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Corporate Author Affiliated Teachers Organizations of Los Angeles.
Title Affiliated Teachers Organizations of Los Angeles collection, 1944-1972 1952-1972.

 Stored Special Collections & Archives  ATOLA  box 1    IN LIBRARY
 Stored Special Collections & Archives  ATOLA  box 2    IN LIBRARY
 Stored Special Collections & Archives  ATOLA  box 3    IN LIBRARY
 Stored Special Collections & Archives  ATOLA  box 4    IN LIBRARY
 Stored Special Collections & Archives  ATOLA  box 5    IN LIBRARY
Description 2.09 linear ft.
Summary Collection documents the teaching career of Harold Corbin, as well as political and social issues relevant to education in the greater Los Angeles Area, from 1944 through 1972.
Note Harold Corbin earned permanent status at the Los Angeles School District in 1939. Numerous teacher organizations in Los Angeles in the 1930s made separate representations to the Board of Education. Over time, these disparate groups joined together to form a federation and therefore a single representative body. The Affiliated Teachers Organizations of Los Angeles (ATOLA) formed in the years 1930-1932. Corbin joined them during the 1946-1947 academic year. Corbin was active in the organization, having been an official local delegate to an American Federation of Teachers (AFT) convention in Santa Barbara.
Harold Corbin; Gift; 1982.
Subject Corbin, Harold.
Affiliated Teachers Organizations of Los Angeles -- Archives.
Teachers' unions -- California -- Los Angeles.
Strikes and lockouts -- Teachers -- California -- Los Angeles.
Related Names American Federation of Teachers.
Los Angeles Teachers Association.
United Teachers of Los Angeles.
OCLC number 24856480