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Identifier: R-MC 090


Material generated and collected by the staff and members of the RCAAUP, the bargaining agent of faculty, teaching assistants, and graduate assistants at Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey. Material pertains to bargaining and negotiations with the administration of Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey.

Identifier: R-MC 083

Abstract: The Ardath W. Burks Papers are those maintained and created by Ardath W. Burks, Rutgers University administrator and Professor of Asian Studies. The papers contain material relating to both Burks's personal and public activities. Personal activities relate to his family and home life. His relationship with Japan, manifested in many ways, dominates his public activities; Burks's education, military service, promotion of positive relationships between Japan and the United States, and his...
Identifier: R-MC 115

Abstract: The George Meisler Papers consist of primarily textual materials that chronicle Meisler's mid-twentieth-century career as a labor advocate, consultant, editor, educator, mediator, researcher, and student. Among the activities represented in the papers are Meisler's efforts as a proponent of civil rights and his affiliation with various governmental and professional organizations, such as the Association of Labor Mediation Agencies, the New Jersey State Board of Mediation, and the Retail...
Identifier: MC 2

Abstract: Harrison A. Williams, Jr. (1919 - 2001) represented New Jersey in the U.S. Senate from 1959 until 1982. He also served in the House of Representatives from 1953 through 1956. A member of the Democratic Party, Williams held leadership positions on the Committee on Labor and Human Resources, the Special Committee on Aging, the Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs, and the Select Committee on Small Business, among others. The Williams papers consist of legislative working files and...
Identifier: MC 690

Abstract: Records generated by James B. Carey, the International Union of Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers's first president, and his key executive assistants during the union's formative years. Important subject areas include: the UE/IUE split; labor and the left, domestic anti-communism, and government security during the McCarthy era; Korean War defense production programs and administration; collective bargaining and negotiations involving General Electric, Westinghouse, General Motors, Radio...
Identifier: R-MC 111

Abstract: The Jack Chernick Papers consist of primarily textual records that chronicle Chernick's career as an arbitrator, educator, labor commissioner and researcher over a period of more than thirty years. They document Chernick's accomplishments as a mediator for the American Arbitration Association, his professional interest in, and efforts in support of, the Comprehensive Employment and Training Act, and his service with the New Jersey Public Employment Relations Commission. The Papers also...
Identifier: R-MC 048


Textual materials gathered and created by James P. Begin that document the establishment and early history of faculty collective bargaining and the establishment of a chapter of the American Association of University Professors (AAUP) at Rutgers University.

Identifier: MC 1434

Abstract: The New Jersey Women's Equity Action League existed from 1971 through 1981 as a division of the Women's Equity Action League (WEAL). The New Jersey division worked to end sex-segregated classified advertisements, to increase the number of women students in veterinary schools, to monitor the records of pharmaceutical companies in employing women (as well as their depiction of women in medical journal advertising), to fight discriminatory credit policies, to study the number of women employed...
Identifier: R-MC 112

Abstract: The Norman Eiger Papers consist of primarily textual records that chronicle Eiger's twenty-six year career as an educator and student of labor movements throughout the world. In particular, the Papers document Eiger's faculty and administrative affiliation with the Rutgers University Institute of Management and Labor Relations (IMLR, now the School of Management and Labor Relations, SMLR), where Eiger served as chair of the Department of Labor Education and director of the Labor Education...
Identifier: MC 1197

Abstract: Rutgers University Special Collections and University Archives became the final repository for the records and other ephemera of the IUE 401 Edison, NJ local chapter in early 2004. Local 401 was established to advocate the rights of Frigidaire Company employees. 401 also conducted business with Home Comfort Products, Edison Products Co., and White-Westinghouse. The following series have been created to group the documents: Administration, Contracts & Negotiations, Correspondence,...