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Figure 15: Mediation, mental concentration

Figure 15: Mediation, mental concentration

Guillaume-Benjamin-Amand Duchenne de Boulogne (French, 1806–1875)

Confer with President Roosevelt. Washington, D.C., May 17. Secretary of Labor Frances Perkins and Dr. John R. Steelman, Chief of the mediation service, leaving the White House today after a conference with President Roosevelt. Secretary Perkins insisted that the Harlan, Kentucky, situation was not discussed at the meeting. She did announce at the same time, however, that John L. Connor of the Department of Labor Conciliation Service, had been ordered to Harlan County in an effort to assist settlement of the struggle between the United Mine Workers and Harlan operators
Delegates, Mediation Conference

Delegates, Mediation Conference

Photograph shows members of the neutral European nations who met with the Henry Ford Peace Expedition in Stockholm, Sweden probably in February, 1916 and formed the Neutral Conference for Continuous Mediation. ... More

Danish Delegates, Mediation Conference, Stockholm, A.F. Lamm, M. Klausen, Carl Thalbitzer, Henni & Olaf Forchhammer, Asfred Bajer

Danish Delegates, Mediation Conference, Stockholm, A.F. Lamm, M. Klaus...

Photograph shows Danish delegates Olaf Forchhammer(1881-1964), Aron Frederik Lamm(1856-1928), Asfred Bajer, Kristoffer Marqvard Klausen (1852-1924), Carl Tholbitzer, and Henni Forchhammer. They and other member... More

Railway Mediation Board, 7/8/26
Railway Mediation Board, [7/8/26]
National Mediation Board
Union leaders see Labor Secretary. Washington, D.C. June 17. Following a conference with Secretary Perkins today Philip Murray, Chairman of the Steel Workers Organizing Committee, announced he would be glad to cooperate with the New Steel Mediation Board. In the photograph, left to right: Lee Pressman, CIO Counsel; Philip Murrary, and A.D. Lewis, brother of John L. Lewis, who was also in on the conference. 6/17/37
Labor Relations boards necessary, mayors conference told. Washington, D.C., Nov. 16. William H. Davis, Chairman of the New York State Mediation Board, told the U.S. Mayors Conference today that through such institutions as Labor Relations Boards and the gradual development of procedure under them, liberty of individual action is reconciled with general welfare. Mayor La Guardia of New York City, President of the Conference, is shown listening to the address. 11/16/37
President of Maritime union appears before senate committee. Washington, D.C., Dec. 14. Joseph Curran, President of the National Maritime Union. Photographed while appearing before a senate committee on Maritime affairs, while Curran testified that, "compulsory" use of mediation should be delayed until labor in the industry is thoroughly organized. The National Maritime Union which was created last May by a group that quit the International Seamens Union in protest against its leadership, has voted to affiliate with the CIO last night. The decision was reached after a poll of more than 20,000 unlicensed seamen who are members. 12/14/37
National Mediation Board
First meeting of the maritime labor board. Washington, D.C., July 14. The first meeting of the Maritime Labor Board took place today in the Commerce Dept. The group will act as a mediation board in all maritime labor troubles, left to right; Dr. Louis Bloch, of San Francisco, Chairman Robert W. Bruere, New York, and Claude E. Seehorn, of Denver, 7/14/38
National Mediation Board. Washington, D.C., Jan. 10. A new photograph of the National Mediation Board whose members are responsible for administrating the "Railway Labor Act" left to right they are: George A. Cook, Secretary; O.S. Beyer; and William M. Leiserson, member, 1/10/38
Sec. of Labor before senate committee. Washington, D.C., Feb. 4. Secretary of Labor Frances Perkins greets Senator Royal S. Copeland, D. of New York, Chairman of the Senate Commerce Committee, where in a statement to the committee she opposed the labor provisions of the pending Maritime Bill, the bill contains labor provisions which would apply mediation and arbitration principles of t he railway labor act to the maritime industry, 2/4/38
Maritime Commission head takes issue with Labor Secretary before senate. Washington, D.C., Feb. 16. Joseph P. Kennedy, (left) Chairman of the U.S. Maritime Commission, engages in an "off-the-record" talk with Senator Royal S. Copeland, (right) Chairman, and Senator Elbert D. Thomas, a member of the Senate Commerce Commission before whom Kennedy appeared today. Taking sharp issue with Secretary of Labor Perkins who told the Committee sometime ago that his proposal for Government mediation of Maritime labor disputes was "premature" because industry was not "ripe"; Kennedy urged speedy approval of the proposal, 2/16/38
Retiring and probable new head of Maritime Commission. Washington, D.C., Feb. 16. Joseph P. Kennedy, (right) who is resigning as Head of the U.S. Maritime Commission to accept the post of U.S. Ambassador to Great Britain, is shown with his probable successor Rear Admiral Emory S. Land. They were snapped at the Capitol today where Kennedy urged a Senate Committee to approve his proposal for government mediation of Maritime labor disputes, 2/16/38
[...] says NLRD criticism precipitated [...] by lack of federal mediation service. [Washington], D.C., May 15. William M Leiseron, [member of?] the NLRB, told the Senate Education and [...] that much of the existing criticism of [...] could have been avoided by a more [...] federal mediation service. He caused the [committee?] which is holding hearings on the Wagner(?) Amendments(?) proposed recently, a good laugh [...] out that authority of the board ends [...] agree to bargain collectively. 'The [...] of the board ends there. The act then [...] ending of a happy life thereafter. [Anyone who is?] married knows that is not the whole story
Nat'l Mediation Board
Nat'l Mediation Board, 1/3/39
Gerard Swope, member of National Defense Mediation Board
Ernest P. Marsh, executive secretary of new Mediation Board
Ralph T. Seward, Executive Secretary of the National Defense Mediation Board. He was formerly Chairman of Immigration Appeals of the Justice Department
Standing, left to right: Undersecretary of Labor; Eugene Meyer, publisher of the Washington Post; Roger D. Lapham, president of the American Hawaiian Steamship Company; Cyrus Ching, Vice President, U.S. Rubber Corporation; Walter C. Teagle, former President, Standard Oil Company of New Jersey; George M. Harrison, grand president, Brotherhood of Railway and Steamship Clerks; George Meany, general secretary of the AFL (American Federation of Labor); Philip Murray, CIO (Congress of Industrial Organizarions) President; Thomas Kennedy, secretary treasurer, United Mine Workers (UMW). Seated, left to right: Frank P. Graham, University of North Carolina President; Sidney Hillman, Associate Director General representing the Office of Production Management; Chairman Clarence Dykstra; Daniel Tracy, second Assistant Secretary of Labor; William H. Davis, Vice-Chairman, new Mediation Board, former Chairman of New York state mediation board
Clarence A. Dykstra, Chairman of new Mediation Board
Standing, left to right: Charles v. McLaughlin, Undersecretary of Labor; Eugene Meyer, publisher of the Washington Post; Roger D. Lapham, president of the American Hawaiian Steamship Company; Cyrus Ching, Vice President, U.S. Rubber Corporation; Walter C. Teagle, former President, Standard Oil Company of New Jersey; George M. Harrison, grand president, Brotherhood of Railway and Steamship Clerks; George Meany, general secretary of the AFL American Federation of Labor); Philip Murray, CIO President; Thomas Kennedy, secretary treasurer, United Mine Workers (UMW). Seated, left to right: Frank P. Graham, University of North Carolina President; Sidney Hillman, Associate Director General representing the Office of Production Management (OPM); Chairman Clarence Dykstra; Daniel Tracy, second Assistant Secretary of Labor; William H. Davis, Vice-Chairman, new Mediation Board, former Chairman of New York state mediation board
Gerard Swope, member of National Defense Mediation Board
Clarence A. Dykstra, Chairman of the new Mediation Board
Walter C. Teagle, member of the new Mediation Board. Former President of the Standard Oil Company of New Jersey
Clarence A. Dykstra, Chairman of new Mediation Board
Eugene Meyer, member of the new Mediation Board, Publisher of the Washington Post
Clarence A. Dykstra, Chairman of the new Mediation Board
Clarence A. Dykstra, Chairman of new Mediation Board (left); Ernest P. Marsh, Executive Secretary of Mediation Board (center), Commissioner in U.S. Conciliation Services; John R. Steelman, Director of Conciliation, U.S. Conciliation Service
Standing, left to right: Charles v. McLaughlin, Undersecretary of Labor; Eugene Meyer, publisher of the Washington Post; Roger D. Lapham, president of the American Hawaiian Steamship Company; Cyrus Ching, Vice President, U.S. Rubber Corporation; Walter C. Teagle, former President, Standard Oil Company of New Jersey; George M. Harrison, grand president, Brotherhood of Railway and Steamship Clerks; George Meany, general secretary of the AFL American Federation of Labor); Philip Murray, CIO President; Thomas Kennedy, secretary treasurer, United Mine Workers (UMW). Seated, left to right: Frank P. Graham, University of North Carolina President; Sidney Hillman, Associate Director General representing the Office of Production Management (OPM); Chairman Clarence Dykstra; Daniel Tracy, second Assistant Secretary of Labor; William H. Davis, Vice-Chairman, new Mediation Board, former Chairman of New York state mediation board
William H. Davis, Chairman, National Defense Mediation Board
William H. Davis, Chairman, National Defense Mediation Board
Left to right, standing: Frank P. Graham, University of North Carolina President; John R. Steelman, Director of Conciliation, U.S. Conciliation Service; Ernest P. Marsh, executive secretary of new Mediation Board, Eugene Meyer, publisher of The Washington Post. Seated Clarence Dykstra, Chairman
Roger D. Lapham, member of the new Mediation Board. President of the American Hawaiian Steamship Company
Clarence A. Dykstra, Chairman of the new Mediation Board
Eugene Meyer, member of the new Mediation Board. Publisher of the Washington Post
Frank P. Graham, member of National Defense Mediation Board. University of North Carolina President.
William H. Davis, Chairman, National Defense Mediation Board
Left to right: Walter C. Teagle, former President, Standard Oil Company of New Jersey; Charles v. McLaughlin, Undersecretary of Labor; Frank P. Graham, University of North Carolina President; Sidney Hillman, Associate Director General representing the Office of Production Management (OPM); Clarence A Dykstra, Chairman; Daniel Tracy, Second Assistant Secretary of Labor; William H. Davis, Vice-Chairman, new Mediation Board, formerly Chairman, New York State Mediation Board; Philip Murray, CIO (Congress of Induatrial Orgamizations) President; Thomas Kennedy, Secretary-Treasurer, United Mine Workers (UMW); George M. Harrison, grand president, Brotherhood of Railway and Steamship Clerks; George Meany, general secretary of the AFL (American Federation of Labor)
Owen D. Young. Special Representative of the National Defense Mediation Board and William H. Davis, Chairman of the Board, in the latter's office in Washington, D.C. (September 3, 1941)
Owen D. Young. Special Representative of the National Defense Mediation Board and William H. Davis, Chairman of the Board, in the latter's office in Washington, D.C. (September 3, 1941)
Little Steel fact-finding panel. Little Steel fact-finding panel at final meeting makes ready report to War Labor Board. Left to right, seated at head of table: Richard T. Franksteen, Director of Aircraft, United Automobile Workers, Congress of Industrial Organization (CIO), representing labor; Arthur S. Meyer, Chairman, New York State Mediation Board, representing the public; Cyrus Ching, Vice-President, U.S. Rubber Company, representing industry; and Sydney A. Wolff, New York attorney, specially appointed assistant
These five members of the National Defense Mediation Board were sitting for the first time on the board in October 31, 1941, when hearings began on the captive coal mine situation. They are, left to right: Frederick R. Fales, Frazier D. MacIver, George Googe, Attorney Francis W.H. Adams and William A. Calvin
Owen D. Young. Special Representative of the National Defense Mediation Board and William H. Davis, Chairman of the Board, in the latter's office in Washington, D.C. (September 3, 1941)
Pictured at the opening of the National Defense Mediation Board hearings on the captive coal mine situation, on October 31, 1941, are Board Chairman William H. Davis and Congress of Industrial Organizations President Philip Murray
Army Capt. Tiffany Taylor, a behavioral health officer

Army Capt. Tiffany Taylor, a behavioral health officer

Army Capt. Tiffany Taylor, a behavioral health officer assigned to the 300th Special Troops Battalion, 300th Sustainment Brigade, 4th Expeditionary Sustainment Command, conducts a sleep hygiene class at Camp Ar... More

Army Capt. Tiffany Taylor, a behavioral health officer

Army Capt. Tiffany Taylor, a behavioral health officer

Army Capt. Tiffany Taylor, a behavioral health officer assigned to the 300th Special Troops Battalion, 300th Sustainment Brigade, 4th Expeditionary Sustainment Command, conducts a sleep hygiene class at Camp Ar... More

Army Capt. Tiffany Taylor, a behavioral health officer

Army Capt. Tiffany Taylor, a behavioral health officer

Army Capt. Tiffany Taylor, a behavioral health officer assigned to the 300th Special Troops Battalion, 300th Sustainment Brigade, 4th Expeditionary Sustainment Command, conducts a sleep hygiene class at Camp Ar... More

Soldiers who are seeking behavioral health help may

Soldiers who are seeking behavioral health help may

Soldiers who are seeking behavioral health help may reach out to a behavioral health officer at the 300th Special Troops Battalion, 300th Sustainment Brigade, 4th Expeditionary Sustainment Command, behavioral h... More

Service members seeking behavioral health assistance

Service members seeking behavioral health assistance

Service members seeking behavioral health assistance visit the behavioral health officer at the 300th Special Troops Battalion, 300th Sustainment Brigade, 4th Expeditionary Sustainment Command, behavioral healt... More

Army Cpl. Andres Cruz, left, a behavioral health specialist

Army Cpl. Andres Cruz, left, a behavioral health specialist

Army Cpl. Andres Cruz, left, a behavioral health specialist and Capt. Tiffany Taylor, a behavioral health officer, both assigned to the 300th Special Troops Battalion, 300th Sustainment Brigade, 4th Expeditiona... More

Army Spc. Kadeem Worley, left, assigned to the 502nd

Army Spc. Kadeem Worley, left, assigned to the 502nd

Army Spc. Kadeem Worley, left, assigned to the 502nd Human Resources Company, 4th Special Troops Battalion, 4th Sustainment Brigade, receives information on behavioral health from Capt. Tiffany Taylor, a behavi... More

Army Capt. Tiffany Taylor, left, a behavioral health

Army Capt. Tiffany Taylor, left, a behavioral health

Army Capt. Tiffany Taylor, left, a behavioral health officer assigned to the 300th Special Troops Battalion (STB), 300th Sustainment Brigade, 4th Expeditionary Sustainment Command, provides behavioral health in... More

Mediator-mediation

Mediator-mediation

Le siège de Port Arthur Parlementaires japonais venant négocier une suspension d'armes afin de pouvoir à l'ensevellisement des morts

William C. Jewett to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, December 31, 1862  (Seeks interview to discuss French mediation)
William C. Jewett to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, December 31, 1862  (Seeks interview to discuss French mediation)
William C. Jewett to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, December 31, 1862  (Seeks interview to discuss French mediation)
"Communication relating to a proposed mediation", April, 1782. James Madison's Copy; in French.

"Communication relating to a proposed mediation", April, 1782. James M...

Transcripts, guides, and tools to help you use this collection may be found at http://www.loc.gov/collection/james-madison-papers/about-this-collection/.

"Communication relating to a proposed mediation", April, 1782. James Madison's Copy; in French.

"Communication relating to a proposed mediation", April, 1782. James M...

Transcripts, guides, and tools to help you use this collection may be found at http://www.loc.gov/collection/james-madison-papers/about-this-collection/.

"Communication relating to a proposed mediation", April, 1782. James Madison's Copy; in French.

"Communication relating to a proposed mediation", April, 1782. James M...

Transcripts, guides, and tools to help you use this collection may be found at http://www.loc.gov/collection/james-madison-papers/about-this-collection/.

"Communication relating to a proposed mediation", April, 1782. James Madison's Copy; in French.

"Communication relating to a proposed mediation", April, 1782. James M...

Transcripts, guides, and tools to help you use this collection may be found at http://www.loc.gov/collection/james-madison-papers/about-this-collection/.

"Communication relating to a proposed mediation", April, 1782. James Madison's Copy; in French.

"Communication relating to a proposed mediation", April, 1782. James M...

Transcripts, guides, and tools to help you use this collection may be found at http://www.loc.gov/collection/james-madison-papers/about-this-collection/.

"Communication relating to a proposed mediation", April, 1782. James Madison's Copy; in French.

"Communication relating to a proposed mediation", April, 1782. James M...

Transcripts, guides, and tools to help you use this collection may be found at http://www.loc.gov/collection/james-madison-papers/about-this-collection/.

"Communication relating to a proposed mediation", April, 1782. James Madison's Copy; in French.

"Communication relating to a proposed mediation", April, 1782. James M...

Transcripts, guides, and tools to help you use this collection may be found at http://www.loc.gov/collection/james-madison-papers/about-this-collection/.

Henry N. Thielsen to Abraham Lincoln, Sunday, January 18, 1863  (Proposes mediation between Union and Confederacy)
Henry N. Thielsen to Abraham Lincoln, Sunday, January 18, 1863  (Proposes mediation between Union and Confederacy)
By the president of the United States of America. A proclamation. Whereas a convention between the United States of America and His Britannic Majesty was concluded and signed at St. Petersburg, under the mediation of the Emperor of all the Russi

By the president of the United States of America. A proclamation. Wher...

Printed in English and French. Page Order: Leaflet Available also through the Library of Congress web site as facsimile page images. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 229, Folder 3.

By the president of the United States of America. A proclamation. Whereas a convention between the United States of America and His Britannic Majesty was concluded and signed at St. Petersburg, under the mediation of the Emperor of all the Russi

By the president of the United States of America. A proclamation. Wher...

Printed in English and French. Page Order: Leaflet Available also through the Library of Congress web site as facsimile page images. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 229, Folder 3.

By the president of the United States of America. A proclamation. Whereas a convention between the United States of America and His Britannic Majesty was concluded and signed at St. Petersburg, under the mediation of the Emperor of all the Russi

By the president of the United States of America. A proclamation. Wher...

Printed in English and French. Page Order: Leaflet Available also through the Library of Congress web site as facsimile page images. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 229, Folder 3.

By the president of the United States of America. A proclamation. Whereas a convention between the United States of America and His Britannic Majesty was concluded and signed at St. Petersburg, under the mediation of the Emperor of all the Russi

By the president of the United States of America. A proclamation. Wher...

Printed in English and French. Page Order: Leaflet Available also through the Library of Congress web site as facsimile page images. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 229, Folder 3.

William C. Jewett to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, December 29, 1862  (Telegram concerning French mediation of the conflict)
William C. Jewett to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, December 29, 1862  (Telegram concerning French mediation of the conflict)
William C. Jewett to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, December 29, 1862  (Telegram concerning French mediation of the conflict)