United Automobile Workers of America (UAW)

United Automobile Workers of America (U.A.W. Logo image)

The United Automobile Workers of America (UAW) is the primary union within the American automobile industry. Founded in 1935, the UAW became one of the most powerful unions in the United States, both on the shop floor and within the American polity.

The UAW quick link returns all content that has been tagged UAW, which currently contains collection abstracts, images and publications. Please note the pager at the bottom of this page. Please contact the Reuther Library to gain further information.

For additional information about the UAW please visit United Automobile Workers of America Web site.

Clip SheetPublications
Common SensePublications
Congressional Legislative AdvisoryPublications
Congressional Legislative AlertPublications
Convention Appeals, Agricultural Implement DepartmentPublications
Conveyor Publications
Daily CommunicatorPublications
Delco AntennaPublications
Delco SparksPublications
Die Casting NewsletterPublications
Discussion Leader Outline, A-HPublications
Discussion Leader Outline, I-NPublications
Discussion Leader Outline, O-SPublications
Discussion Leader Outline, T-ZPublications
Distributive WorkerPublications
Distributive WorkerPublications
Dodge Main NewsPublications
Dodge Workers SpeakPublications
Education Round-UpPublications
Eldon SparksPublications
Eldon WildcatPublications
Engineering LeaderPublications
Eye OpenerPublications
Eye OpenerPublications
First Local NewsPublications
Fisher FlashesPublications
Fleetwood OrganizerPublications
For Your Information (FYI)Publications
Ford Department NewsletterPublications
Ford FactsPublications
Ford FactsPublications
Foundry Department News LetterPublications
GM Department NewsletterPublications
GM ReportPublications
GM Southern StrategyPublications
GM Tech EngineerPublications
Inside Local 1231Publications
International Correspondence CoursePublications
International Education Conference MaterialsPublications