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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 Bridge Co. annotation in volume six appears in this index as 6:515n; and the glossary entry for Ernest Bohm in volume five appears in this index as 5:*.

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A (Asterisks indicate glossary entries)

Abrahams, Albert, 140-41, 141n

Accidents, industrial, 31-33. See also Assumption of risk; Cherry, Ill., mine disaster; Contributory negligence; Employers' liability legislation; Fellow-servant rule; Triangle Shirtwaist fire; Workmen's compensation

Adair, John A. M., 7:99n, 342

Adames, William J., 258, 259n

AFL. See American Federation of Labor

Alameda Co. (Calif.), Federated Trades of, 414, 414n

Alexander, George, 248, 249n, 291

Alger, George W., 489, 493n

Allen, Jacob S., 184, 185n, 493n, 498; letter to, 496-97

Allen, Mary E. (Mrs. Jacob), 497, 497n

Alpine, John R.,* 18n, 125n, 159, 295, 402, 500-501, 503-4

American Academy of Political and Social Science: convention, 1911 (Philadelphia), 203n

American Anti-Boycott Association, 7:246n, 198, 204n, 319

American Bridge Co., 6:515n, 227n, 272, 434

American Federation of Labor: defense fund, 6:128n, 3-6; growth of, 352-53; headquarters, 338; leadership of, 348; legislative program of, 370-80; officers, election of, 17-18, 18n, 144, 282-85, 286n, 295, 397, 414-15, 416n; office staff, 56-61, 62n, 125-26; organization of, 348; per capita tax, 145, 354, 355n; powers of, 185-86

--Building Trades Department, 6:175n, 234-38, 238n, 295-96, 355n, 367; and Carpenters and Joiners of America, United Brotherhood of, 149-50, 151n, 295; convention, 1909 (Tampa), 151n; convention, 1910 (St. Louis), 149-50, 150-51n; per capita tax, 150; and Plumbers, Gas Fitters, Steam Fitters, and Steam Fitters' Helpers of the U.S. and Canada, United Association of Journeymen, 151n, 296; and Sheet Metal Workers' International Alliance, Amalgamated, 151n, 295; and Steam, Hot Water, and Power Pipe Fitters and Helpers, International Association of, 149-50, 151n, 296

--central bodies, affiliation of locals in, 141-42, 142n; and boycotts, 142-43, 144n; and organizers, 355-56, 357n; powers of, 174-75, 185-87; and sympathy strikes, 140-41, 141n

--conventions, date of, 146, 146n; 1901 (Scranton, Pa.), 105, 106n, 407; 1903 (Boston), 173, 173n; 1907 (Norfolk), 52n, 122, 123n; 1908 (Denver), 16, 16n, 78, 79n; 1909 (Toronto), 6n, 137-38, 139n; 1909 (Toronto), accounts of, 3-18; 1910 (St. Louis), 18n, 107, 108n, 128-30, 130n, 133, 240; 1910 (St. Louis), accounts of, 136-46; 1911 (Atlanta), 144, 146n, 151n, 352, 400; 1911 (Atlanta), accounts of, 282-301; 1912 (Rochester, N.Y.), 286n, 295, 456; 1912 (Rochester), accounts of, 399-416; 1913 (Seattle), 414-15, 416n

--Executive Council: circular issued by, 146-48; circulars issued by, mentioned, 29, 31n, 76n, 214n, 236-37, 238n; letter from, 123-25; letters to, 100-101, 107-8, 152-54, 158, 213, 216-17, 335, 424-25, 453-54, 469-71, 498-99

--Executive Council, meetings of: Jan. 1910, 9n; Mar. 1910, 76n, 79n, 86; Mar. 1910, minutes of, 77-78; June 1910, 62n, 86-87, 87n, 126, 338; Jan. 1911, 49n, 106n, 169-70, 170n, 175n, 188n; June 1911, 151n, 193n, 238n, 351; June 1911, minutes of, 234-38; Oct. 1911, 279-80n; Jan. 1912, 299, 301n, 311, 346n, 400; May 1912, 380n; May 1912, minutes of, 370-80; Aug. 1912, 386n, 393, 394n; Nov. 1912, 425n; Jan. 1913, 443, 448n; July 1913, 501, 501n, 503-4

--federal labor unions (FLU), 7-9; FLU 12,362 (Galeton, Pa.), 35n; FLU 12,362 (Galeton), strike (1909-10), 33-35, 35n

--Labor Representation Committee, 100-101, 124

--Legislative Committee, 4:113n, 370, 372, 376, 379-80, 386, 386n, 425n

--local unions, directly affiliated (LU), 36-37, 38n, 142-43, 144n; LU 11,773 (stenographers and clerks, Washington, D.C.), 6:412n, 56-61, 62n, 125-26; LU 12,766 (newspaper solicitors, San Francisco), 142-43, 144n; LU 12,821 (laborers, Woodward, Okla.), 46, 46n; LU 12,854 (button workers, Muscatine, Iowa), strike (1911-12), 297-98, 298n; LU 12,952 (machinists' helpers and laborers, Pocatello, Idaho), 156n

--Metal Trades Department, 7:368n, 237, 238n, 367

--Mining Department, 367, 368n

--organizers, 28, 36-38, 38n, 44, 44n, 47n, 55, 103n, 157n, 189-90n, 227n, 231n, 237, 251, 253n, 278-79, 279n, 280, 280n, 325, 342, 346n, 355-56, 357n, 386n, 517; letters from, 47, 188-89, 230-31, 297, 439-40, 473-74; letters to, 80-81, 131-32, 188-89, 228-29, 298, 397-98

--Railroad (Railway) Employes' Department, 35n, 252, 253n, 323n, 367

--Union Label Trades Department, 7:457n, 237, 238n, 367, 475

American Newspaper Publishers' Association, 142-43

American Sheet and Tin Plate Co., strike against (1909-10), 7:473n, 7, 9n, 12, 12n, 27-30

American Socialist Society, 398n

American Steel and Wire Co., strikes against (1913), 391n, 453, 455n

American Tobacco Co., 153, 154n

American Tobacco Co. v. U.S., 153, 154n

American Woolen Co., 326n

Ames, Walter, 232-34, 234n

Anderson, Albert B., 238n, 413, 414n, 434

Anderson, Carl C., 100, 101n

Appleton, William A.,* 518, 519n

Arbitration: compulsory, 409; international, 205-8

Arizona, labor party in, 283-84

Armaments, 206-7

Armenian workers, 115

Ashton, Thomas,* 116, 117n

Asian workers, immigration of, 145, 340; organization of, 145. See also Chinese workers; Japanese workers

Associated Waist and Dress Manufacturers, 40n

Association, right of, 68, 318-20

Association of American Agricultural Colleges and Experimental Stations, 398-99, 399n

Assumption of risk, 32, 181, 317-18

Astor, John Jacob, 274, 277n

Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fé Railroad Co. v. Matthews, 479, 492n

Atlantic City, as site of AFL Executive Council meeting, 86- 87, 87n

Attorney General ex rel. Prendergast et al. v. Bedard et al., 502n

B

Bachelder, Nahum J., 45, 45n

Bacon, Augustus O., 373-74, 380-81n

Baine, Charles L.,* 415, 416n

Bakers, 344

Balcomb, E. E., 80n

Baldwin Locomotive Works: organization of, 228-29, 230n; strike against (1911), 228-29, 230n

Ballard, Everett G., 53, 54n

Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, dynamiting of, 232-34, 234n

Barbers, strike of, 1913 (New York City), 501-2, 503n

Barbers' International Union of America, Journeymen,* 302n, 502, 503n

Barbier v. Connolly, 479, 492n

Barbosa, José Celso, 88, 89n

Barnes, J. Mahlon,* 3, 6n, 172, 405-6, 406n, 415, 416n

Barnett, Augustus E., 442n; letter to, 440-41

Barrett, Charles S., 7:59n, 10n, 45, 45n

Bartlett, Charles L., 374-75, 381n

Bates, Edward A., 327, 327n, 472n

Baumeister, Albert,* 241, 242n, 412n, 518

Beach, John K., 42n, 78, 194n

Beale, W. N. R., 154n

Beard, Butler, 48, 49n

Bechtold, George,* 200, 202n

Beck, James M., 217, 217n

Bedard, Joseph, 502n

Belgian workers, 115

Belmont, August, 6:380n, 288

Berger, Victor L.,* 376-80, 381n, 518, 519n

Bergoff Detective Bureau, 50

Berres, Albert J.,* 158, 159n, 228, 237, 257

Bethlehem Steel Co., 331, 345, 459-60; strike against (1910), 43, 44n

Beutler, Otto G., 198, 199n

Birmingham, John, Jr., 249n

Bittner, Van Amberg,* 475, 476n

Blacksmiths and Helpers, International Brotherhood of,* 189n, 323n; strike, 1909-10 (local 287, Galeton, Pa.), 35n

Black workers, 46-47, 278-79, 279n; AFL and, 46, 245n, 336- 37, 504; and railroads, 244, 244-45n, 246-47, 247n, 250, 253n; representation in central bodies, 336-37; SG and, 137, 139n, 145, 146n, 165

Blanck, Max, 297n

Boehne, John W., 246n; letter to, 245-46

Bohm, Ernest, 5:*, 232n

Boiler Makers, Iron Ship Builders, and Helpers of America, International Brotherhood of,* 82n; strike, 1909-10 (local 438, Galeton, Pa.), 35n

Bonaparte, Charles J., 5:484n, 204n

Booher, Charles, 332n

Bookbinders, International Brotherhood of, 3:*, 302n

Boot and Shoe Workers' Union,* 103n; local 159 (Syracuse, N.Y.), 157; local 216 (San Francisco), 175n; local 339 (San Francisco), 174, 175n, 185

Borah, William E., 332n, 372, 374-75, 380n, 395-96

Bowerman, Charles W.,* 518, 519n

Boycotts: AFL and, 13-14; and AFL local unions, directly affiliated, 142-43, 144n; beer, in Los Angeles, 148n; Buck's Stove and Range Co. (1906- ), 7:154n, 271; and central bodies, 142-43, 144n; Cheyenne (Wyo.) Street Railway Co. (1911-12), 269, 277n; San Francisco Call (1909), 142-43, 144n; SG and, 64-65, 167, 348-49, 481, 483, 486-87, 491; Taft and, 152

Braddock wire mill, strike against (1913), 391n, 453, 455n

Brais, Eugene J.,* 38n

Brandeis, Louis D., 6:83n, 110-12, 114n, 202

Brandenburg, Broughton, 7:270n, 52n

Brewery Workmen of America, International Union of the United,* 92n, 406; strike, 1910-11 (Los Angeles), 147, 148n

Bricklayers, 344. See also Bricklayers', Masons', and Plasterers' International Union of America

Bricklayers', Masons', and Plasterers' International Union of America,* 150, 151n, 302n; local 8 (So. Bethlehem, Pa.), 43, 44n; local 34 (So. Bethlehem, Pa.), 43, 44n

Bridge and Beach Manufacturing Co., 201

Bridge and Structural Iron Workers, International Association of,* 209n, 213, 214n, 227n, 236-37, 434, 436-37, 475; convention, 1913 (Indianapolis), 470, 471n; local 40 (New York City), 231n

Brockhausen, Frederick, 7:67n, 409, 412n

Bryan, William Jennings, 4:234n, 90, 256n, 257; letter to, 255-56

Bryce, Joseph W., 313, 314n

Brydon Brothers Harness and Saddlery Co., 148n

Buchanan, Frank J.,* 184n; letter to, 183-84

Buchanan, Joseph R.,* 416, 416n

Buck's Stove and Range Co., 131n, 217; boycott of (1906- ), 7:154n, 271; settlement with, 107-8, 108n, 161-63, 164n, 200

Buck's Stove and Range Co. cases: contempt case, 7:249-50n, 10-11, 11n, 12, 12n, 13-15, 16n, 17-18, 21, 23, 130, 133, 154, 161-64, 201, 204, 216-17, 217n, 240-41, 243n, 270-71, 292-93, 323n, 333, 335, 349, 358, 491; injunction case, 7:249-50n, 108n, 154, 161-64, 164-65n, 269-70; Mitchell and, 10-12, 12n, 13-15, 16n, 17-18, 160-64, 217, 217n, 240-41, 266, 270, 292-93, 323n, 358; Morrison and, 10-11, 12n, 17-18, 160-64, 217, 217n, 240-41, 266, 270, 292-93, 323n, 333, 335; SG and, 10-11, 12n, 17-18, 21, 23, 130, 133, 154, 161-64, 204, 216-17, 217n, 240-41, 243n, 269-71, 292-93, 323n, 333, 335, 349, 358, 491

Buffalo and Susquehanna Railroad, strike against (1909-10), 33-35, 35n

Building trades, strikes: 1910 (Gary, Ind.), 159, 160n; 1910 (Germany), 198, 199n

Burke, Edmund, 482, 492n

Burleson, Albert S., 494, 495-96n

Burley Society, 276n

Burnett, John L., 342, 346n, 430

Burns, William J., 214n, 230; and McNamara case, 209n, 214, 248, 272-74, 293, 295n, 301, 305-6, 308-9; prosecution of, 209n, 235-37, 238n, 254, 273-74, 350, 353

Busse, Frederick A., 149, 151n

Butler, Nicholas M., 24-25n; letter to, 23-24

Butler, William K., 498, 499n

Button workers, strike of. See American Federation of Labor, local unions, directly affiliated (LU): LU 12,854

C

Cain, John, 230, 231n

Caldwell, Henry C., 491, 493n

California Farmers' Union, Inc., 276n

California Industrial Welfare Commission, 384n

California State Building Trades Council, 6:5n, 122n, 221

California State Federation of Labor, 6:244n, 122n

Calumet and Hecla Mining Co., strike against (1913-14), 512-13n

Campaign, 1906: AFL financial report, 84, 85n

Campaign, 1908, 90; AFL financial report, 84, 85n; SG and, 270

Campaign, 1910, 91-92, 131-32, 134-35, 135n; AFL financial appeal for, 76n, 86, 123-25, 125n

Campaign, 1912, 354, 355n, 385, 386n, 431; AFL and, 386, 386-87n, 394, 409-11; party platforms, AFL and, 386, 386-87n, 409-10; SG and, 386, 386-87n, 395-96

Campaigns, political, and coercion of employees, 245-46

Canada, Trades and Labor Congress of, 4:471n, 120, 121n, 142, 142n; convention, 1913 (Montreal), 415, 416n; per capita tax, 421

Canadian Federation of Labor, 120-21, 121n

Cannon, Joseph D., 283-84, 286n, 410

Cardinale, Giuseppe, 342, 346n

Carlson, Harry G., 357n; letter to, 355-56

Carnegie, Andrew, 2:36n, 288-89

Carpenters, 344. See also Carpenters and Joiners of America, United Brotherhood of

Carpenters and Joiners of America, United Brotherhood of,* 125n, 302n; and AFL Building Trades Department, 149-50, 151n, 295; and black workers, 278, 279n; jurisdiction of, 151n, 295; local 1131 (Waycross, Ga.), 278, 279n

Carroll, Beryl F., 297, 298n

Carter, William S.,* 51n; letters to, 49-51, 249-53

Car Workers, International Association of,* 296, 297n

Cary, William J., 7:142n, 100-101

Catlin, Theron E., 340, 346n

Caton, Elijah F., 396n; letter to, 395-96

Cavanaugh, Peter, 357n

Central bodies, affiliation of locals in, 141-42, 142n; and boycotts, 142-43, 144n; and organizers, 355-56, 357n; powers of, 174-75, 185-87; and sympathy strikes, 140-41, 141n

Central Loan and Trust Co. v. Campbell Commission Co., 479, 492n

Central Vermont Railroad, strike against (1910), 112-13, 114-15n

Century Magazine, 226-27n

Chapman, Pleasant T., 132, 132n

Charter Oak Stove and Range Co., 201

Cherry, Ill., mine disaster, 6, 9n, 32

Cheyenne (Wyo.) Street Railway Co., boycott against (1911- 12), 269, 277n

Chicago Federation of Labor, 4:159n, 4:177n, 213n, 355n; SG address before, 62-75, 75n

Chicago Wholesale Clothiers' Association, 277n

Child labor, 180, 331; federal regulation of, SG and, 345

Children's Dress Manufacturers' Association, 442n

Chilton, William E., 362n; letter to, 361-62

Chinese Revolution of 1911-12, 317, 320n

Chinese Summary Trial, 479

Chinese workers, 9, 46, 102

Churchill, Horace W., 81, 82n

Cigarmakers, 344; strike of, 1901 (Tampa, Fla.), 25, 26n. See also Cigar Makers' International Union of America

Cigar Makers' International Union of America,* 20n; benefits, 419, 421, 422n; classes of membership in, 419, 422n; convention, 1877 (Rochester, N.Y.), 1:106n, 417; convention, 1896 (Detroit), 4:180n, 417; convention, 1912 (Baltimore), 396-97, 397n, 417-22; 1920 (Cleveland), 422n; and industrial unionism, 419-20; initiative and referendum in, 284; local 144 (New York City), 1:46, 333-34, 397n, 417, 422n; local 293 (Ft. Smith, Ark.), 227n; local 336 (Tampa), 26n; and National Civic Federation, 227n, 421, 422n; officers, election of, 172, 173n, 417, 420-21; per capita tax, 421; and Puerto Rican joint advisory board, 19-20, 21n

Clabaugh, Harry M., 7:250n, 161, 164n

Clark, C. Peter, 34, 35n

Clark, James B. (Champ), 257, 258n

Clayton, Henry D., 257, 258-59n, 317, 373, 380-81n, 425n, 445-46

Cloakmakers, New York City, strike of, 1910, 109-13, 114n, 218, 219n, 229, 269, 450

Cloak, Suit, and Skirt Manufacturers' Protective Association, 111, 114n

Closed shop, 111, 114n, 119, 122n, 167-68, 277n

Coal Wheelers' Union (New Orleans), 182n

Cochran, Negley Dakin, 474, 474n

Cochrane, Aaron Van Schaick, 332n

Cohen, Julius H., 440n; letter from, 439-40

Cole, Martin, 292n

Collins, James A., 273, 277n, 350

Colonel Sellers (Twain), 497n

Colton, George R., 88, 89n

Commissioner of Corporations, 361

Commissions, SG and, 361-62

Committee on Industrial Relations, 329, 331n, 455-56, 456n. See also U.S. Commission on Industrial Relations

Company benefits system, 102-3, 103n, 157

Compton, Elias, 257, 259n

Conboy, Sara A.,* 215, 216n

Confédération Générale du Travail (General Confederation of Labor), 7:479n, 186

Conlin, Peter J., 35n, 43; letter from, 33-35

Conroy, James B., 413, 414n

Conry, Michael F., 85n; letter to, 82-85

Conspiracies, labor organizations as, 65-66, 114n, 182n, 265, 462-63, 465-66, 481-83, 485

Continental Wall Paper Co., 163

Continental Wall Paper Co. v. Louis Voight and Sons Co., 165n

Contributory negligence, 32, 181

Convict-made goods, AFL and, 146

Cooks and waiters, strikes of: 1913 (Albany), 448-49, 452n; 1913 (New York City),449, 452-53n

Corporation Tax Cases, 484, 492n

Cotton Garment Manufacturers of New York, 442n

Court of Appeals of the District of Columbia, 10, 11n, 17-18, 161, 163, 164-65n, 216, 217n

Crampton, Herbert, 8, 10n

Cribben, William H., 107, 108n, 201

Crisp, Charles F., 183, 184n

Crothers, Austin L., 245-46, 246n

Curley, James M., 345, 346n

C. W. Post v. American Federation of Labor et al., 130, 131n, 133, 149

C. W. Post v. Buck's Stove and Range Co. et al., 130, 131n, 133, 265

D

D'Alessandro, Domenico,* 343, 346n

D'Andrea, Joseph, 343, 346n

Darlington, Joseph J., 217, 217n

Darrow, Clarence,* 238n, 294, 351; and McNamara trial, 136n, 213-14n, 235, 237, 248-49, 249n, 299-300, 305, 305n, 358-59, 360n; letters from, 248-49, 299, 346-47; letter to, 358-59

Davenport, Daniel J., 6:339n, 41, 198, 217, 217n, 319

Davis, Charles R., 79, 80n

Davis, Edward H., 273, 277n

Davis, John W., 446, 448n

Debs, Eugene V.,* 136n, 251, 253n, 303, 518, 519n

DeFalco, Vincenzo, 343, 346n

DeForest, Robert E., 42n

DeLeon, Daniel,* 116, 117n

Dellinger, Charles W., 232, 234n

Democratic party, 179; convention, 1908 (Denver), 7:310n, 257; platform (1908), 467, 477; platform (1912), 386, 386n, 409, 467, 477, 494

DeNedrey, Samuel,* 7, 9n

Deportations, 26, 26n

Detective agencies, 49-51, 70, 225, 302, 311, 349-50, 353; Bergoff Detective Bureau, 50; Waddell-Mahon Detective Agency, 513n; William J. Burns National Detective Agency, 214n, 412

Devine, Edward T., 329, 332n, 455

Díaz, Porfirio, 193n, 317, 320n

Dickinson, Jacob M., 87-89, 89n

Diego, José de, 88, 89n

Direct action, 509

Dix, John A., 240n, 299; letter to, 239-40

Doherty and Co., strike against (1913), 503n

Dolliver, Jonathan P., 79, 79n, 182

Dominick Connors v. Patrick Connolly et al., 490, 493n

Dreadnought, H.M.S., 206, 208n

Dred Scott v. Sandford, 6:340n, 74

Dreier, Mary E., 301n

Dress and Waist Manufacturers' Association, and Protocol Agreement, 439-40, 440n, 442n

Drew, Walter W., 225, 227n, 303, 309

Duffy, Frank,* 17n, 125n, 138, 139n; letter from, 302; letter to, 123-25

Duffy, Peter E., 395n; letter to, 394

Duncan, James,* 3-4, 6n, 18n, 295, 325, 450, 501, 503-4; and AFL Building Trades Department, 149-50; at AFL conventions, 284-85, 286n, 290, 293, 402, 402n, 405-6; and organization of Fore River shipyards, 80-81, 82n; letters from, 149-50, 259-60; letters to, 218-19, 240-42, 500-501

Duncan, Lillian Holman (Mrs. James), 242, 243n

Dyche, John,* 109-11, 114n, 219n

Dyer, David, 131n

E

Easley, Ralph,* 23, 24n, 227n, 304n; letters to, 202, 323-24

Eastman, Crystal, 33n

Eden Musee, 230-31, 231-32n

Edmunds, George F., 463, 468n

Education test, for immigrants, 330

Edwards, Clarence R., 87, 89n

Eells, George, 156n; letter to, 155-56

Efficiency. See Taylor system

Egan, James P., 408, 409n

Eichelberger, Harry L., 47n, 190n; letter from, 47; letters to, 188-89, 228-29

Eight-hour legislation and Panama Canal workers, 341, 370- 72, 380n. See also Legislation, U.S., deficiency bill

Eiland, J. H., 247n

Electrical Workers, International Brotherhood of,* 12n; local 9 (Chicago), 470, 471n; local 9, injunction against, 470, 471n, 490; local 134 (Chicago), 470, 471n; local 134, injunction against, 470, 471n, 490; local 571 (Gary, Ind.), 160n; McNulty faction, 16, 160n, 413; Reid-Murphy faction, 16, 150, 159, 160n, 413-14, 414n; secession movement in, 7:482n; secession movement in, AFL and, 15-16, 16-17n, 137-39, 139n, 413-14, 414n

Eliot, Charles W., 6:360n, 135

Elkus, Abram I., 329n, 389n; letter to, 328-29

Emory, James A., 198, 199n

Employers', Builders', and Building Material Men's Association of Gary (Ind.), 160n

Employers' liability legislation, 32, 181-82, 190-91, 413, 443-47, 457-58

Episcopal Eye, Ear, and Throat Hospital, 468n

Ettor, Joseph J., 325-26n, 501-2, 502-3n

Evans, Edward, 131, 132n

Evans, Joseph E.,* 149, 151n

Ex parte Sing Lee, 479, 492n

F

Farmers, AFL and, 7-9, 9-10n; SG and, 10n, 44-45, 45n, 72

Farmers' Educational and Cooperative Union of America, 7:59n, 276n; convention, 1910 (St. Louis), 10n, 45n

Farmers' National Congress, 45n

Fellow-servant rule, 32

Ferris, Woodbridge, 513n

Filene, Edward A., 7:462n, 110-12

Firemen, International Brotherhood of Stationary,* 148n, 290n

Fitzgerald, Frank A., 355, 357n

Fitzgerald, John J., 468n, 492, 493n, 496n

Fitzgerald, Thomas D., 327, 327n

Fitzpatrick, John J.,* 75n

Fletcher, Albert H., 143, 144n

Flint v. Stone Tracy and Co. See Corporation Tax Cases

Flood, Emmet T.,* 298n; letters from, 297, 473-74; letter to, 298

Flynn, Elizabeth Gurley, 325, 326n, 452-53n, 503n

Flynn, Thomas H., 7:122n, 189n

Ford, Cornelius,* 358n; letter to, 357-58

Fore River, Mass., shipyards, organization of, 80-81, 81-82n

Forker, Reuben, 135n; letter from, 134-35

Forney, Frank, 188, 190n

Forys, Frank: letter from, 459-60

Foss, Eugene N., 325, 326n

Foster, William Z., 260, 260-61n

Foundry Employes, International Brotherhood of,* 200, 202n

Fox, Martin, 5:*; memorial to, 389, 389n

Franklin, Joseph A.,* 322, 323n

Franks, Bernard J., 440, 440n

Frayne, Hugh,* 36, 38n, 231n, 456; letters from, 230-31, 439-40; letter to, 397-98

Fredericks, John D., 248, 249n, 291

Freisinger, Victor, 496, 497n

French-Canadian workers, 345

Fresno (Calif.) Farmers' Union, 263, 276n

Frey, John P.,* 17n, 293, 293n

Frick, Henry C., 3:68n, 288-89

Ft. Wayne (Ind.) Federation of Labor, 9n

Furuseth, Andrew,* 139n, 491; at AFL conventions, 138, 291, 292n, 293, 400-401, 404, 407-11

G

Gallagher, Andrew J., 7:385n; at AFL conventions, 138, 139n, 141, 143, 145-46, 410-11, 412n, 413; letters from, 174-75, 301; letters to, 185-88, 302

Gallagher, John J., 139n, 291, 292n

Gallinger, Jacob H., 3:469n, 132n

Gardner, Frederic W., 107-8, 108n, 162; letter from, 200-201

Gardner, John J., 5:198n, 134, 135n, 183, 344

Gardner, Mrs. Frederic, 201

Garment workers, 344; strike, 1910-11 (Chicago), 269, 277n. See also Garment Workers of America, United; Ladies' Garment Workers' Union, International

Garment Workers of America, United, 7:*, 277n; strike, 1913 (New York City), 452, 453n

Garretson, Austin B.,* 332n, 455, 456n

Gary, Elbert H., 225, 227n

Gary, Ind., building trades strike (1910), 159, 160n

Gaumer, Clarence, 255n; letter to, 254-55

General Federation of Trade Unions of Great Britain and Ireland, 5:69n, 4, 6n

Generalkommission der Gewerkschaften Deutschlands (General Commission of the German Trade Unions), 4:137n, 186

General strike, 508-9

George, Henry, 3:*, 133-34; mayoral campaign of 1886, 1:429-30, 133-34

George, James Z., 463, 468n

Germany, building trades' strike in (1910), 198, 199n

Germer, Adolph,* 518, 519n

Gibson, George W.,* 296, 297n

Gilded Age, The (Twain), 497n

Gilded Age: A Tale of To-Day, The (Twain and Warner), 497n

Gill, Alfred H.,* 116, 117n

Giovannitti, Arturo, 326n, 511n

Glass Bottle Blowers' Association of the U.S. and Canada,* 256, 258n, 475

Golden, John,* 49n, 117n, 324n, 360-61; letters from, 215-16, 324-25; letter to, 115-16

Goldfogle, Henry M., 342, 346n

Gompers, Alexander,* 77, 77n

Gompers, Florence, 4:175n, 267, 277n, 347

Gompers, Louis,* 77, 77n

Gompers, Sadie J.,* 185n, 241-42, 243n; letter from, 416

Gompers, Samuel: addresses, 31-33, 62-75, 175-82, 261-76; addresses mentioned, 75n, 133, 134n, 222-23, 227n, 258n, 276n; and alleged National Association of Manufacturers' bribery attempt, 49, 52n; article, 417-22; articles, mentioned, 166, 169n, 198, 199n, 202, 203n, 224, 226, 227n, 309, 334, 335n; biographical information, 340; circulars, 27-30, 389-91; circulars mentioned, 85, 108, 108n, 370, 391n, 453; editorials, 102, 243-44, 506-11, 513-17; editorials mentioned, 23, 24n, 41, 42n, 50, 52n, 139n, 154, 155n, 332n; elected AFL president, 17-18, 18n, 144, 295, 414-15; flag incident, 280-81, 281n, 282; illness of (cold, 1912), 416, 416n, 428; illness of (mastoiditis, 1913), 461, 468n, 469-71, 477, 493n, 495-501; interviews, 128-30, 299-301, 347-55; statements to press, 90-91, 120-21; testimony, 94-99, 209-12, 317-20, 339-45, 430-37, 442-47; testimony mentioned, 40, 42n, 258, 259n, 457

--trips: Puerto Rico (Feb.-Mar. 1904), 6:228n, 20; Europe (June-Oct. 1909), 7:473-74n, 241; New York City, Cincinnati, Pittsburgh (Dec. 1909), 22, 22n; New York City (June 1910), 109, 114n; Cincinnati, St. Louis, Chicago (July 1910), 107, 108n; New York City (mid-July 1910), 110, 114n; New York City (late July 1910), 110, 114n; Midwest (Sept.-Oct. 1910), 133, 134n; Indianapolis, Kankakee, Chicago (Apr.-May 1911), 213, 213-14n, 220; New York City (May 1911), 218-19, 219n; Midwest (June-July 1911), 242; Wooster, Ohio, Chicago, New York City (July-Aug. 1911), 257-58, 259n; New York City (Aug. 1911), 258, 259n; Pacific Coast (Aug.-Sept. 1911), 256, 258n, 261-76, 280-81, 281n, 282, 300, 339, 352; New York City (mid-Jan. 1912), 322, 323n; New York City (late Jan. 1912), 333, 334n; Utica, N.Y., Cincinnati (July 1912), 386, 386n; Trenton, N.J. (July 1912), 386; Columbus, Ohio (Aug.-Sept. 1912), 394, 395n; New York City (mid-Dec. 1912), 427n; New York City (late Dec. 1912), 428, 429n; New York City (later Dec. 1912), 428, 429n; Albany, New York City (Jan. 1913), 439n, 448-49; New York City (late Jan. 1913), 451, 452n; Indianapolis (Feb. 1913), 470, 471n

Gompers, Samuel J.,* 267, 277n

Gompers, Samuel M.,* 347, 355n

Gompers, Solomon,* 76-77, 77n, 267, 347

Gompers, Sophia Julian,* 184, 184n, 241-42; illness of, 184, 184-85n, 194, 201, 204, 258, 259n; letter to, 416

Gomperz, Rosa, 7:501n, 241

Gould, Ashley M., 7:287n, 161, 269

Governors, conference of (1911), 269, 277n

Grady, Thomas F., 239, 240n

Grand Central Station explosion, 307, 312n

Grand Trunk Railroad, strike against (1910), 112-13, 114-15n

Grange, 6:308n, 45

Granite Cutters' International Association of America, 7:*; jurisdiction of, 188n

Greek workers, 115, 155

Greenawalt, Elmer E.,* 191n; letter to, 190-91

Grice, Benjamin F., 48, 49n

Gruber, Charles W., 232-34, 234n

Guard, Rosa Lee,* 258, 259n, 427-28, 429n, 451, 472n, 493n; letter from, 499-500

Gulf, Colorado, and Santa Fé Railroad Co. v. Ellis, 479-80, 492n

Gutstadt, Herman,* 134n; letter to, 133-34

Gutstadt, Richard, 133, 134n

H

Haggerty, Charles, 214n

Hague, International Court at The, 207

Hall, John M., 393n; letter to, 392-93

Hamill, James A., 460, 468n, 469, 494

Hamilton, M. Grant,* 110-11, 114n, 257, 375

Hammerling, Louis N., 342, 344, 346n

Hammond, John H., 323, 324n

Hanscom, Charles W., 81, 82n

Harlan, John Marshall, 4:294n, 491

Harley, John D., 285, 286n

Harriman, Job, 136, 136n, 291

Harriman System Federation, 322-23n, 367

Harris, Daniel,* 327n, 427n, 449; letter from, 326-27; letter to, 426-27

Harris, Isaac, 297n

Harrisburg (Ill.) Trades and Labor Assembly, 132n

Hart, Schaffner, and Marx, 277n, 410

Hatfield, Henry, 519n

Hatters of North America, United,* 42n; and Loewe v. Lawlor, 40-42, 42n, 62-68, 70, 75-76n, 77-78, 265, 403-6, 406n, 489-90; strike, 1909, 7:455-56n, 77

Hawkins, John T., 210, 212n

Hayes, Denis A.,* 125n, 256, 258n, 501, 503-4; at AFL conventions, 18n, 288, 295, 408

Hayes, Dora Schneider (Mrs. Max), 22n

Hayes, Frank,* 407, 409n, 413

Hayes, John W.,* 72, 76n

Hayes, Max S.,* 6n; at AFL conventions, 4, 11, 285, 289, 290n, 405, 406n, 409, 415, 416n; letter to, 21-22

Haynes, George E., 504, 504n

Hays, John W.,* 30, 31n, 53

Haywood, William D.,* 103, 104n, 326, 415, 416n, 501, 503n

Healy, Timothy,* 30, 31n, 289

Hedrick, George, 151n

Helgesen, Henry T., 345, 346n

Henderson, David B., 7:90n, 183

Henley, John J., 199n; letter to, 195-99

Henry, Patrick, 74

Henry, Robert L., 374-75, 381n

Hepburn, William P., 361, 363n

Hewitt, Abram S., 1:*, 330

High, James L., 491, 493n

The History of Trade Unionism (Webb and Webb), 304n

Hitchcock, Frank H., 495, 496n

Hoar, George F., 463, 468n

Hod Carriers' and Building Laborers' Union of America, International,* 346n

Hoffman, Fred W., 297, 298n

Hogan, C. H.: letter to, 46

Hogan, Thomas J., 107, 108n, 201

Holder, Arthur,* 101, 101n, 158, 257

Home work, 393-94

Home Work Congress, International, 1912 (Zurich), 393, 394n

Hosick, James, 209n, 272-73, 277n; prosecution of, 209n, 235-37, 238n, 254, 273-74, 350, 353

Hotel and Restaurant Employees' International Alliance and Bartenders' International League of America,* 44n, 451, 452n, 475; local 362 (Albany, N.Y.), 449, 452n; strike, 1913 (local 362), 452n

Hotel workers, strikes of: 1913 (Albany), 448-49, 452n; 1913 (New York City), 449, 452-53n

Hours of labor, federal regulation of, SG and, 345, 379

Huber, William D.,* 18n, 106n, 125n, 295, 379, 501, 503-4

Huebner, Adam,* 91, 92n

Hughes, Charles Evans, 120n, 258, 259n

Hughes, William, 100, 101n, 492, 494; and amendment of sundry civil appropriation bill (H.R. 25,552), 132n, 460, 469; and eight-hour bill (H.R. 9061), 259n; and industrial relations commission, bill to create (H.R. 21,094), 381n

Hunter, Robert, 335n

Huntington, Henry E., 136n

I

Iglesias Pantín, Santiago,* 19, 20n, 87-88, 470

Illinois Central Federation of Shop Employees, 322-23n, 367

Illinois Central Railroad, strike against (1911-15), 321-22, 322-23n

Immigrants, AFL and, 342-45, 346n; education test for, 330

Immigrant workers, 155-56, 517. See also specific nationalities

Immigration, 97; Asian, 145 (see also Chinese workers; Japanese workers); restriction of, 339-44

Independent Trade Union Educational League, 261n

Indiana legislature, SG address before, 175-82

Indianapolis Central Labor Union, 1:166n, 3:512n, 213n, 355n

Indiana State Federation of Labor, 6:141n, 213n, 303n, 355n

Industrial disputes, arbitration of, 56n, 115n, 198, 199n, 277n, 453n; mediation of, 40n, 110-12, 114n, 253n, 452n

Industrial unionism, 363, 366, 396-97, 505; AFL and, 402, 406-8, 411-12, 412n; Cigar Makers' International Union of America and, 419-20; Industrial Workers of the World and, 363, 406-7, 505; socialists and, 412

Industrial Workers of the World, 103, 195, 229, 260, 507-11, 517; free speech campaigns, 502, 503n; and industrial unionism, 363, 406-7, 505; local 20 (textile workers, Lawrence, Mass.), 324, 326n; local 152 (textile workers, Paterson, N.J.), 503n; local 374 (barbers, Brooklyn), 503n; and National Women's Trade Union League, 398; and textile workers, 115-16, 117n

--strikes: 1912 (textile workers, Lawrence), 324-25, 325-26n, 360, 406, 450, 501-2, 502n, 517, 518n; 1913 (barbers, Brooklyn and New York City), 501-2, 503n; 1913 (cooks and waiters, Albany, N.Y.), 448-49, 452n; 1913 (cooks and waiters, New York City), 449, 452-53n; 1913 (textile workers, Paterson, N.J.), 502, 503n, 517

Initiative, 282-85, 382, 384n, 397, 413, 417, 420

Injunctions: against Electrical Workers, International Brotherhood of, locals 9 and 34 (Chicago), 471n; Cloak, Suit, and Skirt Manufacturers' Protective Association, 114n; in labor disputes, 53, 152-54, 177, 266, 293, 317, 349, 385, 410, 434, 478, 487, 491; in Los Angeles, 121; Post, C. W., 131n, and railroad shopmen's strike, 322n. See also Buck's Stove and Range Co. cases

Inland Steel Co., strike against (1913), 391n

International Federation of Trade Unions, 394n

International Secretariat of the National Centers of Trade Unions, 115, 394n; conference, 1909 (Paris), 7:486n, 205; conference, 1911 (Budapest), 219n, 260, 260n, 393; conference, 1913 (Zurich), 506n

International trades secretaries, conference, 1913 (Zurich), 506n

International Workingmen's Association, 1:22n, 151n

Interstate Commerce Commission, 3:301n, 361

Iowa State Federation of Labor, 5:455n, 16

Ireland, Arthur E., 7:122n, 251, 253n

Iron, Steel, and Tin Workers, Amalgamated Association of,* 9n, 189, 453; strike, 1909-10, 7:473n, 7, 9n, 12, 12n, 27-30, 54-55

Iron and steel workers, 345; AFL organizing campaign, 389-91, 391n, 453-54, 473-76; strike, 1910 (So. Bethlehem), 43, 44n; strike, 1913, 391n, 453, 455n. See also Iron, Steel, and Tin Workers, Amalgamated Association of

Iron City Trades Council, 5:408n, 454

Iron workers, structural, 432-33. See also Bridge and Structural Iron Workers, International Association of

Irwin, John T., 131, 132n

Italian workers, 115, 155, 345

Ives v. South Buffalo Railway Co., 327n

IWW. See Industrial Workers of the World

J

James, Charles E., 3, 6n

Jamieson, William D., 100, 101n

Japanese workers, 9, 46, 102

Jefferson, Thomas, 74, 85

Johannsen, Anton, 291, 292n

Johnson, Hiram, 273, 277n

Johnson, Robert U., 220, 226n

Johnston, William H.,* 322, 323n, 415, 416n

Jones, Jerome,* 373-74, 381n

Jones, Mary Harris "Mother," 6:*, 519n

Joyner, James Y., 79-80n; letter to, 79

Judges, recall of, 413

Judson, Henry P., 258, 259n

Junius, 482, 492n, 507, 511n

Junta Organizadora del Partido Liberal Mexicano (Organizing Committee of the Mexican Liberal Party), 193n

Jurisdictional disputes: AFL and, 151n, 295-96, 296-97n, 399-402, 402n, 413, 414n; AFL Building Trades Department and, 295-96; AFL Executive Council and, 151n

--Carpenters and Joiners of America, United Brotherhood of, v. Sheet Metal Workers' International Alliance, Amalgamated, 151n, 295; Granite Cutters' International Association of America v. Paving Cutters' Union of the U.S. of America and Canada, International, 188n; Machinists, International Association of, v. Miners, Western Federation of, 105, 106n, 144-45; Plumbers, Gas Fitters, Steam Fitters, and Steam Fitters' Helpers of the U.S. and Canada, United Association of Journeymen, v. Steam, Hot Water, and Power Pipe Fitters and Helpers, International Association of, 151n, 296, 399-402, 402

K

Kaminski, George, 455n

Kautsky, Karl, 241, 242-43n

Keefe, Daniel J.,* 316n; letter from, 316

Kelly, John A., 282, 282n

Kelso, Charles, 188-89, 190n

Kemper, Louis,* 91, 92n, 415; letter from, 423

Kenney, John, 233, 234n

Kentucky farmers' case, 265, 276-77n

Kentucky Railroad Tax Cases, 479, 492n

Kenyon, William S., 424n

Kern, John, 519n

Keystone Carmen, 51, 52n, 70

King, A. E., 244-45n

King, William L. Mackenzie, 114n

Kingman (boiler maker), 81

Kinsella, John T.,* 160n, 402

Kirby, James,* 150, 151n

Kirby, John, Jr., 5:367n, 6:100-101n, 70, 90, 198, 307, 494, 506-7, 511; and McNamara case, 223, 225, 301n

Kline, James W.,* 322, 323n

Knights of Labor, 5, 72, 151n, 505

Knotts, Thomas E., 473, 474n

KOL. See Knights of Labor

König, Ludwig, 241, 243n

Koopman, John, 334n

Koveleski, Emanuel,* 449, 452n

Kreyling, David,* 128, 131n

Kruger, Charles O., 69, 76n

Kruttschnitt, Julius, 321, 323n

Kugler, Albert J., 407, 408n

L

Labor conference: Dec. 1909 (Pittsburgh), 7:473n, 7, 12n, 22-23

Labor Day, 3:106-7n, 237

Labor Forward Movement, 391, 474, 474n

Labor legislation, federal, SG and, 392. See also Child labor, federal regulation of, SG and; Hours of labor, federal regulation of, SG and; Women workers, hours of labor of, federal regulation of, SG and

Labor legislation, state, SG and, 392. See also Wages, state regulation of, SG and

Labor party. See Political action, partisan

"Labor's Bill of Grievances" (1906), 7:6n, 71

"Labor's 1912 Political Programme," 386-87n

"Labor's Protest to Congress" (1908), 7:320n, 71

Ladies' Garment Workers' Union, International,* 114n; convention, 1910 (Boston), 109, 114n; local 1 (New York City), 6:278n, 114n; local 9 (New York City), 6:278n, 114n; local 10 (New York City), 7:470n, 114n, 442, 442n; local 11 (New York City), 114n; local 15 (Philadelphia), 56n; local 17 (New York City), 114n; local 23 (New York City), 6:278n, 114n; local 25 (New York City), 40n, 442n; local 35 (New York City), 6:278n, 114n; local 41 (New York City), 442n; local 50 (New York City), 442n; local 62 (New York City), 442n; local 64 (New York City), 114n; local 68 (New York City), 114n; mass meetings (New York City), 40n, 109-10, 114n, 218-19, 219n; and Protocol Agreement, 439-40, 440n, 442n; strike, 1909-10 (New York City), 39, 40n; strike, 1909-10 (Philadelphia), 56n, 269; strike, 1910 (New York City), 109-13, 114n, 218, 219n, 229, 269, 450; strike, 1913 (New York City), 442n, 450

Lamar, Joseph R., 152-53, 154n

Lamoreux, Forrest P., 261, 276n

Laredo, Tex., Trades Council, 47, 47n

Lathers' International Union, Wood, Wire, and Metal,* 416n

Lattimer massacre, 4:376-77n, 303

Laundry workers, organization of, 47, 47n

Lavin, Charles, 6:204n, 293, 293n

Lawrence, Groce, 290n

Lawrence, Mass., textile workers' strike (1912), 324-25, 325-26n, 360, 406, 450, 501-2, 502n, 517, 518n

Lawyer, Charles E.,* 30, 31n, 53

League to Enforce Peace, 208n

Leather Workers on Horse Goods, United Brotherhood of, 7:*; strike, 1910, 148n; strike, 1910-12 (Los Angeles), 147, 148n

Leaventritt, Edgar M., 387, 389, 389n

Lee, John F., 130

Lee, Robert E., 234, 234n

Legien, Carl,* 116, 117n, 241, 252, 409, 412n, 518; letter to, 393-94

Legislation, foreign:

--Canada: Industrial Disputes Investigation Act, 115n

--Great Britain: Act of 1824 regarding combinations and trade societies, 466-67, 468n; Employers' Liability Act (1880), 457, 459n; Trade Disputes Act (1906), 7:289n, 74, 467, 490, 494; Workmen's Compensation Act (1906), 7:289n, 457

Legislation, state:

--California: wages and hours for women and children, legislation on (1913), 384n

--Indiana: child labor law (1911), 180, 182n

--Maryland: political campaign law (1908), 246

--Massachusetts: fifty-eight-hour law (1892), 3:283n, 180, 182n; fifty-four-hour law (1911), 324, 325n

--Missouri: Oliver Law (1911), 493n; Orr Law (1913), 493n

--New Mexico: personal injury law, 132n

--New York: fire hazard law (1913), 471-72, 472n; labor legislation, 426-27, 427n; penal law, amendment of (1911), 239-40, 240n; workmen's compensation act (1910), 327n; workmen's compensation act (1913), 327, 327-28n

--Oklahoma: Coach Law (1907), 46, 46n

--Pennsylvania: building construction safety law (1893), 190, 191n; employers' liability law (1915), 191n; workmen's compensation law (1915), 191n

Legislation, U.S.

(The date in parentheses after an act designates the year the law was passed; the date after a bill is the year the legislation was introduced in Congress.)

--Alien Contract Labor Law (1885), 3:195-96n, 316

--appropriation bills. See deficiency bill; sundry civil appropriation legislation

--Bacon bill. See Legislation, U.S.: Sherman Antitrust Act, bills to amend, S. 6266 (1912, Bacon)

--Bartlett bill. See Legislation, U.S.: Sherman Antitrust Act, bills to amend, H.R. 23,189 (1912, Bartlett)

--Bureau of Labor, act to establish (1884), 95, 100n

--campaign contribution act (1910), H.R. 2250 (1909), 82-85, 85n

--child labor act (1908), S. 4812 (1908), 132, 132n

--Clayton bill. See Legislation, U.S., injunction limitation bills, H.R. 23,635 (1912, Clayton)

--contempt bill, H.R. 22,591 (1912), 424, 425n

--convict labor bills: H.R. 5450 (1900), 330, 332n; H.R. 5601 (1911), 330, 332n

--deficiency bill (1906), H.R. 12,320, 6:526n, 132, 132n, 341, 371

--Department of Commerce and Labor, act to create (1903), 100n

--Department of Labor, act to create (1913), H.R. 22,913 (1912), 333n, 376, 395, 424-25, 425n, 470; other bills to create: H.R. 3646 (1909), 94-99, 100n, 331, 332-33n; H.R. 13 (1911), 331, 333n

--eight-hour act (1892), 3:405n, 371

--eight-hour act (1912), H.R. 9061 (1911), 257, 259n, 370-72, 379, 380n, 395, 459-60

--eight-hour act, for letter carriers (1912), H.R. 21,279 (1912), 494, 495-96n

--employers' (railroad) liability act (1908), H.R. 20,310 (1908), 458, 459n

--Foraker Act (1900), 88, 89n; bill to amend, H.R. 19,718 (1910), 88-89, 89-90n

--Income Tax Act (1894), 3:548n, 264

--industrial relations commission, act to create (1912), H.R. 21,094 (1912), 376, 381n

--injunction limitation bills: H.R. 18,752 (1906, Pearre), 6:526-27n, 373, 380n; H.R. 94 (1907, Pearre), 7:311n, 373, 380n; H.R. 21,334 (1910, Moon), 100, 101n, 152, 158, 159n; H.R. 25,188 (1910, Wilson), 100, 101n, 158, 159n, 373, 380n; H.R. 11,032 (1911, Wilson), 257, 258-59n, 354, 355n, 373, 380, 380n; H.R. 23,635 (1912, Clayton), 259n, 373-75, 380-81n, 424-25, 438n, 445, 448n

--intoxicating liquors, act prohibiting transportion of (1913), S. 4043 (1911), 423, 424n

--judiciary act (1911), H.R. 23,377 (1910) and S. 7031 (1910), 158, 159n

--labor dispute investigation bill, H.R. 15,447 (1908), 132, 132n

--lobbying bill, H.R. 22,912 (1912), 377-79, 381n

--Moon bill. See Legislation, U.S., injunction limitation bills, H.R. 21,334 (1910, Moon)

--New Mexico personal injury resolution (1908), S.R. 37 (1908), 132, 132n

--Pearre bill. See Legislation, U.S., injunction limitation bills, H.R. 18,752 (1906, Pearre) and H.R. 94 (1907, Pearre)

--political campaigns and coercion of employees, legislation on, H.R. 11,177 (1911), 245-46, 246n

--Post Office appropriation act (1912), H.R. 21,279 (1912), 494, 495n; resolution (1913), H.J. Res. 80 (1913), 495, 496n

--Sherman Antitrust Act (1890), 4:28n, 131n, 154-55n, 165n, 362, 410; amendment of, 153, 355n, 402-6, 413; and labor organizations, 41, 53, 62-63, 65-68, 264-66, 318-19, 385, 463, 465-66, 469-70, 477, 479-81, 483, 487-88, 490 (see also Electrical Workers, International Brotherhood of, local 9 [Chicago], injunction against, and local 134 [Chicago], injunction against; Kentucky farmers' case)

--Sherman Antitrust Act, bills to amend: H.R. 19,745 (1908, Hepburn), 7:322n, 361-62, 363n; S. 6440 (1908, Warner), 362, 363n; H.R. 23,189 (1912, Bartlett), 374-75, 380, 381n; S. 6266 (1912, Bacon), 374-75, 380, 381n; Chilton bill (1912), 361-62

--sundry civil appropriation legislation: act for 1911 (1910), H.R. 25,552 (1910), 132, 132n, 460, 469, 492; H.R. 25,552, Hughes amendment of, 132, 132n, 158, 460, 469, 492; bill for 1914, H.R. 28,775 (1913), 460-61, 468n, 469, 478-79, 484; H.R. 28,775, Hamill amendment of, 460-61, 468n, 469, 478-79, 484; act for 1914 (1913), H.R. 2441 (1913), 468n, 469, 491-92, 494, 495n, 507

--tariff act (1894). See Legislation, U.S.: Wilson-Gorman tariff

--tariff act (1909), H.R. 1438 (1909), 484, 492n

--tariff act (1913; Underwood tariff), H.R. 10 (1913) and H.R. 3321 (1913), 484-85, 493n

--Underwood tariff. See Legislation, U.S., tariff act (1913; Underwood tariff)

--vocational education bills: H.R. 20,374 (1910), 79, 80n; S. 4675 (1910), 79, 80n, 182, 182n; S. 3 (1911), 376, 381n, 398-99, 399n

--Wilson bill. See Legislation, U.S., injunction limitation bills, H.R. 25,188 (1910, Wilson) and H.R. 11,032 (1911, Wilson)

--Wilson-Gorman tariff (1894), 3:554n, 264

--workmen's compensation bill, S. 5382 (1912), 442-47, 448n, 457

Legislative records, of political candidates, 131-32, 387n, 395-96

Lehmann, Frederick W., 130

Lennon, John B.,* 6n, 332n, 371, 455-56, 501, 503-4; at AFL conventions, 6, 8-9, 16, 18n, 146n, 283, 286n, 295, 407, 409n, 411; and cloakmakers' strike, 110-12; and McNamara case, 235, 238n; and temperance, 38n, 92-94, 94n; letters to, 35-38, 92-94, 171-73, 386

Levi, Abraham G., 230, 231n

Levi, Isaac M., 244n, 246-47; letter from, 244

Levi and Co., 230, 231n

Levy, Samuel, 127

Lewis, John L.,* 279-80, 280n; letter from, 475-76

Lewis, Thomas L.,* 9n, 30, 93, 94n, 106n, 170; at AFL conventions, 7, 137, 139n, 288, 290n

Lightner, Hamilton W., 232-34, 234n

Lincoln, Abraham, 85

Lindsay, Samuel M., 455-56, 456n

Literacy test, for immigrants, 330

Lithuanian workers, 345

Livernash, Edward J., 6:261-62n, 491

Llewellyn Iron Works, bombing of, 131n, 209n, 299n

Locomotive Engineers, Brotherhood of,* 251, 253n, 313

Locomotive Firemen and Enginemen, Brotherhood of,* 51n, 302n; affiliation with AFL, 249-53; and black workers, 250, 253n; convention, 1910 (St. Paul), 52n; and Southern Railway Co., 253n

Lodge, Henry Cabot, 4:147n, 430

Loewe, Dietrich E. See Loewe v. Lawlor

Loewe v. Lawlor, 6:177-78n, 40-42, 42n, 62-68, 70, 74, 75n; AFL and, 402-6, 406n; AFL assessment for appeal, 76n, 78, 86; appeal of decision, 41, 76n, 77-78, 79n, 193-94, 194n, 203, 204n, 265, 402-6, 406n; and conspiracy laws, 463, 466, 488-90

London, Meyer, 110-11, 114n, 127, 127n

Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth, 511n

Los Angeles, Merchants' and Manufacturers' Association of, 121, 122-23n, 146-47, 148n, 248, 272

Los Angeles, organizing in, 121-22, 122n

Los Angeles Central Labor Council, 4:480n, 148n

Los Angeles Founders' and Employers' Association, 122-23n

Los Angeles Metal Trades Council, 122n

Los Angeles Saddlery and Finding Co., 148n

Los Angeles Times, 349; photograph of SG in, 280, 281n, 282; strike against (1890-92, 1893- ), 6:213n, 129, 146

Los Angeles Times building, bombing of, 128-30, 130-31n, 136, 306-7, 349-50; and Los Angeles brewery workers' strike, 148n; and Los Angeles metal workers' strike, 123n; and McNamaras, 131n, 209n, 299n; SG condemnations of, 129, 220-24, 271-72, 349

Lovett, Robert S., 321, 323n

Low, Seth, 7:321n, 118, 227n, 304n, 323, 324n; letters to, 220-26, 321-22

Lowell, Abbott L., 258, 259n

Lubitz, Yetta, 243

Lusk Committee, 398n

Lynch, James M.,* 4-5, 6n, 13, 138, 142-43, 290, 439n; letter from, 302

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