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Major Collective Bargaining Agreements from 1964-1982 covers everything from hours and weekend work to transfers and relocation allowances.
FRASER has the Bureau of Labor Statistics’ Area Wage Survey from 1965-1980.
- The papers of Nelson Aldrich, Chairman of the National Monetary Commission, have been digitized from the Library of Congress collection and are now available. (Sep 24)
- The August 2015 issue of CPI Detailed Report is now available. (Sep 22)
- Check out newly added issues of Community Reinvestment Report and the Community Reinvestment Forum from the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland. (Sep 22)
- The papers of Eugene I. Meyer, Governor of the Federal Reserve Board from 1930 to 1933, have been digitized from the Library of Congress collection and are now available. (Sep 21)
- Additional files from the Library of Congress’ collection of the papers of Charles S. Hamlin, the first Governor of the Federal Reserve Board from 1914 to 1916 and a member of the Board until 1936, are now available on FRASER. (Sep 21)
- Documents from the September 16-17, 2015, FOMC meeting are now available. (Sep 18)