Leadership Council for Metropolitan Open Communities records, part 1, 1954-1988, bulk 1966-1986

 

Descriptive Inventory for Part 1 of the Collection at Chicago History Museum, Research Center

By Lee C. Fosburgh, 1994; rev.

 

 

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Title: Leadership Council for Metropolitan Open Communities records, part 1 [manuscript], 1954-1988, bulk 1966-1986.

Main entry: Leadership Council for Metropolitan Open Communities.

Inclusive dates: 1954-1988, bulk 1966-1986.

Size:

288 linear ft.

3 open-reel sound recordings. 0MM.161

47 audio cassettes. (Originals). 0MM.161

47 audio cassettes. (Listening copies). 0MM.161

 

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Restriction: For listening purposes, it is necessary to use a copy, not the original (and to have a listening copy made if one is not available). Most sound recordings are closed until deeded.

Provenance statement: Gift of the Leadership Council for Metropolitan Open Communities beginning in 1978 (accession# M1978.0043; M1982.0003; M1984.0172; M1985.0033; 1992.0212).

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Please cite this collection as: Leadership Council for Metropolitan Open Communities records, part 1 (Chicago History Museum) plus a detailed description, date, and box /folder number of a specific item.

 

This descriptive inventory contains the following sections:

Biographical/historical note,

Summary description of the collection,

Description of some material related to the collection,

List of online catalog headings about the collection,

Arrangement of the collection,

Detailed description of archival series in the collection,

List of contents of the collection.

 

Biographical/historical note:

The Leadership Council for Metropolitan Open Communities (LCMOC), one of the first open-housing organizations in the U.S., was founded on December 6, 1966, in response to events of that year. During 1966, Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC) and others involved in the Chicago Freedom Movement had initiated a series of marches and demonstrations in and around Chicago. At a rally held in Soldier Field, Dr. King said, "For our primary target we have chosen housing. As of July 10 [1966] we shall cease to be accomplices to a housing system of discrimination, segregation and degradation. We shall begin to act as if Chicago were an open city." The housing marches were met with violence and widespread hostility and received nationwide attention.

 

That summer, the Chicago Conference on Religion and Race decided to convene a "summit meeting" of individuals representing government (federal, state, and local), religion, labor, civil rights, business, and other sectors of the community to respond to the crisis. The resulting "summit agreement" sought to find means to establish equality of housing opportunity in the Chicago metropolitan area through education and action.

 

The LCMOC, a not-for-profit group, came into existence with sponsorship by major leadership organizations in the Chicago metropolitan area represented at the original summit meetings. The original officers of LCMOC included: James W. Cook, president; James W. Montgomery, vice president; Al Raby, vice president; David Kennedy, Treasurer; Paul M. Lund, Secretary; and Edward L. Holmgren, Executive Director. Kale Williams became Executive Director and F. Willis Caruso became General Counsel in 1972?.

 

The first programs of the LCMOC followed the traditional tenets of the fair housing movement: a special housing service financed by a grant from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) would match African American homeseekers with available properties. To develop listings of available housing, the service would use newspaper advertising, work with fair housing contacts in the metropolitan area, ask real estate boards, brokers, and management agents to provide listings on a regular basis, monitor housing units covered by local fair housing ordinances, and undertake promotional campaigns aimed at owners and landlords whose property was not covered by such fair housing ordinances.

 

From June 4-12, 1967, the LCMOC implemented Project Good Neighbor to stimulate discussion and action in neighborhoods throughout the Chicago metropolitan area. The project used television, newspapers, and grass-roots discussion groups to show the need for equal opportunities in housing. The program stressed that integrated housing could be achieved without plummeting real estate values, without violence, without downgrading the appearance of the neighborhood, and without the neighborhood becoming re-segregated.

 

Special efforts were made to work with brokers and management agents whose clientele was mainly African American. African American brokers were enlisted to work with suburban employers to focus on those people interested in living near their work. In addition, the service was to maintain complete and current information on all available non-discriminatory housing in the Chicago area. The LCMOC provided a biweekly listing of selected housing units to cooperating brokers, agents, groups, and individuals.

 

LCMOC's initial programs failed to solve the problem of housing discrimination in the Chicago metropolitan area. The real estate industry, despite its pledge of good faith in mid-1966, appeared to be making no major effort to help minority homeseekers. The LCMOC seemed powerless to change historic constraints within the real estate industry. Initial optimism about active cooperation from real estate firms diminished. Few listings were made available to the LCMOC by real estate firms, and discriminatory practices continued overtly and covertly. By the end of 1968, LCMOC was ready to change strategy for a broad attack on the system that had created segregation in housing.

 

Two events in 1968 provided the tools for a major shift in the LCMOC's strategy. Those events were the passage of the 1968 Civil Rights Act, and the U.S. Supreme Court ruling in the case of Jones v. Mayer, which affirmed the ability of the 1866 Civil Rights Act to outlaw racial discrimination in all housing.

 

The first lawsuit brought by LCMOC in an individual case of discrimination occurred in April 1970, when the LCMOC learned about the housing discrimination experienced by an African American couple in their search for a home in Westchester, a western suburb of Chicago. Three days after the case went to trial, the judge suggested to the counsel for the defendants that the case should be settled due to the discrimination on the part of the brokers. The case was settled, and a consent decree was entered. The LCMOC's clients were able to purchase a home. The victory encouraged the LCMOC's new strategy of legal action, and over the coming years, LCMOC brought many more such cases to the courts.

 

In 1970, the LCMOC created the Legal Action Program to stop discrimination by real estate firms. The Legal Action Program worked with the Dearborn Real Estate Board, a group of African American and other brokers, to file suit when an African American broker was refused admission to an appropriate home listing service. The Legal Action Program obtained the first federal injunction used to stop this practice. The judgment awarded damages of $12,000 to a white salesman who was fired by his employer, a national homebuilder, after selling a new south suburban home to an African American family. This landmark case affirmed the right of a home salesman in a suburban subdivision to give equal service to minority customers.

 

Moderate-income minority families in the Chicago area faced a shortage of reasonably-priced housing available near their work places. The LCMOC attacked the problem in two ways. In 1968 it established the Chicago Metropolitan Housing Development Corporation (MHDC), a separate not-for-profit firm, to plan and construct housing for moderate-income families. The MHDC struggled for several years with restrictive suburban zoning codes, high cost of land, and slow acceptance of subsidized housing programs in some communities. By 1972 the MHDC achieved financial stability and status as an independent developer, with its own offices and staff, and with an operation that is totally self-funded through development fees.

 

In 1972, the LCMOC, MHDC, and the Northeastern Illinois Planning Commission (NIPC) organized the Metropolitan Housing Coalition, renamed the Regional Housing Coalition (RHC) in 1973, to work with suburban officials to achieve a planned, balanced dispersal of subsidized housing throughout the Chicago region. The goal of the Regional Housing Coalition has been to solve housing needs by local initiative rather than by government or court imposed mandates.

 

Also in the eventful year 1966, a tenant in a Chicago Housing Authority building began a class-action lawsuit protesting conditions in Chicago public housing. Dorothy Gautreaux (1927-1968), the lead plaintiff, was represented by lawyer Alexander Polikoff of Business and Professional People for the Public Interest (BPI). Although Mrs. Gautreaux died in 1968, the final decision in Gautreaux v. Chicago Housing Authority (CHA) in 1969 established that there had been discrimination in the location of and tenant assignment to CHA housing projects. In 1976, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that HUD could be required to use its programs throughout the housing market to remedy past discrimination by both CHA and HUD.

 

The plaintiffs agreed to experiment with voluntary approaches as an alternative to a court-imposed program. HUD contracted with the LCMOC to conduct a demonstration program, named the Gautreaux Demonstration Program or Housing Assistance Payment Program, using Section 8 Housing Assistance Payments in privately owned housing, primarily in the suburbs. Nine suburban mayors signed a statement to all suburban mayors and village presidents urging their understanding and support for this program, which was unique and primarily voluntary.

 

The Gautreaux Demonstration Program provided rent subsidy payments for low and moderate income families, thus providing them with a wider choice of housing throughout the city and suburbs. In 1991 the program helped 297 former CHA residents move into private subsidized housing scattered throughout the six-county metropolitan area, bring total placements to 4,393. The program served as a guide for national housing policy. In 1991 the U.S. Congress passed legislation to replicate the LCMOC's program in five metropolitan areas.

 

Summary description of the collection:

Correspondence, financial statements, fundraising items, annual reports, audio recordings, by-laws, historical information, memoranda, minutes, reports, newspaper clippings, newsletters, legal documents, and fliers of the Leadership Council for Metropolitan Open Communities, LCMOC, relative to its efforts to eliminate racial discrimination in housing in the Chicago area. The collection also contains demographic data on communities in Chicago and the metropolitan area. The records include files from the Gautreaux Demonstration Program in which the LCMOC helped former Chicago Housing Authority residents move into subsidized, private housing throughout the metropolitan area. Also present are records relative to the civil rights movement and the Chicago Freedom Movement (1966-1967) and the "summit agreement" (1966). Materials pertaining to the Metropolitan Housing Development Corporation and the Metropolitan Housing Coalition, renamed the Regional Housing Coalition in 1973, also are included in the collection.

 

Description of some material related to the collection:

Related materials at Chicago History Museum, Research Center, include the Leadership Council for Metropolitan Open Communities collection of visual materials (1992.0212); the Kale Williams papers; the West Side Christian Parish (Chicago, Ill.) records; and publications, cataloged separately.

 

List of online catalog headings about the collection:

Leadership Council for Metropolitan Open Communities--Archives.

Gautreaux, Dorothy--Trials, litigation, etc.

Chicago Housing Authority.

Chicago Metropolitan Housing Development Corporation.

Gautreaux Demonstration Program (Chicago Metropolitan Area, Ill.)

Metropolitan Housing and Planning Council (Chicago, Ill.)

Metropolitan Housing Coalition (Chicago, Ill.)

Regional Housing Coalition.

United States. Dept. of Housing and Urban Development.

African Americans--Illinois--Chicago--20th century.

African Americans--Illinois--Chicago Metropolitan Area--20th century.

African Americans--Housing--Illinois--Chicago Metropolitan Area.

Civil rights--Illinois--Chicago--20th century.

Discrimination in housing--Illinois--Chicago Metropolitan Area.

Discrimination in housing--Law and legislation--United States.

Housing--Illinois--Chicago Metropolitan Area--20th century.

Housing policy--Illinois--Chicago Metropolitan Area--20th century.

Minorities--Housing--Illinois--Chicago Metropolitan Area.

Chicago Metropolitan Area (Ill.)--Race relations--20th century.

Audiotapes.

Case files.

Correspondence.

Statistics.

Holmgren, Edward.

Williams, Kale.

Chicago Metropolitan Housing Development Corporation.

Gautreaux Demonstration Program (Chicago Metropolitan Area, Ill.)

Metropolitan Housing and Planning Council (Chicago, Ill.)

Metropolitan Housing Coalition (Chicago, Ill.)

Northeastern Illinois Planning Commission.

Regional Housing Coalition.

United States. Dept. of Housing and Urban Development.

United States--Illinois--Cook County--Chicago.

 

Arrangement of the collection:

The LCMOC records, part 1, are arranged in one series:

Series 1. LCMOC operating files, 1954-1988

 

Detailed description of archival series in the collection:

Series 1 consists of annual reports, audio tapes, by-laws, correspondence, financial statements, fundraising items, historical information, memoranda, minutes, reports, newspaper clippings, newsletters, and publications and fliers of the LCMOC relevant to its efforts to eliminate racial discrimination in housing in the Chicago area. This series documents the variety of the LCMOC activities, from the Legal Action Program and the Gautreaux Housing Assistance Payment Program to the plan to construct housing for moderate-income families. The series also demonstrates the LCMOC interaction with other open housing and civil rights and liberties organizations on a national level. Also present are records relative to the civil rights movement in Chicago including the 1966 freedom movement (box 14), 1966-1967, and the "summit agreement" (1966). Records between the years of 1981-1985 are either sparse or missing. The series is arranged alphabetically by the materials it contains.

 

The board of directors files (box 6-11) contain agenda (1969-1986), correspondence (1969-1986), fundraising material (1974-1986), membership lists (1967-1987), memoranda (1970-1986), minutes (1967-1986), manuals (1973), policy statements, and reports (1966-1975) created by the LCMOC board of directors. The files document LCMOC efforts to promote equality of housing opportunity in the Chicago metropolitan area. Topics addressed include affirmative action for racial diversity in housing and planning, Home Investment Fund merger in 1976, and organizing events such as the LCMOC annual lunch. The records also demonstrate the interaction between LCMOC administrative bodies such as Executive Committee, Nominating Committee, Program Review Committee, 20th Anniversary Committee, and the Finance Chairman.

 

Financial statements and cash books (box 43-45), 1966-1986, document the revenue and expenses of the LCMOC and affiliated housing organizations including the Home Investment Fund (HIF), Chicago Metropolitan Housing Development Corporation (MHDC), Metropolitan Housing Coalition, and Regional Housing Coalition (RHC). The Legal Action Program and Gautreaux Housing Assistance Payment Program also are documented in these files. The records also reveal income generated through foundations, fundraising, and grants. The financial statements from 1981 to 1985 are not in the collection.

 

The LCMOC generated income through either fundraising or foundations. The foundation files (box 45-47), 1968-1986, contain correspondence, such as letters of solicitation and thanks, between the LCMOC and potential donors. Files with some detail include the Chicago Black United Fund, Chicago Tribune, Community Fund of Chicago, Danforth Foundation, Dr. Scholl Foundation, Field Foundation, Ford Foundation, Joyce Foundation, Leo Burnett, USA, Lilly Foundation, Mac Arthur Foundation, Playboy Foundation, Sears and Roebuck Foundation, Wieboldt Foundation, and the Woods Charitable Fund, the LCMOC's most charitable donors. The records are arranged alphabetically by foundation. Fundraising files (box 47-49) contain routine correspondence such as invitations to LCMOC sponsored events, letters of refusal, and thank you letters. Also included are press releases and printed programs from events. The files are arranged chronologically. Fundraising files between 1981-1985 are not in the collection.

 

The Gautreaux Housing Assistance Payment Program files (box 50-59), 1975-1987, contain background material, correspondence, contracts, monitoring records, questionnaires, and reports related to the LCMOC's program to help former Chicago Housing Authority (CHA) residents move into private subsidized housing throughout the Chicago area. The records (box 58-59) also contain correspondence, contracts, notes, and reports pertaining to the placement of CHA residents in Woodland Creek, Illinois.

 

The Project Good Neighbor files (box 95-97) contain correspondence, printed material, and reports concerning the LCMOC's use of television, newspapers, and grass roots discussion groups to show the need for equal opportunities in housing. The correspondence found in these files contains both positive and negative sentiments from the people answering the survey. The records also contain a summary of the accomplishments and failures of the project.

 

The Regional Housing Coalition (RHC) files contain correspondence and reports pertaining to the LCMOC'S interaction with the RHC. The files document (box 115-143) the RHC's interaction with suburban and county officials to achieve a planned and balanced dispersal of subsidized housing throughout the Chicago area. The records also contain a sparse amount of administrative files such as budgets, minutes, speeches, and a brief history (1973). The files are arranged alphabetically by the name of the suburb.

 

Three open-reel audio recordings discuss legal avenues to fight discrimination in housing at the Conference on Private Attorney and Fair Housing Law. Attended by sixty lawyers, the conference was sponsored by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), LCMOC, and the University of Illinois Law School, and held at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign on September 10, 1971.

 

List of contents of the collection:

Abbreviations used in this list:

corres. = correspondence, lists, notes, reports, etc.

dev. = development

Gautreaux Housing Assistance Payment Program = Gautreaux HAPP

misc. = miscellaneous

 

Series 1. LCMOC operating files, 1954-1988

box 1

folders:

1 "A Proposal for a Centralized Listing Service," 1967

2 ACCESS, 1974-1975

3 "Accomplishment of 73 Objectives Proposed for 1974"

4 Ad-Hoc Committee on Residential Quotas, 1971

5 Ad-Hoc Housing Coalition, 1972

6 Ad-Hoc Suburban Housing Group, 1975

7-8 Advertising, 1970

9 Affirmative Action in Housing Discussion, 1979

10 Affirmative Action in Housing Discussion, 1980

11 Affirmative marketing, 1975

12 Affirmative marketing, 1976

13 Alliance for Change in Illinois, 1968

14 Allstate Insurance, 1986

15 American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), 1966-1967

16 American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), 1968

17 American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), 1980

 

box 2

folders:

1 American Friends Service Committee, Inc., 1967

2 American Jewish Committee, 1967

3 American Jewish Conference, 1968

4 American Issues Forum Chicago, 1976

5-6 Annual luncheon, 1970

7-8 Annual luncheon, 1971

9 Annual luncheon, 1972

10 Annual luncheon, 1973

 

box 3

folders:

1 Annual luncheon, 1973

2 Annual luncheon, 1975-1976

3 Annual luncheon, 1986

4 Annual racial distribution survey, 1974

5 Annual report, 1967-1969

6 Annual report, 1970

7 Annual report, 1971

8 Annual report, 1973

9 Annual report, 1974

10 Annual report, 1975

11 Annual report, 1977

12 Annual report, 1980

13 Annual report, 1985

14 Anti-Defamation League, 1967

15 Anti-Defamation League, 1968

16 Anti-Defamation League, 1986

17 Anti-solicitation, 1974

18 Appointments and Court Dates, 1973-1974

19 Archdiocese of Chicago, 1972, 1974

20 Archdiocese of Chicago, 1980

21 Article of incorporation, 1967

22 Assessment of intergroup relations, 1986

23 Assisted housing program, 1976

24 Assisted housing program, 1977

25 Assisted housing program, 1979

26 Assisted housing program, 1980

27 Associated Colleges of the Midwest, 1979

28 Audit program, 1975

29 Audit program, 1976

 

box 4

folders:

1 Audit program, 1980

2 Auditing in Fair Housing Cases, 1974

3 Austin Clergy, 1971

4 Austin Community Organizations, 1967

5 Thomas G. Ayers, 1968

6 Thomas G. Ayers, 1969

7 Thomas G. Ayers, 1972

8 Thomas G. Ayers, 1973

9 Background meeting on open housing, 1973

10 Balance growth and development, 1974

11 James Baxter, 1976

12 Barbara Beeson, 1975

13 Bell and Howell fair housing policy, 1975

14 Bellwood audit report forms, 1975

 

box 5

folders:

1 Bellwood audit report forms, 1975

2 Bellwood audit report forms, 1976

3 Bellwood audit report forms, 1979

4 Better Business Bureau, 1974

5 Edwin C. Berry, 1968

6 Beverly Area Planning Association, 1973

7 Beverly Area Planning Association, 1974

8 Beverly Area Planning Association, 1975

9 Michael A. Bilandic, 1977

10 Black community, 1986

11 Black Expo, 1971

12 Black Suburbanites Club, 1974

13 Block grants, 1977

14 Stephen Blumberg, 1968

 

box 6

folders:

1 Board of directors, Affirmative Action for Racial Diversity in Housing, 1978

2 Board of directors, 1979

3 Board of directors agenda, 1969

4 Board of directors agenda, 1970

5 Board of directors agenda, 1971

6 Board of directors agenda, 1972

7 Board of directors agenda, 1975

8 Board of directors agenda, 1976

9 Board of directors agenda, 1977

10 Board of directors agenda, 1986

11 Board of directors, annual lunch, 1975

12 Board of directors, attendance sheet, 1986

13 Board of directors, meeting material, 1978

14 Board of directors, correspondence, 1969

15 Board of directors, correspondence, 1970

16 Board of directors, correspondence, 1972

17 Board of directors, correspondence, 1973

18 Board of directors, correspondence, 1974

19 Board of directors, correspondence, 1975

 

box 7

folders:

1 Board of directors, correspondence, 1976

2 Board of directors, correspondence, 1977

3 Board of directors, correspondence, 1978

4 Board of directors, correspondence, 1979

5 Board of directors, correspondence, 1980

6 Board of directors, correspondence, 1986

7 Board of directors, Executive Committee, 1979

8 Board of directors, Executive Committee, 1980

9 Board of directors, Executive Committee, 1986

10 Board of directors, Finance chairman, 1973

11 Board of directors, Finance chairman, 1975

12 Board of directors, Finance chairman, 1976

13 Board of directors fundraising, 1974

 

box 8

folders:

1 Board of directors fundraising, 1977

2-3 Board of directors fundraising, 1978

4 Board of directors fundraising, 1980

5 Board of directors fundraising, 1986

6 Board of directors, Home Investment Fund merger, 1976

7 Board of directors mailings, 1980

8 Board of directors manual, 1973

9 Board of directors manual, undated

10 Board of directors meeting material, 1980

11 Board of directors meeting material, 1986

12 Board of directors membership lists, 1967

 

box 9

folders:

1 Board of directors membership lists, 1969-1970

2 Board of directors membership lists, 1971

3 Board of directors membership lists, 1972-1974

4 Board of directors membership lists, 1982-1987

5 Board of directors membership lists, undated

6 Board of directors memoranda, 1970

7 Board of directors memoranda, January-July, 1972

8 Board of directors memoranda, August-December, 1972

9 Board of directors memoranda, 1974

10 Board of directors memoranda, 1975

11 Board of directors memoranda, 1976

12 Board of directors memoranda, 1978

13 Board of directors memoranda, 1979

14 Board of directors memoranda, 1980

15 Board of directors memoranda, 1986

16 Board of directors minutes, 1967

17 Board of directors minutes, 1968

18 Board of directors minutes, 1969

 

box 10

folders:

1 Board of directors minutes, 1970

2 Board of directors minutes, 1971

3 Board of directors minutes, 1972

4 Board of directors minutes, 1974

5 Board of directors minutes, 1977

6 Board of directors minutes, 1979

7 Board of directors minutes, 1986

8 Board of directors, Nominating committee, 1973

9 Board of directors, Nominating committee, 1974

10 Board of directors, Nominating committee, 1975

11 Board of directors, Nominating committee, 1976

12 Board of directors, Nominating committee, 1977

13 Board of directors, Nominating committee, 1978

14 Board of directors, Nominating committee, 1980

15 Board of directors outline of program tasks, 1980

16 Board of directors policy statement, 1971

17 Board of directors program reports, 1975

18 Board of directors program reports, 1976

 

box 11

1 Board of directors program reports, 1977

2 Board of directors program reports, 1978

3 Board of directors Program Review committee, 1977

4 Board of directors report, 1966

5 Board of directors report, 1973

6 Board of directors report, 1974

7 Board of directors summary of accomplishments, 1972-1976

8 Board of directors 20th anniversary committee, 1985

9 Carol Moseley Braun, 1979

10 James J. Brice, 1986

11 Briefs and decisions, 1975

12 Brochures, 1980

13 Brokers at bay, 1971

14 Willie Brown Case, 1968

15 Business campaign, 1973

16 Business leaders meeting, 1975

17 Business and Professional People for the Public Interest (BPI), 1974

18 Business and Professional People for the Public Interest (BPI), 1976

19 By-laws, 1967-1970

 

box 12

1 Calumet Park Housing Referral Center, 1975

2 Campaign for Open Communities, 1970

3 Campaign for Open Occupancy, 1970

4-6 Bill Caruso, 1970

Shelf Cash disbursement books, 1969-1971

7 Catholic Charities, 1973

8 Catholic Interracial Council, 1967

9 Catholic Interracial Council, 1968

10 Census, 1977

11 Center for National Policy Review, 1971

 

box 13

1 Center for National Policy Review, 1972

2 Center for National Policy Review, 1976

3 Center for National Policy Review, 1980

4 Center for Neighborhood Technology, 1986

5 Chicago application: Housing and Community Development Act, 1974

6 Chicago Association of Commerce and Industry, 1967

7 Chicago Association of Commerce and Industry, 1968

8 Chicago Association of Commerce and Industry, 1970-1979

9 Chicago Board of Education, 1967

10 Chicago Board of Realtors, 1986

11 Chicago: Caucus, 1973

12 Chicago: Community Housing Research Board, 1986

13 Chicago Club, 1967

14 Chicago Commission on Human Relations, 1966

15 Chicago Commission on Human Relations, 1967

16 Chicago Commission on Human Relations, 1968

17 Chicago Commission on Human Relations, 1969

 

box 14

1 Chicago Commission on Human Relations, 1970

2 Chicago Committee on Urban Opportunity, 1967

3 Chicago Community Trust, 1973

4 Chicago Community Trust, 1974

5 Chicago Community Trust, 1975

6 Chicago Community Trust, 1976

7 Chicago Community Housing Resource Board, 1978

Audio Recordings Chicago Conference on Private Attorney and Fair Housing Law, 1971

8 Chicago Conference on Religion and Race, 1967

9 Chicago Conference on Religion and Race, 1968

10 Chicago Conference on Religion and Race, 1969

11 Chicago Covenant, 1986

12 Chicago Department of Housing, 1980-1986

13 Chicago Fair Housing Alliance, 1986

14 Chicago Federation, 1966

15 Chicago Freedom Movement, 1966-1967

 

box 15

1 Chicago Housing Authority, 1954

2 Chicago Housing Authority, 1967

3 Chicago Housing Authority, 1968

4 Chicago Housing Authority, 1969

5 Chicago Housing Authority, 1971

6 Chicago Housing Authority, 1986

7 Chicago Lawyers Committee, 1980

8 Chicago Metropolitan Strategy Group, 1979

9 Chicago Metropolitan Strategy Group, 1980

10 Chicago Neighborhood Coalition, 1977

11 Chicago "1971 Ready for Another Fire," 1971

12 Chicago Real Estate Board, 1967

13 Chicago Real Estate Board, 1968

14 Chicago reports, 1986

15 Chicago State University, 1974

16 Chicago: Technology and Urban Needs Program, 1974

17 Chicago United, 1973

18 Chicago Urban League, 1965

 

box 16

1 Chicago Urban League, 1967

2 Chicago Urban League, 1968

3 Chicago Urban League, 1973

4 Chicago Urban League, 1974

5 Chicago Urban League, 1976

6 Chicago Urban League, 1979-1986

7 Church Federation of Greater Chicago, 1986

8 Church program, 1967

Shelf Bob Cisekm Morton Grove Estate and Comprehensive Plan and Regional Summary of Lake County, 1969-1971?

9 Citizens Committee on the Media, 1979

10 Civil Rights Bill (H.R.2516), 1968

11 Lee I. Clark, 1968

12 Lee I. Clark, 1969

13 William G. Clark, 1967

14 Client interviews, 1974

15 CNA Financial Corporation, 1973

 

box 17

1 CNA Financial Corporation, 1974

2 Coalition for Human Needs and Budget Priorities, 1973

3 Coalition for Human Needs and Budget Priorities, 1974

4 Coalition of Conscience, 1967

5 Commission of Human Relations, 1973

6 Commission of Human Relations, 1974

7 Commission of Human Relations, 1975

8 Commission of Human Relations, 1976

9 Commission of Human Relations, 1977

10 Commission of Human Relations, 1979

11 Committee for an Equal Opportunity Community, 1968

12 Committee for an Equal Opportunity Community, 1969

13 Committee on Community Life, 1967

14 Committees: miscellaneous, 1969

15 Communications, 1986

16 Communications committee, 1969

17 Community and Economic Development Association of Cook County, Inc., 1976

18 Community councils, 1968

19 Community development, 1980

20 Community Fund of Chicago, 1972

21 Community profiles, 1967

22 Community profiles, 1968

23 Community profiles, 1969

24 Community Programs, Inc. (CPI), 1969

25 Community Programs, Inc. (CPI), 1971

26 Community Programs, Inc. (CPI), 1972

27 Community Programs, Inc. (CPI), 1973

 

box 18

1 Community Programs, Inc. (CPI), 1974

2 Community relations: anti-solicitation, 1985

3 Community relations: Berkeley, 1973

4 Community relations: Berwyn, 1983

5 Community relations: Blue Island, 1986

6 Community relations: Brookfield, 1981-1988

7-9 Community relations: CAFHA, 1986

10 Community relations: Calumet City, 1984

11 Community relations: Chicago Housing Authority, 1982

12 Community relations: Chicago southwest, undated

13 Community relations: CHRB, 1981

14 Community relations: Church, 1984

15 Community relations: Church People, 1983

16 Community relations: Cicero, 1972-1986

17 Community relations: Closed Communities Project, 1983

 

box 19

1 Community relations: Closed Communities Project, 1983

2-3 Community relations: committee, 1967

4 Community relations: committee, 1968

5 Community relations: Community Development Fund, 1980

6 Community relations: community organizations, 1982

7 Community relations: complaint information, 1984

8 Community relations: Conference on Religion and Race, 1983

9 Community relations: contracts, 1985

10 Community relations: Council of Brainerd, 1968

11 Community relations: counseling in closed areas, 1982-1983

12 Community relations: Elmwood Park, 1984

13 Community relations: Elmwood Park, 1985

 

box 20

1 Community relations: ethnic intimidation, 1985

2 Community relations: Evanston, 1985

3 Community relations: Evergreen Park, 1986

4-6 Community relations: Fair Housing Legal Action Committee, 1985

7 Community relations: Fair Housing Network, 1981

8 Community relations: Fair Housing Network, 1982

9 Community relations: Fair Housing seminars, 1985

10 Community relations: Fair Housing Initiatives Program (FHIP), 1986

 

box 21

1 Community relations: Franklin Park, 1981

2 Community relations: funding 1985

3 Community relations: Galewood, 1984

4 Community relations: Hanson-Riis Park Neighborhood Organization, 1986

5 Community relations: harassment, 1984

6 Community relations: harassment, 1985

7 Community relations: hate publications, 1982

8 Community relations: Hillside, 1981-1984

9 Community relations: housing ordinances, 1983

10 Community relations: housing organizations, 1980-1981

11 Community relations: Hurston-Hanson arson, 1985

12 Community relations: Industrial District, 1981

13 Community relations: inter-agency, 1983

14 Community relations: inter-agency, 1985

15 Community relations: Inter-Religious Council on Urban Affairs, 1983

16 Community relations: La Grange Park, 1981-1984

17 Community relations: Lakeview, 1967

18 Community relations: Melrose Park, 1981-1983

 

box 22

1-3 Community relations: miscellaneous, 1982

4 Community relations: miscellaneous, 1983

5 Community relations: North Park, 1984

6 Community relations: North Riverside, 1982

7 Community relations: Northlake, 1974-1983

8 Community relations: Northwest Austin Council, 1973-1982

9-10 Community relations: Northwest Indiana Open Housing Center, 1985

11 Community relations: Norwood Park, 1967-1974

12 Community relations: Near West Suburban Housing Center (NWSHC) advisory committee, 1984

13 Community relations: Near West Suburban Housing Center (NWSHC) fundraising, 1983

14 Community relations: Near West Suburban Housing Center (NWSHC) history, 1983

15 Community relations: Near West Suburban Housing Center (NWSHC) leasing information, 1985

 

box 23

1 Community relations: Near West Suburban Housing Center (NWSHC) miscellaneous, 1985

2 Community relations: Near West Suburban Housing Center (NWSHC) referral log, 1984

3-4 Community relations: Northwest Indiana Open Housing Center (NIOHC), 1984

5 Community relations: Oak Park Housing Center, 1984

6 Community relations: Orale Park, 1967

7 Community relations: planning, 1985

8-9 Community relations: post office, 1982

10 Community relations: real estate, 1981-1983

 

box 24

1-2 Community relations: Regional Housing Study and Action Group (RHSAG), 1974

3 Community relations: Regional Housing Study and Action Group (RHSAG), 1975

4 Community relations: Regional Housing Study and Action Group (RHSAG), 1976

5 Community relations: Regional Housing Study and Action Group (RHSAG), 1977

6 Community relations: Regional Housing Study and Action Group (RHSAG), 1981

7 Community relations: Regional Housing Study and Action Group (RHSAG), 1982

8 Community relations: Regional Housing Study and Action Group (RHSAG), 1983-1984

9 Community relations: Regional Housing Study and Action Group (RHSAG), 1986

10 Community relations: research, 1984

 

box 25

1 Community relations: retreat, 1985

2 Community relations: River Grove, 1974-1981

3 Community relations: Riverside, 1981-1985

4 Community relations: Rogers Park, 1970

5 Community relations: Rogers Park,1981-1982

6 Community relations: Sauk Village, 1985-1986

7 Community relations: Schiller Park, 1981-1985

8 Community relations: school districts in suburban Cook County, 1981-1985

9 Community relations: Southwest Community Congress, 1986

10 Community relations: southwest housing complaints, 1984

11 Community relations: strategy groups, 1982

12 Community relations: task force, 1982-1983

13 Community relations: Triton, 1982-1984

14 Community relations: United Way, 1985-1986

15 Community relations: Waheed, 1986

 

box 26

1 Community relations: Anner Washington, 1986

2 Community relations: West Central Municipal Conference, 1984

3 Community relations: Westchester, 1984-1985

4 Community relations: Wrightwood, 1986

5 Community Renewal Society, 1967

6 Community Renewal Society, 1986

7 Comprehensive Fair Housing Program, 1975

8 Comprehensive Program to Desegregate the Housing Market 1978

9 Condominium and Cooperative Buildings, 1970

10 Congress of Urban Ministry, 1986

11 Consultants for Public Housing, 1972

12 Consultation of Affirmative Action for Integrated Housing, 1978

13 Contract Buyers League, 1969-1970

14 Contracts, 1972-1973

15 Contributors, 1980

16 Cook County of Commissioners, 1975

17 Cook County Development Counseling and Referral, 1980

18 Cook County of Public Aid, 1967

19 Cook County of Governments, 1979

20 Cook County Public Aid, 1969

21 James Cook, 1966

 

box 27

1 James Cook, 1967

2 Coordinating Council of Community Organizations, 1967

3 Corporate Fair Housing Program (CFHP) budget, 1976

4 Corporate Fair Housing Program (CFHP) contract report 1976

5 Corporate Fair Housing Program (CFHP) general, 1973

6 Corporate Fair Housing Program (CFHP) general, 1975

7 Corporate Fair Housing Program (CFHP) general, 977

8 Corporate Fair Housing Program (CFHP), corporate policy statement & programs, 1973-1974

9 Correspondence: form letters, 1975

10 Correspondence: form letters, 1976

 

box 28

1-10 Correspondence: general, 1967

 

box 29

1-12 Correspondence: general, 1967

 

box 30

1-4 Correspondence: general, 1967

5-7 Correspondence: general, 1968

8-10 Correspondence: general, 1970

 

box 31

1-3 Correspondence: general, 1973

4 Correspondence: general, 1981

5 Correspondence: general, 1984

6 Correspondence: incoming, 1968

7 Correspondence: incoming, 1970

8 Correspondence: incoming, 1971

9 Correspondence: incoming, 1973

10 Correspondence: incoming, 1986

11 Correspondence: outgoing, 1968

 

box 32

1-2 Correspondence: outgoing, 1970

3-6 Correspondence: outgoing, 1971

7 Correspondence: outgoing, 1972

8 Correspondence: outgoing, 1973

9 Correspondence: outgoing, 1974

 

box 33

1 Correspondence: outgoing, 1975

2 Correspondence: outgoing, 1976

3 Correspondence: outgoing, 1986

4 Council speeches, 1966

5 Council speeches, 1967

6 Council on Population and Environments, 1972

7 Council on Population and Environments, 1975

8-10 Cuyahoga Plan, 1979

11 Cuyahoga Plan, 1986

 

box 34

1 Davis report, 1970

2 Dayton Plum, 1974

3 Dearborn Associates of Chicago, 1973

4 Dearborn Real Estate Board (DREB) correspondence, April-May, 1970

5 Dearborn Real Estate Board (DREB) correspondence, July, 1970

6 Dearborn Real Estate Board (DREB) correspondence, August, 1970

7 Dearborn Real Estate Board (DREB) correspondence, September, 1970

8 Dearborn Real Estate Board (DREB) correspondence, October-December, 1970

9 Dearborn Real Estate Board (DREB) correspondence, January, 1971

10 Dearborn Real Estate Board (DREB) correspondence, February, 1971

11 Dearborn Real Estate Board (DREB) correspondence, March, 1971

12 Dearborn Real Estate Board (DREB) correspondence, April-May, 1971

13 Dearborn Real Estate Board (DREB) correspondence, June-October, 1971

14 Dearborn Real Estate Board (DREB) correspondence, November-Dec., 1971

15 Dearborn Real Estate Board (DREB) correspondence, January-May, 1972

16 Dearborn Real Estate Board (DREB) correspondence, June-July, 1972

 

box 35

1 Dearborn Real Estate Board (DREB) correspondence, August-Sept., 1972

2 Dearborn Real Estate Board (DREB) correspondence, October-Dec., 1972

3 Dearborn Real Estate Board (DREB) correspondence, 1973

4 Dearborn Real Estate Board (DREB) correspondence, 1974

5 Dearborn Real Estate Board (DREB) correspondence, 1975

6 Dearborn Real Estate Board (DREB) correspondence, 1976

7 Dearborn Real Estate Board (DREB) correspondence, undated

8-9 Dearborn Real Estate Board (DREB) miscellaneous, 1972

10 Deferred return equity proposal, 1974

11 Demonstration project: activity reports, 1981

12 Demonstration project: general, 1981

 

box 36

1 Development grant program: general, 1969

2 Development grant program: general, 1970

3 Development grant program: Southwest Elgin: administration, 1969

4 Development grant program: Southwest Elgin: brochure, 1969

5 Development grant program: Southwest Elgin: budget, 1968-1969

6 Development grant program: Southwest Elgin: personnel, 1968-1969

7 Development grant program: Southwest Elgin: weekly reports, 1970

8 Directory of Fair Housing, 1970-1971

9 Discrimination in Northwest Indiana, 1974

10 Frank Ditto, 1967

11 Dual Housing Market, undated

12 Du Page County: CDA, 1978

13-14 Du Page County: Housing Authority, 1969

15 Edwards-Drinan Bill (H.R. 3504), 1978

 

box 37

1 Joan Elbert, 1975

2 Joan Elbert, 1976

3 Jean Emmons, 1969

4 Employment insurance, 1977

5 Equal opportunity housing campaign, 1968

6 Evaluation plan & baseline materials re fair housing, 1968

7 Executive orders, 1966

8 Executive Service Corps of Chicago, 1980

9 Executive Service Corps of Chicago, 1986

10 Expense statement, 1968

11 Expense statement, 1969

 

box 38

1-4 Expense statement, 1973

5-6 Expense statement, 1974

7 Expense statement, 1975

8 Experimental Affirmative Fair Housing Program, 1975

9 Experimental Affirmative Fair Housing Program, 1977

 

box 39

1 Factors affecting housing choice for Black families in Chicago, undated

2 Fair Housing Association, 1963

3 Fair Housing Association, 1967

4 Fair Housing Association, 1968

5 Fair Housing Association, undated

6 Fair Employment Practices Commission (FEPC) 1968

7 Fair Housing Center, 1980

8 Fair Housing Center, 1986

9 Fair housing contracts, 1967

10 Fair Housing Council, 1986

11 Fair Housing Legislation in Other States, 1967

12 Fair Housing Network, 1976

13 Fair Housing Network, 1977

14 Fair Housing Network, 1978

15 Fair Housing Network, 1980

16 Fair Housing Network, 1986

 

box 40

1-2 Fair housing ordinances, 1969

3 Fair housing organizations, 1974

4 Fair housing organizations, 1975

5 Fair Housing Outreach Review Committee, 1977

6 Fair Housing Outreach Review Committee, 1979

7 Fair Market Rents, 1977

8 Far South Suburban Housing Service, 1975

9 Federal Home Loan Bank Board, 1968

10 Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation, 1979

11 Federal Housing Administration, 1967

12 Federal Housing Administration, 1969

13 Federal Policy on Housing by the LCMOC, 1973

14 Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation, 1968

15 Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation, 1969

 

box 41

1-8 Federal Trace Commission audit form, 1981

 

box 42

1-8 Federal Trace Commission audit form, 1981

9 Federal Trace Commission, contract, 1979

10 Federal Trace Commission, 1981

11 Federal Trace Commission correspondence, 1979

12 Federal Trace Commission miscellaneous, 1981

 

box 43

1 Federal Trace Commission, Phase I, 1981

2 Federal Trace Commission proposal, 1979

3 Federal Trace Commission, testing numbers, undated

4 Finance Committee, 1967

5 Financial statements and cash books, 1966

6 Financial statements and cash books, 1967

7 Financial statements and cash books, 1968

8 Financial statements and cash books, 1969

9-10 Financial statements and cash books, 1970

11 Financial statements and cash books, 1971

 

box 44

1-2 Financial statements and cash books, 1971

3-4 Financial statements and cash books, 1972

5-6 Financial statements and cash books, 1973

7 Financial statements and cash books, 1974-1975

8-9 Financial statements and cash books, 1975-1976

10 Financial statements and cash books, 1977

11 Financial statements and cash books, 1978

12 Financial statements and cash books, 1979

13 Financial statements and cash books, 1980

 

box 45

1 Financial statements and cash books, 1986

2 First National Bank of Chicago, 1975

3 Five Year Plan, 1986

4 Bonnie Foley, 1973

5 Bonnie Foley, 1974

6 Follow-Up, 1977-1978

7 Foundations: AMPEX Corporation, 1968

8 Foundations: Chicago Black United Fund, 1976

9 Foundations: Chicago Tribune, 1976-1986

10 Foundations: Citicorp, 1986

11 Foundations: W. Clement and Jess V. Stone, 1972

12 Foundations: Community Development, 1976

13 Foundations: Community Fund of Chicago, 1974

14-15 Foundations: Community Fund of Chicago, 1976

16 Foundations: Community Fund of Chicago, 1977

17 Foundations: Comprehensive Fair Housing Program, 1975-1976

18 Foundations: Consumer Education Project, 1976

 

box 46

1 Foundations: Danforth Foundation, 1972

2 Foundations: Declined, 1971

3 Foundations: Declined, 1980

4 Foundations: Dr. Scholl Foundation, 1979

5 Foundations: Field Foundation, 1973

6 Foundations: Field Foundation, 1974

7 Foundations: Field Foundation, 1975

8 Foundations: Field Foundation, 1976

9 Foundations: Ford Foundation, 1973

10 Foundations: Ford Foundation, 1974

11 Foundations: Ford Foundation, 1975

12 Foundations: Ford Foundation, 1976

13 Foundations: Joyce Foundation, 1975

14 Foundations: Joyce Foundation, 1976

15 Foundations: Joyce Foundation, 1979

16 Foundations: Joyce Foundation, 1986

17 Foundations: Leo Burnett, USA, 1974

18 Foundations: Lilly Foundation, 1974

19 Foundations: MacArthur Foundation, 1979

20 Foundations: Northern Illinois Gas Company, 1968-1969

21 Foundations: Playboy Foundation, 1968

22 Foundations: Playboy Foundation, 1974

23 Foundations: Prospects, 1971

24 Foundations: Sears and Roebuck Foundation, 1969-1986

25 Foundations: Standard Oil of Indiana, 1971-1976

26 Foundations: Trans-Union Corporation, 1970

27 Foundations: United Way, 1978

 

box 47

1-2 Foundations: United Way, 1979

3 Foundations: United Way, 1980-1983

4 Foundations: Western Electric, 1968

5 Foundations: Wieboldt Foundation, 1973

6 Foundations: Wieboldt Foundation, 1974

7 Foundations: Wieboldt Foundation, 1975-1976

8 Foundations: Wieboldt Foundation, 1980

9 Foundations: Woods Charitable Fund, 1969

10 Foundations: Woods Charitable Fund, 1970-1974

11 Foundations: Woods Charitable Fund, 1975

12 Foundations: Woods Charitable Fund, 1979-1986

13 Horace Fox, 1975

14 Horace Fox, 1976

15 Horace Fox, 1977

16 Friendship House, 1967

17 Friendship House, undated

18 Fundraising, 1964

19 Fundraising, 1967

20 Fundraising, 1968

 

box 48

1 Fundraising, 1969

2-4 Fundraising, 1970

5-8 Fundraising, 1971

9 Fundraising, 1972

 

box 49

1 Fundraising, 1972

2-3 Fundraising, 1973

4 Fundraising, 1974

5 Fundraising, 1975

6-7 Fundraising, 1976

8 Fundraising, 1978

9 Fundraising, 1980

10 Fundraising, 1986

 

box 50

1 Gary, Indiana, 1974

Gautreaux Demonstration Program/Housing Assistance Payment Program (abbreviated "Gautreaux HAPP" in folder titles):

2 Gautreaux HAPP amended objectives & statement of work, 1977

3 Gautreaux HAPP background material, 1978

4 Gautreaux HAPP bills paid, 1978

5 Gautreaux HAPP Program bills paid, 1979

6 Gautreaux HAPP Program bills paid, 1980

7 Gautreaux HAPP: Business and Professional People for the Public Interest (BPI), 1974-1977

8 Gautreaux HAPP census tract designation, 1976

9 Gautreaux HAPP contract DU-205-83-K-1, 1986

10 Gautreaux HAPP contract H-4086, 1978

11 Gautreaux HAPP contract H-4256, 1977

12 Gautreaux HAPP correspondence, 1976

13 Gautreaux HAPP correspondence, 1977

14 Gautreaux HAPP correspondence, 1978

 

box 51

1 Gautreaux HAPP employment exploration, 1978

2 Gautreaux HAPP evaluation of demonstration program, 1976

3 Gautreaux HAPP: Gautreaux vs. Hill, 1976

4 Gautreaux HAPP hearings, 1978

5 Gautreaux HAPP: Illinois Housing Development Authority 1977-1978

6 Gautreaux HAPP informational mailing, 1976

7 Gautreaux HAPP landlords, 1977

8 Gautreaux HAPP monitoring correspondence, 1975

9 Gautreaux HAPP monitoring correspondence, 1976

10-11 Gautreaux HAPP monitoring correspondence, 1977

12 Gautreaux HAPP monitoring report, 1975

13 Gautreaux HAPP monitoring report, 1976

 

box 52

1-2 Gautreaux HAPP monitoring report, 1977

3-5 Gautreaux HAPP monitoring report, 1978

6 Gautreaux HAPP new constitution, 1976

7 Gautreaux HAPP: NOFA discussions, 1977

8 Gautreaux HAPP owners program, 1976

9 Gautreaux HAPP planning team, 1976-1977

10 Gautreaux HAPP press releases, 1971-1976

11-12 Gautreaux HAPP questionnaire: "Second Look at Gautreaux," 1982

 

box 53

1-7 Gautreaux HAPP questionnaire, 1982

 

box 54

1-8 Gautreaux HAPP questionnaire, 1982

9 Gautreaux HAPP settlement negotiations, 1980-1981

10 Gautreaux HAPP suburban housing centers, 1976

 

box 55

1 Gautreaux HAPP summary of time spent, 1978

2 Gautreaux HAPP summary of time spent, 1979

3 Gautreaux HAPP summary of time spent, 1980

4 Gautreaux HAPP supported services, 1979

5-6 Gautreaux HAPP supported services, 1980

7 Gautreaux HAPP supported services, 1986

8-12 Gautreaux HAPP telephone inquires record, 1981

 

box 56

1-10 Gautreaux HAPP telephone inquires record, 1981

 

box 57

1-8 Gautreaux HAPP telephone inquires record, 1982

 

box 58

1 Gautreaux HAPP: Woodland Creek: Altheimer and Gray, 1985

2 Gautreaux HAPP: Woodland Creek appeal process hearing, 1985

3 Gautreaux HAPP: Woodland Creek: Linda Bates, 1987

4 Gautreaux HAPP: Woodland Creek: George Black, 1985

5 Gautreaux HAPP: Woodland Creek: Diana Carpenter, 1985

6 Gautreaux HAPP: Woodland Creek correspondence, 1984

7 Gautreaux HAPP: Woodland Creek correspondence, 1985

8 Gautreaux HAPP: Woodland Creek correspondence, 1986

9 Gautreaux HAPP: Woodland Creek counseling field record, 1985

10 Gautreaux HAPP: Woodland Creek families accepting tree house apartments, 1986

11-12 Gautreaux HAPP: Woodland Creek families rejected, 1985

13 Gautreaux HAPP: Woodland Creek folder receipt, 1986

14 Gautreaux HAPP: Woodland Creek notes, 1983-1985

 

box 59

1 Gautreaux HAPP: Woodland Creek response to motion for a TRO, 1985

2 Gautreaux HAPP: Woodland Creek S. Shorter vs. Woodland Creek Luxury Apartments, 1986

3 Gautreaux HAPP: Woodland Creek site visit, 1985

4 Gautreaux HAPP: Woodland Creek site visit, 1986

5 Gautreaux HAPP: Woodland Creek sub-contracts, 1984

6 Gautreaux HAPP: Woodland Creek tree housing apartments, 1984

7 Gautreaux HAPP: Woodland Creek tree housing apartments, 1985

8 George Williams College, 1972

9 John P. Gnaedinger, 1986

10 Glen Ellyn Council on Racial Understanding, 1968

 

box 60

1 Government Relations Committee, 1967

2 Government Relations Committee, 1968

3 Governors Commission mortgage practices, 1974

4 Great Lakes Naval Base, 1971

5 Samuel E. Greelee, 1968

6 Edith Green Case, 1967

7 Grothaus study, undated

8 Guest list, undated

9-10 "Guide to practice open housing under law," 1972

11 "Guide to practice open housing under law," 1974

12 "Guide to practice open housing under law," 1975

13 "Guide to practice open housing under law," 1976

 

box 61

1 Harassment of minority renters, 1972

2 Hate mail, 1967

3 Hate mail, 1970

4 Hate mail, 1980

5 Hazel Crest, 1986

6-7 Carrol Hendrix, 1983

8 Theodis Hester case, 1968

9 Highwood, 1973

10-12 Edward Holmgren, 1967

13-14 Edward Holmgren, 1968

 

box 62

1-9 Edward Holmgren, 1969

10 Edward Holmgren, 1970

 

box 63

1-7 Edward Holmgren, 1970

8-10 Edward Holmgren, 1971

 

box 64

1-4 Edward Holmgren, 1971

5-7 Edward Holmgren, 1972

8 Home Investment Fund (HIF) annual meeting, 1975

9 Home Investment Fund (HIF) annual meeting, 1976

10 Home Investment Fund (HIF) annual meeting, 1977

11-12 Home Investment Fund (HIF) annual meeting, 1978

 

box 65

1 Home Investment Fund (HIF) annual meeting, 1978

2 Home Investment Fund (HIF) annual meeting, 1979

3 Home Investment Fund (HIF) annual reports, 1970-1974

4 Home Investment Fund (HIF) board correspondence, 1971

5 Home Investment Fund (HIF) board correspondence, 1972

6 Home Investment Fund (HIF) board correspondence, 1973

7 Home Investment Fund (HIF) board correspondence, 1974

8 Home Investment Fund (HIF) board correspondence, 1975

9 Home Investment Fund (HIF) board correspondence, 1976

10 Home Investment Fund (HIF) board correspondence, 1978

11 Home Investment Fund (HIF) board correspondence, 1979

12 Home Investment Fund (HIF) comprehensive fair housing proposal, 1974

13 Home Investment Fund (HIF) correspondence, general, 1968-1970

14 Home Investment Fund (HIF) correspondence, general, 1973

15 Home Investment Fund (HIF) correspondence, general, 1975

 

box 66

1 Home Investment Fund (HIF) correspondence, general, 1975

2 Home Investment Fund (HIF) correspondence, general, 1977

3-4 Home Investment Fund (HIF) correspondence, general, 1980

5-6 Home Investment Fund (HIF) Fair Housing Center, 1976

7 Home Investment Fund (HIF) Fair Housing Center, 1978

8 Home Investment Fund (HIF) Fair Housing Center, 1980

9 Home Investment Fund (HIF) financial und, 1972

10 Home Investment Fund (HIF) financial statements, 1973

11 Home Investment Fund (HIF) financial statements, 1974

12 Home Investment Fund (HIF) financial statements, 1975

 

box 67

1 Home Investment Fund (HIF) financial statements, 1976

2 Home Investment Fund (HIF) financial statements, 1977

3 Home Investment Fund (HIF) financial statements, 1978

4 Home Investment Fund (HIF) financial statements, 1979

5 Home Investment Fund (HIF), Gale, Takahashi and Channnon, 1968-1981

6 Home Investment Fund (HIF) goals, 1968

7 Home Investment Fund (HIF) insurance, 1977-1978

8 Home Investment Fund (HIF) insurance, 1979-1983

9 Home Investment Fund (HIF), Jewish Council on Urban Affairs, 1979-1980

10 Home Investment Fund (HIF) LCMOC Affiliation, 1972-1973

11 Home Investment Fund (HIF) LCMOC Affiliation, 1978-1980

12 Home Investment Fund (HIF) Mark Battle Associates, 1977-1979

13 Home Investment Fund (HIF) merger with LCMOC, 1973

14 Home Investment Fund (HIF) minutes, 1982-1983

 

box 68

1 Home Investment Fund (HIF) proposal, 1968

2 Homes of Private Enterprise (HOPE), 1969

3 Homes of Private Enterprise (HOPE), 1971

4 Homes of Private Enterprise (HOPE), 1972

5 Homes of Private Enterprise (HOPE), 1973

6 Homes of Private Enterprise (HOPE), 1976

7 Hometown Cooperative Apartments, 1976

8 Housing Action Report, 1975

9 Housing Action Report, 1976

10 Housing Allowance Experiment, 1973

11 Housing Centers Statistical Summery, 1968

12 Housing and Community Development Act, 1974

13 "Housing Conditions in the City of Chicago," 1968

14 Housing Employment Project, 1970

 

box 69

1 Housing Groups Coordinated, 1973

2 Housing Referral Guide for Metropolitan Chicago, 1972

3 Housing Implementation Committee, 1973

4 Housing Implementation Committee, 1974

5 Housing Information Center of the LCMOC, 1968

6 Housing Information Committee, 1967

7 Housing Information Committee, 1968

8 Housing Market Practices Survey, undated

9 Housing Opportunities Made Equal, 1979

10 Housing Studies, 1974

11 Human Relations advisory committee, 1969

12 Human Relations Council, 1967

13 Human Relations Council, 1970

 

box 70

1 Illinois Association of Realtors, 1975-1980

2 Illinois Commission on Human Relations, 1967

3-4 Illinois Committee for Fair Housing Law, 1967

5 Illinois Commission on Human Relations, 1968

6 Illinois Commission on Human Relations, 1969

7 Illinois Commission on Human Rights, 1980

8 Illinois Department of Human Rights, 1986

9-10 Illinois Housing Development Authority, 1976

11 Illinois Fair Housing Conference, 1971

 

box 71

1 Illinois Fair Housing Conference, 1972

2 Illinois Housing Development Authority, 1974-1977

3 Illinois Housing Development Authority, 1979

4 Illinois Humanities Council, 1986

5 Inner-City Programs, 1980

6 Inner-City Research Corporation, 1969

Inquiries,

7 Inquiries, 1968

8 Inquiries, January, 1970

9 Inquiries, October, 1970

10 Inquiries, November, 1970

11 Inquiries, December, 1970

12 Inquiries, January, 1971

13 Inquiries, February, 1971

 

box 72

1 Inquiries, March, 1971

2 Inquiries, April, 1971

3 Inquiries, May, 1971

4 Inquiries, June, 1971

5 Inquiries, July, 1971

6 Inquiries, August, 1971

7 Inquiries, September, 1971

8 Inquiries, October, 1971

9 Inquiries, November, 1971

10 Inquiries, December, 1971

11 Inquiries, January, 1972

12 Inquiries, February, 1972

13 Inquiries, April, 1972

14 Inquiries, May, 1972

15 Inquiries, June, 1972

 

box 73

1 Inquiries, July, 1972

2 Inquiries, August, 1972

3 Inquiries, September, 1972

4 Inquiries, October, 1972

5 Inquiries, November, 1972

6 Inquiries, December, 1972

7 Inquiries, 1973

8 Institute for American Life, 1967

9 Institute of Real Estate Management, 1967

10 Institute of Real Estate Management, 1968

11 Insurance, 1986

12 Integration in the suburbs of the city of Chicago, 1973

13 Integration maintenance survey, 1977

14 Integration maintenance survey, 1980

15 Inter-Agency Task Force for a Fair Housing Media campaign, 1974

16 Internal Revenue Service (IRS), 1974-1979

17 Investigations, 1972-1973

18 Investigations, 1974-1976

19 Investigations, undated

20 Inventory of west suburban rental housing, 1974

 

box 74

1 Frederick Jaicks, 1972

2 Frederick Jaicks, 1973

3 Jenner and Block, 1979

4 Jewish Council on Urban Affairs, 1979

5 Job Linked Housing Center, 1972

6 Job Linked Housing Conference, 1973

7 Joint Action Board (JAB), 1967

8 Joint Action Board (JAB), 1968-1969

9 Joint Action Board (JAB), 1970

10 Joint Action Board (JAB), 1976

11 Joint Action Board (JAB), 1977

12 Joint Action Board (JAB), 1980

13 Joyce Proposal, 1975

14 John Kane, 1969

15 John Kane, 1970

16 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., dinner, 1976

17 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.: Illinois Holiday Council, 1986

18 Bernard J. Kleina, 1970

19 "Lakeview--An Open Community," 1967

20 Lawndale Conference Planning Committee, 1967

21 Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, 1973

22 Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, 1976

23 Lawyers Seminar, 1973

24 Leadership Conference on Civil Rights, 1986

25 Leadership Resource Planning Conference, 1972

 

box 75

1 Leadership Resource Program, 1973

2 League of Women Voters, 1973

3 League of Women Voters, 1974

4 League of Women Voters, 1975

5 League of Women Voters, 1976

6 Lease negotiations, 1986

7 Legal action collections, 1985

8 Legal action complaints, 1986

9-10 Legal Action Program, 1971

11 Legal Action Program, 1973

12 Legal Action Program, 1975

13-14 Legal Action Program, 1976

 

box 76

1 Legal Action Program, 1977

2 Legal Action Program, 1980

3 Legal conference, 1972

4 Legislation, 1966

5 Legislation, 1967

6 Legislation, 1979

7 Local Fair Housing Ordinance, 1968

8 Paul M. Lund, 1966

9 Paul M. Lund, 1967

 

box 77

1 Marian Park, Inc., 1974

2 Marian Park, Inc., 1975

3 Marian Park, Inc., 1976

4 Marian Park, Inc., 1979

5 Marian Park, Inc., 1980

6 Market Failure and Federal Policy, 1986

7 Markham Commission on Human Relations, 1967

8 Marsh and McLennan, 1974

9 C.V. Martin, 1967

 

box 78

1 C.V. Martin, 1968

2 M. Myers Management, Inc., 1970

3 Robert Marx, 1966

4 Mayors Office of Fair Housing (Boston), 1980

5 McCormick Theological Seminary, 1975

6 John McCullough case, 1967

7 McKinsey and Company, Inc., 1980

8-9 Membership: acceptance, 1966

10 Membership: acceptance, 1967

11-12 Membership: committee list, 1968

13 Membership: list, 1968

14 Membership: refusal, 1966-1967

15 Membership: requests, 1966

 

box 79

1 Memoranda: general, 1970

2-5 Memoranda: general, 1971

6-7 Memoranda: general, 1973

 

box 80

1-4 Memoranda: general, 1973

5-6 Memoranda: general, 1975

7-8 Memoranda: general, 1976

 

box 81

1-2 Memoranda: general, 1976

3-6 Memoranda: inter-office, 1968

7-8 Memoranda: inter-office, 1969

9 Memoranda: inter-office, 1973

10 Memoranda: inter-office, 1974

 

box 82

1 Memoranda: To files, 1973

2 Memoranda: To files, 1974

3 Memoranda: To files, 1975

4 Memoranda: To files, 1976

5 Memoranda: To files, 1977

6 Memoranda: To files, 1978

7 Memoranda: To files, 1979

8 Memoranda: To files, 1980

9 Memoranda: To files, 1986

10 Metropolitan Area Planning Council, 1981

11 Metropolitan Baltimore Conference on Equal Opportunity Housing 1967

12 Metropolitan Coalition of Operating Helping Hand, 1972

13 Metropolitan Fair Housing Alliance, 1969

14 Metropolitan Fair Housing Centers, 1979

15 Metropolitan Housing Planning Council of Chicago, 1968

16-17 Chicago Metropolitan Housing Development Corporation (MHDC), 1969

 

box 83

1-2 Chicago Metropolitan Housing Development Corporation (MHDC), 1969

3 Chicago Metropolitan Housing Development Corporation (MHDC), 1971

4 Chicago Metropolitan Housing Development Corporation (MHDC), 1973

5 Chicago Metropolitan Housing Development Corporation (MHDC), 1975

6-7 Chicago Metropolitan Housing Development Corporation (MHDC), 1976

8 Chicago Metropolitan Housing Development Corporation (MHDC), 1977

9 Chicago Metropolitan Housing Development Corporation (MHDC), 1979

10 Chicago Metropolitan Housing Development Corporation (MHDC), 1980

11 Metropolitan Housing Coalition, 1972

 

box 84

1 Metropolitan Housing Coalition, 1972

2-3 Metropolitan Housing Coalition/Regional Housing Coalition, 1973

4 Metropolitan Housing Information Center, 1967

5 Metropolitan Milwaukee Fair Housing Center, 1986

6 Metropolitan Planning Council, 1986

7 Mid-America Fair Housing Alliance, 1986

8 Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 1976

9 Minority Industrial Relation Council, 1973

10 Minority Information Referral Center, 1974

11 Miscellaneous, 1971

 

box 85

1 Miscellaneous, 1971

2-4 Miscellaneous, 1972

5 Model Cities, 1978

6-7 Model Cities, 1970

8 Moderate Income Housing by Private Enterprise, 1973

9 Moratorium Analysis, 1973

10 Morton Grove Human Relations Committee, 1968

 

box 86

1 National Ad Hoc Housing Coalition, 1973

2 National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), 1967-1968

3 National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), 1969-1986

4 National Association of Inter-Group Relations Officials (NAIRO), 1968

5 National Association of Inter-Group Relations Officials (NAIRO), 1969

6 National Association of Manufactures, 1969

7 National Association of Minority Contractors Conference 1972

8 National Association of Realtors, 1973

9 National Association of Realtors, 1980

10 National Association of Realtors, 1986

11 National Association of Housing and Redevelopment Officials (NAHRO), 1967

12 National Conference on Christians and Jews, 1967-1968

13 National Conference on Housing and the Urban Crisis, 1968

14 National Committee Against Discrimination in Housing, 1967

15 National Committee Against Discrimination in Housing, 1968

16 National Committee Against Discrimination in Housing, 1969

 

box 87

1-3 National Committee Against Discrimination in Housing, 1970

3 National Committee Against Discrimination in Housing, 1971

4 National Committee Against Discrimination in Housing, 1973

5 National Committee Against Discrimination in Housing, 1974

6 National Committee Against Discrimination in Housing, 1975

7 National Committee Against Discrimination in Housing, 1976

8 National Committee Against Discrimination in Housing, 1979

9 National Committee Against Discrimination in Housing, 1980

10 National Committee Against Discrimination in Housing, 1986

11 National Consultation on Ethnic America, 1968

12 National Fair Housing Conference 1980

 

box 88

1 National Fair Housing newsletters, 1972

2 National Fair Housing newsletters, 1976

3 National Housing Organizations, 1968

4 National Housing and Human Development Alliance (NHHDA), 1974

5 National Housing and Human Development Alliance (NHHDA), 1975

6 National Neighbors, 1975

7 National Neighbors, 1976

8 National Neighborhood Coalition, 1986

9 National Neighbors, Inc., 1979-1980

10 National Peoples Action on Housing, 1973

11 National Stabilization Sub-Committee, 1967

12 New Chicago Ethics Committee, 1986

13 New Detroit, 1986

14 New Town Research, 1973

15 Newsletter Production for the LCMOC, 1967

16 19th Labor Conference on Civil Rights, 1973

17 No Evidence Complaints, 1975

 

box 89

1 Nominating Committee, 1972

2 North and South Suburban Conference on Housing, 1968

3 North Equal Housing, 1967

4 North Equal Housing, 1968

5 North Equal Housing, 1969

6 North River Commission, 1966-1967

7 North River Commission, 1968

8 North Shore Interfaith Housing Council, 1976

9 Northeastern Illinois Planning Commission (NIPC), 1967

10 Northeastern Illinois Planning Commission (NIPC), 1973

11 Northeastern Illinois Planning Commission (NIPC), 1974

12 Northeastern Illinois Planning Commission (NIPC), 1979-1980

13 Northeastern Illinois Planning Commission (NIPC), 1986

 

box 90

1 Northeastern Illinois Urban Affairs Center, 1979

2 Northside Fair Housing Contracts, 1968

3 Northwest Board of Suburban Realtors, 1971

4 Northwest Indiana, 1979

5 Northwest Realtors Board, 1986

6 Note books, January 2-March 21, 1973

7 Note books, March 1-August 3, 1973

8 Note books, August 7-October 3, 1973

9 Note books, October 15-January 7, 1974

10 Note books, January 8-May 16, 1974

11 Note books, June 4-August 27, 1974

 

box 91

1 Note books, August 28-October 31, 1974

2 Note books, November 1, 1974-February 3, 1975

3 Note books, February 7-April 22, 1975

4 Note books, April 23-September 1, 1975

5 Note books, September 1-November 14, 1975

6 Note books, November 11-December 31, 1975

7 Oak Park Housing Center, 1974

8 Oak Park Housing Center, 1975

9 Oak Park Housing Center, 1979-1986

10 "Objectives of the LCMOC," 1974-1975

 

box 92

1 Jane J. O'Connor, 1973

2 October Conference, 1972

3 Office Inventory Report, 1968

4 Office Manager, 1986

5 Office of Economic Opportunity, 1969-1970

6 "Open Chicago," 1981

7 Open House, 1973

8 Open Housing Activities, 1974

9 Open Housing and the Law Conference, 1970

10 Orfield-Fossett Study, 1986

11 Organization for Better Austin, 1967

12 Organization for Better Austin, 1969

13 Organization for Southwest Communities, 1967

14 Outreach-Latino, 1980

15 Pacific Change, 1970

16 Jack Pahl, 1974

 

box 93

1 Partners in Housing, 1974

2 Peat Marwick Mitchell, Inc., 1986

3 Peoria conference, 1971

4 Charles H. Percy, 1974-1980

5 Personnel code, 1973

6 Phillips vs. Hunter Trails Homeowners Association, 1980

7 Pilot lists, undated

8 Pilot pre-test 3 proposed advertisements for LCMOC, undated

9 Political attitude survey, 1972

10 Position papers, 1973

11 Population trends, 1986

12 "Pre-Election Climate for Business," 1967

13 Presbytery of Chicago, 1976

14 Press conference, Arlington Heights, 1971

15 Press contracts, 1971-1972

 

box 94

1 Press releases by the LCMOC, 1968

2 Press releases by the LCMOC, 1969

3 Press releases by the LCMOC, 1986

4 Price-Waterhouse and Company, 1973

5 Price-Waterhouse and Company, 1974

6 Price-Waterhouse and Company, 1976

7 Price-Waterhouse and Company, 1977

8 Price-Waterhouse and Company, 1978

9 Price-Waterhouse and Company, 1980

10 Profile sheets of Chicago communities, 1967

11 Profile sheets of Chicago communities, 1968

12 Profile sheets of Chicago communities, 1969

13 Progress reports, 1980

 

box 95

1 Progress reports, 1981

2 Project Commitment, 1967

Project Good Neighbor:

3 Project Good Neighbor: "Attitudes toward integrated housing-before and after Good Neighbor," 1967

4 Project Good Neighbor correspondence, December, 1966

5 Project Good Neighbor correspondence, January, 1967

6 Project Good Neighbor correspondence, February, 1967

7 Project Good Neighbor correspondence, April, 1967

8-9 Project Good Neighbor correspondence, May, 1967

10-11 Project Good Neighbor correspondence, June, 1967

12 Project Good Neighbor correspondence, July, 1967

13 Project Good Neighbor correspondence, August, 1967

14 Project Good Neighbor correspondence, September, 1967

15 Project Good Neighbor correspondence, undated

 

box 96

1-2 Project Good Neighbor declarations, 1968

3 Project Good Neighbor discussion leaders, 1967

4-6 Project Good Neighbor evaluation form, 1967

7 Project Good Neighbor goals, 1967

8 Project Good Neighbor hate mail, 1967

9 Project Good Neighbor implementation of project, 1967

10 Project Good Neighbor luncheon, 1967

11 Project Good Neighbor luncheon, 1968

 

box 97

1-2 Project Good Neighbor negating correspondence, 1967

3 Project Good Neighbor positive correspondence, 1967

4 Project Good Neighbor, Public Information Committee, 1967

5 Project Good Neighbor related events, 1967

6 Project Good Neighbor scrolls, 1967

7 Project Good Neighbor, "Story Of," 1967

8 Project Self-Sufficiency, 1986

9 Proposals for 1968

10 Proposed Comprehensive Annual Service Plan for Illinois, 1975

11 Proposal for Comprehensive Fair Housing Program, 1973

12 Public Communications Inc. (PCI), 1973

13 Public Communications Inc. (PCI), 1974

14 Public Communications Inc. (PCI), 1976

15 Public Communications Inc. (PCI), 1986

16 Public Housing Panel, 1972

17 Public Information Committee, 1969

 

box 98

1 Public policy: A-95, 1974

2 Public policy, 1980-1981

3 Public policy, affirmative marketing, 1981

4 Public policy, AHOP, 1979

5 Public policy, Barrington, 1980

6 Public policy, Berwyn, 1979

7 Public policy, Bickerdike, 1979

8 Public policy, bond financing, 1979-1981

9 Public policy, BPI, 1979

10 Public policy, BPI, 1980-1981

11 Public policy, Campaign for Housing, 1979

12 Public policy, Campaign for Housing, 1980

13-14 Public policy, certificate exchange, 1980

 

box 99

1-2 Public policy, certificate exchange, 1981

3-4 Public policy, certificate exchange, 1982

5 Public policy, certificate exchange, 1983

6 Public policy, certificate exchange, 1984

7 Public policy, certificate exchange, 1986

8 Public policy, Chicago, City of, 1979

9 Public policy, Chicago, City of, 1980

 

box 100

1 Public policy, Chicago, City of, 1981

2 Public policy, Chicago Housing Authority (CHA), 1981

3 Public policy, Chicago United, 1982

4 Public policy, civil rights, 1979

5 Public policy, community development, 1979

6 Public policy, community development, 1980

7 Public policy, community development, 1981

8 Public policy, community development, 1982

9 Public policy, community development, 1983

10 Public policy, community development, 1985

11 Public policy, Community Guide to Low Income Housing, 1977-1980

12 Public policy, Community Investment Corporation, 1982

13 Public policy, community organizations, 1979

14 Public policy, community organizations, 1980

15 Public policy, community organizations, 1981

 

box 101

1 Public policy, community organizations, 1982

2 Public policy, Cook County: CD and HAP, 1979

3 Public policy, Cook County: 1980

4 Public policy, Cook County: 1981

5 Public policy, Cook County: 1982

6 Public policy, Cook County: LCMOC contract, 1979

7 Public policy, Cook County: LCMOC contract, 1980

8 Public policy, Cook County: LCMOC contract, 1982

9 Public policy, Cook County: north, 1979

10 Public policy, Cook County: north, 1980-1982

11 Public policy, Cook County: northwest, 1979-1981

 

box 102

1 Public policy, Cook County: south & southwest, 1979

2 Public policy, Cook County: south & southwest, 1980

3 Public policy, Cook County: west, 1979-1981

4-5 Public policy correspondence, 1982

6-7 Public policy correspondence, 1983

8-9 Public policy correspondence, 1984

10 Public policy correspondence, 1985

11 Public policy correspondence, 1986

12 Public policy, displacement, 1980-1981

13 Public policy, drafts, 1983

 

box 103

1 Public policy, DuPage County, 1979

2 Public policy, DuPage County, 1980

3 Public policy, DuPage County, 1981-1982

4 Public policy, elderly housing, 1981-1982

5 Public policy, fair housing, 1980

6 Public policy, fair housing, 1981-1982

7 Public policy, fair market rents, 1979

8 Public policy, fair market rents, 1980-1981

9 Public policy, fair market rents, 1982

10 Public policy, financing, 1980

11-12 Public policy, financing, 1981

 

box 104

1 Public policy, financing, 1982

2 Public policy, Federal National Mortgage Association (FNMA), 1979

3 Public policy, Federal National Mortgage Association (FNMA), 1980-1982

4 Public policy, Federal Regional, 1979

5 Public policy, Gautreaux, 1979

6-7 Public policy, Gautreaux, 1981

8-10 Public policy, Gautreaux, 1982

11 Public policy, GAMA, 1982

12 Public policy, Harry N. Gottlieb, 1979

13 Public policy, handicapped housing, 1981

 

box 105

1 Public policy, Hispanic coalition, 1979

2 Public policy, Housing Abandonment Task Force, 1981

3-5 Public policy, Housing Abandonment Task Force, 1982

6 Public policy, Housing Abandonment Task Force, 1983

7 Public policy, Housing Authority of Cook County (HACC), 1979-1980

8 Public policy, Housing Authority of Cook County (HACC), 1981

9 Public policy, housing authorities in Illinois, 1980

10 Public policy, housing authorities in Illinois, 1981

11 Public policy, HAPs, 1980

12 Public policy, HAPs, 1981

13 Public policy, housing policy, 1982

14 Public policy, housing segregation, 1984

15 Public policy, Hyde Park, 1981

 

box 106

1 Public policy, Illinois, State of, 1979-1981

2 Public policy, IHDA, 1979

3 Public policy, IHDA, 1980

4 Public policy, IHDA, 1982

5 Public policy, integration, 1979-1981

6 Public policy, jobs and housing, 1979-1980

7 Public policy, jobs and housing, 1981-1982

8 Public policy, Kane County, 1981

9 Public policy, Aklilu Kidanu memoranda, 1983

10 Public policy, Lake County, 1979-1981

11 Public policy, Lake County, 1982

12 Public policy, leased housing, 1979

13 Public policy, leased housing, 1980-1981

14 Public policy, leased housing, 1982

 

box 107

1 Public policy, legal, 1980-1981

2 Public policy, legal, 1982

3 Public policy, legislation, 1979-1980

4 Public policy, legislation, 1981

5 Public policy, legislation, 1982

6 Public policy, mayors, 1979

7 Public policy, McHenry County, 1979-1982

8 Public policy, Metropolitan Action Institute, 1982

9 Public policy, Metropolitan Housing and Planning Council, 1979

10 Public policy, Metropolitan Housing and Planning Council, 1980

11 Public policy, Metropolitan Housing and Planning Council, 1981

12 Public policy, Metropolitan Housing and Planning Council, 1982

13 Public policy, miscellaneous, 1981

14 Public policy, Moderate Rehabilitation Project, 1980

 

box 108

1 Public policy, Moderate Rehabilitation Program, 1981

2 Public policy, Moderate Rehabilitation Program, 1982

3 Public policy, National Association of Housing and Redevelopment Officials (NAHRO) 1979-1981

4 Public policy, National Leased Housing Association (NLHA), 1979

5 Public policy, National Leased Housing Association (NLHA), 1980

6 Public policy, National Leased Housing Association (NLHA), 1981

7 Public policy, National Leased Housing Association (NLHA), 1982

8 Public policy, National Low Income Housing Coalition, 1979-1980

9 Public policy, National Low Income Housing Coalition, 1981

10 Public policy, National Low Income Housing Coalition, 1982

11 Public policy, neighborhoods, 1980-1981

Public policy, Northeastern Illinois Planning Commission (NIPC),

12 Public policy, Northeastern Illinois Planning Commission (NIPC), A-95, 1979

 

box 109

1 Public policy, Northeastern Illinois Planning Commission (NIPC), 1980

2 Public policy, Northeastern Illinois Planning Commission (NIPC), 1982

3 Public policy, Northeastern Illinois Planning Commission (NIPC), allocation, 1979

4 Public policy, Northeastern Illinois Planning Commission (NIPC), block grant reports, 1981

5 Public policy, Northeastern Illinois Planning Commission (NIPC), 1979

6 Public policy, Northeastern Illinois Planning Commission (NIPC), 1980-1981

7 Public policy, Northeastern Illinois Planning Commission (NIPC), 1982

8 Public policy, other cities, 1980-1982

9 Public policy, performance report, 1984

10 Public policy, Private Sector Committee, 1979

11 Public policy, program reports, 1979

 

box 110

1 Public policy, Project Self Sufficiency, 1985

2 Public policy, Project Self Sufficiency, 1986

3 Public policy, public housing, 1979

4 Public policy, Public Policy Program, 1980

5 Public policy, Public Policy Program, 1981

6 Public policy, Public Relations Group, 1967

7 Public policy, reallocation CD funds, 1980

8 Public policy, recent developments in housing, 1978-1982

9 Public policy, recent developments in housing, 1986

10-11 Public policy, Regional Housing Mobility Program, 1979

12 Public policy, Regional Housing Mobility Program, 1980

13 Public policy, Regional Housing Mobility Program, 1981

14 Public policy, Region Wide Section 8, 1979

 

box 111

1 Public policy, Regulations, 1982

2 Public policy, Rehabilitation, 1980

3 Public policy, Rescorp, 1982

4 Public policy, scattered site housing, 1979

5 Public policy, schools, 1980

6 Public policy, schools, 1982

7 Public policy, speeches, 1979

8 Public policy, speeches, 1982

9 Public policy, statistics concerning open housing in Illinois, 1980-1981

10 Public policy, statistics concerning open housing in Illinois, 1982

11 Public policy, Suburban Action Institute, 1980

12 Public policy, Trust, Inc., 1981

 

box 112

1 Public relations: Access Media Campaign, 1974

2 Public relations: anniversary party for the president, 1971

3 Public relations: April celebration, 1976

4 Public relations: autobiographical news releases, 1970-1976

5 Public relations: Helen Cody Baker Award, 1976

6 Public relations: Corporate Fair Housing Program, 1975

7 Public relations: Builders Expo, 1973

8 Public relations: brochures, 1971

9 Public relations: certificate of achievement, 1971

10 Public relations: certificate of achievement, 11973

11 Public relations: Community Associations Institute, 1975

12 Public relations: contracts, 1972-1976

13 Public relations: Equal Housing anniversary, 1972

14 Public relations: Fair Housing Center, 1975

15 Public relations: fundraising brochure, 1976

16 Public relations: Illinois Fair Housing Month, 1973

17 Public relations: Illinois Fair Housing Month, 1975

18 Public relations: live copy tapes, 1972

19 Public relations: mailings, 1972

 

box 113

1 Public relations: miscellaneous, 1978

2 Public relations: miscellaneous, 1969

3 Public relations: miscellaneous, 1970

4 Public relations: miscellaneous, 1971

5 Public relations: miscellaneous, 1972

6 Public relations: miscellaneous, 1973

7 Public relations: miscellaneous, undated

8 Public relations: newsclippings: general, 1969

9 Public relations: newsclippings: general, 1970

10 Public relations: newsclippings: general, 1971

11 Public relations: newsclippings: Home Investment Fund, 1969

12 Public relations: newsclippings: housing, 1968

13 Public relations: newsclippings: open house, 1975

 

box 114

1 Public relations: newsclippings: open house, 1976

2 Public relations: printing annual report, 1973

3 Public relations: printing annual report, 1975

4 Public relations: public service announcement, 1971

5 Public relations: publicity, 1973

6 Public relations: publicity, 1974-1975

7 Public relations: publicity, 1976

8 Public relations: PUSH Expo, 1973

9 Public relations: questionnaire to get new clients, 1969

10 Public relations: questionnaire to move, 1969

11 Public relations: radio, 1967

12 Public relations: Skip and Dip, 1969

13 Public relations: television, 1971

14 Public relations: television, 1972

15 Public relations: television, 1973-1974

16 Public relations: television, 1975

17 Public relations: television, 1976

18 Public relations: television, Your Home, 1975

 

box 115

1 Real estate audits, 1979

2 Real Estate Examining Committee, 1974

3 Real Estate Licensing Act (H.B. 707), 1973

4 Red-lining appraisals, 1974

5 Red-lining appraisals, 1976

6 Regional Agenda Project, 1986

7 Regional Housing Coalition: "A plan for balance distribution of housing opportunities for North Eastern Illinois," 1974

8-9 Regional Housing Coalition: A-95 review comments, 1975

10 Regional Housing Coalition: activity log, undated

11 Regional Housing Coalition: Addison, 1973

12 Regional Housing Coalition: Alsip, 1973

13 Regional Housing Coalition: annual meeting, 1975

 

box 116

1 Regional Housing Coalition: Arlington Heights, 1972-1973

2 Regional Housing Coalition: Arlington Heights, 1974

3 Regional Housing Coalition: Arlington Heights, 1975

4 Regional Housing Coalition: Antioch, 1975

5 Regional Housing Coalition: Aurora, 1975

6 Regional Housing Coalition: background & strategy, 1973

7 Regional Housing Coalition: Bartlett, 1972-1974

8 Regional Housing Coalition: Barrington, 1972-1974

9 Regional Housing Coalition: Barrington, 1975

10 Regional Housing Coalition: Batavia, 1972-1974

11 Regional Housing Coalition: Beecher, 1973

12 Regional Housing Coalition: Bensenville, 1973-1974

13 Regional Housing Coalition: Berwyn, 1972-1974

14 Regional Housing Coalition: Bloomingdale, 1974

15 Regional Housing Coalition: Bloomingdale, 1975

16 Regional Housing Coalition: Blue Island, 1973-1974

17 Regional Housing Coalition: board meetings, 1972-1973

18 Regional Housing Coalition: Bolingbrook, 1973-1976

19 Regional Housing Coalition: Bridgeview, undated

20 Regional Housing Coalition: Broadview, 1972-1974

21 Regional Housing Coalition: Brookfield, 1972-1974

 

box 117

1 Regional Housing Coalition: budget and financing, 1974

2 Regional Housing Coalition: budget and financing, 1975

3 Regional Housing Coalition: Buffalo Grove, 1972-1974

4 Regional Housing Coalition: Business and Professional Support Committee, 1972-1973

5 Regional Housing Coalition: Business and Professional Support Committee, 1974

6 Regional Housing Coalition: Calumet City, 1973

7 Regional Housing Coalition: Carol Stream, 1971-1976

8 Regional Housing Coalition: Carpentersville, 1972-1974

9 Regional Housing Coalition: certifications pertaining to civil rights, 1974

10 Regional Housing Coalition: Chicago Chamber of Commerce, 1973

11 Regional Housing Coalition: Chicago Heights, 1973

12 Regional Housing Coalition: Chicago Housing Authority, 1973

13 Regional Housing Coalition: Chicago Ridge, 1976

14 Regional Housing Coalition: church leader meetings, 1972

15 Regional Housing Coalition: church owned land, 1974

16 Regional Housing Coalition: church support of programs, 1973

17 Regional Housing Coalition: Church Women United, 1973

18 Regional Housing Coalition: Cicero, 1972-1974

19 Regional Housing Coalition: Citizen Concerns About Law and Moderate Income Housing, 1973

 

box 118

1 Regional Housing Coalition: Citizen Advisory Committee, 1972

2 Regional Housing Coalition: Citizen Advisory Committee, 1974

3-4 Regional Housing Coalition: Citizen Support Committee, 1973

5 Regional Housing Coalition: Citizen Support Committee, 1974

6 Regional Housing Coalition: Citizen Support Committee, 1975-1976

7 Regional Housing Coalition: Citizens Action Guide, 1973

8 Regional Housing Coalition: Citizens Advisory Committee, 1973

9 Regional Housing Coalition: Clarendon Hills, 1973-1974

10 Regional Housing Coalition: Community Development Act, 1974

11 Regional Housing Coalition: Community Development Act, 1976

 

box 119

1 Regional Housing Coalition: CPI, 1972

2 Regional Housing Coalition: CPI, 1973

3 Regional Housing Coalition: CPI, 1974

4 Regional Housing Coalition: CPI, 1975

5 Regional Housing Coalition: Common Cause, 1973

6 Regional Housing Coalition: community organizations, 1977

7 Regional Housing Coalition: Conference of Managed Growth, 1973

8 Regional Housing Coalition: contracts, 1973-1974

9 Regional Housing Coalition: control list, 1977

10 Regional Housing Coalition: Cook County, 1974

11 Regional Housing Coalition: Cook County, 1975

12 Regional Housing Coalition: Cook County, 1976

 

box 120

1 Regional Housing Coalition: correspondence, 1972

2-5 Regional Housing Coalition: correspondence, 1973

6-8 Regional Housing Coalition: correspondence, 1974

 

box 121

1 Regional Housing Coalition: correspondence, 1974

2-5 Regional Housing Coalition: correspondence, 1975

6 Regional Housing Coalition: correspondence, 1976

7 Regional Housing Coalition: Crestwood, undated

8 Regional Housing Coalition: Crystal Lake, 1974-1975

9 Regional Housing Coalition: Darien, 1972-1974

10 Regional Housing Coalition: Darien, 1975

11 Regional Housing Coalition: Deerfield, 1973-1975

12 Regional Housing Coalition: deferred return equality, 1974

 

box 122

1 Regional Housing Coalition: Des Plaines, 1972-1973

2 Regional Housing Coalition: Des Plaines, 1974

3 Regional Housing Coalition: Des Plaines, 1975

4 Regional Housing Coalition: Dixmoor, 1972

5 Regional Housing Coalition: Dolton, 1973

6 Regional Housing Coalition: Downers Grove, 1972-1974

7 Regional Housing Coalition: Downers Grove, 1975

8 Regional Housing Coalition: Downers Grove, 1976

9 Regional Housing Coalition: Du Kane Valley, 1972-1974

10 Regional Housing Coalition: Du Page County, 1973

11-12 Regional Housing Coalition: Du Page County, 1974

13-14 Regional Housing Coalition: Du Page County, 1975

 

box 123

box 1-2 Regional Housing Coalition: Du Page County, 1976

3 Regional Housing Coalition: Tamara J. Duggleby, 1972

4 Regional Housing Coalition: East Chicago Heights, 1976

5 Regional Housing Coalition: East Dundee, 1972-1974

6-7 Regional Housing Coalition: educational program, 1973

8 Regional Housing Coalition: elderly, 1976

9 Regional Housing Coalition: Elgin, 1972-1974

10 Regional Housing Coalition: Elk Grove Village, 1972-1974

11 Regional Housing Coalition: Elk Grove Village, 1975-1976

12 Regional Housing Coalition: Elmhurst, 1972-1975

13 Regional Housing Coalition: Elmwood Park, 1972-1974

14 Regional Housing Coalition: Evanston, 1974-1975

15 Regional Housing Coalition: Evergreen Park, 1973-1974

 

box 124

1 Regional Housing Coalition: Fair Share, 1973

2 Regional Housing Coalition: "Finders-Keepers," 1975-1977

3 Regional Housing Coalition: Flossmoor, 1972-1975

4 Regional Housing Coalition: Forrest Park, 1972-1974

5 Regional Housing Coalition: foundations, 1973

6 Regional Housing Coalition: Fox River Grove, 1975

7 Regional Housing Coalition: Frankfort, 1973

8 Regional Housing Coalition: Franklin Park, 1972-1974

9-11 Regional Housing Coalition: Gautreaux, 1976

12-13 Regional Housing Coalition: Gautreaux, 1980

 

box 125

1 Regional Housing Coalition: Geneva, 1972-1974

2 Regional Housing Coalition: Glen Ellyn, 1972-1973

3 Regional Housing Coalition: Glen Ellyn, 1974

4 Regional Housing Coalition: Glen Ellyn, 1975

5 Regional Housing Coalition: Glencoe, 1973-1975

6 Regional Housing Coalition: Glendale Heights, 1972-1976

7 Regional Housing Coalition: Glenview, 1973-1976

8 Regional Housing Coalition: Glenwood, 1971-1973

9 Regional Housing Coalition: Golf, 1973

10 Regional Housing Coalition: Grayslake, 1973-1974

11 Regional Housing Coalition: Gurnee, 1974

12 Regional Housing Coalition: HAP, general, 1976

13 Regional Housing Coalition: HAP, second year, 1976-1977

 

box 126

1 Regional Housing Coalition: Hanover Park, 1972-1974

2 Regional Housing Coalition: Harvey, 1971

3 Regional Housing Coalition: Hazel Crest, 1972-1975

4 Regional Housing Coalition: Highland Park, 1973-1974

5 Regional Housing Coalition: Highland Park, 1975

6 Regional Housing Coalition: Hillside, 1972-1973

7 Regional Housing Coalition: Hinsdale, 1972-1974

8 Regional Housing Coalition: history, 1973

9 Regional Housing Coalition: history, undated

10 Regional Housing Coalition: Hoffman Estate, 1972-1975

11 Regional Housing Coalition: Homewood, 1973

12 Regional Housing Coalition: HOPE, 1973

13 Regional Housing Coalition: housing allowances, 1973

14 Regional Housing Coalition: Housing Assistance Plan, general, 1975

15 Regional Housing Coalition: Housing Assistance Plan, report, 1973

 

box 127

1 Regional Housing Coalition: Housing Assistance Plan, 1974

2 Regional Housing Coalition: Housing Assistance Plan, January-March, 1975

3 Regional Housing Coalition: Housing Assistance Plan, July-September, 1975

4 Regional Housing Coalition: Housing Assistance Plan, October-December 1975

5 Regional Housing Coalition: Housing Assistance Plan, January-March 1976

6 Regional Housing Coalition: Housing Assistance Plan, April-June 1976

7 Regional Housing Coalition: Housing Assistance Plan, July-September 1976

8 Regional Housing Coalition: Housing Dispersal Plan, 1973

9 Regional Housing Coalition: Housing Implementation Committee, 1972-1973

10 Regional Housing Coalition: Housing Implementation Committee, 1975

11 Regional Housing Coalition: HUD, 1975

12 Regional Housing Coalition: HUD, 1976

 

box 128

1 Regional Housing Coalition: Hyde Park, 1974-1975

2 Regional Housing Coalition: Hyde Park, 1976

3 Regional Housing Coalition: Hyde Park, 1977

4-5 Regional Housing Coalition: Illinois, State of, 1974

6 Regional Housing Coalition: IHDA, 1975

7 Regional Housing Coalition: IHDA, 1976

8 Regional Housing Coalition: industry, 1971-1973

9 Regional Housing Coalition: interim plan, 1974

10 Regional Housing Coalition: Itasca, 1972-1974

11 Regional Housing Coalition: Inverness, 1972-1974

12 Regional Housing Coalition: Island Lake, 1974

13 Regional Housing Coalition: job assignments, 1974

 

box 129

1 Regional Housing Coalition: Job Linked Housing Conference, 1973

2 Regional Housing Coalition: Job Linked Housing Conference, 1974

3 Regional Housing Coalition: Joliet, 1972

4 Regional Housing Coalition: Joliet, 1973

5 Regional Housing Coalition: Joliet, 1974

6 Regional Housing Coalition: Justice, 1973

7 Regional Housing Coalition: Kane County, 1973

8 Regional Housing Coalition: Kane County, 1974

9 Regional Housing Coalition: Kane County, 1975-1976

10 Regional Housing Coalition: Kennilworth, 1974

11 Regional Housing Coalition: La Grange, 1972-1974

12 Regional Housing Coalition: Lake Bluff, 1973-1975

13 Regional Housing Coalition: Lake County, 1972

14 Regional Housing Coalition: Lake County, 1973

 

box 130

1 Regional Housing Coalition: Lake County, 1974

2 Regional Housing Coalition: Lake County, 1975

3 Regional Housing Coalition: Lake County, 1976-1977

4 Regional Housing Coalition: Lake Forest, 1974

5 Regional Housing Coalition: Lake Villa, 1973

6 Regional Housing Coalition: Lake Zurich, 1973-1974

7 Regional Housing Coalition: LAND, 1974

8 Regional Housing Coalition: Lansing, 1973

9 Regional Housing Coalition: Lawndale, 1973

10 Regional Housing Coalition: LCMOC, 1974

11 Regional Housing Coalition: LCMOC, 1975

12 Regional Housing Coalition: LCMOC, undated

13 Regional Housing Coalition: Leadership Resource, 1972-1974

14 Regional Housing Coalition: League of Woman Voters, 1973

15 Regional Housing Coalition: leased housing, 1975

 

box 131

1 Regional Housing Coalition: leased housing, 1975

2 Regional Housing Coalition: leased housing, 1976

3 Regional Housing Coalition: Leasing Program, 1974

4 Regional Housing Coalition: Libertyville, 1972-1974

5 Regional Housing Coalition: Libertyville, 1975

6 Regional Housing Coalition: Lincolnwood, 1974

7 Regional Housing Coalition: linked housing, 1973-1974

8 Regional Housing Coalition: Lisle, 1973-1975

9 Regional Housing Coalition: Lockport, 1973

10 Regional Housing Coalition: Lombard, 1971

11 Regional Housing Coalition: Lombard, 1972-1976

12 Regional Housing Coalition: luncheon, 1973

13 Regional Housing Coalition: luncheon, 1975

14 Regional Housing Coalition: Lyons, 1973

15 Regional Housing Coalition: mailing list for newsletter, 1975

 

box 132

1 Regional Housing Coalition: Markham, 1974

2 Regional Housing Coalition: Matteson, 1973

3 Regional Housing Coalition: Mayors Steering Committee, 1971

4 Regional Housing Coalition: Mayors Steering Committee, 1972

5 Regional Housing Coalition: Mayors Steering Committee, 1973

6 Regional Housing Coalition: Mayors Steering Committee, 1974

7 Regional Housing Coalition: Mayors Steering Committee, 1975

8 Regional Housing Coalition: Mayors Steering Committee, 1976

9 Regional Housing Coalition: mayoral list, 1973

10 Regional Housing Coalition: Maywood, 1971-1974

11 Regional Housing Coalition: McHenry County, 1973-1974

12 Regional Housing Coalition: McHenry County, 1975

13 Regional Housing Coalition: media, 1973

14 Regional Housing Coalition: meetings of the RHC, 1973-1975

15 Regional Housing Coalition: Metropolitan Housing Coalition briefing, 1972

 

box 133

1 Regional Housing Coalition: Melrose Park, 1972-1974

2 Regional Housing Coalition: Metropolitan Housing and Planning Council (MHPC) 1974-1975

3 Regional Housing Coalition: Metropolitan Housing and Planning Council (MHPC) 1976

4 Regional Housing Coalition: Metropolitan Housing and Planning Council (MHPC) 1977

5 Regional Housing Coalition: mid-summer report, 1974

6 Regional Housing Coalition: Midlothian, 1973

7-9 Regional Housing Coalition: miscellaneous, 1973

10 Regional Housing Coalition: miscellaneous, 1974-1975

11 Regional Housing Coalition: Mokena, 1973

12 Regional Housing Coalition: monthly reports, 1976

13 Regional Housing Coalition: Morton Grove, 1973-1974

14 Regional Housing Coalition: Morton Grove, 1975

15 Regional Housing Coalition: Mount Laurel, 1975

16 Regional Housing Coalition: Mount Prospect, 1971-1972

 

box 134

1 Regional Housing Coalition: Mount Prospect, 1973-1974

2 Regional Housing Coalition: Mundelein, 1973-1975

3 Regional Housing Coalition: Naperville, 1972-1975

4 Regional Housing Coalition: need tables, 1973

5 Regional Housing Coalition: need studies, 1973

6 Regional Housing Coalition: need survey, 1973

7 Regional Housing Coalition: New Lenox, 1973

8 Regional Housing Coalition: newsletter 1973-1974

9 Regional Housing Coalition: Niles, 1973-1975

10 Regional Housing Coalition: NIPC, general, 1972

11 Regional Housing Coalition: NIPC, 1973

 

box 135

1 Regional Housing Coalition: NIPC, 1975

2-3 Regional Housing Coalition: NIPC, 1977

4 Regional Housing Coalition: NIPC, LCMOC contract, 1973-1976

5 Regional Housing Coalition: NIPC, monthly reports, 1976

6 Regional Housing Coalition: NIPC, 701 planning, 1975

7 Regional Housing Coalition: NIPC, 1976

8 Regional Housing Coalition: NIPC, 1977

9 Regional Housing Coalition: Norridge, 1972-1974

10 Regional Housing Coalition: North Aurora, 1973

11 Regional Housing Coalition: North Chicago, 1972-1974

12 Regional Housing Coalition: North Cook County sector meeting, 1973

13 Regional Housing Coalition: North Cook County sector meeting, 1974-1975

 

box 136

1 Regional Housing Coalition: North Riverside, 1972-1974

2 Regional Housing Coalition: North Shore Inter-Faith Housing Council, 1973

3 Regional Housing Coalition: North Shore Inter-Faith Housing Council, 1974

4 Regional Housing Coalition: North Shore Inter-Faith Housing Council, 1975

5 Regional Housing Coalition: Northbrook, 1972-1974

6 Regional Housing Coalition: Northfield, 1973-1974

7 Regional Housing Coalition: Northlake, 1972-1974

8 Regional Housing Coalition: North West Cook County sector meeting, 1973-1974

9 Regional Housing Coalition: Northwestern University, 1972

10 Regional Housing Coalition: Northwestern University, 1973

11 Regional Housing Coalition: Oak Brook, 1970-1975

12 Regional Housing Coalition: Oak Brook, 1976

 

box 137

1 Regional Housing Coalition: Oak Forest, 1973

2 Regional Housing Coalition: Oak Lawn, 1967-1975

3 Regional Housing Coalition: Oak Park, 1972-1973

4 Regional Housing Coalition: Oak Park, 1974

5 Regional Housing Coalition: Olympia Fields, 1973-1975

6 Regional Housing Coalition: "Operating Understanding" party guest book, 1969

7 Regional Housing Coalition: Orland Park, 1973

8 Regional Housing Coalition: Jack Pahl, 1976

9 Regional Housing Coalition: Palatine, 1972-1976

10 Regional Housing Coalition: Palos Heights, 1973

11 Regional Housing Coalition: Palos Park, 1973

12 Regional Housing Coalition: Park Forest, 1972-1975

13 Regional Housing Coalition: Park Forest, 1979-1986

14 Regional Housing Coalition: Park Forest South, 1974

15 Regional Housing Coalition: Park Forest South, 1975

16 Regional Housing Coalition: Park Ridge, 1972-1974

 

box 138

1 Regional Housing Coalition: Plainfield, 1973

2-3 Regional Housing Coalition: plan comments & reactions, 1973

4 Regional Housing Coalition: Plan for balanced distribution in housing, comments & reactions, 1973

5 Regional Housing Coalition: policy committee, 1976

6 Regional Housing Coalition: Posen, 1973

7 Regional Housing Coalition: presentation outlines, 1973

8 Regional Housing Coalition: press releases, 1972

9 Regional Housing Coalition: press releases, 1973

10 Regional Housing Coalition: press briefing, 1972

11 Regional Housing Coalition: program development, 1972-1974

12 Regional Housing Coalition: Program for Moderate and Low Income Housing, 1973

13 Regional Housing Coalition: public relations campaign, 1973-1974

 

box 139

1 Regional Housing Coalition: rehabilitation, 1975-1977

2 Regional Housing Coalition: Richton Park, 1985-1986

3 Regional Housing Coalition: Riverdale, 1973

4 Regional Housing Coalition: Riverside, 1972-1974

5 Regional Housing Coalition: Responsible Housing Practices Counseling Service, 1973

6 Regional Housing Coalition: Robbins, undated

7 Regional Housing Coalition: Rolling Meadow, 1972-1974

8 Regional Housing Coalition: Romeoville, 1975

9 Regional Housing Coalition: Roselle, 1973

10 Regional Housing Coalition: Round Lake Beach, 1973-1974

11 Regional Housing Coalition: Saint Charles, 1972-1974

12 Regional Housing Coalition: Sauk Village, 1973

13 Regional Housing Coalition: Schaumburg, 1972-1975

14 Regional Housing Coalition: Schiller Park, 1972-1974

15 Regional Housing Coalition: sector meetings, 1973

16 Regional Housing Coalition: Section 8, 1975

17 Regional Housing Coalition: Section 23, 1973

18 Regional Housing Coalition: Section 23, 1974

 

box 140

1 Regional Housing Coalition: Section 23, 1974

2 Regional Housing Coalition: school review, 1974-1975

3 Regional Housing Coalition: Shorewood, 1973

4 Regional Housing Coalition: Skokie, 1973

5 Regional Housing Coalition: Skokie, 1974

6-8 Regional Housing Coalition: Skokie, 1975

9 Regional Housing Coalition: Skokie, 1976

10 Regional Housing Coalition: Sleepy Hollow, 1972-1974

11 Regional Housing Coalition: small brochure, 1972

12 Regional Housing Coalition: South Chicago Heights, 1973

13 Regional Housing Coalition: South Holland, Indiana, 1973

14 Regional Housing Coalition: speeches, 1972

15 Regional Housing Coalition: speeches, 1973

16 Regional Housing Coalition: speeches, 1974

17 Regional Housing Coalition: speeches, 1975

18 Regional Housing Coalition: speeches, 1976-1977

19 Regional Housing Coalition: speeches, undated

 

box 141

1 Regional Housing Coalition: staff memoranda, 1973-1975

2 Regional Housing Coalition: staff reports, 1973

3 Regional Housing Coalition: staff reports, 1974

4 Regional Housing Coalition: staff reports, 1975

5-6 Regional Housing Coalition: statistical data, 1973

7 Regional Housing Coalition: statistical data, 1974-1975

8 Regional Housing Coalition: Steger, 1973

9 Regional Housing Coalition: Streamwood, 1972-1974

10 Regional Housing Coalition: suburban Mays meetings, 1973

11 Regional Housing Coalition: Sugar Grove, 1972-1974

12 Regional Housing Coalition: Techny, 1972-1974

 

box 142

1 Regional Housing Coalition: Thornton, 1973

2 Regional Housing Coalition: Tinley Park, 1973-1974

3-4 Regional Housing Coalition: transition, 1977

5 Regional Housing Coalition: Vernon Hills, 1974

6 Regional Housing Coalition: Villa Park, 1972-1974

7 Regional Housing Coalition: Wall Street Journal, 1975

8 Regional Housing Coalition: Warrenville, 1973-1974

9 Regional Housing Coalition: Waukegan, 1973-1974

10 Regional Housing Coalition: West Chicago, 1972-1974

11 Regional Housing Coalition: Western Springs, 1972-1974

12 Regional Housing Coalition: Westhaven, 1976

13 Regional Housing Coalition: Westmont, 1973-1974

14 Regional Housing Coalition: Wheaton, 1972-1974

15 Regional Housing Coalition: Wheeling, 1972-1974

16 Regional Housing Coalition: Will County, 1973

17 Regional Housing Coalition: Will County, 1975-1976

18 Regional Housing Coalition: Willow Springs, 1975

19 Regional Housing Coalition: Willowbrook, 1975

20 Regional Housing Coalition: Wilmette, 1973-1974

21 Regional Housing Coalition: Wilmington, 1973

22 Regional Housing Coalition: Winfield, 1972-1974

 

box 143

1 Regional Housing Coalition: Winnetka, 1973

2 Regional Housing Coalition: Winnetka, 1974

3 Regional Housing Coalition: Winnetka, 1975

4 Regional Housing Coalition: Woodale, 1975

5 Regional Housing Coalition: Woodridge, 1972-1973

6 Regional Housing Coalition: work program for fiscal year, 1975

7 Regional Housing Coalition: Worth, 1973

8 Regional Housing Coalition: Zion, 1973-1974

9 Regional Housing and Action Study, 1974

10 Regional Housing and Action Study, 1979

11 Regional Housing and Action Study, 1980

12 Rental listings, 1968

13 Rental listings, 1968

 

box 144

1 Rental listings, 969

2 "Report of the Government Relations Committee to the Board of Directors of the LCMOC," 1967

3 Reports and research, miscellaneous, 1966

4 Requests for LCMOC literature, 1968

5 Residential development: Arboretum Village, 1981

6 Residential development: Aspin Ridge, 1980

7 Residential development: Audit Supervisor, 1981

8 Residential development: Bainridge Apartments, 1981

9 Residential development: Barrington Lakes, 1981

10 Residential development: Berwyn, 1980

11 Residential development: Briarcliffe Lakeside, 1981

12 Residential development: Candlewood Apartments, 1981

13 Residential development: Chalet Apartments, 1981

14 Residential development: Chicago Heights vs. Auquilla-DeHann Realtors, 1980

15 Residential development: Chippendale Apartments, undated

16 Residential development: Circle Hill Apartments, 1981

 

box 145

1 Residential development: Colonial Place, 1981

2 Residential development: Countryside Apartments, 1980-1981

3 Residential development: Crestline Court, 1980

4 Residential development: Edgewater Walls Apartments, 1980

5 Residential development: Elmwood Park, 1980

6 Residential development: English Valley Apartments, 1980

7 Residential development: Fair housing study I, narrative, 1980

8 Residential development: Fair housing study I, report, 1980

9-10 Residential development: Fair housing study II, report, 1980

11 Residential development: Fair housing study III, narrative, undated

12 Residential development: Flagship, 1980

13 Residential development: Forest Oaks, undated

 

box 146

1 Residential development: Harwood Heights, 1980

2 Residential development: Harwood Heights, 1981

3 Residential development: Heritage House, 1980

4 Residential development: Holiday Lane, 1980

5 Residential development: Inverleith, 1980

6 Residential development: Lansing Oaks, undated

7 Residential development: Lansing Square Apartments, 1980

8 Residential development: Lansing Square Apartments, undated

9 Residential development: Lyons Audit, undated

10-15 Residential development: misc, reality audit forms, 1980

 

box 147

1 Residential development: misc, reality audit forms, 1980

2 Residential development: George Mueller and Sons Reality, undated

3 Residential development: Northridge Audit, 1980

4-8 Residential development: Northwest Chicago Audit, 1980

9 Residential development: Regency Terrace, 1980

10 Residential development: Riverside Audit, undated

11 Residential development: Shorewood Village, 1980

12 Residential development: Sirles Audit, 1980

 

box 148

1 Residential development: Sleepy Hollows, 1980

2 Residential development: Somerset Apartments, 1980

3 Residential development: Sparrow Point, 1980

4 Residential development: Springside Manor, 1980

5 Residential development: Stickney, 1980

6 Residential development: The Tree House, 1986

7 Residential development: Timberlake Village, undated

8 Residential development: Timberlane Apartments, undated

9 Residential development: Town and Country Apartments, 1980

10 Residential development: Van Der Noord Apartments, 1980-1981

11 Residential development: Versailles Apartments, 1980

12 Residential development: Village Grove, 1980

13 Residential development: Westgate Apartments, undated

14 Residential development: Willow Bend, 1980

15 Residential development: Woodcrest Apartments, undated

16 RESCORP, 1973

17 RESCORP, 1975

 

box 149

1 Noah Robinson, 1972

2 Rogers Park, 1981

3 Roosevelt University, 1986

4 Roundtable on Racism, 1972

5-6 Sale and Rental Auditing, 1979

7 Ronald Sammuels: Clark vs. Universal Builders: Miscellaneous, 1972

8 Ronald Sammuels: Clark vs. Universal Builders: Trial Notes, 1972

9-10 Ronald Sammuels: Miscellaneous, 1972

 

box 150

1-3 Ronald Sammuels: 1972

4 David Schucker, 1974

5-10 David Schucker, 1975

11-12 David Schucker, 1976

 

box 151

1 Robert Schwemm, 1974

2 Robert Schwemm, 1975

3 Seaton vs. Sky Reality, 1974

4 Second Summit: affordability, 1986

5 Second Summit: affordability, February, 1986

6 Second Summit: financial session, 1986

7 Second Summit: summary report, 1986

8 Second Summit: Third committee group, 1986

9 Second Summit: television documentary, 1986

10 Section 8: Brookfield, 1980

11-12 Section 8: Cicero, undated

13 Section 8: general, 1976

 

box 152

1 Section 8: Lagrange and Lagrange Park, 1980

2 Section 8: Lyons, 1980

3 Section 8: North Riverside, 1980

4-5 Section 8: River Forest, 1980

6 Section 8: River Grove, 1980

7 Section 23 resolutions, 1974

8 Section 235 home ownership, 1970

9 Segregation, 1986

10 Senate Bill Number 155, 1967

11 Senate Congressional Records, 1986

12 Senior Citizen Activity Report, 1973-1975

13 Strategy meetings, 1973

14 Slide text, 1973

15 Slide script, 1985

 

box 153

1 Dan Smith, 1968

2 Ruby Blake Sneed, 1973

3 Ruby Blake Sneed, 1974

4 Social Security Administration, 1970

5 South Cook County Mayors Meeting, 1972

6 South East Community Organization, 1968

7 South Shore Commission, 1968

8 South Suburban Housing Center, 1979

9 South Suburban Housing Center, 1980-1986

10 South Suburban Relations Council, 1968

11 Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC), 1968

12 Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC), 1972

13 Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC), 1974

14 Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC), 1985

15 Southern Regional Conference, Inc., 1968

16 Southwest Cook County Communities, 1973

17 Southwest Parish and Neighborhood Foundation, 1976

18 Southwest Suburban Board of Realtors, 1986

19 Southwest Suburban Housing Center, 1986

 

box 154

1-2 Southwest Suburban Leadership Conference on Housing, 1967

3 Spanish Americans Citizens Association, 1967

4 Speaking engagements by LCMOC Staff, 1966-1967

5 Staff analysis of quota questions and policies, 1973

6 Staff reports, 1969

7 Staff reports, 1970

8-9 Staff reports, 1971

10 Staff reports, 1972

11 Statement to City Council Hearing on Budget, 1979

12 Statistical summaries of equal opportunity housing, 1968-1969

13 Adlai Stevenson, 1974

14 Percy Stevenson, 1985

15 James B. Stvenski, 1980

16 Subcommittee on Housing and Urban Affairs testimony, 1973

17 Suburban action, 1980

 

box 155

1 Suburban coalition meeting, 1974

2 Suburban relations councils, 1967

3 Summaries of activities and task work, 1974

4 Task Force for the Aging, 1973

5 Tax assessment, 1979

6 Television interview shows, 1971

7 Terminated staff, 1975

8 James B. Thompson, 1977

9 Toledo National Housing Conference, 1986

10 Tri-City Human Relations Council, Inc., 1969

11 Tri-City Human Relations Council, Inc., 1974

12 Tri-City Human Relations Council, Inc., 1979

13 Trust, Inc., 1979

14 Trust, Inc., 1986

15 Robert L. Tucker, 1986

16 "Twelve months of LCMOC activity - A staff report," 1967

17 Twentieth anniversary celebration, 1986

18 "Understanding fair housing," 1973

19 Unemployment compensation, 1986

20 Unions, 1968

21 Unite, 1980

22 United Auto Workers Region Number 4, 1967

23 United States Attorney, 1986

24 United States Commission on Civil Rights, 1968

24 United States Congressmen correspondence, 1968

25 United States Senators correspondence, 1968

 

box 156

1 United States Department of Housing and Urban Development: A proposal for a fair service, 1967-1968

2 U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Dev.: Affirmative Experimental Fair Housing Program, 1975

3 U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Dev.: American National Bank, 1968-1970

4 U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Dev.: auditing, 1970

5 U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Dev.: Baltimore Regional Planning Council, 1980

6 U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Dev.: budget, 1981-1982

7 U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Dev.: Clarence Banks, 1980

8 U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Dev.: Center for Urban Affairs, 1976

9 U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Dev.: Community Study Group, 1974

10 U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Dev.: complaint & documentary activity report, 1980

11 U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Dev.: contracts, 1968-1969

12 U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Dev.: 1977

13-14 U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Dev.: 1978

15 United States Department of Housing and Urban Development: corres., 1969

16 United States Department of Housing and Urban Development: corres., 1970

 

box 157

1 United States Department of Housing and Urban Development: corres., 1971

2 United States Department of Housing and Urban Development: corres., 1972

3 United States Department of Housing and Urban Development: corres., 1973

4 United States Department of Housing and Urban Development: corres., 1974

5 United States Department of Housing and Urban Development: corres., 1975

6 United States Department of Housing and Urban Development: corres., 1976

7 United States Department of Housing and Urban Development: corres., 1977

8 United States Department of Housing and Urban Development: corres., 1978

9 United States Department of Housing and Urban Development: corres., 1979

10 United States Department of Housing and Urban Development: corres., 1980

11 United States Department of Housing and Urban Development: corres., 1981

12 United States Department of Housing and Urban Development: corres., 1982

13 United States Department of Housing and Urban Development: corres., 1986

14 United States Department of Housing and Urban Development: counseling activity sheets, 1979

15 United States Department of Housing and Urban Development: counseling grant, 1977

16 United States Department of Housing and Urban Development: counseling grant, 1978

17 United States Department of Housing and Urban Development: counseling grant, 1979

 

box 158

1-2 United States Department of Housing and Urban Development: counseling grant, 1979

3 United States Department of Housing and Urban Development: counseling grant, 1980

4 United States Department of Housing and Urban Development: demonstration research contract, 1969

5 United States Department of Housing and Urban Development: directors meeting, 1981

6 United States Department of Housing and Urban Development: directors meeting, 1982

7 United States Department of Housing and Urban Development: directors meeting, 1983

8 United States Department of Housing and Urban Development: directors meeting, 1984

9 United States Department of Housing and Urban Development: directors meeting, 1985

10-11 United States Department of Housing and Urban Development: Fair Housing Initiatives Program, 1986

12 United States Department of Housing and Urban Development: FHA Study Group, 1975

 

box 159

1 United States Department of Housing and Urban Development: FNMA, 1979

2 United States Department of Housing and Urban Development: fundraising, 1972-1976

3 United States Department of Housing and Urban Development: GTR Evaluations, 1979

4 United States Department of Housing and Urban Development: Gautreaux Draft Agreements, 1976

5 United States Department of Housing and Urban Development: Gautreaux Proposal, 1976

6 United States Department of Housing and Urban Development: Housing Assistance Payment Program 1976

7 United States Department of Housing and Urban Development: housing information, 1980

8 United States Department of Housing and Urban Development: NCDH Housing Demonstration Project, 1980-1981

9 United States Department of Housing and Urban Development: insurance, 1972

10 United States Department of Housing and Urban Development: investigation, 1981

11 United States Department of Housing and Urban Development: Kathy Cardona-Edgar Wiley, undated

12 United States Department of Housing and Urban Development: Legal Action Program reports, Feb. 1973

13 United States Department of Housing and Urban Development: Legal Action Program reports, March 1973

 

box 160

1 United States Department of Housing and Urban Development: Legal Action Program reports, March 1973

2-3 United States Department of Housing and Urban Development: Legal Action Program reports, April 1973

4 United States Department of Housing and Urban Development: Legal Action Program reports, 1974

5 United States Department of Housing and Urban Development: memoranda, 1979

6 U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Dev.: Mark Battle Associates: invoices, 1979

7 U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Dev.: Mark Battle Associates: miscellaneous notes, 1979

8-9 U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Dev.: Mark Battle Associates: monthly progress reports, 1978

10 U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Dev.: Mark Battle Associates: 1979

11-12 U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Dev.: Mark Battle Associates: proposal, 1977

13 U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Dev.: Mark Battle Associates: work plan, 1977

14 United States Department of Housing and Urban Development: McCormick Beatty Corporation, 1979

15 United States Department of Housing and Urban Development: NCHP Property Management, 1979

 

box 161

1 United States Department of Housing and Urban Development: negotiations for renewal, 1979

2 United States Department of Housing and Urban Development: occupancy record, 1979

3 United States Department of Housing and Urban Development: operating cost, 1977

4 U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Dev.: owned and assisted properties, 1976

5 U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Dev.: pre-purchase counseling program, 1977

6 United States Department of Housing and Urban Development: property, 1979-1982

7 U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Dev.: proposed rule change, 1971

8 U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Dev.: public housing authorities, 1976

9 United States Department of Housing and Urban Development: public policy, 1979

10 United States Department of Housing and Urban Development: public policy, 1980

11 United States Department of Housing and Urban Development: public policy, 1981

12 United States Department of Housing and Urban Development: public policy, 1986

13 United States Department of Housing and Urban Development: review, 1980

14 United States Department of Housing and Urban Development: staff, 1978

15 United States Department of Housing and Urban Development: staff, 1979

16 United States Department of Housing and Urban Development: staff, 1980-1981

17 United States Department of Housing and Urban Development: staff, 1982-1983

 

box 162

1 United States Department of Housing and Urban Development: Stone reports, 1982

2 U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Dev.: summary activities & task work, July, 1973

3 U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Dev.: summary activities & task work, Aug., 1973

4 U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Dev.: summary activities & task work, Sept., 1973

5 U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Dev.: summary activities & task work, Oct., 1973

6 U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Dev.: summary activities & task work, Nov., 1973

7 U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Dev.: summary activities & task work, Dec., 1973

8 U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Dev.: summary activities & task work, Jan., 1974

9 U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Dev.: summary activities & task work, Feb., 1974

10 U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Dev.: summary activities & task work, Mar., 1974

11 U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Dev.: summary activities & task work, Apr., 1974

12 U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Dev.: summary activities & task work, May, 1974

13 U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Dev.: summary activities & task work, June, 1974

 

box 163

1 United States Department of Housing and Urban Development: task force, 1977

2 United States Department of Housing and Urban Development: tenant letters, 1979

3 U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Dev.: Urban Service Reality and Management Group, 1979

4 U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Dev.: United States Commission on Civil Rights, 1968

5 U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Dev.: Veterans Administration complaint, 1976-1977

6 United States Department of Housing and Urban Development: work program proposal, 1976

7 United Way, 1980

8 United Way, 1986

9 University of Chicago, 1969

10 University of Chicago, 1973

11 University of Chicago, 1974

12 University of Chicago, 1986

13 University of Illinois Champaign Study, 1968

14 University of Illinois Chicago, 1986

15 Urban American, Inc., 1967

16 Urban Coalition, 1967

17 Urban Coalition, 1968

18 Urban League, 1968

19 Urban Housing Needs Panel, 1974

 

box 164

1 Urban Reinvestment Task Force, 1974

2 Urban Stimulation Newsletter, 1972

3 Urban-Suburban Investment Study Group, 1973

4 Eleanor T. Vaughan, 1968

5-6 Eleanor T. Vaughan, 1969

7 Eleanor T. Vaughan, 1970

8 Veterans Administration: LCMOC cooperative program, August, 1969

9 Veterans Administration: LCMOC cooperative program, October-September, 1969

10 Veterans Administration: LCMOC cooperative program, December, 1969

11-12 Veterans Administration: LCMOC cooperative program, sold properties, 1969

 

box 165

1-2 Veterans Administration: LCMOC cooperative program, 1969

3 Violence and harassment, 1979

4 Daniel Walker, 1967-1969

5 Daniel Walker, 1974

6-8 Weekly fair housing report, 1969

9 Weekly review of cases, 1972

10 Welfare Council of Metropolitan Chicago, 1967

11 Welfare Council of Metropolitan Chicago, 1968

12 West Side Coalition, 1972

13 West Side Federation, 1967

14 West Suburban Board of Realtors, 1970

15 West Suburban Fair Housing Center, 1974

 

box 166

1 West Suburban Fair Housing Center, 1975-1976

2 West Suburban Fair Housing Center, 1980

3-5 West Suburban Housing Conference, 1976

6 West Suburban Organization for Fair Housing, 1967

7 Westchester Residential Opportunities, Inc., 1970-1972

8 Weston, 1967-1968

9 Wilkes Reality, 1979-1980

10-14 Kale Williams, 1972

 

box 167

1-4 Kale Williams, 1972

5-6 Kale Williams, 1973

7-10 Kale Williams, 1974

 

box 168

1-2 Kale Williams, 1975

3 Kale Williams, 1976

4-5 Kale Williams, 1977

6 Kale Williams, 1978

7 Kale Williams, 1979

8 Kale Williams, 1980

9 Kale Williams, 1981

 

box 169

1-2 Kale Williams, 1986

3 Wingspread Project, 1967

4 Jack Woltjen, 1970

5-6 Jack Woltjen, 1971

7 Jack Woltjen, 1972

8 Jack Woltjen, 1973

9 Jack Woltjen, 1974

10 Jack Woltjen, 1975

11 Jack Woltjen, 1976

 

box 170

1 Woodstock Institute, 1986

2 Woodstock Project, 1973

3 Woodstock Project, 1975

4 Woodstock Project, 1976

5 Work study, 1972

6 World Without War Council, Inc., 1986

7 Young Men's Christian Association, 1968

8 Matthew G. Zatkalik, 1980

9 Henry Zuba correspondence incoming, 1972-44

10 Henry Zuba correspondence outgoing, 1972

11 Henry Zuba correspondence, 1973

12 Henry Zuba correspondence, 1974

13 Henry Zuba correspondence, 1975

14 Henry Zuba, Du Page County, 1972-1973

15 Henry Zuba, Kane County, 1972-1973

16 Henry Zuba, Memoranda, 1976

17 Henry Zuba, Northwest Cook County, 1972-1973

18 Henry Zuba, West Cook County, 1972-1973

 

Box 171 Restricted materials

This box is closed to researchers.

 

Part 2 of this collection is closed until processed.

 

 

List of old catalog headings about the collection placed in the Manuscripts Card Catalog:

The following index headings were entered in the online catalog.

Subjects:

Leadership Council for Metropolitan Open Communities--Archives.

Afro-Americans. Illinois. Chicago

Civil rights. Illinois. Chicago

Discrimination in housing. Illinois. Chicago

Legal documents

Race relations

 

Added entries:

Chicago Freedom Movement

Chicago Housing Authority

Gautreaux Demonstration Program

Holmgren, Edward

Metropolitan Housing Development Corporation

Metropolitan Housing Coalition

Regional Housing Coalition

Summit Agreement

U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development

Williams, Kale