American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations. -- See AFL-CIO
American Federation of Labor. Committee for Industrial Organization, : Frank Hague, individually and as mayor of Jersey City, Daniel J. Casey, individually and as director of Public Safety of Jersey City, Harry Walsh, individually and as chief of police of Jersey City, and the Board of Commissioners of Jersey City, defendants-appellants, vs. Committee for Industrial Organization, Steel Workers Organizing Committee of the Committee for Industrial Organization, United Electrical Radio and Machine Workers of America, United Rubber Workers of America, William J. Carney, William J. Traynor, William P. McGinn, Samuel Macri, James P. Sweeney, Daniel J. Foley and American Civil Liberties Union, plaintiffs-appellees [electronic resource] : brief of the Special Committee on the Bill of Rights of the American Bar Association, as friends of the court.
American Federation of Labor. Railway Employees Department, / defendant. : United States of America, complainant, v. Railway Employes' Department of the American Federation of Labor, Bert M. Jewell, president, J.F. McGrath, vice president, and John Scott, aecretary and treasurer; International Brotherhood of Blacksmiths, Drop Forgers and Helpers, James W. Kline, president; International Alliance Of Amalgamated Sheet Metal Workers, J.J. Hynes, president; International Brotherhood of Boiler Makers, Iron Ship Builders and Helpers of America, J.A. Franklin, president; Brotherhood of Railway Car Men of America, Martin F. Ryan, president; International Association of Machinists, William H. Johnston, international president, and E.C. Davison, grand secretary and treasurer; International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, James P. Noonan, president; Atlanta, Tennessee & Northern System Federation No. 132, J.M. Key, president, and Robert A. Seabury, secretary thereof, and numerous other system federations and the president and secretary of each thereof, defendants : bill of complaint : filed September 1, 1922.