Series 3
National Labor Board papers, 1933-1934
Box 2

Scope and Content Note

Series 3 contains correspondence and printed material concerning both the National Labor Board in conjunction with the National Recovery Administration (established Aug. 5, 1933 by President Franklin D. Roosevelt; superceded by the first National Labor Relations Board, June 29, 1934, Executive Order 6763) and the Atlanta Regional Labor Board. Cox served as vice-chairman of the Atlanta Board in 1934 and 1935, and these files represent some of the material received and reviewed by him in that official capacity.

Correspondence (1 folder, arranged chronologically, 1934) and case materials (1 folder, arranged in case number order) from the Atlanta Board begin the series. Printed material distributed by the National Labor Board (4 folders, arranged chronologically, 1933-1934) follows.

Box Folder Content
2 10 Atlanta Regional Labor Board - Correspondence, 1934
2 11 Cases, nos. 1-60
2 12-15 National Labor [Relations] Board - Printed material, 1933-1934