(2.5 linear ft.)..
8 boxes +.
Organized into ten series: I. Election certificate, 1967. II. Correspondence, 1967-1975. III. Reports, resolutions, notes, etc., ca. 1967-1971. IV. Cost estimates and other financial data, ca. 1967-1971. V. Speeches and statements by Tuppen, ca. 1967-1971. VI. Maps, n.d. VII. Architects' reports, portfolios, etc., ca. 1968-1971. VIII. Stadiums built in other cities, ca. 1968-1971. IX. Kenford Co. et al. vs. County of Erie, ca. 1971-1979. X. Newspaper clippings, 1968-1972 Correspondence and clippings arranged chronologically.
Correspondence, reports, resolutions, contracts, notes, maps, cost estimates and other financial data, architectural and engineering specifications, and speeches concerning plans for a domed stadium for Erie County, 1967-1975; notes and printed materials about stadiums built in other U.S. cities; newspaper clippings; and records of Kenford Company et al. vs. the County of Erie, a suit in State Supreme Court regarding breach of the county's stadium contract, 1971-1989.
Buffalo lawyer who was elected to the Erie County Legislature in 1967 as a Republican representing the 11th District; active on issue of whether and where to build a domed stadium for Erie County.
Buffalo History Museum Research Library, C93-1, Charles D. Tuppen, Erie County Stadium Papers.
Inventory, including biographical and historical notes, available in the repository and attached to this record: sub-series level control.