Jenkins, Howard, 1915-
Howard Jenkins, Jr., was the first African American appointed to the National Labor Relations Board. He served on the Board from 1963 to 1983.
Found in 69 Collections and/or Records:
Appointment of Howard Jenkins, Jr. as Assistant Commissioner for Regulations and Administrative Determinations, Bureau of Labor Management Reports, 1962 January 14
Certificate of Jenkins election as Fellow Emeritus of the College of Labor and Employment Lawyers, 1997 August 3
Abstract Certificate issued by the Governors of the College of Labor and Employment Law confirming the election of Howard Jenkins, Jr. as Fellow Emeritus of the College of Labor and Employment Lawyers.
Dates: 1997 August 3
Abstract National Labor Relations Board Certificate of Service presented to Howard Jenkins, Jr. in Official Recognition and appreciation of Thirty Years of Honorable Service to the Government of the United States.
Dates: 1976 November 18
Abstract Program for the University of Denver undergraduate, graduate and doctoral commencement ceremony, June 2, 1973. Honorary degree recipients: Howard Jenkins, Jr. Doctor of Laws, he obtained a bachelor of arts degree in 1936 and a law degree in 1941, both from the University of Denver and Albert Harold Rosenthal, Doctor of Laws, a native of Denver, he received a bachelor of arts degree with honors from the University of Denver in 1936. The conferring of degrees: Maurice B. Mitchell, Chancellor of...
Dates: 1973 June 2