Metropolitan Milwaukee Association of Commerce, 1863-ongoing

Title: Metropolitan Milwaukee Association of Commerce, 1863-ongoing
Call Number: Mss-0777
Bulk: 10 cu. ft.

Historical Note:

The association began in 1861 and was initially called the Merchants Association.  The organization’s purpose was to advance the trade and business of Milwaukee.  The group’s name changed to the Merchants & Manufacturers Association of Milwaukee in 1894 and to the Milwaukee Association of Commerce in 1917.  In the 1960s, the name became the Metropolitan Milwaukee Association of Commerce.  Over the years, the basic purpose of the organization has not changed, but it has expanded to include improving the area’s quality of life and promoting the city across the nation.  Records consist of newsletters, clippings, reports, correspondence, and photos that document the group’s various activities.  Clarence Muth was manager of the association’s Air Service Bureau and its Safety Division and much of the material deals with early aviation in Milwaukee and industrial safety during World War II.

 

Administrative Note:

The collection had items added on January 8, 1997 and December 18, 1997.  The collection was reprocessed on November 18, 2004 by Kevin Abing.  The collection had items added on March 22, 2005 by Kevin Abing.

 

 

General/Miscellaneous Material

Box Number

Folder Number

     
Historical Information 1 1
American Council on Public Relations – “Summary of Lectures and Discussions 1 2
Annual Reports, 1918-1919, 1938, 1968-1971, 1974-1976 1 3
Army Safety Program, 1942-1943 1 4
Army War Show, August 1942 1 5
Association of Commerce Centennial – Resolutions, etc., 1961 1 6
Association of Commerce Post-War Planning, 1944 1 7
Biographies of Ex-Staff, 1939-1965 1 8
Black Out Regulations, etc., 1942 1 9
Boy Scouts of America, 1943 1 10
Building Codes, 1942 1 11
Camouflage Course – Layton School of Art, 1942 1 12
Certificate – to William Pollock, Jr., 1955 1 13
Chamber of Commerce – Annual Reports, 1907, 1924-1926 1 14
Chamber of Commerce – Miscellaneous Publications, 1863-ca. 1948 1 15
Clippings, 1935-1947 1 16
Clippings, 1948-1952 1 17
Community-War Chest Rally, 1942 1 18
Convention Packet, 1977 1 19
Conventions and Events Schedules, 1916, 1950-1958 1 20
Correspondence/Memos – Miscellaneous, 1892-1974 1 21
Daylight Saving Time – Association of Commerce Planning, 1956-1957 1 22
Daylight Saving Time – Current Material (since 1957 campaign), 1958-1965 1 23
Daylight Saving Time – History, 1957-1962 1 24
Daylight Saving Time – Newspaper Articles, April-May 1957 1 25
Daylight Saving Time – Pros & Cons, 1957 1 26
Daylight Saving Time – Termination, Sept. 29, 1957 1 27
Fire Insurance Patrol (Disbanded), 1939-1942 1 28
Freedom vs. Communism Citizens’ Course, 1961-1963 1 29
Gas Specialists School, 1943 1 30
General Motors Corporation Educational Program, 1942 1 31
Greater Milwaukee Committee, 1951-1952 1 32
Health Clinic, 1942 1 33
Highway Safety Conference, 1936 1 34
Industrial Accident Prevention Association, 1942 1 35
Industrial Commission of Wisconsin – Apprenticeship Program, 1938-1940 1 36
Industrial Plant Guard Schools, 1943 1 37
International Association of Police Chief, 1943 1 38
Junior Chamber of Commerce – Roster, 1962, & Badger Jaycee, 1963-1964 1 39
Legal Material 1 40
Legislative Material 1 41
Madison Industrial Safety Association – Minutes, 1941 1 42
Mayor’s Sub-Committee on Civilian Fire Defense, 1941 1 43
Milwaukee Advertising Club – Publication, 1956 & Roster, 1972-1973 1 44
Milwaukee County War Memorial, 1947-1953 1 45
Milwaukee Foreman’s Safety School, 1945-1965 1 46
Milwaukee Foreman’s Safety School – Programs, 1923-1961 1 46A
Milwaukee Government Service League, 1942 1 47
Milwaukee Medical Center, ca. 1940 1 48
Milwaukee – Promotional Brochures/Flyers, ca. 1909-1967 2 49
Milwaukee – Promotional Publications, 1903-1961 2 50
Milwaukee War Exposition & Bond Rally, June 6-10, 1942 2 51
Miscellaneous 2 52
Muth, Clarence – Correspondence & Miscellaneous, 1944-1951 2 52A
National Conference on Street & Highway Safety, 1933-1935 2 53
National Foremen’s Institute, ca. 1942 2 54
National Institute of Safety Organization Management, 1941, 1943 2 55
National Institute for Traffic Training, 1939, 1942 2 56
National Safe Practices Committee, 1936 2 57
National Safety Council – 1943 Congress Invitation 2 58
National Safety Council – Inter-Fleet Safety Contest, 1940 2 59
National Safety Council – Off-the-Job Accidents, 1943 2 60
National Safety Council – Unit Membership, 1944 2 61
National Safety Council – War Production Fund, 1942-1943 2 62
National Society for the Prevention of Blindness, 1942 2 63
Newsletters – “Bulletin,” 1907, 1909, 1930-1931 2 64
Newsletters – “Civics and Commerce,” 1912, 1916, 1918-1920 2 65
Newsletters – “Milwaukee Commerce,” 1938-1983 (not inclusive) 2 66
Newsletters – “Milwaukee Commerce Hotline,” 2003- 2 67
“Norlond” Claimants Committee, 1922-1949 2 68
Office of Civil Defense, 1941-1942 2 69
Old Mailings: AFS-Business Day, 1965-1966 2 70
Old Mailings: Broker Letters, 1966 2 71
Old Mailings: College Employment Opportunity Day, 1965-1966 2 72
Old Mailings: Fire Prevention Committee, 1965-1966 2 73
Old Mailings: Fire Prevention & Plant Protection School, 1965-1966 2 74
Old Mailings: Free-Enterprise Education Committee Meetings, 1965-1966 2 75
Old Mailings: Industrial Safety Committee, 1966 2 76
Old Mailings: Industries Committee Meetings, 1965-1966 2 77
Old Mailings: Industry Appreciation Week, 1966 2 78
Old Mailings: Milwaukeeland Safety School, 1966 2 79
Old Mailings: Miscellaneous, 1965-1966 2 80
Otjen, C. J. (Colonel) – Testimonial Banquet, July 1943 2 81
Parking Meters, 1936-1939 2 82
Plant & Fire Protection, 1940-1943 2 83
Plant Protection School at Purdue University, 1942 2 84
Programs/Invitations – Special Events, 1887-1968 2 85
Public Relations, 1937, 1939 2 86
Publications/Flyers/Brochures (Association of Commerce) – Miscellaneous, 1911-1974 2 87
“Quint Launching,” May 9, 1943 (re: Quint Fleet launching at Superior, WI) 2 88
Safety Division – Manpower Protection, 1941-1942 2 89
Safety Division – Monthly Reports to Assn. of Commerce Board, 1938-1943 2 90
Safety Division – National Stories, 1938-1942 3 91
Safety Division – National Traffic Safety Award, 1942 3 92
Safety Division – News Releases, 1942 3 93
Safety Division – Occupational Diseases, 1933-1941 3 94
Safety Division – Past Notices, Flyers, etc., 1930-1941 3 95
Safety Division – Reports & Extracts of Board Minutes, 1940-1942 3 96
Safety Division – War Data (Speech Material), 1942-1943 3 97
Safety Division – Women in Industry, 1942-1944 3 98
Safety Stories – Milwaukee Journal & Milwaukee Sentinel, 1937 3 99
Speeches (Miscellaneous), 1863-1973 3 100
United Service Organization, 1941 3 101
U.S. Dept. of Labor – National Committee for the Conservation of Manpower in War Industries, 1945-1946 3 102
University of Wisconsin – Industrial Relations Bureau, 1940 3 103
University of Wisconsin – School of Commerce, 1942 3 104
WAVE Rally, June 1943 3 105
Wisconsin Council of Defense – Plant Protection Conference, 1942 3 106
Wisconsin Education & Industry Conference, 1943 3 107
Wisconsin – Promotional Publications 3 108
Wisconsin State Fire Prevention Association, 1937 3 109
Yearbooks, 1908, 1914 3 110
     

Miscellaneous Association of Commerce Reports

 

Box Number

Location

     
“Consumer Price Trends and Their Effects on Production Worker Earnings in Milwaukee and Five Midwest Cities,” 1964 3 Loose in box
“Economic Fact Book on Metropolitan Milwaukee,” 1964 3 Loose in box
“Major Retail Centers’ Activity in the Milwaukee Metropolitan Area,” 1965 3 Loose in box
“Milwaukeeland’s Community Leaders,” 1975 3 Loose in box
“1980 Population Projections, Milwaukee and Ten Surrounding Counties,” 1964 3 Loose in box
“1962 Community Appraisal With a Look at 1963″ (2 copies) 3 Loose in box
“Population Shifts in the Metropolitan Milwaukee Area,” 1965 3 Loose in box
“Progress Report on the Development of a Civic Affairs Program for the Milwaukee Association of Commerce,” 1960 3 Loose in box
“Retail Trade Activity in the Milwaukee Metropolitan Area,” 1965 3 Loose in box
“Salesmen’s Automobile Expense Allowances in Milwaukee County Firms,” 1964 3 Loose in box
“Selected Services Activity in the Metropolitan Milwaukee Area,” 1965 3 Loose in box
“Trends in Selected Milwaukee Economic Indicators, 1950 to 1964, with Projections to 1969″ 3 Loose in box
“Trends in Selected Milwaukee Economic Indicators, 1950 to 1964, with Projections to 1969″ 3 Loose in box
“Wholesale Trade Activity in the Milwaukee Metropolitan Area,” 1965 3 Loose in box
     

Miscellaneous Oversize Reports/Packets

Box Number

Location

     
“Air Transit Needs in the Milwaukee Area,” by Milwaukee Journal, ca. 1945   Loose in box
Northwest Orient Airlines: 30th Anniversary of Coast-to-Coast Ford Tri-Motor Flight, 1956   Loose in box
     

Aviation Related Material

Box Number

Folder Number

     
Aeronautical Chamber of Commerce, 1929-1937 3 111
“Air Cavalcade,” June 20-22, 1942 3 112
Air Lab – Correspondence, 1940 (re: location of Federal Aircraft Engine Research Lab) 3 113
Air Lab – Official Briefs, 1939-1940 3 114
Air Lab – Reports, 1940 3 115
Air Legislation, 1931-1938 3 116
Air Mail “Close-of-Business Dispatch,” 1936-1937 3 117
Air Mail Contract – Cancellation, 1934 3 118
Air Mail 25th Anniversary, 1943 3 119
Air Mail Week Campaign, May 20-25, 1929 3 119A
Air Mail Week Campaign Events, May 1929 4 119B
Air Mail Week Campaign – Post Office, May 1929 4 119C
Air Mail Week Campaign – State Events, May 1929 4 119D
Air Mail Campaign, 1938 4 119E
Air Publications, 1930-1931 4 120
Air Races, 1929-1935 4 121
American Airlines Luncheon, Oct. 13, 1943 4 122
Autogiro – Newsletters & Misc., 1931-1932 4 123
Aviation, 1931-1934 4 124
Aviation Day – Wisconsin State Fair, 1939-1941 4 125
Aviation Special Events, 1933-1934 4 126
B-24 “Boomerang” – Milwaukee Visit, May 10, 1944 4 127
“Billy Mitchell” Memorial, n.d. 4 128
Bremen Fliers – Milwaukee Visit, May 13, 1928 4 129
Byrd, Richard E. (Rear Admiral) – Telegram re: Antarctic Expedition, 1930 4 130
Byrd, Richard E. (Rear Admiral) – Milwaukee Visit, Oct. 17, 1932 4 131
Civil Aeronautics Authority, 1938-1940 4 132
Clippings, 1944-1946 4 133
Clippings, Jan. – May 1947 4 134
Clippings, June – July 1947 4 135
Clippings, Aug. – Sept. 1947 4 136
Clippings, Oct. – Dec. 1947 4 137
Clippings, 1948-1960 4 138
Corrigan, Douglas (“Wrong Way”) – Milwaukee Reception, 1938 4 139
Cross-Lake Service, Aug. 31, 1929 4 140
Curtiss-Wright Airport, 1929-1932 4 141
DeSeversky, Alexander P. (Major), Program, 1943 4 142
Earhart, Amelia – Milwaukee Reception, 1932 4 143
Fox River Valley Air Route, 1931-1935 4 144
German Air Delegation – Milwaukee Visit, May 22, 1930 4 145
Graf Zeppelin – Potential Milwaukee Visit, 1928-1929 4 146
Hausner, Stanislaus – Milwaukee Reception, Sept. 1932 4 147
Herzfeld, Carl – Memorial, 1930-1931 4 148
Lindbergh, Charles – Milwaukee Reception, 1927 4 149
Maitland Field – Association of Commerce Resolutions to Common Council & Other Communications with City,1925-1930 4 150
Maitland Field – Clippings (Favorable), 1929-1930 5 151
Maitland Field – Correspondence – Miscellaneous, 1929-1931 5 152
Maitland Field – Dept. of Commerce Survey, 1930 5 153
Maitland Field – General, 1929-1931 5 154
Maitland Field – Harbor & Rivers Association Correspondence, 1929-1930 5 155
Maitland Field – Newspaper Editorials (Favorable), 1930 5 156
Maitland Field – Other Plans, 1929-1930 (includes 1922 report on Port of Milwaukee) 5 157
Maitland Field – Similar Bases Elsewhere, 1930 5 158
Maitland Field – Vaughn Series, Aug. 1930 (series of articles by Frank Vaughn) 5 159
Maitland Field Brief – Washington Conference – War Dept., 1930 5 160
Maitland, Lester and Albert Hegenberger – Milwaukee Reception, July 20, 1927 5 161
Maitland Plane – Efforts to Bring to Milwaukee, 1931-1936 5 162
Maynard-DiCesare Propeller Company, 1937 5 163
Mead – Air Mail Bill, 1935 5 164
Merchant Airship Act, 1932 5 165
Milwaukee Air Progress Week, 1937 5 166
Milwaukee Air Transportation Day, 1937 5 166A
Milwaukee – Airport of Entry, 1930-1937 5 167
Milwaukee County Airport, 1929-1932 5 168
National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics, 1940-1942 5 168A
National Aeronautic Association, 1937-1939 5 169
National Air Defense, 1935-1938 5 170
National Air Travel Week, Oct. 1-9, 1938 5 171
National Aviation Forum, Feb. 1939 5 172
Newspapers, 1946-1955 5 173
Northwest Airlines, 1937, 1941-1943 (re: Milwaukee routes) 5 174
Pangborn, Clyde and Hugh Herndon – Telegram, 1931 5 175
Pennsylvania-Central Airlines, 1943 5 176
Post, Wiley and Harold Gatty – Milwaukee Visit, July 27, 1931 – Clippings 5 177
Post, Wiley & Gatty, Harold  Reception, July 27, 1931 5 177A
Post, Wiley & Gatty, Harold  Reception – Expense Budget & Bills, 1931 5 177B
Savoia-Marchetti Italian Plane – Milwaukee Visit, Sept. 30, 1929 5 178
“Tokyo Fliers” News Clippings, July 1942 5 179
Von Gronau, Wolfgang – Milwaukee Reception, 1930, 1932 5 180
Wisconsin Airport Survey, 1929-1932 5 181
Wisconsin Civil Air Corps, 1936-1940 5 182
Wisconsin State Aeronautic Commission, 1931 5 183
Wisconsin War Flying Foundation, Inc., 1942-1943 5 184
     

Oversize Map

Location

   
Milwaukee Industries, August 1940 WH W52
   

Oversize Items

Location

 
Award Given by U.S. Chamber of Commerce for Best Accomplishments in Health Conservation, 1936 OS LG “M”
   

Photo Scrapbooks

Location

   
Merchants and Manufacturers trade trip 1907 EM
Merchants and Manufacturers trade trip 1913 EM
Merchants and Manufacturers trade trip 1900s EM
Merchants and Manufacturers trade trip 1910 EM
Merchants and Manufacturers trade trip 1915 EM
Merchants and Manufacturers trade trip 1915 EM
Envelope of loose photos of trade trips 1900s EM
Merchants and Manufacturers Assoc. trade trip 1906 EM
Merchants and Manufacturers Assoc. trade trip 1908 EM
Merchants and Manufacturers Assoc. trade trip 1909 EM
Merchants and Manufacturers Assoc. trips 1914-15 EM
Merchants and Manufacturers Assoc. trade trip 1915 EM
SCRAPBOOKS: SEE EMPHOTOGRAPHS: SEE M-200  
     

General/Miscellaneous Material

Box Number

Folder Number

     
American Opportunities Program, 1960-1961 6 185
American Opportunities Program – Project Suggestions and Agenda, 1950-1951 6 186
American Opportunities Program – Project Suggestions and Agenda, 1955-1961 6 187
American Opportunities Program – Prospect Lists 6 188
City Tax Data, 1951-1965 6 189
Companies Leaving Milwaukee/Wisconsin, 1959-1963 6 190
Confidential 6 191
Defense Research Conference – Meeting Details, Aug. 25, 1962 6 192
Defense Research Conference – Transcript, Aug. 25, 1962 6 193
Executive and Technical Services, Inc. 6 194
Freedom vs. Communism, 1961-1965 6 195
Governor’s R & D Conference, 6/28/65 6 196
Governor’s R & D Conference-Name Lists from C. of C. Groups, 6/28/65 6 197
Governor’s R & D Conference-Name Lists from Mfrs. Associations, 6/28/65 6 198
Guide to Technical Information Resources, 1966 6 199
Harbor, Port and River Sites, 1955 6 200
Industrial Expansion Summary – 1958 6 201
Industrial Expansion Summary – 1959 6 202
Industrial Expansion Summary – 1959 – Newspaper Clippings 6 203
Industrial Expansion Summary – 1960 6 204
Industrial Expansion Summary – 1961 6 205
Milwaukee Joint Apprenticeship Committee-Questionnaire re: Unused Apprenticeship Quotas, 1966 6 206
Plastics Employment Training Conference-Agenda & Questionnaire, 7/20/66 6 207
Plastics Questionnaires – Final Format 6 208
Plastics Training Course, 1966 (Mailing to mfrs. who did not attend 7/20/66 meeting) 6 209
Plastics Training Course, 1966 (Mailing to additional firms in plastic business) 6 210
Research Park Clinic, Madison, 1963 6 211
Science & Research Center Project (See also Defense Research Conference) 6 212
Sewer Data, 1956-1958 6 213
State Tax Data, 1960-1963 6 214
Tax Data – Clippings, 1959-1961 6 215
Tax Material, 1959-1964 6 216
Tax Speech Data, 1953-1961 6 217
Wisconsin Department of Resource Development-Tax Interpretation Meetings, 1962 6 218
Wisconsin Industrial Expansion, 1958-1960 6 219
Wisconsin Industrial Research Council – Board of Directors Meeting, 3/12/64 6 220
Wisconsin Industrial Research Council – Board of Directors Meeting, 11/6/64 6 221
Wisconsin Industrial Research Council – Consolidation of Mailing Folders, 8/6/62 to 6/21/63 6 222
Wisconsin Industrial Research Council – Consolidation of Mailing Folders, 11/16/62 to 11/12/63 7 223
Wisconsin Industrial Research Council – Consolidation of Mailing Folders, 1/13/64 to 12/24/64 7 224
Wisconsin Industrial Research Council – Consolidation of Mailing Folders, 4/9/65 to 8/20/65 7 225
Wisconsin Industrial Research Council – Consolidation of Mailing Folders, 8/24/65 to 7/6/66 (1 of 2) 7 226
Wisconsin Industrial Research Council – Consolidation of Mailing Folders, 8/24/65 to 7/6/66 (2 of 2) 7 227
Wisconsin Industrial Research Council – Early Wisconsin-Milwaukee Research Council Data, 1962-1965 (1 of 2) 7 228
Wisconsin Industrial Research Council – Early Wisconsin-Milwaukee Research Council Data, 1962-1965 (2 of 2) 7 229
Wisconsin Industrial Research Council – Extra Forms 7 230
Wisconsin Industrial Research Council – Finance Committee Meeting, 5/25/64 7 231
Wisconsin Industrial Research Council – Lake Lawn Seminar Executive Group -Meeting Notice, July 1966 7 232
Wisconsin Industrial Research Council-Letters, 1963-1965 7 233
Wisconsin Industrial Research Council – Managing Director Selection Committee Meeting, 5/27/64 7 234
Wisconsin Industrial Research Council-Material Accumulated for WIRC 7 235
Wisconsin Industrial Research Council-Membership Committee Meeting, 6/1/64 7 236
Wisconsin Industrial Research Council-Miscellaneous Data, 1960-1966 7 237
Wisconsin Industrial Research Council-Newspaper Clippings, 1964-1966 7 238
Wisconsin Industrial Research Council – Outline for Regional R&D Council Procedure 7 239
Wisconsin Industrial Research Council-Questionnaires, 1965 7 240
Wisconsin-Milwaukee Research Council-Coordinating Committee 7 241
Wisconsin-Milwaukee Research Council-Coordinating Committee Meeting, 11/28/62 7 242
Wisconsin-Milwaukee Research Council-Coordinating Committee Meeting,12/20/62 7 243
Wisconsin-Milwaukee Research Council-Coordinating Committee Report,1963 7 244
Wisconsin-Milwaukee Research Council-Financial Conference, 8/21/63 7 245
Wisconsin-Milwaukee Research Council-Incorporators Meeting, 2/3/64 7 246
Wisconsin-Milwaukee Research Council-Industrial Development 7 247
Wisconsin-Milwaukee Research Council-Industrial Research, Michigan 7 248
Wisconsin-Milwaukee Research Council-Steering Committee Data, 1962 7 249
Wisconsin-Milwaukee Research Council-Steering Committee Meeting, 11/1/62 7 250
Wisconsin-Milwaukee Research Council-Steering Committee Meeting, 12/6/63 8 251
Wisconsin-Milwaukee Research Council-Task Force No. 1, 1962-1963 8 252
Wisconsin-Milwaukee Research Council-Task Force No. 1 Meeting, 3/1/63 8 253
Wisconsin-Milwaukee Research Council-Task Force No. 1 Meeting, 7/30/63 8 254
Wisconsin-Milwaukee Research Council-Task Force No. 2, 1963 8 255
Wisconsin-Milwaukee Research Council-Task Force No. 2 Meeting, 6/20/63 8 256
Wisconsin-Milwaukee Research Council-Task Force No. 2 Meeting, 7/16/63 8 257
Wisconsin-Milwaukee Research Council-Task Force No. 2 Meeting, 8/20/63 8 258
Wisconsin-Milwaukee Research Council – Task Force No. 2 – Slichter Sub-Committee, 7/30/63 8 259
Wisconsin-Milwaukee Research Council-Task Force No. 3, 1963 8 260
Wisconsin-Milwaukee Research Council-Task Force No. 3 Meeting, 4/25/63 8 261
Wisconsin-Milwaukee Research Council- Task Force No. 3 – Joint Sub-Committee – Miller & Moeller, 6/10/63 8 262
Wisconsin-Milwaukee Research Council- Task Force No. 3 – Miller’s Sub-Committee Meeting, 5/10/63 8 263
Wisconsin-Milwaukee Research Council- Task Force No. 3 – Moeller’s Sub-Committee Meeting, 5/20/63 8 264
Wisconsin-Milwaukee Research Council-Task Force No. 4, 1963 8 265
Wisconsin-Milwaukee Research Council-Task Force No. 4 Meeting, 4/10/63 8 266
Wisconsin-Milwaukee Research Council-Task Force No. 4 Meeting, 6/25/63 8 267
Wisconsin-Milwaukee Research Council- Task Force No. 4 – Koerper’s Sub-Committee Meeting, 5/27/63 8 268
Wisconsin-Milwaukee Research Council- Task Force No. 4 – Koerper’s Sub-Committee Meeting, 6/5/63 8 269
Wisconsin-Milwaukee Research Council- Task Force No. 4 – Murdock Sub-Committee Meeting, 4/26/63 8 270
Wisconsin-Milwaukee Research Council- Task Force No. 4 – Murdock Sub-Committee Meeting, 5/3/63 8 271
Wisconsin-Milwaukee Research Council- Task Force No. 4 – Murdock Sub-Committee Meeting, 5/13/63 8 272
Wisconsin-Milwaukee Research Council- Task Force No. 4 – Murdock Sub-Committee Meeting, 6/14/63 8 273
Wisconsin-Milwaukee Research Council- Task Force No. 4 – Murdock Sub-Committee Meeting, 7/29/63 8 274
Wisconsin-Milwaukee Research Council-Task Force No. 5 8 275
Wisconsin-Milwaukee Research Council – Task Force No. 5 Meeting, 5/7/63 8 276
Wisconsin-Milwaukee Research Council – Task Forces & Coordinating Committee Meeting, 10/24/63 8 277
     

Fire Prevention Material

Box Number

Folder Number

     
Fire Department Study, 1963-1964 8 278
Fire Facts, 1959-1966 8 279
Fire Prevention Committee, 1963-1964 8 280
Fire Prevention School Films & Demonstrations, 1958-1963 8 281
Fire Prevention School, 1944-1961 8 282
Fire Prevention School, 1962 8 283
Fire Prevention School, 1963 8 284
Fire Prevention School – Oct. 30, 1963 Session 8 285
Fire Prevention School – Nov. 6, 1963 Session 8 286
Fire Prevention School – Nov. 13, 1963 Session 8 287
Fire Prevention School – Attendance Records, 1963 8 288
Fire Prevention School – Expenses, 1963 8 289
Fire Prevention School – Printing, 1963 8 290
Fire Prevention School, 1964 8 291
Fire Prevention School – Oct. 28, 1964 Session 8 292
Fire Prevention School – Nov. 4, 1964 Session 8 293
Fire Prevention School – Nov. 11, 1964 Session 8 294
Fire Prevention School – Committee Attendance, 1964 8 295
Fire Prevention School – Printing, 1964 8 296
Fire Prevention School – Publicity, 1964 8 297
Fire Prevention School, 1966 8 298
Fire Prevention School, 1966 – Replies 8 299
Fire Prevention School – Graduation Awards, 1931-1964 8 300
Fire Prevention School – Graduation/Banquet Programs, 1929-1931 8 300A
Fire Prevention School – Graduation Letters, 1955-1962 8 301
Fire Prevention School – History 8 302
Fire Prevention School – Master Programs, 1924-1965 8 303
Fire Prevention Week, 1953 8 304
Fire Prevention Week, 1954 9 305
Fire Prevention Week, 1955 9 306
Fire Prevention Week, 1956 9 307
Fire Prevention Week, 1957 9 308
Fire Prevention Week, 1958 9 309
Fire Prevention Week, 1959 9 310
Fire Prevention Week, 1960 9 311
Fire Prevention Week, 1961 9 312
Fire Prevention Week, 1961 – National Fire Protection Association 9 313
Fire Prevention Week, 1962 9 314
Fire Prevention Week, 1963 9 315
Fire Prevention Week, 1964 9 316
Fire Safety Home Check List 9 317
Fire Speeches, 1943-1954 9 318
Vocational School re: Fire Prevention & Plant Protection School, 1963-1965 9 319
     

Binder

Box Number

Location

     
Fire Prevention Week Campaign, 1949 [2 vols.] (includes photos) 9 Loose in box
Inter Chamber Fire Waste Contest, Vol. 3, ca. 1947 (includes photos) 9 Loose in box
Inter-Chamber Fire Contest, 1951 (includes photos) 9 Loose in box
   

Ledger

Location

   
Report of Grain Inspector, 1890-1900 BV, SH 287
   

Oversize Items

Location

   
Fire Prevention Week posters 1954-1962 ( 9 items) WH W52
       

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