Alabama Manufacturing Association records
Scope and Contents
This collection includes membership information, correspondence to members, newsletters, data on industrial growth, and civic booster brochures from various Alabama cities.
- Alabama Manufacturing Association (Organization)
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Biographical / Historical
The Alabama Manufacturing Association played a role in the passage of Alabama's first unemployment compensation law, and supported the Taft-Hartley Act of 1947. The name was changed to the Alabama Industries Association in the late 1930s.
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Language of Materials
Includes membership information, correspondence to members, newsletters, data on industrial growth, and civic booster brochures from various Alabama cities.
S. Braden, 2009; updated by Martha Bace, 2012
- Guide to the Alabama Manufacturing Association records
- May 2009
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