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Subseries 4. Research and Reports, 1966-1973

Scope and Content Notes:

Thornburgh habitually and meticulously researched topics of interest and relevant to his work. The research and reports on Pennsylvania, Allegheny County, and Pittsburgh and some more specific issues are typical of Thornburgh's approach to policy development and represent the following issues, for example: education, urban affairs, minorities, corrections, and police. Many of these files contain his annotations.

Section: Pennsylvania

Folder 8 Reports on Pennsylvania's Economy (annotated) 1970-1972

Section: Allegheny County

Folder 9 Notes and Memorandum on Crime and Police in Allegheny County 1968
Folder 10 "Development Sketch Plan, Economic Growth, The Environment, Facilities, and Services in Allegheny County" October, 1970
Folder 11 Allegheny County Police Publications (annotated) 1971-1972
Folder 12 County Conference: A Report on Allegheny County Government Services (annotated) April, 1971
Folder 13 Allegheny County Police Duties and Responsibilities undated

Section: Pittsburgh

Folder 14 Committee on Hearings on Housing (annotated) April 22, 1966 and September 22, 1966
Folder 15 Research and Notes on Pittsburgh (annotated) 1967-1973
Folder 16 Notes on Education in Pittsburgh 1967
Folder 17 "The Changing City" and "Urban Renewal Summary," Reports of the Urban Redevelopment Authority of Pittsburgh, 1969 1969

Section: Topics


Box 17
Folder 1 Education 1966-1967
Folder 2 Urban Affairs 1967-1971
Folder 3 Minorities 1967-1968
Folder 4 Corrections 1969-1973
Folder 5 "Overloading our Criminal Law" and "Crimes without Victims," by Peter Baugher, Reviewed and Annotated by Thornburgh 1971-1972
Folder 6 "Curbing Crime and Establishing Justice," by Donald Stone, Reviewed and Annotated by Thornburgh 1972
Folder 7 Police undated