2 edition of National war labor board docket. found in the catalog.
National war labor board docket.
United States. National War Labor Board (1918-1919)
Written in English
Title-page, table of contents and some of the docket numbers are typewritten, other docket numbers are autographed from type-written copy, while the remainder are printed at the Government printing office.
|Statement||Prepared by the Bureau of applied economics, Department of library research, under the direction of Ernest Kletsch.|
|Contributions||Kletsch, Ernest., Reeder, Robert Patterson, 1876-, Bureau of Applied Economics, Washington, D.C. Dept. of Library Research.|
|LC Classifications||HD5503 .A5 1919c|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||20000596|
Also, documents of the National War Labor Board and the Federal Communications Commission pertaining to the merger of the Postal Cable Company and Western Union Telegraph Company (); also arbitration awards, decisions and documents for cases arbitrated by Meyer, concerning Postal Telegraph Cable Company vs. American Communications. NATIONAL WAR LABOR BOARD, WORLD WAR INATIONAL WAR LABOR BOARD, WORLD WAR I (NWLB) was appointed by President Woodrow Wilson on 8 April to adjudicate labor disputes. Its members had already served in Washington, D.C., on the War Labor Conference Board, convened on 28 January by the secretary of labor to devise a national labor program.
Papers of a University of Missouri professor, economist, and arbitrator. Arbitration cases and labor agreements, ; U.S. Employment Service papers, ; U.S. National War Labor Board, Wage Stabilization, ; speeches and articles, ; and miscellaneous materials. Preliminary inventory of the records of the National War Labor Board. Washington: National Archives, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Herbert Fine; National Archives (U.S.).
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(Record Group ) 4, cu. Overview of Records Locations Table of Contents ADMINISTRATIVE HISTORY RECORDS OF THE NATIONAL DEFENSE MEDIATION BOARD 26 lin. RECORDS OF THE NATIONAL WAR LABOR BOARD (bulk ) 1, lin. General records of headquarters Headquarters records relating to cases Records.
General Records of the Department of Justice, RG Records of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, RG General Records of the Department of Labor, RG Records of the National War Labor Board (World War II), RG Records of the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service, RG Subject Access Terms: New Deal agency.
Further reading. Valerie Jean Conner, The National War Labor Board: Stability, Social Justice, and the Voluntary State in World War I.
Chapel Hill, NC: University of North Carolina Press, Richard B. Gregg, "The National War Labor Board," Harvard Law Review, vol. 33, no. 1 (Nov. ), pp. 39–In JSTOR; External links. Guide to the United States NWLB files at Cornell Headquarters: Washington, D.C.
The National War Labor Board (NWLB) was an agency of the United States government created in early by President Woodrow Wilson which was made up of twelve members from business and co-chairmen were former President William Howard Taft and attorney Frank Walsh.
Its purpose was to make sure labor strikes did not hurt the war effort. The board ended after the war. National War Labor Board: A History of Its Formation and Activities, Together with Its Awards and the Documents of Importance in the Record of Its Development Issue of Bulletin (Bureau of Labor Statistics) Bulletin (Bureau of Labor Statistics).: Labor as affected by the war series.
Finding Aids: Mary Walton Livingston and Leo Pascal, comps., Preliminary Inventory of the War Labor Policies Board Records, PI 4 (). Subject Access Terms: World War I agency. RECORDS OF THE WAR LABOR POLICIES BOARD 12 lin. Textual Records: Minutes of the board, Febru Minutes of committees, June-July.
The War Production Board (WPB) was an agency of the United States government that supervised war production during World War ent Franklin D. Roosevelt established it in Januarywith Executive Order The WPB replaced the Supply Priorities and Allocation Board and the Office of Production Management.
The WPB directed conversion of industries from peacetime work to war. The Labor Board Crew Remaking Worker-Employer Relations from Pearl Harbor to the Reagan Era. Members of the National War Labor Board and the world they made. Ronald W. Schatz tells the story of the team of young economists and lawyers recruited to the National War Labor Board to resolve union-management conflicts during the Second World War.
Records of Regions V, VI, XI, and Select Industry Commissions President Franklin D. Roosevelt established the National War Labor Board (NWLB) within the Office of Emergency Management on Janu under Executive Order The Board was composed of 12 members, four representatives each of industry, labor, and the public.
The Board’s primary responsibility was to. An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio An illustration of a " floppy disk. National War Labor Board v. Farrell-Cheek Steel Co. (D.C. Cir. ) Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item.
RG Records of the War Production Board. RG Records of Naval Districts and Shore Establishments RG Records of the Office of Price Administration. RG Records of the National War Labor Board (World War II) RG Records of the Office of Defense Transportation.
RG National Archives Collection of World War II War Crimes Records. The National War Labor Board was a court of appeal where principles of the Labor Administration were involved in dispute". An early act was to adopt principles and policies of the National War Labor Board.
Frankfurter also had a seat on the War Industries Board. The board formulated unified policies regarding labor administration during World. The National War Labor Board (NWLB) was created in early by President Woodrow was made up of twelve members from business and co-chairmen were former President William Howard Taft and attorney Frank Walsh.
Its purpose was to make sure labor strikes did not hurt the war effort. The board ended after the war in May The National War Labor Board was. The National War Labor Board was authorized in March for the purpose of preventing strikes that would disrupt production in war industries. The first appointments were made the next month.
Under the direction of former president William Howard Taft and the labor lawyer Frank Walsh, the board persuaded industry to improve working conditions. "The National War Labor Board, a tripartite body established in by President Franklin D.
Roosevelt, was charged with acting as an arbitration tribunal in labor-management dispute cases, thereby preventing work stoppages which might hinder the war effort. Stabilization Cases Acted on by the Headquarters Office of the National War Labor Board,SL 10 ().
Related Records: Record copies of publications of the National War Labor Board in RGPublications of the U.S. Government. Records of the National Mediation Board, RG Records of the National Labor Relations Board, RG Each record on the microfilm has a docket number. Administrative Files (containing, among other things, press releases) General Subject files (which focus on Women in Industry) can be found by skimming the reel index for Reels 13 through (Research Collections in Labor Studies: Papers of the National War Labor Board, ).
The Board issued a complaint against respondent alleging unfair labor practices within the meaning of § 8(1) and (3) of *46 the National Labor Relations Act, 29 U.S.
C.A. § (1) and (3),  on the ground that respondent through its officers, agents and attorney had pursued a critical course toward unions within the hearing and with the. The court below, on the other hand, in harmony with three other circuits, Mooresville Cotton Mills v.
National Labor Relations Board, 4 Cir., 94 F.2d 61; National Labor Relations Board v. Botany Worsted Mills, 3 Cir., [ U.S.] F.2d ; National Labor Relations Board v.
Carlisle Lumber Co., 9 Cir., 99 F.2druled that. National War Labor Board CollectionCONTENTS 69 Storage Boxes Series I, Executive Board Meeting Proceedings,Boxesp. Series II, Public Hearings,Boxesp.
The National War Labor Board (NWLB) was appointed by President Woodrow Wilson in April, Guided by the principles of labor relations suggested by the President's Mediation Commission in September,the Board's purpose was to settle labor-management disputes and stabilize wages during World War I.War Labor Policies Board Records, PI 4 ().
Subject Access Terms: World War I agency. RECORDS OF THE WAR LABOR POLICIES BOARD 12 lin. ft. Textual Records: Minutes of the board, Febru Minutes of committees, June-July National War Labor Board files,bulk (Cornell University Library).
WorldCat record id: Region 2 of the U.S. National War Labor Board included New York State and northern New Jersey. The Second Regional War Labor Board was the first regional board of the U.S.
National War Labor Board to come into existence.