University of the Pacific - William Knox Holt Memorial Library
Interviews with 65 immigrant women of Stockton, Calif. (1981). Most came to United States between 1920 and 1950. 27 ethnic origins range from Argentine to Vietnamese. Many of these women worked, some on farms, some in food processing, some as teachers, some as dressmakers and some as restaurateurs
Nevada Office of the State Treasurer Travel Revolving Fund
Nevada State Library and Archives
This record series consists of a computer print-out provided by the Personnel Department - of all terminated employees. This list is received twice monthly, and is used to monitor the status of employees
Wilfrid Laurier University Senate Appointments Policy Committee
Wilfrid Laurier University Library
Organized in 1975 as a Standing Committee of the Senate, it was originally called Appointments Committee. In 1980 its name was changed to Appointments Policy Committee. This Committee was abolished in 1990. The responsibilities of this Committee were to consider and make recommendations to the Senate on policies and procedures concerning appointments to the faculty of the University, including professors emeriti, and the granting and termination of tenure
As director of Indian education and training programs for the Oregon Department of Education in the 1950s and 1960s, A. Harvey Wright was very involved in implementing federal education and training programs, including preparations for federal termination of tribal status for several Indian tribes in Oregon. The collection consists of correspondence and documents related to federal termination of tribal recognition for the Klamath Tribes and other Oregon tribes in the 1950s.
Scope and Contents Reports and minutes of Advertising Council Public Policy Committee (1949-86) and Advisory Committee on Public Issues (1992) meetings including discussions of policy decisions, proposed campaigns, campaigns scheduled for termination, current campaigns, progress reports, possible new areas of Council activity, and sub-committee reports.
Records of the Foreign Policy Association (FPA), a national, non-partisan adult educational organization dedicated to promoting interest in international relations and an understanding of foreign affairs; including correspondence, reports, memoranda, financial records, minutes, speeches, news releases, newsletters, brochures, photographs, moving images, audio recordings, and printed materials. Formed in 1918 as the League of Free Nations and reorganized in 1923, the FPA supplies publications, speakers, and counsel for community-based discussion programs and other events, and also sponsors events for a national audience. The records document the activities, administration, public relations, education efforts, community relations, and finances of the organization, as well as foreign policy and world affairs in all facets throughout the 20th century. Topics include human rights, war, trade, government, defense, world hunger, education, anti-communist activities, and foreign relations.