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Records, 1964-1979.

Author: Philadelphia Commission for Effective Criminal Justice (Pa.)
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
Database:WorldCat
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The Administration series is divided into two sub-series; the first, History and Purpose, includes the background of the Commission, its statement of purpose, articles of incorporation and its memorandum of understanding. The second, Activities and Administration, contains correspondence, memoranda, minutes of meetings, reports and drafts, that described the decision-making efforts of the board of directors, the
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Genre/Form: Budgets
Calendars
Clippings
Correspondence
Histories
Minutes
Pamphlets
Named Person: Ethel D Allen; Peter A Benoliel; Bernard M Borish; Paul M Chalfin; Walter M Cohen; Alan J Davis; Paul Carpenter Dewey; Thomas Gilmore; Donald J Goldberg; William L Grala; Barbara Harris; Robert D Harrision; William R Klaus; Alyson Scott Larrabee; Thomas N O'Neill; R Anderson Pew; David R Richman; Edward H Rosen; Edmund B Spaeth; Paul M Washington; Marvin E Wolfgang
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Philadelphia Commission for Effective Criminal Justice (Pa.)
OCLC Number: 122348076
Description: 15 c.f. : 435 folders in 35 archival boxes.

Abstract:

The Administration series is divided into two sub-series; the first, History and Purpose, includes the background of the Commission, its statement of purpose, articles of incorporation and its memorandum of understanding. The second, Activities and Administration, contains correspondence, memoranda, minutes of meetings, reports and drafts, that described the decision-making efforts of the board of directors, the executive director and the staff, as well as the newsletter, which outlines Commission progress.

The Commission Funding series consists of correspondence with the city and private agencies and foundations concerning financial support for the Commission. Also contained in this series are grant proposals, budgets, expenditures, reports to funders, accountant correspondence and grant applications which detail the Commission's project plans.

The Subject series contains correspondence, notes, reports, drafts and printed material relating to various aspects of criminal justice, produced and collected for the Commission's use. Arranged in alphabetical order.

The newsclippings, arranged chronologically, cover aspects of Philadelphia criminal justice as well as the system in other cities. Some clippings deal specifically with the Commission's efforts at reforming the city's system.

The Addenda series was added after the original arrangement. Most overlap with the subject files and are arranged in alphabetical order.

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