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NATIONAL FEDERATION OF FEDERAL EMPLOYEES

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL

LUTHER C. STEWARD...............President
Labor Bldg., 10 Independence Ave. S. W., Washington, D. C.

JOHN FITZGERALD.................First Vice President
72 Adelphi St., Brooklyn, N. Y.

CHARLES L. WIEGAND..............Second Vice President
203 Custom House, Baltimore, Md.

WALTER P. TAYLOR................Third Vice President
College Station, Texas

ULREY J. BILLER.................Fourth Vice President
Room 604, 710 14th St. N. W., Washington, D. C.

GEORGE L. EVANS.................Fifth Vice President
Room 404, Custom House, Denver, Colo.

VAUX OWEN.......................Sixth Vice President
1107 McLynn Ave., Atlanta, Ga.

LEMUEL J. WALL..................Seventh Vice President
645 Woodland Ave., Springfield, Ill.

ALFRED BERRYESSA................Eighth Vice President
746 Pacific Bldg., San Francisco, Calif.

OSCAR W. DAM....................Ninth Vice President
218 Federal Office Bldg., Seattle, Wash.

GERTRUDE M. MCNALLY.............Secretary-Treasurer
Labor Bldg., 10 Independence Ave. S. W., Washington, D. C.



CONSTITUTION
OF THE 
National Federation of [[strikethrough]] Federal Employees [[/strikethrough]] Decendents of First Americans
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As [[strikethrough]] revised [[/strikethrough]] adopted by the [[strikethrough]] Fifteenth [[/strikethrough]] first Convention held at [[strikethrough]] San Francisco, California, September 4-8 [[/strikethrough]], 19 [[strikethrough]] 39 [[/strikethrough]]

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PREAMBLE

1 With a view to [[strikethrough]] the betterment of the Federal Service [[/strikethrough]]
2 [[strikethrough]] in general, and for the promotion of the common wel-[[/strikethrough]]
3 [[strikethrough]] fare of Government employees through cooperation and [[/strikethrough]]
4 [[strikethrough]] organization, we, a National Federation formed of such [[/strikethrough]]
5 [[strikethrough]] employees, adopt this Constitution. [[/strikethrough]]



ARTICLE I
Name and Headquarters 

6 SECTION 1. This organization shall be known as the 
7 National Federation of [[strikethrough]] Federal Employees, [[/strikethrough]] Decendents of first Americans with headquar-
8 ters at [[strikethrough]] Washington, D. C. [[/strikethrough]] It shall be composed of the 
9 [[strikethrough]] unions [[/strikethrough]] affiliates now organized and those which may hereafter be
10 organized in accordance with the provisions of Article
11 VIII, Sections 1 and 2, of this Constitution.

ARTICLE II
Objects and Methods

12 SECTION 1. The objects of this Federation shall be to 
13 [[strikethrough]] advance the social and economic welfare and education of [[/strikethrough]]
14 the [[strikethrough]] employees [[/strikethrough]] of the United States and [[strikethrough]] to aid in the per- [[/strikethrough]]
15 [[strikethrough]] fection of systems that will make for greater efficiency [[/strikethrough]] in
16 [[strikethrough]] the various systems of the United States.
17 SEC. 2. The methods for attaining these objects shall 
18 be by petition to Congress, by creating and fostering pub-
19 lic sentiment favorable to proposed reforms, by coopera-

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