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Guide to the Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Engineers Lodge No.​ 68,​ 1884-​1996

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Overview of the Collection

Repository:
Special Collections & Archives
McIntyre Library
University of Wisconsin--Eau Claire
P.O. Box 4004
105 Garfield Ave.
Eau Claire, WI 54702 – 4004
(715) 836-2739
https://library.uwec.edu/archives/

Reference Code: USGZE UHC324

Accession Number: 09-007

Collection Number: University Historical Collection 324

Creators: Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Engineers Lodge No. 68 (Altoona, Wis.)

Title: Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Engineers Lodge No. 68 (Altoona, Wis.) Records

Dates: 1884-1996 (bulk 1935-1970)

Quantity: 7 linear feet (7 records cartons)

Location of Collection: A10/3f-3h

Languages: Collection materials are in English.

Summary: Claim files, call books, membership rolls, and other miscellaneous documents of a railroad workers’ union local in Altoona, Wis.

Biographical / Historical Note

Originally founded in 1873 as the Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen, the Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Enginemen (BLF&E) was a railroad workers’ union. In 1969, the BFL&E merged with several other railroad workers’ unions to form the United Transportation Union.

Lodge No. 68 of Altoona, Wis. Appears to have been founded in the early 20th century. Prior, Altoona area railroad workers may have belonged to the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers, another railroad workers’ union with a presence in the area. Enginemen, served railroad workers on the Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis and Omaha Railway Company and the Chicago Northwestern Railway.

Content Description

This collection consists of four series: Claim files, circa 1935-circa 1970, Call books, 1959-1972, Membership records, 1884-1996, and Miscellaneous records, 1926-1995. Membership records include membership rolls from the local subdivision of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers.

Administrative Information

Acquisition Information: Donated to the University Archives by Mike Lenz in September 2008.

Access Restrictions: Collection is open to the public.

Use Restrictions: Researchers are responsible for using in accordance with 17 U.S.C. Copyright owned by the University of Wisconsin--Eau Claire.

Preferred Citation: Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Engineers Lodge No. 68 Records, 18841996. UHC324. Special Collections & Archives. McIntyre Library. University of Wisconsin--Eau Claire. Eau Claire, WI.

Processing Note: Processed by Colleen McFarland and Peter DeCarlo in October 2008.

Arrangement: By series.

Subjects

Corporate Names:
Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Enginemen. Lodge No. 68 (Altoona, Wis.)
Brotherhood of Locomotive Enginemen. Subdivision No. 241 (Altoona, Wis.)
Chicago and Northwestern Railway Company
Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha Railroad

Subject Terms:
Railroads – Wisconsin -- Employees
Railroads -- Employees -- Labor unions -- Wisconsin
Labor unions – Wisconsin -- Altoona

Detailed List of Contents

Series 1: Claims files

Administrative files documenting grievances against the Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis and Omaha Railway Company and associated union action. These files include minutes of the local’s Grievance Committee.

Dates: Circa 1935 – circa 1970

Extent: 5 linear feet (5 records cartons)

Container

Contents

Box 1

Railroad Photos and Memorabilia

Box 1

Power of Attorney and Representation Authorization

Box 1

Pool Service-Eastern Division Automatically Placing Crews in Pool Service between Checking Period, Effective November 6, 1942 (Rule Cancelled)

Box 1

Passes-Regular Men annual passes for local

Box 1

Qualifying Engineers for Passenger Service

Box 1

Switching, Pickups and Setouts at Initial Terminals, Intermediate Points and Final Terminals

Box 1

Pulling off 108 and 109 between Marshfield and Merrillan

Box 1

Road Crew in either freight or passenger tie up on Tack No. 6 Altoona to service incoming diesel with fuel is no claim for penalty

Box 1

Rule 26(k) Pages 109 & 110 Compensates firemen for making qualifying trips on Diesel Powered Operated runs.

Box 1

Rate of pay applicable to road Diesels. Freight and passengers

Box 1

D.B. Robertson advising to eliminate the vice president to assist General Chairman in collecting claims

Box 1

Regular engine crews on runs 484 and 479 West End Territory-Mpls-Altoona

Box 1

Right to Work-Law

Box 1

Setting out cars by road crews

Box 1

G.L. Petry-Engineer Investigation relative to running through switch, Sept. 20, 1943

Box 1

Filling of Vacancy In Passenger Service Were required to stay and protect assignment

Box 1

Safety Meeting-Welton’s Office

Box 1

Seating Arrangement for Fireman and Brakeman on F-7 road Diesels

Box 1

Union Depot Strike-St. Paul October 1953

Box 1

Location of Steam Heat Pipe on C&NW Engine 1591.

Box 1

New Seating Arrangement for the fireman and brakeman-on steam locomotives

Box 1

Eau Claire Switch engines-7:30 A.M. daily assignment, except of daily except Sunday.

Box 1

G.E. Stanley-Pensioner-Supervisor- @nd Ward Altoona. Amend Present law for the purpose of protecting pass riders on railroads.

Box 1

Safety Records Omaha & C&NW Railway Letter put out by Mr. R. L. Williams, President February 1950

Box 1

Barney L. Smith Engineer Reinstated to Service-March 22nd, 1950

Box 1

Walter C. Reetz-Health Unable to hand fire locomotives account poor health. Company’s Doctor’s permission to fire stoker road engines.

Box 1

Engineers extra list-Altoona conditions involving Engr, to the Engr’s extra list

Box 1

Rule Changes-1954-1950 Negotiating with the carrier for rule changes and conditions affecting men on Omaha Property.

Box 1

Rest Room condition-Altoona roundhouse

Box 1

Mileage regulation Alphabetically listing engineers, firemen and hostlers into three evenly divided groups by their last name.

Box 1

Misc. Letters

Box 1

Menomonie & Spring Valley Job. Request change tie point from Menomonie City to Menomonie Jct.

Box 1

Monthly conference with Mr. Stephens office on claims

Box 1

Minnesota transfer agreement between the carrier and the BLF&E

Box 1

Mountaineer Train 404 and 403 Operated between Mpls and Adams. Period of operation-June to Sept. 1049

Box 1

Milk Train-Altoona East Milk run was time carded-Request to work milk run in with 508 and 511. 3 firemen.

Box 1

Proposed agreement to new yard at Marshfield for 1 mile in addition to the 4 miles allowed when required to use connection to joint Soo and C&NW main track in returning movement to depot.

Box 1

Geo. P. Larson-Engineer Loosing Tire on C&NW H 3022

Box 1

Man power shortage during war No. 2.

Box 1

Change in Layovers on runs 400 & 401 at eau Claire Three Altoona Engineers assigned to the runs.

Box 1

Robert Koppen Request information considering taking pension.

Box 1

Robert Koppen-Engineer Not permitted ti take vacancy on opposite run to the one he was assigned. BofLE interpretation

Box 1

Joe Jameson’s Case

Box 1

Engineer H. O. Johnson Permitted to remain in yard service as a fireman on account of health condition

Box 1

Interpretation to rule 24, section 9g0 Haley and Barrow’s Interpretaion-1941

Box 1

Insurance

Box 1

George Klein Engineer Wrecker Service. Interpretation of combined deadhead and work rule. Article 23(j)-31(d)

Box 1

Ice car-Altoona

Box 1

Interpretation governing flanger service. Which board, chain-gang or extra list, entitle to the flanger work

Box 1

Interpretation of rule. Firemen’s assignments will not be considered vacant

Box 1

Interlocking cart cases

Box 1

Personal Injury Cases

Box 1

Insurance Department * BLF&E

Box 1

Hostling assignment at Elroy Change in Starting time

Box 1

C.A. Hadlund letters to 68

Box 1

Geo. D. Holden Claim for round trip mileage account not being permitted to perform relief work on trains 508DH and 511, July 11 to July 15, 1951

Box 1

Hostler Service at Altoona. Filling Vacancies etc.

Box 1

HOSTLER 22

Box 1

N.K. Henning Security Case

Box 1

E.G. Hartman Security Case

Box 1

Hostler Assignment-Altoona Change starting time of Hostler assignments

Box 1

General Grievance Committee Quarterly Report RECEIPTS AND DISBURSMENTS

Box 1

Final Terminal Delay on Train 511. On arrival at Altoona account held behind train 464.

Box 1

Woodington Final Delay 484

Box 1

Wm Roux and J.D. Sanders Claim for 2nd trip started out of Altoona during tour of duty. February 1950

Box 1

A.P. Reidinger & B.A. Bundt Initial and final terminal delay at Altoona and Elroy on train 528 December 13, 1951

Box 1

Mohn’s Case. Account and Hearing

Box 1

Geo. Juno-not used on regular assignment8:00 E.C. Sunday

Box 1

Geo. Juno Claims

Box 1

Henning Claims

Box 1

F.R. Henning Claims

Box 1

Geo L. Juno. Claim for lost of time on 11:55 P.M. Altoona yard assignment. Assignment annulled more than one day.

Box 1

Bunk Car at Adams

Box 1

Omaha Benefit Association

Box 1

Bus Fare Agreement. Bus fare for extra board men between Altoona-eau Claire-Altoona.

Box 1

Bulletin Issued, handling of engines to and from Enginehouse at Altoona for North and west and road crews arriving at Altoona.

Box 1

Donald E. Behr-Fireman Seniority case Dropped from service account alleged violation of section (b) Article 25.

Box 1

E.R. Anding-Retired Engineer Engineer Anding Retired August 26, 1955.

Box 1

Picked up car at Shennington, A point exclusively on C&NW Trackage on Train 479 November 11, 1954.

Box 1

Picked up cars at Dellwood, a point exclusively on E&NW trackage on Train 479 December 12, 1955

Box 1

Demerits charged against personal record

Box 1

August F. Dellman. Question raised concerning the new wage rate on engine between 140,000 and 200,000 lbs on drivers yard service.

Box 1

Diesel Proposals of the B. OFL. E. 1942 Movement. BoFLF&E notice of May 10, 1941 dealing with Diesel Electric Locomotives

Box 1

Deadhead on freight train when called to relieve men at Marshfield and other points and when returning to point of call.

Box 1

Checking of Enginemen’s miles at Timekeepper’s Office

Box 1

Complaint from firemen when turing in time slip on penalty claim, that request on them being made to withdraw claim, which is a violation of the railway labor act.

Box 1

CALLING RULE. One mile zone-One mile radius from roundhouse will be called by caller at his resident in person. Article 269s0 page 115

Box 1

Crossing over movement on the time of first class trains at Altoona. Complaint by incoming crew of being furnished erroneous information over the phone.

Box 1

Mileage regulation-Outlying Points Marshfield Yard Engine., Marshfield Mondovi Way Freight-Menomonie & Spring Valley Assignment.

Box 1

Coal dumped on Tendor or wet down

Box 1

Trainmen graduated pay agreement of 1955.

Box 1

Chicago Great Western Ry. Strike January 1953.

Box 1

Gloves and overalls for enginemen during world war No. 2.

Box 1

General Organizer and Insurance Promotion Mr. J.W. Dugan

Box 1

Food Ration-Railroad Employees World War No. II.

Box 1

Firemen to sign no deduction notice to cover the $3.00 cost of physical examination for promotion to locomotive engineer.

Box 1

Harvey A. Furlong-Fireman Disciplinary restriction to Hostling Enginens

Box 1

Firemen’s Extra List. Complaint firemen is being added to the board upon use of emergency firemen, but is never reduced and left at stacked board.

Box 1

John A. Dawson Seniority Case.

Box 1

Perry E. Doughty * Discharged Case

Box 1

Diesel Locomotive Employment of Second Fireman-Dispute

Box 1

S.F. Kujawa-General Chairman General Chairman’s request to attend lodge 69 Lodge meeting, held July 12, 1955

Box 1

R.H. Dorn-Claims

Box 1

J.D. Dewits-Claims

Box 1

J.T. Dewits-Claims

Box 1

R.W. Melland-Claims

Box 1

CASE 65-59-68 Kwutson-PAID

Box 1

Correspondence –Trainmeters

Box 1

Run-around claims in road service

Box 1

E.L. Close-Claims

Box 1

Run Around T.C. Johnson E.C.G. Claim

Box 1

Departing from ready track at terminals. Departed ready track and returned and tied up. Claims allowed.

Box 1

Claims T. Hussey Turned Over to Darsie

Box 1

Run-Around Claims. Article 14(a) Extra List

Box 1

Running through terminus of their run claim sustained by U.S. Railroad Bared for additional 100 miles.

Box 1

Claim Paid-1962

Box 1

Claims

Box 1

Corvey-General Chairman

Box 2

Sec. Treas. G.G.G. ¼ reports

Box 2

Misc.

Box 2

Inter-Railroad Miles C+N.W.

Box 2

NORTHWESTERN & OMAHA FIREMEN DISPUTE. Rearrangement of assignments of firemen on FREIGHT runs 490-483 and 484-479Effective June 1, 1949

Box 2

Inter RR miles 1956

Box 2

No. of trips made by engineers and firemen on each respective Railroads between Altoona and Adams. Inter-Railroad runs.

Box 2

1955 Inter-railroad miles

Box 2

C+NW Int. RR Agreement Adams Wysville

Box 2

Inter-Railroad miles with C+NW Jan. 1968

Box 2

Correspondence with General Chairman

Box 2

Crews in Aggregate service out of Adams Dispatchers to inform enginemen in pool freight and unassigned passenger service at Adams that crews are to turn back to Altoona in aggregate time.

Box 2

Abuse Fireman by the engineer while on duty…

Box 2

Amalgamation-BofLE and BofLE&E

Box 2

Annulment of yard assignment complaint when annulling of yard assignment no advance notice given by the carrier when annulled.

Box 2

BofLF&E Members who have joined the BofLE

Box 2

Congressional Record U.S. Senator member of Senate

Box 2

Chain gang –eastern division Agreement governing crew assignment in pool service. Barrows special agreement.

Box 2

Checking Chain Gang miles and to make adjustments of crews accordingly.

Box 2

Diesel-Electric Locomotives-Locomoitve Inspection-Diesel and Steam Collapsible windows, swing windows, locomotive horn, etc. Collapsible window or bay window.

Box 2

NATIONAL DIESEL AGREEMENTS Arbitration board award dated April 13, 1954

Box 2

Diesel-Electric Locomotives Cab Clean-Excessive oil in engine room.

Box 2

Engineers extra list rules

Box 2

Diesel Engines-not adapted heated request made for adequate heaters put on diesel engines 57-91-92-93

Box 2

Amend Doubling Hill Rule Article 33(d)

Box 2

ELECTION Representation vote take on engineers contract on the Omaha property, Sept. & Oct. 1950…

Box 2

Eliminate and revise current schedule rules requested by Mr. Carl R. Gray Jr., General Superintendent OSTPM&O Ry. 1937 Wage Agreement.

Box 2

Engineers capitalize on the levying of the $10.00 assessment by the BLF&E

Box 2

Engineers notice of separating the engineers and firemen joint schedule

Box 2

Extra board firemen rules

Box 2

Engineers notice to raid lodge 68 for members

Box 2

Extra board rules. Governing handling of demoted engineers.

Box 2

Full Crew Law-State of Wisconsin by Lloyd G. Lenz-Fireman

Box 2

FIRST DIVISION NATIONAL RAILROAD ADJUSTMENT BOARD. Interpretation in handling of grievances

Box 2

Fireman cut off extra list-30 day rule report in.

Box 2

Furloughed firemen enforcing mileage regulation. Grand lodge is desirous of determining the number of firemen (and helpers) that are at present furloughed from service and if mileage regulation is being enforced.

Box 2

$0 hour week and wage increase movement 1949-1952

Box 2

Promotion Rule-Article 249(a) thru (f)

Box 2

GGC meeting 3-27-31-44

Box 2

Quadrennial meeting of general grievance committee- OSTPM&O Ry. April 27,1946.

Box 2

Agreement in Handling of Claims

Box 2

Local chairman is directed to handle the claims direct with the division superintendent or the master mechanic.

Box 2

Outside Hostler Helper- Omaha, Nebraska Who shall be used as outside hostler when the fireman’s extra list is exhausted.

Box 2

Hours of Service Law. H.W. Barrows- Gen. Chrm. Interpretation Geo. D. Holden Complaint.

Box 2

Amend 16 hours service law

Box 2

Invoke the services of the national mediation board. Neither organization to envoke the service of the National Mediation Board for the purpose of assuming jurisdiction of a contract covering either engineers, firemen, or hostlers.

Box 2

Installation of local lodge officers Local chairman

Box 2

Initial terminal delay rule in negotiation by grand lodge-1944 And interpretation

Box 2

INTERPRETATION ARTICLE 26 SECTION (g) BLE rule filling temporary vacancy on frt. Service. Approved by chairman F.J. Paffel.

Box 2

Interpretation 26(L) Rule Governing vacancies in yard service Rule amended.

Box 2

Interpretation of Rule G-2. Oldest promoted engineer will do the running at his terminal tie up point.

Box 2

Locomotives equipped with foot boards-and used in road service.

Box 2

Interpretation-Men laying off-Report same terminal.

Box 2

Laying off at outside points. By experience.

Box 2

Leave of absence. Schedule rule governing leave of absence and interpretation. H.W. Barrows interpretation.

Box 2

Military and naval service. Agreement for protection of seniority to service men.

Box 2

Mileage regulation-pool and extra list.

Box 2

Postal laws and regulation

Box 2

Rate sheets-engineers and firemen. 19501952.

Box 2

Rule 26(1) 3rd paragraph-Revised November 2, 1953…

Box 2

Re-writing of schedule

Box 2

Strike-Engineers and trainmen May, 1946

Box 2

Method of submitting cases to the national railway adjustment board No. 1.

Box 2

BofRT Strike-OSTPM&O Ry

Box 2

Armor plant strike-D.B. Robertson’s letters pertaining to crossing of picket lines.

Box 2

Eau Claire switching district extended on the north-second district

Box 2

Through freight service-way freight pay for freight crew required to pick up or set out on two or more track at any station.

Box 2

Time allowed account held off to attend investigation.

Box 2

Signal test. Case of G.D. Holden, Engr. Test made on C&NW trackage. Signal 936 east of Dellwood.

Box 2

United states savings bonds through the payroll deduction plan.

Box 2

Wage agreement of 1951-1952

Box 2

Weight on drivers-Diesel engines. List of CSTPM&O & C&NW Diesel-Electric locomotives. Compiled by G.F. Stephens.

Box 2

Wage and rule movement of 1945+1946

Box 2

Amend work train rule 6(d) Local agreement for Altoona East Only.

Box 2

Work Train-Assignment Interpretation governing regular assignee to work train service when changes tie up point from one terminal to another.

Box 2

Weight on drivers. Diesel weight and rate

Box 2

Watch comparison and cleaning of watches.

Box 2

Concerted wage and rule movement of 1953.

Box 2

Wage movement years 1921-1924-19371941+1942

Box 2

Wisc. State Union Meeting of the BofLRC and ladies society.

Box 2

Wages rules settlement August 11, 1946

Box 2

Wage Increase-1941-1943

Box 2

Yard Service “Point for going on and off duty.”

Box 2

In yard service-2nd lunch period. Claiming 20 minutes because violation of rule. General chairman Barrows interpretation.

Box 2

Yard assignments-Altoona Yard. Independent assignments. 2:00p.m. 10:00p.m. 6:00a.m. to 2:00a.m.

Box 2

Starting time-Transfer assignment in Minneapolis yard-Minneapolis.

Box 2

Meal period in yard service. 2nd meal period.

Box 2

Yard crews starting time changed-48 hours notice. William Haley interpretation.

Box 2

Amendment of yard assignment.

Box 2

Minneapolis yard assignment. Annulled all yard assignments in the east and west yards of Minneapolis.

Box 2

Yard assignment-east St. Paul. Starting time at 6:00a.m. 1935.

Box 2

Extra yard job assignment-how worked after 3 days becomes a regular assignment and be assigned under schedule rules governing yard crews.

Box 2

Yard Eau Claire

Box 2

DOUBLING HILL CLAIMS. On Spring Valley Line on account tonnage in excess of rating of engine handling the train. Mondovi Line-Holder + Garwin

Box 2

Doubling tunnel hill-East St. Paul to Hazel Park Article 33(e).

Box 2

M.J. Grawin. Extra board not called for movement Altoona.

Box 2

Rule 26(y). When engineer and fireman are used on other than regular assignment will be paid the differences of what they would have earned on their own assignment.

Box 2

Run-around claims-engineer’s extra list.

Box 2

Run-around claims-in chain gang service.

Box 2

Run Around at Adams acct deadheading improper crew

Claim of F.O. Hudson & R.I. Gilbert.

Box 2

Over time rate for regular men in yard service. Article 16 E&F current schedule.

Box 2

Hearing Aid for enginemen who operates locomotives.

Box 2

Leave of Absence sickness cases.

Box 2

26(y) Claims-for loss of time when used of own assignment.

Box 2

Time and one-half claims

Second tour of duty within 22 ½ hours in yard or hostelling service. Claim paid.

Box 2

Interpretation of various schedule rules affecting engineers and firemen.

Box 2

NORTHWESTERN AND OMAHA-ENGINEERS CASE. Re-arrangement of assignments of engineers on freight runs 490-483 and 484479.

Box 3

Terminal Switching at Eland.-Train 169 Payment to enginemen for such work. 1934.

Box 3

Towed Diesel 69-57 Alive in train 22-21.

Box 3

H.W. Wittern Engineer Displaced by an engineer not having displacing rights

Box 3

Way freight pay-article 11.

Box 3

Wrecker Service-Way freight rate of pay.

Box 3

Work train service- Article 14(a)

Box 3

H.R. Simonson-Fireman Claim for vacation payments-Claim allowed. Sept. 1950

Box 3

A.J. Valska-Engineer. Worked over on his miles month of June 1949.

Box 3

Carl F. Volkman-Fireman. Back pay retroactive to Jan 1, 1948.

Box 3

Initial terminal delay claims. For Pilot service between Altoona-Eau Claire-Altoona. Piloting Milwaukee Trains.

Box 3

Time-and-one-half 2nd tour of duty within 22 ½ hours. Claims not sustained by schedule. File closed.

Box 3

Final terminal delay on Merrillan and Black River Falls switch train.

Box 3

W.A. Connel-Fireman. Time and one half for second tour of duty within 22 ½ hours. Claim lost under the time limit on claims rule.

Box 3

Time-and-one-half-2nd tour of duty within 24 hours – regular men.

Box 3

Time limit on claims Article 43(a) and (b). Claims paid.

Box 3

Alleged switching performed by doubling of cars over by road crews. Altoona and Adams yard. Claims paid-file closed.

Box 3

Station switching claims on train 170-169 Paid under Guthrie award no. 168.

Box 3

Switching performed at Merrillan by passenger road crew on train 108-109 for way freight rate of pay. Allowed.

Box 3

Denied to exercise seniority rights to temporary vacancy ion west and chain gang. June 25 to June 30 1954. J.C. Wagner Case.

Box 3

George P. Larson-Chris Bergan. Claim for a yard in addition to regular assignment on Train no. 508 at Elroy January 14, 1943.

Box 3

Shortage in respect to ones pay check.

Box 3

Putting onn caboose on train at Marshfield. Crew claiming 100 miles at yard rate in addition to regular trip.

Box 3

Wm. Roux and M.E. Tate. Penalty claim, setting out and spotting car on house track at Eau Claire, March 17, 1951.

Box 3

Passenger Service Claim for freight rate of pay handling stock in passenger service L.C.L.

Box 3

Picking up and setting and at initial terminals intermediate points and final terminals will be paid 30 minutes at passenger ones by rule-passenger.

Box 3

Passenger claims. For additional 100 miles account required to perform extra trip. Claims sustained by U.S. Railroad Labor Board.

Box 3

Passenger service. Continuous time between terminals.

Box 3

Penalty claims-Article 13(i). Road crew in freight service when setting out cars and the track not clear and required to shove cars back. Claims paid. File Closed.

Box 3

Penalty Claims-Article 13(i). Road crew in freight service setting out cars and track not clear.

Box 3

Pilot service-Altoona-Eau Claire-Altoona Milwaukee trains.

Box 3

Elmer E. Patneaude. Claim for freight rate of pay using caboose for rider instead of a coach for the 511’s train crew.

Box 3

Pilot service claims. C&NW Circus trains operating between Elroy and Wyeville. 1951 and 1953 cases. Claims all withdrawn. No basis for claim.

Box 3

Ore train handled spooner to Altoona via north line by north line crew.

Box 3

Overtime rate in yard and hostling service. Article 16(c) and (d).

Box 3

Not being properly notified account be displaced. Article 26(t) page 116.

Box 3

Marshfield Depot to New Yard Claim for additional 4 miles

Box 3

Minnesota transfer-Claims-Doubling. H.O. Hudson and E.L. Close. Claim withdrawn.

Box 3

Misc. Claims paid.

Box 3

H.F. Beggerow & Sam Hayes. Claim for continuous time from Saturday to Monday account of establishing two tie up points on the Menomonie & Spring Valley job. Bulletin Notice No. 134 effective October 28, 1949.

Box 3

Emil B. Musolf. Claim for the difference in pay between regular assignment 7:30 a.m. eau Claire and the 6:30 a.m. eau Claire assignmentFireman. File closed claim period.

Box 3

James P. McGuire Claim for 100 miles applicable to yard rate account held off as witness in investigation to accident at Eau Claire yard. March 24, 1950

Box 3

T.E. Johnson-Fireman. Claim for lost of time, round trip Mpls to Alt. and return account caller refused to make the call by foot.

Box 3

Osseo train gap back up

Box 3

Lap-Back trip Article 11(c) On Marshfield Line, between Merrillan & Marshfield.

Box 3

A.J. Tasler Engr. Claim for lost time on engineers extra list. Geo L.

Box 3

Juno-Fireman Claim for 200 miles deadhead timeAlt.Mpls-Alt Febr. 6, 1955 account not being properly notified that he was displaced off 400 and 401. File closed time allowed.

Box 3

Inside Hostler rate for watching engine Claim of L.D. Dewitz for 100 miles. Watching 511 engines at Altoona.

Box 3

Initial and final terminal delay. Shortage checked at timekeepers office.

Box 3

Initial terminal delay Circus trains at Marshfield.

Box 3

Juno Geo. L. Fireman. Initial terminal delay claim for time delayed between Minneapolis and St. Paul. Claim not sustained by schedule.

Box 3

Hostling service at Altoona. Road crew required to fuel the Diesels on No. 6. Track before going on their train going east.

Box 3

Making up the monthly guarantee when off on vacation. Hostling claims for hostling service performed at Marshfield on trains 109 and 170-169. Claims paid file closed.

Box 3

Relief work on 508DH and 511-Period July 11th to July 15th, 1951. Claim of Geo. P. Holden.

Box 3

Arth. L. Henning. Emergency work when off on forced reduction and not called.

Box 3

Hostling claims at Elroy. Claims of H.L. Madden on account discontinue hostling agreement on Saturday nights.

Box 3

Helper service and inducted into freight Service-on Hersy helper-Bergan’s claim.

Box 3

Held off and not used claims. Claims paid.

Box 3

Held out of service claims. B.A. Hendrickson for time held out of account his failure to protect yard assignment 6:30 a.m. yard job at Marshfield, January 9, 1955.Claim paid file closed.

Box 3

Outside Hostler helper claim. Coaling of engines when used as outside hostler helper at Altoona. Claim not valid. File closed.

Box 3

Rose I. Gilbert-Hostler Claim. Claim for filling lubricator on engine 1619 while performing service as hostler.

Box 3

Excuse seniority to extra yard job lost-per rule. F.R. Kenning

Box 3

Earl Ferrell-Fireman Excusing seniority

Box 3

M.C. Flood-Fireman. Claims made account being displaced by Engr. Eberhartson when there was a job running for him out of Menomonie city terminal.

Box 3

Extra List Claims Engineers. Claims for lost time on Engrs. Extra list. Claims paid file closed.

Box 3

Extra board claims-Firemen for loss of time-claims paid-file closed.

Box 3

Deadhead acct abolished job at Elroy lost no rule. Valaka H. Johnson

Box 3

C.E. Johnson Engr. & E.A. Mohns, Fireman Claim for continuous time on train 108-109 on account tied up at Altoona and held over on Sunday. Claim allowed and paid.

Box 3

Final terminal delay claims. Claims paid.

Box 3

Final terminal delay claims. Merrillan switch train. Claims paid-file closed.

Box 3

Doubling train over at Adams. Alleged switching performed by road crews at Adams.Claims paid-file closed 1/12/56

Box 3

Deadhead Claims-Regular man

Box 3

Dead Head Claims. Handled by General Chairman Halery.

Box 3

C.H. Johnson Engr. Detention time at Hudson, called off Engrs extra list at Mpls to fill vacancy on Hudson helper. Claim not sustained by schedule.

Box 3

Deadhead Service-Watching engine at Madison. A.L. Henning case 1946

Box 3

Deadhead Claims by extra board firemen to relieve firemen off on miles.

Box 3

Dumping coal on tender while performing work as outside hostler helper.

Box 3

Dumping coal on tender while performing work as a firemen at Altoona on account of no coal shed man on duty. Claim withdrawn.

Box 3

Curtailment of service on trains 108-109. Account of coal shortage-March 1948. Fred O. Hudson’s claims.

Box 3

H.R. Corsaw-Fireman. Claimed a days pay for not being used, instead a C&NW fireman was used and sent from Elroy to Wyeville to bring in train 510. December 15, 1932.

Box 3

Geo. L. Juno. In chain-gang service and performed work train service. West and pool service.

Box 3

Engr. Gallagher & Fireman Mohns. Claims for continuous time on trains 109 and 108 account tying the crew up at Altoona over Sunday.

Box 3

W.A. Connell-Fireman. Claim for watching engine 57 at Eau Claire after tying up on regular assignment in yard service.

Box 3

Payroll forms for the members serving on the general grievance committee…

Box 3

Pulling coal-yard engine Eau Claire yard

Box 3

Passenger runs for Altoona Correspondence.

Box 3

Pulling Coal-Menomonie Spring Valley Assignment.

Box 3

Request for insurance Pettis, Lawrence A.

Box 3

Handling of passenger equipment out of Elroy to Wyeville to run as 2nd 400 Wyeville to Adams account Mankato “400” running 1st.

Box 3

Operating Rules. Book of Operating Rules-O.St.P.M.& O. Ry

Box 3

Roy E. Orendorff-Fireman

Box 3

Turning off C&NW H on Wye at Altoona. Claims

Box 3

C&NW Fireman. Request to change place with Omaha Fireman on runs 484 and 479 for the purpose that he may take turns driving with the brakeman.

Box 3

Robert W. McDonald-Fireman. Seniority Status-Extension of leave of Absence would be denied until he had submitted to a physical examination by the chief surgeon.

Box 3

Marshall J. McMahon. Request to by-pass running and be permitt4ed to remain firing while junior engineers are holding assignment running out of Altoona, Extra board or regular due to sickness not to exceed 90 days.

Box 3

Marking up all assignments on Altoona Board including all outside points.

Box 3

Yard and road service combined.

Box 3

Alleged switching performed at Marshfield . Based on basic day yard rule 16(d) and rule 12(a)

Box 3

E. Goulet-Yard Day

Box 3

Yard day not being paid job cancelled

Box 3

Claim

Box 3

Claim of Geo. Juno for 50 miles account not using the engine on new assignment.

Box 3

Wyeville. Picking up care at Wyeville en route to Adams. Claims paid and file closed.

Box 3

Vacation agreement of 1944-1946

Box 3

Yard Assignment at Hudson. Switch engine assignment changed-See Mr. Walton’s Bulletins No 18 and 19. Dated June 19, 1955.

Box 3

Helper Service Elroy

Box 3

Yard Assignments at Marshfield.

Box 3

WEST END WAY FRIEGHT-25 and 26 East St. Paul to Altoona-Altoona to East St. Paul

Box 3

Way freight 21 and 22-Altoona-Elroy Mr. Walton notice of change in operation, affective August 23, 1954.

Box 3

Way freight rate-on assigned train operating on Elmwood and Menomonie line.

Box 3

Whistle on engine 505.

Box 3

Eau Claire switch engine-10:30p.m.Transportation Altoona to Eau Claire for the 10:30 p.m. assignment. No Buss service

Box 3

VACATION. Qualification for vacation in combined service. Roundhouse labor to Locomotive Fireman.

Box 3

Vacancy in passenger for firemen when extra list Exhausted-how filled…

Box 3

Unassigned passenger Agreement. Effective Jan. 7, 1927. No longer in effect. Superseded by new ruling-see current schedule.

Box 3

Unemployment compensation. For employees off on forced reduction.

Box 3

U.R.O.C. Organization

Box 3

Unassigned passenger service. Rule amended that unassigned passenger service to be operated by chain gang crews, first in first out.

Box 3

Test Trains. For diesel rating on Marshfield line and tunnel grade.

Box 3

Transfer to foreign district for temporary service-firemen and helpers.

Box 3

Firemen throwing switches will be compensated for one (1) applicable to class of engine.

Box 4

Switching time Elroy

Box 4

Rules changes Jan 1971 Gen Grievance comm..

Box 4

By Laws-GGC meetings minutes-GGC meetings Seniority rates-TC-Main file

Box 4

Establishment of regular assigned crews on trains 488 and 477 between Altoona and Adams. Freight assignment.

Box 4

Northwestern fireman in Altoona pool. Covers the dispute between the Marion Division of the C&NW and eastern division CSTPM&O

Box 4

National Wage Rules Negotiations

Box 4

Union shop tow in the railroad industry

Box 4

Wage Agreement of October14, 1955. Road and Yard.

Box 4

National wage movement of July 1, 1954.

Box 4

Wage Agreements may 23, 1952. 5-day work week and interim. 6-day work week.

Box 4

Wage + Vacation 1968+69 Agree

Box 4

Vacation Agreement-Effective July 1, 1949. 1952 and 1954.

Box 4

Using Crew on #4900 Juno

Box 4

Using CNM Crew on #490 Holden and Stewart

Box 4

Annulling yard job F.K. Henning

Box 4

Doubling Train Altoona Gilbert + Gaulet.

Box 4

Promotion List of 1960.

Box 4

2nd start in 22 ½ hrs. in yard service D.E. Gaulet

Box 4

Initial terminal delay at Adams-Claim Paid Gilbert + Smith

Box 4

W.A. Schaettle Time + ½ acct. 60 day rule.

Box 4

Running the terminal of Altoona by WCG crew. F.K. Henning + Gaulet. Claim lost by Kujawa

Box 4

Hour of Service law

Box 4

Annulling job after calling time

Box 4

Set back claims

Box 4

STRIKE July 16, 1971 Wage rules national

Box 4

Merger Agreement CGW-C+NW

Box 4

Rule-that the carrier will be required to adjust, promptly the respective boards (pool and extra lists) upon request from local chairman.

Box 4

Set back agreement

Box 4

Enginemen’s seniority roster Trainmen’s roster + phone #’s

Box 4

Set back claims PENDING

Box 4

Special Board 297 “Running their terminals” Rule saved Claims lost by Kujawa

Box 4

Switching time agreement December 19, 1868

Box 4

SW Claims paid

Box 4

National wage rules agreement Rates etc.1972-1973

Box 4

Lodging Adams

Box 4

Agreement

Box 4

Inter Railroad mileage correspondence

Box 4

Correspondence in regard to forcing Omaha to equalize pass rules with CNW

Box 4

Court Decisions

Box 4

Senior demoted engineer will do the running at the terminal.

Box 4

Five-day-yard-rate Agreement. Also Hostler 5 day rate.

Box 4

Full Crew Law

Box 4

Full Crew Law (violated 8/16/60)

Box 4

Correspondence from general chairman

Box 4

Interpretation of various rules

Box 4

Hours of service law

Box 4

Interpretation Initial terminal delay Agreement, effective Oct. 1. 1948

Box 4

Rules governing conduct of investigations before the carrier in discipline cases.

Box 4

Investigations

Box 4

Being denied to displace a junior man. Claims sustained by railroad labor board claims paid.

Box 4

Freight rate paid in unassigned passenger service article 26V 1942 schedule

Box 4

Held-away-from-home-terminal time Article 10(a) E&F schedule

Box 4

Receipts Telephone NSP Rent Misc

Box 4

Claims of submission to the National Railroad Adjustment board first division.

Box 4

Minimum day of 8 hours at the straight transfer rate of pay in addition to the earnings or regular trip in road service. St.Paul and Minneapolis district.

Box 4

Overtime rate-2nd tour of duty within 22 ½ hours. Outside Hostler helper service Altoona. File closed and claim paid.

Box 4

Overtime rate in yard service-2nd tour of duty within 24 hours for regular yard men.

Box 4

Way-Freight rate of pay in thru freight service.

Box 4

Compulsory retirement on reaching their 70th Birthday. This agreement is identical to that of the C&NW memorandum agreement. Effective March 30, 1951.

Box 4

License’s marriage certificate title car. Birth certificate

Box 4

Arbitration Award

Box 4

More than one class of road service Guthrie “Award” Agreement of May 23, 1953.

Box 4

Station Switching claims on Mondovi line paid under Guthrie award No. 168….

Box 4

Dues withholding agreement 1/9/70

Box 4

Back pay checks. How the back pay on adjusted compensation would apply on enginemen’s vacation allowance.

Box 4

Called and after moved off ready track call canceled and crew tied up.

Box 4

J.C. Wagner-Fireman

Claim round trip Elroy and return account not being called, instead called a junior fireman.

Box 4

Called and not used claims.

Box 4

Checked inter-railroad miles-Eastern Division CSTPM&) and Madison division O&NW. From July 1, 1946 to June 30, 1949.

Box 4

C+NW miles checked.

Box 4

Memorandum of trips made by engineers and firemen on the respective Railroads on Inter-railroad runs between Altoona and Adams.

Box 4

Doubling Hill Claims Article 33(d) 1942 schedule.

Box 5

Minutes of General Grievance Committee Dated April 27, 1946-November 2, 1953 February 25, 1955.

Box 5

Livermore Claims

Box 5

O.J. Stewart Claims

Box 5

Correspondence from Gilbert

Box 5

V.E. Dewits Claims

Box 5

W.H. Schoettle-Claims

Box 5

No Claims file

Box 5

Hostling claims-Kunes and Schoettle

Box 5

Setting out hot boxes at Elroy 471 Volkman + Dorn

Box 5

Legal counsel for our members

Box 5

F.O. Hudson + Livy 50 mile R.R.

Box 5

Wm. Nasset

Box 5

Leave of absence L. R. Schach

Box 5

Transportation to Eau Claire for engine

Box 5

Not relieved on expiration of seven day period. Rule 14(a)-(4) 2nd paragraph Date of claim November 20, 1955.

Box 5

Louisville and Nashville Railroad Strike1955

Box 5

Emil Eberhartson-Communications

Box 5

Failing to pass third year mechanical examination

Box 5

NORTHWESTERN & OMAHA RY * DISPUTE. Dakota “400”-Train 518 Operating between Wyeville and Elroy, over CSTPM&O track

Box 5

U.T.U. E 66 Membership as of Jan 1, 1971

Box 5

Kurschuer Case

Box 5

Articles 22 and 23 (Hostling) Terminals snow plow

Box 5

Holiday Pay. Firemen on extra list

Box 5

Hostling done by forman J.T. Dewity

Box 5

Hostling + Hostler helper

Box 5

CS+PM+O-M+S+L. Hostling Agreement 12-15-67

Box 5

E.L. Close-Injured-O.K. Disqualified Returned to Service

Box 5

Engineers Extra Lists No 1-2-3 June 23, 1969

Box 5

Answer telephone. For emergency running. Emergency Engineers

Box 5

Picking up at Dellwood Stewart

Box 5

Outler + Neehdha

Box 5

Blue Cross pay roll deduction

Box 5

Correspondence to Supt.

Box 5

Correspondence from trainmaster

Box 5

Correspondence from master mechanic

Box 5

Firemen used as engr.-Not free agent.

Box 5

Bulletins from trainmaster

Box 5

25 miles not notified of Annulment Paid

Box 5

Time last acct. of annulling yard job Juno

Box 5

Misc. Correspondence

Box 5

Auto use rate 9 cents per mile

Box 5

E.F. Close. Handling own caboose-Adams.

Box 5

Dead heading improper firemen Eckman

Box 5

CNW road crews switching at Elroy yard

Box 5

Madden case withdrawal

Box 5

Mohns Difference in pay

Box 5

Doubling train at Elroy 472 12a 16b Dorn

Box 5

Taking job after calling time Dorn

Box 5

Hostling by forman acct. Merillan Eckman

Box 5

Way freight rate

Box 5

Time limit on continuous claims Article 43(b) (4)

Box 5

Switching time at Marshfield

Box 5

Klohs + Grawen-Switching own trains in Elroy yard

Box 5

Letters to trainmaster job assignments

Box 5

Rate Sheets-Engineers May 13-Oct 1, 1971

Box 5

Rates 1972, 1973

Box 5

Quarter Reports First Quarter 1971

Box 5

Passenger Runs for Altoona-528-501—508511; 514-515.

Box 5

Picking up at Dellwood A.C. Henning

Box 5

Memorandum of trips made by Engrs. And Firemen on the respective Railroads on inter-railroad runs during the year 1955…

Box 5

528 and 511. Claims submitted account bulletin No. 85 violated E&F current schedule establishing two crew assignment of 103 miles per day.

Box 5

Bulletins

Box 5

Reduced mileage agreement effective 1933 to 1938

Box 5

Wagner- 200 miles paid using BAKM firing.

Box 5

Fireman paid. 50 mile runaround.

Box 5

Fireman not called Brakeman called for vacancy firing.

Box 5

Road crews hostling at Altoona.

Box 5

Exchanging Engineers U.E. Dewits

Box 5

Pay claims lost by Kujawa

Box 5

Hostling own engine Henning + Miller

Box 5

Road Crew Hostling own engine at Adams Holden + Gilbert

Box 5

Final Term Delay 1st service not good. Eckman

Box 5

Setting out at Wyeville on pass 4 miles Gilbert + Dewits

Box 5

Using demoted engineer at Elroy, Millard Claim paid

Box 5

Run Around claim paid Livermore and Grawen

Box 5

Calling improper demoted engineer Schoettes

Box 5

Dead Head Claim-To Van Patten Holden + Gorell-Paid

Box 5

Claim 25 miles Olldenberg Investigation Paid Gilbert

Box 5

Selling author pass at Wyeville (4a 1c) Volkman + Dorn

Box 5

Ordering job later than bulletin. Lynch

Box 5

Trainmasters operating engines

Box 5

Close + Eauckson Dead head + 100 miles Troop movement

Box 5

Picking up at Wyeville. J.K. Henning + Kurschmer

Box 5

Detention time at Adams Ambers + Kunes

Box 5

Difference in pay-to Van Patten

Box 5

Mim. pass day rule 2 Grawin-Paid

Box 5

Calling man not related. Claim paid. Juno

Box 5

Mim. Day Claims 510-511

Box 5

Picking up at Dellwood and Cutler. Claim of E.A. Bredsen & R.H. Dorn for 100 miles at Sw. Train rate.

Box 5

Pilot service-claims. C&NW circus trains operating between Elroy and Wyeville. No engineer pilot furnished-Conductor pilot, piloted the engineer, Elroy to Wyeville 1955 cases.

Box 5

Pilot service-Hersy Helper. No Conductor Pilot available-Fireman acted as pilot

Box 5

Outside Hostler rate in addition to day as engine watchman Eckman claim acct. Two classes of service.

Box 5

More than one class of road service. Claims for extra switching time in addition to regular trip on trains 170 and 169 between Marshfield and Merrillan

Box 5

Messenger Eau Claire Yard Engine. Each week end when towed on Saturday nights to Altoona and on Monday mornings to Eau Claire.

Box 5

Arth. J. Klaks Case. When off on forward reduction-claim for July 2, 1937, account a junior Man being used in place of him on switch engine.

Box 5

More than one class of road service. Claims for extra switching time in addition to regular trip on extra to Mondovi line, between Fairchild and Mondovi. Guthrie Award

Box 5

Hostling Service at Elroy. Claim of E.A. Mohne for 100 miles on account using yard crew to perform hostling service.

Box 5

Hostling claims at Marshfield Hostled engine on train 109 and engine on trains 170-169.

Box 5

Hostling Service. Claim for overtime rate account 2nd tour of duty within 24 hours. Dead Claims-withdrawn or not handled.

Box 5

Geo D. Holden. Claim for 100 miles S.T. and 32 miles O.T. account not called to mann engine 406 towed light to Fall Creek to Altoona. Jan 7, 1948.

Box 5

James Gallagher & E.A. Mohns. Claim for doubling heading passenger train No. 515 Merrillan to Altoona, when operating train 108-109 Mfld-Alt-Mfld. December 14, 1949.

Box 5

Extra Board firemen’s claims. For not being called to messenger engine 333 Altoona to Eau Claire to Altoona.

Box 5

H.R. Wittren-Difference in pay between passenger rate and Way Freight rate. Trains 108-109 and 167-168.

Box 5

F.K. Henning-Fireman. Claim for 100 miles at yard rate in addition to regular trip account double head end of train over from track to track 3 at Adams yard, on train 400 extra May 29, 1955.

Box 5

Detention time-Assigned service H.R. Wittren

Box 5

R.I. Gilbert-Fireman. Claim for 208 miles account not being called for extra to Elroy in the turn represented by the C&NW fireman, October 24, 1955.

Box 5

Detention claims 22-21 Elroy

Box 5

Rule 23 (r) Exchanging engines en route minimum of one hour.

Box 5

Alleged switching performed at Elroy yard by C&NW Road Crew, claim of H.R. Corsaw and Fireman A.F. Dallman 100 miles at yard rate.Claims paid.

Box 5

Temporary vacancies hostling service… How filled.

Box 5

Article No. 4 and 7. Switching and blocking own train at Merrillan by road crews in thru freight service.

Box 5

Elroy-Yard-CHICAGO & NORTH WESTERN

Box 5

Work Passes for Firemen

Box 5

Chain-Gang Board-Altoona. Complaint of Fireman Arth. L. Henning, not work enough for 3 crews.

Box 5

Altoona yard job-6:00 PM to 2:00 AM. Claim for a yard day in addition to regular tour of duty account yard assignment not being started in conformity with current schedule.

Box 5

Two miles in addition to the 4 miles now allowed when required to yard train in new yard at Mfld. When road crew is required connection to joint Soo and C&NW main track to return to depot.

Box 5

Watching engines after tying up in Road Service.

Box 5

Third week vacation-requested by F.F. Gorell, O.J. Stewart, Geo. L. Juno, Lloyd G.. Lenz. 1954 case.-All claims.

Box 5

Carl F. Volkman-Fireman. Denied, or not called for pilot service at Elroy July 1948.

Box 5

C.F. Volkman-Fireman. Claim for 422 miles at passenger rate account denied to fire 400 and 401 on May 16, 1955.

Box 5

Hostling claims at Altoona 1953-1954 Article 21.

Box 5

C.F. Volkman Livermore final terminal delay.

Box 5

Two classes of service Corsaw & Dellman used to double head 514 tunnel to Elroy.

Box 5

Time & One half account working 16 hrs. in yard service. W.C. Eckman

Box 5

Final terminal delay, Menomonie city terminal delay claims for watching engine until relieved by watchman-Menomonie line

Box 5

C+NW Road Crews switching at Marshfield yard. Mohns-Eckman.

Box 5

H.R. Corsaw, Engr. & A.F. Dellman, Fire. Claim for a yard day account C&NW road crew made up own train in Elroy yard and tied yard crew up. Yard service claims.

Series 2: Call books

Records of shifts worked by employees. Provides date, time of departure, and names of crew members deployed.

Dates: 1959-1972

Extent: 1 linear foot (1 records carton)

Container

Contents

Dates

Box 6

Call books

1959, 1961-1964, 1970-1972

Series 3: Membership records

Includes employment seniority lists and union membership button lists. Also includes membership rolls from the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers Subdivision No. 241, presumably of Altoona, Wis. Dates: 1884-1996

Extent: 4 folders (0.4 linear ft.)

Container

Contents

Dates

Box / Folder 7/1

Membership Button Lists, BLF & E

1957-1968

Box / Folder 7/2-3

Seniority Lists, Chicago and Northwestern Railway Northern

1926-1996

Box / Folder 7/4

Membership Records, Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers

1884-1945

Series 4: Miscellaneous records

Includes financial audits, a small set of meeting minutes, governing documents, labor agreements, fragmentary correspondence, and other assorted documents.

Dates: 1923-1995

Extent: 12 folders (0.6 linear ft.)

Container

Contents

Dates

Box / Folder 7/5-6

Financial Audits

1958-1958

Box / Folder 7/7

Meeting Minutes

1959-1962

Box / Folder 7/8

Labor Agreements

1942-1968

Box / Folder 7/9

Inspection Rules

1962-1967

Box / Folder 7/10

General Regulations and Safety Rules

1959-1967

Box / Folder 7/11

“Due Process on the Railroads” by Joseph Lazar

1953

Box / Folder 7/12

Constitution and By-laws of the International Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers

1991

Box / Folder 7/13

United Transportation Union Constitutions

1968-1979

Box / Folder 7/14

Misc. Correspondence

1923-1980

Box / Folder 7/15

Misc. Legislative Documents

1926-1979

Box / Folder 7/16

Miscellaneous

1924-1995

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