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Series II. Correspondence

Scope and Content Notes:

This series consists of correspondence among presidents of the Pittsburgh Council and other high ranking board members. Although there is correspondence found throughout the collection, this series is generally more focused on leadership posts and often pertains to projects that were given a special relevance, such as the design and construction of the Allentown building and the maintenance of the Baker Trail. By comparison, much of the correspondence found outside of this series is more likely to pertain to the more routine aspects of the organization.


Box 13
Folder 1 AYH President’s Letter File, 1971
Folder 2 Summary Reports and Correspondence, 1973
Folder 03-04 Council President’s Correspondence Files, 1972-1975
Folder 05-06 Misc. Correspondence, 1972
Folder 7 Board Correspondence, 1974
Folder 8 AYH Correspondence, 1975
Folder 9 Board Correspondence, 1976-1978
Folder 10 Correspondence Organization, 1977-1978
Folder 11-12 Board Correspondence, 1977-1978
Folder 13 National Board Correspondence, 1978-1980
Folder 14 Council Relations Correspondence, 1983-1984
Folder 15-18 Board Correspondence, 1983-1984
Folder 19 Audit Letters and Correspondence, 1983-1984
Folder 20 Board Correspondence, 1985-1986
Folder 21 Start-Up Correspondence, 1988
Folder 22 CAN DO Correspondence, 1988
Folder 23 Allentown Architectural Correspondence, 1994-1997
Folder 24 Department of Health and Human Service Correspondences, 1995
Folder 25 Board Correspondence, 1996
Folder 26 Baker Trail Correspondence, 1996
Folder 27 Legal/Construction Correspondence, 1995-1997
Folder 28 Allentown Correspondence, 1996-1997
Folder 29 SPERT Correspondence, 1997
Folder 30 Finance Correspondence, 1998
Folder 31 Environmental Correspondence, 1999-2001