2.50 linear ft (6 Hollinger boxes).
Organized in 6 boxes : Box #1. Mary Dyckman's biographical data and reminiscences, files on Juvenile Delinquency Commission, Dr. Harrison Stanford Martland, Radium Poisoning (1925-1939), Consumers League of New Jersey (1960-1982) and its history (1900-1969), Workman's Compensation Laws (1963), and correspondence ; Box #2. Correspondence on CLNJ (1950) and proposals for improvements of labor laws, newspaper clippings, resolutions, papers, speeches, testimony, related to Medicare and Workman's Compensation, files and newspaper clippings on Minimum Wages (1956-) ; Box #3. Files on Health (1965-66), Food Sanitation (1973-74), Public Health (1977), Meat Inspection (1970), Milk Pricing (1977), Food Stamp Program, Meat-USDA, Cancer Control Bill, Food and Nutrition, Food Advertising, Legislative Accountability Project, President's correspondence ; Box #4. Files and newspaper clippings on Occupational Health and Safety (Osha), Meat and Poultry, Public Health Committee, Milk, Frozen Desserts, Canned products, Consumer Register Responses ; Box #5. Files on "For the Consumer" (1968-71), Medicare, Task Force-Final Report (1968), scrapbooks on Asbestos (1979-84) and Toxic Substances (1974-84) ; Box #6. Files on Workmen's Compensation (1968-81), a binder containing papers related to Workmen's Compensation (1961-81), files on genesis and Darwin, League of Women Voters of the Oranges, audio tape (Reminiscence), and a published article "Radium" by Katherine Schaub.
Mary Dyckman was former President of Consumers League of New Jersey (CLNJ), and was a constant and persistent worker for the improvement of labor laws.
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