The University of Queensland Library
Collection made by Ian Hinckfuss as the representative for the Queensland Council of State School Organisations. C.O.P.S.E. functioned from Jul 1977 to Apr 1978. Includes meeting minutes, reports, letters, articles, publicity material, statement of aims, and photocopied newspaper clippings on social issues
Washington State Archives
The records of the Liquor Control Board document its stewardship of liquor sales and consumption in Washington State from the 1930s to the 1990s. The records include minutes of the proceedings of the Board, accompanied by documentation pertaining to administrative operations, the enforcement of liquor laws, applications, and agency and store closures. Correspondence of the chairman and other officials of the Board with agencies and stores concerns advertising, legal matters, liberalization of liquor laws (1962), Sunday liquor sales, hearings, finance, enforcement, meetings, policy, and correspondence with Governor Rosellini. Annual reports of the Board summarize programs and important activities -- Also includes general files pertaining to the regulation of liquor and general administrative functions; these contain correspondence with various associations, divisions, and offices of the state, as well as minutes, pamphlets, resolutions, reports, surveys, "historical material," press ... Read More
The University of Queensland Library
Collection made by Ian Hinckfuss as the representative for the Queensland Council of State School Organisations. C.O.P.S.E. functioned from Jul 1977 to Apr 1978. Includes meeting minutes, reports, letters, articles, publicity material, statement of aims, and photocopied newspaper clippings on social issues
Wisconsin Veterans Museum Research Center
Elsie Lajcak, née Kramolis, a Moquah, Wisconsin native, discusses her service as a truck driver with the women Marines during World War II. Lajcak explains she was inspired to join the Marine Corps by a cousin who was killed in action. She describes enlisting in 1943 and attending classes during boot camp at Hunter College (New York). She talks about living in dorms with other women Marines, buying her own uniforms, marching in a regimental review, and, on Easter Sunday, going in to New York City where a Navy veteran treated her group to lunch. Lajcak speaks of motor transport school and her first duty assignment at Camp Lejeune (North Carolina). She tells of learning to drive trucks and some training snafus: tearing down the Signal Corps' wires while driving at night and stalling an entire convoy when her truck got stuck in a ravine. Lajcak addresses being segregated from the men, curfews, and being required to sign in and out. Sent to Air Station Cherry Point (North Carolina), she ... Read More
Goshen College - Mennonite Historical Library
"An analysis of the Old Colony Mennonite sect in the framework of the Social System as developed by Charles P. Loomis in Social Systems: Essays in their persistence and change, Princeton, Von Nostrand, 1961.".
Pennsylvania State University Libraries
Describes some of the ways in which man is influenced by society and even changed by society. Shows the effects of group pressures. Explains the nature of the bargaining process
Wheaton College - Buswell Library
Examines diverse forms of systems designed to maintain order within a society including various kinds of conflict resolution and sanctions ranging formal trials, mediation, and "trial by ordeal" in India. Cultures and countries used as examples include the Amish of Pennsylvania, Eskimos and the Masai and Barabaig people of Africa

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