Southeast Development, Inc. Records
Records of a development company that was an outgrowth of the Southeast Community Organization.
- 1974 - 1988
- Southeast Development, Inc. (Baltimore, Md.) (Organization)
2 Linear Feet
Baltimore's Southeast Community Organization was founded in the early 1970s during the political struggle over highway construction through Baltimore City. SECO was an umbrella community organization that represented the interests of residents in Fells Point, Canton, Highlandtown, and other southeast communities.
The collection was donated to the University of Baltimore by SECO President, Marie Francfort, on February 17, 1995. The records were originally part of the SECO collection.
- Citizen participation
- Community power
- Discrimination in housing
- Fells Point Planning Council (Baltimore, Md.)
- Highway planning
- Maryland--Baltimore--Fells Point
- Political participation
- Southeast Community Organization (Baltimore, Md.)
- Southeast Council Against the Road (Baltimore, Md.)
- administrative records