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Fair Housing Council of Delaware Valley Records

Collection ID

Acc. 107

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Collection Summary

Title
Fair Housing Council of Delaware Valley Records

Dates
1959-1970      

Collection ID
Acc. 107

Creator
Fair Housing Council of Delaware Valley
           
Quantity
4 linear feet (4 boxes)

Repository
Special Collections Research Center, Temple University Libraries

Language
Materials in English   

Detailed Collection Information

Historical Note

The Fair Housing Council of Delaware Valley (FHCDV) monitored government programs and legislation, conducted research into the practices of suburban Philadelphia realtors, and supported minority group families as they located housing and moved into suburban neighborhoods. The mission of the FHCDV was to support and encourage freedom of residence in the Delaware Valley, with a special emphasis on the Philadelphia suburbs, so that all persons, regardless of race, religion or national origin, could secure desirable and affordable housing. To that end, seven program points were adopted: (1) assist "friendly neighbors" to support the right of individuals to buy or rent affordable housing, (2) encourage non-discriminatory practices among realtors, (3) establish a speakers bureau on the issue of race and housing, (4) help families interpret the Pennsylvania fair housing law, (5) assist local groups to organize human relations councils, (6) counsel minority group families before and after they move to the suburbs and counsel neighbors upset by the move, and (7) cooperate with existing human relations groups in the area of race and housing.

Description of Collection

The records of the Fair Housing Council of the Delaware Valley document the involvement of this organization in the movement to integrate suburban housing in the Delaware Valley. A particular strength of this collection is its role as an aggregator of material; it contains a considerable amount of materials from parallel fair housing organizations and offshoots with which it collaborated. The material is arranged by organizational function and includes administration, financial dealings, publications internal and external and a hefty section concerning the nature and role of partner institutions.

Organization and Arrangement

The collection is arranged into 9 series as follows:

Series 1: Administration, 1962-1969, undated
Series 2: Financial, 1961-1970, undated
            Subseries 2.1: General, 1962-1970, undated
            Subseries 2.2: Supporters, 1961-1968, undated
Series 3: Committees, 1961-1968, undated
Series 4: Publications, 1961-1968, undated
            Subseries 4.1: Internal, 1964-1967, undated
            Subseries 4.2: External, 1961-1968, undated
Series 5: Projects and Initiatives (Portions restricted), 1963-1968, undated
            Subseries 5.1: Project FREE, 1966-1967, undated
            Subseries 5.2: Horace Baker, 1963-1966, undated
            Subseries 5.3: Housing Information Center, 1967-1969, undated
            Subseries 5.4: Other, 1964-1968, undated
Series 6: Realtors, 1962-1965, undated
Series 7: Legislation, 1965-1970, undated
Series 8: Other Organizations (Portions restricted), 1959-1970, undated
            Subseries 8.1: Non-Religious, 1960-1969, undated
            Subseries 8.2: Religious, 1959-1968, undated
            Subseries 8.3: Affiliated, 1960-1970, undated
Series 9: Clippings, 1961-1969, undated

Series 1 contains background material on the organization, including the original incorporation paperwork and bylaws. It includes a section of monthly reports of council activity organized by type of form. As there is no formal series concerning correspondence, this series includes two folders concerning that subject. A file containing biographical sketches of applicants for an internship gives insight into the organization’s personnel. The dates of this series range from 1962-1969.

Series 2 contains two subsections; General and Supporters. In the subseries General are filed all bank statements, stock reports, budgets and resource allocation. The folder Tax Exemption details the organization’s struggle to be recognized as a non-profit organization with tax-exempt status. In the Supporters subseries are filed all the major organizations who provided funding in the form of grants. An entire folder is dedicated to rejection letters for an $80,000 grant for a professionally staffed housing information center. Copies of fund-raising letters, plans, entreaties and strategies are included in an extensive section on fund-raising. Fund raising is also included in this subseries. Dates for this series range from 1962-1970.

Series 3 contains seven folders, with three of them dealing with the Industry Committee; the others are Financial Committee, Nominating Committee, Real Estate Committee, and Executive Committee. Letters from Arlen Specter and Hubert Humphrey are included in the Industry Committee Correspondence folder. The dates of this series range from 1961-1968.

Series 4 contains two subseries; Internal and External. Internal publications include a pamphlet dealing with how to sell a home on a non-discriminatory basis. External publications include guidelines for fair housing counselors and several published reports such as the report on the experience of black veterans in the housing market. Materials in this series are mainly undated.

Series 5 contains four subseries; Project FREE, Horace Baker, Housing Information Center, and Other. The Project Free subseries contains 23 housing surveys conducted in 1966 as part of a campaign "aimed at breaking discriminatory practices of the Main Line Board of Realtors. These surveys are RESTRICTED. The Horace Baker subseries contains hate mail and literature sent to the Baker family upon moving to a white neighborhood. Literature from the National States Rights Party and American Nazi Party is included. This material is RESTRICTED. The Housing Information Center subseries contains 107 case reports of individuals who utilized the HIC for assistance in obtaining housing. Within the Other subseries is information on the Non-Violent Group, a group of ministers and other individuals who volunteered to be on-call in case of violence related to racial discrimination in housing.

Series 6 concerns the relationship between the organization and realtors in the Philadelphia area, both positive and negative. Not all regions are represented. A folder is dedicated to the Pennsylvania Realtors Association who lobbied against Title IV and fair housing laws. Materials include minutes from meetings, correspondence, and a roster of sympathetic area realtors. Dates for this series cannot be determined.

Series 7 contains information and correspondence relating to state and federal fair housing legislation. There is a quantity of information regarding the Federal Civil Rights Acts, both pro and con from legislators, as well as examples of the Main Line Board of Realtors campaign against the bill. Also included are copies of court decisions from around the United States with decisions relating to fair housing laws. The Natalie Pearlman file contains records of FHCDVs involvement with the law suit filed against Natalie Pearlman for participating in a picketing campaign in front of an apartment complex accused of discrimination.

Series 8 contains three subseries: Non-Religious, Religious and Affiliated. The series holds a variety of materials including correspondence, meeting minutes, reports, newsletters, flyers, membership lists, press releases and news articles. Reports of test visits to suburban realtors are RESTRICTED. The years predominantly covered by the material is 1960-1968, with one item from 1959.

Series 9 contains newspaper and magazine clippings arranged alphabetically by subject. The clippings relate to both Philadelphia-area and national fair housing issues. Of particular interest are clippings related to the Horace Baker Family, a black family who faced discrimination after moving to a white suburb of Philadelphia.

Patron Information

Research Access

Collection is open for research. Some materials in Series 5 and Series 8 are restricted. Contact the Special Collections Research Center for more information.

Collections Stored Off-Site

This collection may be housed off-site at the Library Depository, and require up to two business days to retrieve. Please review the finding aid and be prepared to identify specific materials to be retrieved. Contact the Special Collections Research Center in advance of your visit, so that materials may be relocated to the reading room for research.

Publication and Copyright Information

The Fair Housing Council of Delaware Valley Records are the physical property of the Special Collections Research Center, Temple University Libraries. Intellectual property rights, including copyright, belong to the authors or their legal heirs and assigns. Researchers are responsible for determining the identity of rights holders and obtaining their permission for publication and for other purposes where stated.

Preferred Citation

[Description and date of item], [Box/folder number], Fair Housing Council of Delaware Valley Records, Acc. 107, Special Collections Research Center, Temple University Libraries, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Administrative Information

Processing Information

Collection processed and finding aid prepared in May 2002 by Jillian Coats, Kelly McCabe, and Ellen Rutherford.

Finding aid revised according to contemporary archival standards in June 2017 by Sarah Lerner, Student Worker.        

           

Index Terms

The following headings have been used to index the description of this collection in Temple University’s electronic catalog:


Corporate Names:
Fair Housing Council of Delaware Valley

Subjects:
Discrimination in housing -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia
African Americans -- Housing -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia

Places:
Philadelphia (Pa.)

Material Types:
Administrative records
Bylaws (administrative records)
Clippings
Correspondence
Diaries
Financial records

Inventory

Series 1: Administration, 1962-1969, undated

Series 1 contains background material on the organization, including the original incorporation paperwork and bylaws. It includes a section of monthly reports of council activity organized by type of form. As there is no formal series concerning correspondence, this series includes two folders concerning that subject. A file containing biographical sketches of applicants for an internship gives insight into the organization’s personnel. The dates of this series range from 1962-1969.

1          1          Background Information          1967, undated

1          2          Incorporation          1962-1968, undated

1          3          Bylaws          1962-1966, undated

1          4          Board of Directors          September 22, 1967-May 1, 1968

1          5          Board of Directors (Housing Association of DV)          1968-1969

1          6          NUL Monthly Reports          1968

1          7          Report 1A          October 1968

1          8          Fair Housing City-Wide Coordinating Committee Form C          1968-1969

1          9          Form 1C          Undated

1          10          Progress Reports          January-December 1968, undated

1          11          Public Statements          July 2, 1968-January 29, 1969

1          12          Correspondence – General          1968-1969

1          13          Correspondence – State Police          1963-1965, undated

1          14          221(d)(3)          Undated

1          15          Public Outreach          1968-1969, undated

1          16          Staff Report          Undated

1          17          Crozier Theological Seminary          1966-1967, undated

1          18          Leo Kramer Inc.          July 18, 1967

1          19          Miscellaneous          1967-1968, undated

Series 2: Financial, 1961-1970, undated

Series 2 contains two subsections; General and Supporters. In the subseries General are filed all bank statements, stock reports, budgets and resource allocation. The folder Tax Exemption details the organization’s struggle to be recognized as a non-profit organization with tax-exempt status. In the Supporters subseries are filed all the major organizations who provided funding in the form of grants. An entire folder is dedicated to rejection letters for an $80,000 grant for a professionally staffed housing information center. Copies of fund-raising letters, plans, entreaties and strategies are included in an extensive section on fund-raising. Fund raising is also included in this subseries. Dates for this series range from 1961-1970.         

Subseries 2.1: General, 1962-1970, undated

1          20          Pilot Investments          1966-1967

1          21          Mutual Real Estate Investment Trust          1967-1968, undated

1          22          1st Pennsylvania Banking and Trust Co.          1963, 1967

1          23          Tax Exemption          1962-1966

1          24          United Fund          1962-1970

1          25          Financial-FHCSV          1967-1968

1          26          Financial Statements          1962-1967

1          27          Contribution of Stock          1965-1967

1          28          Equal Emp. IRS          September 19, 1967

Subseries 2.2: Supporters, 1961-1968, undated

1          29          Chace Foundation          1963-1968, undated

1          30          Quakers Financial Report          1964-1968

1          31          Foundation Grant Proposals          1962-1966, undated

1          32          Metropolitan Mission          1965-1966

1          33          Copies of Fund Raising Letters          1964-1966

1          34          Fund Raising Mailings          1964-1966

1          35          Fund Raising          1962-1968, undated

1          36          Special Gifts          1966-1967

1          37          Taconic [Foundation]          1966

1          38          Foundations – Requests Denied          1966

1          39          Redevelopment Authority          1962-1967, undated

1          40          Redevelopment Authority: Contract Background          1964-1966, undated

1          41          Redevelopment Authority Fair Housing Contract          1966

1          42          Redevelopment Authority (RKT file)          1965-1967

1          43          Redevelopment Authority: Reports          1967

1          44          Redevelopment Authority.  University III          1966-1967

1          45          Redevelopment Authority.  Contract Records          1966-1968

1          46          Redevelopment Authority.  Report “The Negro Housing Problem: A Problem for Philadelphia” by Charles Abrams, Consultant          September 1966

Series 3: Committees, 1961-1968, undated

Series 3 contains seven folders, with three of them dealing with the Industry Committee; the others are Financial Committee, Nominating Committee, Real Estate Committee, and Executive Committee. Letters from Arlen Specter and Hubert Humphrey are included in the Industry Committee Correspondence folder. The dates of this series range from 1961-1968.

1          47          Finance Committee          1961-1966, undated

1          48          Industry Committee          1965-1967, undated

1          49          Industry Committee Correspondence          1962-1968

1          50          Industry          1965-1968

1          51          Real Estate Committee Minutes          January, February 1966

1          52          Nominating Committee Report          May 4, 1966

1          53          Executive Committee          July-December 1968

Series 4: Publications, 1961-1968, undated

Series 4 contains two subseries; Internal and External. Internal publications include a pamphlet dealing with how to sell a home on a non-discriminatory basis. External publications include guidelines for fair housing counselors and several published reports such as the report on the experience of black veterans in the housing market. Materials in this series are mainly undated.

Subseries 4.1: Internal, 1964-1967, undated

2          1          Fair Housing News          January, March 1968

2          2          A Survey of the Housing Experiences of Negro Employees          October 1961

2          3          Tension Control          July 1966, undated

2          4          How to Sell Your Home on a Non-Discriminatory Basis          Undated

2          5          FHCDV Newsletter          1964-1967

Subseries 4.2: External, 1961-1968, undated

2          6          FHCs General          May 1965

2          7          Negro Military Servicemen and Housing Discrimination          November 1966

2          8          Guidelines for Fair Housing Counselors          1966-1967, undated

2          9          Changing Neighborhoods          1961, 1965, undated

2          10          Stabilization: A Manual for Fair Housing Workers          October 1966

2          11          Stabilization          November 1966, undated

2          12          Housing Aid Handbook          Undated

2          13          Escort Testing, Direct Action          1967, undated

2          14          Public Housing in the 21st Ward          Undated

2          15          Vista Proposal          September 1968

2          16          Report of Housing Council of Delaware Valley          December 1, 1966

Series 5: Projects and Initiatives, 1963-1968, undated

Series 5 contains four subseries; Project FREE, Horace Baker, Housing Information Center, and Other. The Project Free subseries contains 23 housing surveys conducted in 1966 as part of a campaign "aimed at breaking discriminatory practices of the Main Line Board of Realtors. These surveys are RESTRICTED. The Horace Baker subseries contains hate mail and literature sent to the Baker family upon moving to a white neighborhood. Literature from the National States Rights Party and American Nazi Party is included. This material is RESTRICTED. The Housing Information Center subseries contains 107 case reports of individuals who utilized the HIC for assistance in obtaining housing. Within the Other subseries is information on the Non-Violent Group, a group of ministers and other individuals who volunteered to be on-call in case of violence related to racial discrimination in housing.

Subseries 5.1: Project FREE, 1966-1967, undated

2          17          Housing Surveys (I) (RESTRICTED)          1966         

2          18          Housing Surveys (II) (RESTRICTED)          1966

2          19          Member Lists and Correspondence          1966-1967, undated

2          20          Minutes          1966-1967, undated

2          21          Miscellaneous          Undated

Subseries 5.2: Horace Baker, 1963-1966, undated

2          22          Horace Baker          1963-1966, undated

2          23          Hate Mail and Literature (RESTRICTED)          1963         

Subseries 5.3: Housing Information Center, 1967-1969, undated

2          24          Miscellaneous          1968-1969, undated

2          25          Improvements          1968, undated

2          26          Forms          1968

2          27          FHCDV + HIC Program          1967, undated

Subseries 5.4: Other, 1964-1968, undated

2          28          Operation Equality Proposal          1967, undated

2          29          Operation Equality Progress Reports          February 1968

2          30          Non-Violent Group          1964, undated

Series 6: Realtors, 1962-1965, undated

Series 6 concerns the relationship between the organization and realtors in the Philadelphia area, both positive and negative. Not all regions are represented. A folder is dedicated to the Pennsylvania Realtors Association who lobbied against Title IV and fair housing laws. Materials include minutes from meetings, correspondence, and a roster of sympathetic area realtors. Dates for this series cannot be determined.

2          31          Realtors          1962, undated

2          32          Realtors: Bucks County          1963, 1968

2          33          Pennsylvania Realtors’ Association          June 1966, undated

2          34          Realtors: Eastern Montgomery County          1964-1965

2          35          Realtors: West Philadelphia          1964-1965

Series 7: Legislation, 1965-1970, undated

Series 7 contains information and correspondence relating to state and federal fair housing legislation. There is a quantity of information regarding the Federal Civil Rights Acts, both pro and con from legislators, as well as examples of the Main Line Board of Realtors campaign against the bill. Also included are copies of court decisions from around the United States with decisions relating to fair housing laws. The Natalie Pearlman file contains records of FHCDVs involvement with the law suit filed against Natalie Pearlman for participating in a picketing campaign in front of an apartment complex accused of discrimination.

2          36          Fair Housing Law          1968, undated

2          37          Testimony Before Pennsylvania Republican Platform Committee          August 10, 1966

2          38          Natalie Pearlman          1965-1968

2          39          NAACP Legal Defense Fund          1966-1968, undated

2          40          Fair Housing Court Actions          1964-1970

2          41          Legislation          1968

2          42          Philadelphia Legislation          1966-1967

2          43          State Legislators’ Addresses          1967, undated

2          44          Fair Housing Court Decisions          1965-1967, undated

2          45          Legislation – Federal          1966-1968

2          46          Legislation, State          1965

2          47          Legislation, State          1966           

2          48          Legislation, State          1966-1967

2          49          Tenants Rights Opinion – Washington, DC          1967

Series 8: Other Organizations, 1959-1970, undated

Series 8 contains three subseries: Non-Religious, Religious and Affiliated. The series holds a variety of materials including correspondence, meeting minutes, reports, newsletters, flyers, membership lists, press releases and news articles. Reports of test visits to suburban realtors are RESTRICTED. The years predominantly covered by the material is 1960-1968, with one item from 1959.

Subseries 8.1: Non-Religious, 1960-1969, undated

3          1          American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU)          1964-1968

3          2          Americans for Democratic Action in Southeastern Pennsylvania          1966-1967

3          3          Cheltenham High School          1968

3          4          Cincinnati Housing Opportunities Made Equal (HOME)          1968

3          5          Citizens Fair Housing Campaign Committee          1967

3          6          Council for Equal Housing (CEHO) of the Fellowship Commission          1965-1967

3          7          Congress of Racial Equality (CORE)          1962-1963

3          8          Educational Institutions          1965

3          9          Fellowship House and Farm          March 1966

3          10          Jaycees          1967

3          11          Leadership Conference on Civil Rights          1967

3          12          Leadership Conference on Civil Rights          1968

3          13          Legal Services Program of Delaware County          January 11, 1967

3          14          League of Women Voters          1965, undated

3          15          League of Women Voters of Upper Providence/Middletown, Pennsylvania          1964

3          16          Medical Committee for Human Rights          January 1966, undated

3          17          Metro Washington Housing Program          1964-1966

3          18          National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP)          1963-1968

3          19          NAACP – Bucks County, Pennsylvania          February 5, 1968

3          20          NAACP – Chester, Pennsylvania          Undated         

3          21          The National Committee for a Confrontation with Congress          1968

3          22          National Association of Intergroup Relations Officials (NAIRO)          1967-1968

3          23          National Committee on Tithing in Investment (NCTI)          1965-1967

3          24          National Fair Housing Association          1968

3          25          Negro Community          1960-1965, undated

3          26          New Jersey Committee Against Discrimination in Housing          1967-1968

3          27          North City Congress          January 1964

3          28          Opportunity Housing: Lancaster          Undated

3          29          Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission          1965-1967

3          30          PHRC Guidelines – Tension, etc.          November 13, 1967

3          31          People for Human Rights          1968

3          32          Philadelphia Anti-Poverty Action Committee (PAAC)          1967-1968

3          33          Philadelphia Committee on City Policy          Undated

3          34          Philadelphia Council for Community Advancement (PCAA)          1965-1968

3          35          Philadelphia Federation of Teachers (PFT)          1968, undated

3          36          Philadelphia Housing Association, Finance Committee          1967

3          37          Philadelphia Housing Association, Regional Planning Committee          1967

3          38          Philadelphians for Equal Justice          Undated

3          39          Planners for Equal Opportunity          1966

3          40          Police          1956, 1964-1968

3          41          Police Power          1968

3          42          Retail Clerks          Undated

3          43          San Francisco          December 15, 1966

3          44          Suburban Maryland Fair Housing, Inc.          1964-1965

3          45          Unions          May 1965

3          46          United Fund of Philadelphia Area, Application for Affiliation          1967, undated

3          47          Urban America          August 4, 1966

3          48          Urban League of Philadelphia          1963-1968

3          49          Urban League of Philadelphia, Quarterly Reports          1967-1968

3          50          Urban Political Action Committee          1967, undated

3          51          Young Women’s Christian Association          1966-1967

Subseries 8.2: Religious, 1959-1968, undated

3          52          Greater Philadelphia Council of Churches          1965-1967

3          53          Church Statements          1959-1968

3          54          American Baptist Convention          1964-1967, undated

3          55          Episcopal          1965-1968

3          56          American Jewish Congress          1964

3          57          The American Jewish Committee          1967

3          58          Jewish Labor Committee          1961-1963

3          59          Jewish Community Relations Council (JCRC)          1964-1966

3          60          The National Conference of Christians and Jews, Inc.  (NCCJ)          1964-1965

3          61          Roman Catholics          1963-1965

3          62          Archbishop’s Commission on Human Relations          1964-1966

3          63          Catholic Community Relations Council          1967-1968

3          64          Presbyterian          1962-1967

3          65          Confronting Churches          1968

3          66          Friends          1961-1968

3          67          Friends Committee on National Legislation          1966-1967

3          68          American Friends Service Committee Fair Housing Administration Program          1966-1967

3          69          Lutheran: Eastern Pennsylvania Synod of the LCA          1962-1967

3          70          Committee for Racial Justice Now (United Church of Christ)          1964-1967

3          71          Ministeriums (Miscellaneous)          1962-1968

Subseries 8.3: Affiliated, 1960-1970, undated

4          1          Local Fair Housing Councils and Chairmen          May 26, 1967

4          2          Delaware County Board of Assistance          March 1968

4          3          Gloucester County Fair Housing Council          1965-1971

4          4          The Gloucester County Human Relations Council          1964-1967, undated

4          5          Gloucester County Human Relations Newsletter          1969-1971

4          6          Fair Housing Commission of Radnor Township          1963-1965

4          7          Lower Merion Fair Housing Council          1965-1968

4          8          Citizens’ Council of Montgomery County          1967-1968

4          9          North Penn Fair Housing Council          1965-1968, undated

4          10          Reading/Berks Human Relations Council          1968

4          11          Roxborough Fair Housing Council          1967-1969

4          12          Springfield Area Fair Housing Council          Undated

4          13          Springfield Area Religious Advisory Council on Race          February, May 1968

4          14          Upper Main Line Fair Housing Council          1959-1968

4          15          Upper Merion Fair Housing Council          1963-1969, undated

4          16          Upper Merion Fair Housing Council (RESTRICTED)          1965

4          17          Whitemarsh Valley Fair Housing Council          1963-1969

4          18          Whitemarsh Valley Fair Housing Council (RESTRICTED)          1968

4          19          Bucks County Conference on Community Relations          1964-1967

4          20          Bucks County Housing Council          1969

4          21          Burlington County Human Relations Council          1964-1967

4          22          Central Bucks Fair Housing Committee          1964-1968

4          23          Central Delaware County Fair Housing Council          1964-1968

4          24          Eastern Montgomery County Fair Housing Committee          1964-1968, undated

4          25          Eastern Montgomery County FHC (RESTRICTED)          1968-1969

4          26          Easton Area Fair Housing Committee          1967-1968

4          27          Fair Housing Council of Northern Delaware          1963-1967

4          28          Greater Hatboro Fair Housing Committee          1965-1967

4          29          Lansdowne-Upper Darby Fair Housing Council          1960-1970, undated

4          30          Lehigh Valley Fair Housing Council          1966-1969

4          31          Northeast Fair Housing Council          1965-1969, undated

4          32          Philadelphia Fair Housing Council          1964-1966

4          33          Fair Housing Councils – Miscellaneous          1960-1969, undated

Series 9: Clippings, 1961-1969, undated

Series 9 contains newspaper and magazine clippings arranged alphabetically by subject. The clippings relate to both Philadelphia-area and national fair housing issues. Of particular interest are clippings related to the Horace Baker Family, a black family who faced discrimination after moving to a white suburb of Philadelphia.

4          34          Baker Family          1963-1966

4          35          Black Community          1962-1964, undated

4          36          Churches          1962-1965, undated

4          37          Civil Disobedience          1964-1968

4          38          Easton Fair Housing Council          1967

4          39          Fair Housing Councils          1964-1967, undated

4          40          Industry and Integrated Housing          1965, 1967

4          41          Lansdowne / Upper Darby          1961-1968

4          42          Legislation          1966-1967, undated

4          43          Metropolitan Washington          1963-1965

4          44          Miscellaneous          1965-1968

4          45          NAACP / CORE          1962-1966

4          46          North Pennsylvania Fair Housing Council          1964, undated

4          47          Realtors          1964-1969

4          48          State Rights Party Clippings          Undated

4          49          Upper Merion Fair Housing Council          1962-1965, undated