The William Ready Division of Archives and Research Collections at McMaster University has collected resources related to Labour History since the 1970s. Through its acquisition of union archives, the private papers of Canadian labour leaders, and labour-related journals and publications, McMaster Archives is a prominent site for research on labour history in Canada.
Highlights of the collection include:
Division 107 of the Amalgamated Transit Workers was organized in April 1899 to represent the Hamilton Street Railway employees. The archive, covering from 1899 to 1972, includes minute books, financial records, correspondence, agreements, photographs, and research files.
This Hamilton local, charted in 1881, was the first bricklayers' trade organization formed in Canada. Included in the records are dues check-off ledgers dating from 1888 to 1969, and minute books dating from 1894 to 1970. The archive also includes a letter-book, financial records, and some photographs.
City of Hamilton workers were first organized in 1918 as part of the American Federation of Labour. In April 1933 the organization moved to the Trades and Labour Congress of Canada as the Civic Maintenance Association. It joined the Canadian Congress of Labour on 25 April 1943, as the Hamilton Civic Employees Union, without a local number. It received its designation as Local 5 when it joined the National Organization of Civic Utilities and Electrical Workers on 1 January 1945. Local 5 joined with the National Union of Public Service Employees (NUPSE) on 11 September 1953 which in turn joined with the National Union of Public Employees (NUPE) to form the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) on 24 September 1963.
Local 5167 was formed in 2000, and consists of seven units, from DARTS, Macassa and Wentworth Lodges, Royal Botanical Gardens, Good Shepherd Centres, Hamilton International Airport and the City of Hamilton with both outside and inside working groups. Union members previously belonged to Local 5 (Hamilton, Ont.), or Local 167 (Hamilton, Ont.), formed in 1952, whose archives are also held by McMaster.
Other CUPE fonds:
Workers in front of Taylor-Forbes Ltd., a radiator foundry, Guelph, Ont., March 1938. Canadian Labour Collection.
The fonds consists of minute books, membership and dues books, cash books.
Donated to McMaster University in 1981, this fonds includes minute books and agreements. The material is currently restricted, requiring permission to access.
The fonds consists of eight minute books, recording the meetings held by the union from 1904 to 1982.
The records of this Hamilton local, representing the employees at Westinghouse, were first transferred to McMaster University in 1979, and have since been updated. The archive is an extensive one, reflecting the activity of the local from 1937 to approximately 1978. Included in the collection are substantial correspondence files, contract negotiations and agreements dating from 1945, and minutes for the executive board, membership meetings, and stewards' council meetings.
International Union of Painters and Allied Trades
Local 205 received its charter on 27 June 1900 from the Brotherhood of Painters and Decorators of America. The Local 205 (Hamilton, Ont.) fonds consists of collective agreements, financial statements, dues books, cancelled cheques, minute books and photocopies of historic material.
Local 1795 received its charter from the International Brotherhood of Painters, Decorators, and Paperhangers on 8 December 1954. The Local 1795 (Hamilton, Ont.) fonds consists of constitutions, rules, agreements, correspondence, convention proceedings, account books, minutes, seal and stamp from locals 1834 and 1795 (merged into local 1795 in 1979).
Local 1824 (Hamilton, Ont.) fonds consists of a minute book, August 1971 to November 1974; dues books, and brief historical information about the Local.
Iron Molders' Union of North America
McMaster Archives holds two items from the Iron Molders' Union of North America: a minute book, 1872-1879 from the Toronto chapter (Local 28) and a membership ledger, 1929-1930, from the Hamilton chapter (Local 26).
The SEIU represents several thousand workers across Canada, and is the alternate union for non-professional health-care personnel, many of whom are represented by the Canadian Union of Public Employees. The SEIU records which were donated to McMaster in 1976 deal principally with Local 204 (Toronto area) and include agreements, financial records, minutes, and a number of briefs and reports prepared by the union staff. The archive also includes a sizeable collection of correspondence and files from the office of Albert G. Hearn, for many years President, and later International Vice-President for Canada.
This is a collection of twenty taped interviews (most accompanied by transcripts) done by Alan O'Connor with some members of the Toronto Typographical Workers Union between 1981 and 1984. The resulting publications, including a manuscript entitled "The Real Live Type", are also part of the collection.
Spanning from 1964 to 1969, the fonds consists of correspondence and printed materials, including bulletins, working papers and reports, constitution and bylaws, and press releases.
Item is a charter granted by the Grand Lodge on 17 April 1919, signed by two officers the Grand Secretary-Treasurer and the Grand President.
The Local 504 union was formed in March 1937 by workers at Westinghouse Electric Corporation. In 1977, 504 divided into 504 and 550. Fonds consists of correspondence, Executive Board and committees, grievances and printed materials. Restrictions are active on grievance files.
McMaster University acquired the inactive records of the Canadian office of the Aluminum, Brick and Glassworkers International Union, previously the United Glass and Ceramic Workers of North America, in 1980. These records, dating from 1952 to 1972, include correspondence with the union locals, general correspondence files, seminar and conference proceedings, financial records, and files on contract negotiations and agreements.
The Federation of Glass, Ceramic and Silica Sand Workers was originally formed in 1934, and began organizing Canadian workers in 1954 as the United Glass and Ceramic Workers of North America.
Members of the local were employed by Canadian Industries Ltd. (C-I-L), General Chemicals Division. Fonds consists of certification documents, contract negotiations, correspondence and a newsletter.
Fonds consists of two charters certified on 1 January 1943 and 27 June 1960.
United Steel Workers of America fonds
USW is the largest private sector union in North America with more than 225,000 members in Canada and more than 850,000 members continent-wide. McMaster University Archives holds the fonds of several USW locals, primarily located in Hamilton and Toronto.
This archive extends to over 150 metres and consists of minutes, correspondence with locals, general correspondence, research files and organizational records dating from 1953 to 1985. Accompanying the District 6 archive is a small collection of papers created by Larry Sefton, past Director of District 6.
This local represents several thousand employees at Stelco in Hamilton. The archive includes minutes, correspondence, agreements, and research files dating from 1937 to 1977. Some information is available on the Steelworkers Organizing Committee, and there are records on the strike in 1946 including materials collected by T. McClure.
The records of this local, representing the employees at International Harvester in Hamilton, consist of correspondence, minutes, grievance reports, agreements, and research files, dating from 1943 to 1977.
The records of this local of USWA, organized at the Stanley Works, date from 1960 to 1974, and comprise of minutes, reports and newsletters.
Local 3696 is active at Norton Company of Canada Ltd. The archives consist of minute books dating from 1946 to 1974, collective agreements up to 1973 and correspondence files for the same period.
The archives for this local, operating at Stelco's Parkdale Works, consist of correspondence, financial records and research files dating from 1969 to 1975. The library also holds microfilm copies of a portion of the USWA Canadian National Office archives which are deposited in the Public Archives of Canada. These microfilms extend the research value of the substantial United Steelworkers of America material at McMaster University. The USWA collection as a whole offers researchers many unexplored areas of study.
• Other USWA fonds:
Local 2537 (Hamilton, ON), Local 3250 (Hamilton, ON), Local 4213 (Hamilton, ON), Local 5955 (Welland, Ont.), Local 6979 (Hamilton, Ont.), Local 7062 (Hamilton, ON), Local 8095 (Toronto, Ont.) fonds, Local 2940 (Hamilton, Ont.), Local 2950 (Hamilton, Ont.), Local 6203 (Hamilton, Ont.), Local 8179 (Hamilton, Ont.), Local 8483 (Hamilton, Ont.), and Local 8995 (Simcoe, Ont.).
Photograph, ca. 1946. United Steelworkers of America, District 6. Box 475, File 12.
Photograph, 1946. United Steelworkers of America, District 6. Box 476, File 1.
Ralph Ellis (1920-1988) was an active labour leader in Hamilton for more than twenty years. He was active in the CCF party, becoming president of the Hamilton West Riding Association and also running for alderman in the 1950s. He went on to chair the National Committee for Independent Canadian Unions.
The fonds consists of two scrapbooks which contain mainly news clippings outlining Ellis' many activities. See also the National Committee for Independent Canadian Unions fonds for further biographical information on Ellis as well as some correspondence.
Bob Jaggard (1929-1994) born in Hamilton, Ont., was a trade unionist and community activist. During his 36 years as an employee of the Hamilton Street Railway, Jaggard was a member of Local 107 of the Amalgamated Transit Union, serving several terms as president. He was also a founder of the Hamilton Beach Preservation Committee, a member of the Hamilton and District Labour Council, and a member of the Communist Party of Canada. He was a candidate for that party in the Ontario provincial election of 1987 in the Hamilton East riding.
The documents in this collection were gathered by Robert Kristofferson as biographical research for his book on Bob Jaggard. It consists of photocopies of correspondence, news clippings, and other material.
Canadian Labour Congress delegate certificate, 1956, Ralph Ellis fonds, scrapbook 1.
Mark Krakowski (1943-) was born in Kazakstan, the son of Jewish Holocaust survivors from Poland. His career included work as a human rights officer with the Ontario Human Rights Commission, a labour staff representative for various organizations, and a regional representative of the Public Service Alliance of Canada. His archive includes records related to labour action at the Public Service Alliance of Canada and the Canadian Union of Labour Employees. It also contains material on union activity in the Caribbean countries, the Commonwealth Trade Union Council, and the Mayor’s Committee on Community, Race, and Ethnic Relations in North York.
J.N. (Pat) Kelly was public relations advisor to Stelco during the historic strike of 1946, and for the duration of the strike lived with Hugh Hilton, president of the steel company, in the Royal Connaught Hotel in Hamilton. Several years ago the Library was able to obtain Mr. Kelly's papers from that period. The collection includes correspondence, texts of radio broadcasts, memoranda, telegrams, press releases and news clippings concerning the strike. The papers are an invaluable resource for the study of the strike. Also included in the collection are personal correspondence, a taped interview, and information on the Kirkland Lake strike in 1941-1942.
David Lewis (1909-1981) was a political leader, labour lawyer, and university professor. He was born in Svisloch, Poland on June 23, 1909. He was the son of Rose (nee Lazarovitch) and Moishe Losz, a prominent labour leader in Poland and Canada. In 1935, he became the national secretary for the Co-operative Commonwealth Federation. With the CCF, he helped draft the Winnipeg Declaration of 1956.
David played a role in the founding of the New Democratic Party in July 1961. He was elected as Member of Parliament for York South in 1962. He lost his seat in the 1963 general election but returned to the House of Commons in the 1965. He was re-elected in 1968 and became the federal leader of the party in 1971.
The David Lewis fonds consists of personal letters and material from his political campaigns.
Stephen Lewis (1937-) is a politician, humanitarian, global activist, diplomat, and public speaker. He is a Companion of the Order of Canada, was named “Canadian of the Year” by Maclean’s in 2003 and has received countless awards and recognition for his humanitarian work in the fight against HIV/AIDS in Africa. Between 1970 and 1978, Stephen was the Provincial Leader of the Ontario New Democratic Party. In October 1984, Stephen was appointed as Canada's Ambassador of Canada to the United Nations by Prime Minister Brian Mulroney. He chaired the committee which drafted the five-year UN Programme on African Economic Recovery and the first International Conference on Climate Change in 1988. In the 1990s, he served as the Special Advisor on Race Relations to the Premier of Ontario; and acted as Deputy Executive Director of the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF). In 2001, Stephen was appointed as the United Nations Secretary-General’s Special Envoy for HIV/AIDS in Africa.
The Stephen Lewis fonds consists of material related to his various professional roles. Notably, his archives includes his speaking notes from his lifelong advocacy on behalf of humanitarian and political causes.
Charles Hibbert Millard (1896-1978) was born in St. Thomas, Ontario. After serving in World War II, he worked at General Motors in Oshawa and became involved with the United Farmers of Ontario, a newly formed political party. After losing his business in the Great Depression, he found employment at General Motors where he became active in union agitation. Eventually, after the settlement of the strike in Oshawa, he worked full-time for the Autoworkers Union.
The collection consists of photographs, including photographs taken of labour marches and strikes.
Larry Sefton (1917-1973) was born in Iroquois Falls, Ontario. He started his working life and his union career almost simultaneously at the age of sixteen in the mines of Kirkland Lake, Ontario. In 1941 he was elected Recording Secretary of Local 240, International Union of Mine, Mill and Smelter Workers. After the 1941-1942 strike was over, Sefton moved to Toronto. He joined the staff of the United Steel Workers of America, and this organization remained the base of his activities from then on. He was involved with the Stelco strike of 1946. Sefton ran unsuccessfully for the C.C.F. Party in the 1949 federal election. In 1953 he became Director of District 6 of the Steelworkers. He travelled extensively throughout Canada and abroad in this job. In 1958 he became Vice-President of the Canadian Labour Congress. He retired from his district directorship in 1972.
The fonds contains personal documents, appointments calendars, addresses and lectures, overseas visits, correspondence concerning the U.S.W.A. international election of 1973, periodicals containing articles about Sefton.
Larry Sefton campaign pamphlet, 1949, United Steelworkers of America: District 6 (Toronto, Ont.) fonds, Box 1, File 7.
Edward E. Seymour (1940-) began his life of union work in 1962 when he became a member of Lodge 1246, International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers. From 1970 to 1977, he was the Canadian Education and Publicity Director for the Textile Workers Union of America. In 1977 he was the national representative for the Communications Workers of Canada (CLC). In 1986 he established Solidarity Consulting, a consulting firm for unions.
This collection of material was donated to the Library by Professor Waisglass in June 1981. Professor Waisglass (1920/1-2014) came to McMaster in 1975 and later became the Director of the Labour Studies Office, established to foster research and higher learning on labour issues. Prior to his years at McMaster, Professor Waisglass did research for the United Steelworkers of America, the Amalgamated Clothing Workers, and other organizations. He also held the position of Director-General, Research and Information, Canadian Department of Labour for several years.
The collection consists of minutes, reports, memoranda, notes, and correspondence relating to Waisglass's various positions.
[Labour Day, Market Square, Hamilton]. 1946. Edward E. Seymour fonds, Box 34, Album 7.
The collection consists of various items relating to labour history, including photographs, charters, and audio discs.
This collection consists of material related to the Canadian Pacific Railway, the Canadian National Railway, and the labour unions representing their employees. The collection dates from 1919 to 1961 and includes early agreements with locomotive firemen, locomotive engineers, conductors, and baggagemen, rates of pay documents, briefs, research reports, and regional documents.
Chartism was a working class reform movement in England during the period from roughly 1836 to 1850. Its name was taken from The People's Charter and its leaders included William Lovett and Feargus O'Connor (1794-1855). The Chartists agitated for better working conditions, universal male suffrage, and other political reforms. The movement ultimately dissipated due to disagreements among its members and the rise of other reform bodies such as the Anti-Corn Law League. The collection consists of printed materials.
The collection mainly concerns the formation of an Employees’ Collective Bargaining Committee for the workers in Sault Ste. Marie in December 1941 and the negotiations which followed, culminating in a contract in July1943. The collection contains correspondence, labour legislation documents, draft agreements and other materials, and the completed contract.
The collection consists of printed materials including convention working papers and addresses and press releases spanning from 1967-1972.
The collection consists of master, local and supplemental agreements between the two organizations. Included is the first collective bargaining agreement recognizing an association of employees (United Automobile Workers, Local 222) at General Motors in April 1937 as well as agreements between various locals and McKinnon Industries and Frigidaire Products.
Labour councils are composed of delegates from the union locals in a community. They are the agencies at the local level which carry through the polices of the trade union movement which are initiated by the Canadian Labour Congress and the Ontario Federation of Labour. Often dependent on volunteer help and with limited funds, the councils vary in effectiveness.
For many years Hamilton had two councils, the Hamilton Trades and Labour Council (formed in 1888), and the Hamilton Labour Council C.C.L. (formed in 1941). In 1956 the two were merged after the formation of the Canadian Labour Congress. The Hamilton and District Labour Council archive at McMaster University comprises all the records of the council from its foundation in 1956 through to 1971. It is a comprehensive collection of minute books, general correspondence, financial records, committee records, and other files. In addition, the archive includes some earlier materials from the two separate councils.
The Hamilton history collection consists of essays written about Hamilton by McMaster students for Professor John Weaver of the McMaster University History Department and numbered file folders containing news clippings about Hamilton. Relevant files include:
—Fraser, Robert L. “We Walk” The Story of the Hamilton Street Railway Strike of 1906. April 1970. (Box 1)
—Hourigen, Terrence. Labour’s Reactions in Canada and Hamilton to the Government-Wartime Policies 1939-1946. August, 1977. (Box 1)
—Lawlor, J. Martin. The Hamilton Independent Labour Party, 1919-1925. April, 1975. (Box 2)
—Rudd, Chris. The Hamilton Street Railway Company 1873-1906. March 1980. (Box 3)
This organization, which was based in Toronto, was formed in 1973 and operated until 1976. A Hamilton branch was formed in 1969. Its main purpose was to achieve independence for the Canadian trade union movement from foreign domination. Initially it was affiliated with the Canadian Liberation Movement.
This collection of N.C.I.C.U. archives extends to one linear foot and consists of minutes, correspondence, membership lists, newsletters, circulars, and financial documents. The collection was donated to the Library by two of its founding members, James Deahl and T.W. Barker.
McMaster University Collection: Labour Studies (Box 39, 268-274, and 284).
McMaster's Labour Studies Programme began in October 1975 with the launching of a certificate programme through the School of Adult Education. The programme focused on the education of union members and staff. The Labour Studies Programme then developed into a group with both instructional and publication functions. The office also assisted in developing the extensive labour archives in the library. The archives predominantly covers 1976 to 1980 when Labour Studies was under the direction of Professor Harry J. Waisglass. It includes administrative correspondence, curriculum planning and information notes, and publications.
Dr. Frankel was chairman of the Royal Commission on Employer-Employee Relations in the Public Services of New Brunswick from June 1966 to August 1967. This collection of materials resulted from his chairmanship of the commission and includes notes on hearings, correspondence, extensive research notes and files, and various drafts of the final report.
The archive is a useful collection of information on the administration of a royal commission, and on employer-employee relations.
The collection consists of interviews conducted by Adams with trade union Field Officers representing a number of different unions and lead to the writing of “The Work of the Trade Union Field Officer” which appeared in Relations industrielles / Industrial Relations, vol. 32, no. 4, 1977. A copy of the article is included with the collection.
|Information/United Steelworkers of America. Vol. 2, No. 5 (May 1953).|
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|AFL-CIO news||1955 - 1996||Archives and Research Collections - Journals (HD 4802 .A33)|
|1988 - 2000||Archives and Research Collections - Journals (JL 106 .A57)|
|1996 - 2005||Archives and Research Collections - Journals (HD 4802 .A33)|
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|Canadian U E news||1943 - 1967||Archives and Research Collections - Journals (HD 6521 .A1 U12)|
|Canadian worker||1969 - 1973||Archives and Research Collections - Journals (HX 2 .W56)|
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|1973 - 1982||Archives and Research Collections - Journals (HX 2 .E6)|
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|1989 - 2009||Archives and Research Collections - Journals (HD 4802 .F62)|
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|Labor challenge||1945 - 1955||Archives and Research Collections - Journals (HX 2 .L248)|
|Labor challenge||1970 - 1977||Archives and Research Collections - Journals (HX 2 .L25)|
|Labor facts||1950 - 1965||Archives and Research Collections - Journals (HD 6521 .L34)|
|Labor press||1970 - 1978||Archives and Research Collections - Journals (HX 2 .L3)|
|Labour arbitration news||1965 - 1995||Archives and Research Collections - Journals (HD 5507 .L3)|
|Labour council of metropolitan Toronto||- 1979||Archives and Research Collections - Journals|
|Labour facts for labour forum||1942 - 19--||Archives and Research Collections - Journals (HD 4802 .L36)|
|The Labour monthly||1921 - 1981||Archives and Research Collections - Journals (HD 4805 .L23)|
|The Labour Scene||1979 - 1983||Archives and Research Collections - Journals (HD 8103 .L33)|
|Lavoratore||1971 - 1973||Archives and Research Collections - Journals (HX 2 .W5616)|
|The Liberator||1918 - 1924||Archives and Research Collections - Journals (HX 1 .L5)|
|Metro Toronto labour||1980 -||Archives and Research Collections - Journals|
|Mine-mill herald||1955 -||Archives and Research Collections - Journals (HD 6521 .A1 M54)|
|1959 - 1981||Archives and Research Collections - Journals (HD 6521 .A1 M56)|
|1944 - 1957||Archives and Research Collections - Journals (JL 1 .N35)|
|The New Leader||1922 - 1946||Archives and Research Collections - Journals (HD 4802 .N52)|
|1989 -||Archives and Research Collections - Journals (HD 6521 .A1 N48)|
|Next year country news | Saskatchewan Waffle||1978 - 1982||Archives and Research Collections - Journals (HX 2 .N482)|
|North country | Ontario Waffle Movement||1974 - 1974||Archives and Research Collections - Journals (AP 5 .N63)|
|October | The Forge||19-- - 1981||Archives and Research Collections - Journals (HX 2 .O3)|
|1970 - 1975||Archives and Research Collections - Journals (HX 2 .O6)|
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|1983 - 2005||Archives and Research Collections - Journals|
|1961 - 1975||Archives and Research Collections - Journals (HD 6521 .A1 P6)|
|Revolutionary Workers League/Ligue ouvrière révolutionnaire PanCanadian pre-convention discussion bulletin||1978 - 19--||Archives and Research Collections - Journals (HX 109 .R855)|
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|Socialist voice||1977 - 1988||Archives and Research Collections - Journals (HX 2 .S59)|
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|1958 - 1980||Archives and Research Collections - Journals (HD 6521 .A1 U14)|
|1982 - 1988||Archives and Research Collections - Journals (HD 6521 .A1 U63)|
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|The Worker (Dublin)||1915 - 19--||Archives and Research Collections - Journals (HV 5285 .W67)|
|The Workers' vanguard||1955 - 1969||Archives and Research Collections - Journals (HX 2 .W62)|
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|The Workers' Voice (Toronto)||1934 - 1939||Archives and Research Collections - Journals (HX 1 .W673)|
|Young Socialist (Toronto)||1970 - 1977||Archives and Research Collections - Journals (HX 2 .Y69)|