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Greater Richmond area Chamber of Commerce Collection, 1931-1983

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Author

Charles Hay and Cindy Jeffries

Title

Greater Richmond area Chamber of Commerce Collection

Date

1931-1983

Repository

Eastern Kentucky University ArchivesRichmond, Kentucky 40475-3102

Conditions Governing Access note

This collection is open for research.

Preferred Citation Note

[Identification of item], Greater Richmond Area Chamber of Commerce Collection, 1931-1983, University Archives, Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond.

Extent

9.25 cubic feet, 15,750 Items, 21 Boxes, 4 Wrapped Packets

Biography/History

The Greater Richmond Area Chamber of Commerce was established in late 1931. A group of concerned progressive minded civic and business leaders with conservative fiscal views desired a Chamber that could "deal effectively with local civic problems and it would be the instrument, thru which the business welfare of the city could be promoted."1 (See the Richmond Register, November 18, 1931, p. 1). Chamber's of Commerce experience rapid growth throughout the United States during the 1920s in response to greatly expanded business and industrial activities. Creation of the Richmond Chamber of Commerce was in part a response to this development and also a reaction to the growing economic depression which gripped Kentucky and the nation. Richmond Mayor William O'Neil, cashier of the Madison Southern Bank and active Chamber supporter, felt that the "time is here when Richmond and Madison County must present a united front to the world if we hope to hold the business we now have and get tnat which should come to us."2 (See the Richmond Register, November 27, 1931, p. 1)

The initial organizational meeting of the Chamber was held on November 17, 1931 at the Hotel Gibson. Postmaster Burton Roberts assumed the position of chairman for the organizational campaign. Roberts appointed five captains--George Fawkes, manager of Kentucky Utilities; G.L. Borders, insurance agent; William DeBardeleben, manager of Woolworth's; J.W. Elder, Elder Dry Goods Company; and H.B. Willoughby, Willoughby Coal Company-to seek members and solicit funds for the Chamber. A community dinner held at the First Baptist Church in early December 1931 helped to generate interest and growth in the new Chamber. By the time of the Chamber's first general meeting on December 14, 1931 there were approximately 160 individuals, firms and associations who had become charter members.

On December 23, 1931 officers and a Board of Directors were selected by the membership. Original Board members included--B.E. Willis, G. Marshall Brock, David J. Copeland, H. Bennett Farris, George W. Fawkes, J.W. Hamilton, W.P. Millard, Burton Roberts, George T. Ross, H.B. Willoughby, Allen H. Douglas, and Keen Johnson. The first offices elected were-President - H. Bennett Farris; Vice President - Burton Roberts; Treasurer Allen Douglas; and Secretary - Marshall Brock. A full time secretary, Frank H. Shaffer of New Castle, Pennsylvania, was also employed. Chamber headquarters were located in the Hotel Glyndon and remained there until 1975 when it was relocated to its present location at the corner of Irvine and First Streets.

Through the years the Chamber has experienced a remarkable degree of consistency and stability largely due to the able direction provided by its executive directors--C.D. Oldham, Howard L. Colyer and Sue Chenault. The Chamber has had four different names through the years--Richmond Chamber of Commerce (1932-1945), Richmond Board of Trade (1945-1961), Richmond Chamber of Commerce (1961-1975), and Greater Richmond Area Chamber of Commerce (1975-).

Although through the years the Chamber has witnessed many striking changes in the history of Richmond, its goals remain virtually unchanged. The Chamber has stood for improving the community's economic status by encouraging business and industry to locate in Richmond, it has actively promoted Madison County's unique historical and scenic tourist attractions, strongly encouraged the development of a county airport facility, helped to control fraudulent business and advertising schemes, and served as a liaison between the Blue Grass Army Depot and Eastern Kentucky University and the community.

Scope and Content

In the summer of 1982, the Board of Directors of the Greater Richmond Area Chamber of Commerce voted to deposit permanently all their non-current files in the Eastern Kentucky University Archives. The records were removed from the Chamber's office on two separate occasions. At all times the Archives staff has tried to maintain the original order of the records. There are, however, several large gaps within the records. Subject files for the first twenty-five years of the Chamber's history are virtually non-existent, and the minutes of the Board of Directors meetings for the last decade are incomplete. Researchers will find some information in the Scrapbook Series that will help supplement these areas of insufficient documentation According to the provisions of the Agreement of Permanent Deposit the entire collection is open to research.

The major portion of the Chamber's records chronicle the economic history of Richmond during much of the twentieth century. Like most chamber's across the United States, the Chamber has actively promoted commercial and industrial development in Richmond. But the Chamber has also concerned itself with the social and cultural life of the community. Information in the Scrapbook Series is especially useful in documenting the Chamber's efforts to help develop Fort Boonesborough and White Hall as major tourist attractions. The Chamber injected itself into local, state, and at times national political issues. When threatened with the closing of the Blue Grass Army Depot, members of the Chamber vigorously lobbied state and national political leaders to keep the Depot open. The Chamber's records reflect these issues and others.

The Archives is indebted to Mrs. Sue Chenault, Executive Director of the Greater Richmond Area Chamber of Commerce, for helping secure the records.

Collection Inventory

Minutes Series
Scope and Contents note:

The Minutes Series contains one box of materials arranged in chronological order covering the years 1931-1977. The minutes document the major decisions and policies made by the Chamber's governing body, the Board of Directors. There are significant gaps in the minutes from 1969 to 1977.

Board of Directors Minutes, 1931-1933
[box: 1]
Board of Directors Minutes, 1934-1938
[box: 1]
Board of Directors Minutes, 1939-1946
[box: 1]
Board of Directors Minutes, 1947-1949
[box: 1]
Board of Directors Minutes, 1950-1953
[box: 1]
Board of Directors Minutes, 1954-1957
[box: 1]
Board of Directors Minutes, 1958-1962
[box: 1]
Board of Directors Minutes, 1963-1967
[box: 1]
Board of Directors Minutes, 1968-1977
[box: 1]
Publication Series
Scope and Contents note:

The Publication Series contains three boxes of materials covering the years 1963-1977. Most of the publications in this series are the Opportunity for Progress reports distributed by the Chamber of Commerce.

Inventory
Opportunity for Progress Report, 1967
[box: 2]
Opportunity for Progress Report, 1968
[box: 2]
Opportunity for Progress Report, 1969
[box: 2]
Opportunity for Progress Report, 1970
[box: 2]
Opportunity for Progress Report, 1971
[box: 2]
Opportunity for Progress Report, 1972
[box: 2]
Opportunity for Progress Report, 1973
[box: 2]
Opportunity for Progress Report, 1973
[box: 3]
Opportunity for Progress Report, 1974
[box: 3]
Opportunity for Progress Report, 1975
[box: 3]
Opportunity for Progress Report, 1976
[box: 3]
Opportunity for Progress Report, 1977
[box: 3]
Fort Boonesborough Celebration Materials, 1975-1977
[box: 4]
Richmond Daily Register Supplement, 1977
[box: 4]
Miscellaneous pamphlets and brochures, 1976
[box: 4]
Directors Newsletter, 1963-1975
[box: 4]
Comprehensive Report on Richmond, Kentucky, 1983
[box: 4]
Subject Series
Scope and Contents note:

The Subject Series covers the years 1931-1980 and contains 16 boxes of materials arranged in alphabetical order by topic and chronologically within each subject. The bulk of the series consists of general correspondence of a routine nature from individuals or corporations requesting information about the economic, social, and geographic conditions of Richmond and Madison County. Of particular interest is the All Kentucky City Report correspondence which should be used in conjunction with the Opportunity for Progress publications found in the Publication Series. These reports provide abundant information about businesses, industries, social, political, and economic concerns of Richmond. In 1975 Richmond won the coveted All Kentucky City award and in 1977 was elected to the Hall of Fame. Most of the materials found in the Kentucky and United States Chamber of Commerce files primarily consist of publications from those organizations. The series reflects the conserted effort of Richmond's business andeducational leaders to attract industry to the community.

Inventory
Advertising Endorsements, 1963-1968
[box: 5]
Agriculture, 1974
[box: 5]
All Kentucky City Report Correspondence, 1967-1969
[box: 5]
All Kentucky City Report Correspondence, 1970-1974
[box: 5]
All Kentucky City Report Correspondence, 1975
[box: 5]
All Kentucky City Report Correspondence, 1976
[box: 5]
All Kentucky City Report Correspondence, 1977
[box: 5]
All Kentucky City Report Correspondence, 1978
[box: 5]
Annexation, 1971
[box: 5]
Annual Dinner, 1963-1968
[box: 5]
Annual Dinner, 1973-1977
[box: 6]
Associated Industries of Kentucky, 1965-1970
[box: 6]
Attorney General, 1974-1976
[box: 6]
Bicentennial Activities, 1971-1975
[box: 6]
Bluegrass Area Development District, 1974-1975
[box: 6]
Bluegrass Area Development District, 1976-1978
[box: 6]
Bluegrass Army Depot, 1967-1968
[box: 6]
Board of Directors, 1958-1963
[box: 6]
Board of Directors, 1964-1969
[box: 6]
By-Laws and Constitution
[box: 6]
Carson and Barnes Wildlife Circus, 1979
[box: 7]
Cash Discounts of America, 1971
[box: 7]
Cassius Clay Marker, 1976-1978
[box: 7]
Chamber of Commerce-Other Cities, 1967-1969
[box: 7]
Chamber of Commerce-Other Cities, 1971-1976
[box: 7]
Christmas Activities, 1963
[box: 7]
Christmas Activities, 1964
[box: 7]
Christmas Activities, 1965
[box: 7]
Christmas Activities, 1966
[box: 7]
Christmas Activities, 1967
[box: 7]
Christmas Activities, 1968
[box: 7]
Christmas Activities, 1969
[box: 7]
City Directory, 1968
[box: 7]
Civic Affairs, 1963-1969
[box: 7]
Civic Affairs, 1973
[box: 7]
Clubs and Organizations Lists, 1963-1966
[box: 7]
Colyer, Howard, N.D
[box: 7]
Committees, 1963-1967
[box: 7]
Community Concerts, 1963-1969
[box: 7]
Complaints, 1967
[box: 7]
Complaints, 1968-1976
[box: 7]
Correspondence, 1936-1962
[box: 7]
Correspondence, January-March 1963
[box: 7]
Correspondence, April-December 1963
[box: 7]
Correspondence, January-May 1964
[box: 8]
Correspondence, June-December 1964
[box: 8]
Correspondence, January-May 1965
[box: 8]
Correspondence, June-December 1965
[box: 8]
Correspondence, January-March 1966
[box: 8]
Correspondence, April-June 1966
[box: 8]
Correspondence, July-September 1966
[box: 8]
Correspondence, October-December 1966
[box: 8]
Correspondence, Miscellaneous, 1966
[box: 8]
Correspondence, January-March 1967
[box: 8]
Correspondence, April-June 1967
[box: 9]
Correspondence, July-September 1967
[box: 9]
Correspondence, October-December 1967
[box: 9]
Correspondence, January-February 1968
[box: 9]
Correspondence, March-April 1968
[box: 9]
Correspondence, May-June 1968
[box: 9]
Correspondence, July-September 1968
[box: 9]
Correspondence, October-December 1968
[box: 9]
Correspondence, January-February 1969
[box: 9]
Correspondence, March-April 1969
[box: 9]
Correspondence, May-June 1969
[box: 9]
Correspondence, July-August 1969
[box: 9]
Correspondence, September-October 1969
[box: 9]
Correspondence, November-December 1969
[box: 9]
Correspondence, 1970-March 1971
[box: 10]
Correspondence, April-July 1971
[box: 10]
Correspondence, August-December 1971
[box: 10]
Correspondence, January-December 1972
[box: 10]
Correspondence, January-April 1976
[box: 10]
Correspondence, May-August 1976
[box: 10]
Correspondence, September-December 1976
[box: 10]
Correspondence, January-February 1977
[box: 10]
Correspondence, March-April 1977
[box: 10]
Correspondence, May-June 1977
[box: 11]
Correspondence, July-September 1977
[box: 11]
Correspondence, October-December 1977
[box: 11]
Correspondence, January-March 1978
[box: 11]
Correspondence, April-June 1978
[box: 11]
Correspondence, July-September 1978
[box: 11]
Correspondence, October-December 1978
[box: 11]
Correspondence, January-March 1979
[box: 11]
Correspondence, April-June 1979
[box: 11]
Correspondence, July-September 1979
[box: 11]
Correspondence, October-December 1979
[box: 11]
Correspondence, January-February 1980
[box: 12]
Correspondence, March-April 1980
[box: 12]
Correspondence, May-June 1980
[box: 12]
Correspondence, July-September 1980
[box: 12]
Correspondence, October-December 1980
[box: 12]
Downtown Richmond Development Corporation, 1976
[box: 12]
East Central Kentucky Development Council, 1971
[box: 12]
Eastern Activities, 1962-1965
[box: 12]
Eastern Activities, 1966-1969
[box: 12]
Eastern Activities, 1969-1977
[box: 12]
Fantus Company, 1967-1968
[box: 12]
Federal Building
[box: 12]
Financial, 1963
[box: 12]
Financial, 1964
[box: 12]
Financial, 1965
[box: 13]
Financial, 1966
[box: 13]
Financial-Income Tax, 1962-1966
[box: 13]
Fire Prevention, 1963
[box: 13]
Fire Prevention, 1964
[box: 13]
Fire Prevention, 1965
[box: 13]
Fire Prevention, 1966
[box: 13]
Florida Tile
[box: 13]
Fort Boonesborough Restoration, 1971-1973
[box: 13]
General, 1970-1975
[box: 13]
Girl's State Basketball Tournament, 1978
[box: 13]
Governor s Tour, 1963
[box: 13]
Highway and Safety, 1963-1964
[box: 13]
Highway and Safety, 1965
[box: 13]
Highway and Safety, 1966
[box: 13]
Highway and Safety, 1967-1969
[box: 13]
Highway Newsletter, 1968
[box: 13]
Historical Articles and Literature
[box: 13]
H.K. Porter Plant, 1975
[box: 13]
Incorporation Charter
[box: 14]
Industrial Appreciation Dinner, 1967
[box: 14]
Industrial Appreciation Luncheon, 1976
[box: 14]
Industrial Appreciation Luncheon, 1977
[box: 14]
Industrial Appreciation Week, 1967-1969
[box: 14]
Industrial Appreciation Week, 1970
[box: 14]
Industrial Appreciation Week, 1971
[box: 14]
Industrial Foundation
[box: 14]
Industrial Resources Book
[box: 14]
Industry, 1963
[box: 14]
Industry, 1964
[box: 14]
Industry, 1965
[box: 14]
Industry, 1966
[box: 14]
Industry, 1967-1969
[box: 14]
Industry, 1970-1972
[box: 14]
Industry, 1973-1974
[box: 14]
Industry, 1975-1976
[box: 14]
Internal Revenue Service, 1975-1979
[box: 14]
KEOS Newsletter, 1967
[box: 14]
KY Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives, 1968-1969
[box: 14]
KY Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives, 1971-1976
[box: 14]
Kentucky Chamber of Commerce, 1963
[box: 15]
Kentucky Chamber of Commerce, 1964
[box: 15]
Kentucky Chamber of Commerce, 1965
[box: 15]
Kentucky Chamber of Commerce, 1966
[box: 15]
Kentucky Chamber of Commerce, 1967
[box: 15]
Kentucky Chamber of Commerce, 1968
[box: 15]
Kentucky Chamber of Commerce, 1969
[box: 15]
Kentucky Chamber of Commerce, 1970-1972
[box: 15]
Kentucky Chamber of Commerce, 1973-1976
[box: 15]
Kentucky Chamber of Commerce, 1977-1979
[box: 15]
Kentucky City Bulletin, 1966-1968
[box: 15]
Kentucky-Commerce Department, 1966-1969
[box: 15]
Kentucky-Commerce Department, 1971-1976
[box: 15]
Kentucky-Governor s Office, 1972-1980
[box: 16]
Kentucky-Human Resources Department, 1973
[box: 16]
Kentucky Retail Federation, 1964
[box: 16]
Kentucky Retail Federation, 1965
[box: 16]
Kentucky Retail Federation, 1966
[box: 16]
Kentucky Retail Federation, 1967
[box: 16]
Kentucky Retail Federation, 1968
[box: 16]
Kentucky Retail Federation, 1969
[box: 16]
Kentucky Retail Federation, 1973-1976
[box: 16]
Kentucky-Secretary of State, 1976
[box: 16]
Kentucky Travel Council, 1965
[box: 16]
Labor Marketing Information, 1967-1969
[box: 16]
Legislative and National Affairs, 1963-1964
[box: 16]
Legislative and National Affairs, 1965-1968
[box: 16]
Legislative Committee, 1970-1976
[box: 17]
Legislative Committee, 1977-1978
[box: 17]
Legislative Conference, 1971-1972
[box: 17]
Madison County Association for Retarded Children, 1971
[box: 17]
Member Relations, 1961-1966
[box: 17]
Membership Committees, 1963
[box: 17]
Membership Drive, 1971-1977
[box: 17]
Membership Dues, 1963-1969
[box: 17]
Membership Lists, 1971-1976
[box: 17]
Newsclippings, 1931-1963
[box: 17]
Okonite Company, 1968
[box: 17]
Oldham, C.D, 1963
[box: 17]
Open Concern, 1971
[box: 17]
Publicity and Promotion, 1963-1965
[box: 17]
Publicity and Promotion, 1967-1969
[box: 17]
Publicity Brochure, 1963-1964
[box: 18]
Radio Auction, 1966
[box: 18]
Realtors
[box: 18]
Retail Division-Alert Bulletins, 1969
[box: 18]
Retail Division-Alert Bulletins, 1971-1976
[box: 18]
Retail Division-Calendar of Events, 1968-1969
[box: 18]
Retail Division-Calendar of Events, 1971-1972
[box: 18]
Retail Division-Downtown Richmond Association, 1976-1977
[box: 18]
Retail Division-Eastern Student Appreciation Day
[box: 18]
Retail Division-General, 1963
[box: 18]
Retail Division-General, 1964
[box: 18]
Retail Division-General, 1965
[box: 18]
Retail Division-General, 1966
[box: 18]
Retail Division-General, 1971-1972
[box: 18]
Retail Division-Richmond Day, 1966-1969
[box: 18]
Retail Division-Richmond Day to Sidewalk Sales
[box: 18]
Retail Division-Store Hours, 1968-1969
[box: 18]
Retail Notes, 1964-1965
[box: 18]
Retail Notes, 1967-1969
[box: 18]
Richmond Citizen Advisory Committee
[box: 19]
Richmond City Ordinances and By-Laws, 1948-1956
[box: 19]
Richmond Data, 1958-1968
[box: 19]
Richmond Data, 1971-1976
[box: 19]
Richmond Mayor and City Council, 1967-1968
[box: 19]
Rural-Urban, 1964-1966
[box: 19]
Schools, 1968
[box: 19]
Schools and Kindergartens, 1974-1976
[box: 19]
Secretaries of other Chambers of Commerce, 1963-1966
[box: 19]
Service Clubs Council, 1963
[box: 19]
Shopping Centers, 1967-1969
[box: 19]
Small Fry Bowl Game, 1966
[box: 19]
Solicitation, 1968-1969
[box: 19]
Solicitation, 1976
[box: 19]
Solicitation, 1977-1978
[box: 19]
Solicitation, 1979-1980
[box: 19]
Standard Market Data, 1958
[box: 20]
Sunday Closing Laws, 1971
[box: 20]
Survey Trading Area, 1965
[box: 20]
Thien, Maurice P, 1977-1978
[box: 20]
Tobacco Sales Reports, 1965-1968
[box: 20]
Todd, Russell I, 1978
[box: 20]
U.S. Chamber of Commerce, 1964
[box: 20]
U.S. Chamber of Commerce, 1965
[box: 20]
U.S. Chamber of Commerce, 1966
[box: 20]
U.S. Chamber of Commerce, January-April, 1967
[box: 20]
U.S. Chamber of Commerce, May-December, 1967
[box: 20]
U.S. Chamber of Commerce, 1969
[box: 21]
U.S. Chamber of Commerce, 1970
[box: 21]
U.S. Highway 25 Association, 1964-1969
[box: 21]
Wilderness Road, 1979-1980
[box: 21]
Workshop
[box: 21]
Scrapbook Series
Scope and Contents note:

The Scrapbook Series consists of four wrapped packets consisting primarily of newsclippings from the Richmond Register covering the years 1934 to 1975. The materials cover a wide range of Chamber activities and document major developments in the history of the city of Richmond.

A. Scrapbooks, 1934-1941
1. Newsclippings covering government and civic affairs, prominent citizens, local businesses and organizations, Eastern, Pattie A. Clay hospital, December 1934 to December 1935
10 x 15 [box: 21, volume: Wrapped Packet 1]
2. Newsclippings covering Chamber of Commerce activities and a letter signed by Guy B. Parks, Governor of Missouri, November 1935
8 x 12 [box: 21, volume: Wrapped Packet 1]
3. Newsclippings covering local businesses and organizations, prominent citizens, telephone company rate hike, flood relief, urban development and improvement, Madison Co sesquicentennial celebration, Eastern, October 1936 to December 1937
10 x 14 [box: 21, volume: Wrapped Packet 1]
4. Newsclippings covering local businesses and organizations, education, World War II, prominent citizens, urban development and improvement, Eastern, Madison County Fair, 1941
12 x 15 [box: 21, volume: Wrapped Packet 1]
B. Scrapbooks, 1952-1959
1. First annual report in the KY Community Development Project of the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce consisting of newsclippings covering Eastern, businesses and organizations, Bluegrass Army Depot, local issues, education, Pattie A. Clay hospital, April 1, 1952 to February 1953
11 x 13 [box: 21, volume: Wrapped Packet 2]
2. Second annual report in the KY Community Development Project of the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce consisting of newsclippings covering civic affairs, Bluegrass Army Depot, businesses and organizations, education, Eastern, March 1953 to March 1954
11 x 13 [box: 21, volume: Wrapped Packet 2]
3. Third annual report in the KY Community Development Project of the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce consisting of newsclippings covering civic improvement, education, rural development, industrial development, Main Street modernization, March-December 1955
11 x 13 [box: 21, volume: Wrapped Packet 2]
4. Fourth annual report in the KY Community Development Project of the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce consisting of newsclippings covering civic affairs, local businesses and organizations, education, urban development and improvement, 1956
13 x 20 [box: 21, volume: Wrapped Packet 2]
5. KY Chamber of Commerce Community Development contest entry consisting of newsclippings covering civic affairs, rural development, education, Main Street modernization, tourist promotion, industrial development, organizations, 1957
14 x 17 [box: 21, volume: Wrapped Packet 2]
6. KY Chamber of Commerce Community Development contest entry consisting of newsclippings covering civic improvement, rural development, education, Main Street modernizations, tourist promotion, and organizations, 1958
14 x 17 [box: 21, volume: Wrapped Packet 2]
7. KY Chamber of Commerce Community Development contest entry consisting of newsclippings covering aspects of community life such as the Madison County fair, local businesses, urban and rural development, education, organizations, industrial development, 1959
14 x 17 [box: 21, volume: Wrapped Packet 2]
C. Scrapbooks, 1960-September 1971
1. Street Plan for Richmond prepared for the KY Department of Highways in cooperation with U.S. Dept of Commerce, Bureau of Public Roads and City of Richmond by Wilbur Smith and Associates, 1962
10 x 15. [box: 21, volume: Wrapped Packet 3]
2. Richmond Chamber of Commerce Fire Prevention report comprised of various pamphlets, newsclippings and other materials, October 3-9, 1965
12 x 13 [box: 21, volume: Wrapped Packet 3]
3. Newsclippings covering governmental affairs, various organizations, Pattie A. Clay hospital, Eastern, Bluegrass Army Depot, urban development and improvement, prominent citizens, education, historical buildings, January-September 1970
12 x 14. [box: 21, volume: Wrapped Packet 3]
4. Newsclippings covering local businesses and organizations, education, urban development and improvement, cultural events, local issues, Pattie A. Clay hospital, Sunday closing law, Bluegrass Army Depot, White Hall, September 1970 to September 1971
13 x 13. [box: 21, volume: Wrapped Packet 3]
D. Scrapbooks, October 1971-July 1975
1. Newsclippings covering Eastern, Boonesborough, prominent citizens, urban development and improvement, local schools, businesses and organizations, local and state elections, Madison County Airport, Pattie A. Clay hospital, Bluegrass Army Depot, local issues and events, Sunday closing law, October 2, 1971 to September 30, 1972
12 x 14. [box: 21, volume: Wrapped Packet 4]
2. Newsclippings covering local organizations, businesses and schools, Eastern, prominent citizens, local issues and events, Bluegrass Army Depot, Kentucky Bicentennial celebration, October 1972 to February 7, 1973
11 x 13. [box: 21, volume: Wrapped Packet 4]
3. Newsclippings covering local organizations, events, businesses, schools, urban development and improvement, local issues and Eastern, prominent citizens, weather, Pattie A. Clay hospital, Bluegrass Army Depot, historical buildings, Boonesborough, January 1-July 24, 1975
11 x 13. [box: 21, volume: Wrapped Packet 4]

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