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The Rise of ACTU

~Association of Catholic Trade Unionists~

Founding Facts (1939)
Scanned letter from Marie Connolly (ACTU Secretary - Pittsburgh) to Edward Squitieri (ACTU President - National) detailing the founding information of the Pittsburgh ACTU.
ACTU Predecessor:  The Catholic Radical Alliance (1938?)
Scanned document detailing the Catholic Radical Alliance.
Msgr. Charles Owen Rice (1937?)
Scanned photograph of Msgr. Charles O. Rice, labor activist and ACTU member, that hangs in the union hall of Heinz Local 325.
"What is the ACTU?" (1941)
Scanned brochure page detailing what ACTU is.
yeah (1941)
Scanned brochure page showing the Pittsburgh officers and their photos.

Source:  AIS 76:11
Papers of Charles O. Rice, Box 3
Catholic Radical Alliance, FF 32
Founding Facts, FF 35
"What is the ACTU", FF 40
Pittsburgh Officers, FF 40