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Business manager's file 50-10. Newsboy's Union, 1930 - 1948

 Item — Box: 1, Folder: 1
Scope and Contents Correspondence between the Chicago Newspaper Publishers Association and the Associated Newsboys of Chicago (also called the Chicago Newsboys' Association and the Associated Newsdealers of Chicago), 1931-1938, regarding the newsboys' grievances and desire for an agreement with the publishers. Major participants were: for the publishers their president, S.E. Thomason, and their secretaries, W.G. Hooker (1931/1937) and J.G. Camp (1937/ ); for the...
Dates: 1930 - 1948

Business manager's file 50-11. Newspaper Guild, 1935 - 1937-07

 Item — Box: 1, Folder: 2
Scope and Contents Bulletins from the Chicago Newspaper Publishers Association (W.G. Hooker, secretary) and the ANPA, 1935/1936, about the development of the Guild and its Chicago branchCorrespondence among Macfarlane, McCormick, Eugene MacKinnon of ANPA, Keith masters of the law firm, and John McCarrens of the Cleveland Plain Dealer during late 1936 about Guild activities in other citiesBroadside of 1936-12-11 to "Newspapermen of Chicago"...
Dates: 1935 - 1937-07

Business manager's file 50-11. Newspaper Guild, 1937-06 - 1937-07

 Item — Box: 1, Folder: 3
Scope and Contents

  • Twenty-nine replies to Macfarlane's letter of 1937-06-08 from other publishers including Paul Bellamy, James G. Stahlman, Joseph E. Ridder, Paul Patterson, and Roy Howard
  • McCormick letter of 1937-06-18 to Macfarlane suggesting conditions that ANPA ought to recommend "so that editorial employees will not feel the urge to join the Guild"
  • Dates: 1937-06 - 1937-07

    Business manager's file 50-11. Newspaper Guild, 1937-07 - 1938-04

     Item — Box: 1, Folder: 4
    Scope and Contents This folder consists largely of correspondence among Macfarlane, Eugene MacKinnon of ANPA, and other publishers, especially the Hearst company, about relations with the Guild. Significant items include:1937-07: correspondence among Macfarlane, McCormick and J.P. Kreutzer of employee relations about the Tribune's favorable relations with unions and about "things other papers do for employees that we do not"1937-10: announcement of...
    Dates: 1937-07 - 1938-04

    Business manager's file 50-11. Newspaper Guild, 1938-01-05 - 1938-01-06

     Item — Box: 1, Folder: 5
    Scope and Contents

    Transcript of testimony of Kent Cooper, general manager of the Associated Press, before the NLRB

    Dates: 1938-01-05 - 1938-01-06