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Total manuscripts: 7

Athanasoglou, Michael Collection on Taxi Driver Rights
Coll #: MS-00230
Date: 1979-1983
Extent: 0.21 linear feet, 0.23 cubic feet (1 box)
The Michael Athanasoglou Collection on Taxi Driver Rights (1979-1983) contains the records of Las Vegas, Nevada taxicab activist Michael Athanasoglou. Included are clippings, correspondence, fliers, and memoranda that document Athanasoglou’s struggle to organize taxi drivers into a union in Las Vegas.
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Blood, Leonard
Coll #: MS-00161
Date: 1888-1962, bulk 1930-1950
Extent: 2.75 linear feet, 1.27 cubic feet (1 box, 1 flat folder)
The Leonard Blood Papers consist of Leonard Blood's photographs and personal documents from his work in the United States Navy, Las Vegas Labor Commission, and on the Boulder (Hoover) Dam in Nevada, ranging from the years of 1888 to 1962. The bulk of the papers date between 1930 to 1950. The collection's contents include correspondence, telegrams, newspaper clippings, a scrapbook, family photographs and various ephemera.
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Cashman (James Sr.) Papers
Coll #: MS-00144
Date: 1890-1969
Extent: 4 boxes, 1 flat file (1.48 Cubic Feet, 2.28 Linear Feet)
Related Materials: 0013
The James Cashman Sr. Papers date from approximately 1890 to 1969 and contain correspondence, photographs, insurance records, and bank records related to Cashman and his businesses in Southern Nevada. The collection documents the lives of the Cashman family and their businesses in southern Nevada.
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Clark County Central Labor Council Records
Coll #: MS-00027
Date: 1938-1968
Extent: 1 folder (in shared box); (0.10 cubic feet, 0.10 linear feet)
The Clark County Central Labor Council Records date from 1938 to 1968 and represent Ragnald Fyhen's written account of how the Clark County Central Labor Council union was formed. The work includes the activities and meetings of the labor union and Fyhen's work (1933-1947) while Secretary-Treasurer of the Central Labor Council. This work is entitled "Labor Notes." Additionally the collection contains a resolution submitted to the Central Labor Council in 1938 in regards to proposing new legislation to regulate the Clark County hospital.
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Hanley (Thomas) Collection of Newspaper Clippings
Coll #: MS-00567
Date: 1970s
Extent: 1 box (0.19 cubic feet, 0.21 linear feet))
The Collection of Newspaper Clippings on Thomas Hanley is comprised of photocopied newspaper articles from the Las Vegas Sun and Las Vegas Review-Journal, dating from 1956 and 1972. The materials relate to the life and career of Thomas Hanley, a union boss accused of several murders and convicted of the murder of Al Bramlet.
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Las Vegas, Nevada Strip Hotel Labor Relations Collection
Coll #: MS-00659
Date: 1963-2008
Extent: 5 boxes (3.12 cubic feet, 2.75 linear feet)
The Las Vegas, Nevada Strip Hotel Labor Relations Collection comprises legal documents, correspondence, and human resources manuals and pamphlets related to labor in the hospitality industry on the Las Vegas Strip in Nevada from 1963 to 2008. The majority of documents involve the Culinary Union, the Bartenders Union, the Teamsters Union, MGM Mirage affiliated hotel casinos, the Dunes Hotel, and the Sands Hotel and Casino.
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LaVoie (Joseph T.) Papers
Coll #: MS-00902
Date: 1930-1984
Extent: 4 boxes (1.52 cubic feet, 1.96 linear feet)
The collection is comprised of professional communication, memoranda, newspaper clippings, membership cards, and manuals from 1930 to 1984 that belonged to Las Vegas, Nevada police officer, Joseph T. LaVoie. The collection contains material about LaVoie's police work, his involvement with various labor organizations, and his work with childrens groups such as the Friends of Youth. The material about LaVoie's work as a police officer dates from 1946 to 1966, when the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department was known as the City of Las Vegas Police Department.
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