Chicago Council on Urban Affairs (TRUST, INC.) records
MSCCUA73

 An inventory of the collection at the University of Illinois at Chicago

Summary Information

Repository
Richard J. Daley Library Special Collections and University Archives
Creator
Chicago Council on Urban Affairs.
Creator
Council on Population and Environment.
Title
Chicago Council on Urban Affairs (TRUST, INC.) records
ID
MSCCUA73
Date
1968-1985
Extent
42.0 Linear feet
Language
English
Abstract:
The Chicago Council on Urban Affairs, formerly known as TRUST, Inc., was organized to focus attention and increased public understanding of a variety of community issues, such as housing, job training and creation, health care, crime and poverty, community renewal, environmentalism, and tax policy. The Council has successfully focused attention on these urban issues, resulting in new legislation and policies at the state and local levels.

Preferred Citation

Chicago Council on Urban Affairs records, Special Collections and University Archives, University of Illinois at Chicago

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Administrative History

Chicago Council on Urban Affairs

Formerly the Congress of Population and Environment (COPE), later the Council of Population and Environment, later (ca 1975) TRUST INC.

The Congress on Population and Environment (COPE) was formed in Colorado in 1969 to unite leaders of population control and environmental movements. COPE felt that there was little interaction between these organizations resulting in duplication of effort or missed opportunities. In June 1970, the First National Congress on Optimum Population and Environment was convened in Chicago with over 1000 representatives of environmental, population control, and special interest groups representing non-white groups, students, and the impoverished. COPE established two goals based on this congress: to “bring these people into cross-interest group communication, where the important thing was to achieve interaction, not consensus, agreement or resolution” and educating the general public on environmental and population problems. [1]

A series of conferences in various locations across the country during 1971-1972 broadened the focus of the organization to include such problems as poverty, employment, and other inner-city issues. To test the feasibility of COPE’s theories, Chicago was chosen as the location of an on-going pilot project due to its typical set of urban problems. COPE took an “ecological” or holistic approach to resolving issues in that it viewed the interconnections between the various problems facing Chicago.

An early undertaking of the Chicago project was to organize an ongoing luncheon meeting program with representatives from labor, civil rights, business, community, and other interest groups. Individual topic groups were organized to regularly discuss subjects such as criminal justice, energy, housing, health care, and transportation, among others. Building consensus was not the goal of these meetings. Rather, COPE hoped to introduce organizations that might not have otherwise interacted because of racial, social, economic, and other barriers.

Having identified problem areas, COPE sought solutions to some of Chicago’s larger social and economic problems. An interest of the organization during the early 1970s was an interactive media project, known as TRUST (To Reshape Urban Systems Together). This involved making a film on a provocative topic and organizing groups to watch and record their reactions and subsequent discussions. The first such project was on mass transportation entitled “You Cannot Get There from Here.” This was broadcast on WTTW in 1973 and met a favorable response from viewers and critics. In 1974, COPE undertook a more ambitious project concerning criminal justice. The film, “And Justice for All. . .” won the Helen Cody Baker Award for Best Program by a Non-Profit Organization in 1975.

In 1976, COPE expanded the scope of its activities when it turned its focus toward new topics. “Urban Dollars” examined municipal spending and urban development in 1976. This project concluded that efforts to revitalize downtown districts must be supported by actions to reverse neighborhood deterioration in order to preserve the city’s tax base. This led to a TRUST Neighborhood Agenda program, which examined policies related primarily to neighborhood economic revitalization with an emphasis on balanced investment and local accountability. A part of this project focused on housing problems won COPE a second Helen Cody Baker Award in 1978 for “Best Interpretive Report in the Chicago Region.”

The investigation into neighborhoods led the organization to explore the question of employment. In October 1978, TRUST began examining how small neighborhood businesses and public-private ventures are able to create jobs. Of particular interest to the organization was how to find ways to link education, jobs, and federal employment programs.

In 1980, TRUST INC began a series of projects focused on the role of philanthropy in urban affairs. These projects included a conference entitled “Meeting of the Minds” and two studies addressing the question of how to increase support of public and private sources of philanthropy donations. These studies were entitled “Stimulating Joint Urban Ventures” and “Developing Individuals and Communities in Partnership.”

During the early 1980s, the organization underwent a third name change when it became the Chicago Council on Urban Affairs. The Council continuously endeavored to bring public attention to the problems of housing, employment, adult education, criminal justice and juvenile criminality, health services, and environmental and tax policy. As a result of its efforts, the Council has successfully shaped public policy decisions at both the state and municipal level.

[1] “History and Analysis of COPE by Shelly Kellman for John McKnight, 1972” in Box 3, Folder 59.

The following is a list of the organization's reports and films included within the collection:

MANRESA Report, 1971

“You Cannot Get There from Here.” This was broadcast on WTTW in 1973.

Report on Medicine, Health, and Institutional Growth, 1975

Proposal for Chicago's Future: A Model to Enhance Private Sector Leadership and Citizen Participation, 1975

Managing Chicago's Urban Dollar, 1976

TRUST INC, Jobs Study Committee Minutes and Reports, 1979

Developing Individuals and Communities in Partnership, 1980

Community Action and the United Way Report, 1980

United Way Report on Neighborhood Development Needs Assessment Panel, 1980

U-Way Reports--Joint, TRUST, 1980

Spivey-Report to Governor, 1980

Inter-American Foundation Annual Report, 1980

Chicago Urban Lending Committee Report, 1981

Linkage Report: Computer-Based Support, 1981

CETA/TRUST Linkage Reports, 1981

Public-Private Partnerships CED Report, 1982

National Council on Urban Economic Development Legislative Report, 1982

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Scope and Contents

Although this collection encompasses documents from 1968 to 1985, the bulk of material originates from the 1970s, when the Chicago Council on Urban Affairs was still known as TRUST, Inc. The records include administration papers, research material and policy papers, correspondence, minutes, fundraising, and public relations material.

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Administrative Information

Publication Information

Richard J. Daley Library Special Collections and University Archives November 6, 2008

801 S. Morgan Street
Chicago, Illinois, 60607
312.996.2742

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Controlled Access Headings

Corporate Name(s)

  • Chicago Council on Urban Affairs. -- Archives

Subject(s)

  • Chicago Community Organizations.
  • Chicago Neighborhoods.
  • Chicago Political and Civic Life.

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Collection Inventory

Series I: Chicago Council on Urban Affairs records 

Box Folder

Address Changes and Additions,, 1973 

1 1

Council on Population and Environment,, 1969-1975 

1 2

Board of Directors Manuals,, ca 1975 

1 3

Corporate Minutes,, 1970-1975 

1 4

Minutes, Board of Director Meetings,, 1975 

1 5

Meeting Summaries and Minutes,, 1971-1972 

1 6

MANRESA,, 1971 

1 7

Funding for MANRESA,, 1971-1972 

1 8

MANRESA Report,, 1971 

1 9

Evaluation of MANRESA,, 1971 

1 10

MANRESA Material,, 1971-1972 

1 11

Dialogues in Public Policy Meeting,, 1972 

1 12

Dialogues in Public Policy,, 1972 

2 13

Dialogues in Public Policy,, 1972 

2 14

Dialogues in Public Policy,, 1972 

2 15

Dialogues in Public Policy,, 1972 

2 16

Annual Meeting,, 1974 

2 17

Budget and Expenses,, 1974 

2 18

Budget Proposal,, 1974-1975 

2 19

Annual Meeting,, 1980 

2 20

Loose Admin Information,, 1973-1974 

2 21

Consent for Reprints,, 1974 

2 22

Cohn, Robert L, Pearl Promotion, John Doi,, 1971 

2 23

Hotel Information,, 1972-1973 

2 24

Hotels and Conference Sitews,, 1971 

2 25

Conference Board,, 1971-1972 

2 26

Conference on Economic Conversion,, 1971-1972 

2 27

Environmental Priorities Conference, 1971 

2 28

University of Connecticut,, 1971-1972 

2 29

Conference on Human Environment-United Nations,, 1972 

2 30

Transcription of Meeting of JHM Home,, 1972 

2 31

Planning Workshop,, 1973 

2 32

Program Planning Session,, 1973 

2 33

Directory of Participating Groups,, undated 

2 34

Directory Listings,, undated 

2 35

Expenses, Janet Malone,, 1970-1972 

3 36

Mailings, General,, 1970-1971 

3 37

Fundraising and Mailing Lists,, undated 

3 38

Mailing Lists of Other Organizations and Persons,, 1972-1973 

3 39

Newsletters (Malone to Board),, 1971-1974 

3 40

Notes for Speeches-Janet Malone,, 1975 

3 41

Organizational Schemes and Fantasies-COPE,, 1970 

3 42

Possible Resource People,, 1971 

3 43

Poster Companies,, 1971 

3 44

Major Contributors List,, 1973-1974 

3 45

Current Funding,, 1971 

3 46

Fund Appeal Thank You Letters,, 1971-1972 

3 47

Appeal Letters and Thank You,, 1972 

3 48

Christmas Appeal, Thank You,, 1972 

3 49

Fund Appeal, Thanks-Corporations,, 1973 

3 50

Fund Appeal and Thank You-Individuals,, 1973 

3 51

Fund Appeal, Thank You,, 1973 

3 52

Individual Contributors,, 1974 

3 53

Individual Contributors,, 1975-1976 

3 54

Past Individual Contributors,, 1974-1975 

3 55

CAN Financial Corporation (No Longer Exists),, 1971-1974 

3 56

Contribution Information,, 1976 

3 57

General Office Forms, Originals,, ca 1976 

3 58

History and Analysis of COPE,, 1972 

3 59

Institute for Voluntary Organizations (TRUST Restructuring),, 1976 

4 60

Announcements for Monthly Luncheon,, 1972 

4 61

Questionnaires-Monthly Luncheons,, 1972 

4 62

Luncheon Questionnaire,, 1972 

4 63

Graph of Feedback and Years Topics,, ca 1973 

4 64

Questionnaires,, 1973 

4 65

April Feedback Sheets,, undated 

4 66

June Feedback Sheets,, undated 

4 67

July Feedback Sheets,, undated 

4 68

Questionnaires on Membership,, 1975 

4 69

Criminal Justice Lists and Group Discussion,, 1973 

4 70

Letters of Recommendation, Monthly Luncheons,, 1972-1973 

4 71

Chicago's Unique Monthly Luncheon Forums,, ca 1975 

4 72

NU Computer Analysis,, 1972-1975 

5 73

Criminal Justice Attendance, Incomplete,, 1972-1976 

5 74

Energy Advisory Committee,, 1975-1976 

5 75

Energy/Environment Attendance, Incomplete,, 1972-1976 

5 76

Health Care Advisory Committee,, 1973 

5 77

Health Care Attendance, Incomplete,, 1972-1976 

5 78

Housing Advisory Committee,, 1972-1975 

5 79

Housing Attendance, Incomplete,, 1973-1976 

5 80

Transportation Advisory Committee,, 1973-1976 

5 81

Transportation Attendance, Incomplete,, 1973-1976 

5 82

January,, 1978 

5 83

Questionnaires, Job Study,, 1978 

5 84

Job Study Committee Meeting,, August 1979 

5 85

Special Meetings Attendance,, 1976 

5 86

Luncheon Materials,, undated 

5 87

Monthly Brief Service Proposal,, ca 1972 

5 88

COPE Masters,, 1972-1973 

6 89

Memorandum--TRUST "And Justice for All, " undated 

6 90

Memorandum--TRUST, Dr. Quentin Young's TV appearance, 1975 

6 91

TRUST Neighborhood Award Nominations, 1979 

6 92

Nomination for Award,, 1980 

6 93

TRUST 2nd Annual Neighborhood Awards Luncheon,, 1980 

6 94

Newsletters of COPE/TRUST,, 1974-1979 

6 95

TRUST Inc. News,, 1975 

6 96

Newsletters,, 1976-1977 

6 97

Press Clippings,, 1971-1972 

6 98

Press Clippings,, 1971-1972 

6 99

Press Clippings,, 1971 

6 100

Program Committee,, 1981-1983 

7 101

Public Involvement in the Planning Process,, undated 

7 102

Statement of Purpose,, 1970-1971 

7 103

Student Resources and Preliminary Brochure, Later Plans,, 1972-1973 

7 104

"How Your Organization Can Find Student Volunteer Workers, " 1973 

7 105

Aggens Letter,, 1972 

7 106

Baker, Jeffrey,, 1970 

7 107

Barrett, Debbie,, 1973 

7 108

Barnett, Larry,, 1970 

7 109

Boyle, Bayard,, 1970 

7 110

Brown, Richard,, 1974 

7 111

Bruder Letter,, 1973 

7 112

Terry Bunner--Better Government Association,, 1975 

7 113

Conservation Foundation,, 1971-1972 

7 114

Correspondence--Environment/Energy, 1975 

7 115

Howard Ehrlich,, 1971 

7 116

Faramelli, Norman,, 1972 

7 117

Fisher, Joseph,, 1969 

7 118

Fiske Letter,, 1973 

7 119

Foote, Joseph--National Education Television,, 1971 

7 120

Fultz Letter,, 1972 

7 121

Jack Gentry--CIN,, 1975 

7 122

Goldbeck, Willis,, 1975 

7 123

Harris, William--Cambridge, MA,, 1974-1975 

7 124

Harris, Irving,, 1974 

7 125

Hillard, Edward,, 1969-1973 

7 126

Hjersted, Norman,, undated 

7 127

Holden, John--Lyndon State College,, 1971 

8 128

Kelly, Jim,, 1974 

8 129

Franks Written Materials,, 1973-1974 

8 130

L'Hommedieu, Howard,, 1971-1972 

8 131

Kieth Leenhouts--VIP-NCCD,, 1975 

8 132

Lodge, James,, 1971-1972 

8 133

Robert Merriam--Urban Investment and Development,, 1973 

8 134

Montano, Fr--Wailuo University of Contemplative Arts, Hawaii,, 1971 

8 135

Morrison, Denton, Sociology, MSU,, 1972 

8 136

Mott, Steward--Philanthropist,, 1971 

8 137

Myers, Lonny,, undated 

8 138

McClintock, Mrs Harvey (Bee),, 1969-1970 

8 139

McManus, Michael,, 1975 

8 140

Rutherford, William (Attorney),, 1971 

8 141

Short, Jeffrey,, 1971-1973 

8 142

Robert, Stilger,, 1974 

8 143

Thompson, Charles,, 1974 

8 144

Travers Letter,, 1972 

8 145

Vaitonis Letter,, 1973 

8 146

Widdecombe Letter,, 1973 

8 147

Committee Lists,, 1970 

8 148

Abortion Reform Association,, 1969 

8 149

Academy for Contemporary Problems, Columbus, OH,, 1973-1974 

8 150

Action-VISTA, Chicago Office, 1973 

8 151

Ad Hoc Committee on Juvenile Justice,, 1975 

8 152

Ad Hoc Committee on Vandalism, Winnetka, IL,, 1974 

8 153

Aggens, Larry, undated 155. American Assembly,, 1971 

8 154

American Association for Public Opinion Research,, 1975 

8 156

American Farm Bureau Federation,, 1971 

8 157

American Forestry Association,, 1969 

8 158

American Indian Center of Chicago,, 1972 

8 159

American Indian Historical--San Francisco,, 1970 

8 160

Americans for Indian Opportunity, Washington D.C.,, 1971 

8 161

AIP--American Institute of Planners,, 1972 

8 162

Congress on Quality of Life,, 1972 

8 163

American Institute of Architects,, 1972 

8 164

American Petroleum Institute,, undated 

8 165

American Psychological Association,, 1971 

8 166

American Revolution Bicentennial Commission,, 1971-1972 

8 167

American Society of Civil Engineers,, 1972 

8 168

American Society of Planning Officials,, 1973 

9 169

Americans and Others United for Separation of Church and State,, undated 

9 170

Army Corps of Engineer Projects,, 1972-1975 

9 171

Association of Bicycle Commuters,, 1970-1971 

9 172

Association of Illinois Electrical Cooperatives,, 1972 

9 173

Association of Junior Leagues,, 1975 

9 174

Asociacion Nacional Para La Defensa De La Naturaleza,, 1973 

9 175

Association for Voluntary Sterilization,, 1973 

9 176

Audubon Society, 1969-1971 178. Back of the Yards Neighborhood Council,, 1975 

9 177

Bend in the River Council, Eugene, OR,, 1974 

9 179

Between the Tracks Council, Chicago,, 1972 

9 180

Bicentennial, Miscellaneous Stuff,, 1973 

9 181

Black Hills Meeting,, 1974 

9 182

Blue Cross Association,, 1973 

9 183

Board Resumes,, undated 

9 184

Boston Industrial Mission,, 1973 

9 185

The Bread Rapper,, 1975 

9 186

The Brookings Institute,, 1973 

9 187

Brown, Ralph,, 1973 

9 188

Bureau of Land Management News,, 1976 

9 189

Businessmen's Education Fund, LA,, 1970 

9 190

Carolina Population Center,, 1970 

9 191

Casa Central, Chicago (Rev. Daniel Alvarez),, 1972 

9 192

Catholic Charities,, 1974 

9 193

Central for Curriculum Design,, 1970-1973 

9 194

Ciral, Diane, 1975 196. Cochran, Cally,, 1969-1971 

9 195

Cochran, Cally, (Mrs Alexander),, 1975 

9 197

Copeland, Warren,, 1972-1975 

9 198

D'Antonio, William,, 1971-1975 

9 199

Davis, Charles,, 1975-1977 

10 200

Feather, Bryant,, 1974 

10 201

Gifford, Richard, 1975 

10 202

Gonzales, Betty (cf AVS),, 1971-1974 

10 203

Haider, Donald,, undated 

10 204

Halpern, Madeline,, 1977 

10 205

Thomas Houser,, 1975 

10 206

Howorth, Don (Meisterbrau),, 1972 

10 207

Independent Voters of Illinois,, 1972-1973 

10 208

Institute of Urban Affairs, Seattle, WA,, 1973-1974 

10 209

Joint Strategy Action Committee,, 1970-1978 

10 210

Kegan, Lawrence (cf Population Crisis Committee),, 1971-1972 

10 211

Kendall, Correspondence,, 1980 

10 212

The Henry P. Kendall Foundation,, 1971 

10 213

Lamb, Howard, 1972 

10 214

Latimore, Gloria, PhD Northwestern,, 1975 

10 215

Leadership Fort Worth,, 1976 

10 216

Donald Lowitz,, 1974 

10 217

Lund, Leonard (cf Conference Board),, 1973 

10 218

Malone, Janet,, 1975 

10 219

Marien, Micheal,, 1978 

10 220

McCloskey, Michael, (cf Sierra Club),, 1971-1975 

10 221

J Marc McGinnes,, 1971-1972 

10 222

Mental Health Association of Greater Chicago,, 1972 

10 223

Midwest Population Center,, 1970-1978 

10 224

National Council of Jewish Women,, undated 

10 225

National Lawyers Guild of Chicago,, 1972 

10 226

Science Foundation General Correspondence,, 1976-1977 

10 227

NOW, 1971-1972 

10 228

National Service Secretariat,, 1970 

10 229

National Urban League, 1971-1972 231. Northern Illinois Consumer Energy Council,, 1978 

10 230

North Lawndale Economic Development Corporation, 1971-1976 233. Northwest Indiana Open Housing Conference,, 1978 

10 232

NSBE--Northwestern Students For Better Environment,, 1970-1972 

10 234

Paddock, Ray (cf National Congress of American Indians),, 1971-1972 

10 235

G Earl Peace,, 1970-1973 

10 236

Polachek, Susan,, 1976 

10 237

Ronney, George,, 1973 

10 238

Remington, Charles,, 1969-1975 

10 239

Richie, Leroy,, 1972 

11 240

Roeser, Thomas,, 1975 

11 241

Spachner, John,, 1971-1972 

11 242

Stewart, Douglas,, 1972-1973 

11 243

John Straub, 1973 

11 244

Straus, Donald,, 1972-1976 

11 245

Robert Theobald,, 1970-1975 

11 246

Tillmon, Johnie, (cf National Welfare Rights Organization),, 1972-1973 

11 247

Wirtz, Willard,, 1970-1976 

11 248

Zinn, Donald,, 1970-1975 

11 249

Zero Population Growth Correspondence,, 1977 

11 250

United Way Coalitions Committee,, 1981 

11 251

United Way Coalitions Committee, 1981 

11 252

United Way Coalitions Committee Correspondence,, 1982 

12 253

United Way Coalitions Committee Correspondence,, 1982 

12 254

United Way Coalitions Committee Correspondence,, 1978-1980 

12 255

United Way Correspondence,, 1980 

12 256

United Way Correspondence,, 1980 

12 257

How to Write a Proposal,, undated 

12 258

Chicago Pilot Project--Program and Budget,, 1973-1974 

12 259

Chicago Pilot Project, undated 

12 260

Proposal--Preserving Chicago's Neighborhoods,, 1978 

13 261

Proposal--Preserving Chicago's Neighborhoods,, 1978 

13 262

Proposal for a Pilot Project on Criminal Justice at Evanston HS,, undated 

13 263

Originals for Proposal--Building Chicago and its Neighborhoods,, 1981 

13 264

Jobs Proposals,, 1978 

13 265

Miscellaneous Proposals,, 1974 

13 266

Current Proposals,, 1976 

13 267

LEAA Proposal,, 1980 

13 268

Chicago Decisions Proposal,, 1975 

13 269

Miscellaneous Proposals,, 1976 

13 270

Model Cities--Chicago Committee on Urban Opportunity, 1975 

14 271

Projects in the Woodlawn Community Funded by Model Cities/Chicago Committee on Urban Opportunity, 1974 

14 272

Proposal for Chicago's Future: A Model to Enhance Private Sector Leadership and Citizen Participation, 1975 

14 273

Proposal for Chicago's Future, 1975 

14 274

Housing Conference, 1978 

14 275

Preserving Chicago's Neighborhoods, 1977 

14 276

Proposal--A Cross Interest Group Project, 1972 

14 277

Transit Project and Media, 1973 

14 278

Report on Medicine, Health, and Institutional Growth, 1975 

14 279

Mass Transportation Crisis Committee, 1973 

14 280

Mass Transportation Conference, ca 1973 

14 281

NSF Proposals, 1976-1977 

14 282

NSF ANS LWV AAVW Proposal, 1977 

14 283

National Science Foundation, 1977-1980 

14 284

National Science Foundation, Science for Citizens Program, 1975-1977 

14 285

Original Proposals, 1975 

15 286

Original Proposals, 1976 

15 287

Original Proposals, 1976 

15 288

Special Programs, 1973 

15 289

Impact on Revenue Sharing Transcript, 1976 

15 290

Special Programs, Correspondence, Revenue Sharing, 1973 

15 291

Humanities Council Proposal, 1975 

15 292

Miscellaneous, 1974 

15 293

Spanish Language Versions of Proposals, 1975 

16 294

Miscellaneous Criminal Justice, 1974 

16 295

Project to Stimulate Involvement in Crime Reduction, 1976 

16 296

Correspondence Requesting Film Information, 1975 

16 297

Press Releases, Action Fair, 1974 

16 298

Songbook, undated 

16 299

Opening Song, undated 

16 300

December 7 Action Fair, 1974 

16 301

Action Fair Mailing List (Master Label List), 1974 

16 302

Physical Plans for Action Fair, 1974 

16 303

Action Fair, 1974 

16 304

Sample Letters to Law Enforcement Commissions re: Action Fair, 1974 

16 305

Flyer Invitation, 1974 

16 306

Pre-Registration, 1974 

16 307

Sample Kit, 1974 

16 308

Action Fair Participants, 1974 

16 309

Schedule of Workshops, 1974 

16 310

Workshop Moderator Instruction Sheet, 1974 

16 311

Workshop Participants, 1974 

16 312

Feedback Questionnaire, 1974 

17 313

Questionnaire Survey Results, 1974 

17 314

Letter from WTTW, 1974 

17 315

Originals--Avenue to Involvement, and Just for All Leader Handbook, 1974 

17 316

Avenues to Involvement Organization List, 1974 

17 317

Avenues to Involvement--Original Mailing Label List, 1974 

17 318

Citizen Mobilization Committee, 1974 

17 319

Correspondence--And Justice for All, 1974 

17 320

Criminal Justice Drafts and Worksheets, 1974 

17 321

Field Notes and Reports, 1974 

17 322

Background Materials for Film Scripts, undated 

17 323

Film Distribution (And Justice for All), 1974 

17 324

Film Outlines and Schedules, ca 1974 

17 325

Letters of Commendation, 1974 

17 326

And Justice for All, 1974 

17 327

And Justice for All, Parts 1-4, 1974 

18 328

Script, Part 2, 1974 

18 329

Script, Part 3, 1974 

18 330

Script, Part 4, 1974 

18 331

Film List from LEAA, undated 

18 332

Memorandum Chicago Area Film Producers--TRUST, 1975 

18 333

Latino Advisory Committee, 1975 

18 334

Memorandums--Latino Advisory Committee Minutes, 1975 

18 335

Spanish Directory, undated 

18 336

Latino Directory Copy, 1976 

18 337

Original Spanish Directory, 1976 

18 338

Spanish Project Support Letter, 1976 

18 339

Mini-Conference, 1976 

18 340

English/Spanish Scripts 1-4 (Originals), 1975 

18 341

Spanish Scripts, 1975 

19 342

Spanish Script Part 1, 1975 

19 343

Spanish Script Part 1, 1975 

19 344

Spanish Script Part 1, 1975 

19 345

Spanish Script Part 1, 1975 

19 346

Spanish Script Part 1, 1975 

19 347

Spanish Script Part 2, 1975 

19 348

Spanish Script Part 3, 1975 

19 349

Spanish Script Part 3, 1975 

19 350

Spanish Script Part 4, 1975 

20 351

Film Rental Correspondence, 1975-1978 

20 352

List of Community Groups, 1973-1976 

20 353

El Centro de la Causa, Latin American Youth Center, 1976 

20 354

Correspondence with Neighborhood Groups (Salem), 1975-1976 

20 355

TRUST Continuing Grant Application, 1975-1976 

20 356

Concept Paper to ILEC, 1975 

20 357

LEAA Jean, 1974-1980 

20 358

Quarterly Essay Report Forms, LEAA, 1974-1975 

20 359

TRUST Project/ LEAA Correspondence, 1974 

20 360

Action Fair, 1975 

20 361

Consultations, 1974 

20 362

Expenses A/C Paid, 1974 

20 363

Equipment and Moving, 1974-1975 

21 364

Miscellaneous Support, 1974 

21 365

Moore Girls, 1975 

21 366

Office Supplies, Paid, 1974-1975 

21 367

Payroll, 1974 

21 368

Petty Cash, 1975 

21 369

Post Office Receipts, 1974-1975 

21 370

Postage, 1974 

21 371

Project Evaluation, 1976 

21 372

Printing/Publicity and Public Relations, 1974-1975 

21 373

Printing Bills, 1974 

21 374

Rent Paid, 1975 

21 375

Survey Research, 1975 

21 376

Telephone/Xerox Paid, 1974 

21 377

Travel--CJ, 1974-1975 

21 378

Film Expenses/ TV Production, 1974 

21 379

Miscellaneous Documents, 1974 

21 380

Letter to Jean Vittinghoff, 1975 

21 381

LEAA NU Subgrant 1975 

22 382

NU Evaluation Materials, 1975-1976 

22 383

LEAA Supplemental and U of I, 1974-1977 

22 384

Cash Disbursements, 1974-1975 

22 385

Cash Disbursements, COPE, 1974 

22 386

Salaries, 1974 

22 387

Account Items, 1974 

22 388

Summaries, Miscellaneous, 1974-1975 

22 389

Assets, 1975-1976 

22 390

Total Disbursements, 1975-1976 

22 391

Council Disbursement, 1975-1976 

22 392

Bonding, Project Rec Maintenance, Other Costs,, 1976 

22 393

Commodities, Office Supplies,, 1976 

22 394

Commodities, Postage, and Mailing,, 1976 

22 395

Commodities, Printing and Publicity,, 1976 

22 396

ILEC,, 1975-1972 

23 397

Correspondence, ILEC Grants,, 1975 

23 398

ILEC Progress Reports,, 1975-1976 

23 399

TRUST/ILEC Quarterly Reports,, 1975 

23 400

TRUST-CCCC JC,, 1974 

23 401

TRUST-Final Application Forms and Budget,, 1975 

23 402

ILEC Grant 1709 Correspondence, 1974-1975 

23 403

Correspondence, ILEC, 1975-1976 

24 404

Bids--TRUST, 1975 

24 405

Budget Item Expense Record Sheets, 1975-1976 

24 406

Consultant, 1975 

24 407

Equipment, 1975-1976 

24 408

Equipment Inventory with Vouchers, 1975-1977 

24 409

Film Contracts, Clay Timon (Spanish), 1976 

24 410

Fringe Benefits, 1976 

24 411

Fund Requests, Fiscal Reports and Funds Received, 1975 

24 412

Harris Loan, 1975 

24 413

Henry Typewriter, 1975 

24 414

Miscellaneous, 1975 

24 415

Office Supplies, 1975-1976 

24 416

Rent and Utilities, 1975-1976 

24 417

Site Rentals, Bonding, and Other Costs, 1974-1977 

24 418

Personnel Services, 1975-1976 

24 419

Printing and Publicity, 1975-1976 

24 420

Postage and Mailing, 1975 

24 421

Projector Rentals, 1975 

24 422

Telephone, 1975 

24 423

House Judiciary Committee Testimonies--Juvenile and Criminal Justice, 1975 

24 424

Illinois Legislature Proposal, 1974 

24 425

Initial Meeting, March 1974 

24 426

Interactive Media--Kulakow, 1973 

25 427

Interactive Media Study, 1973 

25 428

Issue Identification and Content Development Committee, 1974 

25 429

Masters--Criminal Justice Mailing List, undated 

25 430

Newspaper Articles, 1974 

25 431

Organizations Participating in TRUST project, 1974 

25 432

Originals--Criminal Justice, ca 1978 

25 433

People to People Project on Criminal Justice, undated 

25 434

Criminal Justice Project Preliminary Questionnaires, undated 

25 435

Questionnaire One--Includes Cover Letter and Mailing List, 1974 

25 436

Criminal Justice Questionnaire--Returned, undated 

25 437

Criminal Justice Questionnaire Two, undated 

25 438

Results of Feedback and Questionnaire, undated 

25 439

Viewer Discussion Group Training Kit, 1974 

25 440

Sample Letter to Village Officials, undated 

25 441

Viewing and Discussion Group Pointers to Discussion Leaders, undated 

25 442

TRUST--Questionnaire for First Viewer Discussion Group, undated 

25 443

TRUST--Questionnaire--Second Viewer Discussion Group, undated 

25 444

TRUST--Questionnaire--Third Viewer Discussion Group, undated 

25 445

TRUST--Questionnaire for Fourth Viewer Discussion Group, undated 

26 446

Program Evaluation, Questionnaires, undated 

26 447

Viewer Discussion Groups, ca 1974 

26 448

Action Fair Questionnaire, undated 

26 449

Feedback Questionnaires from Project 213, undated 

26 450

Film Preview Evaluations, 1974 

26 451

Group Leader Information Sheets, ca 1974 

26 452

Coordinator's Work Sheets, undated 

26 453

Trust Discussion Group, Spanish Questionnaires, undated 

26 454

Outreach--Training and Resource Material, 1974-1975 

26 455

Outreach Contacts, 1975 

26 456

Completed Film Report Sheet, 1975 

26 457

Outreach Evaluation Reports, 1975-1976 

26 458

Staff Comments on Criminal Justice System, undated 

26 459

What the Experts Tell Us, undated 

26 460

Criminal Justice Project Brochure, Who Can You Trust, undated 

27 461

Who's Who in the TRUST Project on Criminal Justice, 1974 

27 462

Loose Philanthropy Material, 1980 

27 463

Loose Philanthropy Material, 1979-1980 

27 464

Materials on Philanthropy, 1979 

27 465

United Way, Milwaukee, 1978 

27 466

Meeting, 6 August 1978 

27 467

United Way, 1979 

27 468

United Way Supplement to DICIP Report, 1980 

27 469

Developing Individuals and Communities in Partnership (DICIP) One Page 

27 470

Report, 1980 

Box Folder

Implementation, 1980 

27 471

Developing Individuals and Communities in Partnership, 1980 

27 472

Developing Individuals and Communities in Partnership--Final Draft, 1980 

27 473

Redemption of Sales Tax, 1980 

27 474

Access to United Way, 1980 

27 475

Developing Individuals and Communities in Partnership, Edited Out, 1980 

28 476

United Way Special Report, Early Draft, 1980 

28 477

Obstacles DCIP--Initial Responses and Analysis, 1980 

28 478

Thrasher--Joint Proposal to MacArthur, 1980 

28 479

Philanthropy--Draft Report, undated 

28 480

Coalition Process to United Way, 1980 

28 481

Community Renewal Society, undated 

28 482

Community Renewal Society--Unemployment in the City that Works, 1980 

28 483

Community Renewal Society Census--Neighborhoods, 1980 

28 484

National Committee for a Responsible Philanthropy, 1978 

28 485

Correspondence and Information on Neighborhood Organizations and Philanthropy, undated 

28 486

Community Organization Information, 1980 

28 487

Philanthropy Committee Material, undated 

28 488

Joint Response of Assisting Agencies to United Way Community Allocation, 

28 489

1980 

Box Folder

Philanthropy Report, Revised Report, undated 

28 490

Chicago Contributions Group, undated 

28 491

DICIP--Listed Participants, 1980 

28 492

DICIP--Notes on Sessions, 1980 

28 493

DICIP--Notes, 1980 

28 494

Interviews. 1980 

28 495

DICIP--Copies of Votes and Letter, 1980 

28 496

Materials on Neighborhood Drafts, 1980 

28 497

Philanthropy Study Committee--DICIP, 1980 

28 498

Mailing and Phone Lists, undated 

28 499

Philanthropy, Final Copy, ca 1980 

28 500

Community Based Organizations and the United Way--Revised Draft, 1980 

29 501

Joint Urban Ventures Material, 1980 

29 502

United Way Report Material, 1980 

29 503

Community Action and the United Way Report Materials, 1980 

29 504

Stimulating Joint Urban Ventures, 1980 

29 505

Materials, 1979-1980 

29 506

Additional Community Organization Materials, 1980 

29 507

Material on TRUST's Neighborhood Agenda, 1978 

29 508

Material on DICIP, 1979-1980 

30 509

United Way Report on Neighborhood Development Needs Assessment Panel, 1980 

30 510

Presentations Before Small Groups, 1980 

30 511

Effects of Various Agenda on Poor People, 1974-1980 

30 512

Technical Assistance Information, 1981 

30 513

Federal Government, Funding, Neighborhood Program, Regulations, 1980-1981 

30 514

Lists of Small Businesses, 1980 

30 515

Foundations, 1980-1981 

30 516

Foundations Health Social Cuts Effects, 1980 

30 517

Loose Allocations Committee Material, 1980 

30 518

United Way--Philanthropy and Economic Development, 1979-1980 

30 519

Rough Drafts, Personal Notes and Personal Correspondence of TRUST Staff, 1980 

30 520

Donors Forum, 1974-1979 

30 521

Analysis of Chicago's Philanthropic Monies, 1979-1981 

30 522

National Committee for Responsible Philanthropy, Fundraising, 1979-1981 

30 523

Proposed Wingspread Conference, 1980 

31 524

Rules, Regulations Neighborhood Investment Act, 1981 

31 525

Related Conferences, Workshops, Seminars, 1980-1981 

31 526

Press Coverage of Philanthropy Report, 1981-1982 

31 527

Financing Community Organizations, 1978 

31 528

City Contacts, 1979 

31 529

Joanie--CEDA Stuff from DCICP, 1978 

31 530

PAC CETA Manuscripts, 1979-1980 

31 531

U-Way Reports--Joint, TRUST, 1980 

31 532

Year VI CD Plan, 1980 

31 533

Industrial Development Authority Act, undated 

31 534

Meeting of the Minds, 1983 

31 535

Mailing Lists for Meeting of Minds, 1982-1983 

31 536

Philanthropy Tasks, undated 

31 537

Checks for Meeting of Minds, 1982-1983 

31 538

SIF Workshops, 1982 

31 539

Mailing to CBO's and Donors, undated 

31 540

Marketing, 1982 

31 541

News on Private and Public Partnerships, 1982 

31 542

Mailing Lists, Catholic Charities, 1982 

31 543

Mailings of Philanthropy Studies, 1982 

31 544

Solicitation-Implementation of Urban Planning Departments, undated 

31 545

MOM Questions, 1983 

31 546

Meeting of Minds Follow-Up Information, undated 

31 547

Creative Community Project Award Information, 1982 

31 548

Media Coverage--Philanthropy, 1982 

32 549

Corporate Responsibility, 1982 

32 550

Neighborhood Control, undated 

32 551

Funding Realities Conference, 1982 

32 552

Philanthropy Labels, 1979 

32 553

Evaluation Forms, 1982 

32 554

Illinois Industrial Development Authority, 1981 

32 555

Recs, 1980 

32 556

Originals or Forms for Meeting of Minds, undated 

32 557

Working Information, 1982 

32 558

Philanthropy Flyer, undated 

32 559

Philanthropy Feedback Standard Information Form, 1982 

32 560

Marketing Philanthropy Studies, 1981 

32 561

Articles, General, 1976 

32 562

BO Directories, 1981-1982 

32 563

Philanthropy Study, 1980 

32 564

Loose Philanthropy Material, 1980 

33 565

Task Force I Responses, 1981 

33 566

United Way/Donor Option, 1982 

33 567

United Way Special Report, 1980 

33 568

Task Force Four, Members, Memos, 1980-1981 

33 569

Act Working Draft, 1980-1981 

33 570

Compendium of State Program, undated 

33 571

UW Application Process for Chicago and Milwaukee, 1980 

33 572

Minnesota Council on Foundations, 1980-1982 

33 573

Philanthropy, 1980-1982 

33 574

Background Information--city Agencies to Facilitate Public and Private Partnerships, 1982 

33 575

Local Economic Development-Leveraging, 1980 

34 576

Donors Forum Organization File Questionnaire, 1980 

34 577

Volunteerism, undated 

34 578

Public-Private Partnerships CED Report, 1982 

34 579

Draft Materials--Meeting, 1981 

34 580

. Articles on Philanthropy, 1978-1980 

34 581

. Articles on Philanthropy, 1980-1982 

34 581

Indirect Costs Two--Complementary Readings, 1980 

34 582

Standard Information Form, 1981 

34 583

Neighborhood Study Group Material, 1981 

34 584

Coalition for Access to United Way, 1979-1981 

34 585

. Task Force Two, 1981 

34 586

. Task Force Two, 1980-1981 

34 586

Update for Janet on Task Forces, 1980-1981 

35 587

Task Force Two Minutes, Correspondence, and Funding, 1980-1981 

35 588

Philanthropy I and II Study Committee Notes, 1978-1980 

35 589

ETA's TA and Training Report, 1979 

35 590

Material on Developing Individuals and Communities in Partnership, 1979-1980 

35 591

Managing the Urban Dollar Information, 1975 

35 592

Illustrations for Managing Chicago's Urban Dollar, 1974 

35 593

Master Copies, 1976 

35 594

Managing the Urban Dollar, Bills, 1976 

36 595

Managing the Urban Dollar Fiscal Year 1977 

36 596

Managing the Urban Dollar Books Sold, 1976-1977 

36 597

Managing the Urban Dollar Proposal Draft, undated 

36 598

American Issues Forum Correspondence, 1976 

36 599

Proposal-American Issues Forum, undated 

36 600

Correspondence-Managing the Urban Dollar, 1976 

36 601

Managing the Urban Dollar Planning Group and Correspondence Information, 1976 

36 602

Managing the Urban Dollar Information, Correspondence, and Planning Group, 1976 

36 603

Managing the Urban Dollar Brochure, undated 

36 604

Managing the Urban Dollar Resource Material, 1976 

36 605

Managing the Urban Dollar Special Meeting, 1976 

37 606

Managing the Urban Dollar Media Reception Participant, 1976 

37 607

Managing the Urban Dollar Colloquium Participants, undated 

37 608

Managing the Urban Dollar-Articles, 1976 

37 609

New York City-Articles, 1976 

37 610

AIF Resource Information, 1975-1976 

37 611

Managing the Urban Dollar Resource Material, 1976 

37 612

Managing the Urban Dollar Newspaper Clippings, 1976-1977 

37 613

Managing the Urban Dollar College Mailing List, 1976 

37 614

Managing the Urban Dollar Book, Complementary Copies, 1977 

37 615

Managing the Urban Dollar Books Sold, 1976-1978 

37 616

CETA Project, 1980 

37 617

CETA Job Project, 1978-1980 

37 618

Community Development, 1978 

38 619

Grant-State, 1979 

38 620

Grant Proposals, 1980 

38 621

Jobs Study Committee, 1979 

38 622

Jobs Study Committee, 1979 

38 623

Jobs Study Committee, 1979 

38 624

Jobs-Humanist Perspective, 1978 

38 625

Job Study Correspondence, 1979-1980 

38 626

Jobs Study Committee Meeting, 1980 

38 627

Letters to Officials, 1980 

38 628

Jobs Committee, 1977-1980 

38 629

Newspaper Clippings, 1979 

38 630

Job Creation Project Proposal and Guidelines, 1979-1980 

38 631

Subgrant, Appropriate Technology, 1980 

38 632

Subgrant, Legal Analysis, 1980 

39 633

Levine's Log and Lies, 1980 

39 634

TRUST INC, Jobs Study Committee Minutes and Reports, 1979 

39 635

Jobs Study Committee--TRUST, 1979 

39 636

CETA II (Orders), 1980-1981 

39 637

Linked Deposits, 1979 

39 638

Industrial Revitalization, 1979-1980 

39 639

CETA VII, 1976-1980 

39 640

CETA--Youth Jobs, 1977-1979 

39 641

Jobs Before Hiring Information, 1978-1979 

39 642

CETA VII, 1978-1979 

39 643

CETA VII, 1969-1979 

39 644

CETA VII, 1979 

40 645

CETA VII, 1978-1979 

40 646

CETA II, Further Correspondence, 1980 

40 647

CETA II--Exemptory Project Suggested for Analysis, 1980 

40 648

CETA II--Possible Site Visits, 1980-1981 

40 649

CETA/Ed Demo Projects, 1979-1981 

40 650

Responses to Second Mailing, 1980 

40 651

ERIC Search, 1980 

40 652

Lee London/Evaluation of Work Plan, 1981 

40 653

Education for Work Linkage News, 1981 

40 654

CETA/Higher Education Linkage Newsletter, 1982 

40 655

Ideas for Action in Education and Work, 1981 

40 656

Loose Youth Employment and Neighborhoods Material, 1979 

40 657

Metropolitan Housing Development Corporation, undated 

40 658

Housing Construction in the Suburbs and Housing Demand and Prices in the Inner City, 1976 

40 659

Housing Committee Information, 1977 

40 660

TRUST Housing Conservation Study Findings, 1977 

40 661

Afro-American Patrolmen's League, 1974 

40 662

Allied Arts Corporation, 1975-1976 

41 663

"Environmental Quality" Report from Battelle Memorial Institute, 1970 

41 664

Borg-Warner Corporation Program File, F. McLendon, 1973 

41 665

Center for Growth Alternatives, 1975-1976 

41 666

Center for Law and Social Policy, Washington, DC, 1972 

41 667

Center for a Voluntary Society, 1971 

41 668

Century Three Foundation, 1972-1976 

41 669

Center for Intercultural Documentation in Cuernavace, 1974-1975 

41 670

Center for Metropolitan Studies, Washington, DC, 1972-1973 

41 671

Center for Responsive Technology, 1975 

41 672

Center for Science in the Public Interest, 1971 

41 673

Center for Urban Ethnic Affairs, 1971 

41 674

Chamber of Commerce of the US, 1971-1972 

41 675

Chicago Association of Neighborhood Development Organizations (CANDO), 1979 

41 676

Chicago Cable TV Coalition, 1971-1973 

41 677

Chicago Campaign for Human Development, 1976 

41 678

Chicago Journalism Review, 1974-1975 

41 679

Chicago Tribune Report on Police Bias, 1976 

41 680

Chicago Urban Corps, 1973-1974 

41 681

Children's March for Survival, 1972 

41 682

Choices for '76 Materials, 1973 

41 683

City Club of Chicago, 1970 

41 684

Citizen Involvement Conference, 1974 

41 685

Clean Air Coordinating Committee, 1972-1973 

41 686

Church Women United Family Center, 1975 

41 687

Coalition for a National Population Policy, 1971 

41 688

Coalition on National Priorities and Military Spending, 1972 

41 689

Coalition of Political Honesty, 1976 

41 690

Coalition for Population Year, Washington, DC, 1974 

41 691

Colorado Institute on Population Problems, 1969 

41 692

Committee for the Future, 1972-1973 

42 693

Committee for the Future, 1974 

42 694

Committee for Nuclear Responsibility, 1972 

42 695

Committee on Economic Development, 1971 

42 696

Committee on Lake Michigan Pollution, 1971-1972 

42 697

Committee on Illinois Government, 1971 

42 698

Common Cause, 1971 

42 699

Commission for the Advancement of Public Interest Organizations, undated 

42 700

Community One--Twin Cities, 1973 

42 701

Community Pediatric Society, undated 

42 702

Community Education on Law and Justice, 1974 

42 703

Computer-Based Education Research Lab, 1973 

42 704

Community Programs, Inc, 1974 

42 705

Community Services and Research Corporation, undated 

42 706

Consumers Federation of Illinois, 1973 

42 707

Consumer Interests Foundation, 1972 

42 708

Constitutional Rights Foundation, 1975 

42 709

COPE, 1973 

42 710

Corporate Responsibility Newsletter, undated 

42 711

Earth Awareness Foundation, 1972 

42 712

Earth Force, 1970 

42 713

East West Center (Honolulu Technology Development Institution), 1972 

42 714

Ecology Action Educational Institute, undated 

42 715

Ecology Center Communications Council, undated 

42 716

Ecological Society of America, 1971 

42 717

Economic Development Legislation, 1981 

43 718

Council on Economic Priorities, 1973 

43 719

Council for Policy Evaluation (Harvard Law School), 1971 

43 720

Council on Environmental Quality, 1972 

43 721

Council on Working Life (Roman Catholic), 1972 

43 722

Court Practice Institute, undated 

43 723

Defenders of the Fox River, Inc, 1970 

43 724

Democratic Futures Forum, 1974 

43 725

Downs, Anthony, 1974 

43 726

ECOS, Chapel Hill, 1970 

43 727

Ecumenical Institute Materials, 1971-1972 

43 728

Editorials, 1983-1985 

43 729

Policy Project, 1973 

43 730

Environment, 1970 

43 731

Environmental Action, 1971-1973 

43 732

Environmental Action, 1970-1971 

43 733

Environmental Action Coalition, 1970 

43 734

Environmental Briefing Service, HEW Proposal, 1971 

43 735

Roderick A Cameron, Executive Director Environmental Defense Fund, 1970 

43 736

Envirco, Inc, ca 1971 

43 737

Environmental Education Group, California Foundation, undated 

43 738

Environmental Facts, 1972 

43 739

Environmental Information Service, ca 1972 

43 740

Environmental Quality Magazine, 1972 

43 741

Environmental Resources, Inc, undated 

43 742

Environmental Teach In, 1970 

43 743

Encyclopedia of Asoociations, 1975 

43 744

EPA Citizen's Bulletin, 1974 

43 745

Episcopal, 1972 

43 746

EPOCH--Peoples Opinion Clearing House, 1972 

43 747

Experimental Cities, 1972-1973 

43 748

Expo, 1974 

43 749

Federation of American Scientists, 1975 

43 750

Federal Trade Commission, 1972 

43 751

Federalism Seventy-Six, 1974 

43 752

Firman House Community Services, 1972 

44 753

Freedom From Hunger Foundation, 1969 

44 754

Freedom of Information Clearinghouse, undated 

44 755

Futures Conditional, 1974 

44 756

General RE Woods Boys Club, 1976 

44 757

General Service Foundation, 1974 

44 758

Geochemical Corporation, Waste Disposal Techniques, undated 

44 759

Handicapped, 1975 

44 760

Congress of the Organizations of Physically Handicapped, 1972 

44 761

Health Education Institute, Inc, 1972-1973 

44 762

National Health Planning and Resource Development Act, 1974 

44 763

Hartford Construction Company, 1972 

44 764

House Bill 199, 1975-1976 

44 765

Illinois Committee on Health Security, 1975 

44 766

Illinois Department of Local Government Affairs, 1972-1977 

44 767

Illinois Land Use Committee, 1975 

44 768

Institute of Urban Affairs, undated 

44 769

Jacksonville Council on Citizen Involvement, 1975 

44 770

Japanese Groups-TV Stations, 1973 

44 771

Junior League of Evanston, 1974 

44 772

Proposed Joint by Community Organizations, 1980 

44 773

Land-Use Newsletter, 1974-1975 

44 774

LEAA Correspondence, 1975 

44 775

LEAA Newsletter and Miscellany, 1975 

44 776

Limits to Growth '75, 1975 

44 777

Miscellaneous Material, 1973-1974 

44 778

Malthus Medal, 1970 

44 779

Marquette Park Joint Action Board, 1976 

44 780

New York Regional Plan Association, 1975 

44 781

Senator Percy, 1977 

44 782

Planned Parenthood, 1972-1978 

45 783

Prudential Insurance, 1978 

45 784

Puget Sound Coalition, 1976 

45 785

Public Interest Research Group, 1971-1974 

45 786

Regional Citizens--Detroit, Wayne County, 1975 

45 787

Miscellaneous, 1978 

45 788

Science and Public Affairs, Atomic Scientists Bulletin, 1973 

45 789

Seattle Residential Loan Review, 1976 

45 790

Senate Bill SBI, 1975 

45 791

South Shore Neighborhood, 1978 

45 792

Southern Christian Leadership Conference, 1971 

45 793

State of Illinois SB 32, 1975 

45 794

State Treasurer's Office, Jobs Study Implementation, 1980 

45 795

Survey Research, 1975-1978 

45 796

SQUIBB Corporation, 1974 

45 797

United States League of Savings Association, 1977 

45 798

United Steel Workers of America, 1971-1972 

45 799

Urban Agriculture (RERC), 1978 

45 800

War on Crime, 1974 

45 801

Walter Weisskopf, 1971 

45 802

The White House, 1978 

45 803

The Woodlawn Organization (TWO), 1978 

45 804

Cabrini Green Legal Aid Clinic Advisory Committee, 1982-1984 

46 805

Women's National Conference on Nuclear War, 1984 

46 806

Loose Awards Material, 1979-1980 

46 807

Organization of the North East (ONE), 1980 

46 808

Austin Shock Historical Association, 1980 

46 809

Chicago Sunday Evening Cards, 1984-1985 

46 810

Women Executives Network, 1980-1984 

46 811

Women in Charge, 1984-1985 

46 812

Addams, Jane--Conference on Peace and National Security, 1983-1984 

46 813

Jane Addams Conference on Security in the Nuclear Age, 1984 

46 814

Anti-Nuclear Organizations, 1983 

46 815

Chicago Council on Foreign Relations, 1984 

46 816

Arts Groups, 1977-1983 

46 817

Executive Service Corps Project LIFE, 1985 

47 818

Citizens for a Better Environment, 1982-1984 

47 819

Center for the Great Lakes-Joyce Foundation, 1982 

47 820

Center for Neighborhood Technology, 1983-1984 

47 821

Peace Organizations, 1983-1984 

47 822

Edgewater Community Council-Operation Lakewater, 1983 

47 823

ETA Creative Arts Foundation, 1984 

47 824

Family Focus, 1985 

47 825

The Freeze, 1982-1983 

47 826

Geese Theater Company, 1983-1984 

47 827

Illinois Environmental Consensus Forum, 1982-1983 

47 828

LaSalle Church Arts Related Projects, 1983 

47 829

Lake Michigan Federation, 1984 

47 830

Remains Theatre, 1984 

47 831

The Forum Institute, 1983 

47 832

Vermont National Resources Council, 1981-1984 

47 833

Water Project Center for Urban Affairs-NU, 1983-1985 

48 834

Council on Foundations, 1982 

48 835

Missouri Botanical Gardens, ca 1983 

48 836

MIT Arms Control Project, 1983 

48 837

Forum Institute, 1983 

48 838

General Service Foundation, 1980 

48 839

General Service Foundation, 1983 

48 840

General Service Foundation, 1982 

48 841

General Service Foundation-Report of President and Treasurer, 1982 

48 842

General Service Foundation-Annual Report, 1982 

48 843

General Service Foundation-Report of President and Treasurer, 1983 

48 844

General Service Foundation-Annual Report, 1983 

48 845

General Service Foundation-Annual Meeting of Directors, 1983 

48 846

General Service Foundation-Report of President and Treasurer, 1984 

48 847

General Service Foundation-Annual Report, 1984 

49 848

General Service Foundation-Special Directors' Meeting, 1984 

49 849

General Service Foundation--Special Directors' Meeting, 1984 

49 850

General Service Foundation-Special Directors' Meeting, 1985 

49 851

General Service Foundation, 1980-1985 

49 852

Small Business Information, 1981 

49 853

White House Conference on Small Business, 1980 

49 854

Massachusetts Conference on Small Business, undated 

49 855

Wisconsin Small Business Conference, undated 

49 856

Twenty-Seventh World Congress International Council for Small Business, 1982 

49 857

State Small Business Initiatives 3rd National Conference, 1981-1982 

50 858

Creative Use of Financial Incentives, 1981 

50 859

2nd Illinois Conference on Small Business, 1981 

50 860

Illinois Conference on Small Business, 1980-1981 

50 861

Midwest Small Business Administration Meeting, 1982 

50 862

Community Development Programs, undated 

50 863

Profiles of Chicago Communities and Organizations, 1981 

50 864

Survey from Illinois Business Conference, 1981 

50 865

Regional Planning Agencies Survey, 1982 

50 866

Institutions of Higher Learning, 1982 

50 867

Survey-Private Industry Councils Balance of State/CETA, 1982 

50 868

University Responses, 1982 

50 869

Small Business Locations in Illinois, undated 

51 870

Small Business and Economic Development, 1980 

51 871

Notes to Type-Up/Dictation, 1981-1982 

51 872

Private Industry Council, Kansas City, 1982 

51 873

Labor Training, 1982 

51 874

Pension Funds, 1982 

51 875

Spivey-Report to Governor, 1980 

51 876

Small/Medium Scale Co-Venturing-Technology Transfer, 1979 

51 877

Minnesota Model-Small Business Trainers,, 1982 

51 878

Local Development Corporations, 1982 

51 879

Legislation, 1980 

51 880

Lester Salamon/ Urban Institute, 1982 

51 881

Regional Planning Commissions, 1982 

52 882

South Central Planning Commission, ca 1980 

52 883

Illinois Chamber of Commerce, 1982 

52 884

College of Lake County, 1982 

52 885

DePaul, 1982 

52 886

Elgin Community College, 1982 

52 887

Elmhurst College, 1981-1982 

52 888

Entrepreneurship Education Center for Venture Management, 1979 

52 889

Illinois Central College, undated 

52 890

IIT Research Institute, 1982 

52 891

Illinois Management Training Institute, 1982 

52 892

Joliet Junior College, 1982 

52 893

Lakeland College, 1981-1982 

52 894

Lincoln College, 981 

52 895

Lincoln Land Community College, 1981-1982 

52 896

Minority Business Information Center, undated 

52 897

Mundelein College, 1982 

52 898

National Community College, Small Business Network, 1981-1982 

52 899

Northern Illinois University, 1982 

52 900

Northern Illinois University, 1982 

52 901

Northwestern Illinois University, 1982 

52 902

Prairie State College, 1982 

52 903

Rend Lake College, 1981-1982 

52 904

Richland Community College, 1982 

52 905

Rock Valley College, 1981 

52 906

Sangamon State University, 1981-1982 

52 907

Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville, 1982 

52 908

Triton College, 1982 

52 909

University of Illinois-Urbana, 1982 

52 910

Waubonsee Community College, 1981-1982 

52 911

Profiles of Community Action Program and Neighborhood Self-Help, 1977 

52 912

Procurement, 1982 

53 913

Regulations, 1981-1982 

53 914

Venture Capital, 1982 

53 915

Regulatory Flexibility SB546, 1981 

53 916

Federal Legislation Regarding Small Business, 1981 

53 917

IRS Ruling 81-216, Interest on ID Bonds, 1981 

53 918

Chicago, 1978-1980 

53 919

Wall Street Journal, 1981-1982 

53 920

HUD Funding Sources for Neighborhood Groups, 1980 

53 921

CETA, 1980-1981 

53 922

Youth, 1980 

53 923

Newspaper and Magazine Articles on Small Business, 1981-1982 

53 924

Inter-American Foundation Annual Report, 1980 

53 925

Public Hospitals, Especially Cook County (1), 1980 

54 926

Public Hospitals, Especially Cook County (2), 1972-1982 

54 927

Neighborhood Investments-Lending Institutions, 1979 

54 928

Financing SBICS NASBIC, 1981-1982 

54 929

Industrial Revenue Bonds, 1981-1982 

54 930

Loan Loss Reserve Programs, undated 

54 931

Philanthropy and Latino Communities, 1980-1982 

54 932

Crime and the Deterioration of Urban Neighborhoods, 1978-1980 

54 933

Women, 1979-1980 

54 934

Newsletters-National Neighborhoods, 1980 

55 935

Neighborhood Summaries of Neighborhoods (NORC), 1980 

55 936

Neighborhoods in Transition "Changing Neighborhoo, " 1979-1980 

55 937

Crime and Law Enforcement, 1980 

55 938

Papers on Neighborhoods, 1980-1981 

55 939

Information for Philanthropy Strategy, 1982 

55 940

Philanthropy Background Information, 1980 

55 941

Economic Development Acts-EDA, 1981 

55 942

Urban Development Action Grant (UDAG), 1979 

55 943

Neighborhood Assistance Act--Other States, 1980 

56 944

TA Providers, 1982 

56 945

Department of Commerce--Export Businesses, 1982 

56 946

Illinois Small Business Growth Corps, 1980-1982 

56 947

IDDCA, Monthly Illinois Economic Report, 1982 

56 948

Chicago Economic Development Commission, undated 

56 949

IDCCA Office of Minority Business Enterprise, 1982 

56 950

New Minority Business Enterprises Development, 1982 

56 951

National Council on Urban Economic Development Legislative Report, 1982 

56 952

National Council on Urban Economic Development, 1981 

56 953

National Development Council, 1982 

56 954

IDDCA Small Business, 1981 

56 955

The Entrepreneurship Institute Project Need It, 1982 

56 956

West-Town Economic Development Corporation, undated 

56 957

University of Illinois, Chicago Campus, 1981 

57 958

Technology TA Research--University Related Programs, 1982 

57 959

Small Entrepreneurial Enterprise Centers, 1982 

57 960

Small Business United, 1982 

57 961

Small Business Administration, 1977-1982 

57 962

Associated Employees of Illinois, 1981 

57 963

Miscellaneous Consultants, 1982 

57 964

PSIP Information Program--Job Finding Club, 1982 

57 965

Midwest Trade Adjustment Assistance, 1981 

57 966

Illinois Industrial Development Finance Corporation, 1982 

57 967

Illinois State of Commerce, 1978-1982 

57 968

Education/CETA Linage-Illinois State Board of Education, undated 

57 969

Labels--Follow-up Questions, 1981 

57 970

CETA II--Mailing List Index, undated 

57 971

Project Advisory Committee Ideas, 1980 

57 972

CETA/ED Consort NGA, 1980-1981 

57 973

National Science Foundation, 1979 

57 974

Filer Commission, 1975 

57 975

Corporate Social Responsibility and Strategy, 1980 

57 976

Belden Daniels and Nancy Barbe, "Development Finance: New England Experience Reconsidere, " 1981 

57 977

Initiatives for Small Business, 1979 

57 978

Business Information Centers, 1979 

57 979

CETA, 1979-1980 

57 980

Ed Vouchering, 1979 

57 981

Texas, 1979 

57 982

Chicago Data, 1981 

58 983

Manpower--Argus, 1981-1982 

58 984

Data on Illinois Small Business, 1982 

58 985

Rous Task Force--Small Business and Community Based Economic Development, 1981-1982 

58 986

Control Data Corporation (1), 1981 

58 987

Control Data Corporation, 1981-1982 

58 988

SW Center for Human Relations Studies, 1981 

58 989

Education Development Center, 1980 

58 990

SBA Loan Program, 1981 

59 991

Employment and Neighborhood Investment, 1976-1980 

59 992

Housing Material, 1978 

59 993

Community Reinvestment Act, 1978-1979 

59 994

Neighborhood Information, 1980-1981 

59 995

Development Rehab Conference, 1980 

59 996

Neighborhood Development, 1978-1979 

59 997

Senate Bills 613 and 614 (Endorsements), 1981 

59 998

Washington, DC, 1981 

59 999

DC Street Academy, 1978-1980 

59 1000

DC II, 1980 

59 1001

EIV, 1981 

59 1002

Arkansas, 1981 

59 1003

Arizona, undated 

59 1004

Colorado, 1980 

59 1005

Connecticut, 1979 

59 1006

Florida, 1980-1981 

60 1007

Atlanta, 1979 

60 1008

Hawaii, 1981 

60 1009

Idaho, 1980-1981 

60 1010

Illinois, 1980-1981 

60 1011

Chicago, 1980 

60 1012

Indiana, 1980 

60 1013

Kansas, 1980 

60 1014

Kentucky, 1980 

60 1015

Louisiana, undated 

60 1016

Maine, 1981 

60 1017

Maryland, 1980 

60 1018

Massachusetts, 1980 

60 1019

Michigan, 1980 

60 1020

Detroit, 1980 

60 1021

Minnesota, 1980 

60 1022

Mississippi, 1981 

60 1023

Missouri, 1980 

60 1024

Montana, 1981 

60 1025

Nevada, 1980 

60 1026

Nebraska, 1980 

60 1027

New Jersey, 1980 

60 1028

New Mexico, 1980 

60 1029

New York, 1980 

60 1030

North Carolina, 1981 

60 1031

North Carolina II, 1980 

60 1032

Ohio, 1980-1981 

60 1033

Cleveland, 1976-1980 

60 1034

Pennsylvania, 1980 

60 1035

Philadelphia, 1980-1981 

60 1036

Rhode Island, 1980 

61 1037

South Carolina, 1980 

61 1038

Tennessee, 1980-1981 

61 1039

Texas, 1980 

61 1040

Utah, 1981 

61 1041

Virginia, 1980 

61 1042

Vermont, 1980-1981 

61 1043

Washington State, undated 

61 1044

Wisconsin, 1980 

61 1045

PAC Minutes, 1980 

61 1046

SEMCAC, 1981 

61 1047

DCCA number 2, 1980-1981 

61 1048

Review and Recs, 1980 

61 1049

Training Inc, 1979-1981 

61 1050

Black Hawk College, 1980-1981 

61 1051

Black Hawk College, 1980 

61 1052

College of DuPage Project SOAR, 1981 

61 1053

Martha O'Malley, Education/CETA Linkages, 1980 

61 1054

OIC in Washington, 1980-1981 

61 1055

The Prometheans Inc, 1980-1981 

62 1056

Youth Employment Training Program, 1981 

62 1057

Community Self-Help Coop Inc, 1981 

62 1058

CETA II, Solar Energy Project, 1980-1981 

62 1059

Nebraska Department of Education, 1980 

62 1060

Vermont, ETA Linkage Project, 1980-1981 

62 1061

Michigan, 1980 

62 1062

Wisconsin, 1981 

62 1063

Rock County, Wisconsin, 1981 

62 1064

White Bear Lake, MN, 1981 

62 1065

Seymour School District, Wisconsin, 1980-1981 

62 1066

Track II, MN, 1980 

62 1067

Hennepin, MN, 1980 

62 1068

Austin, MN, 1978-1980 

62 1069

Various Ohio Schools, 1980 

62 1070

Ohio State University, 1981 

62 1071

Ohio Bureau of Employment Services, 1980 

62 1072

Northwest Regional Educational Laboratory, 1980-1981 

62 1073

Private Sector Education Roundtable, 1979 

62 1074

Employment/Education Ephemera, 1980 

62 1075

Minnesota Department of Economic Security, 1981 

63 1076

East Range Alternative School Program, VA, 1981 

63 1077

Carters Youth Jobs Initiative, 1980 

63 1078

CETA Legislation, 1979 

63 1079

ADVOCAP Supported Work Program, Wisconsin, 1980 

63 1080

Alternative and Worksite Education Act of 1980, 1980 

63 1081

David L Birch Job Generation Process, 1979 

63 1082

RTA Citizens Committee, Speakers Bureau, 1974 

63 1083

RTA Information from Chicago Public Television, 1975 

63 1084

RTA Speakers Bureau Placed-Completed, 1974 

63 1085

RTA Speakers Bureau Placed-Completed, 1974 

63 1086

RTA, 1973 

63 1087

RTA, 1973 

63 1088

Miscellaneous RTA Information, 1971-1973 

64 1089

Health Care Legislation, 1975 

64 1090

Health Care Program, 1971-1974 

64 1091

Dr Meyer's Introduction to Health Care Program, 1974 

64 1092

Task Force 5-Leveraging, 1981 

64 1093

Joint Urban Ventures, 1981 

64 1094

United Way Chicago, Annual Reports, Allocation, 1979-1980 

64 1095

National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy, 1979-1980 

64 1096

United Way, Chicago Community Allocations System, 1979-1980 

65 1097

UWMC Outreach Program, 1980-1982 

65 1098

United Way Neighborhood Development and Organization, 1980 

65 1099

United Way, Milwaukee Neighborhood Plan, 1978-1980 

65 1100

United Way, Milwaukee Neighborhood Plan, 1978-1980 

65 1101

United Way Fact Sheet and Critical Articles, 1980-1982 

65 1102

Public/Private Partnerships, 1978-1981 

65 1103

Miscellany, 1981 

65 1104

Routing Information, 1981 

65 1105

New Approaches to Increase Private Funds for Neighborhood Organization Development, 1978 

65 1106

City-Wide Development Corporation, Dayton, Ohio, 1981 

65 1107

Corporate Philanthropy and Neighborhood Organizations, 1978-1980 

65 1108

Corporate Philanthropy and Neighborhoods, undated 

66 1109

Corporate Accountability and Grant Making Decisions, 1979-1980 

66 1110

Bills for Philanthropy Study Research, 1980 

66 1111

Grantsmanship Newsletters, 1974-1980 

66 1112

General Information on Foundations, Wheatley Report, Colorado Corporate Controls, 1979-1980 

66 1113

Reagan Economic Program-Tax Cut and Budget Cut, 1981 

66 1114

City Venture, 1979 

66 1115

Business and Professional People for the Public Interest, 1980 

66 1116

Illinois 2000, 1980 

66 1117

Alexander Grant and Co-Study of Manufacturing Business Climates, 1980 

66 1118

Small Business Training Institute Resources, 1980 

66 1119

Industrial Development Agency Proposal, 1978 

66 1120

Small Business Administration Publications, 1980-1981 

66 1121

Indiana Corporation for Innovative Development, 1981 

66 1122

Review of the Employment Trammy Administration Technical Assistance and Training System, 1979 

66 1123

Review of the Employment Training Administration, 1979 

66 1124

Illinois Employment and Training Council, 1981 

66 1125

Filer Commission on Private Philanthropy and Public Needs, 1975 

67 1126

Loose Notes, 1978 

67 1127

Theobald, Robert, Articles, Speeches, 1973 

67 1128

Articles, Health Care, 1974 

67 1129

Article, Professional and Systematic Reform/Extending Services to Urban Poor, undated 

67 1130

Articles, Environment and Energy, 1975 

67 1131

General Articles, 1975 

67 1132

Mailing List for Implementation, 1982 

67 1133

Extras of Letters to CBOS and Donors, 1982 

67 1134

Frank Kegan, Toward a Human Environment, the Big Picture, 1972 

67 1135

CABET 1978-1979 

67 1136

MESBIC, 1980 

67 1137

State Role, 1979-1980 

67 1138

TJTC, 1979 

67 1139

Brookings Institute on Grants, 1978-1979 

67 1140

Reports,, 1978 

67 1141

Main Street, 1978 

68 1142

Miscellany, 1978-1979 

68 1143

Miscellany, 1981 

68 1144

Miscellany, 1973 

68 1145

National Child Labor Committee Report, undated 

68 1146

Department of Labor Reports, 1979 

68 1147

Department of Labor Reports, 1979 

68 1148

Department of Labor Reports, 1979 

69 1149

National Science Foundation, "The Role of Nuclear Energ, " 1976-1977 

69 1150

National Science Foundation, "The Role of Nuclear Energ, " 1976-1977 

69 1151

Citizen League, Minneapolis-St Paul Administrative Information, 1976 

69 1152

Citizen League, Minneapolis-St Paul Administration and Project Information, 1976 

69 1153

Citizen League, Minneapolis-St Paul--Riverfront Protection, 1973-1974 

69 1154

Citizen League, Minneapolis-St Paul--Publications, 1976-1979 

70 1155

Argus Communications Posters, 1967 

70 1156

Magazine Articles of Current Interest, 1971 

70 1157

Clippings--Originals and Copies, 1974 

70 1158

Community Development Materials, 1980 

70 1159

Boston University Regional Institute on Employment Policy, 1979 

70 1160

Northeastern Illinois Planning Commission Common Ground Conference, undated 

70 1161

Chicago and its Suburbs . . . The Future, 1977 

70 1162

Ordinance to Adopt Standards and Procedures to the Rehabilitation and Maintenance of Structures, undated 

70 1163

Philosophy of Citizen Involvement, undated 

70 1164

Crime and Police Pamphlets, 1974 

70 1165

The Food from the Sea Myth, 1967 

70 1166

Cook County Advisory Committee/Citizen Information Service, 1972-1977 

70 1167

Chicago Alliance on Shaping a Safer City, 1973-1974 

70 1168

Media/Discussion/Action Model, undated 

70 1169

Population Projections--Chicago City and Suburban Ring, 1970-2000, 1978 

70 1170

Industrial Migration, Facts and Fables, 1978 

71 1171

Helping Cities Help Themselves: American Urban Problems and Prospects, 1978 

71 1172

Taxation of Real Estate in Illinois, 1974 

71 1173

River City Information, 1977 

71 1174

The Uses of Default: The Inevitable is Now Desirable, 1976 

71 1175

Conference on Tax Delinquency and Land Policy, 1977 

71 1176

Scarcity and Society, 1976-1977 

71 1177

A New Partnership to Conserve America's Communities, 1978 

71 1178

Miscellaneous Development Programs, 1979-1980 

71 1179

Reference Materials List, 1975-1977 

71 1180

Nursing Home Safety--WBBH Editorial, 1976 

71 1181

Articles, 1980 

71 1182

Articles, 1980 

71 1183

Miscellany, 1977-1981 

72 1184

Baltimore Metropolitan Manpower Consortium, 1979 

72 1185

Senate Testimonies to Senate Commerce Committee on Environment, 1972 

72 1186

Norman J Faramelli's Address (Dialogues), 1972 

72 1187

Comprehensive Growth and Resource Conservation Policies in Illinois, 1978 

72 1188

Community and Economic Development Conference, 1978 

72 1189

Economic Development, 1980-1981 

72 1190

Business and Employment, 1980 

72 1191

CETA Material, 1980 

72 1192

Private Sector Initiative Program (PSIP), 1980-1981 

72 1193

Private Sector Initiative Program (PSIP), 1982 

72 1194

Private Sector Initiative Program (PSIP), 1979-1981 

73 1195

Private Sector Initiative Program (PSIP), 1981 

73 1196

Banks and Capital, 1979 

73 1197

Articles: Jobs, Youth, and Economic Development, 1979-1980 

73 1198

Clippings: Urban Renewal, 1974-1978 

73 1199

Chicago Urban Lending Committee Report, 1981 

73 1200

Puget Sound Material on Media, undated 

73 1201

National Science Foundation, 1975 

73 1202

Lincoln Institute Notes, undated 

73 1203

League of Women Voters Urban Crisis Study, 1977 

73 1204

Urban Housing, 1977-1982 

73 1205

Urban Economics, 1973-1979 

73 1206

New York Regional Plan, 1973-1979 

73 1207

Corrected Program Copy, Poster, Article, 1970 

74 1208

Sponsoring Organizations, 1970 

74 1209

Lists of Invited and Attending Organizations, 1970 

74 1210

Groups to Send Delegates, 1969-1970 

74 1211

Program, Publicity, Packet, 1970 

74 1212

Books and Literature Committee, 1970-1971 

74 1213

Book: Population, Env People, 1972-1974 

74 1214

Young, Jr, James R, 1969-1971 

74 1215

Budgets, 1970 

74 1216

Chicago Host Committee, 1969-1970 

74 1217

Conference Arrangements with Conservation Foundation, 1970-1971 

75 1218

Congress Delegates, 1970 

75 1219

DC Shaw Correspondence, 1970 

75 1220

Delegates and Observers, FNCOPE List, 1970 

75 1221

Environmental Telethon, 1970 

75 1222

Exhibits and Graphics Committee, 1969-1970 

75 1223

Films, 1970 

75 1224

First National Congress on Optimum Population and Environment, 1970 

75 1225

Informational Mailings, 1970 

75 1226

Leaders: Organizations and Individuals, 1969 

76 1227

Letters of Appreciation, 1970 

76 1228

Newsletters: Show to Board, 1970 

76 1229

Optimum Population and Environment Statement Copies, undated 

76 1230

Origins of the Congress Copies, undated 

76 1231

PRB Bulletin Report, undated 

76 1232

Preparation Timetables, Schedules, 1970 

76 1233

Press Releases, 1969 

76 1234

Program Committee, 1969-1970 

76 1235

Program Committee: FNCOPE, 1969-1970 

76 1236

Pro Tem Executive Committee, 1970 

76 1237

Regional Conferences, Attempts At, undated 

76 1238

Questionnaire, Resource Persons and Invitations, 1969 

76 1239

Questionnaire, Attitudinal, undated 

76 1240

Questionnaire, Follow-up, undated 

76 1241

Questionnaire Responses, 1970 

76 1242

Questionnaire Responses, 1970 

76 1243

Questionnaire Responses, 1970 

77 1244

Registration and Information Committee, undated 

77 1245

Resolutions (Mailed since Congress), 1970 

77 1246

Registration Material, 1970 

77 1247

Program Committee, Second National Congress: Economics of Population and Environment, 1971-1973 

77 1248

Program Committee, Second National Congress: Economics of Population and Environment, 1971-1973 

77 1249

Photos, undated 

77 1250

Photos, undated 

77 1251

Public Relations Reports, 1970 

77 1252

Publicity Folders, Reprints, 1969-1971 

78 1253

Paper Prepared for Conference and Report of the 34th Assembly, 1968 

78 1254

Funding Assistance, 1970 

78 1255

Brochure, undated 

78 1256

Cost-Share, 1970 

78 1257

Miscellany, 1970 

78 1258

Scholarship Maybe, 1970 

78 1259

Scholarship Refusals, 1970 

78 1260

Miscellaneous Congress Form Letters, 1970 

78 1261

Congress Committee (Additions), 1969 

78 1262

Congress Committee-FNCOPE, 1969 

78 1263

Congress Committee-Regrets FNCOPE, 1969 

78 1264

Expense Accounts, 1970 

78 1265

Invitation List-Dinners, 1970 

78 1266

PRB, Inc-Open Accounts, 1969-1970 

78 1267

Miscellaneous, 1970 

78 1268

Programs and Convention Folders, 1970 

79 1269

Programs and Convention Folders, 1970 

79 1270

Programs and Convention Folders, 1970 

79 1271

"A Statement of Purpose" Copies, undated 

79 1272

Teach-Out, 1970 

79 1273

Work Groups, undated 

79 1274

Funding, FNCOPE, undated 

79 1275

First Congress Funding, 1971 

79 1276

Bruce, Duncan, 1969 

79 1277

Chicago Fund Raising, 1969-1970 

79 1278

Field Foundations, 1970 

79 1279

Ford Foundations, 1969 

79 1280

Fund for Education in World Order, Inc, 1269 

79 1281

Hopkins Fund, 1970 

79 1282

Johnson Foundation, 1970 

80 1283

Martini, Alan (Mr. and Mrs.), 1969 

80 1284

Mott, Stewart, 1969-1970 

80 1285

Oscar Mayer Fund, 1970 

80 1286

Paddock Fund, 1969 

80 1287

Playboy Foundation, 1970 

80 1288

Sherman, Gordon, 1969 

80 1289

Toll, Jr, Henry W, 1970 

80 1290

Program, Memo, Mailing List, Lists of Contributors, 1969-1970 

80 1291

Wieboldt Foundation, 1970 

80 1292

Dinner List-Fund-Raising Committee, 1970 

80 1293

October 7 Fund Appeal, 1970 

80 1294

Patrons ($1000), undated 

80 1295

Donors ($500), undated 

80 1296

Less than $100, undated 

80 1297

Sponsors, undated 

80 1298

Moore, Emily Campbell, 1969-1972 

80 1299

Ehrlich, Paul, 1969-1971 

80 1300

Hardin, Garrett, 1969-1972 

80 1301

Shaw, Reverend Rodney, 1969-1974 

80 1302

Funding-Correspondence from Contributors over $500, 1971 

80 1303

Lamm, Richard, 1969-1972 

80 1304

Cunningham, Peter, 1970-1973 

80 1305

Hinrichs, Noel, 1970-1971 

81 1306

Ruhmann, Lony, 1970-1972 

81 1307

Davis, Kingsley1969 

81 1308

Howe, Sydney, 1970 

81 1309

Meynet, Maryanne, 1969-1970 

81 1310

Moore, Hugh, 1969-1970 

81 1311

Perelman, Michael-Agricultural Economist, UC Berkeley, 1971 

81 1312

Peterson, Gunnar, 1969-1970 

81 1313

Robinson, Jean, 1969-1970 

81 1314

Tydings, Joseph, 1970 

81 1315

Speeches and Papers Delivered at Congress, 1970 

81 1316

Speeches and Papers Delivered at Congress, 1970 

81 1317

Speeches and Papers Delivered at Congress, 1970 

81 1318

Speeches and Papers Delivered at Congress, 1970 

82 1319

Speeches and Papers Delivered at Congress, 1970 

82 1320

Speeches and Papers Delivered at Congress, 1970 

82 1321

First National Congress, 1970 

82 1322

Delegates and Observers to First National Congress, 1970 

82 1323

Graphics, Cuts, and Logos, Congress, 1970 

82 1324

First National Congress Teach-Out Materials, 1970 

82 1325

Handouts from First National Congress, 1970 

83 1326

Handouts from First National Congress, 1970 

83 1327

Handouts from First National Congress, 1970 

83 1328

CETA Youth Employment and Neighborhood Economic Development: Microfiche Case Studies, 1982 

83 1329

CETA Education Linkage Project, 1980 

83 1330

CETA Education Linkage Project, 1980 

83 1331

CETA Governor's Grant Program, 1981 

83 1332

Copley Place Chicago Model, 1978-1979 

83 1333

Education/CETA Linkage Project Abstracts, 1981 

83 1334

Education/CETA Linkage Project Abstract: Summer Programs, Bloomington Area Vocational Center, 1981 

83 1335

Linkages in Progress, 1981 

83 1336

Linkage Report: Computer-Based Support, 1981 

83 1337

Automated Career Information and CETA Schools Linkage, 1981 

84 1338

CETA Linkage-Vocational Information and College Listings, 1980 

84 1339

CETA/Education: State Board of Education, 1980 

84 1340

Youth Training: Linkages with Community and Economic Development, undated 

84 1341

CETA Job Creation Study Committee, 1980 

84 1342

CETA/TRUST Linkage Reports, 1981 

84 1343

CETA Notes and Information, 1979-1980 

84 1344

Linkage Correspondence, Newsletters, Report, 1980-1981 

84 1345

CETA Mailing Lists, Correspondence, and Date, 1980-1981 

84 1346

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