Scope and arrangement
The National Caucus of Labor Committees (NCLC) records were collected from 1967-1974 by Phyllis and Robert Dillon, NCLC members throughout those years. The records include correspondence, internal reports and meeting minutes, statements and publications, and subject files.
Highlights of the correspondence include an exchange regarding the end of Lyndon LaRouche's relationship with his common law wife, Carol. Also included is a 1974 letter in which five Committee members, including Phyllis and Robert Dillon, resign from the NCLC, citing their shock and distaste at the current state of the organization. Internal reports include both tactical plans and philosophical arguments circulated among NCLC members and officers. The subject files contain research material and strategy documents on various topics, as well as some unpublished work by LaRouche under the name of "Lyn Marcus."