Charles H. Martin speech
Scope and Contents
Radio speech delivered over Portland radio stations KALE and KEX calls for a special election of the employees of the Inman-Poulsen Lumber Co. in Portland to indicate their choice of bargaining agency and end the inter-organizational dispute which closed down lumber operations in the Portland area.
- Creation: 1937 Dec 6
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Governor of Oregon, 1935-1939.
0.02 linear feet
Language of Materials
Galley proof of radio speech given by Governor Martin over Portland radio stations KALE and KEX, Dec. 6, 1937. The speech calls for a settlement to the dispute between two opposing labor groups by holding a special election on Dec. 9, 1937. Election would allow the employees of the Inman-Poulsen Lumber Mill in Portland to choose a bargaining agency, since the National Labor Relations Board could not resolve the issue.
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1 item ; 49 x 16 cm.
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Collection is processed.
- Guide to the Charles H. Martin speech
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- Finding aid written in English.