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Fonds RC0151 - International Union of Painters and Allied Trades. Local 205 (Hamilton, Ont.) fonds

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International Union of Painters and Allied Trades. Local 205 (Hamilton, Ont.) fonds

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RC0151

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  • 1899-1995 (Creation)

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1.35 m of textual records.

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International Union of Painters and Allied Trades. Local 205. (Hamilton, Ont.) (1900-)

Administrative history

Local 205 received its charter on 27 June 1900 from the Brotherhood of Painters and Decorators of America. Meetings to organize the local began in August 1899, after the failure of Local 27. Members of Local 205 work for a variety of different contractors. This history of Local 205 has been written in two-coil bound, mimeographed books. The first one is located with the fonds and was written by George McMenemy. The second book has been catalogued for Archives and Research Collections. The International Brotherhood of Painter and Allied Trades officially changed its name to International Union of Painters and Allied Trades, in August, 1999, to better reflect its membership of men and women.

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Fonds consists of collective agreements, financial statements, dues books, cancelled cheques, minute books and photocopies of historic material. There have been 8 accruals (03-1995, 09-1995, 36-1995, 65-1995, 12-1996, 4-1997, 02-1998, 26-2002).

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First accrual donated by George McMenemy, Ontario Labour Relations Board, Toronto, July 1995. Second accrual obtained from Fred Farkas, Local 205, I.B.A.T. Third and fourth accruals acquired from Hamilton Public Library, with other labour-related materials. These accruals were found in the attic of a burning house by Hamilton firefighters who brought what they had saved to the Hamilton Public Library. Fifth, sixth, seventh and eighth accruals donated by George McMenemy.

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First Accrual: Online Finding Aid
Second Accrual: Online Finding Aid
Third Accrual: Online Finding Aid
Fourth Accrual: Online Finding Aid
Fifth & Sixth Accrual: Online Finding Aid
Seventh Accrual: Online Finding Aid
Eighth Accrual: Online Finding Aid

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RC0151

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