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James R. Hoffa collection
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Correspondence Between Jimmy Hoffa and John F. Kennedy

The file consists of a copy of typed letter from Senator John F. Kennedy to James Hoffa responding to Hoffa's analysis of Kennedy's labor-management reform bill (#S. 1555), 1p. with copy of typescript "Inaccuracies in Hoffa... Analysis of the Labor-Management Reform Bill," 3pp. Printed copy of Hoffa's analysis of the bill, 2pp. Copy of Tls from Hoffa to Kennedy referring to "labor-baiters" and "union-busting " in context of the bill, 1p. Copy of typed "Response to Senator Kennedy's Defense of the Anti-Labor Provisions of the Kennedy Bill," 26pp. Copy of typed "The Hot Cargo Bank Would Make Every Teamster an Involuntary Strike Breaker," 5pp.

James R. Hoffa collection

  • CA UVICARCH SC228
  • Collection
  • 1959

The collection consists of a copy of typed letter from Senator John F. Kennedy to James Hoffa responding to Hoffa's analysis of Kennedy's labour-management reform bill (#S. 1555), 1p. with copy of typescript "Inaccuracies in Hoffa... Analysis of the Labour-Management Reform Bill," 3pp. Printed copy of Hoffa's analysis of the bill, 2pp. Copy of Tls from Hoffa to Kennedy referring to "labor-baiters" and "union-busting " in context of the bill, 1p. Copy of typed "Response to Senator Kennedy's Defense of the Anti-Labour Provisions of the Kennedy Bill," 26pp. Copy of typed "The Hot Cargo Bank Would Make Every Teamster an Involuntary Strike Breaker," 5pp.

Hoffa, James R. (James Riddle), 1913-