Hotel, Restaurant and Culinary Employees' and Bartenders' Union, Local 40 fonds
- Source of title proper: Title based on the contents of the fonds.
1.2 m of textual records;449 photographs;1 sound cassette
The Hotel Industry was one of the first industries unionized in B.C., the first charter being granted in 1900 to the Hotel and Restaurant Employees' Union Local No. 28. Gradually the smaller locals began merging until 1974, when the Beverage Dispensers' Union, Local No. 676, and the Hotel and Restaurant Employees' Union, Local No. 28, merged to become the Hotel and Restaurant Employees' and Bartenders' Union, local No. 16. The final province-wide merger occurred in 1976 with the creation of the Hotel, Restaurant, and Culinary Employees' and Bartenders' Union, having 12,000 unionized employees under this local.
The fonds consists of the minute books of various locals that are now part of the Local 40 (1910-1966), handbooks (1949-1951), two minute books of locals (1961-1973), minute book of Local Joint Executive Board (1958-1974), meeting roster (1972-1976) and weekly time books for staff, Local 619 (1965-1970). The fonds also includes photographs, clippings, two office files on union activities, copy of a report on the B.C. Hotel Industry (1978) and clippings and leaflets concerning election (1981). Some of the locals were located in Nanaimo, Nelson, New Westminster, Port Alberni, Vancouver and Victoria. Fonds includes a sound cassette of an interview of Jim Morrison on the history of HREU locals 28 and 40.
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