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1941

American Newspaper Guild . Constitution Committee

Report of the American Newspaper Guild Constitution Committee

Detroit (Mich.) - Suggested changes to articles in the ANG constitution.

Charles L. Whipple Papers

1941 Mar.

Whipple, Charles L.

Photograph of Don Sullivan leaning back in a chair, reading

Pittsburgh (Pa.) - Nearly full-length image of a relaxed Sullivan, wearing a fedora, and seated in what appears to be a news room.

Charles L. Whipple Papers

1941 Mar. 26

Letter from F. M. to Wilbur Baldinger

Pittsburgh (Pa.) - Has learned his court issues have been worked out.

Charles L. Whipple Papers

1941 May 20

Pasche, Victor

Letter from Milton Kaufman and Victor Pasche to American Newspaper Guild members

New York (N.Y.) - Sending report of the International Executive Board to the membership in preparation for the upcoming convention in Detroit.

Charles L. Whipple Papers

1941 Apr. 7

Myers, Fred

Letter from Fred Myers to Charles L. Whipple

New York (N.Y.) - "Don Sullivan has written a long letter to President Roosevelt in which he petitions the Little Father to protect us against the landed nobility."

Charles L. Whipple Papers

1940 Oct. 7

Berardi, Anthony C.

Letter from Anthony C. Berardi to John J. Biddison

Chicago (Ill.) - Considering Biddison's idea for a referendum.

Charles L. Whipple Papers

1942 Feb.

American Newspaper Guild . Contracts Committee

Contracts Committee minutes

Report on activity in locals.

Charles L. Whipple Papers

1941 May 5

Myers, Fred

Letter from Fred Myers to Charles L. Whipple

New York (N.Y.) - Feels the next issues of the Guild Reporter will be laden with letters regarding the convention, but would like letters to reflect "rank and file demand that the convention concern itself with wages, hours and the strength of the union rather than with phony issues."

Charles L. Whipple Papers

1941 Apr. 14

Pasche, Victor

Letter from Victor Pasche to Helen M. Minear

New York (N.Y.) - Regarding constitutional aspects of membership eligibility for a Daily Worker employee in Pittsburgh. "Section 7 of Article II clearly makes it impossible to keep the man out because of his political beliefs... the clause which protects newspaper men in writing anything they please, or are ordered to, and hence protects publishers in their claims to have a man right as ... more

Charles L. Whipple Papers

1940 Dec. 7

Letter from Morgan to Charles L. Whipple

Monroe (La.) - Thanks Whipple for the review he sent; reimburses him with a check.

Charles L. Whipple Papers