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Fonds RC0166 - United Mine Workers of America, Local 13083 (Hamilton, ON) fonds

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United Mine Workers of America, Local 13083 (Hamilton, ON) fonds

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RC0166

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  • 1945-1973 (Creation)

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20 cm of textual records

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United Mine Workers of America, Local 13083 (Hamilton, ON) (1945-)

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On 8 January 1946 the Canadian Industrial Workers Union, Canadian Congress of Labour, Local 2, voted to dissolve itself and be reconstituted as the United Mine Workers of America, District 50, Canadian Chemical Division, Local 13083. An earlier vote in 1945 had failed to gain agreement. Members of the local were employed by Canadian Industries Ltd. (C-I-L), General Chemicals Division.

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The fonds consists of certification documents, memoranda of agreement, submissions to a Board of Conciliation by both union and company, an arbitration file, and contract negotiations and correspondence. There is one issue of a newsletter, Acid Drips, from 1945.

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The fonds was acquired from the United Steelworkers District 6 office in January 1999. It is part of a much larger accession (11-1999) that consists of records of USWA District 6 and various locals.

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RC0166

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