1 notebook of photographic prints : black and white or color ; 9 x 13 cm.
3 notebook of photographic prints : black and white ; 20 x 25 cm.
1 notebook of slides : black and white or color ; 2 x 2 in.
55 notebooks of clippings and articles : illustrations.
Organized into the following series: I. [Minority Business Council?] events, organized by topic ; Series II. Notebooks arranged by Economic Development concerning projects ; Series III. Notebooks from loose file folders acquired from Economic Development and arranged by the VBPL Archival staff of clippings and articles: Arranged alphabetically. Some information overlaps with Series II.
Series I: Archival binder of photographs of events.
Series II:33 notebooks titled and arranged by Economic Development containing clippings and articles, and some photographs concerning projects such as: 1995 (slides), 31st street, A.J. DeBellis, Airport Industrial Park, The Amphitheater, Arts and Conference Center, BRAC, Centre Point Park, Ceremonies (openings of projects), City and Seven economies, Corporate Landing Industrial Park, Golf, Industrial Parks, Lillian Vernon, Lynnhaven Mall, Oceana, Oceana west, Pat Robertson, Pembroke area, Sportsplex, Town center.
26 notebooks (as arranged by Archives staff from loose file folders acquired from Economic Development, some overlap with Series II.)containing clippings and articles concerning projects such as: 7 business districts -Amerigroup, AMSEC-Bonney Rd. Hotel Suite, BRAC - Business Misc., Camp Pendleton-COL Convention Center-Cost of Living - Courthouse Planning area -Defense Effect, Demographics - Duck Inn, Eastern Shore RR - Economy, Economy-Fishing trade, Fogg's Restaurant Greekfest, Green Line-Higher Education Center, Historical-History, Holiday Inn- Housing, Housing-Judicial Center, Kona-Kai-Minority, general, Minority, business-Oceana East, Oceana West-OWIP (Oceana West Industrial Park), OWIP photographs, Parks-Pavilion, Pavilion Scrapbook, Pavilion Theater, Pavilion Tower Hotel, Pembroke flyover-Regionalization, Regionalization-Soccer Complex, Social Services-Target areas, Taylor property-Transportation, Transportation - World Wide Web.
The Department of Economic Development assists new business and existing industry in maximizing their economic potential. Programs and services include: Site Selection, Advocacy Services, Market Information, Financial Guidance, Business Assistance, Minority Business Council, Workforce Development Services.