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GBC Series XIII, group 14

Greater Baltimore Committee (GBC)

Series XIII - Group 14.


Box 8.
 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT SUBCOMMITTEE
9. CORRESPONDENCE 1968
10. LEADERSHIP SEMINAR 1969-1970
11. LEADERSHIP SEMINAR 1968-1969
12. LEADERSHIP SEMINAR 1970
13. LEADERSHIP SEMINAR 1970
14. TRANSCRIPTS OF MEETING
18. CONSOLIDATED FOOD MARKET STEERING COMMITTEE
21. DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE B&O/C&O MERGER
22. NEW FEDERAL COURTHOUSE 1969-72
23. SMC: A STATEMENT OF CAPABILITIES;A COMPREHENSIVE INFORMATION COMMUNICATION SYSTEM;A SYSTEMS APPROACH TO COURTHOUSE SECURITY
24. NEW FEDERAL COURTHOUSE 1969-72
25. STATE FINANCIAL ASSISTANCES TO THE COURTS;SPACE REQUIREMENTS REPORT:SUPREME BENCH OF BALTIMORE CITY

Box 9. 
1. FINANCIAL STATEMENTS:1965-1967
2. FINANCIAL STATEMENTS:1968-1972
3. REPORT OF THE DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE
4. POST OFFICE & COURT HOUSE BLUEPRINTS - 1961
5. EDUCATION SUBCOMMITTEE 

Box 10.
8. REPORT ON THE TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM
9. PLANNING CORRESPONDENCE: 1967-1971;1972
10. CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM BUDGET 1972-1977
11. IDBC'S BUDGET 1/22/1971
12. PLANNING COUNCIL, 1967-1972

Box12. 
1. TRANSIT HEARING-HOUSE WAYS AND MEANS 3/30-1 P.M.
2. TRANSPORTATION SUBCOMMITTEE CORRESP., 1971-73
3. TRANSPORTATION SUBCOMMITTEE HIGHWAY REPORTS:Folder 1 & Folder 2
4. TRANSPORTATION SUBCOMMITTEE CORRESP. RE: 3-A INTERSTATE: Folders 1 & 2
5. TRANSPORTATION SUBCOMMITTEE CITY COUNCIL HEARINGS 1/27/72:Folder 1 & 2
6. TRANSPORTAION SUBCOMMITTEE CITY COUNCIL HEARING, 6/21/73
7. TRANSPORTATION SUBCOMMITTEE FORT MCHENRY-1971
8. TRANSPORTATION SUBCOMMITTEE MOVEMENT AGAINST DESTRUCTION (MAD) Folder 1 & Folder 2
9. TRANSPORTATION SUBCOMMITTEE MD D.O.T. 1972
10. TRANSPORTATION SUBCOMMITTEE PAN AM WORLD AIRWAYS 1973-74
11. TRANSPORTATION SUBCOMMITTEE J. JOSEPH PASSANNEAU
12. UNITED FUND-CICHA MINUTES:1973-1974
13. UNITED FUND-CICHA CORRESPONDENCE: FOLDER 1 & FOLDER 2
14. UNITED FUND/CICHA SIGNING FRIDAY, JULY 26-2 1:30 P.M. GOVERNOR'S OFFICE, BALTIMORE
15. UNITED FUND/CICHA QUESTIONNAIRE RESPONSES
16. URBAN DEV. ASSIST. PROJECT (BJC):Folders 1234
17. URBAN RENEWAL PRESS RELEASES
18. URBAN RENEWAL SUBCOMMITTEE

Box13. READER FILES
1. APRIL-MAY 1960
2. JUNE-JULY 1960
3. AUGUST 1960
4. SEPTEMBER 1-2123-30, 1960
5. OCTOBER 3-1417-31,1960
6. NOVEMBER 1960
7. DECEMBER 1960
8. JANUARY 1961
9. FEBRUARY 1961
10. MARCH 1-1415-30,1961
11. APRIL 1-1417-28,1961
12. MAY 2-1617-31, 1961
13. JUNE 1-23;26-30,1961
14. JULY - AUGUST 1961
15. SEPTEMBER 1-2125-30,1961
16. OCTOBER 2-1316-31, 1961
17. NOVEMBER 1-1415-30, 1961
18. DECEMBER 1-1819-31,1961
19. JANUARY 1962
20. FEBRUARY 1-8;8-912-28, 1962
21. APRIL 1-66-1717-30, 1962
22. SEPTEMBER 6-1417-28,1962
23. NOVEMBER 1-14;15-2326-30,1962

Box 14. READER FILES
1. JANUARY 2-1617-31, 1963
2. MARCH 1-15;18-29,1963
3. APRIL 1-19;22-30,1963
4. MAY 1-1920-31,1963
5. AUGUST 1963
6. SEPTEMBER 1-18;19-30,1963
7. OCTOBER 1-1011-31, 1963
8. DECEMBER 2-1011-31, 1963
9. JANUARY 1964
10. FEBRUARY 1964
11. MARCH 1964
12. APRIL 1964
13. MAY 1-15;18-28, 1964
14. JUNE 1-15;16-30, 1964
15. JULY 1-2021-31,1964
16. AUGUST 1964
17. SEPTEMBER 1-1115-30, 1964
18. OCTOBER 1964
19. NOVEMBER 1964
20. DECEMBER 1964

Box 15. READER FILES
1. JAN. 1967
2. FEB. 1967
3. MARCH 1-516-31, 1967
4. APRIL 1967
5. MAY 1967
6. JAN. 1968
7. FEBRUARY 1-1515-29. 1968 
8. MARCH 1968
9. APRIL 1968
10.MAY 1968
11. JUNE 1-1415-28, 1968 
12. JULY 2-2222-31, 1968
13. AUGUST 1-2020-31, 1968
14. SEPTEMBER 3-1819-30,1968
15. OCTOBER 1-99-30, 1968
16. NOVEMBER 1-1919-29,1968
17. DECEMBER 1968 

Box 16. READER FILES
1. JANUARY 2-1617-31, 1969
2. FEB. 1-1920-28, 1969
3. MARCH 3-14,10-1818-31, 1969
4. APRIL 1-1616-30, 1969
5. MAY 1-1516-31, 1969
6. JUNE 1969
7. JULY 1969
8. AUGUST 1-812-29, 1969
9. SEPTEMBER 2-1215-2323-30, 1969
10. OCTOBER 1-1717-31, 1969
11. NOVEMBER 3-1314-28, 1969
12. DECEMBER 1-1115-31, 1969

Box 17. READER FILES
1. JANUARY 2-1515-31, 1970
2. FEBRUARY 3-2020-28, 1970
3. MARCH 2-1212-31, 1970
4. APRIL 1-2020-30, 1970
5. MAY 1-1818-28, 1970
6. JUNE 1-1212-2323-30, 1970
7. JULY 1-1515-2727-31, 1970
8. AUGUST 3-2525-31, 1970
9. SEPTEMBER 1-1717-30, 1970 
10. OCTOBER 1-1616-30, 1970
11. NOVEMBER 1-1313-30, 1970
12. DECEMBER 1-1414-31, 1970
13 . JANUARY 4-2020-29, 1971
14. FEBRUARY 1-1010-26, 1971
15. MARCH 1-1818-31,1971
16. APRIL 1-1616-30, 1971
17. MAY 4-1011-28, 1971
18. JUNE 1-1616-30, 1971
19. JULY 1-1414-30, 1971

Box 18. READER FILES
1. AUGUST 16-31, 1971
2. AUGUST 1-12, 1971
3. SEPTEMBER 1971
4. OCTOBER 15-31, 1971
5. OCTOBER 1-14, 1971
6. NOVEMBER 15-30, 1971
7. NOVEMBER 1-12, 1971
8. DECEMBER 1971
9. January 3-1919-31, 1972
10. February1-910-28, 1972 
11. March 1-1315-31, 1972
12. April 3-1212-28, 1972
13. May 1-1112-31, 1972
14. June 1-13,13- 30, 1972
15. July 3-1717-31, 1972
16. August 1-1821-31, 1972 
17. September 1-2020-29,1972
18. October 2-1313-2424-31, 1972
19. November 1-99-2020-30, 1972
20. December 1972 

Box 19. READER FILES
1. JANUARY 2-1616-31, 1973
2. FEBRUARY 1-99-28, 1973
3. MARCH 1-1414-31, 1973
4. APRIL 3-1718-30, 1973
5. MAY 1-1717-31, 1973
6. JUNE 1973
7. JULY 2-1717-31, 1973
8. AUGUST 1973
9. SEPTEMBER 5-1818-28, 1973
10. OCTOBER 1-1919-31, 1973
11. NOVEMBER 1-1313-1515-30, 1973
12. DECEMBER 4-1717-28, 1973
13. JANUARY 2-1415-31, 1974
14. FEBRUARY 1-1313-28, 1974
15. MARCH 1-1818-29, 1974
16. APRIL 2-1616-30, 1974
17. MAY 1-2121-31, 1974
18. JUNE 1-1414-28, 1974
19. JULY 1-1919-30, 1974
20. AUGUST 1-1213-27, 1974
21. SEPTEMBER 1974:part 1part 2

Box 20. READER FILES
1. OCTOBER 1974: part 1part 2
2. NOVEMBER 1974: part 1part 2
3. DECEMBER 1974: part 1part 2
4. JANUARY 1975: part 1part 2
5. FEBRUARY 1975: part 1part 2part 3
6. MARCH 1975: part 1part 2part 3
7. APRIL 1975: part 1part 2part 3
8. MAY 1975: part 1part 2
9. JUNE 1975: part 1part 2part 3
10. JULY 1975: part 1part 2part 3
11. AUGUST 1975: part 1part 2
12. SEPTEMBER 1975: part 1part 2part 3
13. OCTOBER 1975: part 1part 2
14. NOVEMBER 1975: part 1part 2part 3
15. DECEMBER 1975: part 1part 2part 3

Box 21. READER FILES 
1. JAN. 1976: part 1part 2part 3
2. FEB. 1976: part 1part 2part 3
3. MARCH 1976: part 1part 2part 3
4. APRIL 1976: part 1part 2
5. MAY 1976: part 1part 2part 3part 4
6. JUNE 1976: part 1part 2part 3
7. JULY 1976: part 1part 2part 3
8. AUG. 1976: part 1part 2,
9. SEPT. 1976: part 1part 2part 3
10. OCT. 1976: part 1part 2part 3
11. NOV. 1976: part 1part 2part 3
12. DEC. 1976: part 1part 2part 3
13. JAN. 1977: part 1part 2part 3
14. FEB. 1977: part 1part 2part 3
15. MARCH 1977: part 1part 2

Box 22. READER FILES
1. APRIL 1977: part 1part 2part 3part 4part 5
2. MAY 1977: part 1part 2part 3
3. JUNE 1977: part 1part 2part 3part 4part 5
4. JULY 1977: part 1part 2part 3
5. AUG. 1977: part 1part 2
6-A. SEPT. 1977: part 1part 2
6-B. SEPT. 1977: part 1part 2part 3 
7. OCT. 1977: part 1part 2part 3
8. NOV. 1977: part 1part 2

Box 23.
1. WILLIAM BOUCHER, III (PERSONAL) '58-'61: part 1part 2part 3
2. NO HEADING: part 1part 2part 3part 4
3. WILLIAM BOUCHER, III (PERSONAL) 1962: part 1part 2part 3
4. WILLIAM BOUCHER, III - PERSONAL THRU 1965: part 1part 2part 3
5. WBIII PERSONAL 1966: part 1part 2part 3part 4
6. BOUCHER, WILLIAM III PERSONAL '67: part 1part 2part 3
7. BOUCHER, WILLIAM III PERSONAL '68
8. BOUCHER, WILLIAM III PERSONAL - '69
9. BOUCHER, WILLIAM III PERSONAL '70
10. PERSONAL '71-'72-'73: part 1part 2
11a. PROMOTIONAL SUBCOMMITTEE CORRESPONDENCE
11b. PROMOTIONAL SUBCOMMITTEE CORRESPONDENCE: part 1part 2part 3
12. PROMOTIONAL SUBCOMMITTEE HILL & KNOWLTON: part 1part 2part 3 
13a. PROMOTIONAL SUBCOMMITTEE INFORMATIONAL MATERIAL: part 1part 2part 3
13b. PROMOTIONAL SUBCOMMITTEE INFORMATIONAL MATERIAL 
14. PROMOTION SUBCOMMITTEE 11/12/69 LEGISLATIVE REPORT ON TOURISM
15. PROMOTION SUBCOMMITTEE MINUTES
16a. PROMOTION SUBCOMMITTEE WORK PAPERS: part 1part 2
16b. PROMOTION SUBCOMMITTEE WORK PAPERS 

Box 24. WILLIAM BOUCHER III 
1. NATIONAL SCIENCE TEACHERS ASSN. SYMPOSIUM-SAT.,4-26-69- 9 A.M.
2. CONFERENCE ON EDUCATION EASTWARD THURS. FEB. 5, 1970
3. SPEAKING ENGAGEMENTS RE MASS TRANSIT
4. SPEECHES--1958
5. SPEECHES-1959: part 1part 2part 3part 4
6a. APPOINTMENTS, SPEAKING DATES, ETC. '60-'61: part 1part 2
6b. APPOINTMENTS, SPEAKING DATES, ETC. '60-'61: part 1part 2
6c. APPOINTMENTS, SPEAKING DATES, ETC. '60-'61: part 1part 2 
7. SPEAKING ENGAGEMENTS: part 1part 2
8. ABERDEEN PROPERTY
9. BELFAST-GLENCOE=WESTERN RUN ASSN.
10. DR. EDGAR BERGMAN
11. WILLIAM BOUCHER & SONS MERGER
12. CAREY ESTATE TRUST FILE: part 1part 2part 3
13. ESTELLE DODGE ASSOCIATES, INC.
14. ESSEX COMMUNITY COLLEGE
15. INTERNAL REVENUE
16. KNOTT CO. 
17a. METRO...SEATTLE
17b. METRO...SEATTLE
17c. METRO...SEATTLE 
17d. METRO...SEATTLE
18. NEWCOMEN SOCIETY (NOXELL)
19. CHARLES F. PEACE
20. SANITARY LAND FILL '65-'66
21a. SHAWAN GROUP: part 1part 2
21b. SHAWAN GROUP: part 1part 2part 3
22. SHERATON CORP. MR. ROBERT M. BRUSH
23. WILLIAM SHRIVER
24. TYDINGS, SEN. JOSEPH D. STEERING COMMITTEE OCT. '69
25. WESTINGHOUSE ELECTRIC CORP. 

Box 25
4. MTA MEETINGS
5. BALTIMORE TOWN HALL
6. PROMOTIONAL COUNCIL
7. 1963 SCHOOL LOAN COMMITTEECITIZENS SCHOOL ADVISORY COMMITTEE
8. SCHOOL LOANS: 1964, 1966, 1967
9. 1968 SCHOOL LOAN CAMPAIGN
10. SCHOOL LOAN FUNDS
11. 1966 BALLOT CAMPAIGN INNER HARBOR LOAN
12. 1967 URBAN RENEWAL POLICY BLDG. OFF ST. PARKING LOANS
13. BOND ISSUE CAMPAIGN
14. SPECIAL ELECTION MAY 13, 1969
15. 1970 ELECTION; BOND ISSUES, ETC.

Box 26.
1. CITY OF BALTIMORE COMPUTERING
2. AIR QUALITY MEETING HCD-FRID 1 1/18 2 P.M. 
3. COMMUNITY DEVELOPEMENT SUBCOMMITTEE: part 1, part 2
4a. CRIME PROPOSAL-1970
4b. CRIME PROPOSAL-1970:part 1part 2
5a.  CRIME JUSTICE SUBCOMMITTEE:part 1part 2
5b. CRIME JUSTICE SUBCOMMITTEE:part 1,part 2
6a. ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT BIDC:part 1part 2
6b. ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT BIDC:part 1part 2
6c. ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT BIDC: part 1part 2
7a. ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT: part 1part 2
7b. ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT: part 1part 2
8a. MAYOR'S TASK FORCE-EDUCATION 
8b. MAYOR'S TASK FORCE-EDUCATION
8c. MAYOR'S TASK FORCE-EDUCATION
9. LOCAL FOR EDUCATION STUDY: part 1part 2
10a. GBC EDUCATION SUBCOMMITTEE: part 1part 2
10b. GBC EDUCATION SUBCOMMITTEE: part 1part 2
10c. GBC EDUCATION SUBCOMMITTEE: part 1part 2
10d. GBC EDUCATION SUBCOMMITTEE: part 1part 2
11. Education Subcommittee September 17, 1968 at 12:15
12. Parochiaid

Box 27. 
1-A. GBC REPORT ON SCHOOL SITUATION:part 1part 2
1-B. GBC REPORT ON SCHOOL SITUATION:part 1part 2
2-A. MAYOR'S TASK FORCE – SITUATION
2-B. MAYOR'S TASK FORCE - SITUATION
3-A. EDUCATION MATERIAL: part 1part 2part 3
3-B. EDUCATION MATERIAL
3-C. EDUCATION MATERIAL: part 1part 2
4-A.  SCHOOL MATERIAL: part 1part 2
4-B. SCHOOL MATERIAL
5. EDUCATION MATERIAL: part 1part 2
6. FELLOWSHIP OF LIGHTS
7-A. HARTFORD PROCESS
7-B. HARTFORD PROCESS
7-C. HARTFORD PROCESS: part 1part 2
8. WASHINGTON MEETING RE:"PROCESS"MAY 1972
9. HOUSING MATERIAL
10. GBC/FNMA HOUSING CONFERENCE:part 1part 2
11. HOUSING SUBCOMMITTEE
12. INNER HARBOR PROMOTION PLANS: part 1part 2
13. MD.COMMISSION ON STATUS OF WOMEN: part 1part 2
14. MD.COMMISSION ON STATUS OF WOMEN: part 1part 2
15. MD.COMMISSION ON STATUS OF WOMEN: part 1part 2

Box 30. Baltimore Neighborhoods, Inc.
1a. General Correspondence - 1962: part 1part 2
1b. General Correspondence:April 24-June 6, 1962;June 18, 1962-April 23, 1963
2. Research Advisory Committee
3. Seven Years of Desegregation in the Baltimore Public Schools
4a. Application for a Grant from the Emmanuel Chambers Foundation - September 1962
4b. Application for a Grant from BNI
5. BNI

Box 31. Oversize

Box 32. BALTIMORE URBAN COALITION
1. CLIPPINGS
2. POSITION PAPERS:By-Laws, Articles of Incorporation, etc.
3. PRESS RELEASES
4. PRESS RELEASES
5. STATEMENT OF PURPOSE: 5/21/69
6. SPACE COMMITTEE
7a. CORRESPONDENCE THRU 1968: part 1part 2
7b. CORRESPONDENCE THRU 1968: part 1part 2 
8. MEMBERS OF STEERING COMM.
9. WORLD PREMIERE OF "SLAVES" AT THE HIPPODROME THEATRE MAY 6, 1969 AGENDA
10. GBC MEMORANDUMS
11. FUTURE OF COALITION
12. HOUSING TASK FORCE: part 1part 2
13. HOUSING WORKSHOP 1970
14. HOUSING WORKSHOP 1970
15. LEASE - KNICKERBOCKER BLDG. 1973
16. LEASE - KNICKERBOCKER BLDG. 1974
17. BACKGROUND INFO. Walter LIVELY
18. MODEL CITIES AD HOC COMM.
19. FINANCE COMMITTEE
20a. POLICE RELATIONS: part 1part 2
20b. POLICE RELATIONS: part 1part 2
21a. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 1973: part 1part 2
21b. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 1973: part 1part 2
21c. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 1973: part 1part 2

Box 33. BALTIMORE URBAN COALITION
1. 1968
2-A. CORRESPONDENCE
2-B. CORRESPONDENCE: part 1part 2 
3. EDUCATION: part 1part 2
4. GOALS & OBJECTIVES
5. NOMINATING COMMITTEE
6. PERSONNEL POLICY
7. RAPID TRANSIT
8. TAX EXEMPT STATUS
9. TASK FORCE ON BOARDS
10. COMMUNITY NEEDS COMM.
11. COMMUNICATIONS TASK FORCE: part 1part 2
12."GIVE A DAMN SPACE,TIME & PROMOTIONAL
13. "COMMUNITY LEADERSHIP"
14. CORRESPONDENCE THRU 1969: part 1part 2
15-A. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
15-B. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
16. BOARD MEETINGS MINUTES
17-A. BOARD OF DIRECTORS TO 7/2/73: part 1part 2
17-B. BOARD OF DIRECTORS TO 7/2/73: part 1part 2 
18. BOARD MEETING MAY 17, 3 P.M.
19. CORRESPONDENCE TO SEPT.1973: part 1part 2
20. BOARD OF DIRECTORS
21-A. BOARD OF DIRECTORS
21-B. BOARD OF DIRECTORS
21-C. BOARD OF DIRECTORS
22. AD HOC COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
23. EMPLOYMENT TASK FORCE

Box 34. BALTIMORE METROPOLITAN BUSINESS RESOURCE CENTER 
1. ANNUAL REPORT FEB. 6,1975
2. ARTICLES
3. ARTICLES OF AMENDMENT
4. BY-LAWS 
5. ORGANIZATIONAL CHART
6A. CORRESP.
6A. CORRESP.
7. MEETING WITH MR. LEVI ON THURS. JULY 13 - 10:30 A.M.
8. BOARD OF DIRECTORS CORRESP.
9. RESUMES
10. BOARD OF DIRECTORS MINUTES: part 1part 2
11. NO HEADING: part 1part 2
12. GEORGE GEBHART
13. MANAGEMENT EDUCATION
14. MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING
15. MINORITY PURCHASING COUNCIL
16A. PROPOSAL BY BALTIMORE URBAN COALITION: part 1part 2
16B. PROPOSAL BY BALTIMORE URBAN COALITION: part 1part 2 
17. SOCIAL SCIENCE RESEARCH
18. PROGRAMS & STATUS
19. MERGER
20. PROGRESS REPORTS
21. CONFLICT OF INTEREST STATEMENT
22. FINANCE COMMITTEE
23. IN-KIND CONTRIBUTION
24. IN-KIND CONTRIBUTION FROM:
25. LEGAL COMMITTEE
26. BOARD MEMBERSHIP
27. MATERIALS SENT TO BOARD MEMBERS: part 1part 2
28. OFFICERS & DIRECTORS LIABILITIES
29. PERSONNEL COMMITTEE
30. REQUEST
31. RESIGNATIONS
32. ADVERTISING
33. FACT SHEETS & BROCHURES
34. FORMS
35. FORMS-INTER-OFFICE MEMORANDUM
36. INDEX FOR FILING
37. MATERIALS SENT FROM THE BRC PER REQUEST
38. REQUEST SENT TO OMBE
39. REQUEST SENT FROM OMBE
40. QUESTIONNARIES
41. MINUTES OF STAFF MTGS.
42. CLIENTS ROSTERS
43. BALTIMORE MARKETING ASSOCIATION MEMBERSHIP ROSTER
44. BALTIMORE SCORE ROSTER
45. BALTIMORE URBAN COALITION BOARD OF DIRECTORS ROSTER 
46. BANKS WITHIN METRO. BALT. AREA
47. BLACK CAUCUS (CONFIDENTIAL)
48.CHAMBER OF COMMERCE OF METROPOLITAN BALTIMORE-BOARD OF DIRECTORS ROSTER
49. CONSULTANTS-MAILING LIST ROSTER
50. GREATER BALTIMOR COMMITTEE,INC. MEMBERSHIP ROSTER
51. JOHNS HOPKINS-POLICY/MINORITY SUBCOMMITTEE ROSTER 
52. LAWYERS-WITHIN THE METROPOLITAN BALTIMORE AREA
53. MARYLAND INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT ASSOC. MEMBERSHIP ROSTER
54. MANAGEMENT AND EDUCATION COMMITTEE MEMBERSHIP ROSTER
55. MARYLAND STATE AGENCIES & INSTITUTIONS
56. MINORITY PURCHASING COMMITTEE MEMBERSHIP ROSTER
57. MPC MAILING LIST (NAMES OF PERSONS WHO SHOULD RECEIVE MASS MAILING MATERIALS SENT OUT BY MPC.)
58. ORGANIZATION OR COMPANIES PARTICIPATION IN ASSISTING MINORITIES
59. POLICY COMMITTEE - SEE JOHNS HOPKINS FOLDER
60. SMALL BUSINESS SPECIALIST
61. SUB-COMMITTEE ON INTERNATIONL URBAN STUDIES ROSTER
62. SUB-COMMITTEE ON HOUSING
63.SUB-COMMITTEE ON RELIGION & THE METROPOLIS MEMBERSHIP ROSTER
64. VOLUNTARY COUNCIL ON EQUAL OPPORTUNITY INCORPORATED
65. CLARK, JOSEPH
66. WHITLEY, CATO
67. ANN CHILDRESS
68. CLIENT LISTING - FY 1975
69. CLIENT PRINTOUT FOR FY 1974
70. BAR FORMS CORRESP. FORM OMBE

Box 36.
1. Survey of Local Chamber of Commerce
2. ACCE – American Chamber of Commerce Executives: part 1part 2part 3
3. ACCE Community Growth Education Foundation
4. Annual Meeting Chamber of Commerce of U.S. – 1975
5. Air Show
6a. Baltimore Maritime – 1976
6b. Baltimore Maritime – 1976
6c. Baltimore Maritime – 1976
6d. Baltimore Maritime – 1976: part 1part 2 
7. Baltimore Maritime Exchange
8a. Baltimore Task Force: part 1part 2
8b. Baltimore Task Force
8c. Private Sector (Wills)
8d. Private Sector (Joseph)
9. Bicentennial Committee – 1976
10. Bicentennial Misc. Info. – 1976
11. U.S. Chamber – Clean Air Act
12. Data Services
13. Denver
14. Desegregation
15a. E & E 1975
15b. E & E 1975: part 1part 2
15c. E & E 1975
16. Economic Development 1975: part 1part 2part 3
17. Economic Development Jan. 21, 1975 – Meeting Responses: part 1part 2
18. ECD/BIDC Consolidation
19. Economic Development Trips – Hartman
20. Economic Education
21. Eddinger City surverys
22. Electric Rates
23. Energy: part 1part 2
24. English Curriculum Committee
25. EEO- Discrimination – Flynn 1975
26. Executive Secretaries, Inc.
27. FILM – City
28. Fuel Tax
29. Future Chamber Programs
30. Regional Planning: part 1part 2part 3

Box 37.
1. General Motors
2. Georgia Plan
3. Guy Commission
4. Harbor Tunnel Segment “C” I-83
5. Insurance and Bonds
6. Internal Revenue Service File
7. Japan Trade Center: part 1part 2
8. Junior League
9. Key Club
10. Coppers
11. Labor: part 1part 2part 3
12. Lobbyists
13. Machine
14. Maps
15. Maryland State Chamber of Commerce Annual Legislative Conference
16. Maryland State Annual Meeting
17. Manpower Resources – Mayor’s Office
18. Mayor: part 1part 2part 3
19. Mechanic
20. Membership Meetings
21. Midas
22. Multi-Tier Tax 1975
23. National Association of Manufacturers: part 1part 2
24. National League Center for the Public Interest
25. New York
26. Noise Pollution
27. Directory of Major Office Buildings
28. Walter Orlinsky
29. Police Department
30. City Refineries
31. Regional Government 1975
32. Regional Planning Council-1975: part 1part 2
34. Retail Study
35. Revenue sharing
36. Scarlett
37. Senate of Maryland Bills 1975
38. Sherbow Commission
39. Sports
40. Staff Calendars
41. Staff Address and Phone
42. Staff Memos
43. Taxation: part 1part 2
44. Tax Assessment
45. Tax Base Sharing
46. Testimony on Tax on Advertising
47. Tennis
48. Tours
49. Trade Center
50. Training Courses
51. Transportation: part 1part 2
52. Transportation Meetings
53. Unemployment Insurance Compensation
54. Welfare for Strikers
55. Zoning


Box 39. Expressway
1a. STATE HIGHWAY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM [oversize]
1a. STATE HIGHWAY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM [oversize]
2. TWENTY YEAR HIGHWAY NEEDS STUDY: part 1part 2
3. STUDY FOR EAST-WEST EXPRESSWAY
4. DESIGN CONCEPT TEAM QUESTIONNAIRE
5. JOINT DEVELOPMENT SEG.12 UNION STOCKYDS.
6. M.A.D.
7. MD. DEPT.OF TRANSPORTATION
8. REGIONAL PLANNING COUNCIL/HIGHWAY ACCESS AND PORT OF BALTIMORE [oversize]
9. CITY DEPT. OF FINANCE (1/27/72)
10. WILBUR SMITH ASSOC./DOWNTOWN BALTIMORE PARKING STUDY
11. MARYLANDS TRANSPORTATION OPPORTUNITY
12. GRUEN ASSOC./MD. GOVERNMENTAL CENTER
13. FORT MCHENRY
14. CITIZENS PLANNING AND HOUSING ASSOCIATION MAY 1972, 3A EXPRESSWAY SYSTEM
15. INTERSTATE SYSTEM BRIEFING - E.F.MATHIAS: part 1part 2
16. LEAKIN PARK/GWYNNS FALLS PARK SEGMENT
17. HIGHWAY MATERIAL
18a. CITY COUNCIL 3-A HEARING JUNE 21 '73
18b. CITY COUNCIL 3-A HEARING JUNE 21 '73: part 1part 2 
19. GBC REPORT TO GOV. & MAYOR OCT.1970
20. GBC STATEMENTS
21. GBC STATEMENTS ON EXPRESSWAY
22. REPORT TO THE TRANSPORTATION SUBCOMMITTEE REGARDING STATUS OF E-W EXPRESSWAY JUNE'70
23. GBC HIGHWAYS SUBCOMMITTEE REPORT JAN.5'70
24.PROPOSED 3-A MODIFIED INTERSTATE SYSTEM
25. TESTIMONY 1/27/72 PROPONENT STATEMENT
26. 3-A SYSTEM & CITY'S PRIORITY PROGRAM MAPS
27. GBC BALTIMORE'S INTERSTATE SYSTEM 1/27/72
28. GBC STATEMENT-LEAKIN PARK/GWYNNS FALLS PARK SEGMENT OF 3-A FREEWAY SYST.12/14/72
29. HARBOR CROSSING STATEMENT
30. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE-HGWY.TASK FORCE 1/72
31. CITY PLANNING DEPT./TRANSPORTATION FACILITIES AND SERVICE
32a. LEGISLATION: part 1part 2 
32b. LEGISLATION 
33. MAYOR'S COORDINATING COMMITTEE
34. CORRESPONDENCE
35. NORTHEAST CORRIDOR
36. FEDERAL AID HIGHWAY ACT OF 1970

Box 40.
1. ROSEMONT AREA STUDIES
2. ROSEMONT BYPASS STUDY
3. ZOLLMAN ASSOCIATES
4. CORRIDOR DEVELOPMENT
5. URBAN DESIGN GROUP/FELLS POINT HISTORICAL DISTRICT
6. STATE ROADS COMMITTEE/ROSEMONT BYPASS LOCATION STUDY I-170 
7. STATE ROADS COMMITTEE/BRIDGE AND TUNNEL ALTERNATES
8. CORRIDOR
9. NEWSLETTER - BALTIMORE INTERSTATE EXPRESSWAY
10. PUBLICATIONS - MISCELLANEOUS
11. URBAN DESIGN CONCEPT ASSOCIATES: I-95 HARBOR CROSSING SEGMENT 14
12. URBAN DESIGN CONCEPT ASSOCIATES JOINT LAND USE STRATEGY RECOMMENDATIONS
13. URBAN DESIGN CONCEPT ASSOCIATES JULY 1968
14. UDCA: SEGMENT 9/CORRIDOR DEVELOPMENT
15. UDCA: SEGMENT 11/CORRIDOR: FOLDERS 1 & 2 
16. UDCA: SEGMENT 13/I-70 GWYNNS FALLS
17. UDCA: FISH MARKET REUSE
18. UDCA: ECONOMIC PROJECTIONS FT.MCHENRY
19. UDCA: SEGMENT 5
20. UDCA: BALTIMORE INTERSTATE HIGHWAY SYSTEM 3-A
21. UDCA: ROSEMONT BYPASS AND BLVD. PHASE 1
22. UDCA: TRAFFIC EVALUATION SUMMARY
23. UDCA: ROADWAY CORRIDOR DESIGN 
24. A STUDY OF THE EFFECTS OF A HIGHWAY ON THE ECOLOGY OF LEAKIN PARK 

Box 41. 
1. JUVENILE JUSTICE & DELINQUENCY PREVENTION ACT OF 1974 TESTIMONY BEFORE SENATE SUBCOMMITTEE 6/24/76: part 1part 2
2. JUVENILE JUSTICE OPTIONS FOR DISPOSITION NOVEMBER 1975
3. JUVENILE JUSTICE OPTIONS FOR DISPOSITION: JULYSEPTEMBEROctober 1975
4. DJS
5. COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS & MASSACHUSETTS
6. GENERAL: part 1part 2
7. JUVENILE CODE
8. MAXIMUM SECURITY
9. PROBATION

Box 42. MARYLAND SPORTS COMPLEX AUTHORITY
1. CORESPONDENCE & MEMOS: part 1part 2part 3
2. CONSULTANT CONTACTS
3. FEASIBILITY STUDY
4. LEGISLATION
5. MAP-B&O/C&O
6. COMMITTEE MEETINGS
7. PRESS: part 1part 2part 3
8. CONSULTANTS CONTRACT
9. CORRESPONDENCE-1972
10a. CORRESPONDENCE-1973: part 1part 2part 3
10b. CORRESPONDENCE-1973: part 1part 2
11. CORRESPONDENCE-1974: part 1part 2
12. CORRESPONDENCE-1975
13. CORRESPONDENCE - COLTS
14. CORRESPONDENCE FROM CONSULTANTS(A-L): part 1part 2
15.CORRESPONDENCE FROM CONSULTANTS(M-W): part 1part 2
16. GOVERNOR CORRESPONDENCE & REPORTS
17. DRAFTS REPORT TO GOVERNOR 5/2/73
18. JAYCEES CORRESPONDENCE
19. ORIOLES CORRESPONDENCE 
20.CORRESPONDENCE PRO/CON STADIUM: part 1part 2part 3
21. BALTIMORE PROMOTION COUNCIL
22. BUDGET & FINANCING: part 1part 2
23. OTHER FINANCIAL DATA
24. CITY COUNCIL HEARINGS
25.CONVENTION BUREAUS
26. CONVENTION CENTER
27. DISTRIBUTION & MAILING LISTS
28. ENVIRONMENTAL GUIDELINES-ECON.TASK FORCE
29. LEASES
30. LEGISLATION
31. WIILIAM BOUCHER III TALK AT LOYOLA COLLEGE 1/29 STADIUM
32. MEMORIAL STADIUM
33. MEMORIAL STADIUM TASK FORCE CORRESPONDENCE
34. MINUTES OF MEETINGS: part 1part 2
35. ORGANIZATION
36. OTHER STADIUMS

Box 43. MARYLAND SPORTS COMPLEX AUTHORITY
PETITION: HYMAN PRESSMAN
2. MSCA PRACTICE FIELD
3. MSCA PRESS RELEASES
4. STADIUM PHIL HERSH PRESS STORIES
5. MSCA PROMOTIONAL PUBLICATION
6. QUESTIONS & ANSWERS
7. MSCA RESOLUTIONS
8. MSCA RESUMES
9. TALKS RE: SPORTS COMPLEX
10a. MSCA TAXPAYERS SUIT: part 1part 2 
10b. MSCA TAXPAYERS SUIT 
11. PLANNING THE MAJOR PUBLIC SPORTS FACILITY:part 1part 2part 3
12. MEMORIAL STADIUM (RENOVATIONS)COORDINATION:part 1part 2, part 3part 4
13. STADIUM SURVEY: part 1part 2
14. STADIUM
15. SAVE THE COLTS COMMISSION CORRESPONDENCE: part 1part 2, part 3
16. SAVE THE CHILDREN COMMITTEE FINANCING
17. SAVE THE COLTS COMMITTEE MEETINGS
18. 1971 SAVE THE COLTS COMMITTEE MEMBERS
19. SAVE THE COLTS COMMITTEE NOTES
20. SAVE THE COLTS COMMITTEE: part 1part 2
21. SAVE THE COLTS COMMITTEE RELEASES & CONFER.
22. SAVE THE COLTS COMMITTEE RESOLUTION & LEGISLATION
23. FINANCIAL: part 1part 2
24. FINANCIAL FIGURES: part 1part 2part 3part 4part 5
25. LEASE PROVISIONS -ORIOLES-
26. ECONOMIC ANALYSIS -STADIUM-
27. STATE LEGISLATION
28. WORK SHEETS
29. MONTHLY FINANCIAL REPORTS JANUARY 1973 - DECEMBER 1974
30. AUDIT
31. BLANKET BOND
32. RECEIPTS
33. WASHINGTON,UPPER MARYLAND AND VIRGINIA POTENTIAL AREAS/WHEELER INTERNATIONAL TRADE AND CONVENTION CENTER COMPLEX SITES
34. STADIUM AND COMMERCIAL COMPLEX

Box 44.
1. CAMDEN STATION
2. BALTIMORE CITY COUNCIL
3. CIVIC GROUPS AND ORGANIZATIONS
4. COLTS
5. COMMISSION ON GOVERNMENTAL EFFICIENCY AND ECONOMY
6. CONSULTANTS FINAL REPORT DISTRIBUTION
7. CONVENTIONS
8. CORRESPONDENCE 1972
9. CORRESPONDENCE 1973-1976: part 1part 2
10. ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT PROPOSALS
11. EPA
12. FORTUNE ARTICLE
13. REPORT TO GOVERNOR & MAYOR
14. G.B.C.
15. LEASE NEGOTIATIONS
16. LEGAL MATTERS
17. MEETINGS...NOTES: part 1part 2
18. MEMORIAL STADIUM
19. NEIGHBORHOOD GROUPS: part 1part 2
20. NEW ORLEANS
21. NEWS AMERICAN
22. ORIOLES
23. PARKING CONSULTANTS:part 1part 2
24. WILBUR SMITH-PARKING STUDY SEPT. 15,1970
25. PERSONAL
26. DEPT. OF RECREATION & PARKS: part 1part 2
27. ROOF SPANS - DOMES: part 1part 2
28. SEATING
29. STATE-JOINT BUDGET & AUDIT: part 1part 2
30. ROGER TAILLIBERT
31. DEPT. OF TRANSIT & TRAFFIC
32. TRANSPORTATION PLANNING FOR NEW STADIUMS (ENO FOUNDATION)
33. ARCHITECTS - ENGINEERS
34. ARCHITECTS-RE:DOWNTOWN COMPLEX: part 1part 2
35. ARCHITECTS: part 1part 2
36. BROCHURE OF CONSOLIDATED ENGINEERING CO.,INC.
37. ACTION PROGRAM FOR INTERAMA
38. HARRISON ASSOCIATES INC. ARCHITECTS, ENGINEERS, PLANNERS
39. ARCHITECT-ENGINEER QUESTIONNAIRE U.S GOV'T STANDARD-FORM 251 1972
40. ARCHITECT-ENGINEER QUESTIONNAIRE U.S. GOV'T STANDARD-FORM 251,JANUARY 1974
41. PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLEMENT U.S. GOV'T STANDARD-FORM 251 JAN. 1974
42. ACTION PROGRAM FOR INTERAMA
43. A PROPOSAL TO CONDUCT A STUDY OF DESIGN, FINANCING, OPERATING ARRANGEMENTS, AND DEVELOPMENT IMPACTS OF A STADIUM FOR BALTIMORE
44. PATTY BERKEBILE NELSON LOVE 
45. FEASIBILITY AND PLANNING STUDY FOR A MULTIPURPOSE FACILITY

Box 45.
1. STADIUM COMMITTEE MATERIAL
2a. SUBMISSION/STADIUM FEASIBILITY 1972: part 1part 2
2b. SUBMISSION/STADIUM FEASIBILITY 1972: part 1part 2 
2c. SUBMISSION/STADIUM FEASIBILITY 1972 
3. DRAFT: FEASIBILITY STUDY
4. PRELIMINARY STADIUM FEASIBILITY
5. LARRY SMITH & CO. FEASIBILITY STUDY
6. BILLING...STADIUM
7. PROPOSAL FOR ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ANALYSIS MARYLAND SPORTS COMPLEX
8. APPRAISAL REPORT CAMDEN STATION
9. ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT JUN'74: part 1part 2
10. ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT AUG'74: part 1part 2
11. ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT OCT'74: part 1part 2
12. CORRESPONDENCE
13. GREINER CO. PROPOSAL
14. MAPS
15. STADIUMS AROUND THE COUNTRY: part 1part 2
16. SCHEMATIC DESIGN - 1
17. 1971 STADIUM CORRESPONDENCE MASS ENGINEERING CO. [STEEL GIRDERS] [DOMES]
18. U.S. PATENT OFFICE/B&O OFFERING
19. MARYLAND SPORTS COMPLEX '74
20. SPORTS REPORT
21. DE HELTERMAN V. COMPANY

Box 46. STADIUM PRESS
1a. June 21, 1973-October 26, 1974: part 1part 2
1b. June 1973-October 1974: part 1part 2 
1c. June 1973-October 1974
2a. Orioles Sale Press:October 1974- April 1975: part 1, part 2
2b. October 1974- April 1975 
3. 1975-1977: part 1part 2

Box 47. 
1. APPRAISERS
2. CONSULTANTS...CORRESPONDENCE: part 1part 2
3. NBBJ-RRNA-LB: part 1part 2part 3
4. AEROTUSS ASSOIATES
5. BAKER,WATTS & COMPANY: part 1part 2part 3
6. WELTON BECKET & ASSOCIATES
7. BRIDGES/BURKE
8. ALEX.BROWN & SONS
9. MICHAEL O.B.CHERRY(CONSULTANT) ALSO MATERIAL..WAYNE CO. STADIUM
10. CONSOLIDATED ENGINEERING CO. GENERAL CONTRACTORS
11. Curtis & Davis: part 1part 2
12. DEETER,RITCHEY,SIPPEL ASSOCIATES: part 1part 2part 3 
13. VERNON DUCKET & ASSOCIATES, INC.
14. EASTMAN DILLON, UNION SECURITIES & CO. INVESTMENT BANKERS
15. EWING COMPANY, GEORGE M.
16. FINCH-HEERY
17. FREDERICK R. HARRIS,INC. CONSULTING ENGINEERS: part 1part 2
18. KIDDER,PEABODY & COMPANY: part 1part 2
19. KIVETT & MYERS
20. VINCENT G. KLING AND PARTNERS. ARCHITECTS PLANNERS ENGINEERS: part 1,part 2part 3
21. VINCENT G. KLING AND PARTNERS. ARCHITECTS PLANNERS ENGINEERS
22. VINCENT G. KLING AND PARTNERS ARCHITECTS PLANNERS ENGINEERS
23. THE KLING PARTNERSHIP: part 1part 2
24. VINCENT LING PRESENTATION: part 1part 2
25. LAW ENGINEERING TESTING CO.
27. MERRILL LYNCH, PIERCE, FENNER  & SMITH
28. METRO TERMINAL ASSOCIATES
29-A. NARAMORE BAIN BRADY & JOHANSON
29-B. NARAMORE BAIN BRADY & JOHANSON
31. SANDERS & THOMAS: part 1part 2part 3
32. SHELTER CORP. OF AMERICA,INC.
33. SKIDMORE,OWINGS & MERRILL
34. SKILLING,HELLE,CHRISTIANSEN, ROBERTSON CONSULTING STRUCTURAL AND CIVIL ENGINEERS
35. STORCH ENGINEERS
36. WHITING-TURNER CONSTRUCTION CO.

Box 48.
1-A. MAGAZINES AND OTHER ARTICLES: part 1part 2
1-B. MAGAZINES AND OTHER ARTICLES: part 1part 2
1-C. MAGAZINES AND OTHER ARTICLES: part 1part 2part 3
2. ROUTES MAPS...THE SYSTEMS
3. SCHEDULE SYSTEM
4. CONSULTANTS....OTHER
5. CITY COUNCIL COMM. ON PUBLIC TRANSPORT COUNCILMAN PARKS
6. PRESS RELEASES...PUBLIC RELATIONS
7. PUBLIC RELATIONS
8. MONTREAL/TORONTO: part 1part 2part 3
9. LEGISLATION...CONSULTANT
10. OTHER TRAFFIC LEGISLATION
11-A. LEGISLATION...BILLS: part 1part 2
11-B. LEGISLATION...BILLS: part 1part 2 
12-A. LEGISLATION...CORRESPONDENCE: part 1part 2
12-B. LEGISLATION...CORRESPONDENCE: part 1part 2 
13. "DMJM"
14-A. GRANTS: part 1part 2part 3
14-B. GRANTS: part 1part 2
15-A. Press Summary on Transit (March 22, 1967-December 31, 1968): part 1part 2
15-B. Press Summary (March 22, 1967-December 31, 1968): part 1part 2
15-C. Press Summary (March 22, 1967-December 31, 1968): part 1part 2
16. Press Summary on Transit (January 1969): part 1part 2 

Box 49.
1. AMERICAN VETERANS COMM.: part 1part 2
2. GREATER HOMEWOOD COMMUNITY
3. HAW,INC.-BUENA VISTA
4. CASTLE STREET
5. ECHO HOUSE-J. MATHIEU: part 1part 2
6. HOPE, INC.
7. INTERFAITH HOUSING COUNCIL 
8. McKIM PROJECT
9. PROJECT EQUALITY
10. SARUBIN PROJECTS
11. CHILDREN'S THEATRE ASSOCIATION,INC.
12. AFTER-CARE PROPOSAL
13. COOPS
14. CREDIT UNIONS
15. CONSUMER EDUCATION
16. FULTON AVE: KNOTT CO.
17. MUND
18. DEPT. OF SOCIAL SERVICES
19. GBC Membership Roster - 1977

Box 50. Chamber of Commerce 
Accounting - general correspondence (Chamber of Commerce) 1975
Adequate Facilities (One 1975 letter re: Back River Sewage Plant)
Air Quality (Action Call 1975)
Airlines 1975
Amusement Tax 1975
1975 Annapolis Agenda
Anne Arundel Trade Council 1975
Aviation Task Force 1975
Baltimore City Council on Juvenile Crime 1975
Baltimore City Fair 1975
Baltimore Council for International Visitors 1975
Baltimore Industrial Development Corp (BIDC –Huber COO uber Huber-COO)) 1974-75
Baltimore Maritime Exchange 1975
Baltimore Maritime Exchange 
Baltimore Promotion Council 1975
Bicentennial 1975
Bicentennial (Misc Info)
Birmingham, England Exposition 1975
Birmingham, England Exposition 1975 (Christopher Hartman COCMB Exec Vice Pres)
Boards to Cover by CCOMB rep 1975
Budget (Chamber of Commerce of Metropolitan Baltimore)1976
Budget & Performance (COCMB) with Arthur Young Dec 1974 accounting systems report))Jan 1975
Budget & Performance Reports (COCMB) March 1975
Budget & Performance Reports (COCMB) April 1975
Budget & Performance August 1975 empty
Budget & Performance (COCMB) Oct 1975
Budget Material Misc (COCMB)
Business League of Baltimore, Inc. 1975
Chamber Expenses 1975 (Maryland State Chamber of Commerce)
Chessie System (annual report 1974, etc) 1975
CLAWS (basketball team) 1975
College Information (Washington College 1975 catalog, etc)  
Communications General Correspondence - Feb-Sept 1975
Computer Service (COCMB) 1975
Consortium (job development, etc) 1975
Council of Chambers (Jan 7 meeting minutes) 
Crime Seminar idea Feb 1975
Criminal Justice (Business United to Stop Trouble, Modernizing Corrections – 1975)
Data Services Survey (COCMB inquiries 1975) 
Democratic National Convention (Walter Orlinsky telegram 2/21/75 suggesting Largo, Md site)
Director’s Liability Insurance 1975   
Education Committee 1975
Finance Letter (undated letters regarding dues) 1975
Human Relations Commission 1975
Insurance (Riggs Conselman, etc) 1975
Leases (for COCMB space) 1975
Legislative – General Correspondence 1975 
Mailing Budget Oct 1975
Mailing Lists (for newsletter, etc) 
Membership – General Correspondence (COCMB) 1975
Weekly Membership Report (COCMB 1975
Moving Lists (of new Baltimore residents) 1975
Printing Department (Xerox, maintenance, etc) 1975
Printing Overhead – 1975
Program (1976 COCMB Baltimore Work Program, etc)