(1907–2007), white lawyer; editor; principal trial examiner of NLRB (1937–43); Mitchell’s superior as FEPC’s director of field operations (July 1943–June 1945); later general counsel, director of Commission on Law and Social Action; finally executive director of American Jewish Congress (1960–72). A native of Kiev, he participated in a 1946 conference with Labor Secretary Schwellenbach on ending discrimination by USES offices. Five years later, he was a member of a strategy group working for Senate rules changes.
Subject: Conference with the War Department Representatives, July 12, 1943.
SUBJECT: Experiences with WMC, as Reported by FEPC Regional Directors
Subject: War Production Board Report on Jones and Laughlin Steel Plant, Aliquippa, Pennsylvania
SUBJECT: Personnel in Region V.
SUBJECT: Progress Report from G. James Fleming on Jones and Laughlin Company, Aliquippa, Pennsylvania, 3–BR–209.
SUBJECT: Bethlehem Steel Shipbuilding Corporation, Sparrows Point, Maryland
SUBJECT: War Labor Board Panel Hearing on Case of Point Breeze Employees Association versus Western Electric Company, Baltimore, Maryland. —4-UR-126