Annuities and Pensions File, 1931-1939 | The American Library Association Archives
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Correspondence between Harold F. Brigham, Chair of the Committee on Annuities and Pensions and life insurance companies, includes proposing group annuity ant retirement plans for members of ALA (1931-39), committee correspondence (1931- 39), the group annuity contract between ALA and Metropolitan Life (1933), amendments to the contract (1938), correspondence, questionnaires and summary regarding proposed Social Security legislation (1939), procedures for Metropolitan representatives, and outline for Metropolitan's administration of annuities, constitutions of three annuities associations and a committee membership list (1935-36).
Note: the Committee on Annuities and Pensions was created by the Executive Board in 1930 to study and promote the development of annuities, pensions and insurance for librarians. In 1941, it was made a standing committee and its name was changed to Annuities, Pensions, and Life Insurance. 1950 saw the abandonment as a separate committee and its functions transferred to the Board on Personnel Administration.