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Brotherhood Railway Carmen of America. Main Line Lodge No. 146



Parent body in LCNAF 9/15/2008 (note the word "of" does not appear in LCNAF form after "Brotherhood"): Consolidation of: Brotherhood of Car Repairers, instituted 1888; Carmen's Mutual Aid Association, instituted 1888; Car Inspector's, Repairers' and Oilers' Protective Association, instituted 1890; Brotherhood Railway Carmen of Canada, instituted 1890. Later names: Brotherhood Railway Carmen of the United States and Canada; then Transportation Communications International Union. Brotherhood Railway Carmen Division.

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Alexander M. Richmond Papers

Identifier: M003
Abstract Alexander Malcolm Richmond (1889-1957) was employed by the Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad Company (1922-1949) and was involved in union activities with Main Line Lodge, No. 146, Brotherhood Railway Carmen of America (1940-1951). He was also an executive board member of the Joint Protective Board, Brotherhood Railway Carmen of America (1949-1951). His papers include business correspondence concerning working conditions, union business, work violations, and safety issues;...
Dates: 1940-1951