Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
Found in 33 Collections and/or Records:
Overview This collection documents the advocacy work of the AIDS Legislative Committee (ALC), a grassroots non-profit organization in Maryland, between 1989 and 2007. It documents the administration of the ALC, the ALC's positions regarding Maryland HIV/AIDS legislation, the advocacy work and testimonies provided by the ALC, and other materials related to HIV/AIDS in Maryland.
Abstract The Baltimore City Office of Civil Rights (now named The Office of Civil Rights and Wage Enforcement) is the city agency responsible for enforcing the federal and local civil rights laws and wage laws. The office includes three commissions and one board: the Community Relations Commission, the Mayor's Commission on Disabilities, the Wage Commission, and the Civilian Review Board. This collection documents the Community Relations Commissions’ work throughout the second half of the twentieth...
Scope and Contents The collection includes copies of early Olmsted planning documents and early photographs of the community. The bulk of the collection is organizational records of the community association, including: newsletters, meeting books, membership directories, scrapbooks, newspaper articles, reports, association correspondence, maps, and presentation boards for various community projects.
Scope and Contents A collection of documents and program materials from Empower Baltimore Management Corporation's 19-year existence. The collection includes documents and materials related to workforce development, job creation, neighborhood empowerment and revitalization, and evaluations for the programs.
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Scope and Contents Correspondence subcommittee minutes and reports, cartographic records, case files, consultant reports, federal grant applications, survey returns, special project files, general files, housekeeping records, and photographic slides.
Scope and Contents This collection consists of reports, correspondence, clippings, interview tapes, transcripts, and photographs documenting Gertrude Williams' career in the Baltimore City Public School System, with particular focus on Barclay Middle School (P.S. 054). Topics covered include desegregation, efforts to institute school based management and school center budgeting, and the perennial struggle over city and state funding for education.