University of Montana--Missoula, Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library, K. Ross Toole Archives
The collection contains records from the Montana local government study commissions from across the state in 1975-1976. The cities and counties that are represented in the collection have the final drafts of their study proposals that the citizens voted on. The Missoula City-County coalition study has the most specific information included in the collection. Many of the other city-county studies only have the final draft of their proposal and not the research on which they used in their decision
Hagley Museum and Library - Manuscripts and Archives Department
The GWDC records include board of directors and executive committee minutes; as well as project files and reports documenting the Council's efforts to present solutions to Wilmington's urban problems. Files describe the work of the Community Development Committee, the Transportation Committee, Downtown Wilmington, Inc. the Intergovernmental Task Force, the Land Use Commission, the Education Project, and SANE of Delaware, Inc
Minnesota Historical Society
Minutes (ribbon copies and photocopies); agenda packets, including reports, policy statements, plans, agendas, correspondence, and related papers; a looseleaf copy of the metropolitan development guide that was the focus of the committee's work; and subject files on the various policy issues addressed by the development guide. The subject files include preliminary publications of development guide chapters
Minnesota Historical Society
Minutes, agendas, reports, policy statements, plans, and correspondence
Minnesota Historical Society
Documenting the interests and activities of the council, the administration files include administrative meeting minutes and agenda packets; council resolutions; memoranda (1971-1972); management team minutes (1971-1974); Manpower Technical Advisory Committee records (1973); work programs and budgets (1970-1974); newsletters (1967-1975); policy plans and programs (1973-1974); depositions in the Metropolitan Council Housing and Redevelopment Authority case (1980); correspondence of the chairman, council members, and general staff, and with metropolitan area counties and the Housing and Urban Development Department (1964-1974); and subject files (1967-1975)
Minnesota Historical Society
Minutes (ribbon copies and photocopies), agendas, correspondence, project reviews, reports, and related papers
South Carolina Historical Society
Collection consists of business records of Legerton and Company and the John Huguley Company, and personal papers of John E. Huguley mainly reflecting his activities in local and state politics and commerce, as well as various civic, professional and non-profit organizations. Records of the John Huguley Company include advertising material, inventory data, scrapbooks, catalogs, and records relating to branch stores in the Charleston area
Minnesota Historical Society
Agenda packets, minutes, reports, correspondence, memos, and subject files documenting the council's communications/telecommunications program, mainly in the areas of cable television and telecommunications. The cable television files deal with such topics as franchise ordinances, Citizens League, health data, and Minnesota Commission on Cable Communications rules; and include records of the Communications Advisory Committee, its predecessors, the Cable Television Advisory Committee and the Cable Communications Advisory Committee, and its Interconnection Subcommittee. The telecommunications files cover such topics as Channel 6, a 1984-1985 infrastructure study, and policy issues; and include the records of the Task Force on Regional Telecommunications
Minnesota Historical Society
Main topics of interest in these records include long term health care, federal funding of programs concerning the aging, senior centers, day care for the aging, nutrition and congregate dining, and home delivered meals programs
Georgia State University - Special Collections and Archives
The collection consists of personal papers of James O. Moore from 1965-1972. Consists primarily of correspondence, minutes, and printed material produced by various civic and political boards, commissions, and committees on which Moore served as President of the Georgia State AFL-CIO. The organizations include the Atlanta Board of Ethics (1965-1971), Atlanta Charter Commission (1971), Fulton County Civil Service Board (1970-1972), and the Governor's Youth Opportunity Council (1967-1971). Also includes information on vocational education training, the General Electric strike (1969-1970), a petition relating to brown lung (byssinosis), Atlanta-Fulton County consolidation, and apprenticeship programs


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