Collection Summary

Creator: McCulloch, Frank W.
Title: The Papers of Frank W. McCulloch, 1971-1988
Accession: MSS 85-13
Description: 63 boxes; 34.5 linear feet
Location: This collection is stored offsite. Please contact Special Collections before your visit to ensure your papers are available.
Photograph Collection: View 1 digitized photographs
Digitized Content: 1 objects
Addenda

Collection Description & Arrangement

This collection of papers documents Frank McCulloch’s extracurricular work in the field of labor law since his retirement for the NLRB. The collection is divided in the four series. Series I, the largest group (boxes 1-46 and 63-70) contains the case files he has kept as a member of the Public Review Board of the United Auto Workers, 1971-1987. Series II is comprised of files which record his work as a member of the Virginia Commission of Public Employee Rights from 1972 to 1976, as well as the aid he gave the Virginia Education Association in its attempt to get collective bargaining powers in the early 70's. He has been a member of the Board of Directors of the Migrant Legal Action Program since 1971, and the Series III files concerning that program extend from 1971 to 1984. Finally in Series IV there are records dating from 1974 to 1983 regarding the Legal Services Corporation.

Biographical & Historical Information

Born in Evanston, Illinois, Frank Waugh McCulloch was the son of two lawyers, both of whom were active in civic and social causes. He attended Williams College, where he received his A.B. degree in 1926, and Harvard University, where he received his LL.B. in 1929. From 1930 to 1935 McCulloch worked by day for the Chicago firm of Sonnenschein, Berkson, Lautmann, Levinson & Morse, and in the evenings he did social settlement work in the Chicago Commons. From 1935 to 1946, he was the Industrial Relations Secretary for the Council for Social Action of the Congregational Christian Churches of America at its Chicago office. In 1940 was appointed director of the James Mullenbach Industrial Institute, a joint project of the Chicago Congregational Union and the Council for Social Action for which he worked until 1946. In addition, McCulloch was active in a great variety of organizations such as the Chicago Chapter of the League For Industrial Democracy, the North American Committee to Aid Spanish Democracy, the Union for Democratic Action, the Executive Committee of Americans for Democratic Action, the Conscientious Objector's Information and Service Bureau, the Chicago Workers Committee on Unemployment, the American Society for Cultural Relations with Russia, and the Mid-West Institute of International Relations.

In 1946 he became director of the Labor Education Division of Roosevelt University, a position he resigned in 1949 in order to become an administrative assistant to U.S. Senator Paul H. Douglas of Illinois. He held this post until President John F. Kennedy appointed him Chairman of the National Labor Relations Board in 1961, and Lyndon B. Johnson reappointed him to a second term. A firm believer in industrial democracy, McCulloch remained in his position at the NLRB for ten years and then joined the law faculty at the University of Virginia. His courses included Labor Law and Labor Law in Action. From 1971 to 1988 he served on the Public Review Board of the United Auto Workers. In 1972 he became a member of the Virginia Commission on Public Employee Rights, serving for four years. In 1974 he was appointed to succeed former Supreme Court Chief Justice Earl Warren on the Committee of Experts of the International Labor Organization, a United Nations agency, where he served until 1985. For ten years, starting in 1977, he was a member of the Albemarle County Industrial Development Authority. He died in 1996.

Acquisition Information

Date Received 1985
Donor Information This collection was given to the Law School by Frank W. McCulloch in June of 1985.

Content List

Series I:  Public Review Board of the U. A. W

Box 1:

  • 1969, #190:  Hopkins--appeals processing of grievance and disposition of charges
  • 1973-74, #290:  Coleman--election complaint
  • 1972, #293:  Riley--election complaint
  • 1971-73, #294:  Beck--election complaint
  • 1972-73, #295:  Dietrich--charges local president with constitution violation
  • 1972, #299:  Tanzella--transcript of appeal hearing re two grievances
  • 1973-74, #301:  Nickell--appeals handling of grievance re termination
  • 1973-74, #313:  Liddell--challenges action of the International Executive Board [IEB] declaring ratified a collective bargaining agreement rejected by skilled trades workers as in contravention of the constitution

Box 2:

  • 1974-76, #322:  Badura --appeals settlement of grievance protesting discharge [3 folders]
  • 1974, #328:  DeLorenzo--appeals termination as International representative
  • 1973-74, #330:  Folts and Boyle--appeals two-year suspension of membership
  • 1974, #349:  Dawkins--transcript of appeal hearing re grievance concerning a transfer
  • 1974-75, #350:  Myers--appeals Local decision to deny reimbursement for mileage to Union meetings
  • 1975, #361:  Ferrar--appeals grievance with staff council
  • 1977, #363:  Williams--whether member properly pursued his intra-union remedy
  • 1975, #367:  Johns--dispute concerning membership as well as proper forum for appeal
  • 1975-76, #369:  Mey and Fulton--appeals denial of election protest

Box 3:

  • 1975-77, #370:  Short --election complaint [2 folders]
  • 1975-76, #373:  Gonzalez--appeals IEB decision to remove G from position as committeeman
  • 1970, #374:  White, Larry --appeals decision re challenge of legality of seniority agreement [2 folders]
  • 1976-78, #376:  Jackson and Pettigrew--ethical practices complaint
  • 1975-76, #377 & 378:  Hughey, Greenleaf and Del Vecchio--election complaint
  • 1976, #379:  Sparks--election complaint
  • 1975-76, #380:  Sims--election protest

Box 4:

  • 1976-77, #381:  Kibler--challenges withdrawal and settlement of several grievances
  • 1976-77, #382:  Tanzella--appeals several grievances
  • 1976-77, #383:  Callaway --appeals rejection of claim that contract between North American Rockwell and UAW violated Union constitution [2 folders]
  • 1975-76, #384:  Derryberry--election complaint
  • 1976-77, #385:  Boyle--appeals conviction on charges of conduct unbecoming a Union member [see also #330]
  • 1975-76, #386:  Davis, Basil--appeals decision re his charges against another member
  • 1976, #387:  Fisher--challenges Local procedure used to formulate collective bargaining

Box 5:

  • 1975-76, #388:  Reid--election complain
  • 1975-76, #389:  Strong--appeals dismissal of her charges against another member
  • 1975-77, #390:  Northrup--appeals removal as health and safety representative and rejection of his charges against Union officers
  • 1974-75, #391:  Jongeling--appeals rejection of claim that Local negotiation of new classification discriminated against him
  • 1976-77, #392:  Bench--election complaint
  • 1975-76, #393:  Thomas--election protest
  • 1976, #394:  Smith--appeals IEB's refusal to allow him simultaneous membership in two locals and challenges action requiring him to verify earnings
  • 1975-76, #395:  Rea--appeals withdrawal of grievances re disciplinary layoff
  • 1975-76, #396:  Stevens--appeals rejection of claim that S was improperly barred from candidacy for union position
  • 1975-76, #397:  Sponder--appeals conviction for conduct unbecoming a Union member, i.e. working overtime during a membership meeting

Box 6:

  • 1976, #398:  Anthony--appeals disqualification from candidacy for Local committee
  • 1975-76, #399:  Shalaway--election protest
  • 1975-76, #400:  Hedrick--appeals charges of misconduct
  • 1976, #401:  Theriot--election protest
  • 1976, #402:  Bannier--appeals chargers of misconduct
  • 1974-77, #404:  Coleman--appeals withdrawal of grievance protesting discharge
  • 1975-76, #405:  Gallagher--appeals decision regarding charges G brought against a Local officer
  • 1975-77, #406:  Piper--challenges his removal from position as Local insurance representative

Box 7:

  • 1975-77, #407:  Thompson-- election complaint
  • 1976-77, #409:  Morris--challenges his collective bargaining agreement re overtime and the resulting impact on his union dues
  • 1974-79, #408:  Stogner--ethical practices complaint
  • 1976-77, #410:  Appeal of Local 658, U.A.W.--jurisdictional dispute with another Local
  • 1976-77, #411:  Maskey--appeals refusal to arbitrate grievance re reclassification
  • 1975-76, #412:  Pullman--appeals withdrawal of grievance re discharge [3 folders]
  • 1976-77, #414:  Valdiserri--appeals decision that charges of misappropriation of funds V brought against Local president were improper under constitution

Box 8:

  • 1975-77, #415:  Bennett--appeals denial of grievance re temporary layoffs
  • 1975-77, #416:  Sims--appeals decision re S's receiving unauthorized funds from Local [2 folders]
  • 1976-77, #417:  Golias--appeals misconduct charges
  • 1976-77, #418:  Sosnowski--ethical practices complaint
  • 1976-77, #419:  Balicki--challenges decision that charges brought against Local president were improper under constitution
  • 1976-77, #420:  Linamen--appeals decision re L's removal as committeeman
  • 1976-77, #421:  Miller--contests ruling that charges brought against Local officials were improper under constitution
  • 1976-77, #422:  Sparks--challenges vote of Local membership to stop monthly payments to retirees' chapter
  • 1976-77, #423:  Berard--challenges decision that charges brought against Local officer were improper under constitution 

Box 9:

  • 1977-78, #424:  Sosnowski--appeals finding that charges he brought against a committee chairman were improper under constitution
  • 1976-77, #425:  Arcaro--appeals decision to set aside his charges against a committeeman
  • 1975-77, #426:  Mosley--appeals handling of his discharge grievance
  • 1971-78, #427:  Lenz--appeals decision of Local to press grievance re promotion
  • 1976-77, #428:  Rink--appeals decision re discharge grievance
  • 1976-77, #429:  Moreland--contests finding that charges brought by M against Local officers violated constitution
  • 1976-77, #430:  Kibler--challenges decisions re withdrawal and settlements of his 13 grievances
  • 1976-77, #431:  Murray--ethical practices complaint
  • 1977, #432:  Gammon--challenges constitutionality of procedure for voting on new agreement with management
  • 1977, #433:  Valdiserri--appeals decision of IEB that charges brought against Local officer need not go before a trial committee

Box 10:

  • 1977, #434:  Spain--protests election [2 folders]
  • 1976-77, #435:  Forte--election complaint
  • 1977-78, #436:  Fugett--appeals decision not to arbitrate discharge grievance
  • 1977, #437:  Koren--appeals settlement of grievance alleging improper layoff
  • 1971-78, #438:  Cach--appeals settlement of layoff grievance
  • 1977-78, #439:  Billock and Williams--protests withdrawal of grievance re 30 layoffs
  • 1977-78, #440:  Sparks--appeals decision that charges filed against Local chairman were improper under constitution

Box 11:

  • 1977-78, #441:  Scott--election complaint [2 folders]
  • 1977-78, #442:  Davis--protests withdrawal of grievance
  • 1077-78, #443:  Wilson--appeals withdrawal of grievance
  • 1977-78, #444:  Basoa--contests decision that retired members be allowed to vote in elections
  • 1973-78, #445:  Gagnon--election protest
  • 1976-77, #446:  Schafke--appeals withdrawal of grievance
  • 1975-77, #447:  Roberts--appeals decision that charges brought against R by fellow members were proper for trial proceedings under constitution
  • 1977-78, #448:  Executive Board, Local 230 and Abernathy and Jimenez--appeals decision that charges brought by board against an officer were constitutionally insufficient

Box 12:

  • 1977-79, #449:  G.M. Unit of Local 222 v. Local 222, U.A.W.--appeals decision to withdraw Local's policy grievance from arbitration [2 folders]
  • 1976-79, #450:  Turner--challenges finding that charges filed against executive board members were constitutionally defective
  • 1977-78, #451:  Toth--challenges dismissal of his charges against Local officers
  • 1977-78, #452:  Brown--challenges Local's interpretation of bylaws re eligibility for office
  • 1977-78, #453:  Hughey--appeals decision that charges brought against fellow board member did not merit trial proceedings
  • 1977-78, #454:  Laughery--challenges ruling that a local trial committee's verdict cannot be appealed [2 folders]

Box 13:

  • 1978, #455:  Petts--challenges ruling that charges brought against Local chairman were improper under constitution
  • 1977-78, #456:  Lanane--appeals rejection of election irregularity claims
  • 1978, #457:  Goforth and Rush--ethical practices complaint
  • 1977-78, #458:  Slomeana and Haverkate--challenge dismissal of misconduct charges filed against Local officers
  • 1978, #459:  Leslie--challenges ruling regarding membership's action to increase convention expense allowance
  • 1978, #460:  Toth--ethical practices complaint
  • 1975-79, #461:  Mingo--appeals decision of membership to expel him for unbecoming conduct [2 folders]

Box 14:

  • 1978-79, #462:  Mc Gill--appeals withdrawal of grievance re discharge
  • 1977-79, #463:  Adams--appeals withdrawal of grievance re discharge
  • 1976-80, #464:  Kerik--challenges action of Local president sending substitute slate of delegates to council meeting
  • 1979, #465:  Mc Cue--appeals dismissal of charges against Local president
  • 1978-80, #466:  Mc Cue--challenges Local election
  • 1978-79, #467:  Jones--election protest
  • 1978-80, #468:  Post--election challenge
  • 1978-79, #469:  Faggiolo, Shank and Wright--election protest
  • 1978-80, #470:  Local 248 v. International Union, U.A.W.--claims members were denied strike benefits

Box 15:

  • 1979, #471:  Shanklin--election protests
  • 1978-79, #472:  Donovan--election protest
  • 1978-79, #473:  Chra--ethical practices complaint
  • 1977-79, #474:  Segal--appeals handling of his grievance re discharge
  • 1978-80, #475:  Bergez--seeks judgment re withdrawal of grievance concerning termination
  • 1975-79, #476:  Gregory--election protest

Box 16:

  • 1979, #477:  Ferrell--Local member claims layoff priorites were negotiated by International in violation of constitution
  • 1979, #478:  Taylor--question of timely appeal
  • 1978-80, #479:  Conrow--appeals settlement of grievance re recall rights
  • 1979, #480:  Garrison--appeals withdrawal of grievance re upgrading less senior employee
  • 1979, #481:  Laughery, Daum and Thiele--allege unfair election practice
  • 1978-81, #482:  Webster--questions extension of terms of offices for committeemen and stewards, and claims his removal from committee chair was unlawful
  • 1978-80, #484:  Marinko--appeals withdrawal of grievance in protest of non-bargaining unit personnel operating certain vehicles
  • 1979-80, #485 and 501:  Wilson, Nels--ethical practices complaint and claim of rights violations
  • 1978-79, #486:  Stare--appeals denial of back pay for lost time while on Union business

Box 17:

  • 1978-79, #487:  Valdiserri --appeals decision by leadership not to enforce penalties voted by local membership in misappropriations case [2 folders]
  • 1978-79, #488:  Makara--election appeal
  • 1975-80, #489:  Wallace--election protest
  • 1978-80, #490:  Burke--appeals dismissal for failure to report for work
  • 1979-80, #491:  Koma--appeals withdrawal of grievances stemming from his disciplinary leave and eventual dismissal
  • 1978-80, #492:  Jenkins--appeals withdrawal of grievances stemming from his disciplinary layoff
  • 1978-79, #493:  Wagoner--appeals withdrawal of grievance stemming from layoff
  • 1978-80, #494:  Vance--election appeal
  • 1980, #495:  Poole--seeks review of settlement in jurisdictional dispute
  • 1979-80, #496:  Vance--protests removal as alternate committeeman

Box 18:

  • 1979, #497:  Creno--appeals union dismissal of grievance
  • 1979-80, #498:  Sosnowski--challenges local nullification of election for skilled trades delegate
  • 1979-80, #499:  Bergernon--seeks dismissal of charges against him for conduct unbecoming a union member, involving his photocopying and distribution of another employee's timecard
  • 1979-80, #500:  Balicki--charges local officials with misuse of funds
  • 1978-80, #501:  Wilson--charges denial of freedom of speech and right to participate in democratic decisions of the union
  • 1979-80, #502:  De Cluett--charges discrimination by local officials in the withdrawal of his grievance regarding overtime
  • 1979-80, #503:  Trapene --allege violation of Ethical Practices Codes by local union regarding an agreement which divested appellants of re-employment rights [2 folders]
  • 1980-81, #504:  Corrigan--appeals local's decision to dismiss charges he filed on grounds of untimeliness
  • 1980, #505:  McCue--charges that local president acted improperly in settling overtime grievance

Box 19:

  • 1979-82, #506:  St. Hilaire --appeals disciplinary action taken over attempts to change shifts [2 folders]
  • 1979-80, #507:  Pobanz--appeals withdrawal of grievance regarding his dismissal, which he maintains was due to his medical problems
  • 1979-80, #508:  Schmidt--charges officials responsible for his dismissal with improprieties
  • 1977-80, #509:  Local 412, unit 24 --unit appeals that local made a settlement with Chrysler without its consent and adverse to its interests [4 folders] 

Box 20:

  • 1979-80, #510:  Hadley--appeals withdrawal of grievance for dismissal; he allegedly threatened supervisor
  • 1979-80, #511:  Darling--appeal of ratification vote
  • 1979-81, #512:  Crum--appeal of disciplinary layoff
  • 1980-81, #513:  Tanzella --election appeal [2 folders]
  • 1978-80, #514:  Bott--challenges decision by International to withdraw her grievance over dismissal
  • 1980, #515:  Salisbury--election appeal
  • 1980, #516:  Statuti--election appeal
  • 1979-80, #517:  Scariot--protests his removal as health and safety representative for local
  • 1979-80, #518:  Bynum--election appeal

Box 21:

  • 1980-81, #519:  McCue--claims he should be reimbursed for pay lost through change in overtime policy which local president approved, allegedly without authorization from members
  • 1980, #520:  Lawson--protests withdrawal of grievance over dismissal
  • 1974-81, #521:  Duarte--appeals his removal as benefit plans representative of local
  • 1979-80, #522:  Schriber--charges that another union member, whom he assaulted at a meeting, violated regulations by also filing a criminal complaint
  • 1979-81, #523:  Rivas--protests reprimand given him by union over allegation that he informed foreman that another employee was punching other employees' timecards for them
  • 1979-80, #524:  Allen--appeals withdrawal of his dismissal grievance by international; he had allegedly sabotaged the assembly line
  • 1979-80, #525:  Dew--appeals union's handling of his dismissal grievance; he was dismissed for returning late from lunch, and claims he should not have been classified as a probationary employee
  • 1980, #526:  Acker--alleges improper handling of his grievances, mostly related to how much work he was expected to complete in a day

Box 22:

  • 1977-80, #527:  McCreesh--complains of refusal to pursue grievance protesting the award of an upgrade job to a fellow employee
  • 1979-80, #528:  Guard--appeals withdrawal of grievance over his dismissal; he lost job due to refusal to perform assignments, absenteeism
  • 1980-81, #529:  Cehaich--appellant charges local's Design Staff Unit chairman with neglect of duties for failing to hold monthly meetings
  • 1979-80, #530:  Tanzella--election dispute
  • 1979-81, #531:  Stelmack--appellant, discharged for stealing company property, appeals dismissal of his grievance
  • 1978-81, #532:  Burgmayer--appeals withdrawal of grievance; he was given a disciplinary layoff for refusal to perform an assignment
  • 1980, #533:  Richardson--seeks to bypass local and international jurisdiction in making his ethical practices complaint regarding his suspension from local office; notes that he was the only local official suspended, and he was also the only black local official
  • 1978-81, #534:  Lazaros--appeals settling of his grievance; he was discharged for threatening to kill a fellow employee
  • 1980-81, #535:  Dillion--redistricting complaint

Box 23:

  • 1979-81, #536:  Coubat--appeals decision not to arbitrate grievance; he was discharged for failure to follow instructions
  • 1980-81, #537:  Bruening--protests hiring of new employees while he was laid off
  • 1980-81, #538:  Howe--appeals disposition of grievance regarding reduction of his paycheck for alleged absence from his work station
  • 1980-81, #539:  Local Union 1520--seeks reimbursement from International for expenses incurred in strike
  • 1979-81, #540:  Zajaczkowski--appeals his layoff and allegedly improper transfer
  • 1980-81, #541:  Balicki--shift employees appeal that they were denied the representation of a chief steward
  • 1980-81, #542:  Brown--appellant charges that International improperly withdrew his grievance; he was denied seniority
  • 1980-81, #543:  Lowe--election protest
  • 1980-83, #544:  Toth--maintains that local union has set quorum requirements too high

Box 24:

  • 1977-82, #545:  Ethical Practices complaint of Frank Toth--charges local officials with spending union funds without authorization
  • 1979-82, #546:  Brown--charges International representative with making an unauthorized decision regarding health and welfare improvements
  • 1973-82, #547:  Gibbs--election dispute
  • 1981, #548:  Wirth--alleges local officials made false and malicious statements about him
  • 1971-81, #549:  Resnick --alleges improper handling of grievance; he was discharged for failure to report to work by a specific deadline, and claims local officials were biased against him for political reasons [2 folders]
  • 1978-81, #550:  Fletcher--appeals withdrawal of dismissal appeal; company discharged him for habitual tardiness

Box 25:

  • 1979-81, #551:  Gardner--charges improper handling of grievance; he was discharged for allegedly attempting to strike a supervisor
  • 1976-81, #552:  Smith--protests withdrawal of grievance; he was discharged for failure to report to work after expiration of sick leave
  • 1979-83, #553:  Wirth--protests that trial in which he was removed as local vice-president was unfair
  • 1977-82, #554:  Toth--charges several local officials with dereliction of duties
  • 1979-81, #555:  White--alleges his grievance was improperly withdrawn; he was discharged for fighting with his foreman
  • 1979-82, #556:  Burden--appeals his removal from local committee
  • 1980-82, #557:  Heams--election protest
  • 1978-81, #558:  Hade--charges that International's wrongful refusal to issue a journeyman's card caused him to be laid off

Box 26:

  • 1980-81, #559:  Laney--alleges that he and others were denied the right to free speech
  • 1979-82, #560:  Tyree--argues that local should have pursued his grievance; he was discharged as physically incapable of performing his job
  • 1975-82, #561:  Tanzella--claims local ought to reimburse him for two days lost wages when he was acting as local president
  • 1981, #562:  Fields--appeals withdrawal of his grievance; new employees were allegedly hired while he was laid off
  • 1980-81, #563:  Beck--protests refusal to arbitrate his grievance; he was suspended for leaving his work station without authorization
  • 1978-82, #564:  Harrell--protests refusal to arbitrate his grievance; he was discharged for excessive absence
  • 1981-82, #565:  Local Union 699--appeals International Executive Board's actions regarding appeal of Rilous Perkins
  • 1978-81, #566:  Kilber--alleges improper handling of his grievance; claimed that company restrained him from performing his duties as a union steward
  • 1979-82, #567:  Broder--charges his grievance was improperly withdrawn; he was suspended for allegedly attempting to run over his supervisor with a truck

Box 27:

  • 1980-82, #568:  Guncsaga--protests withdrawal of grievance; he had charged that his recall rights had been ignored
  • 1981-82, #569:  Jenkins--protests union's refusal to arbitrate grievance; he was suspended by Caterpillar for breaking the lock on a toolbox
  • 1980-82, #570:  Keener--charges grievance was improperly withdrawn; he had been discharged for assaulting his supervisor
  • 1981-82, #571:  Wiitenen--protests withdrawal of grievance; he was discharged for striking his supervisor
  • 1979-82, #572:  Janicki--claims grievance was improperly processed; company officials had allegedly overlooked his seniority in his application for a transfer
  • 1982, #573:  Slawienski--election appeal
  • 1981-82, #574:  Seal--election dispute
  • 1979-82, #576:  Marzac--multiple appelants charge that management violated collective bargaining agreement in hiring a group of journeymen
  • 1980-83, #577:  Garrone--protests his removal as shop committeeman-at-large
  • 1979-83, #578:  Schmidt--protests withdrawal of grievance; he was discharged for taking tools home while unable to work due to injury

Box 28:

  • 1979-82, #579:  Head--appeals withdrawal of grievance; he was demoted for inability to perform at a higher job classification
  • 1979-82, #580:  Cox--protests withdrawal of grievance; layoff/seniority case
  • 1981-82, #581:  Local 145 v. International Executive Board--local appeals against international's decision to overturn local bylaw amendments
  • 1980, #582:  Delia--appeal of local trial committee's decision removing him as local president for misappropriation of funds
  • 1983, #583:  Schrade --appeal of UAW's decision to resume affiliation with the AFL-CIO
  • 1981-82, #584:  Leflore--election complaint [3 folders]

Box 29:

  • 1978-82, #585:  James--protests withdrawal of his grievance; he was terminated for sleeping on the job
  • 1981-82, #586:  Ramey --election appeal [2 folders]
  • 1968-82, #587:  Young--appeals withdrawal of grievance; he was terminated for failing to report to work within five days of expiration of medical leave
  • 1982, #588:  Stucker--challenges local's decision not to file a grievance over his layoff
  • 1981-82, #589:  Bagwell--appeal of local's decision to repeat election, although Bagwell won second election as well
  • 1977-82, #590:  Frank--appeal of decision not to process fully the grievance of painters' craft that application of whitener to grout should have been done by painters and not sweepers
  • 1981-82, #591:  Nestorak--appeal by electricians' craft of decision made in work classification dispute by the National Skilled Trades Department 

Box 30:

  • 1978-82, #592:  Krajewski--protests withdrawal of grievance; he was discharged for punching other employees' timecards
  • 1982, #593:  Local Union 1200 v. International Executive Board--local appeals an administratorship imposed on it by the International Executive Board
  • 1981-83, #594:  Griffiths and Johnson --two appeals of one election [2 folders]
  • 1981-83, #595:  Local Union 72 v. International Union--appeal of ratification vote
  • 1981-82, #596:  Brandrow and Turoski--protests withrawal of grievance; appellants were laid off and allegedly not informed by company that they could take jobs in a lower classification

Box 31:

  • 1980-82, #597:  Campbell--appeals withdrawal of grievance; he was terminated for allegedly assaulting his supervisor
  • 1973-82, #598:  Rousseau--appeals decision by local to appease a senior employee by removing Rousseau from the skilled trades classification
  • 1973-82, #599:  Kollar--protests handling of his layoff grievance by local and international officials
  • 1980, #600:  Wirth--seeks reimbursement for attorney's fees stemming from his trial by local union on charges of conduct unbecoming a union member
  • 1979-83, #601:  Grubba--multiple appellants charge that UAW Chrysler Department violated their rights when it demanded that the company rescind "add-on compensation" awarded for critical skilled work
  • 1982-83, #602:  Jones--appeals dismissal of numerous charges which he pressed against local officials
  • 1982-83, #603:  Amman and Linton--charges president of local retired workers' chapter with conduct unbecoming a union member for his handling of an election
  • 1982-83, #604:  Taylor --claims compensation for two days he was acting local president [2 folders]

Box 32:

  • 1981-83, #605:  Burgwald--multiple appellants protest local's handling of their grievance regarding layoff-related transfers
  • 1981-83, #606:  Cameron--challenges the composition of a local unit bargaining committee
  • 1982-83, #607:  Thompson--protests imposition of an administratorship on local
  • 1977-83, #608:  Manford--challenges withdrawal of grievance over back pay
  • 1979-83, #609:  Dorash--election dispute involving alleged misuse of local union newspaper
  • 1981-83, #610:  Burns--election appeal
  • 1983, #611:  Conway--election dispute involving absentee ballots
  • 1982-83, #612:  Farrar--protests the dismissal of charges filed by him against local president for failure to enforce local bylaws and for improperly removing Farrar as chairman of the bylaws committee
  • 1982-83, #613:  Jones--election appeal
  • 1982-83, #614:  Kelsey--challenges propriety of article appearing in local union newspaper
  • 1982-83, #615:  Mullins--concerns timeliness of charges made by appellant against another union member

Box 33:

  • 1976-84, #616:  Berry and Berry--charge that local seniority agreement discriminates against tool machine operators
  • 1982-83, #617:  Farrar, Gromacki and Martin--appeal dismissal of charges they filed against local president for allowing items criticizing them to be published in the local union newspaper
  • 1981-83, #619:  Coffey--appeals withdrawal of grievance; he was dismissed for allegedly stealing company property
  • 1980-83, #620:  Solano--protests withdrawal of grievance; he was dismissed for sleeping on the job
  • 1981-83, #621:  Longworthy--election dispute
  • 1983, #622:  Mc Cormick--multiple appellants challenge local union's interpretation of layoff/seniority agreement
  • 1976-84, #623:  Mc Kenzie--complaint that other union member was given special treatment in seniority question without the approval of the local union
  • 1982-84, #624:  Martin--charges local president with conduct unbecoming a union member in connection with his refusal to process election grievance
  • 1982-83, #625:  Thompson--challenges the prohibition of the issuance of pamphlets as part of an agreement which removed an administratorship from the local union [see #607 above]

Box 34:

  • 1959-84, #626:  Drake--protests handling of her grievance; she was discharged for failing to report to work punctually after a layoff
  • 1974-83, #627:  Barber--multiple appellants challenge disposition of grievance in which they questioned the qualifications of several employees classified as journeymen
  • 1982-84, #628:  Null--claims charges he made of misappropriation of union funds should have been submitted to a local trial committee
  • 1979-84, #629:  Toth--challenges withdrawal of his grievance; he was suspended for leaving work early
  • 1982-84, #630:  Uhelski--appeals that his resignation from local shop committee should be rescinded, as it was not submitted to the membership for a vote
  • 1972-83, #631:  Vicola, et. al.--appeal their removal from offices in local union after a merger of zones due to a reduction in force
  • 1980-84, #632:  Miller--multiple appellants claim that layoff/recall procedure for skilled trades was not properly adopted or, if so, was later rescinded
  • 1983-84, #634: Foreman--charges local executive board member with improperly attacking him in a pamphlet; at issue is whether these charges are proper under the International Constitution

Box 35:

  • 1982-84, #635: Patrick --claims that when a merger of zones takes place due to a reduction in force, new shop stewards should have been democratically elected, not appointed. Considered with #631, above. [2 folders]
  • 1982-83, #636:  Lowhorn--alleges overtime grievance was improperly referred to International after it was upheld by local membership
  • 1982-83, #637:  Trimm--charges local recording secretary failed to bring to membership's attention important correspondence from International Executive Board
  • 1981-84, #638:  Styler--appeals redistricting plan
  • 1982-84, #639:  Waegele--challenges his removal from and future disqualification for any Union office due to alleged misappropriation of funds
  • 1982-84, #641:  Compton--appeals dismissal of charges he made against local governing board for its refusal to order local skilled trades representative to hold proper skilled trades meetings
  • 1981-84, #642:  Helsel--appeals sanctions imposed for his alleged refusal to obey orders

Box 36:

  • 1975-84, #643:  Cooper--protests the withdrawal of his grievance protesting the promotion of a less senior employee
  • 1980-84, #644:  Beacham--same claim as #643, above
  • 1980-84, #645:  Damron--same claim as #643, above
  • 1980-84, #646:  Mc Natt and Smith--appeal settlement of grievance regarding the selection of new employees to man a new hot forming unit
  • 1983-84, #647:  Iyun--appeals dismissal of charges he filed against local president and another member; charges related to their actions in removing him as local EEO coordinator
  • 1982-84, #648:  Norman--charges local financial secretary with improperly hiring his son to work on a union Fun Fest
  • 1944; 1983-85, #649:  Buford--appeals disposition of grievance; he was fired for making several fraudulent applications for bereavement pay
  • 1981, #650:  Bullock--appeals disposition of grievance; he was reassigned to a different type of machine when his old machine was removed from plant
  • 1982-84, #652: Smith--seniority dispute
  • 1983-84, #653: Crouch--claims he was improperly removed as elected committeeman when local adopted a redistricting agreement

Box 37:

  • 1978-84, #654: Alli--appeals his dismissal from union office due to alleged misappropriation of funds
  • 1983-84, #655: Guthridge--appeals his dismissal from union office due to alleged misappropriation of funds
  • 1980-84, #656: Bowers--appeals his dismissal from union office due to alleged misappropriation of funds
  • 1980-84, #657: Tripp--appeals decision requiring him to reimburse union $1,014.41 for excess compensation he had received
  • 1983-84, #658: Miller--election dispute
  • 1982-84, #659: Toth--protests withdrawal of his grievance; he was suspended for leaving plant early
  • 1983-84, #660: Carstensen--election dispute

Box 38:

  • 1981-84, #661: Golden--claims his protest of his dismissal was improperly withdrawn; he was dismissed for leaving early and repeatedly driving against the flow of traffic in the plant area
  • 1982-84, #662: Acker and Scarlett--the pair protest the withdrawal of their appeal concerning assignment of overtime work
  • 1982-84, Case #633:  Acker--appeals settlement of his grievance; he had wanted foreman dismissed for insulting him when Acker refused to shake his hand
  • 1984, #665: Pitts--protests withdrawal of his discharge grievance; he was fired for refusing to return to work after his sick leave ended
  • 1981-84, #666: Boldt--dispute over new holiday scheme in 1982 agreement with International Harvester
  • 1980-85, #667: McClain--protests amount of compensation he received for being bypassed for union office
  • 1978-84, #668: Day--protests financial settlement of his grievance; he was discharged and later reinstated for allegedly lying on his job application
  • 1982-84, #669: Hall--appeals dismissal of her discharge grievance; she was fired for failure to report to work on time after an illness

Box 39:

  • 1980-84, #670:  Ford --appeals his dismissal from union office due to alleged misappropriation of funds.  This appeal was considered along with #654, 655, 656, and 657 [4 folders]
  • 1984, Material re cases #654, 655, 656, 657, 670. [2 folders]

Box 40:

  • 1983-84, #671 and 672:  Hudson --dispute over hiring of another, allegedly less qualified, employee as an air compressor attendant [2 folders]
  • 1978-84, #673:  Barnett--appeals decision to withdraw his termination grievance; he was fired for not reporting to work soon enough after finger surgery
  • 1982-85, #674:  Gaw --dispute over whether UAW-Chrysler seniority agreements still applied vis-a-vis plants [and their employees] which had been bought by General Dynamics [2 folders]
  • 1983-84, #675:  Lilly--election dispute
  • 1983-84, #676:  Carriveau--election dispute

Box 41:

  • 1981-84, #677:  Howze--challenges settlement of his grievance; he was fired for unauthorized absence and repeated violations of safety rules
  • 1981-84, #679:  Martin--appeals withdrawal of grievance; supervisor had agreed, then retracted agreement, to pay him for one-half hour one month in which he had not worked in order to preserve his insurance benefits
  • 1983-84, #680:  Jenkins--president of a local, he protests decision by international executive board to put his local under administratorship
  • 1983-84, #681:  Betts--protests his removal from a local bargaining committee due to his alleged involvement in a union decertification effort
  • 1983-84, #682:  Holland--appeals decision by his local executive to toss out charges he made against a committeeperson for riotous behavior at a meeting
  • 1982-84, #683:  Early--challenges grievance settlement; he had complained that equal classification employees with less seniority were promoted above him
  • 1983-84, #684:  Todd--appeals withdrawal of his grievance; he was dismissed for purchasing property stolen from the company
  • 1984, #685:  Fowler--election dispute
  • 1983-85, #686:  Compton--complains union has not adequately acted on his charges against local skilled trades representative

Box 42:

  • 1984-85, #687:  Trnka--election dispute
  • 1984-85, #688:  Adams--she and 797 others challenge charges levied against them by local union members for crossing picket lines

Box 43:

  • 1984-85, #689:  Perry--she appeals dismissal of charges she filed against her local president
  • 1984-85, #690:  Gagnon--election dispute
  • 1980-85, #691:  Ali--protests withdrawal of his grievances; he was dismissed for attempted fraud
  • 1983-85, #692:  Stephens --he protests alleged transfer of work to another plant after the plant at which he worked was closed transfer [2 folders]

Box 44:

  • 1984-85, #693:  Hite --election dispute [2 folders]
  • 1983-85, #694:  Lefebvre--election dispute
  • 1981-85, #695:  Robinson--protests handling of his grievance; he felt he was not assigned as many overtime hours as he ought to have been
  • 1981-85, #696:  Smith--election dispute
  • 1983-85, #698:  Brove--election dispute
  • 1983-85, #699: Acker--protests withdrawal of various grievances with management over his taking community college classes, having his pay cut, allegedly having to work in an unsafe environment, and being disciplined for wasting time and having someone else punch his time card

Box 45:

  • 1983-85, #700:  Ryan--appeals for reimbursement of wages lost when he was wrongfully removed from union office
  • 1984-85, #701:  Snider--election dispute
  • 1977-85, #702:  West--protests withdrawal of her grievance; she was laid off and claimed she should have been later recalled when others were
  • 1980-85, #703:  Stone--claims his grievance was settled irrationally; he was fired for fighting and then reinstated without back pay
  • 1980-85, #704:  Rizok--election dispute
  • 1983-85, #705:  Ford--various ethical practices charges against Owen Bieber and other international officials
  • 1981-85, #706:  Borrusch--appeals decision not to pursue his grievance; he was fired for using abusive language while already on probationary status for habitual tardiness

Box 46:

  • 1984-85, Case #707:  Bromm--appeals whether irregularities affected the outcome of the grievance commiteeperson election
  • 1982-85, Case #708:  Goold--whether he made a timely appeal of International Representative Al Bucci's decision to withdraw his grievance in protest of his layoff and whether the President's ruling on the timeliness of his appeal was an interpretation of the International Constitution pursuant to Article 13, 8, thereby precluding the Public Review Board from considering his appeal
  • 1984-85, Case #711:  Mc Guffin--whether the Local 44, presidential election should be rerun because the retired members were prohibited from voting for the office of president

Undocketed Appeals:

  • 1974-80, Toth: undocketed ethical practices complaint
  • 1975-79, Kucyk:  undocketed assignment of incorrect seniority date grievance
  • 1979-80, Conrad: whether he has filed a timely claim against his Union in protest of its disposition of grievance filed following his discharge by Jeep Corporation
  • 1979-80, Sojka: undocketed appeal for the limited purpose of determining whether appelant has presented a claim cognizable by the Constitution of the Union
  • 1980-81, Mattas: undocketed appeal whether a Local Union member may appeal to the Public Review Board a decision of the UAW Credentials Committee denying his protest to a Local election for delegates to the Constitutional Convention
  • 1980-81, Toth: whether he may appeal his Local Union's enactment of a bylaw increasing the quorum requirements for Local membership
  • 1982, Laney undocketed appeal: whether the Public Review Board may intevene to delay the processing of a collective bargaining grievance
  • 1983, Nassar and Sykes v. Watkins: undocketed ethical practices complaint
  • 1978-81, United States of America before the National Labor Relations Board

Series II:  Collective Bargaining for Virginia Education Association

Box 47:

  • 1975, Speech and miscellaneous material V.E.A. conference, [2 folders]
  • 1975, Conference at U. Va.
  • 1971-73, Outlines for speeches delivered at Williamsburg and Blacksburg

Public Employees Rights Commission

Boxes 47, 48:

  • 1972-74, Meeting notes and other materials [7 folders]
  • 1972-74, Draft and final report of the commission

Boxes 48, 49:

  • 1974-75, Grievance Procedure Subcommittee notes and documents [7 folders]

Boxes 49, 50:

  • 1972-75, Correspondence and drafts of legislation [9 folders]
  • 1972-86; n.d., Miscellaneous correspondence, notes, etc. [4 folders]
  • 1970, "Government Manpower in Virginia"
  • 1972, "Collective Bargaining"

Boxes 50-51:

  • 1971-77, Virginia state laws and miscellaneous information [13 folders]
  • 1971, Statistical information re the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees
  • 1970-71, General material re state labor laws

Boxes 51, 52:

  • 1970-73, Labor relations in Illinois, Michigan, New York City, and Pennsylvania [6 folders]
  • n.d., Miscellaneous papers [2 folders]

Box 53: 

  • 1971-72, Collective bargaining experience and organization [2 folders]
  • 1972-78, Public employees and collective bargaining [8 folders]
  • 1972-75, Miscellaneous articles and bulletins
  • n.d., Clippings 

Series III:  Migrant Legal Action Program

Box 54:

  • 1971, Minutes of organization meeting
  • n.d., Operation and composition of M.L.A.P.
  • 1976, Agenda for Board meeting

Boxes 54-56:

  • 1976-85, Board meetings [19 folders]

Box 56:

  • 1971-72, Program account budgets
  • 1975, Unaudited financial statements
  • 1976, Material re refunding of M.L.A.P.
  • 1975-78, Financial statements and C.P.A. reports
  • 1980-84, Financial statements, C.P.A. reports and cash flow analysis

Boxes 56, 57:

  • 1971-80, Litigation and legislation reports [5 folders]
  • 1971-84, Correspondence

Boxes 57, 58:

  • 1971-84, Memoranda and minutes of meetings [4 folders]
  • 1971, Petition re Farm Labor Service
  • 1972, Proposed resolutions
  • 1973, Press releases
  • 1975, Report of the suport center of M.L.A.P.
  • 1979, M.L.A.P. workplan
  • 1980, M.L.A.P. by-laws and board nominations
  • 1983, Clark v. Department of Labor
  • n.d., Case summaries
  • n.d., Resolutions
  • 1974, Orientation material for community workers
  • 1977, Farmworker legal projects
  • n.d., Information booklet re status of illegal aliens
  • 1975-77, "Earthbond"

Box 59:

  • 1973-74, "Capital Developments"; "Monthly Reports"
  • 1979-85, "Field Memos" [numbered] and indexes [6 folders]

Box 60:

  • 1971, Draft analysis of Agricultural Labor Relations
  • 1971, Legal Assistance for Migrant Farm Workers in Michigan
  • 1971, Agricultural Labor Relations Bill in New York
  • 1970, "Peonage:  The American System of Migratory Farm Labor" by Gary S. Goodpastor
  • 1971, Agricultural Labor Relations in Oregon
  • 1971, "Public Regulation of Working Conditions in Agriculture" by Gary S. Goodpastor
  • n.d., "An Advocacy Center for Farm Labor Programs and Related Rural Interests"
  • 1971, "Proposal for Accomack County Agri-business Study" by Susan De Marco
  • 1972, "Legal Strategies and tactics of Representing Migrant Workers" by L.J. Sherman
  • 1972 "The Paraprofessional" by A. B. Delgado
  • 1972, Material re agricultural relations in Colorado 611972, "Practice Manual for Representing Migrant Farm Workers" by T. R. Ewald
  • 1975, A.F.L.-C.I.O. material
  • 1978-79, American Farmworker Housing Program
  • 1982, "Foreign Workers in U.S. Agriculture" by H. M. Semler
  • n.d., Paper re migrant and seasonal farmworkers
  • 1969, "Mexican-Americans in Transition" --Michigan State University
  • 1972, Education of migrant workers' children

Box 62:

  • 1981, Farmworker Justice Fund [3 folders]
  • n.d., Social welfare and law
  • 1971-84, Miscellaneous papers and published material [2 folders]
  • n.d., Comparison of O.S.H.A.'s temporary labor camp standard and the existing one
  • n.d., Notes
  • n.d., Clippings

Series IV:  Legal Services Corporation

Box 62:

  • 1974-79, Operations
  • 1978-84, Memoranda
  • 1976, Paper re the purpose of legal services
  • 1976, Proposed contact with support centers
  • 1983-84, Report re operations
  • 1979-81, Annual reports

Box 63:

  • 1978-80, Newsletters
  • 1983, Legislation summaries
  • 1975, Resource Center for Consumers of Legal Services
  • n.d., Paper re support needs of L.S.C.
  • 1978, Washington-based representation on behalf of eligible legal services corporations
  • 1972-80, Miscellaneous printed material

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