.

22 8

Sangamo Toolmakers and machinists, 1961.

22 9

Skilled vs. semi-skilled, 1956-1957.

22 10

Springfield interrelationship data: satisfaction, suitability and lay-off, 1959.

22 11

Springfield, children under 18, 1961.

22 12

Springfield, company stability, occupation suitability, etc., 1959-1961.

22 13

Springfield, follow-up study, 1960-1961.

22 14

Springfield, house ownership, undated.

22 15

Springfield, starting age of the present occupation and job satisfaction, 1961.

22 16

Springfield, welders on layoff vs. employed, 1961.

22 17

Tables by trade, 1959.

22 18

Tables, basic, 1958-1960.

22 19

Tally sheets (frequency counts) for base code tables, undated.

22 20

Trial analysis of 32 cases, used by Wilcock.

22 21

Union contracts, 1955-1958.

22 22

Wilcock's analysis of attitudes (company and occupational attachment), Tables, undated.

22 23

Wilcock's code and IBM card data, 1959.

22 24

Working codes and coding considerations, 1958.

22 25

X2 Summaries, 1960.

22 26

Years in the area, occupation and the company, 1956-1957.

22 27

Years of schooling, 1961.

22 28
Norristown Study.
Box Folder

Age by occupational groups, 1960.

22 29

Aspirations of European workers, 1960.

22 30

"Class Concept in an Industrial Community," 1960.

22 31

Class concepts tables, 1959.

22 32

Comparison with the United Kingdom, tables, 1958-1960.

22 33

Experimental tabulations and notes, 1956.

22 34

Income and style of life tables, 1959-1960.

22 35

Job attitude, Code tables, 1956.

22 36

Job attitude, Code tables, 1959-1960.

22 37

Job attitude, Counts, 1956.

22 38

Job attitude and class concept, miscellaneous, 1955-1959.

22 39

Miscellaneous tabulations, 1955-1957.

22 40

Miscellaneous work sheets for tables, 1955.

22 41

Occupational frame of reference for class differentiation, 1959-1960.

22 42

Occupational mobility, tables, 1956.

22 43

Preliminary information on job attitudes from Norristown study, 1955-1956.

22 44

Record sheets for subsamples I, II, III, IV, 1955.

22 45

Relations between aspirations and intragenerational mobility, 1960.

22 46

Reports and reading notes, 1953-1957.

22 47

Shift and company index cards, 1950 (card box).

23

"Social Classes, Aspirations, and Social Mobility," Draft, 1959.

23 1

Success code tables, 1955.

23 2

Success code tables, 1959-1960.

23 3

Success code tables for workers, 1956.

23 4

Tables re job liked the best, age, occupation, 1956-1957.

23 5

Transcription and interview instructions, 1955.

23 6

Vertical mobility, 1959-1960.

23 7

Work file, 1955-1959.

23 8
Work history transcription sheets Men, 1955.
Box Folder

A.

23 9

B.

23 10

C.

23 11

D.

23 12

E.

23 13

F.

23 14

G.

23 15

H.

23 16

I.

23 17

J.

23 18

K.

23 19

L.

23 20

M.

23 21

N-O.

23 22

P-Q.

23 23

R.

23 24

S.

23 25

T.

23 26

V.

23 27

W.

23 28
Women, 1955.
Box Folder

A.

23 29

B.

23 30

C.

23 31

D.

23 32

E-F.

23 33

G-I.

23 34

J-L.

23 35

M.

23 36

N-P.

23 37

Q-R.

24 1

S.

24 2

T.

24 3

U-V.

24 4

W.

24 5

X-Z.

24 6
Box Folder

Working males self class identification, 1956-1960.

24 7
Six-city survey.
Box Folder

"Background Report and Preliminary Analysis of Household Data relating to Philadelphia," 1951.

24 8

"Change and Stability in the Labor Market," first draft, 1953.

24 9

"Change and Stability in the Labor Market," review draft, 1953.

24 10

Chapter V data (change in work status), 1952-1953.

24 11

Chapter V data (net changes between selected dates), 1951.

24 12

"Estimates of Potential Work Force and Summary of Characteristics of the Population and Work Force in Six Cities," by University of Chicago, 1952.

24 13
Executive Office of the President, Bureau of the Budget.
Box Folder

Correspondence, reports, and reference material, 1951-1952.

24 14

Correspondence, reports, and reference material, 1953-1954.

24 15
Box Folder

Experimental Analysis of the Degree of Work Attachment of Men in the Philadelphia Work History Sample, 1952.

24 16

Household schedule numbers of the six cities (WAP complete list), 1952.

24 17

Job shift data for six cities, 1950.

24 18

Labor Mobility in Six Cities: A Report on the Survey of Patterns and Factors in Labor Mobility, 1940-1950, By Gladys L. Palmer, 1954.

24 19

Major findings of the survey of occupational mobility in six cities, 1952.

24 20

Manuscripts comments, 1953-1954.

24 21

Mobility of Chicago workers, 1940-1949.

24 22

"Mobility of Migrants and Nonimmigrants, 1940-1949, San Francisco," by University of California, Berkeley, 1952.

24 23

"Mobility of Philadelphia Workers, 1940-1949," University of Pennsylvania, 1951.

24 24

"Mobility of San Francisco Workers," by University of California, Berkeley, 1951.

24 25

Mobility of St. Paul workers, summary, 1940-1949.

24 26

"Mobility of Workers in Six Cities, 1940-1949," by University of Pennsylvania, 1952.

25 1

Number of workers per household of Philadelphia and New Haven, work history data, undated.

25 2

Occupation data for six cities, 1951-1953.

25 3

Occupational data for six cities, 1940, 1950.

25 4

Palmer, Gladys L., paper for the American Sociological Society, "Recent Developments in Understanding Labor Mobility," 1952.

25 5

Palmer, Gladys L., technical memos, 1951-1952.

25 6

"Patterns of Mobility of Skilled Workers and Factors Affecting their Occupational Choice, Six Cities, 1940-1951," by MIT, 1952.

25 7

Philadelphia work history schedules, list of men schedule code numbers, [1988?].

25 8

"Reliability of response," [1953].

25 9

"Sample Design and Reliability of Estimates," by E. M. Kitagawa, 1952.

25 10
Sampling reliability.
Box Folder

Confidence limits, 1953.

25 11

Job shift estimates, 1953.

25 12

Significance of intercity differences in mean number of jobs, 1953.

25 13

Six-city totals, 1952-1953.

25 14
Box Folder

Six cities mobility survey, pretest, 1950-1951.

25 15

St. Paul, background data, 1951.

25 16

St. Paul studies, 1952.

25 17
Tabulations.
Box

Employment and major industry of employment, six cities combined, W 10- W 62 (incomplete), 1940-1950.

OS 1

Major industry group of longest job in 1950.

OS 1

By employment status and major industry group in 1940, Chicago, W 1- W 62.

OS 2

By employment status and major industry group in 1940, Los Angeles, W 1- W 62.

OS 3

By employment status and major industry group in 1940, New Haven, W 1- W 62.

OS 4

By job shift, 1940-1949, and sex, Philadelphia, W 1- W 62.

OS 5

By employment status and major industry group in 1940, San Francisco, W 1- W 62.

OS 6

By employment status group and major industry in 1940, St. Paul, W 1- W 62.

OS 7

Work status, for six cities, 1951.

25 18
Box Folder

Technical memo from Gladys Palmer, etc., 1950-1952.

25 19

Transcription and coding manual, 1952.

25 20

"Voluntary Shifts of St. Paul Workers, 1940-1944 and 1945-1950".

25 21

Work attachment of men in Philadelphia, 1952.

25 22

Work history data, Philadelphia, machine listing, 1951.

8 22

Work history sample duplicated schedules, six cities, 1951-1952.

25 23

Work history Schedule Transcription cards, sample, 1952.

25 24
Work history schedule.
Box Folder

Chicago, men (transcription sheets).

25 25

Chicago, men (transcription sheets), duplicate, 01XX-19XX.

25 26

Chicago, men (transcription sheets), duplicate, 30XX-55XX.

25 27
Chicago, women (transcription sheets), 1952.
Box Folder

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Chicago women (transcription sheets), duplicate, 01XX-19XX.

26 15

Chicago women (transcription sheets), duplicate, 30XX-55XX.

26 16
Los Angeles, men (transcription sheets), 1952.
Box Folder

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Duplicates.

27 13
Los Angeles, women (transcription sheets), 1952.
Box Folder

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Duplicates.

27 37
New Haven, men (transcription sheets), 1952.
Box Folder

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29 7
New Haven, women (transcription sheets), 1952.
Box Folder

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Duplicates.

29 32
Philadelphia, men, 1952.
Box Folder

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3002-5516.

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Photo negative copies.

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41XX-55XX.

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Duplicates.

32 26
San Francisco, men (transcription sheets), 1952.
Box Folder

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Duplicates, 00XX-18XX.

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Duplicates, 30XX-55XX.

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Duplicates.

34 14
St. Paul, men (transcription sheets), 1952.
Box Folder

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30XX-55XX.

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Duplicates.

35 10
St. Paul, women (transcription sheets), 1952.
Box Folder

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30XX-55XX.

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Duplicates.

35 31

BLACK EMPLOYMENT, CONSTRUCTION, 1961-1978.

Box Folder

Apprenticeship and training, Clippings, 1966-1974.

36 1
Boston Plan.
Box Folder

Analysis of the Plan by George E. Jenkins, [1976].

36 10
Box Folder

Apprenticeship and training, Papers and pamphlets, 1961-1974.

36 2
Boston Plan.
Box Folder

Background material, 1970-1974.

36 11
Box Folder

Apprenticeship Outreach Program, Papers and articles, 1967-1973.

36 3
Boston Plan.
Box Folder

Correspondence, 1974-1976.

36 12
Box Folder

Articles, 1971-1975.

36 4
Boston Plan.
Box Folder

Interviews, 1974-1976.

36 13
Box Folder

Associated General Contractors of America, Bulletin and labor relations reports, 1966-1971.

36 5
Boston Plan.
Box Folder

Manpower employment data, 1976.

36 14
Box Folder

Atlanta Plan, Student paper, 1975Box 36.

36 6
Boston Plan.
Box Folder

Miscellaneous, re Employment, placement, minority percentage, etc., 1972-1976.

36 15
Box Folder

Baltimore Plan, 1972-1976.

36 7
Boston Plan.
Box Folder

Plan material.

36 16
Box Folder

Bibliography, 1974-1975.

36 8

Birmingham Plan, 1972-1975.

36 9

Building trades statistics by region, and for 20 cities, 1970.

36 17

California Plans, 1971-1975.

36 18

Camden Plan, 1972-1975.

36 19
Chicago Plan.
Box Folder

Analysis, 1971.

36 20

Clippings, 1963-1974.

36 21

Clippings, 1969-1974.

36 22

Correspondence, 1973-1975.

36 23

Miscellaneous, 1968-1976.

36 24

"Negotiation of the Chicago Plan," by Robert B. McKersie, et al, 1970.

37 1

Northwestern University study, 1970.

37 2

Paper by Roger Fradin, "The Chicago Building Trades," 1973.

37 3

Plan material, 1969-1973.

37 4
Box Folder

Cincinnati Plan, 1968-1975.

37 5

City reports writing instructions, 1975.

37 6

Cleveland Plan, 1970-1975.

37 7

Clippings, 1965-1977.

37 8

Construction Action Committee, Affirmative Action Program, questionnaire, 1971.

37 9

Dallas Plan, 1974-1975.

37 10

Delaware (state) Plan, 1970-1975.

37 11
Denver Plan.
Box Folder

Correspondence, 1972-1975.

37 12

I, 1970-1975.

37 13

II, 1970-1975.

37 14
Box Folder

El Paso Plan, 1973-1975.

37 15

Employee personal data cards, 1969-1973.

37 16

Employment "Active Terminated File," 1971.

37 17

Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, Union membership of minorities, 1970.

37 18

Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, News releases, 1974.

37 19

Federal Highway Administration data, 1973-1975.

37 20

Florida, 1974.

37 21

Georgia, 1973-1974.

37 22

"Hometown" and "Imposed" plans, synopsis for audit by the Office of FederalContract Compliance, 1971-1973.

37 23

Houston Plan, 1973-1975.

37 24
Howard G. Foster's work.
Box Folder

(I), "Blacks in Construction," "Affirmative Action Plans," "The Role of the Courts,"1977.

37 25

(II), Correspondence and miscellaneous data on black employment in construction, 1970-1977.

37 26
Box Folder

Indianapolis, Clippings, etc., 1967-1971.

37 27
Indianapolis Plan.
Box Folder

Audit, 1973.

37 28

Background material (minutes and news releases), 1970-1971.

37 29

Correspondence, 1971-1974.

38 1

Financial reports, 1970-1974.

38 2

Interviews, 1971.

38 3

Monthly activity report, 1970-1971.

38 4

Monthly activity report, 1972.

38 5

Monthly activity report, 1973 (I).

38 6

Monthly activity report, 1973 (II).

38 7

Monthly activity report, 1974 (I).

38 8

Monthly activity report, 1974 (II).

38 9

Monthly activity report, 1975.

38 10

Paper by John Burke Morse, Jr., "The Carpenters in Indianapolis".

38 11

Report forms.

38 12

Work file, 1972-1974.

38 13
Box Folder

Kansas City Plan, 1973.

38 14

Kansas City, Missouri, working file, 1970-1974.

38 15

Legal journal articles, 1969-1971.

38 16

Litigation file, 1971-1974.

38 17

Los Angeles, 1969-1970.

38 18

Louisville, Kentucky, 1974.

38 19

Massachusetts Construction Advancement Program, Equal Employment Opportunity Manual, 1975.

39 1

MBA thesis "The 1964 Civil Rights Act and the Negro in the Construction Industry in Los Angeles," by Jeffrey L. Freiberg, 1970.

39 2

Mid West, city information, 1967-1973.

39 3

Mississippi state, 1974.

39 4

Nashville, TN, 1974-1975.

39 5

New Jersey, 1963-1975.

39 6

New Jersey, 1971-1974.

39 7

New Orleans Plan, 1970-1974.

39 8

New Orleans, historical data and notes, 1973.

39 9
New York plan.
Box Folder

1970-1974.

39 10

Clippings, New York City, 1963-1976.

39 11

Miscellaneous, New York State, 1972-1973.

39 12

Report by Michael Delikat, "Increasing Minority Group Representation," 1974.

39 13
Box Folder

New York State, 1972-1975.

39 14

Newark Plan, 1971-1975.

39 15

North Carolina, 1974.

39 16

Northeast, city information, 1964-1973.

39 17
Office of Federal Contract Compliance.
Box Folder

Correspondence and reports, 1973-1976.

39 18

Mailing addresses of representatives in various states, undated.

39 19

Miscellaneous, 1970-1976.

39 20
Box Folder

"OJT" [Outreach and Journeymen Training?] Summary, 1970-1971.

40 1
Omaha (Nebraska) Plan.
Box Folder

Agreement, Metropolitan Omaha Minorities Construction, 1971.

40 2

Correspondence, 1974.

40 3

Discrimination suit, 1974.

40 4

Office of Federal Contract Compliance, audits, 1972-1973.

40 5

Plan material, 1974.

40 6

Training programs, 1974.

40 7

WPA (Work Projects Administration) publication," The Negroes of Nebraska," 1940.

40 8
Box Folder

"Open shop" reports, 1969-1977.

40 9

Other plans, Labor Department placement data and other summary information, 1971-1973.

40 10

"Other Southern Cities" file, 1972-1975.

40 11
Peoria, Illinois, Plan.
Box Folder

Apprentice Outreach program, 1972-1974.

40 12

Apprentice Outreach program, monthly reports, 1970-1972.

40 13

Consent decrees, 1970-1972.

40 14
Construction Action Committee.
Box Folder

Correspondence and minority worker data, 1970-1972.

40 15

Meetings, 1972.

40 16

Meetings and reports, 1974-1976.

40 17

Placement charts, 1973.

40 18

referrals, 1971.

40 19
Box Folder

Contractor's cost statement, 1971.

40 20

Correspondence, 1974-1977.

40 21

Employment report, weekly, and payroll, 1971-1972.

40 22

Evaluation form, 1971.

40 23

"Increasing Minority Group Representation in the Skilled Trades: a Look at the Peoria Plan," by M. Delikat, 1974.

40 24

Miscellaneous, 1970-1972.

40 25

News clippings, 1969-1975.

40 26

Office of Federal Contract Compliance, correspondence, 1971-1973.

40 27

Plan material, 1972-1974.

40 28

Private sector owners, 1971.

40 29
Philadelphia Plan.
Box Folder

Compliance check, 1969-1976.

40 30

Government and legislative literature, 1969-1972.

40 31

News clippings, 1963-1976.

40 32

Research data, 1970-1976.

40 33
Box Folder

Pittsburgh Plan, 1964-1976.

41 1

Problems in the Construction Industry, Bibliography by Cullen Foltmen, [1973?].

41 2

Proposal to Study a Representative Sample of Voluntary and Imposed Plans, 1973 Sept.

41 3

Report by Theresa R. Shapiro, "Negro Construction Craftsmen in a Southern Labor Market," [1971?].

41 4

Report prepared for the Industrial Research Unit, "Increasing Minority Group Representation in the Skilled Trades: the New York Experience, 1960-1974," 1974.

41 5

Research Assistant Roger Fradin's file on Black employment in construction, 1975.

41 6
Rochester Plan.
Box Folder

Clippings and notes, 1972.

41 7

Correspondence and memos, 1974-1975.

41 8

Employment data, [1973?].

41 9

Pierce report, [1975?].

41 10

Plan material with background literature, 1959-1974.

41 11

Recruitment date, 1974.

41 12

Statistics, 1974.

41 13

Work file, 1973-1974.

41 14
Box Folder

San Francisco Plan, 1969-1975.

41 15

Seattle Plan, 1969-1975.

41 16

South and Far West, city information, 1965-1975.

41 17

South Carolina, Office of Vocational Education, Correspondence, 1974.

41 18
Southern Construction Industry Study.
Box Folder

Addresses of correspondents.

41 19

Proposal, 1974.

41 20

Racial composition of construction employment, 1972.

41 21

State maps (Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas).

41 22
St. Louis Plan.
Box Folder

1970-1974.

41 23

Background data, [1974].

41 24

City, Division of Building and Inspection, Annual Report, 1972-1973.

41 25

City, Division of Building and Inspection, Annual Report, 1973-1974.

41 26

Clippings and news releases, 1961-1971.

42 1

Compliance survey, interviews and correspondence, 1973-1974.

42 2

Compliance survey, work file, 1971-1974.

42 3

Directory of Minority Owned Businesses, 1973.

42 4

Employment discrimination, 1970-1975.

42 5

"Negro Employment in Construction: the Case in St. Louis, Missouri," by Stephen A. Schneider, 1974.

42 6
Box Folder

Tennessee, 1974.

42 7

Texas, Vocational education, 1974.

42 8
U.S. Department of Labor.
Box Folder

Apprenticeship Outreach Program data, 1971-1974.

42 9

"Characteristics of Construction Agreements, 1972-1973".

42 10

Nonagricultural employment data, Washington, D.C. area, 1957-1969.

42 11

"Union Wages and Hours: Building Trades," 1972.

42 12
Chicago Construction Committee.
Box Folder

1981 Bid Calendar.

42 13

Report on Construction Industry Seasonality, 1973-1978.

42 14
Chicago Construction Coordinating Committee.
Box Folder

Report, 1974-1977.

42 15

Report, 1974-1977, Supplemental appendix.

42 16
Box Folder

Unions, Clippings, 1965-1973.

42 17

Unions, Pamphlets, 1957, 1972.

42 18

Virginia, Vocational education, 1974.

42 19
Washington, D.C. Plan.
Box Folder

1970-1971.

42 20

Apprenticeship and career pamphlets, 1965-1970.

42 21

Apprenticeship Information Center data, 1966-1971.

42 22

Background information, 1970-1971.

42 23

Clippings, 1970-1971.

42 24

Clippings, 1971-1978.

42 25

Community Advisors on Equal Employment pamphlets, [1966?- 1971?].

42 26

Companies, associations, and Labor Department, correspondence and news releases, 1970-1971.

42 27

Compliance check, 1972-1973.

43 1

Compliance status, 1971.

43 2

Employment status data, 1969-1971.

43 3

Mailing addresses.

43 4

Metropolitan Area Transit Authority, minority development bimonthly, reports, Nos. 49-64, 1976-1978.

43 5

Metropolitan Area Transit Authority: Minority Utilization Reports, monthly, 1970-1971.

43 6

Miscellaneous, 1940-1972.

43 7

Non-union survey, 1970-1971.

43 8

Notes and correspondence, 1971-1976.

43 9

Occupation code numbers.

43 10

Plan material, 1970-1975.

43 11

Project interviews, 1971.

43 12

Review Committee, proceedings, 1973.

43 13

Staff memos and meeting notes, 1971-1972.

43 14

Status reports, 1970-1971.

43 15

U.S. Department of Labor hearing, 1970, data presented.

43 16