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Publisher Description

Unity House, a non-profit corporation formerly known as the Hawaii Federation of Labor Memorial Association, was granted a charter on December 24, 1951 by the Territory of Hawaii upon petition filed by Rutledge and four other persons. A primary object of the organization, as expressed in the charter, was "[t]o bring together in a benevolent and fraternal organization all members, past members, and friends of the American Federation of Labor in . . . Hawaii, including the Hotel, Restaurant Employees and Bartenders Union, the International Brotherhood of Teamsters, and the Transit Workers Union, Independent." Another purpose of the corporation was "[t]o acquire and provide suitable quarters for the meeting, assembling, recreation, and education of members and their families." The charter also recited that "[p]ersons who are members, past members, or friends of the American Federation of Labor in . . . Hawaii, including members, past members, and friends of the Hotel, Restaurant Employees and Bartenders Union, [t]he International Brotherhood of Teamsters, and the Transit Workers Union, Independent, may be admitted as members of the corporation by the affirmative vote of its Board of Directors at any meeting thereof duly called and held."

GENRE
Professional & Technical
RELEASED
1987
July 21
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
20
Pages
PUBLISHER
LawApp Publishers
SELLER
Innodata Book Distribution Services Inc
SIZE
62.1
KB

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