UAW President's Office: Homer Martin Records

Accession Number: 
LR000063
Extent: 
2 linear feet (4 MB), 1 scrapbook
Date: 
1934-1941

After serving in Baptist churches, Homer Martin went to work in the auto plants of Kansas City, Missouri where he soon became active in the union movement and was appointed a vice-president and later president of the United Auto Workers-American Federation of Labor and president of what became the UAW-Congress of Industrial Organizations. His records cover the years he was vice-president and president of the UAW-AFL.

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