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This index also includes references to substantive annotations in previous volumes that are not repeated here; for instance, the reference to the American Industries annotation in volume three appears in this index as 3:343n; and the glossary entry for Joseph Barondess in volume 3 appears in this index as 3:*.

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A (Asterisks indicate glossary entries)

Abrams, Jessie E., 99, 102n

Abrams, L. N., 69n; letter from, 67-69

Adamson, William C., 15, 16- 17n

AFL. See American Federation of Labor

Ahearn, Mr., 285n

Albert I, 563, 567n

Alexander, Joshua, 213n

Alifas, Nels P., 19, 21n

The Alleged Shortage of Labor, 240n

Allen, Clay, 398-99, 400n

Allen, Jacob S., 8:185n, 103n

All-Russian Council of Workers' and Soldiers' Deputies, 90n

Alpine, John R.,* 104, 105n, 421, 519n, 546n; and Cantonment Adjustment Commission, 114, 204; elected AFL vice-president, 475; and Liberty Loan drive, 543, and Norfolk Navy Yard strike, 223n; letters from, 544-48; letter to, 520-23

Alschuler, Samuel B., 280n, 304n

Altschuler, Modest, 130, 134n

Aluminum Castings Co., 365

Aluminum Ore Co., 152-53n

American Alliance for Labor and Democracy, 160-61n, 227, 228n, 236-38, 238n, 357; AFL endorsement of, 258-62, 262n, 264; Bastille Day celebrations of, 495, 496n; Committee on Public Information financial support of, 160-61n, 161-62, 313n, 382-83, 495-96, 496-97n, 499n; convention, 1917 (Minneapolis), 192, 194n, 206, 236-37, 240-41n, 260; declarations of, 192, 210-13; founding of, 159-60, 160n, 206, 226; and Labor Loyalty Week, 311, 312-13n, 324, 330n; organization of, 161-62, 163n; pledge, 261, 263n; questions about revenue of, 240-41, 241n; Washington's Birthday celebrations of, 313n, 363n

American Ambulance in Russia, 129, 134n

American Can Co., antitrust case against, 322, 323n

American Civil Liberties Union, 485n

American Committee for the Encouragement of Democratic Government in Russia, 89-90n

American entry into World War I: opposition to, 5, 22, 33- 35; SG and, 3-4, 4n, 49, 536

American Industries, 3:343n, 390

American Federation of Labor (AFL): conventions, date of, 257-58, 258n; endorsement of American Alliance for Labor and Democracy, 258-62, 262n, 264; legal department, 47; militarism, opposition to, 35, 38, 43; and military intelligence, collection of, 434-36, 436n; officers, election of, 266-67, 475; peace principles of, 309, 353, 355n, 472-73, 473-74n, 531, 551; reconstruction program of, 356-57, 357-58n, 471-72, 472n; Wilson addresses 1917 convention of, 255, 255n

--Building Trades Department, 6:175n, 452

--conventions: 1890 (Detroit), 260, 263n; 1891 (Birmingham, Ala.), 346, 350n; 1909 (Toronto), 250, 251n; 1913 (Seattle), 9:21n, 535, 538n; 1914 (Philadelphia), 9:28n, 538n; 1916 (Baltimore), 9, 11, 13n; 1917, (Buffalo), 148n, 283, 309, 346-47, 350n, 353, 422, 473; accounts of, 257-67; 1918 (St. Paul), 357n, 430, 431-32n, 463n, 477-78, 518n; accounts of, 463-75; 1919 (Atlantic City), 438n, 475, 475n

--Executive Council: meeting with representatives of Mexican labor movement, 10; and outbreak of war with Germany, 4n; letter from, 121-22; letters to, 3-4, 13-14, 17-20, 104-5, 407, 503-4, 544-46; statement of, 352-55

--Executive Council, meetings of: Mar. 1917, 20, 22n, 39, 44n; minutes of, 23-38; Apr. 1917, 81n; minutes of, 80-81; Oct. 1917, 255n; Feb. 1918, 331n; minutes of, 345-50, 352-55; May 1918, 430, 431n; July 1918, 498, 499n; Nov. 1918, 545, 546n, 547, 568

--federal labor unions (FLU): FLU 7087 (Belleville, Ill.), 110n; FLU 12,776 (Washington, D.C.), 229, 231n; FLU 16,534 (Boston), 542n

--local unions, directly affiliated (LU): of railroad helpers and laborers, 427, 431n; LU 12,755 (stenographers and typists, Chicago), 82n; LU 14,268 (stenographers and typists, Kansas City, Kans.), 64n; wire from, 62-63; LU 14,569 (hat trimmers, New York City), 9:110n, 468n; LU 15,155 (office janitors, Chicago), 215-17, 218n; LU 15,277 (coal trimmers, Sewell's Point and Norfolk County, Va.), 177, 177n; 15,298 (porters and bootblacks, Granite City, Madison, and Venice, Ill.), 134-35, 136n; LU 15,403 (cereal mill employees, Cedar Rapids, Iowa), 368, 369n; LU 15,850 (hat trimmers, Newark, N.J.), 468n; LU 15,899 (railroad helpers and laborers, Hamlet, N.C.), 494n; LU 15,920 (railroad helpers and laborers, Grand Junction, Colo.), 505, 505n

--Metal Trades Department, 7:368n, 207n

--Mining Department, 8:368n, 374

--mission to Europe (fall 1918), 468, 470n, 492-93, 503-4, 504n, 506, 520-23, 525-27, 529-37, 537n, 540, 541n, 543, 546n, 549-54, 554-55n, 557-58, 560-65

--mission to Europe (spring 1918), 332, 333n, 356n, 445-46, 463-66, 468-69, 471n, 504

--mission to Mexico (1918), 498, 499n

--needle trades department, proposed, 373-74, 374n, 379-80

--organizers, 176-77, 177n, 186n, 424, 426, 430, 431-32n; harassment of, 149, 224, 403-4, 516-18, 518n ( see also Organizers, harassment of); letters from, 213-18, 223-25, 299-304, 330-31, 485-90; letters to, 245-46, 252-53, 280-84; wire from, 279; wire to, 170

--Railway Employes' Department, 8:253n, 18

American Federation of Labor Reconstruction Program, 358n

American Labor's Position in Peace or in War, 22n, 39-44, 44n, 203, 212, 226, 263-64n, 283, 560

American Labor Union, 4:453n, 260, 264

American League to Aid and Cooperate with Russia, 313n; conference, minutes of, 507-12

American Red Cross, 383-84; SG and, 384n

American Sheet and Tin Plate Co., 69-70n

American Steel Foundries, 152n

American Steel Foundries v. Tri-City Central Trades Council et al., 252, 253n

American Union against Militarism, 9:433n, 485n

Anderson, Edward E.,* 58n; wire from, 57-58; wire to, 58

Anderson, John F., 19, 21n

Anderson, Mary, 82n; letter from, 482-83; wire from, 81-82

Ansonia case, 281, 284n

Appleton, William A.,* 294n, 309n, 521-22, 537; cable to, 309; letters from, 292-94, 445-46, 492-93

Arbitration, compulsory, SG and, 15

Argentina, 10

Arizona copper miners' strike (1917), 125, 126n, 148-49, 167-68, 259, 262, 301, 321, 323-24n, 336-39

Arizona State Federation of Labor, 9:468n; 265; convention, 1917 (Clifton), 172-74, 175n

Armistice, 568, 568n

Armour meatpacking company, 152n

Armour, Mr., 285n

Asian workers, 37, 266n

Austria-Hungary, 559, 568n; conditions in, 342; peace proposal of, 564, 567n

Avanti!, 551, 555n, 561-62

B

Babson, Roger W., 496, 496-97n

Bache-Denman Coal Co., 323n

Baden, Max von, 543n

Bailey v. Drexel Furniture Co., 499n

Baine, Charles L.,* 470n, 547, 548n, 549-50

Baker, Newton D., 9:512n, 116, 245, 274, 285n; and cantonment agreement, 114, 115n, 171-72n, 204; and clothing workers, 151n, 204, 335; and Houston mutineers, 327n; and meatpackers' strike, threatened, 280n, 442; and President's Mediation Commission, 194-95; and Puerto Rico, conditions in, 438n; and "Work or Fight" draft provision, 451n, 514n, 539, 540n; letters to, 182-84, 363-65, 450

Bakhmeteff, Boris A., 128n, 129-30, 133, 134n

Balch, Emily G., 4:195n, 94n; wire from, 93

Balfour, Arthur, 72n

Ball, Elmer E., 404, 404n

Ballard, Samuel T., 94, 96n

Bankhead, John, 288n

Barbers' International Union of America, Journeymen,* 475n

Barnes, George N.,* 520, 524n

Barnes, J. Mahlon,* 258, 261, 262n, 263-64

Baroff, Abraham,* 62n; letter from, 61-62

Barondess, Joseph, 3:*, 156-57n

Barrett, James J., 242, 243n

Baruch, Bernard M., 21n, 137, 137- 38n, 412

Bass, Robert P., 476n; wire to, 476

Bates, Edward A., 8:327n, 328

Battle, C. M., 372n

Baum, Jacob D., 273, 278n

Beeks, Gertrude B., 6:387n, 52n, 73, 74n, 141

Belgium, 88, 112, 200-201, 559; commission to U.S., 72n; socialists in, 356n

Belinski, Konstany, 216, 218n

Bellaire, Arthur, 460n; letter from, 459-60

Bellamy, Albert,* 522, 524n

Berger, Victor L., 9:*, 90n

Bernstorff, Johann von, 274, 278n

Berres, Albert J.,* 19, 21n, 53, 221, 361; letter from, 86- 87; letter to, 360-62; wire to, 360

Berry, David, 156-57n

Berry, George L.,* 259, 261, 262n, 333n

Bevin, Ernest,* 445, 447n

Bielaski, A. Bruce, 243n, 298n, 480, 481n

Billings, Frank, 310, 312n

Birmingham (Ala.) Metal Trades Council: strike (1918), 376- 77, 378n, 385-86, 440-41

Birmingham (Ala.) Trades Council, 518n

Bisbee, deportations from, 126n, 148-49, 150n, 168, 172-75, 175-76n, 183, 224, 248, 321, 323-24n, 336-39

Bissolati, Leonida, 552, 556n

Black, Thomas, 265, 266n

Blackman, William,* 318n, 361, 363n

Blacksmiths and Helpers, International Brotherhood of,* 21n, 502n

Black workers, 180, 215-17, 218n, 516-17; AFL and, 109, 134- 35, 176-77, 177n, 249, 330-31, 345-50, 350n, 358-59, 421-31, 431-32n, 461-63, 463n, 491-92, 492n, 541-42, 542n; migration from South, 103-4, 109, 131, 133n, 152-53n, 216; SG and, 103-4, 109-10, 131, 136n, 142, 152-53n, 324-27, 331n, 366-67, 368n, 371-72, 372n, 421-22, 427-31, 459-60, 460n, 494

Blaine, Elbert F., 398, 400n

Blanton, Thomas L., 454n, 459n; letter from, 453-54; letter to, 456-59

Board of Control of Labor Standards in Army Clothing, 139n, 151n, 335, 336n

Board of labor adjustment, 74-75, 75n, 80-81, 81n

Board of Railroad Wages and Working Conditions, 320n, 382n

Boer War, 5:122n, 200, 526

Bohm, Ernest,* 127, 127-28n, 156-57n; letter from, 127; letter to, 392-95; wire to, 392

Boiler Makers, Iron Ship Builders, and Helpers of America, International Brotherhood of,* 21n, 170n, 429, 502n; and black workers, 541-42, 542n; jurisdiction of, 406n; local 33 (Quincy, Mass.), 541, 542n; local 298 (Portsmouth, Va.), 177n

Bolsheviks, 275, 279n, 342-44, 435, 507-10, 512n, 561, 563

Boot and Shoe Workers' Union,* 82n, 374

Borah, William E., 8:380n, 310, 507

Borland, William P., 454n

Boston Central Labor Union, 1:166n, 155n

Boston Post, letter to, 444-45

Bottomley, Charles M., 209n; wire to, 208-9

Bowen, William J.,* 470n, 503, 504n, 562

Bowerman, Charles W.,* 71, 72n, 497

Bowles, Francis T., 452, 453n

Brandeis, Louis D., 6:83n, 144, 512n

Branting, Karl H., 7:486n, 90n

Brest Litovsk, treaty of, 344-45n, 353, 355n, 564

Bricklayers', Masons', and Plasterers' International Union of America,* 567n

Bridge, Structural, and Ornamental Iron Workers, International Association of,* 170n, 266n, 502n; jurisdiction of, 171, 171-72n, 405, 406n

Briggs, Riley R., 187, 189n

Brindell, Robert P., 9:292n, 360

Brock, James F., 9:*, 470n

Brooklyn Navy Yard, wage rates at, 52-53, 54n, 86-87, 87n

Browder, Earl, 64n

Browder, Marguerite, 64n; letter to, 62-63

Browder, Ralph, 64n

Browder, William, 64n

Brown, Ashmun N., 154, 154n

Brown, Elon, 77n

Brown, Fred W., 149; letter from, 223-25

Brown, George R., 304

Brown, Jay G.,* 245, 246n, 259, 262n, 266n; letter to, 252- 53

Bru P re, Robert W., 112, 114n, 116; letter from, 411-12

Brumbaugh, Martin G., 99, 102n, 124, 125n, 204

Bryan, William E.,* 281, 285n

Buckler, William H., 554n; letter from, 549-54

Buck's Stove and Range Co. cases, 7:249-50n, 253

Buffurton, George, letter from, 459-60

Bulgaria, 568n

Burke, John P.,* 259, 262n

Burleson, Albert S., 8:495n, 482n, 514-15, 515n

Burnquist, Joseph A., 240, 241n

Butler, Joseph, letter from, 459-60

Butte (Mont.) metal mine workers' union, 9:155n, 125-26, 126-27n

Butte (Mont.) miners' strike (1917), 126, 126-27n

Butterworth, Joshua, 309n, 537, 538n

Byoir, Carl, 495-96, 496n, 498

C

Cabrini, Angiolo, 552, 555n

Cahan, Abraham, 3:*, 157n

Cainey, Mr., 188

Caldara, Emilio, 551, 555n

Campbell, Earl A., 505, 505n

Campbell, Thomas E. (government agent), 480, 481n

Campbell, Thomas E. (governor), 150n, 338, 339n

Cambrai, 562

Cambrai, battle of, 293, 294n

Canfield, F. A., 369n

Cannon, Joseph D., 8:286n, 259, 262, 262n, 266n; wire from, 93

Cannon, Joseph G., 3:20n, 434n

Cantonment Adjustment Commission, 114, 115n

Cantonment construction agreement, 114, 119, 119n, 128, 171, 176, 193n, 204, 229, 232-34, 314, 365, 526; extension of, 115n, 171, 172n, 193n, 204, 229

Cantonments, 115n

Caporetto, 343

Caporetto, battle of, 292, 294n

Capps, Washington L., 207n, 220, 221n

Carberry, C. B., 445n

Carey, David A.,* 265, 266n

Carlton, Newcomb, 486, 490n, 515

Carnegie Peace Association, 268

Carpenter, Herbert L., 310, 312-13n, 512n

Carpenters and Joiners of America, United Brotherhood of,* 96n, 230, 233-35, 317-18, 318-19n, 359; jurisdiction of, 171, 171-72n, 405, 406n; local 398 (Lewiston, Idaho), 186n; local 1039 (Cedar Rapids, Iowa), 368, 369n; strikes: 1917 (nationwide, threatened), 171, 171-72n; 1918 (Baltimore), 359-60, 362n; 1918 (Beaumont and Orange, Tex.), 317-18, 318n; 1918 (Norfolk), 409-10, 410n, 411; 1918 (Staten Island, N.Y.), 359-60, 362n; Washington, D.C., district council, 84n

Carranza, Venustiano, 9:160n, 499n, 545

Carrizal (Chihuahua), battle at, 9:426n, 10

Carry, Edward F., 209n, 221, 221n

Carter, William S.,* 251n, 321n; letter from, 249-51

Caruso, Enrico, 451, 452n

Castelli, Vincent, 180n; letter to, 180

Cavanagh, Thomas, 136n

Cavis, Charles N., 337-38, 339n

Chamberlain, George E., 64n, 310, 312n

Château-Thierry, battle of, 565, 567n

Chicago Building Trades Council, 3:359n, 502n

Chicago Defender, article in, 358-59

Chicago Federation of Labor, 4:159n, 177n, 5, 215-16, 218, 280n, 387, 502n

Chicago packinghouse workers, organization of, 214-16, 218n

Child labor, 85-86, 86n, 497, 499n

Chile, 10-11

Chillicothe (Ohio) Central Labor Union, 129n

Chillicothe (Ohio) Trades and Labor Council, 129n

China, U.S. relations with, 37

Chinese workers, exclusion of, 37

Chism, Clarence A., 19, 22n

Chkheidze, Nikolai S., 45-46n; cable to, 45

Christman, Elisabeth,* 82n; wire from, 81-82

Church, Thomas L., 278n

Churchill, Winston, 537n

Cigar Makers' International Union of America,* 243n, 261, 264, 346, 350n

Citizenship, AFL and, 265, 266n; AFL Executive Council and, 266n; SG and, 449-50

Civil War, 52, 200-201, 559

Clabaugh, Hinton, 69-70n, 242, 243n, 297

Clark, James B. "Champ," 8:258n, 13-14, 14n

Clarke, John H., 144, 147n

Clemenceau, Georges, 563, 567n

Clemmons, Ralph, 430, 432n

Cleveland, Grover, 2:127n, 166n

Closed shop, 119, 119n, 155n, 209, 230, 232, 318n, 376

Clothing Workers of America, Amalgamated,* 46-47, 48n, 138, 139n, 150; strikes: 1917 (New York City), 336n; 1918 (New York City), 335, 336n

Clough, Arthur H., 567n

Clowry, Robert C., 515, 515n

Clyde Steamship Co. v. Walker, 144, 147n

Coates, David C.,* 388, 389-90n; letter from, 418-19

Coates, Sarah Pearce (Mrs. David Coates), 419n

Coffin, Howard E., 21n, 38n; meeting with AFL Executive Council, 23-31

Collins, F. A., 158n

Commercial Acid Co., 152n

Committee on Industrial Relations, 9:422n, 106

Committee on Public Information, 156n, 403, 498; and American Alliance for Labor and Democracy, 160-61n, 161-62, 313n, 382-83, 495-96, 496-97n, 499n

Communications, government ownership of, 340-41

Conard, Harry J., 365n; letter from, 365

Conboy, Sara A.,* 467, 468n

Condon, Stephen J., 434n; letter to, 432-33

Confédération Générale du Travail, 7:479n, 540, 541n, 550-51

Confederazione Generale del Lavoro, 551, 555n

Connecticut, and labor standards, maintenance of, 76, 77n

Conscientious objectors, SG and, 270

Conscription: AFL and, 42-43, 265, 266n; opposition to, 30, 35-36, 62, 64n, 93, 93n, 216, 219n, 265, 397-98, 400n; provisions for, 29-30, 64n; SG and, 36-38, 272-73; use of, against strikes, 337-39

Continental Can Co., 99

Coolidge, Calvin, 243n

Coolidge, Louis, 221n

Cooney, Neil, 489, 490n

Coonley, Howard, 453n

Copperheads, 160, 161n

Corn Products Refining Co., antitrust case against, 322, 323n

Coronado Coal Co., 323n

Coronado Coal Co. et al. v. United Mine Workers of America et al., 323n

Costa Rica, 11

Cost of living, 110-12, 117, 259

Cotton Manufacturers Association, 51

Council of National Defense, 18, 20-21n, 87, 112, 115-17, 305; and AFL, 464; and board of labor adjustment, 74-75, 75n, 80; Committee on Women's Defense Work, 97-98, 98n; creation of, 20n, 96; and labor standards, maintenance of, 54-56, 56-57n, 57-58, 58n, 59-60, 60n, 65-67, 76, 77n, 85, 91, 95, 98-102, 123, 174, 193n, 282-83, 285n, 458; and President's Mediation Commission, 189n, 194, 205; and timber workers, 184; and vocational training, 277; and War Industries Board, 412n; and war labor program, 334n; and women workers, 96-98; letter to, 121-22

--Advisory Commission, 20-21n, 31, 94-95, 112-13, 115-18, 121, 140; and board of labor adjustment, 75n; creation of, 96; and labor standards, maintenance of, 56n, 65, 76, 95; and President's Mediation Commission, 194; SG appointment to, 18, 96

--Committee on Labor, 21n, 23n, 94-96, 407; Committee on Cost of Living and Domestic Economy, 94; Committee on Welfare Work, 158; Committee on Women in Industry, 82n, 96-98, 98n, 108, 108-9n; Executive Committee, 52n, 56n, 97; Executive Committee, meeting of, 54-56, 65; fundraising efforts, 157-58, 159n; and labor standards, maintenance of, 76; meeting with Wilson, 101, 102n, 204, 282; organizational meeting of, 50-52, 52n, 54; organization of, 73, 139-41; and women workers, 81, 82n, 96-98, 98n, 108, 108-9n

Covert, Clair,* 301n, 417-18, 487; letter from, 299-301

Covington, J. Harry, 320n

Crane v. Campbell, 291n

Cranwell, Thomas G., 102n; letter to, 98-102

Crawford, George G., 441, 444n

Creel, George E., 156n, 161-62, 382-83, 496-97n, 498, 512n; letter from, 156; letter to, 495-96

Croly, Herbert, 114n

Crough, Edward, 518, 518n; letter from, 516-17

Crough, Katherine Dye (Mrs. Edward Crough), 518n

Crowder, Enoch, 451n, 540n

Crumpacker, Maurice E., 299, 301n

Cuba, 559; revolt in, 37, 39n; strikes in, 256, 257n

Culberson, Charles, 434n

Cunnea, William, 528, 529n

Curtiss Corp., 364

"Czech Legion," 512n

Czernin, Ottokar, 344, 345n

D

D'Alessandro, Domenico,* 415, 416n, 468, 470n

Daniels, Josephus, 54n, 191, 220, 222, 274, 284n; and cantonment agreement, 115n, 172n, 204; and Labor Loyalty meeting, 313n; and wages at Navy yards, 53, 86-87, 87n

Darrow, Clarence, 8:*, 237-38

Davies, Hywel, 79n

Davies, Joseph, 72n

Davis, John, 323n

Davis, William J.,* 522, 525n

Davison, Emmett C.,* 427, 431n

Dayton, Alston G., 285, 287n

Debs, Eugene V.,* 528-29, 529n, 533-34

Debs v. U.S., 529n

Declaration of Independence, 325, 559, 566

Dehan, Joseph, 329n, 543; letter to, 328-29

Dehan, Lewis, 328, 329n

Dehan, Sophia (Mrs. Joseph Dehan), 328, 329n

Democratic party, 227

Detective agencies, 391

Detroit Council of Trades and Labor Unions, 108n

Detroit Federation of Labor, 108n

Detroit Stove Works, strike against (1918-19), 447-49, 449n

Devine, Edward T., 8:332n, 157-58

Diaz, Armando, 550, 554n

Dick, John, 541-42, 542n

Diefenbach, George, 69n; letter from, 67-69

Dillard, James H., 421-23, 430, 431n, 462

Dillon, Thomas J., 154, 154n

Disque, Brice P., 245-46, 246n, 295-96, 296n, 299-301, 486- 90; letter from, 375-76; letter to, 416-18; wire to, 503

Division of Negro Economics, U.S. Department of Labor, 327, 327n, 366-67, 367n

Dobson, William,* 265, 266n

Dodge Bros., 365

Domenech, Francisco, 256, 257n

Dominion Coal Co., strike against (1909-10), 307, 308n; strike against (1918, threatened), 307-8, 308n

Donlin, John H.,* 412n, 421, 427, 431n

Donnelly, John L.,* 175n; wire to, 172-73

Dowell, Grant H., 337, 339n

Doyle, Charles W., 399, 400n

Doyle, Edward L., 9:95n, 409n; letter to, 408-9

Draft. See Conscription

Drain, Parda D., 249n; letter to, 247-49

Drew, Walter W., 8:227n, 370

Duffy, Frank,* 360, 362n, 469, 471n; elected AFL vice- president, 475

Duffy, Frank, Jr., 471n

Duffy, George, 471n

Duffy, Joseph, 471n

Duffy, William, 471n

Duncan, Charles,* 309n, 537, 538n

Duncan, James,* 38n, 44-45n, 313n, 544-45, 556-57; at AFL convention, 259, 263n, 266, 266n; at AFL Executive Council meeting, 29-31, 35, 38, 39n; elected AFL vice-president, 475; and Root mission to Russia, 72n, 120-21, 121n, 191-92, 311; cable from, 120-21; letters from, 373-74, 415-16, 528-29; letters to, 191-93, 547-48

Duncan, James (of Seattle), 474n

Durr, Karl, 90n

E

Easley, Crouch W., 59, 60n; wire from, 59

Easley, Ralph M.,* 52n, 73, 74n, 141, 511, 512n; letter to, 102-3

Eastman Kodak Co., antitrust case against, 322, 323n

East St. Louis race riots, 129-33, 133-34n, 135, 139n, 142, 151-52, 152-53n

Eckhardt, Heinrich von, 34, 38n

Edinburgh Trades Council, 533

Edmunds, George H., 347, 350n

Edwards, C. O., wire from, 163

Eight-hour day: for railroad workers, 15-16; SG and, 117, 443-44. See also Labor standards, maintenance of; Legislation, U.S., eight-hour law, congressional suspension of, proposed; Legislation, U.S., eight-hour law, presidential authority to suspend

Electrical Workers, International Brotherhood of,* 400n, 502n; local 405 (Cedar Rapids, Iowa), 368, 369n

Electrical workers, wages of, 86-87, 87n

Elliott, James D., 322, 323n

Emergency Fleet Corp., 204, 207- 8n, 209n, 220-21, 221n, 340n

Employers' Liability Cases, 145, 147n

Employers' liability legislation, 143-47, 147-48n

Employment halls, 476, 476n

Erie Railroad Co. v. Winfield, 144, 147n

Erzberger, Matthias, 344, 345n

Essex (N.J.) Trades Council, 423, 431n

Eunson, Andrew, 533, 537n

Executive Board of the Southeastern Railroads of Colored Helpers and Laborers, 371-72, 372n

F

Fairley, William R., 7:329n, 79n, 376-77, 378n

Farrel Foundry and Machine Co., 281, 284n

F.B.Q. Clothing Co., strike against (1918), 335, 336n

Featherstone, Daniel F., 361, 363n

Fédération Française des Travailleurs du Livre, 2:108n, 541n

Feick, Frederick L., 189n, 280n, 403, 404n

Fels, Joseph, 238n

Fels, Mary (Mrs. Joseph Fels), 236, 238n

Filene, Edward A., 7:462n, 310

Finley, John H., 310, 312n

Finley v. United Mine Workers of America et al., 323n

Firemen, International Brotherhood of Stationary, 8:*, 502n

First American Conference for Democracy and Terms of Peace, 93, 93n, 94

First Conference for the Maintenance of Workers' Rights and Standards, 127, 128n

Fischer, Jacob,* 475, 475n

Fisher, Frederick V., 182n; letter to, 181-82

Fisher, James H., 262, 263n

Fitzgerald, Anna, 7:299n, 218

Fitzgerald, Thomas D., 4:416n, 329

Fitzpatrick, John J.,* 5n, 215-17, 218n, 297, 327n; and packinghouse workers, organization of, 280n, 285n; letters to, 280-84, 477-79; wires from, 5, 279

Flint, Charles R., 5:368n, 89-90n

Flood, Anna (daughter of Emmet Flood), 304n

Flood, Anna (wife of Emmet Flood), 7:235n, 304

Flood, Emmet T.,* 218n; letters from, 213-18, 302-4

Flood, Emmet T., Jr., 304n

Flood, Evelyn, 304n

Flood, Helen, 304n

Flood, Henry, 8n

Flood, Marie, 304n

Flood, Raymond, 304n

Flood, Rose, 304n

Flore, Edward F.,* 180n

Flynn, John, 361

Flynn, Thomas H., 7:122n, 170, 517, 518n; wire to, 170

Food supply and prices, advisory committee on, 74, 75n

Forbis (police chief), 69-70n

Ford Motor Co., 365

Fore River Ship Building Co., 281, 284n

Forster, Rudolph, 3, 4n

Foster, William Z.,* 214-15, 218n, 280n, 302, 468, 500-502; letter from, 477-79; wire from, 279

Fourteen Points, 309, 310n, 353, 464-65, 473n, 530-32, 544n, 551, 553, 567n

France, 559; conditions in, 112, 292, 342-43, 445-46, 465- 66, 551-52; mission to U.S., 71, 72n; socialists in, 343, 356n, 446, 465, 522-23, 550-52, 554-55n, 561; wartime industrial production in, 25-26

Francis, David, 45-46n, 90n

Francis, Earl N., 167, 169n; wire to, 167-68

Frank, H. C., letter to, 340-41

Frankel, Lee, 52n

Frankfurter, Felix, 56n, 75n, 195n, 337, 546n; letter from, 74-75

Franklin, Joseph A.,* 19, 21n, 223n, 334n, 340n, 503; wire to, 340

Franklin-Bouillon, Henry, 191, 193n

Frayne, Hugh,* 61, 62n, 103n, 156-57n, 313n; letter from, 330-31

Frazier, Arthur H., 540, 541n

French, Thomas A.,* 150n; wires from, 149

Frey, John P.,* 44n, 333n, 357n, 464, 467n; and AFL mission to Europe (fall 1918), 470n, 529, 549-50, 553, 567n; and death of Sadie Gompers, 546n, 547; cable to, 546n; letters to, 332, 372-73

Friends of Russian Freedom, 129, 134n

Froats, Arthur S., letter from, 363-64

Fuel, restriction of, 316-17, 317n

Funk, August J., 188, 189n

Furuseth, Andrew,* 44n, 253, 254n

G

Gallup, N.Mex., deportations from, 167-68, 169n

Gallup-American Fuel Co., strike against (1917), 167, 169n

Garfield, Harry A., 287-88, 288n, 317n

Garland, Mahlon M.,* 16n; letter to, 15-16

Garlington, Ernest A., 114, 115n, 204

Garment Workers of America, United,* 92n, 150, 335, 336n; local 20 (New York City), 61, 62n; strike, 1917 (New York City), 62n; wages of, 61-62, 62n

Garretson, Austin B.,* 252n; letter to, 319-20

Garrod, Heathcote W., 72n

Gary, Elbert H., 8:227n, 441; wire from, 386; wire to, 385- 86

Gatewood, David, 372n

Gaylord, Winfield R., 261, 263n

General Federation of Trade Unions of Great Britain and Ireland, 5:69n, 522

General Munitions Board, 74, 75n

Gentlemen's Agreement (with Japan), 7:148n, 37

George V, 563, 567n

George J. Grant Construction Co. v. St. Paul Building Trades Council et al., 252, 253-54n

Gerard, James W., 274, 278n

Germany, 558-60, 564, 568n; compulsory labor in, 381; indemnities imposed by, 88; intrigues in Cuba, 37, 39n, 256, 257n; intrigues in U.S., 157n, 435; intrigues with Japan, 35, 37; intrigues with Mexico, 34-35, 38n; labor movement of, and war, 3, 4n, 35-36, 49, 276, 342, 344-45n, 353, 536, 566; militarism of, 88-89, 129, 132, 202, 268-71, 309, 352, 508, 558-59, 564, 566; military service in, 30; outbreak of war with U.S., 3, 4n, 12, 17, 49, 49n, 200, 202-3; peace proposals of, 543, 543-44n, 553; peace treaty with Russia, 344-45n, 353, 355n, 564; possible invasion of U.S. by, 29, 34, 37; socialists in, 89, 90n, 269-70, 275-76, 278n, 342-44, 344-45n, 508-9; spring offensive, 1918, 413, 414n; strikes in, 342, 344-45n, 353; submarine warfare of, 4n, 35, 38n, 49, 49n, 93n, 200, 326n

Germer, Adolph F.,* 510-11, 512n

Ghent, William J., 9:383n, 160, 181, 228n

Gibbs, George, 310, 312n

Gibson, J. S., 137-38n

Gifford, Walter S., 73, 73-74n, 140, 303

Giles, J. E. 469, 471n

Gill, Patrick F., 403, 404n

Gilmour, J. H., 424, 431n

Giolitti, Giovanni, 556n

Giolittism, 552, 556n

Glass, Carter, 8n

Glass Bottle Blowers' Association of the U.S. and Canada,* 540n

Glenning, Mrs. William, letter from, 219

Glennon, James H., 191-92, 193n

Globe (Ariz.) Miners' Union, Ladies' Auxiliary, 301

Glove Workers' Union of America, International,* 82n

Godfrey, Hollis, 21n

Golden, John,* 294n

Gomez, José Miguel, 39n

Gompers, Florence, 4:175n; letter from, 383-84

Gompers, Harry Boyd. See Gompers, Samuel Harry

Gompers, Henry J., 9:*, 491n

Gompers, Sadie Julian,* 491n; death of, 544-45, 546n, 547, 564-65

Gompers, Samuel: addresses, 50-52, 196-207, 267-78, 507-12, 532-37, 556-67; addresses mentioned, 102, 103n, 178, 179n, 192, 194n, 219n, 241n, 313n, 363n, 388, 389n, 520-22, 523-24n, 525-27, 551-53, 555n; articles mentioned, 16, 17n, 152-53n, 248, 253; circulars, 96-98, 110-12, 239, 413-14; circulars mentioned, 20, 22n, 453, 454n; debate with Roosevelt, 129-33, 138, 139n, 142; editorials mentioned, 16, 17n, 247, 252-53, 281-82; elected AFL president, 266, 475; memoranda, 73, 297-98, 304-6, 310-12, 387; pacifism of, 36, 198-99, 201, 260, 267-70, 272-73, 558; reception for (1918, Chicago), 544-45, 546n, 547, 556-67; security of, 480-81; signing authority for, 73; statements issued by, 63, 64n, 189-90, 285-87, 316-17, 402-3, 420, 451; testimony before National War Labor Board, 441-44; testimony mentioned, 15-16, 17n

--trips: Europe (June-Oct. 1909), 7:473-74n, 563; New York City (Feb. 1917), 15n; New York City and Pittsburgh (May 1917), 102-3, 103n; New York City (June-July 1917), 127, 127-28n; New York City (Aug. 1917), 163n; New York state, Pennsylvania, Chicago, Minneapolis (Aug.-Sept. 1917), 192, 194n, 195; New York City, Buffalo (Sept.-Oct. 1917), 225, 228n; Newark, N.J., New York City, Indianapolis (Jan. 1918), 320, 320-21n, 328; New York City (Jan.-Feb. 1918), 329, 330n; New York state, Chicago (Feb.-Mar. 1918), 363n; Canada, Boston, New York City (Apr.-May 1918), 432, 434n; Europe (Aug.-Nov. 1918), 468, 470n, 492-93, 503-4, 504n, 506, 519-23, 525-27, 529-37, 540, 541n, 543, 546n, 549-54, 554-55n, 557-58, 560-65

Gompers, Samuel Harry, 203, 207n, 276, 491n, 540; letter from, 519; letter to, 491

Gompers, Solomon,* 444-45, 445n

Gompers, Sophia Julian (Mrs. Samuel Gompers),* 419n, 546n; cable to, 549

Gompers, William, 9:311n, 276

Goode, Armistead, 177n, 424, 426, 430, 431n

Goodnow, Frank J., 310, 312-13n, 512n

Gordy, Eva, wire from, 301

Gosling, Harry,* 522, 524n

Government contracts, 91-92; for clothing, 61-62, 62n, 138, 139n, 150, 151n, 204; for construction, 136, 137n, 452-53 ( see also Cantonment construction agreement); and eight-hour day, 365, 366n; for harnesses and saddlery, 281-82, 284-85n, 365; for naval engines, 281, 284n

Grade Teachers' Union, 439n

Granis, Capt., 229, 232

Granite Cutters' International Association of America,* 374n

Grant, Ulysses S., 1:328n, 201, 207n

Great Britain, 559; conditions in, 342-43, 465-66; labor and war effort in, 74, 113, 116-18; and labor standards, maintenance of, 99; labor mission to U.S. (1917), 71, 72n, 102, 103n, 113; labor mission to U.S. (1918), 309, 309n, 332; mission to U.S. (1917; Balfour mission), 71, 72n; socialists in, 309, 356n, 465; strikes in, 60n; wages in, 66; wartime industrial production in, 24-26, 74; women workers in, 27, 81

Greathouse, Charles, 49n

Green, William,* 168, 169n, 266n, 372; elected AFL vice- president, 475

Gregory, Thomas W., 92, 92-93n; and Bisbee deportations, 321-22, 323-24n, 336-39; and IWW, 243n, 297-98, 298n; letter to, 321-22

Griggs, Everett G., 489, 490n

Grimké, Archibald H., 345, 350n, 421, 462

Grimshaw, Frank,* 449n; letter from, 447-49

Grossi, Col., 553

Guard, R. Lee,* 74n, 140, 192, 327n, 547-48; and SG, security of, 480; and SG, signing authority for, 73; letters from, 102-3, 543

Guatemala, 11

Guerin, Theobold M., 172n, 318-19n, 360, 362n

Guggenheim, Daniel, 158-59n; letter to, 157-58

Gurko, Vasily I., 292, 294n

H

Haase, Hugo, 344, 345n

Haig, Douglas, 273, 278n, 550, 554n

Hale, Matthew, 160, 161n

Hale, William W., 516-17, 518n

Haley, Margaret A., 83n; wire from, 81-82

Hall, George C., 215, 359, 360n

Hamilton, M. Grant,* 64n, 78, 79n, 296n

Hammer v. Dagenhart, 499n

Hamrick, William P., 86n; letter to, 85-86

Haney, Mary E., 83n; wire from, 81-82

Hansen, Ernest, 185-86, 186n

Hansen, Julius, 186n; letter from, 185-86

Hapsburgs, 89

Harding, Warren, 243n

Harper, Samuel N., 310, 312n

Harriman, Florence Jaffray (Mrs. Borden Harriman), 97, 98n

Harris, George W., 330-31, 331n, 347, 350n

Harrison, J. E., letter from, 459-60

Harry, George Y., 6:238n, 209n

Hart, John F.,* 303, 304n

Hartwig, Otto R.,* 487, 490n

Hatch, Leonard W., 456n; letter to, 455-56

Havens, Munson A., 245n; wire from, 244; wire to, 244

Hawkins v. Bleakly, 143, 147n

Hayes, Frank,* 181, 182n, 308n, 334n, 372, 407

Hayes, Max S.,* 259, 262n

Haynes, George E., 8:504n, 327n, 367n, 421, 428, 463

Haywood, William D.,* 176n, 528, 529n, 533-34

Health insurance, state, 329, 329-30n

Hearst, William (prime minister of Ontario), 278n

Heine, Heinrich, 6:423n, 50

H. E. Lazarus and Co., strike against (1917), 62n

Henderson, Arthur,* 294n, 522, 549, 551, 554n; and AFL mission to Europe (spring 1918), 445-46; and Labour party constitution, 293, 294n; and proposed mission to U.S., 388, 390n; and "Stockholm" movement, 343, 356n

Henderson, James "Pitchfork," 187-88, 189n

Henderson, W. M., letter from, 494

Henry Sonneborn and Co., 91-92

Henry Steers Co., 171-72n

Hermalin, David, 163n

Herrick, Myron T., 158, 159n

Hillman, Sidney,* 138, 139n, 150

Hillquit, Morris,* 90n, 94n, 138, 261, 263n; wire from, 93

Hitchman Coal and Coke Co., 285-86, 287n, 322, 323n

Hitchman Coal and Coke Co. v. Mitchell et al., 285-86, 287n, 351-52, 372-73

Hoard, Otto E., 19, 21n

Hod Carriers', Building and Common Laborers' Union of America, International,* 415-16, 416n; and black workers, 135; jurisdiction of, 405, 406n

Hoffstot, Frank N., 77, 79n

Hogg, Charles E., 372, 373n

Hohenzollerns, 88

Holder, Arthur E.,* 19, 22n, 49n, 64n, 181

Holland, James P.,* 127, 128n, 196, 236, 238n

Holm, Walter E., 150n; wire from, 148

Holmes, Oliver Wendell, 144, 147n

Hoover, Herbert C., 75n, 303, 304n, 315n

Hopkins, J. A. H., 160, 161n

Hotel and Restaurant Employees' International Alliance and Bartenders' International League of America,* 82n; and black workers, 180

House, Edward M., 71n

Houston, David F., 274, 278n

Houston, race riot in, 326, 326n

Howard, W. Schley, 366-67, 368n

Howe, Louis M., 223n; letter from, 222-23

Howey, James W., 385n; letter from, 384-85

Huddleston, George, 378, 378n

Hudson, W. G., letter to, 449-50

Hughes, William M., 492-93, 493n, 521

Hulse, E. J., 521, 524n

Hulse, H., 521, 524n

Humphrey, J. Otis, 252, 253n

Hunt, George W. P., 338, 339n

Hunter, Robert, 8:335n, 181

Hupp Motor Co., 365

Hurley, Edward N., 207n, 220, 221n, 360, 362n, 546n; letter to, 452-53

Hutcheson, William L.,* 171-72n, 318-19n, 334n, 360-61, 362- 63n, 407; letter from, 232-35; letter to, 228-31; wires from, 176, 317-18, 410-11; wires to, 171, 409-10

Hylan, John F., 236, 238n

Hynes, John J.,* 410n; wire to, 409-10

I

Idaho State Federation of Labor, 186n

Iglesias, Santiago,* 9, 13n, 436, 438n, 499; letter from, 313-15

Illinois State Council of Defense, Labor Committee of the, 151, 152n

Illinois State Federation of Labor, 7:364n, 48

Immigrants, literacy test for, 164-65, 166n

Industrial service, by workers in wartime, 42-43

Industrial Workers of the World, 185, 188, 193n, 223, 435, 529n; Barnes and, 264; Chicago faction of, 247; Detroit faction of, 247; Foster and, 215; immigrants and, 265; Lumber Workers' Industrial Union No. 500 (Pacific Northwest), 155n; Metal Mine Workers' Industrial Union No. 800 (Bisbee, Ariz.), 125, 126n; Metal Mine Workers' Industrial Union (Butte, Mont.), 126, 126-27n; and Mooney general strike, 420n; organizers, 163, 163n; prosecution of, 242, 243n, 248, 297-98, 484, 528; SG and, 149, 168, 173-74, 182-84, 205, 247-49, 260, 298n, 534; Spargo and, 389n; Walker and, 296

--strikes: 1912 (textile workers, Lawrence, Mass.), 8:325- 26n, 247; 1913 (textile workers, Paterson, N.J.), 8:503n, 247-48; 1913-14 (hop field workers, California), 9:507n, 247; 1916 (iron ore miners, Mesabi Range), 9:489-90n, 247; 1916 (steelworkers, Pittsburgh), 9:507n, 247; 1917 (copper miners, Arizona), 125, 126n, 148-49, 167-68, 259, 262, 321, 323-24n, 336-39; 1917 (metal miners, Butte, Mont.), 126, 126-27n; 1917 (timber workers, Pacific Northwest), 154, 155n, 182

Industry in U.S., geographical concentration of, 28-29

Influenza pandemic, 543-44, 544n, 546n, 547, 552

Ingersoll, Raymond V., 310, 312n

Injunctions, 299; and Carpenters of America, United Brotherhood of, 253, 254n; and Mine Workers of America, United, 285-86, 287n, 323n; and St. Paul Building Trades Council, 252, 253-54n; and Stove Mounters' International Union of North America, local 1 (Detroit), 449n; and Teamsters, Chauffeurs, Stablemen, and Helpers of America, International Brotherhood of, local 211 (Omaha), 252-53, 254n; and Tri-City (Ill.) Central Trades Council, 252, 253n

Institute for Crippled Soldiers and Sailors, 158

Inter-Allied Labour and Socialist Conference, Feb. 1918 (London), 355, 355-56n, 530

Inter-Allied Labour and Socialist Conference, Sept. 1918 (London), 493, 493n, 503-4, 504n, 522, 529-37, 551-52, 561, 567n; declaration of war aims by, 529-32, 532n

International Federation of Trade Unions, 8:394n; meeting, 1917 (Stockholm), 90n, 104-5, 271

International Harvester Co., antitrust case against, 322, 323n

International Peace Society, 199, 268

International Secretariat of the National Centers of Trade

Unions, 8:394n; meeting, 1909 (Paris), 198, 207n, 268

International Socialist Bureau, 90n

Iron, Steel, and Tin Workers, Amalgamated Association of,* 79n, 101, 502n; black workers and, 135; convention, 1917 (Granite City, Ill.), 69n; and immigrant steelworkers, 77-78; organizers, 67-69, 69-70n; strike, 1917 (local 81, Yorkville, Ohio), 79, 79n

Ishii, Kikujir Ç , 191, 193n

Italy, conditions in, 112, 342-43, 551-52; mission to U.S., 72n; proposals for emigration from, 552, 555-56n; socialists in, 356n, 550-53, 555-56n, 561-62

IWW. See Industrial Workers of the World

J

Jackson, Giles B., 327, 327n, 367n; letter from, 366-67

Jackson, Richard H., 540, 541n, 549

James, Newton A.,* 421, 431n

James Ormond Wilson Normal School, 439n

Japan: German intrigues with, 35, 37; mission to U.S., 72n, 191, 193n; U.S. relations with, 37, 193n

Japanese workers, exclusion of, 37

Jay Street Terminal Co., 381

Jennings, Patrick H., 469, 470-71n

Jewell, Bert M.,* 176, 177n, 358n

Jewish Daily Forward, 157n

Jim Crow, 359

Joffre, Joseph, 72n, 563, 567n

Johnson (mayor of Gary, Ind.), 70n

Johnson, Agnes, 83n; wire from, 81-82

Johnson, Hiram, 8:277n, 147n

Johnson, Hugh S., 450, 451n

Johnson, Theodore, letter to, 105-7

Johnston, William H.,* 19, 21n, 181, 333n, 412n, 475; and National War Labor Board, 408n; and War Labor Conference Board, 334n, 407; letter from, 187-89

Johnstone, John W., 215, 218n

Jones, Benjamin, 445, 447n

Jones, Eugene K., 9:169n, 345, 421, 423, 462-63; letter from, 461-63

Jones, James E., 177, 177n, 424, 431n

Jones, Jerome,* 481, 482n

Jones, Thomas J., 345, 349, 350n, 421, 462

Jones, William T., 346, 350n

Jouhaux, Léon, 9:*, 72n

Joyce, John J.,* 460, 460n

Joyce, Joseph J., 481n; report of, 480-81

Joyce, Martin T.,* 469, 470- 71n

Joyner, Austin F., 482n; letter from, 481

Juranovich, Philip S., 152n; letter to, 151-52

Jurisdiction of trade unions, AFL and, 474, 474-75n

Jurisdictional disputes: Bridge, Structural, and Ornmental Iron Workers and Pile Drivers, International Association of, v. Carpenters and Joiners of America, United Brotherhood of, 171, 171-72n; Locomotive Engineers, Brotherhood of, v. Locomotive Firemen and Enginemen, Brotherhood of, 250-51; Machinists, International Association of, v. AFL Railroad Helpers' and Laborers' Union 15,920, 505, 505n; Railroad Trainmen, Brotherhood of, v. Switchmen's Union of North America, 250

Jusserand, Jean-Jules, 191, 194n

Justice, economic, 41-42

K

Kahn, Julius, 7:118n, 64n

Keating, Edward, 124, 125n

Kelley, Florence,* 151n, 335, 336n

Kellogg, Paul U., 388-89, 389n, 415

Kelly, W., 127

Kerensky, Aleksandr, 279n

Kern, Howard L., 313, 315n

Kerwin, Hugh, 307n

Keufer, Auguste, 3:*, 72n

Kiev, capture of, 342, 345n

King, Burnice W., 378n; letters from, 376-78, 517-18

King, Stanley, 412n

Kinkead, Eugene F., 436n, 528, 529n

Kirstein, Louis E., 151n, 335, 336n

Kitchin, Claude, 190n

Kneeshaw, J. W., 532-35, 537n

Konenkamp, Sylvester J.,* 482n, 485, 490n, 515n

Kreusi, Walter, 151n, 335, 336n

Kreyling, David J.,* 352n, 431n; letter to, 351-52

L

Labor, shortage of, 239

Labor conferences: Mar. 1917 (Washington, D.C.), 20, 22n, 39; June 1917 (Stockholm), 90n, 104-5, 271; Aug. 1917 (Stockholm), 90n, 105, 271; Oct. 1917 (Berne), 90n, 271. See also Inter-Allied Labour and Socialist Conference, Feb. 1918 (London), and Inter-Allied Labour and Socialist Conference, Sept. 1918 (London); Westminster conference, 1917

Labor conferences, international: AFL Executive Council and, 90n, 278n; AFL proposal for postwar, 104, 535-36, 538n; SG and, 89, 90n, 104-5, 271

Laboring Men's Council, 528, 529n

Labor Loyalty Week, 311, 312-13n, 324, 330n

Labor party, SG and, 419

Labor representation on government agencies and boards, 43, 116, 121-22, 205, 212, 319, 320-21n

Labor standards, maintenance of, 40-42, 54-56, 56-57n, 57- 58, 58n, 59-60, 60n, 65-67, 74, 80, 83-84, 84n, 85-86, 91-93, 95, 98-102, 108, 109n, 123, 142, 174, 193n, 203, 211, 230, 282-83, 285n, 363-65, 458

Labour party (of Great Britain), 293, 294n; constitution of, 293, 294n; reconstruction program of, 356, 357n, 388, 389-90n

Ladies' Garment Workers' Union, International,* 62n, 379

Laird, J. George, 368, 369n

Lane, Dennis,* 213-15, 218n, 280n, 302, 404n; wires from 279, 403-4

Lane, Franklin K., 9:466n, 320n

Lansing, Robert, 9:434n, 71n, 191, 274, 326n, 567n; and Mooney-Billings case, 93n; letter from 256; letter to, 70-71

Lansing-Ishii Agreement, 193n

Larger, Bernard A.,* 150, 151n; letter from, 335; letter to, 401-2

Larkin, Walter, 69n, 78, 79n; letter from, 69; letter to, 67-69

Laughlin, Irwin, 554n; letter to, 549-54

Lawson, John R., 9:283n, 409n

Leadbetter, Frederick W., 245, 246n, 296n, 417, 503

League of Nations, 179n

League to Enforce Peace, 178-79, 179n; conferences, 1915 (Philadelphia), 179n; 1916 (Washington, D.C.), 179n

Leather Workers on Horse Goods, United Brotherhood of,* 284n; eight-hour case, 281-82, 284-85n, 365

LeBosse, Louis, 521, 524n

Lee, Algernon, 90n

Lee, Elisha, 52n, 55, 56n

Lee, Robert E., 201, 358

Lee, William G.,* 252n

Lefkowitz, Abraham, 395n; letter from, 393; letter to, 394- 95

Legien, Carl,* 4n, 535-36, 538n; cables to, 3, 49

Legislation, Great Britain: Munitions of War Act (1915), 9:385n, 114n, 171, 171n; Munitions of War (Amendment) Act (1916), 114n, 171, 171n

Legislation, state

--Connecticut: labor standards suspension law (1917), 76, 77n

--Iowa: workmen's compensation law (1913), 143, 147n

--Maryland: compulsory labor law (1917), 174, 175n

--Massachusetts: Commonwealth Defense Act (1917), 76, 77n

--New York: health insurance bill (1918), 329, 329-30n; labor standards suspension bill (1917), 76, 77n, 99-100; workmen's compensation law (1913), 9:76n, 143-44, 147n; workmen's compensation law (1914), 9:76n, 143-44

--Pennsylvania: full crew law (1911), 124, 125n, 204

--Washington: workmen's compensation law (1911), 9:75n, 143, 147n; workmen's compensation law (1913), 9:75n, 143, 147n

--West Virginia: compulsory labor law (1917), 174, 175n

Legislation, U.S.

--Adamson Act (1916), 9:450n, 15-16, 17n

--Army Appropriation Act (1916), 9:442n, 20n, 96

--Borland amendment (1918), 454, 455n, 456-59

--Child Labor Tax Act (1919), 499n

--Clayton Act (1914), 9:94n, 123-25, 286, 351, 373, 526

--common carriers' liability act (1906), 145, 147n

--common carriers' liability act (1908), 8:459n, 143-44, 146, 147n

--diplomatic and consular service appropriation acts: (1915), 9:300n, 6; (1917), H.R. 19,300 (1916), 5, 8n

--District of Columbia Appropriation Act (1918): H.R. 11,692 (1918), 438, 439-40n

--Eighteenth Amendment: S.J. Res. 17 (1917), 289-91, 291n

--eight-hour law (1892), 3:405n, 13

--eight-hour law (1912), 8:259n, 281, 284n, 458

--eight-hour law: congressional suspension of, proposed, 13- 14, 14n; for government employees, 401, 453-54, 454-55n, 456-59, 459n; presidential authority to suspend, 14n, 91-92, 281, 443-44, 458

--Espionage Act (1917): H.R. 291 (1917), 62-63, 64n

--Immigration Act (1917), 9:405n, 37, 164-66, 166n

--Interstate Railroad Act (1917): S. 2356 (1917), 123-25, 125n

--Keating-Owen Act (1916), 85, 86n, 499n

--Lever Food and Fuel Control Act (1917): H.R. 4961 (1917), 111-12, 112n, 124-25, 289

--Naval Appropriation Act (1917): H.R. 20,632 (1917), 14n, 54n, 87, 87n, 91-92, 281, 284n, 366n, 443-44, 458

--naval holiday bill: H.Res. 298 (1913), 535, 538n

--Newlands Mediation, Conciliation, and Arbitration Act (1913), 9:57n; bills to amend: H.R. 19,730 (1917), 15-16, 17n; H.R. 20,752 (1917), 15-16, 16n; S. 8201 (1917), 16, 17n

--Nineteenth Amendment, 402n

--Overman bill, S. 3771 (1918), 412, 412n

--Sabotage Act (1918): S. 383 (1917), 433, 434n, 447-49, 449n

--Seamen's Act (1915): 9:10n, 204, 526

--Selective Service Act (1917), 62, 64n, 514n

--Selective Service Act (1918), 513-14, 514n

--Sherman Antitrust Act (1890), 4:28n, 123-24, 322, 323n

--Smith-Hughes Act (1917), 47, 49n

--universal military training bills: H.R. 92 (1917), 62, 64n; S. 1 (1917), 62, 64n

--War Revenue Act (1917): H.R. 4280 (1917), 190n

--War Risk Insurance Act (1917): H.R. 5723 (1917), 212, 213n

--woman's suffrage amendment, proposed, 401, 402n; H.J. Res. 200 (1917), 471n

--workmen's compensation suit act (1917): S. 2916 (1917), 146, 147-48n

Lenin, Vladimir I., 279n, 342, 344n, 508-10, 512n

Lennon, John B.,* 258n, 306, 544; at AFL convention, 257, 258n, 265-67

Lens, capture of, 522

Leslie, Charles, 252, 254n

Letter Carriers' Association, National Rural,* 230, 231n

Letter Carriers of the United States of America, National Association of,* 230, 231n

Lever, Asbury F., 86n

Lewis, Charles H., 108n; letter to, 107-8

Lewiston (Idaho) Central Labor Union, 186n

Liberty League of Bisbee, Ariz., 321

Liberty Loan drive, 543

Liebknecht, Karl, 270, 278n, 344, 344n

Linck, A. J., 470n

Lincoln, Abraham, 132, 206, 526, 566

Lincoln Motor Co., 365

Lipke, Edward, 447, 449n

Lippmann, Walter, 115n, 138, 139n, 204

Literacy test, for immigrants, 164-65, 166n

Little, Frank, 126n, 163, 163n, 173

Littleton, Martin W., 132, 134n

Lloyd George, David, 71, 72n, 74, 520, 565; statement of war aims, 309, 310n

Lochner, Louis P., 93n; wire from, 93; wire to, 94

Lockhart, R. H. Bruce, 509-10, 512n

Locomotive Engineers, Brotherhood of,* 251n; jurisdiction of, 250-51

Locomotive Firemen and Enginemen, Brotherhood of,* 251n; affiliation with AFL considered, 249-51; and black workers, 249; convention, 1896 (Galveston, Tex.), 4:127n, 249; jurisdiction of, 250-51

Long, Breckinridge, 120, 121n

Longshoremen's Association, International,* 138n, 208n, 460; jurisdiction of, 405-6, 406n; local 847, ser. 2 (New York City), 432; local 979 (New Orleans), 459; Pacific Coast District Council 38-A, 405-6, 406n; strike, 1917 (Seattle, threatened), 137, 137-38n; strike, 1918 (New York harbor, threatened), 380-81, 381-82n, 432-33, 434n

Longuet, Frédéric J. L., 551, 554-55n

Lord, James,* 52n, 181, 182n, 499n

Los Angeles Times, 390

Louis Bossert et al. v. Frederick Dhuy et al., 253, 254n

Loveira y Chirinos, Carlos, 9:433n, 9-11

Lowden, Frank, 263n

Loyal Legion of Loggers and Lumbermen, 246n, 299-300, 375, 417-18, 418n, 486-87, 489, 503; convention, 1918 (Spokane, Wash.), 487-88, 490n

Loyalty Leagues, 167, 183, 224, 338

Lumbermen's Protective Association, 155n

Lunn, George, 434n

Lusitania, sinking of, 9:287n, 274, 560

Luxburg, Karl-Ludwig von, 326n

Luxemburg, Rosa, 278n, 344n

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