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Collection Number: 04446

Collection Title: Paul Newman Guthrie Papers, 1943-1975

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Size 50.0 feet of linear shelf space (approximately 13,325 items)
Abstract Paul Newman Guthrie served as vice-chair of Region IV of the National War Labor Board during World War II, was a member of numerous presidential emergency boards in railroad and airline labor disputes in the 1950s and 1960s, served as an arbitrator in labor-management disputes in many industries, and served on the faculty of the School of Business Administration, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1946-1974. The collection chiefly consists of case files, transcripts of hearings, exhibits, arbitrators' decisions, notes, correspondence, and other material concerning arbitration of disputes between labor and management in the railroad, airline, telecommunications, electric, textile, tire and rubber, and other industries. Materials include files for 225 cases that came before the National War Labor Board (Region IV, covering the southeastern United States). All other files are arranged by industry and then by companies involved in disputes.
Creator Guthrie, Paul Newman, 1903-
Language English
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Restrictions to Access
No restrictions. Open for research.
Copyright Notice
Copyright is retained by the authors of items in these papers, or their descendants, as stipulated by United States copyright law.
Preferred Citation
[Identification of item], in the Paul Newman Guthrie Papers #4446, Southern Historical Collection, The Wilson Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Acquisitions Information
Received from Paul Newman Guthrie of Chapel Hill, N.C., in May 1986.
Sensitive Materials Statement
Manuscript collections and archival records may contain materials with sensitive or confidential information that is protected under federal or state right to privacy laws and regulations, the North Carolina Public Records Act (N.C.G.S. § 132 1 et seq.), and Article 7 of the North Carolina State Personnel Act (Privacy of State Employee Personnel Records, N.C.G.S. § 126-22 et seq.). Researchers are advised that the disclosure of certain information pertaining to identifiable living individuals represented in this collection without the consent of those individuals may have legal ramifications (e.g., a cause of action under common law for invasion of privacy may arise if facts concerning an individual's private life are published that would be deemed highly offensive to a reasonable person) for which the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill assumes no responsibility.
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1903 Paul Newman Guthrie born 3 December in Greene County, Tenn., one of five children of William Lawson and Sally L. (Berry) Guthrie.
1926 B.A., University of Tennessee
1932 B.D., Union Theological Seminary
1932 M.A., Columbia University
1935-1942 Taught at Randolph-Macon Women's College
1940 Co-author, The Path I Trod (Columbia University Press)
1943-1944 Director, Disputes Division, Region IV, National War Labor Board, Atlanta
1944-1946 Vice-chair and public member, Region IV National War Labor Board
1945 Chair, Southern Textile Commission
1946 Ph.D., Columbia University; director, Wage Stablization Division, National Wage Stabilization Board; joined faculty of University of North Carolina School of Business Administration (teaching specialties: labor economics, industrial relations)
1950- Referee for the National Railroad Adjustment Board; member of numerous presidential emergency boards in railroad and airline labor disputes; member, National Academy of Arbitrators
1951-1952 One of three public members of Wage Stabilization Board, Region IV;
1952 One of six public members, Federal Wage Stabilization Board
1957 President, National Academy of Arbitrators
1963 One of three members of an emergency board to decide a dispute between Eastern Airlines and the Flight Engineers International Association; served on emergency board to make recommendations for settlement of dispute between the Florida East Coast Railway and eleven non-operating unions
1969 Head, mediation panel, food workers' strike, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
1974 Retired as professor of economics, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
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The collection chiefly consists of labor arbitrator and University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill professor Paul Newman Guthrie's case files, transcripts of hearings, exhibits, arbitrators' decisions, notes, correspondence, and other material concerning arbitrations of disputes between labor and management in the railroad industry, airline industry, telecommunications industry, electric industry, textile industry, tire industry and rubber industry, and other industries. Materials include files for 225 cases that came before the National War Labor Board (Region IV, covering the southeastern United States). All other files are arranged by industry and then by companies involved in disputes.

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Contents list

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 1. War Labor Board, Region IV, 1943-1945.

About 2650 items.

About 225 case files (arranged alphabetically by name of company), minutes of weekly Board meetings (arranged chronologically), and "Directive Orders" of the Board (arranged alphabetically by name of company). Note: Region IV consisted of North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee, Virginia, Mississippi, and Florida.

Note that folders 1-4 have been digitized.

Folder 1

Appalachian Knitting Mills #04446, Series: "1. War Labor Board, Region IV, 1943-1945." Folder 1

Folder 2

Anniston Warehouse Corporation #04446, Series: "1. War Labor Board, Region IV, 1943-1945." Folder 2

Folder 3

Armour Fertilizer Works #04446, Series: "1. War Labor Board, Region IV, 1943-1945." Folder 3

Folder 4

Ashby Veneer   Lumber Co. #04446, Series: "1. War Labor Board, Region IV, 1943-1945." Folder 4

Folder 5

Atlantic Steel Company #04446, Series: "1. War Labor Board, Region IV, 1943-1945." Folder 5

Folder 6

Atlanta Woolen Mills #04446, Series: "1. War Labor Board, Region IV, 1943-1945." Folder 6

Folder 7

Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Company #04446, Series: "1. War Labor Board, Region IV, 1943-1945." Folder 7

Folder 8

Azalea Woodworking Company #04446, Series: "1. War Labor Board, Region IV, 1943-1945." Folder 8

Folder 9

Barbara Mills #04446, Series: "1. War Labor Board, Region IV, 1943-1945." Folder 9

Folder 10

Barber Manufacturing #04446, Series: "1. War Labor Board, Region IV, 1943-1945." Folder 10

Folder 11

Bechtel-McCone Corporation #04446, Series: "1. War Labor Board, Region IV, 1943-1945." Folder 11

Folder 12-13

Folder 12

Folder 13

Bemis Brothers Bag Company #04446, Series: "1. War Labor Board, Region IV, 1943-1945." Folder 12-13

Folder 14

Birmingham Department Stores #04446, Series: "1. War Labor Board, Region IV, 1943-1945." Folder 14

Folder 15

Athens Manufacturing #04446, Series: "1. War Labor Board, Region IV, 1943-1945." Folder 15

Folder 16

C. B. Atkins Company #04446, Series: "1. War Labor Board, Region IV, 1943-1945." Folder 16

Folder 17

J. H. Allison #04446, Series: "1. War Labor Board, Region IV, 1943-1945." Folder 17

Folder 18

Albemarle Paper Co., Inc. #04446, Series: "1. War Labor Board, Region IV, 1943-1945." Folder 18

Folder 19

Alma Desk Company #04446, Series: "1. War Labor Board, Region IV, 1943-1945." Folder 19

Folder 20

Acme Freight Lines #04446, Series: "1. War Labor Board, Region IV, 1943-1945." Folder 20

Folder 21

Air Reduction Sales Company #04446, Series: "1. War Labor Board, Region IV, 1943-1945." Folder 21

Folder 22

Alabama Mills #04446, Series: "1. War Labor Board, Region IV, 1943-1945." Folder 22

Folder 23

Alabama Metal Lath #04446, Series: "1. War Labor Board, Region IV, 1943-1945." Folder 23

Folder 24

American Brake Shoe Company #04446, Series: "1. War Labor Board, Region IV, 1943-1945." Folder 24

Folder 25

American Brake Shoe and Foundry #04446, Series: "1. War Labor Board, Region IV, 1943-1945." Folder 25

Folder 26

American Enka Corporation #04446, Series: "1. War Labor Board, Region IV, 1943-1945." Folder 26

Folder 27

American Oil Company #04446, Series: "1. War Labor Board, Region IV, 1943-1945." Folder 27

Folder 28

American Pigment Corporation #04446, Series: "1. War Labor Board, Region IV, 1943-1945." Folder 28

Folder 29

American Peanut Corporation #04446, Series: "1. War Labor Board, Region IV, 1943-1945." Folder 29

Folder 30

Tobacco Workers International #04446, Series: "1. War Labor Board, Region IV, 1943-1945." Folder 30

Folder 31

American Zinc Company #04446, Series: "1. War Labor Board, Region IV, 1943-1945." Folder 31

Folder 32

Anniston Warehouse Corporation #04446, Series: "1. War Labor Board, Region IV, 1943-1945." Folder 32

Folder 33

Birmingham Grain Company #04446, Series: "1. War Labor Board, Region IV, 1943-1945." Folder 33

Folder 34

Sixteen Birmingham, Ala. laundries #04446, Series: "1. War Labor Board, Region IV, 1943-1945." Folder 34

Folder 35

Bladenboro Cotton Mills #04446, Series: "1. War Labor Board, Region IV, 1943-1945." Folder 35

Folder 36

H. Blockman and Company #04446, Series: "1. War Labor Board, Region IV, 1943-1945." Folder 36

Folder 37

Bolton Stove Company #04446, Series: "1. War Labor Board, Region IV, 1943-1945." Folder 37

Folder 38-39

Folder 38

Folder 39

Bona Allen, Inc. #04446, Series: "1. War Labor Board, Region IV, 1943-1945." Folder 38-39

Folder 40

Borden Company #04446, Series: "1. War Labor Board, Region IV, 1943-1945." Folder 40

Folder 41

Bristol Steel and Iron Works #04446, Series: "1. War Labor Board, Region IV, 1943-1945." Folder 41

Folder 42

Brooklyn Cooperage #04446, Series: "1. War Labor Board, Region IV, 1943-1945." Folder 42

Folder 43

Bryan Hosiery Mills #04446, Series: "1. War Labor Board, Region IV, 1943-1945." Folder 43

Folder 44

Buckeye Cotton Oil #04446, Series: "1. War Labor Board, Region IV, 1943-1945." Folder 44

Folder 45

Burlington Mills #04446, Series: "1. War Labor Board, Region IV, 1943-1945." Folder 45

Folder 46-47

Folder 46

Folder 47

Candora Marble #04446, Series: "1. War Labor Board, Region IV, 1943-1945." Folder 46-47

Folder 48-49

Folder 48

Folder 49

Caradine-Karsch #04446, Series: "1. War Labor Board, Region IV, 1943-1945." Folder 48-49

Folder 50

Carnation Milk #04446, Series: "1. War Labor Board, Region IV, 1943-1945." Folder 50

Folder 51

Carter Brothers, Inc. #04446, Series: "1. War Labor Board, Region IV, 1943-1945." Folder 51

Folder 52

Cartex Mills #04446, Series: "1. War Labor Board, Region IV, 1943-1945." Folder 52

Folder 53

Central Franklin Process #04446, Series: "1. War Labor Board, Region IV, 1943-1945." Folder 53

Folder 54

Chattanooga Sash #04446, Series: "1. War Labor Board, Region IV, 1943-1945." Folder 54

Box 2-6

Box 2

Box 3

Box 4

Box 5

Box 6

War Labor Board, Region IV #04446, Series: "1. War Labor Board, Region IV, 1943-1945." Box 2-6

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About 3500 items.

Exhibits, dockets, adjustments, and awards concerning disputes, arbitrated by Paul Guthrie, between management and unions of railroad employees. Most of this material is arranged by company, then loosely by case. The remainder is unarranged.

Unions represented include Switchmen Union of North America, Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Enginemen, Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers, Order of Railroad Conductors and Brakemen, and Brotherhood of Railway and Steamship Clerks. Railroads represented are principally those noted below.

Box 7

The Central Railroad Company of New Jersey/Jersey Central Lines #04446, Series: "2. Railroad Industry, 1951-1963." Box 7

Box 8

The Florida East Coast Railway Company, and the Donora Southern Railroad Company #04446, Series: "2. Railroad Industry, 1951-1963." Box 8

Box 9

Central Georgia Railroad Company #04446, Series: "2. Railroad Industry, 1951-1963." Box 9

Box 10

Central Georgia Railroad Company, Southern Railway System, Savannah and Atlanta Railway Company, Georgia Southern and Florida Railway Company, the Alabama Great Southern Railway Company, New Orleans and Northeastern Railroad Company, the New Orleans Terminal Company, and Lehigh and New England Railroad Company #04446, Series: "2. Railroad Industry, 1951-1963." Box 10

Box 11

Eastern, Western, and Southeastern Carriers (including Southern Pacific Company), and Lehigh and New England Railroad Company #04446, Series: "2. Railroad Industry, 1951-1963." Box 11

Box 12

Southern Pacific Company, Pennsylvania Railroad Company, and various Canadian lines #04446, Series: "2. Railroad Industry, 1951-1963." Box 12

Box 13

The Cincinnati, New Orleans, and Texas Pacific Railway Company #04446, Series: "2. Railroad Industry, 1951-1963." Box 13

Box 14

Various railroad arbitration documents and correspondence #04446, Series: "2. Railroad Industry, 1951-1963." Box 14

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About 1800 items.

Arrangement: alphabetical by company.

Transcripts of hearings, exhibits, briefs, decisions, drafts of opinions, correspondence, and notes relating to disputes between various airlines and labor organizations.

Box 15

Airlift International; American Airlines; Capital Airlines #04446, Series: "3. Airline Industry, 1952-1972 (bulk 1957-1965)." Box 15

Box 16

Capitol Airlines; Caribbean Atlantic Airlines; Eastern Airlines, general #04446, Series: "3. Airline Industry, 1952-1972 (bulk 1957-1965)." Box 16

Box 17

Eastern Airlines, general; Eastern, United, Seaboard, and Aircraft Mechanics Fraternal Association dispute #04446, Series: "3. Airline Industry, 1952-1972 (bulk 1957-1965)." Box 17

Box 18

Fraternal Association dispute #04446, Series: "3. Airline Industry, 1952-1972 (bulk 1957-1965)." Box 18

Box 19

Eastern Airlines and Flight Engineers International Association dispute (Emergency Board #144) #04446, Series: "3. Airline Industry, 1952-1972 (bulk 1957-1965)." Box 19

Box 20-23

Box 20

Box 21

Box 22

Box 23

Eastern, TWA, United, Northwest, Northeast, Capitol, and National and International Association of Machinists dispute (Emergency Board #122) #04446, Series: "3. Airline Industry, 1952-1972 (bulk 1957-1965)." Box 20-23

Box 24

National Airlines; Nortwest; Pan American World Airways #04446, Series: "3. Airline Industry, 1952-1972 (bulk 1957-1965)." Box 24

Box 25

Pan Am #04446, Series: "3. Airline Industry, 1952-1972 (bulk 1957-1965)." Box 25

Box 26

Pan Am; Riddle Airlines; Southern Airlines #04446, Series: "3. Airline Industry, 1952-1972 (bulk 1957-1965)." Box 26

Box 27

Southern Airways; Miscellaneous Papers #04446, Series: "3. Airline Industry, 1952-1972 (bulk 1957-1965)." Box 27

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About 250 items.

Arrangement: alphabetical by company.

Exhibits, transcripts of hearings, notes, correspondence, reports, and other material. Companies included are Carolina Telephone and Telegraph, Central Telephone Company, Collins Radio Company, Electronic Communication, Inc., General Telephone Company of Kentucky, Heavi Duty Electric Company, Southern Bell, Southwestwern Bell, Western Electric, Western Union, and miscellaneous telephone companies.

Box 28-30

Box 28

Box 29

Box 30

Telecommunications Industry #04446, Series: "4. Telecommunications Industry, 1962-1973." Box 28-30

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About 125 items.

Arrangement: alphabetical by company.

Exhibits, transcripts of hearings, notes, correspondence, reports, and other material. Companies included are Alabama Power Company, Applalachian Power Company, AVCO Corporation, CTS of Asheville, Inc., General Electric, Tennessee Valley Authority, Virginia Electrical and Power Company, and Westinghouse Electric Company.

Box 31-33

Box 31

Box 32

Box 33

Electric Industry #04446, Series: "5. Electric Industry, 1958-1969." Box 31-33

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About 2400 items.

Arrangement: alphabetical by company.

Exhibits, transcripts of hearings, notes, correspondence, reports, and other material. Companies represented are Aleo Manufacturing Company, American Enka Company, Bemis Brothers Bag Company, Borden Manufacturing Company, Brookford Mills, Caledonia Mills, Celanese Fibers Company, Chatham Mills, Clifton Manufacturing Company, Cone Mills, Consolidated Textile Company, Inc., Craddock Terry Shoe Corporation, Erwin Mills, Inc., Fieldcrest Mills, Hampton Mills of Virginia, Henderson Cotton Mills, Highland Cotton Mills, Kendall Company, Pacific Mills, Puritan Mills, Royle and Pilkington Company, Sayles Biltmore Bleacheries, Inc., Spartan Mills, Spray Cotton Mills, Startes Mills, and Tri State Container Corporation.

Box 34-36

Box 34

Box 35

Box 36

Textile Industry #04446, Series: "6. Textile Industry, 1952-1974." Box 34-36

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About 860 items.

Arrangement: alphabetical by company.

Exhibits, transcripts of hearings, notes, correspondence, reports, and other material documenting Guthrie's role as a labor arbitrator in various industries.

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About 30 items.

Arrangement: alphabetical by company.

Companies included are Allied Chemical Company, American Zinc Company, Can Chemical Company, American Cyanamid Company, Hercules Powder Company, International Minerals and Chemical Corporation, and Witco Chemical Company.

Box 41

Chemical Industry #04446, Subseries: "8.1. Chemical Industry, 1959-1970." Box 41

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 8.2. Machinery and Related Industries, 1954-1975.

About 125 items.

Arrangement: alphabetical by company.

Companies included are American Cyanamid Company, ARCO, Inc., Arnold Air Force Station, AVCO Corporation, Combustion Engineering Company, Black Diamond Enterprises, General Motors, Georgia Kraft Company, Limitorque Corporation, Lockheed Georgia Corporation, Monroe International, Wright Machinery Company, and Texas Instruments Corporation.

Box 42

Machinery and Related Industries #04446, Subseries: "8.2. Machinery and Related Industries, 1954-1975." Box 42

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 8.3. Mineral Industry, 1955-1968.

About 35 items.

Arrangement: alphabetical by company.

Companies included are Armstrong Cork Company, Celanese Fibers Company, Crane Company, the Mead Corporation, F. S. Royster Guano Company, Virginia Chemical Company, and Woodward Iron Company.

Box 42

Mineral Industry #04446, Subseries: "8.3. Mineral Industry, 1955-1968." Box 42

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About 50 items.

Arrangement: alphabetical by company.

Companies included are Atlanta Newspapers, Inc., Newspaper Printing Corporation, Norfolk Newspapers, Inc., News and Observer (Raleigh, N.C.), and Southeastern Newspapers Corporation.

Box 43

Newspaper Industry #04446, Subseries: "8.4. Newspaper Industry, 1962-1970." Box 43

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About 35 items.

Arrangement: alphabetical by company.

Companies included are American Oil Company, General Chemical Company, Hercules, Inc., Piedmont Natural Gas, Texaco, Inc., and United Fuel Gas Company.

Box 44

Petroleum Industry #04446, Subseries: "8.5. Petroleum Industry, 1955-1971." Box 44

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About 500 items.

Arrangement: alphabetical by company.

Companies included are Albemarle Paper Manufacturing Company, Bird and Son, Inc., Bowaters Southern Paper Company, Champion Paper Company, Chesapeake Corporation, Eastex Packaging, Inc., Gulf States, Hercules, Inc., Hudson Pulp and Paper, Ideal Corrugated Box Company, International Paper Company, Johns Manville Products Corporation, Kraft Bag Corporation, Mead Corporation, North Carolina Pulp and Paper, Rayonier Incorporated, Riegal Paper Corporation, Southern Paperboard Corporation, West Virginia Pulp and Paper, and Weyerhauser Company.

Box 44-45

Box 44

Box 45

Paper Industry #04446, Subseries: "8.6. Paper Industry, 1947-1971." Box 44-45

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About 350 items.

Arrangement: alphabetical by company.

Companies included are Air Reduction Sales Company, Atkins Saw Division of Nicholson File Company, Bristol Iron and Steel Works, Chattanooga Coke and Chemicals, Climatrol Industries, Inc., Dave Steel Company, Grinnell Corporation, International Nickel Company, Kentucky Electronics, McGraw Edison Company, Mueller Company, Pasco Steel Corporation, Reynolds Metals Company, Robertshaw Fulton Controls Company, Roanoke Iron and Bridge Works, Stokely Vancamp, Inc., Tennala Pipe Company, Tennessee Coal and Iron Division of United States Steel Corporation, Wheland Foundery, and Yale and Towne, Inc.

Box 45-46

Box 45

Box 46

Steel Industry #04446, Subseries: "8.7. Steel Industry, 1956-1974." Box 45-46

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 8.8. Transportation Industry, 1954-1971.

About 200 items.

Arrangement: alphabetical by company.

Companies included are A. G. Boone Company, Atlantic and Pacific Tea Company, Automatic Sprinkler Corporation, Blue Ridge Transfer Company, Carolina Coach Arbitration, Chattanooga Transfer and Warehousemen's Association, Charlotte City Coach Lines, Inc., Enterprise Wheel and Car Corporation, General American Transportation Corporation, Greyhound, Johns Rogers Engine Rebuilders, Mack Truck, Smith's Transfer Corporation, and Sealtest Foods.

Box 47

Transportation Industry #04446, Subseries: "8.8. Transportation Industry, 1954-1971." Box 47

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About 400 items.

Arrangement: alphabetical by company.

Companies included are ACME Boot Company, Inc., Aladdin Industries, American Timber Company, American Tobacco Company, Babcock and Wilcox Company, Ball Corporation, Borg Warner Corporation, Brunswick Corporation, Cannon, Inc., Colonial Stores, Continental Can Corporation, Empire Furniture Company, Fruehauf Trailer, A. P. Juillard and Company, Inc., Kroger Company, Magnavox Company of Tennessee, Masonite Corporation, U. S. Navy Public Works Center, North American Rockwell Corporation, Owens-Illinois, Inc., Pittsburg Plate Glass Company, Puerto Rico Paper Industry, Puerto Rico Rubber Industry, Pulaski Rubber Company, RCA Service Company, Rich's Company, Reynold Metals Company, John B. Salterine Company, Star Band Company, Inc., Supak and Sons Manufacturing Corporation, Tamiami Trail Tours, Ward Baking Company, and Watson Seafood and Poultry Company.

Box 48-49

Box 48

Box 49

Miscellaneous Companies #04446, Subseries: "8.9. Miscellaneous Companies, 1956-1971." Box 48-49

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 8.10. Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1952-1968.

About 35 items.

Arrangement: chronological.

Correspondence between Guthrie and various companies and unions related to labor management disputes.

Box 49

Miscellaneous Correspondence #04446, Subseries: "8.10. Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1952-1968." Box 49

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About 100 items.

Personal and professional correspondence, financial material, and other items that relate to Guthrie's work as an arbitrator, but do not pertain to specific labor disputes.

Box 50

Other Material #04446, Series: "9. Other Material, 1952-1964." Box 50

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Processing Information

Processed by: Southern Historical Collection staff, May 1986

Encoded by: Joseph Nicholson, February 2006

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