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Business manager's file 50-11. Newspaper Guild, 1938-04 - 1939-06

 Item — Box: 2, Folder: 1
Scope and Contents This folder consists largely of correspondence among Macfarlane, E.M. Antrim, James G. Stahlman (president of ANPA), Eugene MacKinnon (chairman of the AHPA's special standing committee), and others, about relations with the Guild around the country. Clippings about Guild contracts and strikes in other cities and at the Chicago Times and the Hearst papers in Chicago. Significant items include: 1938-04: Chicago Guild News headline "Col....
Dates: 1938-04 - 1939-06

Business manager's file 50-11. Newspaper Guild, 1939-07 - 1950-04

 Item — Box: 2, Folder: 2
Scope and Contents

General correspondence and reports about Guild problems nationwide, wage scales, etc. Specific references to the Simms paper in Rockford (1939-07); the Guild contract at the Chicago Times (1940-09); War Labor Board hearing on the Harrisburg (Pa.) Patriot case with testimony by Roy E. Larsen of Time and Arthur Sulzaberger of the New York Times (1943-10); and Guild contracts with the Chicago Sun (1945/1946)

Dates: 1939-07 - 1950-04

Business manager's file 50-11. Newspaper Guild, 1947-02

 Item — Box: 2, Folder: 3
Scope and Contents

Transcript of testimony by J. David Stern, publisher of the Philadelphia Record, on his experience with the Guild. Given 1947-02-11 before the House Committee on Education and Labor during the debate on what became the Taft-Hartley Act

Dates: 1947-02

Business manager's file 50-11. Newspaper Guild, 1950 - 1955

 Item — Box: 2, Folder: 4
Scope and Contents Correspondence about the New York News' new contract with the Guild, 1950-05, among E.M. Antrim, H.F. Grumhaus, J. Loy ("Pat") Maloney, and Philip B. Stephens, business manager of the NewsNews items and Guild publications during the Guild strike against the New York World-Telegram and Sub, 1950-06Statement given to Congress by Sam Eubanks, executive vice president of the American Newspaper Guild, on 1950-07-20, about...
Dates: 1950 - 1955