Prepared by Editorial Staff of Chester Wright's Labor Letter, John Herling, Editor and Publisher. No place: Chester Wright's Labor Letter, ca. 1948. 8 1/2 x 11 in. Mimeographed sheets bound in folder. 51, 24 p. (printed on rectos only). 
New York: Chest for Liberation of Workers of Europe, ca. 1934. 8vo. Wraps. 30 p. Contains speeches, remarks and reports by William Green, Walter Citrine, Joseph P. Ryan, John Fitzpatrick, Selma Borchardt, Matthew Woll, John P. Frey and B. Charney Vladeck. 
No place: American Federation of Labor, 1954. 8vo. Maroon binder's fabrikoid, stamped in gilt & blind. xl, 638 p. James Petrillo's copy, with his name stamped in gilt on the front cover. Brotherhood of Bookbinders Union label at lower corner of front paste-down. 
Nos. 1 through 9. New York: A. F. of L., (1947-1955). Wraps. 48 + 48 + 64 + 96 + 96 + 96 + 96 +144 + 159 p. The International Labor Relations department was founded in 1946 under the Chairmanship of Matthew Woll. It functioned in opposition to the.....