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Cabinet and post-cabinet reorganization files, 1956-1977.

Author: William A Waldron; Massachusetts. General Court. House of Representatives. Committee on Rules.
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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St 1969, c 704 reorganized the executive branch of Massachusetts government into a cabinet system consisting of executive secretariats. Series documents the reorganization through files accumulated before, during, and after this process by William A. Waldron, who served as special counsel to the General Court's House Committee on Rules, 1969, 1971, 1973-1974--at the time when the committee played a major role in
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Genre/Form: State government records
Correspondence
Memorandums
Notes
Reports
Named Person: Michael S Dukakis; Foster 1911-1995 Furcolo; Francis W Sargent; Joseph D Ward
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: William A Waldron; Massachusetts. General Court. House of Representatives. Committee on Rules.
OCLC Number: 79843117
Notes: Series constitutes part of the papers of William Augustus Waldron, an attorney practicing in Boston with an additional career in public administration. He held posts with the New York State Assembly and Constitutional Convention (1937-1938), the federal Dept. of Justice (1942), and the National War Labor Board (1942-1945); and in Massachusetts served with the Special Commission on the Structure of the State Government (1950-1954, from 1952 as executive director), as special assistant attorney general (1962), as commissioner of administration (1963-1965), and as special counsel to the General Court's House Rules Committee (1969, 1971, 1973-1974)
See also: Massachusetts. Special Commission on the Structure of the State Government. Commission files, 1950-1954 (bulk 1952-1953) ((M-Ar)2227X); Massachusetts. Executive Office for Administration and Finance. Commissioner's administration subject files, 1956-1980 (bulk 1963-1965) ((M-Ar)2226)
Description: 5 cubic ft. (4 record center cartons)

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St 1969, c 704 reorganized the executive branch of Massachusetts government into a cabinet system consisting of executive secretariats. Series documents the reorganization through files accumulated before, during, and after this process by William A. Waldron, who served as special counsel to the General Court's House Committee on Rules, 1969, 1971, 1973-1974--at the time when the committee played a major role in that reorganization--and was associated with other organizations listed below. Files contain correspondence, notes, memorandums, reports, and background materials including print and near-print items.

Contents follow by container, and within container by wallet:

(1) Studies for Legislative Research Bureau, 1958 et seq.: I--Inheritance tax, 1958; Employment of the handicapped, 1956. II--Administrative procedures (for adjudicatory proceedings), 1960-1962; miscellany. Commission on the Audit of State Needs--Gov. Foster Furcolo, 1957-1960. Boston Bar Association Administrative Law Committee, 1959-1962. (2) Campaigns: 1960 gubernatorial (Joseph D. Ward); 1960 national; 1962 state and national. Tufts Assembly on Massachusetts Government, 1959-1963. (3) Cabinet reorganization--Gov. Francis Sargent, 1969. Post-cabinet reorganization plans: I 1973-1975--administration and finance; consumer affairs; human services; public works (4) II 1973-1975--background materials; comment and clippings; staff meetings, notes, correspondence. III 1975-1977--Gov. Michael Dukakis.

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