Collection Stored Off-Site

All or portions of this collection are housed off-site. Materials can still be requested but researchers should expect a delay of up to two business days for retrieval.

Series 6
Subject files, 1966-1973
Boxes 48 - 55 and 57

Scope and Content Note

The series consists of subject files on topics of interest to the Community Council of the Atlanta Area (CCAA) from 1966-1973, including legislation, individuals, and organizations. These files contain correspondence, printed material, and notes on subjects including federal funding for social service organizations, national trends in social services, organizations such as the Community Chest and United Way, and individuals such as CCAA staff members Duane W. Beck and William H. Clark. Files on individuals contain correspondence, resumes, and notes. Subjects spanning multiple folders are divided by sub-topic or date.

Of particular note are materials pertaining to the decision to disband the CCAA in March of 1974. Revenue Sharing Bill and Title IV-A and XVI cutbacks materials address changes to federal funding for social service organizations. Community Chest and United Way materials detail the rearrangement of social service organizations, including the creation of the United Way of Metropolitan Atlanta and that organization's assimilation of certain CCAA programs.

Arrangement Note

Arranged in alphabetical order by subject.

Restrictions on Access

Special restrictions apply: due to privacy concerns, some materials in the collection have been redacted.

Box Folder Content
48 1 Adoptions, 1970
48 2 Affiliate Contractors of America, Inc., 1972-1973
48 3 Aid to Families with Dependent Children, 1969
48 4 Allied Services Act, 1972
48 5 American Council for Nationalities Service, 1971 July 9
48 6 Andreu, Maria, 1972 November 3
48 7 Aramony, William, 1970-1973
48 8 Association of Senior Citizens Clubs, 1972
48 9 Atlanta Area Manpower Plan, 1973
48 10 Atlanta Chamber of Commerce, Health Task Force, 1973 March
48 11 Atlanta Community Foundation, 1972
48 12 Atlanta Florence Crittenton Home, 1969, 1971
48 13 Atlanta Housing Authority, Advisory Committee on Public Housing, 1972-1973
48 14 Atlanta Housing Authority, relocation grievance process, 1972-1973
48 15 Atlanta Housing Authority, Tenant Resident Association constitution, 1969-1970, 1972
48 16 Atlanta Housing Authority, Tenant Resident Association election expenses, 1972-1973 [1 of 2]
48 17 Atlanta Housing Authority, Tenant Resident Association election expenses, 1972-1973 [2 of 2]
49 1 Atlanta Housing Authority, Tenant Resident Association election planning, 1972
49 2 Atlanta Housing Authority, Tenant Resident Association election results, 1972 [1 of 2]
49 3 Atlanta Housing Authority, Tenant Resident Association election results, 1972 [1 of 2]
49 4 Atlanta Learning-Service Center, 1973 March 8
49 5 Atlanta Metro Housing Coalition, 1972 January 18
49 6 Atlanta Metropolitan Area Planning and Development Commission, 1971
49 7 Atlanta Region Open Housing Coalition, 1971-1972
49 8 Atlanta Regional Commission, 1971-1973
49 9 Atlanta Social Workers Club, 1973
49 10 Beck, Duane W., 1971-1973
49 11 Beck, Duane W., time sheets, 1972
49 12 Billingslea, Willie Dean, 1972-1973
49 13 Block grants, undated
49 14 Board for Fundamental Education, 1973
49 15 Bosworth, Janet, 1973 November 3
49 16 Bowen, Henrietta, 1972 November 3
49 17 Bowers and Associates, "Report on Social Planning in the Atlanta Area," 1973
49 18 Bradley, Doris, 1972-1973
49 19 Brayboy, Ella Mae, 1972 November 2
49 20 Burke, Kathryn, 1972-1973
50 1 Burke, Kathryn and Geraldine Chatman, racial discrimination, 1971-1972
50 2 Bush Mountain Pre-Kindergarten, 1973 February
50 3 Capital fund raising fragmentation, 1972
50 4 Carter, Agnes, 1973 November 5
50 5 Chatman, Geraldine, 1972 November 3
50 6 Child Service and Family Counseling Center, 1971December
50 7 Clark, William H., 1970-1971
50 8 Clark, William H., 1972 January-July
50 9 Clark, William H., 1972 August-December
50 10 Clark, William H., 1973
50 11 Cockrum, Shirley, 1972 December 20
50 12 Community Chest of Metropolitan Atlanta, Inc., funding for the Community Council of the Atlanta Area, 1970-1973
50 13 Community Chest of Metropolitan Atlanta, Inc., funding for other organizations, 1970-1971
50 14 Community Chest of Metropolitan Atlanta, Inc., merger with United Appeal, Community Chest-Red Cross of the Greater Atlanta Area into United Way of Metropolitan Atlanta, 1972 July 6
51 1 Community Chest of Metropolitan Atlanta, Inc., relationship to the Community Council of the Atlanta Area, 1967-1971
51 2 Community work, definition of terms, 1969
51 3 Consumer credit counseling services, 1966-1972
51 4 Coordination among planning bodies, 1967-1968
51 5 DeKalb Community Council, 1971-1972
51 6 Devereux Foundation, 1972
51 7 Donald, Margaret, 1973
51 8 Drug abuse, 1969-1970, 1972
51 9 Ebony Youth Development Center, 1972
51 10 Economic Opportunity of Atlanta, Inc., 1971-1972
51 11 Edelston, Harold C., circa 1970
51 12 Elaine Clark Center, 1972
51 13 Fair, Judy, field work evaluation, 1971
51 14 "Federal Aids-Atlanta," questionnaire, 1966
51 15 Fourteenth Street [a.k.a. Tight Squeeze], 1969-1970, 1973
51 16 Fulp, O. D. Sr., 1971
51 17 Gaines, Johnny, 1972 November 6
51 18 Georgia Association of Broadcasters, 1972
51 19 Georgia Committee on Children and Youth, 1967
51 20 Georgia Conference on Social Welfare, 1973
51 21 Georgia Department of Human Resources, 1972 May 26
51 22 Georgia Federation for Early Childhood Education, 1971-1972
51 23 Georgia State University, 1970, 1972
51 24 Glustrom, Marian, Social Welfare Advisory Services, 1972
51 25 Goals for Georgia, Report of the Social Development Section, 1971
52 1 Governor's Commission on Volunteerism, 1972 December 4
52 2 Gwinnett County planning, 1971-1973
52 3 Hicks, Richard, 1972 December 8
52 4 House of Representatives Bill 1, Social Security Amendments, 1971
52 5 Income maintenance program for Georgia, 1967, undated
52 6 Information and Referral, 1971-1973
52 7 Interagency Council on Alcohol and Drugs, 1964-1969
52 8 Interagency Council on Alcohol and Drugs, 1970-1971
52 9 Interdenominational World Appeal Foundation, Inc., 1972-1973
52 10 Junior League of Atlanta, 1961-1969
52 11 Junior League of Atlanta, 1970, 1972
52 12 Keith, Barbara, 1972 November
52 13 Keller, Marge, 1972 November 6
52 14 Kincaid, Kenneth, 1972 November 3
52 15 Klinefelter report ("Confidential Report") on the Tenth Street area, 1971
53 1 Klinefelter report ("Confidential Report") on the Tenth Street area, 1972
53 2 Kramer, Irma, 1973
53 3 Law Enforcement Assistance Administration (LEAA), 1970, 1972
53 4 League of Women Voters of Atlanta/Fulton County, 1971
53 5 Life Quality Steering Committee, 1972 December 7
53 6 Liu, Cathleen, 1973
53 7 Low-cost housing, 1970
53 8 Management and Community Studies Institute (MACSI) study of human services planning system in Atlanta, 1972-1973
53 9 Media contacts, 1973 March
53 10 Menuel, Mary, 1972 November 3
53 11 Metanoia, 1973
53 12 Metropolitan Atlanta Council on Alcohol and Drugs (MACAD), 1971-1972
53 13 Metropolitan Atlanta Council for Health (MACHealth), 1968, 1970-1971
53 14 Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA), 1970, 1972
53 15 Mondale Bill, letters to congressmen, 1971 November 29
53 16 Morris, Laura B., 1972 August
57 1 Morris, Laura B., 1972 August [page 1] [RESTRICTED]
53 17 National Association of Black Social Workers, 1972-1973
53 18 National Conference of Social Welfare, 1970-1973
53 19 National Urban Fellowship, 1971-1973
53 20 Neighborhood files, 1970-1972
53 21 North Atlanta Mediation Center, Inc. (LINK), 1972
53 22 Opportunities Industrialization Center (Atlanta, Ga.), 1972
54 1 Orphan homes, 1969-1970
54 2 Osby, Portia, 1972 November 6
54 3 Padgett, A.B., 1970-1974
54 4 The Patch community learning center, 1973
54 5 Proenza, Gladys, 1972 November 3
54 6 Project Contact, 1973
54 7 Public service media, 1972
54 8 Regional social planning, 1971
54 9 Relationship to other planning and funding bodies, 1965-1966
54 10 Revenue Sharing Bill, 1972-1973
54 11 Rosenfeld, Raymond, 1972-1973
54 12 Schmitt, Jack, 1972-1973
54 13 Schrier, Carol, 1971, 1973
54 14 Sears, Roebuck and Company, 1972
54 15 Senior Citizen Services, 1971
54 16 Service systems in Atlanta, Human Services Scholar, 1973
54 17 Social Information Center, undated
54 18 Southwest Mississippi Opportunities, Inc., 1971-1972
54 19 Special learning disabilities, 1969
54 20 Stacy Smith Home for Birth Defects, 1972 August 1
54 21 Strategy Action Workshop, 1971
54 22 Stripling, Nancy, 1972-1973
54 23 Technical assistance, 1972-1973
54 24 Title IV-A funded projects, State Department of Family and Children Services, undated
54 25 Title IV-A and XVI, cutbacks, 1972-1973
54 26 Title IV-A and XVI, Rosenfeld Report, 1973
54 27 Tyler, Hugh, 1972 November 6
55 1 Uhry, Alene, 1970 October 27
55 2 United Appeal, 1965, 1971-1972
55 3 United Way of America, campaign, 1973
55 4 United Way of America, conferences, 1972-1973
55 5 United Way of America, model for local United Ways, 1970-1971
55 6 United Way of America, model for local United Ways, 1972-1973
55 7 United Way of America, Planning Executives, 1973
55 8 United Way of America, training, 1972
55 9 United Way of Metropolitan Atlanta, 1972-1973
55 10 Urban Life Associates, 1972
55 11 Urban Translators, undated
55 12 Walton, Mamie, 1972 November 3
55 13 Welfare, 1971-1972
55 14 Wright, John, 1967, 1970-1973
55 15 York, Margaret, 1972-1973
55 16 Youth Organizations United, 1971-197
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