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Subseries 3. National Center for Voluntary Action, 1969-1973

Scope and Content Notes:

Subseries 3 contains correspondence, memoranda, meeting minutes, and other related records covering Elsie Hillman’s involvement with the National Center for Voluntary Action (NCVA). An organization established in 1969 by President Richard Nixon, the NCVA was aimed at encouraging volunteerism throughout the nation. Elsie Hillman was appointed a chairperson by Nixon in 1969. Much of the material within this subseries is relating to the formative years of the NCVA in the form of meeting minutes and reports.

Box 48
Folder 1 Appalachian Regional Commission Voluntary Efforts Program, c. 1969
Folder 2 Appointment to National Center for Voluntary Action Board, Congratulatory Correspondence, 1969
Folder 3-5 Correspondence, 1969-1973
Folder 6 List of Pledged Contributions, c.1969-1970
Folder 7-8 Meeting Minutes, 1969-1970
Folder 9 Memoranda, 1969
Folder 10 Million and Over Conference, List of Key Points, 1969
Folder 11 Notes, 1969
Folder 12 Pamphlets and Newsletters, 1969-1970
Folder 13 Pennsylvania Volunteer Awards, Winners, 1973
Folder 14 Preliminary Budget Requirements, Draft, 1969
Folder 15 Program Guideline Documents, 1969
Folder 16-17 Reports, 1968-1972
Folder 18 Resolution on Volunteerism, 1971
Folder 19 Resource Directory Book, "Clearinghouse," 1970
Folder 20 Speech Materials on Volunteerism, 1970
Folder 21 Statements and Press Releases, 1969-1971