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Series II. Correspondence, 1969-1971

Scope and Content Notes:

Includes correspondence to Pittsburgh Board of Public Education, City Council of Pittsburgh. Arranged chronologically.

Folder 2 Letter to Court of Common Pleas October 11, 1969 opposing reappointment of Mr. Maxine Aaron, Mr. Louis Reizenstein, Mrs. Clarence Kline and Mr. Thomas Warden to Pittsburgh board of Public Education.
Letter to Court of Common Pleas Judge Alpern dated October 21, 1969 with list of recommended names for Pittsburgh Board of Public Education.
Letter to U.S. Representative William Moorhead dated October 1, 1970 opposing appointment of sidney Marland as Commissioner of Education for U.S.
Letter to U.S. senator Pell dated January 27, 1970 disagreeing with testimony given by Sidney Marland at Senate Labor Committee on Marland's appointment as Commissioner of Education.
Letter to Peter Flaherty, Mayor of Pittsburgh dated January 26, 1971 concerning trash pick-up for public schools.
Letter to Helen Seager of EEEC from City of Pittsburgh February 18, 1971 concerning Council Bill No. 1734 regarding draft of ordinance No. 604 amending section 1 and section 2 providing for storage and collection of refuse within City of Pittsburgh.
Personal letter to Helen Seager from Arlene ? informing Helen of new policy of electing school board officials c. 1971-2.
Letter to Board of Directors of EEEC from League of Women Voters dated November 3, 1972 concerning new school board election legislation.