Minutes (administrative records)
Found in 100 Collections and/or Records:
The records consist of files of the Burns-Jackson Corporation, and include the articles of incorporation, meeting minutes, correspondence, clippings, publications, and working papers of a group formed in 1965 to restore and preserve the Oregon District/Burns-Jackson area of Dayton, Ohio.
Records consist of minutes, by-laws, National Labor Relations Bureau (NLRB) rulings, negotiations and agreements, financial records, and correspondence.
This collection documents the Challenge ’95 Project of Wright State University’s Center for Urban Planning and Public Affairs. It includes minutes, reports, forums and surveys from various subcommittees. Directories and Correspondence are also of interest to the researcher. There also is media with this collection including still photographs, audio and video of the sessions that took place from 1989-1991.
Records consist of Board meeting minutes, financial reports, annual reports, clippings, photographs, and historical materials. The Child Guidance Center operated as a mental health facility for children and was affiliated with St. Elizabeth's Hospital and Sinclair College.
Records consist of minutes of monthly membership meetings, minutes of the National Executive Board of the CWA annual convention, Advisory Board reports, contracts, photographs, various informational pamphlets, and strike literature. Local 4322 is based in Dayton.
Crim was a local teacher and school administrator who served as Superintendent of the Montgomery County Schools. His papers consist of meeting minutes for the Montgomery County School Board and the Montgomery Joint Vocational School Board, and various statistical reports and studies relating to local schools.