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United Mine Workers of America

 Organization

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Bernard H. Cantor Papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: AppMs-26
Arrangement The papers of this collection are arranged in chronological order by record type beginning with the decisions of Mr. Cantor as an arbitrator, 1959-1978 as Series 1, and then the Arbitration Review Board Decisions between the United Mine Workers and the Bituminous Coal Operators' Association, 1975-1978 as Series 2. Series 3 includes several labor contracts of relevance to the arbitration layout decided by Mr. Cantor.Two additions have been added to the collection. These include...

Coal Employment Project (CEP) Records

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: AppMs-355
Scope and Contents The CEP records document not only the daily operations of the organization but also the extensive activities the organization undertook in its support of women miners. Among the types of documents contained in the collection are financial ledgers and balance sheets; grant proposals; personnel leave and hiring records; correspondence between CEP staff members in their different offices; agenda and programs for the CEP national conferences of women miners; audio and videotapes concerning...

Jeanne M. Rasmussen Papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: AppMs-352
Scope and Contents The Jeanne M. Rasmussen Collection contains both manuscript and photographic materials. Manuscript materials include personal correspondence and financial records; drafts of chapters from Rasmussen's unpublished manuscript on coal mining; essays written by Rasmussen on coal mining and other topics relating to Appalachia; and clippings and scrapbook materials on coal mining, the UMWA, and Rasmussen's writing and photography. The photographic prints depict Appalachian men, women, and children;...

Pittston Coal Company Strike Tape

 Collection — Videotape: 1
Identifier: 500-AppMs 351
Arrangement The collection is arranged in one series consisting of one 60-minute video cassettee.