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Hearings held in Washington, D.C.:

January 15, 1962.--

January 16, 1962.

January 17, 1962.

January 18, 1962

January 19, 1962

January 24, 1962.

Statement of-

Allen, Alexander J., associate executive director, National Urban

League.

Bell, B. Tartt, executive secretary, southeastern regional office, Ameri-

can Friends Service Committee, High Point, N.C.

Clark, Hon. Joseph S., a U.S. Senator from the State of Pennsylvania --

Cronin, Rev. John F., S.S., assistant director, social action depart-

ment, National Catholic Welfare Conference

Dudley, Alfred D., electrical engineer, National Institutes of Health..

Edmonson, Glenwood M., structural engineer, Division of Design and

Construction GSA...

Goldberg, Hon. Arthur J., Secretary of Labor.

Greeley, Dr. Dana McLean, president, Unitarian Universalist Asso-

ciation of North America -

Hill, Herbert, labor secretary, National Association for the Advance-

ment of Colored People-
Javits, Hon. Jacob K., â U.S. Senator from the State of New York
Laws, Clarence A., southwest regional secretary, National Association

for the Advancement of Colored People-
Long, Dr. Herman H., director, race relations department, Board for

Homeland Ministries, United Church of Christ, Fisk University,

Nashville, Tenn.-

Meany, George, president, American Federation of Labor and Congress

of Industrial Organizations

Mitchell, Clarence, director, Washington Bureau of the National Asso-

ciation for the Advancement of Colored People---

Prinz, Rabbi Joachim, Congregation B'nai Abraham, Newark, N.J..

Randolph, A. Phillip, international president, Brotherhood of Sleeping

Car Porters, and national president, Negro American Labor Council.

Rosenfeld, A. H., nondiscrimination officer; George A. Dorsey, deputy

nondiscrimination officer; William N. Parker, personnel officer, re-

gion 3; J. S. Cromwell, Chief, Design Branch, Design and Construc-

tion, region 3; and Robert Davis, Director of Legislation, Office of

the Administrator, GSA..

Shelley, Hon. John F., a Representative in Congress from the State

of California.

Swainson, Hon. John B., Governor of the State of Michigan

Vanik, Hon. Charles A., a Representative in Congress from the State

of Ohio.

Ward, Reverend A. Dudley, National Council of the Churches of

Christ in the U.S.A.
Weinstein, Lewis H., chairman, National Community Relations Ad-

visory Council..

Williams, Hon. G. Mennen, Assistant Secretary of State for African

Affairs

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Letters, statements, supplemental material, etc.:

Adams, Robert T., executive secretary, Kansas City Commission on

Human Relations, letter to Chairman Roosevelt.

American Civil Liberties Union, statement of.

American Jewish Committee, statement of ---

American Veterans Committee, Inc., statement of ..

Barr, Hon. Joseph M., mayor, city of Pittsburgh, letter to Chairman

Roosevelt.

Bell, B. Tartt, executive secretary, southeastern regional office,

American Friends Service Committee, Inc., High Point, N.C., sum-

mary of testimony by ...

Brown, Hon. Edmund G., Governor of the State of California, tele-

gram to Chairman Roosevelt...
Carey, James B., secretary-treasurer, Industrial Union Department,

AFL-CIO, letter to Chairman Roosevelt.
Chenkin, Alvin, president, and Hilda Siff, executive director, Com-

munity and Social Agency Employees Union, Local 1707,

A.F.S.C.M.E., AFL-CIO, letter and statement from.
Clark, Hon. Joseph S., a United States Senator from the State of

Pennsylvania, text of bill S. 1166..
Cohelan, Hon. Jeffrey, a Representative in Congress from the State

of California, statement of

Cox, Frances, president, North Carolina Chapter, Unitarian Fellow-

ship for Social Justice, letter to Chairman Roosevelt ..

Council for Equal Job Opportunity, Philadelphia, Pa., statement by --

Daley, Hon. Richard J., mayor, city of Chicago, telegram to Chairman

Roosevelt --

Di Salle, Hon. Michael V., Governor of the State of Ohio, letter to

Chairman Roosevelt..

Dilworth, Hon. Richardson, mayor, city of Philadelphia, letter to

Chairman Roosevelt..

Dudley, Alfred D., 2018 Jackson Street NE, Washington, D.C.,

affidavit by

Edmonson, Glenwood M., affidavit by-

Elliott, Hon. Carl, a Representative in Congress from the State of

Alabama, statement of

General Services Administration, breakdown of the classified employees

in grades 1 through 18, wage board 1 through 17.-

Goldberg, Hon. Arthur J., Secretary of Labor, statement of
Haggerty, C. J., president, Building and Construction Trades Depart-

ment, AFL-CIO, letter to Chairman Roosevelt.
Hartnett, Al, international secretary-treasurer, International Union

of Electrical, Radio & Machine Workers, AFL-CIO, statement of..
Holleman, Hon. Jerry R., Assistant Secretary of Labor, letter to

Chairman Roosevelt, enclosing a report entitled, “Problems in

Developing Apprenticeship in the United States”.
Humphrey, Hon. Hubert II., a U.S. Senator from the State of Minne-

sota, letter to Chairman Powell...

Javits, Hon. Jacob K., a U.S. Senator from the State of New York:

Report on New York FEPC law

Statistical report of verified complaints and informal investiga-

tions, New York State Commission Against Discrimination --

“The Older Worker,” booklet by New York State Commission

Against Discrimination --

Kerner, Hon. Otto, Governor of the State of Illinois, letter to Chairman

Roosevelt

Long, Dr. Herman H., director, race relations department, Board for

Homeland Ministries, United Church of Christ, Fisk University,

Nashville, Tenn., testimony by -

McDonald, David J., president, United Steelworkers of America, state-

ment of..

Meany, George, president, American Federation of Labor and Congress

of Industrial Organizations:

Appendix I.-State fair employment practice laws (table)

Appendix II.-Unemployment by color and sex, in civilian popu-

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lation age 14 and over, and percentage of civilian labor force,

annual averages, 1957-61 (table) -

Letter to Chairman Roosevelt, dated January 29, 1962.

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The social creed of the Methodist Church, 1960

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Letters, statements, supplemental material, etc.—Continued

O'Connor, John J., chairman, National Catholic Conference for Inter-

racial Justice, letter to Chairman Roosevelt-
Pohlhaus, J. Francis, counsel, Washington Bureau, National Associ-

ation for the Advancement of Colored People, letter to Chairman

Roosevelt, enclosing additional views

Resolution on Randolph Censure, by International Brotherhood of

Teamsters, general executive board...

Rosenfeld, A. II., nondiscrimination officer, General Services Admin-

istration:

Department Regulation, part 10.--Nondiscrimination in GSA

employment.

GSA order by John L. Moore, Administrator.

Memorandum to all GSA employees from the Administrator.

Swainson, Hon. John B., Governor of the State of Michigan, submit-

ting copy of the Governor's code of fair practices..
“The Negro and Employment Opportunities in the South,” report by

Art Gallaher, Jr., associate professor of anthropology and sociology,

University of Houston.-
United Hebrew Trades, statement of -
United States section, Women's International League for Peace and

Freedom, statement of

Ward, Rev. A. Dudley, National Council of the Churches of Christ in

the U.S.A.:

Resolution adopted by the General Assembly of the National

Council of the Churches of Christ in the U.S.A., December

9, 1960

The Message from Methodist Conference on Human Relations,

Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Tex., August 31 to

September 4, 1959.

“The Methodist Church and Race," publication entitled-

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Western Electric Co., statement by ----

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(Supplementary statements Los Angeles post office)

Browning, Dolores K., Los Angeles, Calif., letter to Chairman Roosevelt.. 1067

Olesen, Otto K., postmaster, Los Angeles, letter to Chairman Roosevelt.-- 1055

Parks, Perry C., Jr., welfare director, National Alliance of Postal Em-

ployees, Los Angeles, Calif.:

Copy of letter from Mr. Hogan, special assistant for employee rela-

tions, setting forth the findings of the regional office on my com-

plaint-

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Copy of letter from Mr. Smith, president of the National Alliance of

Postal Employees, stating his findings on discrimination in the Los

Angeles post office..

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Copy of the agenda for meeting with representatives of the Civil

Service Commission..

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Letter from Postmaster Olesen stating reasons why I was not selected

for promotion.--

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Letter to Chairman Roosevelt.

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List of applications for promotions by George R. Jones.

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List of promotions for years 1958–60..

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Statement submitted to the postal inspectors.

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APPENDIX C

(Supplementary statement-Discrimination and public assistance

costs in Los Angeles County)

Buggs, John A., executive secretary, County of Los Angeles Commission

on Human Relations, letter to Chairman Roosevelt -

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The cost of discrimination as reflected in public assistance costs, Los Angeles

County---

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APPENDIX D

(Supplementary statement-General Services Administration)

Boutin, Bernard L., Administrator, General Services Administration:

Exhibit A.-Recommendation for performance award---

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Exhibit B.-Smith, Myron M., letter re statement by Glenwood M.

Edmonson..

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Exhibit C.-Lefter, James, letter by

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Exhibit D.--Letter to Director of Personnel re college recruiting- 1078

Exhibit E.—Moore, John L., Administrator, General Services Ad-

ministration, memorandum to all GSA employees re nondiscrimina-

tion in employment.

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Letter to Chairman Roosevelt

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(Replies to allegations of discrimination)

Agatstein, Sylvan, St. Louis, Mo., letter to Chairman Roosevelt

Anderle, William E., Chicago, Ill., letter to Chairman Roosevelt.

Ansley, Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army, letter to Chairman Roosevelt ---

Barmann, Edwin G., general manager, North American Cold Storage,

St. Clair County, Ill., letter to Chairman Roosevelt--

Bott, Edward S., executive vice president, Corn Belt Laboratories, Inc.,

East St. Louis, Mo., letter to Chairman Roosevelt --

Chenoweth, R. M., secretary, Liggett & Myers Tobacco Co., letter to

Chairman Roosevelt..

Cooper, Joseph A., executive vice president, Spencer Kellogg, Kansas

City, Mo., letter to Chairman Roosevelt.-

Dodds, A. Gordon, superintendent of schools, Edwardsville, Ill., letter to

Chairman Roosevelt..

Fleming, T. P., controller and assistant treasurer, Richards-Wilcox Manu-

facturing Co., Aurora, Ill., letter to Chairman Roosevelt.
French, F. J., president, General Chemical Division, Allied Chemical Corp.,

letter to Chairman Roosevelt, enclosing policy statement by Kerby H.

Fisk, chairman of board, Allied Chemical
Grinnell, Ernest D., vice president and general counsel, St. Louis-San

Francisco Railway Co., St. Louis, Mo., letter to Chairman Roosevelt--

Grohne, D. F., C. E. Robinson Co., Joliet, Ill., letter to Chairman Roose-

velt..

Hunter, Jay L., mayor, city of Aurora, Ill., letter to Chairman Roosevelt

Johnson, Emil T., senior vice president, Union Asbestos & Rubber Co.,

Bloomington, Ill., letter to Chairman Roosevelt.

Kelley, W. J., vice president, Illinois Power Co., Decatur, Ill., letter to

Chairman Roosevelt..

Koopman, J. G., president, Electric Energy, Inc., Joppa, Ill.:

Exhibit 1.- Memorandum to Turner White, Jr---

Exhibit 2.-Brooks, K. C., manager, Paducah Area, U.S. Atomic

Energy Commission, letter to Turner White..

Exhibit 3.–Strickland, Julian, letter to Joseph Houchin, Government

Contracts Compliance Committee.--

Exhibit 4.-Turner White, Jr., letter to K. C. Brooks, Manager,

Paducah Area, U.S. Atomic Energy Commission..

Exhibit 5.—Discrimination complaint-Mrs. Charles J. Jackson,

K. C. Brooks letter to Turner White.

Exhibit 6.—Discrimination complaint-EEI-K. C. Brooks letter to

Turner White, Jr----

Exhibit 7.-Seidenberg, Jacob, executive director, the President's

Committee on Government Contracts, letter to Harry S. Traynor,

Assistant General Manager, Atomic Energy Commission --

Exhibit 8.—Discrimination complaint-Mrs. Charles J. Jackson-

K. C. Brooks letter to Turner White, Jr---

Exhibit 9.—Rabb, Maxwell, White House Aid on Minorities, letter

from Mrs. Charles J. Jackson.

Exhibit 10.-Discrimination complaint-Mrs. Charles J. Jackson-

Turner White, Jr., letter to K. Č. Brooks.

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