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Organization: American Federation of Labor, Congress of Industrial Organization (AFL-CIO)
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Papers of John F. Kennedy. Pre-Presidential Papers. Presidential Campaign Files, 1960(9)
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Records 1955-1968. Labor Union. Microfilm copies of press releases and records relating to legislation, relations with the Federal Government, and international affairs including John F. Kennedy’s related legislation and official correspondence.
Photographs, 1960 to 1963, black-and-white prints. Images made by Newsweek magazine photographers featuring John F. Kennedy at events during the 1960 presidential campaign and during his presidency. Members of Kennedy family, administrative officials, and foreign and domestic dignitaries also appear.
Biemiller discusses John F. Kennedy’s record on labor legislation as a senator and labor union sentiment during the 1960 presidential primaries, among other issues.
Biemiller discusses the Kennedy and Johnson administrations’ legislative records, particularly on labor issues; specific issues and pieces of legislation; civil rights; and the labor movement’s relationship with the Kennedy and Johnson administrations, among other issues.
Carey discusses the International Union of Electrical, Radio, and Machine Workers' (IUE) close relationship with John F. Kennedy (JFK) during his years in Congress and as president, and JFK’s interest in international labor matters, among other issues.
Green discusses RFK’s 1968 Presidential campaign in Oregon, Green’s role, campaign staff, strategies, finances, advertising, and media, among other issues.
This folder contains speeches made by Senator John F. Kennedy at conventions of the ALF-CIO (American Federation of Labor, Congress of Industrial Organizations) in California, Michigan, Nebraska, New York, and Oregon. Topics include legislation for unemployment insurance, the minimum wage, and care for the aged; effects of automation on the labor i...
This folder contains newspaper clippings, newsletters, an issue of the “Federation News” journal, and a copy of “The New Republic” magazine concerning labor, the 1960 presidential campaign, and the American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations’ (AFL-CIO) support of Senator John F. Kennedy’s campaign. Also included in this fo...
This folder contains copies of the Congressional Record containing a speech by Senator John F. Kennedy titled, “The Power of Labor for the Good of America,” discussing the history and legacy of labor in the United States. Within his speech the Senator requests the inclusion of the text of a pamphlet by George Meany, President of the AFL-CIO (Americ...
This folder contains correspondence between Senator John F. Kennedy; members of the Senator’s staff; and Dennis J. Roberts, former Governor of Rhode Island and a delegate to the 1960 Democratic National Convention, concerning labor groups in Rhode Island, including American Federation of Labor, Congress of Industrial Organization (AFL-CIO) unions.
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