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Texas AFL-CIO Legal Records:

A Guide



Descriptive Summary

Creator: Texas AFL-CIO.
Title: Texas AFL-CIO Legal Records
Dates: 1941-1970
1952-1970
Abstract: The Texas AFL-CIO, a federation of local unions and central labor councils in Texas, is a central body that represents labor interests and acts as the policy-making, educational, and legislative arm of AFL-CIO labor at the state level. These records constitute Series IV of AR110: Texas AFL-CIO Records. They consist of legal records pertaining to the Texas AFL-CIO and are comprised of correspondence, legal documents, newspaper clippings, and printed material pertaining to various legal cases in which the legal counsel of the Texas AFL-CIO was involved.
Identification: AR110, Series IV
Extent: 6 boxes (2.5 linear ft.)
Language: Materials are in English.
Repository: Special Collections, The University of Texas at Arlington Libraries

Historical Note

The Texas AFL-CIO was formed on July 29, 1957 when the Texas State Federation of Labor and the Texas State CIO Council merged. The organization, a federation of local unions and central labor councils in Texas, is a central body that represents labor interests and acts as the policy-making, educational, and legislative arm of AFL-CIO labor at the state level. Although it does not negotiate collective bargaining contracts for its members, it does serve as the voice for all Texas AFL-CIO labor in the Texas Legislature and the United States Congress.

The legal department of the Texas AFL-CIO was primarily concerned with winning favorable court decisions on issues important to the labor movement and keeping Texas current on rulings that affected organized labor. The law firm of Mullinax, Wells of Dallas represented the Texas State Federation of Labor and later the Texas AFL-CIO, from the late 1940s until 1958 when Sam Houston Clinton, Jr., previously of Mullinax, Wells, took over as legal counsel.


Scope and Contents

Contains correspondence, legal briefs, newspaper clippings, and printed material. These are the files of the president's office containing material on various cases in which the legal counsel of the Texas AFL-CIO was involved. Also included are legal records of the Texas State Federation of Labor, 1952-1956.


Organization

This subseries consists of 76 folders arranged in chronological order.

Restrictions

Access

Open for research.


Index Terms

These materials are indexed under the following headings in the catalog of The University of Texas at Arlington Libraries. Researchers desiring materials about related topics, persons or places should search the catalog using these headings.
Persons
Clinton, Sam Houston--Archives.
Organizations
Texas AFL-CIO--Records and correspondence.
Texas State Federation of Labor--Records and correspondence.
Texas AFL-CIO--Trials, litigation, etc.--Records and correspondence.
Texas AFL-CIO--History--Sources.
Mullinax, Wells--Records and Correspondence.
Mullinax, Wells--History--Sources.
Subjects
Labor unions--Texas--Trials, litigation, etc.--History--Sources.
Labor laws and legislation--Texas--Cases--History--Sources.
Alternate Titles
Texas Labor Archives

Related Material

AR110, Series I: Texas AFL-CIO Executive Board Records, 1952-1973

AR110, Series II: Texas AFL-CIO Executive Board Reading Files, 1957-1973

AR110, Series III: Texas AFL-CIO Education Department Records, 1952-1972

AR110, Series V: Texas AFL-CIO Legislative Department Records, 1952-1972

AR110, Series VI: Texas AFL-CIO Public Relations Department Records, 1951-1973

AR110, Series VII: Texas AFL-CIO Mexican American Affairs Committee Records, 1951-1971

AR110, Series VIII: Texas AFL-CIO Committee on Political Education Records, 1947-1972

AR110, Series IX: Texas AFL-CIO Records, W. Don Ellinger Papers, 1946-1961

AR110, Series X: Texas AFL-CIO Convention Records, 1956-1975

AR110, Series XI: Texas AFL-CIO Personalities Colllection, 1928-1973

AR110, Series XII: Texas AFL-CIO Printing Pockets, 1952-1972

AR110, Series XIII: Texas AFL-CIO Directories, 1955-1969

AR110, Series XIV: Texas AFL-CIO Newspaper Clippings Collection, 1937-1972

AR110, Series XV: Texas AFL-CIO, Texas State Federation of Labor Records, 1932-1957

AR110, Series XVI: Texas AFL-CIO, Texas State CIO Council Records, 1937-1957

AR110, Series XVII: Texas AFL-CIO, Texas State Industrial Union Council Records, 1952-1968

AR110, Series XVIII: Texas AFL-CIO, Texas Central Labor Councils Records, 1936-1972

AR110, Series XIX: Texas AFL-CIO, Texas Labor Associations Records, 1944-1969

AR110, Series XX: Texas AFL-CIO, Other State AFL-CIO Affliates Correspondence, 1944-1971

AR110, Series XXI: Texas AFL-CIO National AFL-CIO Correspondence, 1952-1972

AR110, Series XXII: Texas AFL-CIO International Union Correspondence, 1936-1972

AR110, Series XXIII: Texas AFL-CIO Federal Agency Correspondence, 1937-1972

AR110, Series XXIV: Texas AFL-CIO State Agency Correspondence, 1934-1971

AR110, Series XXV: Texas AFL-CIO Non-Union Correspondence, 1935-1969

AR110, Series XXVI: Texas AFL-CIO Democratic Party Correspondence, 1943-1972

AR110, Series XXVII: Texas AFL-CIO Texas Constitutional Revision Commission Records, 1962-1968

AR110, Series XXVIII: Texas AFL-CIO Recorded Media Collection, 1952-1972

AR110, Series XXIX: Texas AFL-CIO Photograph and Scrapbook Collection, 1918-1969


Administrative Information

Citation

Texas AFL-CIO Legal Records, AR110, Series IV, Box Number, Folder Number, Special Collections, The University of Texas at Arlington Libraries.

Acquisition

Deposit, 1970.


Administrative Information

Grant Support

The retrospective updating and conversion of this finding aid was supported with funds from the National Historical Publications & Records Commission (NHPRC) for the Special Collections "Documenting Democracy: Access to Historical Records" project, 2014-2015.


Container List

Box Folder
1 1 April 1945
Brief: American Federation of Labor, et al., Appellants, vs. Gerald C. Mann, et al., Appellees
2 May 1946
Brief: Appellant's Motion for Rehearing - Texas Agricultural Workers' Union, et al, vs. Claude Isbell, Secretary of State, et al.
3 1948
Correspondence pertaining to Keith Alsop, et al., vs. William Lee Gard, et al.
4 1950
Clippings, briefs, miscellaneous records pertaining to Brown and Root, Inc., vs. American Federation of Labor, et al; Brown and Root, Inc., vs. International Union, United Automobile, Aircraft, and Agricultural Implement Workers of America
5 December 5, 1951
Opinion and Brief: Grady Ivey, Appellant, vs. the State of Texas
6 1952
Correspondence, briefs, miscellaneous records pertaining to Texas State Federation of Labor, et al., vs. Brown and Root, Inc.; Texas Foundries, Inc., Petitioner, vs. International Molders and Foundry Workers' Union of North America, et al, Respondents; Missouri - Kansas - Texas Railroad Co. of Texas, a Corporation, vs. Millmen's Union Local 324, AFL, et al.; Grady Ivey vs. State of Texas; Whitfield Transportation, Inc., PLaintiff, vs. Alabama Freight Lines, Inc., Gillette Motor Transport, Inc., Western Truck Lines, Ltd., Sunset Motor Lines, Inc., Texas-Arizona Motor Freight, Inc., Southern Express, Inc., Karl Mielke, Ike Young, J. R. McDade, C. B. Olney, and William Wilder; American Liberty Oil Company, a Corporation, Plaintiff, vs. Mt. Pleasant Local No. 471 of Oil Workers' International Union, CIO, Defendant.
7 March 1953
Correspondence pertaining to Grady Ivey
8 June-December 1954
Correspondence, petitions, briefs, and miscellaneous records pertaining to Optical Workers' Union Local 24859, et al., vs. National Labor Relations Board; Truck Drivers, Chauffeurs, Warehousemen and Helpers, Local 941, vs. Whitfield Transportation, Inc.
9 January - June 1955
Correspondence, briefs, and miscellaneous records pertaining to Fort Worth Trades Assembly, Texas State Federation of Labor, Texas Labor Press Association, E. C. Huddle, Sr., Roscoe Horn, Marvin Youngblood, Jerry R. Holleman, John McCully, Plaintiffs, vs. Jack Currier, individually and as advertising manager of Federation Labor News, Paul Seeds, individually and sometimes a/b/a Federation Labor News, Federation Labor News, Defendants; Galveston Maritime Association, Inc., and Master Stevedores' Association of Texas, Employer, and International Brotherhood of Longshoremen, AFL, Local No. 1665, Petitioner (NLRB Case); H. B. Zachry Co. vs. Pipe Line Workers' Local 38, et al; Rio Grande Pact; Brown and Root, Inc., and International Union, United Automobile, Aircraft, and Agricultural Implement Workers of America (UAW-CIO) (NLRB Case); United Association of Journeymen and Assistants of the Plumbing and Pipe Fitting Industry of the U. S. and Canada, Local 231, and Vernon L. Bryant and J. S. Brown - E. P. Olds Plumbing and Heating Corporation (NLRB Case); National Labor Relations Board, Petitioner, vs. Brotherhood of Painters, Decorators, and Paperhangers of America, Local 902, AFL, Respondent.
10 July-December 1955
Correspondence, briefs, and miscellaneous records pertaining to United Association of Journeymen and Apprentices of the Plumbing and Pipe Fitting Industry of the U.S. and Canada, Local 231, and Vernon L. Bryant, an Individual, and J. S. Brown, E. P. Olds Plumbing and Heating Corporation (NLRB Case); Joe R. Beverly, E. D. Gilliam, International Association of Fire Fighters, et al., vs. the City of Dallas, et al.
11 1956
Correspondence, briefs, and miscellaneous records pertaining to Ideal Baking Co. and Bakery and Confectionery Workers International Union of America, AFL (NLRB Case); Joe R. Beverly, et al., Appellants, vs. the City of Dallas, et al., Appellees; C. H. (Herschel) Trousdale, et al., vs. Valley Transit Co., Inc.
Box Folder
2 1 1957
Correspondence, memoranda, briefs, and miscellaneous records pertaining to Moses Flenoy, et al., vs. S. O. Yarbrough, et al.; Commercial Construction Co., a Partnership, vs. Carpenters' Union Local 198, a Labor Union; Ex Parte Dick Twedell, Petition for Writ of Habeas Corpus; Office Employees International Union, Local No. 129, AFL-CIO, et al., vs. Houston Lighting and Power Company; American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees, Local Union 1442, et al., vs. Dallas Independent School District and W.T. White, Its Superintendent of Schools.
2 January - August 1958
Correspondence, briefs, and miscellaneous records pertaining to Joseph W. Sipole, et al, vs. Norman N. Helms, Jefferson Novelty Company; Moses Flenoy, et al., vs. S. O. Yarbrough, et al; in the matter of [], Claimant-Appellants, and Bernhard Altmann Texas Corporation, San Antonio, Texas, Employer; American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees, Local Union No. 1442, vs. Dallas Independent School District and W. T. White, Its Superintendent of Schools; Office Employees International Union, Local No. 129, AFL-CTO, et al., vs. Houston Lighting and Power Company
3 September-October 1958
Correspondence, briefs, and miscellaneous records pertaining to Dallas Independent School District and W. T. White, Its Superintendent of Schools, vs. American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees, Local Union No. 1442, et al.; Moses Flenoy, et al., vs. S. O. Yarbrough, et al.
4 November-December 1958
Correspondence, briefs, and miscellaneous records pertaining to Moses Flenoy, et al., vs. S. O. Yarbrough, et al.; National Labor Relations Board vs. Armstrong Tire and Rubber Co., Tire Test Fleet Branch.
5 January-April 1959
Correspondence, memoranda, briefs, and miscellaneous records pertaining to Local 432. Sheet Metal Workers International Union and Its Agents, and Representative Earl Plemons, and Temple Davis Harreld, an Individual (NLRB Case); International Union of Operating Engineers, AFL-CIO, et al., vs. Homer C. Pierce, et al.; J. W. Luttes, et al., vs. the State of Texas; Doyle Blackburn, et al., vs. Texas Employment Commission and the Fluor Corporation, Ltd.
Box Folder
3 1 May-June 1959
Correspondence, briefs, and miscellaneous records pertaining to Texas Employment Commission vs. Hazel Amlin, et al.
2 July-December 1959
Correspondence, briefs, and miscellaneous records pertaining to the Peyton Packing Co. case; Marvin Anderson, et al., vs. Painters Local Union No. 318, et al.; In the Matter of Na-Mar Builders Corporation and Joe Schad, An Individual, and Billy H. Pruitt, An Individual, and Joe Dale Moore, An Individual, and M. G. Pruitt, An Individual, In the Matter of United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America, AFL-CIO, Local No. 1971, and the above-mentioned individuals (NLRB Case); Dallas Independent School District, et al., vs. American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees, Local Union #1442, et al; Marvin Anderson, et al, vs. Painters Local Union No. 318, et al.
3 January- March 1960
Correspondence, briefs, and miscellaneous records pertaining to Dallas Independent School District and W. T. White, Its Superintendent of Schools, vs. American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees, Local Union No. 1442, et al.; Painters Local Union No. 318, et al., vs. Marvin Anderson, et al.; Richard I. Sarran vs. Missouri Pacific Railroad Company; Oil, Chemical, and Atomic Workers International Union, AFL-CIO, et al., vs. Lone Star Producing Company; International Union of Electrical, Radio, and Machine Workers, Local Union No. 782, AFL-CIO, et al. vs. Texas Employment Commission and General Electric Company.
4 April-June 1960
Correspondence, briefs, and miscellaneous records pertaining to Amalgamated Meat Cutters and Butcher Workmen of North America, AFL-CIO, vs. William P. Rogers and Joseph M. Swing; Na-Mar Builders Corporation, et al., vs. United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America, AFL-CIO, Local no. 1971, et al.; In the Matter of (Carter Publications, Inc., All Church Press, Incorporated, Fort Worth Press, Southwest Magazine Publishing Company), and James W. Ward, an Individual, In the Matter of Stereotypers' Union No. 80, International Stereotypers' and Electrotypers Union of North America, AFL-CIO (Carter Publications, Inc., All Church Press, Incorporated, Fort Worth Press, and Southwest Magazine Publishing Co.), and James W. Ward, an Individual (NLRB Case); James M. Casida, et al., vs. International Union of Operating Engineers, et al., vs. Phillips Petroleum Company; International Union of Electrical, Radio, and Machine Workers, Local Union No. 782, AFL-CIO, et al., vs. Texas Employment Commission and General Electric Company; Socony Mobil Oil Company, Inc. (Field Research Laboratory) and Associated Petroleum Employees (NLRB Case)
5 July-December 1960
Correspondence, briefs, and miscellaneous records pertaining to Painters Local Union No. 318, et al., vs. Marvin Anderson, et al., and Marvin Anderson, et al., vs. Painters Local Union No. 318, et al.; James M. Casida, et al., vs. International Union of Operating Engineers, et al., vs. Phillips Petroleum Company, Third Party Defendant; Herman C. Waggoner, etc., et al., vs. International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers; Plumbers and Pipefitters Local Union No. 142, AFL-CIO, and William Matera, and Plumbers and Pipefitters Local Union No. 142, AFL-CIO, and Shop-Rite Foods, Inc., d/b/a Piggly-Wiggly; Armored Motor Service, Inc., and United Plant Guard Workers of America, Independent; Emilio Garza and Hattie Russell and Board of Trustees, Edgewood Independent School District (NLRB Case); Socony Mobil Oil Co., Inc. (Southwest Marketing Division) and Associated Petroleum Employees (NLRB Case).
Box Folder
4 1 January-June 1961
Correspondence, briefs, and miscellaneous records pertaining to International Union of Electrical, Radio, and Machine Workers, Local Union No. 782, AFL-CIO, et al., vs. Texas Employment Commission and General Electric Company; United Plant Guard Workers of America and Houston Armored Car Company, Inc. (NLRB Case; J. T. Yandell vs. Texas Employment Commission and Menasco Manufacturing Co.
2 July-October 1961
Correspondence, briefs, and miscellaneous records pertaining to United Plant Guard Workers of America and Houston Armored Car Company, Inc. (NLRB Case); Texas Employment Commission and General Electric Company vs. International Union of Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers, Local Union No. 782, AFL-CIO, et al.
3 November-December 1961
Correspondence, briefs, and miscellaneous records pertaining to Texas Employment Commission and General Electric Company vs. International Union of Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers, Local Union No. 782, AFL-CIO et al.; Texas Employment Commission, et al., vs. Ronald L. Hays, a Minor; Leroy Sanders, Sherrye Griffin, a Minor by and through her father and next friend, William L. Griffin, Maudie Ates, a Minor by and through her father and next friend, Monroe Ates, for themselves and others similarly situated as a class, vs. Harry H. Ransom, Chancellor, the University of Texas; Joseph R. Smiley, President, the University of Texas; F. C. McConnell, Director, Division of Housing and Food Service, the University of Texas; Jane Greer, Manager, Women's Residence Halls, the University of Texas; and Thornton Hardie; H. F. Connally, Jr.; A. G. McNeese, Jr.; French M. Robertson; James Perry Bryan; John S. Redditt; Walter P. Brenan; W. W. Heath; and Wales H. Madden, Jr.; members of the Board of Regents, The University of Texas
4 January-June 1962
Correspondence, briefs, and miscellaneous records pertaining to Leroy Sanders, et al., vs. Harry H. Ransom, et al., Texas Employment Commission, et al., vs. Ronald L. Hays, a Minor; East Texas Pulp and Paper Company vs. Beaumont Building and Construction Trades Council, AFL-CIO, et al., Brown and Root, Inc., vs. Beaumont Building and Construction Trades Council, AFL-CIO, et al.
5 July-December 1962
Correspondence, briefs, and miscellaneous records pertaining to Texas Employment Commission, et al., vs. Ronald L. Hays, a Minor; Leon Shepherd, et al., vs. San Jacinto Junior College District, et al.; International Association of Bridge, Structural & Ornamental Iron Workers, AFL-CIO, Local Union No. 66, and Samuels Glass Company, International Association of Bridge, Structural & Ornamental Iron Workers, AFL-CIO, Local Union No. 66, and D. J. Rheiner Construction Co. (NLRB)
6 January-June 1963
Correspondence, briefs, and miscellaneous records pertaining to Martin S. Kermacy vs. First Unitarian Church of Austin; United Steelworkers of America, Local No. 4134 and Lone Star Steel Company (grievance); Cities Service Oil Company, Lake Charles, La., Operations, Employer-Petitioner, and Lake Charles Metal Trades Council, AFL-CIO, Union, and Oil, Chemical, and Atomic Workers International Union, Local 4-500, Union, and United Plant Guard Workers of America and its Local 700, Union-Petitioners; James C. Chandler, et al. vs. Pearl Beer Distributing Company of Jefferson County, Inc., et al.
Box Folder
5 1 July-October 1963
Correspondence, briefs, and miscellaneous records pertaining to Southwestern Drug Corporation, Fort Worth Division, Employer, and Office Employees International Union, Local 277, AFL-CIO, Petitioner (NLRB Case); Texas State AFL-CIO vs. Texas Employment Commission, et al.; Railroad Commission of Texas, et al., vs. Aluminum Company of America, et al.
2 November-December 1963
Correspondence pertaining to various cases.
3 January-July 1964
Correspondence, briefs, and miscellaneous records pertaining to Texas AFL-CIO and Roy Evans vs. Freedom Newspapers and Fletcher Robertson; Texas State AFL-CIO vs. Texas Employment Commission, et al.; Painters Local Union No. 318, et al., vs. Charles E. Holley, et al.; Bill Coughran, Contestant, vs. Gregory Montoya, Contestee, et al.; Texas State AFL-CIO vs. S. Perry Brown, et al.
4 August-December 1964
Correspondence, briefs, and miscellaneous records pertaining to William W. Kilgarlin, et al., vs. Crawford Martin, Secretary of State of the State of Texas, et al.; National Labor Relations Board, Petitioner, vs. Houston Chapter, Associated General Contractors of America, Inc., and Construction Employers' Association of Texas, Respondents, and the State of Texas, Intervenor.
5 July-September 1965
Correspondence, briefs, and miscellaneous records pertaining to Tom Higgins, Warren P. McKenney, and Jon N. Coffee and Laurence Jackson vs. T. O. Lang, Sheriff; J. H. Watson, County Judge; and Rubert Ceder, Robert E. Barker, N. I. Gault, and A. L. Boothe, Commissioners, Travis County, Texas; William W. Kilgarlin, et al., vs. Crawford Martin, Secretary of State, et al.; Bert Bader, Individually and in a Representative Capacity, vs. State Board of Insurance; Mason & Hanger-Silas Mason Co., Inc. and Metal Trades Council of Amarillo, Texas, and Vicinity, AFL-CIO (NLRB Case); Railroad Commission of Texas, et al., vs. Woods Exploration and Producing Company, Inc., et al.;
6 1966-1967
Briefs pertaining to United States of America vs. the State of Texas, et al.; Sonny Ellen vs. City of Bryan, et al.; Hattie Russell vs. Edgewood Independent School District and Bennie F. Steinhauser; Gulf States Utilities Company vs. Texas Employment Commission, et al.
7 January-April 1970
Correspondence and miscellaneous records pertaining to various cases; transcript of arbitration hearing involving the Mill and Industrial Union Local #1751, AFL-CIO and Glastron Boat Company.
Box Folder
6 1 Undated
Miscellaneous
2 1941
Texas Agriculture Workers Union, et al., vs. Claude Isbell, Secretary of State for the State of Texas, et al.
3 1944-1945
International Printing Pressmen and Assistants' Union of North America vs. L. R. Smith
4 August 22, 1945
El Paso Building and Construction Trades Council vs. Texas Highway Commission, et al.
5 December 28, 1946.
Dallas General Drivers, Warehousemen and Helpers Local 745, et al. vs. Oak Cliff Banking Company, et al.
6 May 26, 1947
James B. Turner, et al. vs. Walter R. Zanes, Sr., et al.
7 July 1947
International Union of Operating Engineers vs. R. G. Cox d/b/a Velasco Laundry & Cleaners
8 March 22, 1948
Ex Parte Henry, et al., Amended Application for Writs of Habeas Corpus
9 April 17, 1948
Ex Parte Leo Henry, et al., Briefs for Relators
10 August 1948
International Union of Operating Engineers, Local 564, et al., vs. R. G. Cox, d/b/a Velasco Laundry and Cleaners
11 September 10, 1948
Dallas General Drivers, Warehousemen and Helpers, Local Union No. 745, vs. Houston and North Texas Motor Freight Lines, Inc.
12 September 27, 1948
International Brotherhood of Teamsters, Chauffeurs, Warehousemen & Helpers Local Union No. 393, et al., vs. Missouri Pacific Freight Transportation Company, et al
13 December 1948
Keith Alsop, et al., vs. William Lee Gard, et al, Application For Writ of Error
14 December 27, 1948
Keith Alsop, et al., vs. William Lee Gard, et al., Respondents' Reply to Petition for Writ of Error
15 1949
Construction and General Labor Union, Local No. 688 et al., vs. H. I. Stephenson
16 January 27, 1949
International Union of Operating Engineers, Local 564, et al., vs. R. G. Cox, d/b/a Velasco Laundry & Cleaners
17 June 14, 1949
Dallas General Drivers, Warehousemen and Helpers, Local Union No. 745, et al., vs. Houston and North Texas Motor Freight Lines, Inc.
18 July 1949
Dallas General Drivers, Warehousemen and Helpers, Local Union No. 745, et al., vs. Houston & North Texas Motor Freight Lines, Inc.
19 November 15, 1949
Construction and General Labor Union Local No. 688, et al., vs. H. I. Stephenson
20 March 1950
Dallas General Drivers, Warehousemen and Helpers, Local Union No. 745, et al., vs. Vilbig Bros., Inc.
21 October 1950
Texas State Federation of Labor, et al., vs. Charles O. Betts, et al.
22 October 25, 1950
Texas State Federation of Labor, et al, vs. Brown and Root, Inc.
23 May 11, 1951
Dallas General Drivers, Warehousemen and Helpers, Local Union No. 745, et al., vs. Houston and North Texas Motor Freight Lines, Inc.
24 October 1951
Grady Ivey vs. State of Texas
25 March 21, 1952
Dallas General Drivers, Warehousemen and Helpers, Local Union 745, et al., vs. Dallas County Construction Employers Association, et al.
26 1952
Texas State Federation of Labor, et al., vs. Brown and Root, Inc.
27 March 26, 1952
Texas State Federation of Labor, et al., vs. Brown and Root, Inc.
28 April 15, 1952
Brown & Root, Inc. vs. Texas State Federation of Labor, et al.
29 October 1952
Grady Ivey vs. State of Texas
30 October 29, 1952
Truck Drivers, Chauffeurs, Warehousemen and Helpers Local No. 941 vs. Whitfield Transportation, Inc.
31 January 2, 1953
Texas Employment Commission, et al., vs. Todd Shipyards Corporation
32 January 1954
Grady Alexander vs. State of Texas
33 February 9, 1954
Truck Drivers, Chauffeurs, Warehousemen and Helpers Local No. 941 vs. Whitfield Transportation, Inc.
34 January 6, 1956
M. E. Sandsberry, Jr., et al. and Gulf, Colorado and Santa Fe Railway Company, et al. vs. International Association of Machinists, et al.
35 1957
Ex Parte Dick Twedell Brief For Relator
36 December 1957
Office Employees International Union, Local No. 129, AFL-CIO, et al., vs. Houston Lighting & Power Company
37 July 25, 1958
Texas State AFL-CIO, Antonio Aguilar, Julia Amaya, et al., vs. Robert F. Kennedy, Attorney General, and Raymond F. Farrell, Commissioner of Immigration and Naturalization and Thomas Alvarado (Lugo), Carlotta Arellanes (Leyva), Concepcion Aurora Cagigas Fraijo, et al.
38 December 1958,
Keith Alsop, et al., vs. William Lee Gard, et al.
39 December 1958
Keith Alsop, et al. vs. William Lee Gard, et al.
40 July 1963
Texas State AFL-CIO, Antonio Aguilar, Julia Amaya, et al, vs. Robert Kennedy, Attorney General, and Raymond F. Farrell, Commissioner of Immigration and Naturalization and Thomas Alvardo (Lugo), Carlotta Arellanes (Leyva), Concepcion Aurora Cagigas Fraijo, et al
41 November 1964
National Labor Relations Board vs. Houston Chapter, Associated General Contractors of America, Inc., and Construction Employers' Association of Texas and The State of Texas
42 April 13, 1969
Max B. Goldblatt, vs. The City of Dallas