Project Director:
   Dr. Gerald Zahavi

Contents
   Introduction
   Interviews/Transcripts
   Life History
   Correspondence
   Other Documents
   Credits

 


A Talking History Project


Nathan Spero ~ A Life in the UE


Correspondence

Letter from Carl E.L. Rosenberg of the Works Progress Administration, acknowledging Mr. Spero's appointment to the position of Statistical Clerk. Feb, 1937 Adobe .pdf - 37 kb.
Letter from Carl Rosenberg acknowledging Mr. Spiro's promotion to Junior Research Assistant. July 1937 Adobe .pdf -145 kb
Letter from Janet L. Wile, Senior Administrative Secretary for the Director of the Works Progress Administration, changing Mr. Spiro's salary. Jan. 1938. Adobe .pdf - 99 kb
Letter from Janet L. Wile extending Mr. Spiro's appointment. June, 1938. Adobe .pdf - 93 kb
Letter from Janet L. Wile acknowledging Mr. Spiro's change in status at the WPA. Sept. 1938. Adobe .pdf -105 kb
Letter from Janet L. Wile acknowledging a pay raise. October 1938. Adobe .pdf - 90 kb
Letter from Fred Zappolo, Director of Personnel, Works Progress Administration, acknowledging Mr. Spiro's appointment. May, 1941. Adobe .pdf - 30 kb
Letter from Harry L. Kinnear, Chief Clerk of the WPA to David Weintraub of the WPA National Research Project regarding documents to be executed by Mr. Spiro. June, 1941. Adobe .pdf - 76 kb
Letter from Fred Zappolo regarding a change in Mr.Spiro's employment status with the WPA. July, 1941. Adobe .pdf - 31 kb
Letter from E. H. Hulse, Acting Director of Personnel for the WPA regarding Mr. Spiro's promotion to Associate Economist. Sept. 1942. Adobe .pdf - 31 kb
Letter from Franklin DeWald, Director of Personnel for the WPA regarding a transfer and change in grade. April, 1943.

Adobe .pdf - 29 kb

Letter transferring Mr. Spiro from the WPA to the War Service Department. June, 1943. Adobe .pdf - 38 kb
Letter from Walter H. Duncan, Director of the WPA regarding the transfer to the FWA. July, 1943. Adobe .pdf - 30 kb
Letter from John Storey, Jr. Field Personnel Representative, regarding a change in status in the Federal Works Agency. Includes attached form. Sept. 1943. Adobe .pdf - 68 kb
Letter to Alex ? regarding Mr. Spero's draft status. March, 1944. Adobe .pdf - 47 kb
Letter from Secretary of Labor Lawrence Schwellenbach on conclusion of his work with the Commission on Incentives. August, 1947. Adobe .pdf - 179 kb
Letter from John Gallager, Regional Director of the Federal Works Agency terminating Mr. Spero's employment with the National Research Project upon the closing of that agency. April, 1944. Adobe .pdf - 214 kb
Letter from Albert Hartwell confirming Mr. Spero's employment with the UE contingent on resolution of his draft status. May, 1944. Adobe .pdf - 217 kb
Letter from John Storey, Field Personnel Representative for the Federal Works Agency, terminating Mr. Spero's employment by that agency. June, 1944. Adobe .pdf - 355 kb
Letter from Edgar L. Warren, Director, U.S. Conciliation Service regarding the service. July, 1947. Adobe .pdf - 464 kb
Letter from William W. Winpisinger, International President, International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers; on the occasion of Mr. Spero's retirement. Feb, 1983. Adobe .pdf - 122 kb
Telegram from J. Carlin Allen, Director, Industrial Union Department, AFL-CIO, congratulating Mr. Spero on his retirement. March, 1983. Adobe .pdf - 46 kb
Telegram from William H. Bywater, President, IUE-AFL-CIO; on the occasion of Mr. Spero's retirement. March, 1983. Adobe .pdf - 36 kb
Telegram from the CBC Steering Committee, congratulating Mr. Spero on the occasion of his retirement. March, 1983. Adobe .pdf - 34 kb
Telegram from Tom Hickman of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, congratulating Mr. Spero on the occasion of his retirement. March, 1983. Adobe .pdf - 46 kb
Personal letter from Thomas Quinn from July, 1995 Adobe .pdf - 59 kb.
Personal letter from Thomas and Irene Quinn from August 1995. Adobe .pdf - 59 kb.

 

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