Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents Minutes, project reports, reference files, correspondence, organizational, administrative and financial records
Scope and Contents This collection contains minutes, correspondence, reports, publications and other material submitted to members of the agency’s governing commission.
Abstract Betty Garman Robinson has been a community organizer in Baltimore, Maryland since the 1970s. She has contributed to multiple nonprofit and grassroots organizations including Citizens Planning and Housing Association (CPHA), Baltimore Neighborhood Collaborative (BNC), Save Middle East Action Committee (SMEAC), Northeast Good Neighbors (NEGN), and others. In 2003, Robinson was awarded an Open Society Institute Fellowship to teach the history of social justice and community organizing in...
Collection — Multiple Containers
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 The collection consists of a sample of organizational records from a two-year period, including: a strategic plan, an annual report, a frequently asked questions sheet, a flyer, and a sample project: the Boyd Booth Neighborhood Plan.
Collection — Box 1-14
Content Description The collection contains documentation on the Seton Hill neighborhood from the 1960s to the present, with the bulk of the records from the 1970s through the 1990s. Included are organizational records for the Seton Hill Neighborhood Association and Seton Hill Organizations Together (SHOT), as well as the historical research files of longtime neighborhood leader, Tom Kravitz. Types of records include newsletters, bylaws, meeting minutes, maps, historical narratives, photographs of buildings in the...
Abstract The Waterfront Coalition was a citizens community group that formed in 1987 and monitored waterfront development in Baltimore City and its effect on Baltimore neighborhoods, communities, and businesses. It represented the interests of homeowners and businesses in Fells Point, Canton, Butchers Hill, and other neighborhoods. This collection contains materials documenting the activities and interests of the Coalition throughout the late 1980s until it dissolved in approximately 2015.