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Department of Labor Administration Division, Commissioner's Office: Special Subjects File


Correspondence and reports concerning agencies or organizations to which the commissioner of labor belonged or in which he had an interest. Also includes correspondence with other labor commissioners, governors, and state officials.

Title

Department of Labor Administration Division, Commissioner's Office: Special Subjects File

Collection Number

MARS ID 10.5

Date(s)

1932-1954

Language

English

Physical Description
12.0 fibredex boxes
Physical Description
Fibredex boxes
12.00
Abstract

Correspondence and reports concerning agencies or organizations to which the commissioner of labor belonged or in which he had an interest. Also includes correspondence with other labor commissioners, governors, and state officials.

Creator

United States. Dept. of Labor.

Repository

State Archives of North Carolina


In order received.


Collection is open for research; records stored offsite, requires additional retrieval time; advanced notice required for Saturday access.


Originally the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the North Carolina Department of Labor was created in 1887 by the North Carolina General Assembly. The Department of Labor has since grown into an agency which administers laws and programs affecting the citizens of North Carolina. Today, the North Carolina Department of Labor is charged with promoting the "health, safety, and general well-being" of the working people in the state.


[Identification of item], Department of Labor Administration Division, Commissioner's Office: Special Subjects File, 1932-1954 (MARS 10.5), North Carolina State Archives, Raleigh, NC, USA.


Correspondence and reports concerning agencies or organizations to which the commissioner of labor belonged or in which he had an interest. Includes Board of Elections, Education Commission, Veterans Loan Fund Board, State Planning Board, Disaster Committee, State Fair, Committee to Study the Needs of the Negro, Committee to Study Legislation Concerning the Employment of Women and Minors, Governor's Conference, the legislature, Democratic Party, Democratic Executive Committee, Kiwanis Club, Community Chest, and United World Federalists. Also includes correspondence with other labor commissioners, governors, and state officials.