Guide to the David Beckwith papers, 1946-2011

(bulk 1980-1999)


John Hay Library, University Archives and Manuscripts
Box A
Brown University
Providence, RI 02912
Telephone: Manuscripts: 401-863-3723; University Archives: 401-863-2148
Email: Manuscripts: hay@brown.edu; University Archives: archives@brown.edu

Published in 2015

Collection Overview

Title:David Beckwith papers
Date range:1946-2011, (bulk 1980-1999)
Creator:Beckwith, David L.
Extent:30.0 Linear feet
Abstract:The David Beckwith papers (1946-2011) is a significant collection of organizational records, correspondence, publications, training and funding materials relating to community development and organizing on both the local and national levels. Most of the material dates from 1980 to 1999 and represents the work of a wide range of community organizations, advocacy-based coalitions, governmental agencies and private organizations devoted to fulfilling social needs such as housing, transportation and education. The Papers also include a small but noteworthy collection of counter-culture newspapers from the mid-1960s and early 1970s.
Language of materials:English
Repository:John Hay Library, University Archives and Manuscripts
Collection number:Ms.2010.010

Scope & content

The David Beckwith papers comprise correspondence, training materials, records and publications that cover all aspects of community organizing, including the management and fundraising practices of individual organizations. The bulk of the material dates from 1980 to 1999, when Beckwith worked as a community organizing specialist with the Center for Community Change (CCC), a national non-profit social justice organization committed to the empowerment of low-income people. The content reflects the Center's mission of training local groups and individuals as advocates for a wide variety of fundamental community needs such as equitable housing, job creation and transportation.

The papers are organized into the following five series:

Series 1, David Beckwith personal papers (1976-2010): This series includes personal correspondence, notes, datebooks, and material from the Great Lakes Institute, Beckwith’s consulting business (Box 1, folder 7).

Series 2, Center for Community Change records (1977-2002): This series has seven subseries: Annual reports; Policy, promotional, and financial documents; Publications; Staff; Projects and initiatives; Workshops and training; and CCC papers on organizing. In addition to several newsletters, CCC has published numerous monographs on economic development, jobs, housing, and community organizing. They have also participated in special projects such as the Housing Trust Fund Project (Box 3, folders 5-17) and the Jobs and Economic Development Initiative (JEDI) (Box 3, folders 20-21), which are represented in this series. Among the many training programs offered by CCC are the Transforming Lives and Neighborhoods Workshop, and the training subseries contains materials from several national sessions (Box 4, folders 14-22; Box 26X, folder 4).

Series 3, Community organizing (1971-2011): This series contains material dealing with the methodology of community organization, including the management and fundraising practices of non-profit organizations. Also included are materials from consortia such as the National Organizers’ Alliance (Box 6, folders 11-20; Box 27, folder 15) and Organize! Ohio (Box 6, folders 21-24). The training subseries contains course catalogs, syllabi, and class material from the Concordia University Institute in Management and Community Development (Box 28, folders 9-18) and the Development Training Institute (Box 7, folders 4-22; Box 8, folders 1-3; Box 28, folder 19), among others. Promotional and informational material from numerous private and public foundations and funding organizations can be found in the funding subseries. The last subseries deals with community development and community development corporations on a national and regional level; included are papers from the National Commission on Neighborhoods (Box 31) and the Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC) (Box 10, folders 3-7). This subseries also includes information about the investigation into financial improprieties at ACORN (Association for Community Reforms Now) during the early 2000s (Box 29), during Beckwith’s tenure at the Needmor Fund.

Series 4, Advocacy Organizations by Field (1970-2011): This series contains the records and publications of numerous local community organizations arranged alphabetically within eleven topical subseries, including community development, economic development, housing, environment, and transportation. Nearly all of them consulted with David Beckwith while he worked for the Center for Community Change. Although the majority of organizations in this series represent Ohio interests, there is significant material from others such as HART (Hartford Areas Rally Together) (Box 13, folders 2-13; Box 27, folders 19-20; Box 30, folder 26) and HUD (U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Development) (Box 18, folder 3; Box 32, folders 5-10). Also included are records of TEN (Transportation Equity Network) (Box 18, folders 23-31; Box 19, folders 1-3), ACES (Association for Children for Enforcement of Support, inc.) (Box 21, folders 1-8; Box 32, folder 22), and the Center for Health, Environment and Justice (formerly Citizens’ Clearinghouse for Hazardous Wastes) (Box 15, folders 20-25; Box 16, folders 1-20; Box 27, folders 25-28).

Series 5, Counter-culture newsletters and monographs (1946-1975): The publications in this series are a sampling from the counterculture movement of the late 1960s and early 1970s in the United States. They include anti-capitalist, anti-war, feminist and black power newsletters, and represent such organizations as Students for a Democratic Society (SDS) and the Black Panthers. The series also includes several political publications from the Joseph McCarthy era and communist Chinese journal issues.

Arrangement

Series 1. David Beckwith personal papers Series 2. Center for Community Change records
  • Subseries A. Annual Reports
  • Subseries B. Policy, promotional and financial documents
  • Subseries C. Publications
  • Subseries D. Staff
  • Subseries E. Projects and initiatives
  • Subseries F. Workshops and training
  • Subseries G. Center for Community Change papers on organizing
Series 3. Community Organizing training materials and policy papers
  • Subseries A. General and historical papers
  • Subseries B. Nonprofit Organizational Management
  • Subseries C. Consortia and research institutes
  • Subseries D. Training Programs
  • Subseries E. Funding
  • Subseries F. Community development and community development corporations
Series 4. Advocacy Organizations: Records and publications of various partner community organizations
  • Subseries A. Community Development Corporations and Organizations
  • Subseries B. Economic development
  • Subseries C. Environmental organizations
  • Subseries D. Housing
  • Subseries E. Transportation
  • Subseries F. Labor, jobs, welfare
  • Subseries G. Race, Ethnic and Gender Issues
  • Subseries H. Legal, consumer, tax reform, veterans, voters
  • Subseries I. Children, Youth, Family and Education
  • Subseries J. Healthcare
  • Subseries K. Church-based
Series 5. Counter-culture newsletters and monographs from the late 1960s and early 1970s

Biographical/Historical note

David Beckwith

David Beckwith is a native of New Hampshire who began his career as a community organizer in 1971 in Providence, Rhode Island. Over the next ten years he worked in numerous capacities such as organizing, fundraising, consulting, recruiting and training, for neighborhood organizations in both Providence and Washington, D.C. From 1981 until 1988 he served as Director of the East Toledo Community Organization (ETCO) in Ohio.

Beckwith worked for the Center for Community Change from 1988 to 2002. In this capacity he acted as consultant and trainer for numerous partner organizations, most but not all in the Toledo area. Some notable Center initiatives are: The Housing Trust Fund Project, the Transportation Equity Network and the Jobs and Economic Development Initiative (JEDI). Beckwith and the Center provided partner organizations with extensive resources and training in community organization, economic development, transportation, jobs and fundraising.

He served as the Executive Director of the Needmor Fund, a family foundation based in Toledo, Ohio that is committed to funding grassroots organizing for social justice, from 2011 until his retirement on January 1, 2013.

Center for Community Change

According to its mission statement the Center for Community Change "strengthens, connects and mobilizes grassroots groups to enhance their leadership, voice and power." Inspired by the work of Bobby Kennedy, the organization was formed in 1968 to assist low-income people and communities.

History of Community Organizing

The material in this collection reflects a philosophy of community organizing that evolved under what John McKnight and John Kretzmann call "a post-Alinsky agenda." In the 1940s organizer Saul Alinsky envisioned an "organization of organizations" model, where local affinities banded together to challenge an "enemy" which was visible, local and capable of correcting the particular problem under consideration. Chicago's Back of the Yards Neighborhood Council, founded in part by Alinsky in 1939, marshaled the leadership of the various neighborhood enclaves into an organization that represented their collective interests; as such, the Council successfully secured "WPA dollars for the neighborhood and [created] a school lunch program that became a model for the nation" (BYNC website).

The conservative 1980s saw the relocation of political and economic power away from the local sphere and a corresponding decline in labor union and church membership, both of which had been traditional staging grounds for community dissent. Instead of marshalling existing local affiliations, organizers needed to "stress an organizing process that enhances and builds community rather than assuming it." No longer were neighborhoods viewed solely as consumers; an equal emphasis was placed on their capacities as centers of production.

One result was the growth of the Community Development Corporation, or CDC, which exemplified the "reconceptualization of the neighborhood as a locus for production as well as for consumption" (McKnight and Kretzmann). The disappearance of the local bank meant that the local credit market disappeared, as well, and this development affected housing availability. "Community development corporations are typically neighborhood-based, 501(c)3 non-profit corporations, with a board composed of at least one-third community residents, that promote the improvement of the physical and social infrastructures in neighborhoods with populations significantly below the area median income," according to the University of Maryland's Democracy Collaborative.
  • Back of the Yards Neighborhood Council website, History page
  • The Citizen's Handbook, New Ways of Governing
  • Community-wealth.org
  • John McKnight and John Kretzmann, "Community organization in the eighties: toward a post-Alinsky agenda." Charles Stewart Mott Foundation Partner (Summer 1986)
  • Kristin Layng Szakos and Joe Szakos, We Make Change: community organizers talk about what they do--and why (Nashville, Tenn. : Vanderbilt University Press, 2007)

Access & Use

Access to the collection: There are no restrictions on access with the exception of 7 folders which provide personal information about people seeking employment and performance evaluations. The collection can only be seen by prior appointment. Some materials may be stored off-site and cannot be produced on the same day on which they are requested.
Use of the materials: Researchers are advised that express written permission to reproduce, quote, or otherwise publish any portion or extract from this collection must be obtained from the Brown University Library. Although Brown University has physical ownership of the collection and the materials contained therein, it does not claim literary rights. It is up to the researcher to determine the owners of the literary rights and to obtain any necessary permissions from them.
Preferred citation:David Beckwith papers, Ms. 2010.010, Brown University Library.
Contact information: John Hay Library, University Archives and Manuscripts
Box A
Brown University
Providence, RI 02912
Telephone: Manuscripts: 401-863-3723; University Archives: 401-863-2148
Email: Manuscripts: hay@brown.edu; University Archives: archives@brown.edu

Administrative Information

ABOUT THE COLLECTION 
Acquisition: Donated by David Beckwith on 10 March 2009. Six additional record center boxes donated to the collection by David Beckwith in 2013.
ABOUT THE FINDING AID 
Author:Finding aid prepared by Deborah Peterson.
Encoding:This finding aid was produced using the Archivists' Toolkit 2015-05-14
Descriptive rules:Finding aid based on Describing Archives: A Content Standard (DACS)

Additional Information

Related material:
  • Needmor Fund Records, Ms. 2007.018, Brown University Library.
  • James C. Dickson papers, Ms. 2007.021, Brown University Library
  • Robert F. Cohen, Jr. papers, MS-1U-C8, Brown University Archives

Inventory


Series 1. David Beckwith personal papers, 1976-2010

ContainerDescriptionDate
Box 1, Folder 1Correspondence, biographical matter, calendars
1976-1999
Box 27, Folder 1Correspondence to David Beckwith
17 Jan 1995-17 Jul 1995
Box 1, Folder 2Resume, job evaluations (RESTRICTED)
1987-1996
Box 28, Folder 1Resume, reference letter, tax return (RESTRICTED)
1976
Box 1, Folder 3Pocket datebooks
1994-2001
Box 1, Folder 4Notebook
n.d.
Box 1, Folder 5Miscellaneous
n.d.
Box 28, Folder 2Miscellaneous
1995-2010
Box 1, Folder 6Writings
1983-2000
Box 1, Folder 7Great Lakes Institute (consulting business)
1987-1988
Box 1, Folder 8Notes, uncategorized
ca. 1988
Box 1, Folder 9Notes, uncategorized
ca. 1988-1995
Box 28, Folder 2Notes, uncategorized
2002
Box 1, Folder 10Resumes sent to D. Beckwith (RESTRICTED)
1988-1992

Series 2. Center for Community Change records, 1977-2002

Series 2. Subseries A. Annual reports

ContainerDescriptionDate
Box 1, Folder 11Annual report
1986
Box 1, Folder 12Annual report
1992-1994
Box 1, Folder 13Annual report
1995-1996
Box 1, Folder 14Annual report
1997-2000

Series 2. Subseries B. Policy, promotional and financial documents

ContainerDescriptionDate
Box 1, Folder 15Brochures
n.d.
Box 1, Folder 16Announcements, action alerts, policy documents
1996-1999
Box 1, Folder 17Strategic plan, activity reports
1987-1994
Box 1, Folder 18Regional planning documents
1995-1999
Box 1, Folder 19Financial documents
1995-2000
Box 1, Folder 20Grant & scholarship documents
1989-2000
Box 1, Folder 21Kellogg grant material
1993-1994
Box 1, Folder 22Miscellaneous
1996-2000

Series 2. Subseries C. Publications

ContainerDescriptionDate
Box 1, Folder 23Community change newsletter
1987-1994
Box 1, Folder 24Community change newsletter
1996-1998
Box 27, Folder 2CCC's CRA Watch
19 Jul 1995
Box 1, Folder 25CRA reporter; CCC news
1979-2002
Box 27, Folder 3 Future Directions and Priorities for CCC: A Strategic Plan and comments on new strategic plan
Nov 1994-Jan 1995
Box 2, Folder 9Housing and community development guidebooks (series)
1998-1999
Box 2, Folder 10Housing and community development guidebooks (series); State welfare redesign grants pool project
1998-1999
Box 23, Folder 17Making connections: a study of employment linkage programs
ca. 1995
Box 28, Folder 4Monitor (newsletter)
1998
Box 23, Folder 18New avenues into jobs
ca. 1995
Box 1, Folder 26Organizing (newsletter)
1997-1999
Box 1, Folder 27Organizing publications
1982-1997
Box 27, Folder 4 Proposal for a Regional Strategy for Fieldwork in the Rural Northwest
1994
Box 27, Folder 5Proposals for Allen Parkway Village
Oct 1994-Nov 1994
Box 2, Folder 7Reports on economic development and jobs (series)
1998-2001
Box 2, Folder 8Reports on economic development and jobs (series)
1998
Box 2, Folder 6Short publications: Education, transportation
1990-2001
Box 2, Folder 1Short publications: Jobs
1996
Box 2, Folder 2Short publications: Jobs
1997
Box 2, Folder 3Short publications: Jobs
1999
Box 2, Folder 5Short publications: Public housing
1980-1994
Box 2, Folder 4Short publications: Race
2002
Box 28, Folder 5Strengthening the involvement of neighborhood groups in revitalizing Flint : A recommended foundation support strategy
1977

Series 2. Subseries D. Staff

ContainerDescriptionDate
Box 2, Folder 11Staff, Board, volunteers, interns, consultants
1988-1998
Box 27, Folder 6Staff and organization directories
1988-1994
Box 2, Folder 12Staff resumes (RESTRICTED)
1994-1998
Box 2, Folder 13Job classifications
1995-1998
Box 2, Folder 14Staff retreat
1997 May 6-9
Box 2, Folder 15All staff meeting
1998-1999
Box 2, Folder 17Staff reports
1986-1994
Box 2, Folder 18Staff reports
1995-1999
Box 2, Folder 19Staff correspondence
1989-1997
Box 2, Folder 20Staff correspondence
1998-1999
Box 27, Folder 7Staff correspondence
Nov 1994-Jun 1995
Box 2, Folder 21Office resources
1997-2000
Box 3, Folder 1Enquiries regarding services
1995-1997
Box 3, Folder 2Non-CCC jobs
1988-1997

Series 2. Subseries E. Projects and initiatives

ContainerDescriptionDate
Box 3, Folder 25Community Change Agent interviews
1991
Box 3, Folder 26Community Change Agent interviews
1992
Box 28, Folder 6Community Change Agent interviews
1992
Box 3, Folder 23Community Change Agent planning documents, notes, grant proposals
1991-1997
Box 3, Folder 24Community Change Agent training documents
n.d.
Box 3, Folder 22Community Change Agents: Planning Committee meeting
1993 Feb 19-20
Box 4, Folder 1Community Change Agents Coolfont Meeting
1992 May 13-15
Box 3, Folder 14Housing Trust Fund Project: Cluster meeting no. 1
1995
Box 3, Folder 15Housing Trust Fund Project: Cluster meeting no. 2
1996
Box 3, Folder 16Housing Trust Fund Project: Cluster meeting no. 3 and 4
1996-1997
Box 3, Folder 6Housing Trust Fund Project: correspondence
1994-1997
Box 3, Folder 7Housing Trust Fund Project: Current topics newsletter
1990-1996
Box 3, Folder 12Housing Trust Fund Project: Housing trust funds in other states
1993-1995
Box 3, Folder 5Housing Trust Fund Project: monthly reports and miscellaneous documents See also Series 4: Advocacy organizations, Housing subseries (1 to 19)
1989-1997
Box 3, Folder 8Housing Trust Fund Project: News from ... (newsletter)
1990-1994
Box 3, Folder 9Housing Trust Fund Project: News from ... (newsletter)
1995-1999
Box 3, Folder 10Housing Trust Fund Project: publications
1989
Box 3, Folder 11Housing Trust Fund Project: publications
1997-2002
Box 3, Folder 17Housing Trust Fund Project: Publications and Media Workshop
1996 Jan 18
Box 3, Folder 13Housing Trust Fund Project: Resource book
1994
Box 3, Folder 20Jobs and Economic Development Initiative (JEDI)
1996-1997
Box 3, Folder 21Jobs and Economic Development Initiative (JEDI)
1998-1999
Box 3, Folder 19Jobs Committee
1997-1999
Box 3, Folder 3Miscellaneous projects and initiatives
1994-1999
Box 27, Folder 8Neighborhood Roundtable
1993-1995
Box 3, Folder 4Northwest Cluster: Leadership Development Initiative
1995
Box 4, Folder 2Transportation Staff Team See also Series 4: Advocacy organizations, Transportation subseries (20 to 15)
1997-2000
Box 3, Folder 18Welfare Reporting Project
1997

Series 2. Subseries F. Workshops and training

ContainerDescriptionDate
Box 4, Folder 6Building Effective Environmental Organizations (workshop)
1994 Jun 10-12
Box 4, Folder 9Changes in Federal Housing Policy, pt. 1
1996 Feb 9-10
Box 4, Folder 10Changes in Federal Housing Policy, pt. 2
1996 Feb 9-10
Box 27, Folder 9Clusters and issue workshops subcommittee
Feb 1995-Apr 1995
Box 27, Folder 10Community Change Agents Project 1995: Training series
Apr 1995-Jul 1995
Box 4, Folder 7Jobs and Economic Development Strategy Session, pt. 1
1996 Dec 13-14
Box 4, Folder 8Jobs and Economic Development Strategy Session, pt. 2
1996 Dec 13-14
Box 4, Folder 13Managing Advocacy Training Institute
1996 Jun 19
Box 4, Folder 4Medical College of Ohio retreat
1999
Box 5, Folder 9Miscellaneous non-CCC conferences and workshops
1994-1996
Box 5, Folder 2Miscellaneous training documents and transparencies
1995-1998
Box 4, Folder 23Miscellaneous Transforming Lives... materials
1996-2000
Box 4, Folder 21Miscellaneous Transforming Lives... workshops
1996
Box 5, Folder 1Miscellaneous workshops and conferences
1989-2001
Box 4, Folder 5Organizer's Toolbox (workshop)
1995 Dec 1
Box 27, Folder 11Peer exchange program
undated
Box 4, Folder 11Public Policy Meeting
1995 Dec 15-16
Box 4, Folder 12Public Policy workshops
1996
Box 4, Folder 14Transforming Lives and Neighborhoods Workshop (Michigan)
1997 Jan 14-15
Box 4, Folder 15Transforming Lives and Neighborhoods Workshop (New Jersey)
1997 Apr 9-10
Box 4, Folder 16Transforming Lives and Neighborhoods Workshop (North Carolina)
1997 Dec 1
Box 4, Folder 19Transforming Lives and Neighborhoods Workshop (Richmond, Va.), pt. 1
1999
Box 4, Folder 20Transforming Lives and Neighborhoods Workshop (Richmond, Va.), pt. 2
1999
Box 4, Folder 17Transforming Lives and Neighborhoods Workshop (Washington, D.C.)
1999 Mar-Apr
Box 4, Folder 18Transforming Lives and Neighborhoods Workshop (Washington, D.C.): Evaluation forms
1999 Mar 30-31
Box 26X, Folder 4Transforming Lives... Additional training materials
1996
Box 4, Folder 22Transforming Lives... trainers' manual
1997
Box 4, Folder 3Tulane Law School Environmental Law Clinic
1998-1999

Series 2. Subseries G. Center for Community Change papers on organizing
See also Series 3, Community organizing (Box 5, folder 10 to Box 10, folder 15; Box 23, folders 7 to 14)

ContainerDescriptionDate
Box 5, Folder 3Community organizing
1997
Box 5, Folder 4Community organizing (draft documents)
1996-1997
Box 10, Folder 13Community organizing (videocassettes (VHS)) I
n.d.
Box 10, Folder 14Community organizing (videocassettes (VHS)) II
n.d.
Box 10, Folder 15Randy Stoecker monographs of Community Development Organizations (CDC)
1989-1996
Box 5, Folder 5Organizing for Community Development (draft report), by Robert Kolodny
1981-1983
Box 5, Folder 6Organizational management
1995-1997
Box 5, Folder 7Effective boards I
n.d.
Box 5, Folder 8Effective boards II
n.d.

Series 3. Community organizing, 1971-2011
See also Series 2, Center for Community Change, Papers on organizing subseries (Box 5, folder 3 to Box 5, folder 8; Box 10, folders 13 to 15)

Series 3. Subseries A. General and historical papers

ContainerDescriptionDate
Box 5, Folder 10Organizing: general articles
1980-1994
Box 5, Folder 11Organizing: general articles
1995-1998
Box 28, Folder 7Organizing: general articles
1979-2000
Box 27, Folder 12Organizing: general articles A-G (arranged by author's name)
1987-1995
Box 27, Folder 13Organizing: general articles H-Z (arranged by author's name)
1993-1995
Box 5, Folder 12Organizing publications
1983-1997
Box 5, Folder 13Organizing publications
1998-1999
Box 5, Folder 14Organizing journals
1989-1993
Box 5, Folder 15Organizing: Saul Alinsky
1988-1989
Box 5, Folder 17Organizing: Multiculturalism, diversity, ethnicity articles
1986-1997

Series 3. Subseries B. Nonprofit Organizational Management

ContainerDescriptionDate
Box 5, Folder 21Nonprofit organizational management: Accounting and budget
1978-1998
Box 23, Folder 11Nonprofit organizational management: American Forum: articles and sample clippings, Midwest forum
1998-1999
Box 23, Folder 10Nonprofit organizational management: American Forum (Editorial clearinghouse)
1996-2000
Box 23, Folder 12Nonprofit organizational management: American Forum: Midwest Strategy Meeting
1997 Oct 24
Box 23, Folder 13Nonprofit organizational management: American Forum: Midwest Strategy Meeting, database printout
1997 Oct 24
Box 6, Folder 2Nonprofit organizational management: Boards
1996
Box 6, Folder 5Nonprofit organizational management: Consultants
1985-1998
Box 5, Folder 20Nonprofit organizational management: Development process
1985-1997
Box 6, Folder 3Nonprofit organizational management: Evaluating the nonprofit CEO
ca. 1990
Box 6, Folder 1Nonprofit organizational management: Fundraising
1979-1996
Box 6, Folder 4Nonprofit organizational management: Hiring and workplace issues
1985-1998
Box 5, Folder 22Nonprofit organizational management: IRS lobbying regulations
1991-1995
Box 5, Folder 23Nonprofit organizational management: Legal
1984
Box 23, Folder 8Nonprofit organizational management: listservs, technology
1979-1998
Box 5, Folder 24Nonprofit organizational management: Managing
1989-1991
Box 23, Folder 9Nonprofit organizational management: Media awareness
1997
Box 23, Folder 7Nonprofit organizational management: miscellaneous commercial documents
1996-1999
Box 23, Folder 14Nonprofit organizational management: Neal Peirce Symposium
1988 Oct 6
Box 6, Folder 6Nonprofit organizational management: Volunteers
1978-1981
Box 5, Folder 19Nonprofit organizations: 501(c)(3) organization tax status
1992-1993
Box 5, Folder 16Organizing: excerpt from Conquering Goliath: Cesar Chavez at the Beginning
1989
Box 5, Folder 18Nonprofit organizations: General information
1988-2001

Series 3. Subseries C. Consortia and research institutes

ContainerDescriptionDate
Box 6, Folder 7Caledon Institute of Social Policy
1997-1999
Box 28, Folder 8Caledon Institute of Social Policy
1997
Box 6, Folder 8Human Resource Consortium: General
1993-1998
Box 6, Folder 9Human Resource Consortium: Meeting
1994 Oct
Box 6, Folder 10Human Resource Consortium: Meeting
1994 Dec
Box 27, Folder 14Human Resource Consortium: Memoranda, reports
1995
Box 27, Folder 15National Organizers' Alliance: Correspondence
Feb 1995
Box 6, Folder 11National Organizers' Alliance: General, agendas, correspondence
1996-2002
Box 6, Folder 12National Organizers' Alliance: Financial
1998-2000
Box 6, Folder 13National Organizers' Alliance: Steering Committee
1998-2000
Box 6, Folder 14National Organizers' Alliance: Executive Director search
2002-2003
Box 6, Folder 15National Organizers' Alliance: Pension plan
1997-2002
Box 6, Folder 16National Organizers' Alliance: Ark (newsletter)
1993-1999
Box 6, Folder 17National Organizers' Alliance: Gathering (Annual meeting) I, III, V
1994-2001
Box 6, Folder 18National Organizers' Alliance: Gathering (Annual meeting) IV
1999
Box 6, Folder 19National Organizers' Alliance: Miscellaneous papers
1996-1997
Box 6, Folder 20National Organizers' Alliance: Miscellaneous training documents
1995-1997
Box 6, Folder 21Organize! Ohio: Promotional and general
1997-2001
Box 6, Folder 22Organize! Ohio: Correspondence, board, membership
1998-2001
Box 6, Folder 23Organize! Ohio: Grants
1998-2001
Box 6, Folder 24Organize! Ohio: First statewide gathering
1999 Sep 17-18

Series 3. Subseries D. Training Programs

ContainerDescriptionDate
Box 7, Folder 1Advanced Lawyering Skills Training (Ohio State Legal Services Association)
1985 Aug 5-8
Box 28, Folder 9Concordia University, Institute in Management and Community Development Summer Program: Beckwith correspondence, notes, class material
1997-2001
Box 28, Folder 10Concordia University, Institute in Management and Community Development Summer Program: Catalogs, information
1995-1997
Box 28, Folder 11Concordia University, Institute in Management and Community Development Summer Program: Catalogs, information
1999
Box 28, Folder 12Concordia University, Institute in Management and Community Development Summer Program: Catalogs, information
2002
Box 28, Folder 13Concordia University, Institute in Management and Community Development Summer Program: Catalogs, information
2003
Box 28, Folder 14Concordia University, Institute in Management and Community Development Summer Program: Catalogs, information
2004
Box 28, Folder 15Concordia University, Institute in Management and Community Development Summer Program: Catalogs, information
2005
Box 28, Folder 16Concordia University, Institute in Management and Community Development Summer Program: Catalogs, information
2006
Box 28, Folder 17Concordia University, Institute in Management and Community Development Summer Program: Catalogs, information
2007
Box 28, Folder 18Concordia University, Institute in Management and Community Development Summer Program: Catalogs, information
2008
Box 8, Folder 8Conflict management training materials
1984-1985
Box 8, Folder 3Development Training Institute: Alumni program, Pratt Institute
1985-1987
Box 7, Folder 6Development Training Institute: Community building papers
1989-1996
Box 7, Folder 7Development Training Institute: Community building papers
1997-2001
Box 7, Folder 5Development Training Institute: Development Leadership Network
1985-1999
Box 7, Folder 4Development Training Institute: Leadership & Management Program
1985-2000
Box 7, Folder 14Development Training Institute: Leadership Management Program for Community-based Development workshop, pt. 1
1995 Feb 27-1995 Mar 5
Box 7, Folder 15Development Training Institute: Leadership Management Program for Community-based Development workshop, pt. 2
1995 Feb 27-1995 Mar 5
Box 28, Folder 19Development Training Institute: National Internship in Community Economic Development, Class of 1985
1985
Box 7, Folder 10Development Training Institute: Nonprofit funding workshop (videocassette)
n.d.
Box 7, Folder 8Development Training Institute: Proposal to the Annie E. Casey Foundation
2001-2002
Box 7, Folder 9Development Training Institute: Proposal to the Rockefeller Foundation
1989-1993
Box 7, Folder 11Development Training Institute: Workshop, pt. 1.1
1995 Feb 6-13
Box 7, Folder 16Development Training Institute: Workshop, pt. 1.1
1995 Nov 6-12
Box 7, Folder 22Development Training Institute: Workshop, pt. 1.1
1996 Mar 18-23
Box 7, Folder 12Development Training Institute: Workshop, pt. 1.2
1995 Feb 6-13
Box 7, Folder 17Development Training Institute: Workshop, pt. 1.2
1995 Nov 6-12
Box 8, Folder 1Development Training Institute: Workshop, pt. 1.2
1996 Mar 18-23
Box 7, Folder 13Development Training Institute: Workshop, pt. 1.3
1995 Feb 6-13
Box 7, Folder 18Development Training Institute: Workshop, pt. 1.3
1995 Nov 6-12
Box 8, Folder 2Development Training Institute: Workshop, pt. 1.3
1996 Mar 18-23
Box 7, Folder 19Development Training Institute: Workshop, pt. 2.1
1996 Feb 19-25
Box 7, Folder 20Development Training Institute: Workshop, pt. 2.2
1996 Feb 19-25
Box 7, Folder 21Development Training Institute: Workshop, pt. 2.3
1996 Feb 19-25
Box 6, Folder 25Emerging Leaders Program (National Congress for Community/Economic Development)
1999-2000
Box 8, Folder 4Grassroots Leadership Development: Memos, correspondence
1996-1997
Box 8, Folder 5Grassroots Leadership Development: Newsletter, publications
1996-1999
Box 6, Folder 26Kentuckians for the Commonwealth training program
1990
Box 6, Folder 27LAMP (Leadership and Management Program for Community-Based Development)
1994-1995
Box 28, Folder 20Mark Lindberg training materials and miscellaneous writings
1997
Box 8, Folder 7Miscellaneous organization training handouts
ca. 1985
Box 8, Folder 9Miscellaneous training and leadership resources, pt. 1
1989-1999
Box 8, Folder 10Miscellaneous training and leadership resources, pt. 2
1989-1999
Box 8, Folder 11Miscellaneous training and leadership resources, pt. 3
1989-1999
Box 28, Folder 23Miscellaneous training and leadership resources, pt. 4
1977-2011
Box 28, Folder 21National Training and Information Center: Disclosure (newsletter)
1978
Box 8, Folder 6National Training and Information Center: Disclosure (newsletter)
1989-1999
Box 7, Folder 2Ohio Action Training Center
1982-1984
Box 6, Folder 28Ohio CDC Association: Basic Skills Program
1991-1993
Box 7, Folder 3Organize Training Center
1980-1998
Box 28, Folder 22Southern Empowerment Project: Advanced Leadership and Development Initiative
2004

Series 3. Subseries E. Funding

ContainerDescriptionDate
Box 9, Folder 12Banks, Savings & Loans, etc.: Individual institutions
1986-1997
Box 28, Folder 24Banks, Savings & Loans, etc.: Practices
1972-1977
Box 9, Folder 13Banks, Savings & Loans, etc.: Practices
1987-1989
Box 9, Folder 4Campaign for Human Development
1985-1997
Box 9, Folder 5Charles Stewart Mott Foundation
1991-2001
Box 9, Folder 3Community Development Finance Fund: Executive Director performance appraisals [RESTRICTED]
1992-1997
Box 9, Folder 15Fannie Mae Foundation: General
1997-1998
Box 9, Folder 16Fannie Mae Foundation: Maxwell Awards of Excellence publications
1996-1998
Box 9, Folder 14Federal Programs: Miscellaneous
1985-1989
Box 8, Folder 14Foundation payout
1998-2002
Box 8, Folder 12Foundations, General
1995-1998
Box 28, Folder 25Fund for the City of New York
1978
Box 8, Folder 22Funds for the Community's Future
1993-1995
Box 8, Folder 15Grantsmanship Center Magazine
1987-1999
Box 28, Folder 26Kansas Learning Tour
2005
Box 8, Folder 18Meet the Funders Conference Appendix III-VI
1980 Oct 27-29
Box 8, Folder 17Meet the Funders Conference Text + Appendix I-II
1980 Oct 27-29
Box 9, Folder 8Miscellaneous foundations A-E
1980-1998
Box 9, Folder 9Miscellaneous foundations F-J
1989-1996
Box 9, Folder 10Miscellaneous foundations K-W
1989-1999
Box 28, Folder 27Miscellaneous philanthropy and foundations
2001
Box 8, Folder 16Miscellaneous philanthropy publications
1987-2002
Box 28, Folder 28National Endowment for the Arts
1977
Box 28, Folder 29National Network of Grantmakers
2005
Box 9, Folder 6Needmor Fund
1990-1993
Box 8, Folder 21Neighborhood Funders' Group: Conferences
1997-1998
Box 8, Folder 20Neighborhood Funders' Group: Publications, newsletter
1996-2000
Box 8, Folder 23Ohio Community Development Finance Fund: Annual reports, annual meetings, newsletter
1995-1999
Box 8, Folder 24Ohio Community Development Finance Fund: Board, organizational documents
1996-1999
Box 27, Folder 16Ohio Community Development Finance Fund: Contributors, projects, financial report
1993-1994
Box 9, Folder 2Ohio Community Development Finance Fund: Executive director evaluation, personnel documents
1989-1997
Box 9, Folder 1Ohio Community Development Finance Fund: Financial
1985-1999
Box 27, Folder 17Ohio Community Development Finance Fund: Questionnaire
1992
Box 8, Folder 19Peter Ujagi's materials (fundraising)
1971-1976
Box 8, Folder 13Religious funders, General
1994-1998
Box 9, Folder 11Toledo Fund for Neighborhood Development (TFND 2)
1989-1995
Box 9, Folder 17USAID, Neighborhood Development Demonstration Program (HUD), Community Development Division, Comptroller of the Currency
1988-2001
Box 9, Folder 7Woods Fund of Chicago
1995

Series 3. Subseries F. Community development and community development corporations

ContainerDescriptionDate
Box 29, Folder 1ACORN: Mission statement, accomplishments, Beckwith notes
2008-2009
Box 29, Folder 2ACORN: Board meeting minutes, with Beckwith notes
1999-2009
Box 29, Folder 3ACORN: Tax returns
2001-2002, 2006
Box 29, Folder 4ACORN: Engagement letters for ACORN, AISJ, and CCI
2001-2006
Box 29, Folder 5ACORN: Independent audits
1998-2005
Box 29, Folder 6ACORN: Citizens' Consulting Inc. (CCI) audits and correspondence
1999-2004
Box 29, Folder 7ACORN: American Institute for Social Justice (AISJ) annual reports, audit
1999-2007
Box 29, Folder 8ACORN: Needmor Fund background documents and contracts
1977-2009
Box 29, Folder 9ACORN: Meeting with Needmor Fund
2008
Box 29, Folder 10ACORN: Funders' Briefing Book
5 Sep 2008
Box 29, Folder 11ACORN: Briefing for funders
31 Mar 2009
Box 29, Folder 12ACORN: Meeting with funders: correspondence, background documents, news stories
Sep 2008
Box 29, Folder 13ACORN: Miscellaneous meetings with funders: correspondence, notes, background documents
2008-2009
Box 29, Folder 14ACORN: Updates for funders
2008-2009
Box 29, Folder 15ACORN: Beckwith notes, part 1
2008-2009
Box 29, Folder 16ACORN: Beckwith notes, part 2
2008-2009
Box 29, Folder 17ACORN: Beckwith notes, part 3
2008-2009
Box 29, Folder 18ACORN: Draft preliminary report on ACORN video
2009
Box 29, Folder 19ACORN: Media clippings
2008-2009
Box 29, Folder 20ACORN: Seeds of Hope, the untold story of ACORN, by John Atlas: edited manuscript, pp. 1-95
2009
Box 29, Folder 21ACORN: Seeds of Hope, the untold story of ACORN, by John Atlas: edited manuscript, pp. 96-243
2009
Box 29, Folder 22ACORN: Seeds of Hope, the untold story of ACORN, by John Atlas: edited manuscript, pp. 244-410
2009
Box 29, Folder 23ACORN: Scott Harshbarger report (independent analysis)
2009
Box 29, Folder 24ACORN: U.S. House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform report: Is ACORN intentionally structured as a criminal enterprise?"
2009
Box 9, Folder 24Community development conferences
1976-2001
Box 30, Folder 1Community development conferences
1996-2004
Box 29, Folder 25Community development conferences: Grassroots and Groundwork Conference (2004 : St. Paul)
2004
Box 29, Folder 26Community development conferences: Generosity and Integrity (2005 : San Diego), Council on Foundations
2005
Box 30, Folder 3Community Development Corporations (CDC): General
1976, 1996
Box 9, Folder 21Community Development Corporations (CDC): General
1996-1997
Box 9, Folder 22Community development corporations and the self-help paradox: research paper draft
1984 Dec
Box 9, Folder 23Community Development Organizations: Best practices
1994-1995
Box 30, Folder 2Community-building monographs
1975-1978
Box 9, Folder 20Community-building monographs
1992-1997
Box 10, Folder 3LISC (Local Initiatives Support Corporation): Annual reports, promotional material
1989-1997
Box 10, Folder 4LISC: Newsletter, monographs
1991-1998
Box 10, Folder 5LISC: General
1988-2000
Box 10, Folder 6LISC, Toledo Chapter: Meeting notes from exploratory committee
1988-1989
Box 10, Folder 7LISC, Toledo Chapter: Exploratory committee correspondence and press
1988-1989
Box 30, Folder 4Miscellaneous articles on community development, coalitions, community-based organizations
1975-1978
Box 9, Folder 18Miscellaneous articles on community development, coalitions, community-based organizations
1980-1999
Box 30, Folder 5Miscellaneous articles on the political aspects of community development
1971
Box 9, Folder 19Miscellaneous articles on the political aspects of community development
1996-1999
Box 30, Folder 6Miscellaneous national newsletters
1976-1978
Box 30, Folder 7Miscellaneous national newsletters
1975-1978
Box 30, Folder 8Miscellaneous national newsletters
1977-1978
Box 10, Folder 12Miscellaneous national organizations
1984-2006
Box 30, Folder 9National Center for Urban Ethnic Affairs
1976-1978
Box 31, Folder 1National Commission on Neighborhoods, Economic Development Task Force
1978
Box 31, Folder 2National Commission on Neighborhoods, Governance Task Force
1978
Box 31, Folder 3National Commission on Neighborhoods, Task Force case studies
1978
Box 31, Folder 4National Commission on Neighborhoods, "Task Force III"
1978
Box 31, Folder 5National Commission on Neighborhoods, miscellaneous documents
1978
Box 31, Folder 6National Commission on Neighborhoods, miscellaneous documents
1979
Box 31, shoebox 7National Commission on Neighborhoods, addressed envelopes
undated
Box 10, Folder 8National Neighborhood Coalition
1998-1999
Box 10, Folder 9National Neighborhood Coalition: Information report (newsletter)
1991-1996
Box 10, Folder 10National Neighborhood Coalition: Information report (newsletter)
1997-1998
Box 30, Folder 10National Neighbors (Organization), part 1
1977
Box 30, Folder 11National Neighbors (Organization), part 2
1977
Box 30, Folder 12Neighborhood Movement: Case study analysis (edited manuscript, unknown author)
undated
Box 10, Folder 11Neighborhood Reinvestment Corporation
1991-1999
Box 10, Folder 2Neighborhood Roundtable proposal
1995-1996
Box 9, Folder 25Roundtable on Neighborhoods in America (conference)
1993 Jan 8
Box 9, Folder 26Roundtable on Neighborhoods in America: President Clinton Transition Team documents, pt. 1
1992-1993
Box 10, Folder 1Roundtable on Neighborhoods in America: President Clinton Transition Team documents, pt. 2
1992-1993

Series 4. Advocacy Organizations, 1970-2011

Series 4. Subseries A. Community Development Corporations and Organizations

ContainerDescriptionDate
Box 11, Folder 13Appalachia organizations
1978-1999
Box 33, Folder 1Birmingham Neighborhood Coalition (Toledo, Ohio)
1978
Box 33, Folder 2Birmingham Neighborhood Coalition (Toledo, Ohio)
1978
Box 11, Folder 12Breathitt County, Kentucky, organizations
2001-2002
Box 11, Folder 3Brown-Dorr-Collingwood Development Corporation & Neighborhood Association
1988-1993
Box 33, Folder 3Calhoun Community Action Agency (Battle Creek, Michigan)
1979
Box 33, Folder 4Calhoun Community Action Agency (Battle Creek, Michigan)
1979
Box 12, Folder 3Canadian organizations
1995-1999
Box 11, Folder 21Cass Corridor Neighborhood Development Corporation (Detroit, Michigan)
1992-1994
Box 30, Folder 13Citizens to Bring Broadway Back (Cleveland, Ohio)
1978
Box 11, Folder 16Community Empowerment Organization of Virginia, I
1995-1996
Box 11, Folder 17Community Empowerment Organization of Virginia, II
1995-1996
Box 11, Folder 18Community Empowerment Organization of Virginia, III (RESTRICTED)
1995-1996
Box 30, Folder 14COPS (Communities Organized for Public Service) San Antonio, Texas
1978
Box 11, Folder 2ETCO (East Toledo Community Development Organization)
1982-1991
Box 33, Folder 5Historic Pullman Foundation (Pullman, Illinois)
1978-1979
Box 33, Folder 6Historic Pullman Foundation (Pullman, Illinois)
1978-1979
Box 11, Folder 15Hurley Community Development (Virginia)
2002
Box 11, Folder 11Letcher County, Kentucky, organizations
1999-2002
Box 11, Folder 20Logan Square Association (Chicago, Illinois)
1993-1997
Box 11, Folder 8Massachusetts Association of Community Development Organizations
1997-2001
Box 30, Folder 15Miscellaneous mid-Atlantic and New England community organizations
1976-2005
Box 11, Folder 10Miscellaneous mid-Atlantic and New England community organizations
1986-1996
Box 12, Folder 1Miscellaneous Midwest organizations
1984-1998
Box 30, Folder 16Miscellaneous Midwest organizations
1978-2004
Box 11, Folder 7Miscellaneous Ohio community organizations
1984-1998
Box 30, Folder 18Miscellaneous Ohio community organizations
1978, 2004
Box 30, Folder 17Miscellaneous southern organizations
1978, 1994
Box 11, Folder 19Miscellaneous southern organizations
1996-1998
Box 12, Folder 2Miscellaneous West Coast organizations
1978-1995
Box 30, Folder 19Miscellaneous West Coast organizations
1976
Box 30, Folder 20Miscellaneous West Coast organizations
1976-1978
Box 11, Folder 9New York (state) organizations
1995-1997
Box 30, Folder 21New York (state) organizations
1977-2005
Box 10, Folder 19North Toledo Sponsoring Committee
1989-1990
Box 10, Folder 25Northriver Development Corporation (Toledo): 3-Year Plan
1984-1989
Box 10, Folder 24Northriver Development Corporation (Toledo): Financial
1991-1995
Box 10, Folder 22Northriver Development Corporation (Toledo): Organizational documents
1984-1997
Box 10, Folder 23Northriver Development Corporation (Toledo): Staff and trustees
1989-1995
Box 11, Folder 1Northriver Development Corporation (Toledo): Strategic Plan
1995
Box 10, Folder 17Ohio CDC Association
1984-1999
Box 27, Folder 18Ohio CDC Association: Newsletter
Jan 1995-Jun 1995
Box 11, Folder 23REACH, Inc. (Detroit, Michigan): Board and staff orientation
1995 Sep 16
Box 11, Folder 24REACH, Inc. (Detroit, Michigan): Miscellaneous
1994-1996
Box 11, Folder 22REACH, Inc. (Detroit, Michigan): Organization assessment
1994 Jun 1
Box 10, Folder 18Rural Action (Athens, Ohio)
1994-1997
Box 10, Folder 16Toledo CDC Alliance
1999-2000
Box 30, Folder 22Toledo Community Foundation, Toledo/Needmor Project
1997-1999
Box 10, Folder 21Toledo Community Organizing Project
1990
Box 11, Folder 4Urban Affairs Center, University of Toledo: General, projects
1990-1998
Box 11, Folder 5Urban Affairs Center, University of Toledo: Grant application to Needmor Fund
1990-1992
Box 11, Folder 6Urban Affairs Center, University of Toledo: Training documents
1990-1992
Box 10, Folder 20Working Group on Neighborhoods (Toledo)
1989-1993
Box 11, Folder 14Virginia Organizing Project
1994-1999
Box 30, Folder 23Virginia Organizing Project
1996-1998

Series 4. Subseries B. Economic development

ContainerDescriptionDate
Box 13, Folder 18Baltimore: Miscellaneous publications
1983-1985
Box 13, Folder 28Chicago, Illinois: miscellaneous publications
1991-1995
Box 14, Folder 1Citizens' Neighborhood Action (Evansville, Illinois)
1982-1983
Box 13, Folder 17Coalition for Low-Income Community Development (Baltimore, Maryland)
1993-1995
Box 15, Folder 5Committee of One Hundred (Toledo, Ohio)
1988-1990
Box 12, Folder 24Connecticut Dept. of Economic Development publications
1985-1986
Box 13, Folder 23Delta Foundation (Greenville, Mississippi): Report to
1974
Box 12, Folder 6Economic development, general: photocopies, offprints
1979-1986
Box 12, Folder 4Economic development, general: publications
1977-1983
Box 12, Folder 5Economic development, general: publications
1984-1991
Box 12, Folder 15Economic development: Conferences, meetings, etc.
1984-2002
Box 12, Folder 11Economic development: Enterprise zones
1989-1993
Box 12, Folder 12Economic development: Enterprise zones, Indianapolis conference
1993 Oct 21-24
Box 12, Folder 13Economic development: Flexible manufacturing networks
1991-1994
Box 12, Folder 8Economic development: Micro-enterprise
1995-1997
Box 12, Folder 7Economic development: Neighborhood planning, land conservation
1981-1988
Box 12, Folder 10Economic development: Non-profit enterprise creation: Miscellaneous articles
1981-1997
Box 12, Folder 9Economic development: Non-profit enterprise creation: The new social entrepreneurs
1996
Box 12, Folder 14Economic development: Privatization
1997
Box 13, Folder 2HART (Hartford Areas Rally Together): Annual report, promotional buttons
1995
Box 13, Folder 13HART: Beckwith notes
1990-1999
Box 13, Folder 7HART: Community Congress
1976-1996
Box 30, Folder 26HART: Community Congress
1999
Box 13, Folder 6HART: Correspondence
1988-2000
Box 13, Folder 3HART: Financial documents
1994-2000
Box 27, Folder 19HART: Frog Hollow neighborhood plan
Mary 1994
Box 13, Folder 9HART: Frog-Hollow Neighborhood Redevelopment Project
1988-1990
Box 13, Folder 8HART: H.O.M.E. Program
1994
Box 13, Folder 10HART: Jobs Center
1996-1999
Box 13, Folder 4HART: Miscellaneous organizational documents
1986-1995
Box 13, Folder 11HART: Newsletters, press releases
1988-1999
Box 13, Folder 12HART: Press clippings
1986-1999
Box 27, Folder 20HART: Proposal for Madison Street Community Center
undated
Box 13, Folder 5HART: Staff, board, meeting agendas
1984-2001
Box 12, Folder 23Hartford: Comprehensive Communities Program; Multifamily housing market analysis; and Neighborhood Revitalization and Reinvestment Task Force
1994-1995
Box 12, Folder 20Hartford: Mt. Auburn Associates economic development reports
1997
Box 12, Folder 22Hartford: Mt. Auburn Associates economic development reports: Proposal--Strategy for the Connecticut Capitol Region Growth Council, Inc.
1996 Sep 9
Box 12, Folder 21Hartford: Mt. Auburn Associates economic development reports: The potential of sector economic development as anti-poverty strategy. Vol. 2, Case studies.
1995
Box 13, Folder 24Institute for Southern Studies: Development with Dignity: an assessment of community economic development in the South
1995
Box 13, Folder 15La Casa de Don Pedro (Newark, New Jersey)
1996-1998
Box 13, Folder 25Louisiana Landmarks Society: Landmarks of New Orleans
1984
Box 12, Folder 17Merrimack Valley Project (Lowell, Massachusetts)
1997-1998
Box 12, Folder 19Metro Hartford Millennium
1997
Box 14, Folder 3Michigan: Miscellaneous publications
1985-1997
Box 14, Folder 6Miscellaneous Midwest, Southwest, Northwest, West, Canada: publications
1981-1998
Box 13, Folder 14Miscellaneous Hartford documents
1987-1992
Box 30, Folder 27Miscellaneous mid-Atlantic and New England organizations
1970-1978
Box 27, Folder 21Miscellaneous mid-Atlantic and New England organizations
1994-1995
Box 27, Folder 22Miscellaneous Midwest organizations
1994
Box 15, Folder 11Miscellaneous Ohio economic development organizations
1984-1997
Box 27, Folder 23Miscellaneous southern organizations
1995
Box 12, Folder 18Naugatuck Valley Project (Waterbury, Connecticut)
1996-1997
Box 12, Folder 16Neighborhood Development Support Collaborative (Boston, Massachusetts)
1988-1989
Box 13, Folder 16New York: Photocopies of City Limits magazines (scattered issues)
1995-1996
Box 13, Folder 22Northampton Housing Trust (Virginia)
1994-1995
Box 13, Folder 16Northside Civic Development Council; Northside Leadership Conference (Pittsburgh, Pa.)
1988-1999
Box 15, Folder 6ONYX (Organized Neighbors Yielding Excellence) (Toledo, Ohio): Newsletter, staff, correspondence, etc.
1994-1997
Box 15, Folder 10ONYX: Miscellaneous strategic planning documents
1995
Box 15, Folder 7ONYX: Strategic plan 1
1995
Box 15, Folder 8ONYX: Strategic plan 2
1995
Box 15, Folder 9ONYX: Strategic plan 3
1995
Box 13, Folder 26Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania: Miscellaneous publications
1982-1987
Box 30, Folder 25Providence, Rhode Island: Federal Hill
1978
Box 13, Folder 27Rogers Park Tenants' Committee (Chicago, Illinois)
1986-1987
Box 13, Folder 19Southern United States: Miscellaneous publications
1994-1995
Box 13, Folder 1Southside Institutions Neighborhood Alliance (Hartford)
1996-1997
Box 14, Folder 5St. Paul, Minnesota: Miscellaneous publications
1982-1984
Box 14, Folder 4St. Paul, Minnesota: Port Authority
1981-1984
Box 14, Folder 16TMACOG (Toledo Metropolitan Area Council of Governments): Transportation Charette 1
1987-1988
Box 14, Folder 17TMACOG (Toledo Metropolitan Area Council of Governments): Transportation Charette 2
1987-1988
Box 14, Folder 18TMACOG: General Assembly, 39th
1988
Box 14, Folder 20TMACOG: Miscellaneous documents and notes
1986-1987
Box 30, Folder 28TMACOG: Miscellaneous publications
1979
Box 14, Folder 19TMACOG: Miscellaneous publications
1986-1988
Box 14, Folder 12Toledo, Ohio: 1992 Charter amendment (Redistricting)
1992
Box 14, Folder 14Toledo, Ohio: Board of Community Relations
1990-1992
Box 15, Folder 1Toledo, Ohio: Central Service Cost Allocation Plan and Indirect Cost Proposal
1991
Box 14, Folder 15Toledo, Ohio: Core City Plan
1978-1988
Box 14, Folder 8Toledo, Ohio: Economic development: Manufacturing, jobs
1985-1997
Box 14, Folder 10Toledo, Ohio: Economic development: miscellaneous press releases and clippings
1987-1988
Box 14, Folder 7Toledo, Ohio: Economic development: Miscellaneous publications
1983-2002
Box 14, Folder 9Toledo, Ohio: Economic development: Tax abatement incentive
1987
Box 30, Folder 24Toledo, Ohio: Economic Opportunity Planning Association of Greater Toledo
1970-1979
Box 15, Folder 4Toledo, Ohio: HUD Community Development Block Grant: correspondence
1992-1993
Box 15, Folder 2Toledo, Ohio: HUD Community Development Block Grant: general
1992-1993
Box 15, Folder 3Toledo, Ohio: HUD Community Development Block Grant: notes, spreadsheets
1992-1993
Box 32, Folder 1Toledo, Ohio: HUD Community Development Block Grant: study documents
2002-2003
Box 14, Folder 13Toledo, Ohio: League of Women Voters debate on 1992 charter amendment
1992
Box 14, Folder 11Toledo, Ohio: Miscellaneous municipal documents
1992-1993
Box 32, Folder 2Toledo, Ohio: Miscellaneous publications
1978-2011
Box 14, Folder 21Toledo, Ohio: Portside Project
1989
Box 14, Folder 22Toledo, Ohio: Portside Project
1990
Box 14, Folder 23Toledo, Ohio: Warehouse District
1986-1988
Box 27, Folder 24War on the poor
1994
Box 14, Folder 2Warren Connor Development Corporation (Detroit, Michigan): Response to New Chrysler City Project
1986-1987
Box 13, Folder 20VESEEHC (Virginia Eastern Shore Economic Empowerment & Housing Corporation): Site visits
1998-1999
Box 13, Folder 21VESEEHC: Miscellaneous documents
1994-1995

Series 4. Subseries C. Environmental organizations

ContainerDescriptionDate
Box 16, Folder 13Center for Health, Environment and Justice: 25 years of citizen activism
2004
Box 16, Folder 1Center for Health, Environment and Justice: Annual report, newsletter
2001-2005
Box 16, Folder 3Center for Health, Environment and Justice: Board and financial
2001-2003
Box 16, Folder 4Center for Health, Environment and Justice: Board and financial
2004
Box 16, Folder 5Center for Health, Environment and Justice: Board and financial
2005
Box 16, Folder 6Center for Health, Environment and Justice: Board and financial
2006
Box 16, Folder 7Center for Health, Environment and Justice: Board and financial
2007
Box 16, Folder 8Center for Health, Environment and Justice: Board and financial
2008
Box 16, Folder 11Center for Health, Environment and Justice: Childproofing Our Communities Campaign
2001-2005
Box 16, Folder 14Center for Health, Environment and Justice: Clippings
2001
Box 16, Folder 10Center for Health, Environment and Justice: Miscellaneous documents
1999-2006
Box 16, Folder 12Center for Health, Environment and Justice: Poison Plastics
2008
Box 16, Folder 9Center for Health, Environment and Justice: Staff and Board: Miscellaneous documents
2004-2006
Box 16, Folder 2Center for Health, Environment and Justice: Strategic planning
2004-2006
Box 15, Folder 12Center for Real Estate Education and Research, Ohio State University: Landfill monographs
1991
Box 15, Folder 22Citizens' Clearinghouse for Hazardous Wastes: Action bulletin (newsletter)
1988-1989
Box 15, Folder 23Citizens' Clearinghouse for Hazardous Wastes: Conferences
1986-1997
Box 27, Folder 25Citizens' Clearinghouse for Hazardous Wastes: Grant applications A-D (arranged by name of organization)
Sep 1995-Oct 1995
Box 27, Folder 26Citizens' Clearinghouse for Hazardous Wastes: Grant applications E-N (arranged by name of organization)
Sep 1995-Oct 1995
Box 27, Folder 27Citizens' Clearinghouse for Hazardous Wastes: Grant applications O-Z (arranged by name of organization)
Sep 1995-Oct 1995
Box 15, Folder 21Citizens' Clearinghouse for Hazardous Wastes: Miscellaneous documents
1983-1998
Box 15, Folder 24Citizens' Clearinghouse for Hazardous Wastes: Miscellaneous publications
1985-1988
Box 15, Folder 25Citizens' Clearinghouse for Hazardous Wastes: Miscellaneous publications
1989-1992
Box 15, Folder 20Citizens' Clearinghouse for Hazardous Wastes: Training and organizing documents
1986-1996
Box 16, Folder 23Environment and race publications
1989-1995
Box 16, Folder 15Everyone's Backyard (newsletter for CCHW, later CHEJ)
1983-1987
Box 16, Folder 16Everyone's Backyard (newsletter for CCHW, later CHEJ)
1988-1990
Box 16, Folder 17Everyone's Backyard (newsletter for CCHW, later CHEJ)
1991-1992
Box 16, Folder 18Everyone's Backyard (newsletter for CCHW, later CHEJ)
1993-1997
Box 27, Folder 28Everyone's Backyard (newsletter for CCHW, later CHEJ)
1994-1995
Box 16, Folder 19Everyone's Backyard (newsletter for CCHW, later CHEJ)
1998-1999
Box 16, Folder 20Everyone's Backyard (newsletter for CCHW, later CHEJ)
2002-2008
Box 15, Folder 13Greenpeace
1989
Box 16, Folder 21Miscellaneous environmental organizations: Newsletters, flyers, correspondence
1978-1990
Box 16, Folder 22Miscellaneous environmental organizations: Newsletters, flyers, correspondence
1991-2002
Box 27, Folder 29Miscellaneous environmental organizations: newsletters, flyers, correspondence
1993-1995
Box 27, Folder 30National Toxics Campaign: Some reflections
undated
Box 15, Folder 14Oak Openings Region, Greenspace Initiative
1990-1998
Box 15, Folder 15PAHLS (People Against Hazardous Landfill Sites)
1988-1990
Box 15, Folder 16STOP (South Toledoans Ousting Pollution): Office documents, grant proposals, mailing lists
1987
Box 15, Folder 18STOP: Correspondence
1987
Box 15, Folder 17STOP: Jennison-Wright court case
1987
Box 15, Folder 19STOP: Remedial Investigation Reports
1987

Series 4. Subseries D. Housing

ContainerDescriptionDate
Box 17, Folder 30Affordable housing development monographs
1991-1995
Box 32, Folder 3Affordable housing development monographs
1975-1978
Box 18, Folder 11American Friends' Service Committee: Kind of tough living here :a report on bad rural housing...
1976
Box 18, Folder 8Center on Budget and Policy Priorities: A place to call home: the low income housing crisis in 44 major metropolitan areas
1992
Box 18, Folder 15CHAPA (Citizens' Housing and Planning Association) (Boston, Massachusetts)
1994-1995
Box 18, Folder 2CHDO (Community Housing Development Organization) Success Stories
1994
Box 18, Folder 12Chicago Rehab Network
1981
Box 27, Folder 31Coalition on Homelessness and Housing in Ohio: correspondence
14 Apr 1995
Box 17, Folder 26Coalition on Homelessness and Housing in Ohio: Miscellaneous publications
1995-1997
Box 17, Folder 25Coalition on Homelessness and Housing in Ohio: Newsletters
1995-1999
Box 17, Folder 27Collingwood Springs Redevelopment Corporation (Ohio)
1987-1989
Box 17, Folder 21Columbus (Ohio) Coalition for the Homeless
1994-1995
Box 17, Folder 22Columbus (Ohio) Public Housing Action Council
1986-1987
Box 17, Folder 17Fair Housing Center (Toledo, Ohio)
1994-1996
Box 27, Folder 32Fannie Mae Foundation: publications
1993-1995
Box 27, Folder 33Geographic distribution of HUD assisted housing
1993
Box 18, Folder 9Guide to the Title 6 Program
1993
Box 18, Folder 1Habitat for Humanity
1996-1997
Box 18, Folder 16Homeless and Housing Coalition of Kentucky
1994-1996
Box 17, Folder 18Homeless Awareness Project (Toledo, Ohio)
1994-1995
Box 17, Folder 31Housing and Housing Trust Fund resources
1983-1999
Box 18, Folder 14Housing Comes First! (St. Louis, Missouri): Financial and grants
1996-1999
Box 18, Folder 13Housing Comes First! (St. Louis, Missouri): General
1998-1999
Box 32, Folder 4Housing Comes First! (St. Louis, Missouri): correspondence
1998-1999
Box 17, Folder 13Housing Plan for Toledo; Toledo Land Bank
1990-1991
Box 17, Folder 23Housing policy recommendations for the Cleveland Metropolitan area
1990
Box 17, Folder 14Housing Policy Taskforce; Lucas County Community Housing Improvement Strategy
1989-1994
Box 27, Folder 34Housing Trust Fund Project: News
Oct 1994-May 1995
Box 32, Folder 5HUD (U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Development): Binder documents 1
1977-1978
Box 32, Folder 6HUD (U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Development): Binder documents 2
1977-1978
Box 32, Folder 7HUD (U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Development): Expanded profiles
1978
Box 32, Folder 8HUD (U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Development): General
1977-1978
Box 32, Folder 9HUD (U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Development): General
1978
Box 18, Folder 3HUD (U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Development): General
1995-1998
Box 32, Folder 10HUD (U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Development): Notes on individuals, groups, programs
1978
Box 17, Folder 16Lagrange Development Corporation, Village Council (Toledo, Ohio)
1996-1997
Box 17, Folder 10Lucas Metropolitan Housing Authority (Ohio), Toledo Housing Advisory Commission, Toledo Department of Housing Block Grants
1992-1997
Box 18, Folder 19Miscellaneous non-Ohio housing organizations
1983-1999
Box 32, Folder 11Miscellaneous non-Ohio housing organizations
1974-2003
Box 27, Folder 35Miscellaneous non-Ohio housing organizations
1995
Box 17, Folder 32Miscellaneous Ohio housing organizations
1988-1997
Box 18, Folder 10National Affordable Housing Act of 1990
1990
Box 32, Folder 12Neighborhood Housing Services of Buffalo, New York
undated
Box 17, Folder 24Neighborhood Housing Services of Hamilton, Ohio
1993-1994
Box 17, Folder 15Neighborhood Housing Services of Toledo
1989
Box 17, Folder 29Northwestern Ohio Building and Construction Trades Council
1989
Box 17, Folder 20Ohio Capital Corporation for Housing
1994-1996
Box 17, Folder 28Ohio Department of Development
1991
Box 17, Folder 19Ohio Housing Trust Fund
1992-1995
Box 18, Folder 19Public Housing Residents' National Organizing Campaign: Housing matters (newsletter)
1997-1999
Box 18, Folder 4Rehab Work Group, Enterprise Foundation
1988-1991
Box 18, Folder 5Rural America (Organization): Of the people, by the people, for the people: cooperative housing for rural America
1979
Box 18, Folder 6Rural American (Organization): Miscellaneous short publications
1978-1980
Box 32, Folder 13Toledo housing: general
1990-1991
Box 17, Folder 15Toledo Housing Report
1990
Box 17, Folder 2Toledo Housing Trust Fund Study Commission: Correspondence
1990-1991
Box 17, Folder 3Toledo Housing Trust Fund Study Commission: Draft proposal and feedback
1991
Box 17, Folder 4Toledo Housing Trust Fund Study Commission: Final report, legislation, press releases
1991-1992
Box 17, Folder 1Toledo Housing Trust Fund Study Commission: Meeting minutes, membership
1989-1990
Box 17, Folder 12Toledo land development standards
1983
Box 17, Folder 11Toledo land documents and property transfer information
1989-1994
Box 17, Folder 9Toledo-Lucas County Housing Trust Fund: Application form, comments, applicants
1992-1995
Box 17, Folder 5Toledo-Lucas County Housing Trust Fund: Board, correspondence, incorporation documents
1992-1995
Box 17, Folder 8Toledo-Lucas County Housing Trust Fund: Market-Demand Survey
1993-1994
Box 17, Folder 6Toledo-Lucas County Housing Trust Fund: Meetings, minutes
1993-1995
Box 17, Folder 7Toledo-Lucas County Housing Trust Fund: Miscellaneous documents, notes, clippings
1988-1992
Box 18, Folder 7Trust for Public Land
1981-1983
Box 18, Folder 17UHAB (Urban Homesteading Assistance Board) (New York, New York)
1979-1980
Box 18, Folder 18Washington (State): Housing Advocacy resources
1996-1997

Series 4. Subseries E. Transportation

ContainerDescriptionDate
Box 19, Folder 52010 Transportation Plan (TMACOG)
1987
Box 32, Folder 14COSTS (Calgarians Organized for Sane Transportation Solutions) Alberta, Canada
1978
Box 19, Folder 14Federal Transit Administration: Federal Register
2000 May 25
Box 19, Folder 13Federal transportation resources
1978-2002
Box 19, Folder 10Miscellaneous transportation organizations 1
1997-2002
Box 19, Folder 11Miscellaneous transportation organizations 2
1997-2002
Box 19, Folder 6New Jersey transportation initiative
2002
Box 19, Folder 8ROVER (Vermont transportation program): Grant application
2000-2003
Box 18, Folder 23TEN (Transportation Equity Network): Group notes, meeting agendas
1998-2001
Box 18, Folder 26TEN (Transportation Equity Network): Letters
1997-2002
Box 19, Folder 2TEN (Transportation Equity Network): Meeting pt. 1
2000 Apr 25-26
Box 19, Folder 3TEN (Transportation Equity Network): Meeting pt. 2
2000 Apr 25-26
Box 18, Folder 27TEN (Transportation Equity Network): Memos, etc.
1997
Box 18, Folder 28TEN (Transportation Equity Network): Memos, etc.
1998
Box 18, Folder 29TEN (Transportation Equity Network): Memos, etc.
1999-2002
Box 18, Folder 30TEN (Transportation Equity Network): Miscellaneous notes
1997-1998
Box 18, Folder 24TEN (Transportation Equity Network): Policy documents 1
1997-2003
Box 18, Folder 25TEN (Transportation Equity Network): Policy documents 2
1997-2003
Box 19, Folder 1TEN (Transportation Equity Network): Roundtable
1999 Jul 13-14
Box 18, Folder 31TEN (Transportation Equity Network): Transportation conference
1998 May
Box 19, Folder 4Transportation Research Board (Toledo, Ohio)
1986-1998
Box 19, Folder 12Transportation-related articles and clippings
1997-1999
Box 18, Folder 20Urban Affairs Center, University of Toledo: Transportation Information Project
2000
Box 18, Folder 21Urban Affairs Center, University of Toledo: Transportation Information Study: Getting on Track
2000 May 22
Box 18, Folder 22Urban Affairs Center, University of Toledo: Transportation Information Study: Getting on Track
2000 Sep 10
Box 19, Folder 9Vermont Transportation Advisory Committee
2003
Box 19, Folder 7Vermont transportation resources
2002

Series 4. Subseries F. Labor, jobs, welfare

ContainerDescriptionDate
Box 27, Folder 36American's War on Poverty: Discussion and Viewer's guide to the PBS series
1995
Box 19, Folder 20Jobs: General resources
1979-1997
Box 19, Folder 18Jobs: Good Jobs! Partnership (Connecticut)
1998-1999
Box 19, Folder 19Jobs: Miscellaneous organizations
1979-1998
Box 19, Folder 22Jobs: Miscellaneous publications
1979-1984
Box 19, Folder 21Jobs: Report: Jobs and the urban poor, v. 2, case studies
1995 Nov
Box 19, Folder 15Labor: Citizens' Coal Council
1995-1999
Box 19, Folder 25Labor: Corporate issues (legal-size folder)
1996-1998
Box 19, Folder 16Labor: Farm Labor Organizing Committee
1991-1998
Box 32, Folder 15Labor: Farm Labor Organizing Committee
2004
Box 19, Folder 17Labor: Organized labor
1986-1997
Box 19, Folder 24Welfare reform and advocacy
1997-2001
Box 19, Folder 23Welfare: General clippings and articles
1997-1998
Box 20, Folder 1Welfare: Livin' high off the hog: welfare reform in Knox County, Ohio
1998 May
Box 20, Folder 2Welfare: Miscellaneous publications
1998-2000

Series 4. Subseries G. Race, Ethnic and Gender Issues

ContainerDescriptionDate
Box 20, Folder 7Center for Third World Organizing: miscellaneous documents
1982-1999
Box 32, Folder 17Center for Third World Organizing: miscellaneous documents
2005
Box 20, Folder 8Center for Third World Organizing: Third Force magazine
1996-1997
Box 26X, Folder 5Civil rights directory
1981
Box 20, Folder 10Hispanic resources
1990-1999
Box 20, Folder 9Indigenous people resources
1996-2001
Box 20, Folder 3Race: Can't we all just get along? (videorecording)
1993
Box 20, Folder 4Race: Can't we all just get along? (program notes and manual)
1994-1997
Box 20, Folder 6Race: Miscellaneous resources
1997-1999
Box 32, Folder 16Race: Miscellaneous resources
1971-2004
Box 20, Folder 5Race: Toledo Bar Association, Board of Community Relations
1997
Box 20, Folder 12Women: Resources
1981-1998
Box 20, Folder 11Youth policy newsletter (Youth Policy Institute)
1987

Series 4. Subseries H. Legal, consumer, tax reform, veterans, voters

ContainerDescriptionDate
Box 20, Folder 24ABLE (Advocates for Basic Legal Equality)
1985-1999
Box 20, Folder 19bABLE (Advocates for Basic Legal Equality): Housing issues
1985
Box 20, Folder 13Accessible design resources
1978-1980
Box 20, Folder 18Clearinghouse review (legal services journal)
1979-1980
Box 20, Folder 19aClearinghouse review (legal services journal)
1980-1981
Box 20, Folder 16Community Legal Education: Some Observations and Materials (Michigan Legal Services)
1979 Jun
Box 32, Folder 18Consumer resources
1978
Box 20, Folder 20Consumer resources
1979-1998
Box 20, Folder 17Legal services: miscellaneous resources
1978-1998
Box 20, Folder 21Public Citizen: miscellaneous publications
1978-1998
Box 20, Folder 22Social justice, citizen involvement resources
1978-1997
Box 20, Folder 23Social justice: MOM (Mothers on the Move)
1999-2001
Box 32, Folder 19State Voices (Virginia Civic Engagement)
2008-2009
Box 20, Folder 15Tax reform, insurance reform resources
1979-1998
Box 32, Folder 20Veterans for Peace
2009
Box 20, Folder 14Voter registration, campaign reform, community policing resources
1980-1996
Box 32, Folder 21Voting, elections
2008

Series 4. Subseries I. Children, Youth, Family and Education

ContainerDescriptionDate
Box 21, Folder 6ACES (Association for Children for Enforcement of Support, inc.): Child Support Payment Corp.
2002
Box 21, Folder 2ACES (Association for Children for Enforcement of Support, inc.): Financial
1987-1997
Box 21, Folder 5ACES (Association for Children for Enforcement of Support, inc.): Newsletter and clippings
1988-1997
Box 21, Folder 1ACES (Association for Children for Enforcement of Support, inc.): Organizational
1985-2003
Box 21, Folder 3ACES (Association for Children for Enforcement of Support, inc.): Outreach and programs
1987-2003
Box 32, Folder 22ACES (Association for Children for Enforcement of Support, inc.): Outreach and programs
1995
Box 21, Folder 4aACES (Association for Children for Enforcement of Support, inc.): Staff
1987-2003
Box 21, Folder 8ACES (Association for Children for Enforcement of Support, inc.): Statebook
1988
Box 21, Folder 4bACES (Association for Children for Enforcement of Support, inc.) : The Gerri Jensen story [script]
1994
Box 21, Folder 7ACES (Association for Children for Enforcement of Support, inc.): Videotapes (VHS)
1992-1995
Box 27, Folder 37Alliance Organizing Project: Job announcement
5 Jun 1995
Box 22, Folder 1Chapin Hall Center for Children: Publications
1994
Box 21, Folder 18Detroit Neighborhood and Family Initiative: Back to Basics Partnership
1994-1997
Box 21, Folder 11Detroit Neighborhood and Family Initiative: Bylaws, mission statement, organizational documents
1995-1996
Box 21, Folder 17Detroit Neighborhood and Family Initiative: Community Foundation for Southeastern Michigan summer intern final report
1995 Aug 25
Box 21, Folder 16Detroit Neighborhood and Family Initiative: Economic development monographs
1995
Box 21, Folder 12Detroit Neighborhood and Family Initiative: Executive director search (RESTRICTED)
1995
Box 21, Folder 13Detroit Neighborhood and Family Initiative: Ford Foundation documents
1996
Box 21, Folder 19Detroit Neighborhood and Family Initiative: Grantee conference
1995 Oct 26-28
Box 21, Folder 14Detroit Neighborhood and Family Initiative: Medical training employment initiative
1995
Box 21, Folder 15Detroit Neighborhood and Family Initiative: Meeting agendas
1995 Sep-Dec.
Box 21, Folder 20Detroit Neighborhood and Family Initiative: Publications
1992-1996
Box 21, Folder 21Detroit Neighborhood and Family Initiative: Publications
1997
Box 22, Folder 7Education monograph: Ah-hah! A new approach to popular education
1983
Box 22, Folder 4Harvest America Corporation: financial documents
1994-1995
Box 22, Folder 3Harvest America Corporation: organizational documents
1994-1995
Box 21, Folder 22MADD (Mothers Against Drunk Driving): Organizational documents
n.d.
Box 22, Folder 5Miscellaneous child, youth and family resources
1991-2000
Box 32, Folder 23Miscellaneous child, youth and family resources
1997, 2004
Box 22, Folder 8Miscellaneous education resources
1991-1993
Box 22, Folder 9Miscellaneous education resources
1998
Box 22, Folder 2Mountain Mentors
1998
Box 22, Folder 6New Ohio Institute (Education research institute)
1997-1999
Box 21, Folder 9aStand for Children (Washington, D.C.): Building a voice for children and families [videocassette]
n.d.
Box 21, Folder 9bStand for Children (Washington, D.C.): Children's action team training
1997
Box 21, Folder 10Stand for Children (Washington, D.C.): Miscellaneous documents
1998
Box 21, Folder 23Youth Today [newsletter]: v.5, no. 4
1996 July-Aug.
Box 21, Folder 24Youth Today [newsletter]: v.8, no. 3, 6
1999 Mar, Jun
Box 21, Folder 25Youth Today [newsletter]: v.8, no. 7-8
1996 Jul-Aug
Box 32, Folder 24ZAPPA (Zancudo Asociacion para Proteger Animales): Costa Rican animal welfare organization
2000-2003

Series 4. Subseries J. Healthcare

ContainerDescriptionDate
Box 22, Folder 10Alliance for the Mentally Ill of Ohio
1986-1987
Box 22, Folder 14Lucas County Mental Health Board
1991-1992
Box 22, Folder 15Lucas County Mental Health System
1991-1993
Box 22, Folder 18Miscellaneous health care resources
1995-1998
Box 27, Folder 38Miscellaneous publications and flyers
1995
Box 22, Folder 12Ohio Family Coalition for the Mentally Ill: general and budget
1983-1986
Box 22, Folder 13Ohio Family Coalition for the Mentally Ill: Project Empowerment grant proposals
1984-1987
Box 22, Folder 17Planned Parenthood (various chapters)
1997-1999
Box 22, Folder 16Primary Healthcare for All Taskforce
2002
Box 22, Folder 11The Access Project
1999

Series 4. Subseries K. Church-based

ContainerDescriptionDate
Box 22, Folder 19Call to Renewal (Interfaith: Christian)
1996-1997
Box 32, Folder 25Catholic resources
1975
Box 22, Folder 25Catholic and Jewish resources
1986-1999
Box 22, Folder 23Christian Community Development Association; Christian Economic Coalition
1994-1998
Box 23, Folder 6Church-related organizing: general articles
1987-1996
Box 23, Folder 2Episcopal, Lutheran, Presbyterian, Baptist, Unitarian
1985-1998
Box 22, Folder 20ICARE (Interchurch Coalition for Action, Reconciliation, and Empowerment) (Interfaith: Christian)
1997-1999
Box 22, Folder 24Miscellaneous interfaith resources
1986-1998
Box 32, Folder 26Miscellaneous interfaith resources
2004
Box 22, Folder 21MTCU (Metro-Toledo Churches United) (Interfaith: Christian)
1986-1997
Box 22, Folder 22SCUPE (Seminary Consortium for Urban Pastoral Education) (Interfaith: Christian)
1996
Box 22, Folder 26Sisters of Charity Ministry: General and financial documents
1997-2000
Box 22, Folder 27Sisters of Charity Ministry: Price Hill Initiative
1999-2000
Box 23, Folder 1Sisters of Charity Ministry: Price Hill Initiative final report
2000
Box 23, Folder 3UCC Calendar of prayer
1995-1996
Box 23, Folder 5UCC miscellaneous documents
1987-1999
Box 23, Folder 4UCC Samaritan Project
1989-1990
Box 32, Folder 27Unitarian Church
2002

Series 5. Underground and counter-culture publications and newsletters, 1946-1975

Monographs

ContainerDescriptionDate
Box 23, Folder 28Black power
1968
Box 23, Folder 21Capitalism, taxation and labor
1967-1970
Box 32, Folder 28Capitalism, taxation and labor
1969
Box 23, Folder 33China, North Korea, Indonesia
1946-1970
Box 23, Folder 23Communism, socialism and Marxism
1968
Box 23, Folder 24Draft resistance, war protests and military
1968-1970
Box 32, Folder 29Draft resistance, war protests and military
1970
Box 23, Folder 27Education and universities
1964-1968
Box 32, Folder 30Education and universities
1968-1969
Box 23, Folder 30Europe and Africa
1968-1969
Box 23, Folder 20General political, radicalism and imperialism
ca. 1966
Box 32, Folder 31General political, radicalism and imperialism
1968-1969
Box 23, Folder 31Israel and Palestine
1969-1970
Box 23, Folder 29Latin America
1963-1969
Box 23, Folder 22Market economy, big business
1966-1968
Box 23, Folder 25Poverty and welfare
1966-1970
Box 23, Folder 32Vietnam
1968-1970
Box 23, Folder 26Women's movement
1964-1969

Journals

ContainerDescriptionDate
Box 24X, Folder 3Arab World (May-Jun. 1970); ISRAC (1970, no. 2); Palestine Resistance Bulletin (no. 1, 3); Free Palestine (v. 2, no. 1, 3. 6); Counterdraft (v. 2, no. 4); War Behind Walls (Sept. 1971)
1969-1971
Box 26X, Folder 1Caw! (no. 1-3)
1968
Box 32, Folder 32China Reconstructs (May 1970, March 1971, Feb. 1973)
1971-1973
Box 25X, Folder 3Common Sense (v. ?, no. 7); New Unity (v. 1, no. 1); New York Free Press (v. 1, no. 37); Philadelphia Free Press (v. 4, no. 11); Great Speckled Bird (v. 4, no. 32); Right On (v. 1, no. 2)
1968-1971
Box 24X, Folder 5Juche (1965?); Rising Up Angry (v. 2, no. 2; v. 3, no. 2)
1965-1971
Box 24X, Folder 4Leviathan (v. 1, no. 8-9)
1970
Box 25X, Folder 1Liberated Guardian (4 Jan., 19 Oct., 25 Nov., 14 Dec., 1970; June 1971)
1970-1971
Box 25X, Folder 6Mole (Dec. 1970-Jan. 1971); Pulp (v. 1, no. 2)
1968-1971
Box 25X, Folder 2Muhammad Speaks (v. 10, no. 10, 20); SDS New Left Notes (25 Oct. 1968; 15 Jan. 1969)
1968-1969
Box 24X, Folder 2No More Fun and Games (no. 2); Battle Acts (v. 1, no. 1, 7); Fatigue Press (30 Jul. 1970); Tricontinental (no. 43); Mar y Pesca (no. 44)
1969-1971
Box 26X, Folder 3Off the Wall Street Journal (satire)
1983
Box 25X, Folder 4Old Mole (no. 13, 16-17)
1968-1970
Box 25X, Folder 5Old Mole (no. 18, 40, 43-45)
1968-1970
Box 32, Folder 33Old Mole Strike Special (11 April 1968)
1968
Box 25X, Folder 7Progressive Labor (v. 6, no. 5); New Leaf (v. 1, no. 5-6)
1968-1970
Box 26X, Folder 2Rat (no. 15-16, 20, 24 and [unnumb.] )
1970-1971
Box 24X, Folder 1Resistance (v. 2, no. 2); New Foundation (no. 6); Advocate (1975?); Small Arms (no. 1,4)
1968-1975
Box 24X, Folder 6Young Worker (v. 2, no. 5); People's News Service (no. 20); Peking Review (no. 17); 99th Bummer (no. 2); World Magazine (no. 13); Carbunkle Review (v. 1, issue 3); Patriot (v. 1, no. 1); South Vietnam in Struggle (3rd year, no. 49; 5th year, no. 91); Mobareze (v. 1, no. 2)
1969-1971