Frederick T. Haley papers, 1931-2001  PDF

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Haley, Frederick
Title
Frederick T. Haley papers
Dates
1931-2001 (inclusive)
1955-1990 (bulk)
Quantity
61.52 cubic feet (117 boxes)
Collection Number
1988 (Accession No. 1988-005)
Summary
Papers of a businessman and civic leader of Tacoma, Washington discussing his numerous civic activities and his social and family life
Repository
University of Washington Libraries, Special Collections
Special Collections
University of Washington Libraries
Box 352900
Seattle, WA
98195-2900
Telephone: 206-543-1929
Fax: 206-543-1931
speccoll@uw.edu
Access Restrictions

The papers are open to all users.

Languages
English
Sponsor
Funding for encoding this finding aid was partially provided through a grant awarded by the National Endowment for the Humanities.


Biographical NoteReturn to Top

Frederick T. Haley was a Tacoma businessman and civic leader. His chief interests in civic life were education, civil rights, and civil liberties.

Frederick T. Haley was born in Tacoma, Washington, on June 29, 1912. He grew up in Tacoma and attended Stadium High School. His father, J. Clifford Haley, co-founded Brown & Haley, a candy manufacturing company known for its signature product, Almond Roca, in 1912. Fred Haley earned a B.A. from Dartmouth in 1935 and returned to Tacoma to work as a salesman for Brown & Haley. He also studied business at the University of Washington. During WWII Haley served in the Pacific as a Navy harbor pilot. There he developed both a lifelong love of the Pacific Islands and, in the face of the stark realities of war, a drive to dedicate himself to meaningful and difficult civic causes. After the war, Haley married Dorothy Geyer and had four children. He became chairman and chief executive officer of Brown & Haley after his father’s death in 1954.

In the succeeding years, Haley involved himself in a myriad of civic causes. In the 1950s and 1960s his efforts were focused mainly on education and civil rights and liberties. During his tenure on the Tacoma School Board, on which he served two terms as chair, Haley was an outspoken critic of de-facto school segregation and advocated bussing programs as a remedy. He charged that segregated schools hindered the development of all children in a racially diverse society. As a school board member, Haley took another stand on a controversial issue when he spoke out in defense of Jean Schuddakopf, an elementary school counselor who refused to submit to questioning by the House Un-American Activities Committee. He served as president of the Pierce County School Directors’ Association in 1957. Haley continued his work for civil rights as a founding member of the Washington Citizens’ Committee for Civil Rights Legislation. During this time he also served on the Washington State Advisory Committee to the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights and on the boards of the Washington State Chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union and the Washington State Board Against Discrimination.

Under Haley’s leadership, Brown & Haley competed successfully on the world market and earned a Presidential E for Export award in the 1960s. Haley believed strongly in the value of American awareness of international issues; he took his family on extended trips to Europe and encouraged his children to study multiple foreign languages. These experiences were useful to Haley in the arena of international trade. He served on the Washington State International Trade Fair’s (WSITF) board of trustees, planning committee, and executive committee during the 1970s. He was president of WSITF in 1974 and attended several trips to Asia and the USSR with WSITF delegations. Haley was also a member of the Pacific Northwest International Trade Council. He served on the steering committee of the Regional Export Expansion Council in 1968. Haley also supported several organizations that promoted international peace and friendship. These included Turn Toward Peace and its successor, the World Without War Council; Platform for Peace; Focus International; Friendship Force; and the United Nations Association Advisory Council on Nuclear Proliferation. He was state chairman of Washington United Nations Day in 1979.

Education remained an interest throughout Haley’s civic career. He was active in the National Committee for Support of the Public Schools throughout the 1960s and early 1970s. He served on the board of advisors of the U.S. Department of Education Fund for the Improvement of Postsecondary Education in 1980 and 1981. Governor Spellman appointed Haley as chair of the Washington State Temporary Committee on Educational Policies Structure and Management in 1983.

Often described as an educational visionary, Haley favored progressive and experimental approaches to the improvement of public education. In the mid-1970s he chaired the board of trustees of Tacoma’s Prometheus College. The college, which closed due to financial difficulties around 1979, allowed students to design their own courses and offered a number of correspondence and evening courses designed to make post-secondary education more accessible for non-traditional students. Haley went on to serve on the board of governors of the The Evergreen State College (TESC) from 1978 to the mid-1980s. A public college formed in 1971, TESC matched Haley’s progressive approach to education. Evergreen encourages self-directed learning, maintains small classes with high levels of student participation, and issues written student evaluations instead of grades.

Even as Haley scaled back his civic activities in the mid-1980s, he took on a new position on the University of Washington Tacoma (UWT) Siting Advisory Board. Haley advocated the idea that a branch campus of Washington’s largest public university would be a valuable asset to the citizens of Tacoma and its vicinity. (Tacoma was already home to two private universities, Pacific Lutheran University and the University of Puget Sound.) In 1991, after several years of planning, the University of Washington opened its second branch campus. A driving force behind the successful birth of the UWT, Haley gave the featured speech at the university’s first full-fledged commencement ceremony in 1992.

After a lifetime of civil service, Haley’s most prestigious awards and honors included a 1963 John Hay Fellowship for study at the Williams College Summer Institute in the Humanities, an honorary doctorate from the University of Puget Sound in 1970, and the William O. Douglas Award from the Washington Chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union in 1985. Frederick T. Haley died in 2005.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

The Frederick T. Haley papers document Haley’s numerous civic activities and his social and family life. The collection contains correspondence, minutes and agendas, membership records, financial records, reports, speeches and writings, conference and convention files, newsletters, subject series, photographs, notes, ephemera, clippings, and numerous supporting materials.

The Washington State Board Against Discrimination (WSBAD) records make up the largest subseries. Other significant subseries document the American Civil Liberties Union of Washington, the Tacoma School Board, the University of Washington at Tacoma, the Tacoma Area Urban Coalition, the Tacoma Model Cities Program, the Washington State Temporary Committee on Educational Policies Structure and Management, the National Committee for Citizens in Education, the Washington Citizens Committee for Civil Rights Legislation, the Subcommittee on Metropolitan Education of the Washington State Legislature's Joint Committee on Education, the Washington Democratic Council, the Washington State Council for Children and Youth, the Washington State International Trade Fair, the Institute for Island Research and Assistance, the Washington State Public Disclosure Commission, the KIRO Radio Board of Directors, and the collected papers of Henry (Hank) Adams.

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

Restrictions on Use

The creator's literary rights have been transferred to the University of Washington Libraries.

Preferred Citation

Frederick T. Haley Papers. Special Collections Division, University of Washington Libraries, Seattle, Washington.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top


Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

 

Civil Rights and Liberties Organizations, 1948-1993Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
American Civil Liberties Union of Washington
Frederick Haley served on the board of directors of the Washington Chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union in the 1950s. Haley received the ACLU’s highest honor, the William O. Douglas Award, in 1985. The award recognized his enduring commitment to the cause of civil liberties, as exemplified by his efforts to end racial segregation and discrimination through such organizations as the Washington State Board Against Discrimination and by his defense of accused Communist Jean Schuddakopf during the McCarthy Era. (See the section below on the Tacoma School Board for more discussion of the Schuddakopf case.)
. The papers are rich in correspondence, which spans the 1950s to the 1980s. Major correspondents include Peter Eglick, Leslie Sussman, and Fred Tausend.
1948-1993
Box/Folder
1/1
Organizational Information
1954-1965, undated
1/2
By-Laws
1954-1966, undated
1/3-13
General Correspondence
1957-1993, undated
1/14-15
Minutes
1957-1964, undated
2/1-2
Minutes
1965-1966
2/3-4
Speeches and Writings
1961-1990, undated
2/5
Reports
1958-1970, undated
2/6
Court Papers
1980
2/7
Newsletters
1957-1968, 1979
2/8
News Releases
1961-1967, 1987, undated
2/9
Election Materials
1957-1970, undated
2/10
Publications
1953-1962, 1984
2/11
Pamphlets
1953-1968, undated
2/12
Lists of Board Members
1956-1964
2/13
Financial Records
1958-1987
2/14
Legislation
1948-1963, undated
2/15
Notes
circa 1963
2/16
Miscellany
1960-1963
2/17-19, 3/1-4
Clippings
1956-1966
Box/Folder
3/5
Free Prisoners Bail Fund of Seattle
1967-1968
United States Commission on Civil Rights, Washington State Advisory Committee
1961-1974
Box/Folder
3/6
Organizational Information
1963-1974
3/7-17
General Correspondence
1962-1971
4/1-3
General Correspondence
1972-1974
4/4
Minutes
1962-1972
4/5-7
Meeting Transcripts
1966-1973
4/8-9
Reports
1962-1973
5/1
News Releases
1966-1968
5/2
Speeches and Writings
1961-1967
5/3
Pamphlets
circa 1963
5/4
Notes
circa 1963
5/5
Conference and Convention Files
1967-1971
5/6
Miscellany
1961-1972
5/7-9
Clippings
circa 1962-1970
Washington Citizens Committee for Civil Rights Legislation
1955-1963
Box/Folder
5/10-18
General Correspondence
1958-1963
6/1
Minutes
1959-1963
6/2
Reports
1960-1963
6/3
Legislation
1959-1961
6/4
Newsletters
1959-1963
6/5
Speeches and Writings
1955-1961
6/6-7
Notes
circa 1960-1962
6/8-9
Miscellany
1959-1963
6/10
Clippings
1961-1963
Washington State Board Against Discrimination
The Washington State Board Against Discrimination was created by the Washington State Legislature to help enforce Washington State’s laws against discrimination. The board held hearings and investigated complaints of discrimination at field offices across Washington State. It issued annual reports on its progress to the governor and the state legislature. Haley was a member of the board during the mid-1960s.
Minutes document board meetings as well as meetings of the King County, Everett, Tri-Cities, and Yakima Advisory Councils. The case files document complaints of discrimination brought before the board and the board’s investigations and recommendations on each case. Major correspondents include Alfred Cowles, Kenneth MacDonald, Governor Daniel Evans, Winslow Whitman, Glen Mansfield, and Malcolm Higgins.
1958-1979
Box/Folder
6/11-18
General Correspondence
1959-1964
7/1-11
General Correspondence
1964-1967
8/1-9
General Correspondence
1967-1969
9/1-11
General Correspondence
1969-1977,undated
10/1-2
General Correspondence
undated
Minutes
Box/Folder
10/3-11
WSBAD
1963-1969
11/1-3
WSBAD
1970-1979
11/4
Everett Advisory Council
1964-1971
11/5
King County Advisory Council
1964-1965
11/6-7
Tri-Cities Advisory Council
1964-1968
11/8-9
Yakima Advisory Council
1965-1970
11/10
Miscellaneous
1964-1971
Box/Folder
11/11-15
Case Files
1959-1970
12/1-2
Case Files
1971-1972
12/3-8, 13/1-6
Reports
1959-1971
13/7-11, 14/1-3
Speeches And Writings
1964-1972
14/4-5
Policies
circa 1970
14/6-7
Proposals
1964-1972
14/8
Publications
1965
14/9
Resolutions
circa 1969
Newsletters
Box/Folder
14/10
Washington State Board Against Discrimination
1958-1972
14/11
Operation Equality (Urban League)
1967-1968
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People
Box/Folder
14/12
Tacoma Branch
1961-1968
Box/Folder
14/13
Tacoma Civil Rights Clearinghouse
circa 1965, undated
14/14
Miscellaneous
1963-1969
Box/Folder
14/15, 15/1
Pamphlets
circa 1965-1970
15/2-3
Publications
1968
15/4
Conference and Convention Files
1965-1966
15/5
Grant Files
1967
15/6-7
Ephemera
1965-1970
15/8
News Releases
1964-1972
15/9
Statistics
circa 1970
15/10-12
Legislation
circa 1970
15/13-16
Notes
circa 1965-1970
16/1
Miscellany
circa 1965-1970
16/2-8,17/1-4
Clippings
circa 1964-1970

Education Organizations, 1940-1999Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Citizens' Committee for the Children's Center
1962-1974
Box/Folder
17/5-6
General Correspondence
1963-1974
17/7
Reports
1962-1963
17/8
Speeches and Writings
circa 1963
17/9
News Releases
1963
17/10
Notes
circa 1965
17/11
Miscellaneous
1962-1963
17/12
Clippings
1963
Box/Folder
17/13-17, 18/1-6, 19/1-6
Citizens Education Center Northwest
1979-1992
19/7-10, 20/1-2
Committee for Quality Education
1968-1971
Education Commission of the States, National Assessment of Educational Progress
1961-1984
Box/Folder
20/3-5
General Correspondence
1965-1971
20/6-8
Speeches and Writings
1961-1965
20/9
Conference and Convention Files
1987
20/10
Newsletters
1968-1978
20/11
Miscellany
1965-1966
20/12
Clippings
1965-1984
Evergreen State College Foundation, Board of Governors
1978-1998
Box/Folder
20/13
Organizational Information and Membership Records
1979-1982
20/14, 21/1-6
General Correspondence
1978-1998
21/7-8
Minutes
1978-1985
21/9
Financial Records
1978-1982
21/10-11
Newsletters
1978-1979
21/12
Pamphlets and Publications
circa 1980
21/13
Reports
1979-1983
22/1-2
Grant Files
circa 1982
22/3
Notes
circa 1980
22/4
News Releases
1979
22/5
Miscellany
1981-1985
22/6-7
Clippings
1978-1987
Box/Folder
22/8-12, 23/1-3
John Hay Fellows Program
1962-1975
23/4-7
Linfield College Board Of Trustees
1955-1971
National Committee For Citizens in Education
1970-1989
Box/Folder
23/8
Organizational Information
1971-1976
23/9-10
General Correspondence
1970-1975
24/1-5
General Correspondence
1975-1981
24/6
Minutes
1972-1976
24/7
Speeches and Writings
1974
24/8-9
Newsletters
1975-1989
24/10
Conference and Convention Files
1971-1974
25/1
Pamphlets
circa 1975
25/2
Notes
circa 1975
25/3
Miscellany
circa 1975
25/4
Clippings
1973-1975
National Committee for Support of the Public Schools
1962-1972
Box/Folder
25/5-6
Organizational Information
1964-1971
25/7-14
General Correspondence
1962-1966,undated
26/1-11
General Correspondence
1967-1972
27/1-3
Minutes
1963-1971
27/4-7
Reports
1963-1971
27/8-10
Speeches and Writings
1963-1971
28/1-5
Conference and Convention Files
1963-1971
28/6-8
Membership Records
1965-1969
28/9
News Releases
1964-1969
28/10-12
Newsletters
1964-1972
28/13-14
Publications
1965-1970
29/1
Pamphlets
1963-1969
29/2-4
Notes
circa 1966-1972
29/5-6
Miscellany
1963-1969
29/7-9
Clippings
1964-1970
Box/Folder
29/10-11
Pierce County School Directors' Association
1955-1967
Prometheus College Board of Directors
1967-1979
Box/Folder
29/12
Organizational Information
1974-1979
29/13, 30/1-5
General Correspondence
1974-1979
30/6-11
Minutes
1974-1979
30/12-13
Transcripts of the Legislative Committee on Metropolitan Education
1967-1970
31/1-3
Financial Records
1974-1979
31/4-5
Speeches and Writings
1974-1979
31/6-9
Reports
1974-1978
31/10
Pamphlets
1974-1979
31/11, 32/1
Notes
1974-1979
32/2
Miscellany
1974-1979
32/3
Clippings
1974-1979
Box/Folder
32/4-6
Seattle International High School
1982-1983
32/7-10
St. Leo's Parish, Board of Education
1971-1974
33/1-7
Starr King School for the Ministry, Board of Trustees
1960-1969
33/8
State Committee to Revitalize Education
1987
33/9
Tacoma Community College Humanities Advisory Board
1982-1983
Tacoma Community College Long Range Planning Commission
1969-1977
Box/Folder
33/10
Organizational Information
circa 1977
33/11
General Correspondence
1977
Subject File
Box/Folder
34/1
June 1976 TV Panel
1976
Box/Folder
34/2-4
Reports
1969-1977
34/5
Speeches and Writings
circa 1977
34/6-7
Goals and Objectives
circa 1977
Tacoma School Board
Haley was a member of the Tacoma School Board from 1954-1965. He served as chair from 1956-1957 and 1963-1964.
The papers include organizational information, correspondence, minutes, speeches and writings, subject series, and clippings. Major correspondents include Angelo Giaudrone, Frank Gillihan, J.L. Boze, Michael Sterbick, and Louis Bruno. The papers also document the Tacoma School Board’s involvement in matters of regional and national public debate from the mid-1950s to the mid-1960s. Racially segregated neighborhoods fed children into segregated neighborhood schools in what came to be known as de-facto school segregation. The resulting debate focused on the question of whether bussing should be used to combat school segregation. Under the pressure of the increasing number of people seeking higher education, a Tacoma community college was proposed in the early 1960s. This sparked local debates among school directors and members of the public over the relative merits of community colleges, vocational schools, and universities. These papers also reflect the dialog that took place as Washington State wrestled with the task of deciding which administrative body would govern the emerging community colleges. Frederick Haley’s Tacoma School Board papers also document McCarthyism in Tacoma and Washington State. Jean Schuddakopf, a counselor at a Tacoma public school, was called before a Seattle hearing of the House Un-American Activities Committee in June 1954. When asked whether she was a Communist, Schuddakopf invoked the Fifth Amendment. The Tacoma School Board, including Haley, held a hearing on the matter and voted not to terminate Schuddakopf. The resulting public uproar led the Pierce County school superintendent to suspend Schuddakopf. She was reinstated two years later by Washington State Superintendent of Public Instruction Pearl Wanamaker. Papers in the Wanamaker subject series in box 45 document the debate as it appeared before the school board. They include several letters that were sent to Haley by members of the public who expressed their views on the Schuddakopf case and Haley’s newspaper advertisement defending Schuddakopf and the cause of civil liberties.
1940-1972
Box/Folder
34/8
Organizational Information
1950-1961
34/9-10
General Correspondence
1954-1961
35/1-12
General Correspondence
1962-1970
36/1-2
General Correspondence
1971-1972, undated
36/3-9
Minutes
1958-1966
36/10-11
Legislation
1963-1967, undated
37/1-10
Reports
1959-1964, undated
38/1
Reports
1969-1971, undated
38/2
Directories - Tacoma Public Schools
1961-1964
38/3-4
Publications
1960-1963, 1966
38/5
Financial Records
1954-1964
Speeches and Writings
1959-1968
Box/Folder
38/6-7
Civil Rights and Education
1963
38/8-9
John F Kennedy Memorial High School
1964
38/10-12, 39/1
Miscellany
undated
Box/Folder
39/2
Newsletters
1963-1966
39/3
Pamphlets
1960-1965
39/4-7
Budget Files
1955-1964
Subject Files
Box/Folder
39/8
American Civil Liberties Union/National Education Association
1960-1962
39/9-10
Citizens' Committee
1956-1965
39/11, 40/1
Comparative Education
1960-1963
40/2
Counseling and Testing
1956-1962
40/3
Elections
circa 1960
40/4-5
Handicapped Children/School Dropouts
1962
40/6-8
Health, Physical Education, and Recreation
circa 1960-1965
40/9-12
High Achievement/Gifted Education
1958-1967
41/1-3
High Schools
1958-1964
41/4
Insurance
1955-1964
41/5-6
Legislation
1954-1963
41/7
Libraries
1955-1961
41/8-11, 42/1-3
New Superintendent
1956-1964
42/4-7
Non-Certified Personnel Negotiations
1954-1963
42/8-9
Pools
circa 1957
42/10, 43/1-2
Publicity/Improper Conduct
1956-1969
43/3
School Boundaries
1956-1957
43/4
School Buildings and Construction
circa 1960
43/5
School Equipment
1957-1959
43/6-7
School Development Council
1962-1965
43/8-11, 44/1-3
School Segregation
1961-1963
44/4
Secret Societies
circa 1960
44/5
Sheridan Addition
1956-1958
44/6-8
Tacoma Federation of Teachers
1963-1964
44/9
Tacoma School Board / Tacoma Model Cities Public Hearing
1969
44/10
Taxation
1940-1963
45/1-2
Teacher Education
1961-1967
45/3-5
Teacher Salaries
1954-1965, undated
45/6
Vocational-Technical Education
1960-1963, undated
45/7-8
Wanamaker, Pearl
circa 1956
Box/Folder
45/9-10, 46/1-4
Notes
circa 1963-1966
46/5-7
Miscellany
circa 1960-1972, undated
46/8-11, 47/1-6
Clippings
1954-1967
47/7
Joint Use Committee
1955-1959
U.S. Department of Education, Fund for the Improvement of Post-Secondary Education
1967-1990
Box/Folder
47/8
Organizational Information
circa 1970-1981
48/1-9
General Correspondence
1979-1985
48/10
Minutes
1979-1981
48/11-12, 49/1
Membership Records
1978-1979
49/2-8
Reports
1976-1985
49/9, 50/1-3
Speeches and Writings
1970-1985
50/4-11
Grant Files
1979-1990
50/12
Pamphlets
1968-1980
50/13-14, 51/1
Publications
1967-1980
51/2-3
News Releases
circa 1981
51/4
Conference and Convention Files
1980
51/5-6
Notes
circa 1979-1980
51/7
Miscellany
circa 1980
51/8-9
Clippings
1977-1985
Box/Folder
51/10-11
University of Washington School of International Studies, Development Board
1980-1981
University of Washington, Tacoma, Siting Advisory Committee
A longtime advocate of higher education, Haley joined the University of Washington, Tacoma (UWT), Siting Advisory Committee in the mid-1980s. The committee dealt with site selection for the branch campus, listened to the concerns of the public, and articulated the need for a public university in the Tacoma vicinity. The UWT, located in downtown Tacoma, matriculated its first five students in 1991. Haley gave the first commencement address at the larger 1992 ceremony.
Major correspondents among the papers include the University of Washington and Phyllis Erickson.
1965-1999
Box/Folder
51/12-15
General Correspondence
1965-1990, undated
52/1-4
General Correspondence
1991-1999, undated
52/5
Minutes
1989-1997
52/6
Membership Records
1989-1997
52/7-8, 53/1-6, 54/1-2
Reports
1986-1996
54/3
Proposals and Resolutions
1988-1992
54/4
Speeches and Writings
1992, undated
54/5
Planning Files
1988
54/6
Puget Sound Higher Education Advisory Council
1990-1991
54/7-8
Notes
undated
54/9
Ephemera
1990-1995
54/10
Photographs
1998
54/11
Newsletters
1988-1999
54/12
Pamphlets
1990-1996
54/13
Miscellany
1991-1996
55/1-3
Clippings
1990, 1998
55/4-6
South Puget Sound Higher Education Council
1988-1991
Box/Folder
55/7-9, 56/1-2
University of Washington Visiting Committee for the College of Arts and Sciences
1963-1972
56/3-5
University of Washington Visiting Committee for the School of Social Work
1979-1980
56/6-9
Washington Association for Retarded Children
1961-1972
57/1-4
Washington Education Association, Committee on Race and Education
1966-1968
57/5-9, 58/1-2
Washington State Common Schools Organized Athletics Task Force
1973-1975
Washington (State) Council for Children and Youth
1952-1970
Box/Folder
58/3
Organizational Information
1960-1961
58/4-9
General Correspondence
1959-1970
58/10-13
Minutes
1959-1965
58/14, 59/1
Pamphlets
1959-1963
59/2
Conference and Convention Files
1961
59/3-4
Reports
1954-1961
59/5
Legislation
1952
59/6-7
Speeches and Writings
1959-1961
59/8
Notes
circa 1962
59/9-10
Miscellany
1960-1964
59/11-12
Clippings
1960-1969
Box/Folder
59/13-16
Washington (State) Governor's Task Force on Schools for the 21st Century
1984-1989
Washington (State) Legislature, Joint Committee on Education, Subcommittee on Metropolitan Education
1966-1982
Box/Folder
59/17-18
General Correspondence
1966-1968
60/1-2
General Correspondence
1969-1971,undated
60/3
Agenda
1967-1970
60/4-5
Membership Records
1967-1971
60/6-9, 61/1
Reports
1967-1969
61/2-6
Transcripts
1967-1970
61/7-8
Speeches and Writings
1967-1971
61/9, 62/1
Publications
1967-1972
62/2
Pamphlets
1969-1982
62/3
Notes
1967-1970
62/4
Clippings
1967-1970
Box/Folder
62/5-7
Washington (State) Legislature, Joint Committee on Education, Urban, Rural, Racial and Disadvantaged Education Task Force
1970-1971
62/8-9
Washington State Literacy Council, Board of Directors
1970, 1977-1978
63/1-3
Washington State School Directors' Association
1962-1964
Washington (State) Temporary Committee on Educational Policy, Structure and Management
Frederick Haley chaired this committee, 1982-1985. The Washington State Legislature created the committee in 1982 to study the state’s public school system and to issue recommendations on how it could be improved.
The testimony files record the response of the public to the temporary committee’s recommendations for the improvement of public schools. The report files includes “The Paramount Duty Revisited,” a 1989 report funded by Brown & Haley that examined progress in public education since the demise of the temporary committee in 1985. Major correspondents include Governor John Spellman and William Chance as well as numerous public school directors.
1982-1994
Box/Folder
63/4-12
General Correspondence
1982-83
64/1-10
General Correspondence
1983-1990
65/1
Speeches and Writings
1984
65/2-5
Testimony
1985
65/6
Reports
1989
65/7-10
Washington All Ages Special Education Center
1982-1984
66/1-2
Conference and Convention Files
1984
66/3
Notes
circa 1980
66/4
Miscellany
1982-1984
66/5
Clippings
1982-1994

Trade Organizations, 1963-1998Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
66/6-8
Pacific Commerce Editorial Advisory Board
1964-1966
Pacific Northwest International Trade Council
1972-1975
Box/Folder
66/9-13, 67/1-7
General Correspondence
1973-1976, undated
67/8
Minutes
1972-1974
67/9-10
Reports
1973-1974
68/1
Newsletters
1974-1975
68/2
News Releases
1972-1975
68/3-5
Conference and Convention Files
1973-1975
68/6-8
Contracts
1974-1975
68/9-10
Notes
circa 1975
68/11
Miscellany
1973-1975
68/12-13
Clippings
1974-1975
Regional Export Expansion Council, Seattle Field Office
1963-1984
Box/Folder
68/14-16, 69/1-3
General Correspondence
1965-1975
69/4-5
Regional Export Expansion Council Minutes
1965-1975
69/6-7
Membership Records
1971-1975
69/8
Publications
1965-1975
69/9
Pamphlets
circa 1970
69/10
Legislation
1965-1972
69/11
Newsletters
1965-1972
69/12
News Releases
1967-1974
69/13
Case Studies
1964
69/14
Reports
1963-1969
69/15
Notes
circa 1970
70/1
Miscellany
1965-1973
70/2
Clippings
1963-1984
Box/Folder
70/3
Seattle Chamber of Commerce
1981-1984
Washington State International Trade Fair
Formed in 1950 to renew trade and friendship between Japan and Washington State, the Washington State International Trade Fair (WSITF) organized trade fairs to promote Washington goods on the international market and sent delegations of Washington business leaders to meet with their counterparts in other countries. Haley was the driving force behind Brown & Haley’s successful expansion on the world market.Haley served on the WSITF board of trustees, executive committee, and planning committee during the 1970s. He was elected president of the board of trustees in 1973.
Papers and records were collected while Haley was an active participant in WSITF from the late 1960s to the early 1980s. He continued to receive material from the organization into the 1990s. Correspondence consists mostly of intra-organizational material and communications with various Washington businesses.
1963-1998
Box/Folder
70/4
Organizational Information
1973-1994
70/5-12
General Correspondence
1966-1973
71/1-18
General Correspondence
1973-1990
Minutes
Box/Folder
71/19
Washington Council on International Trade
1973-1983
71/20
Planning Committee
1968-1975,undated
72/1
Executive Committee
1967-1980
72/2-3
Board of Trustees
1966-1980
72/4
Miscellaneous
1969-1978
Box/Folder
72/5-7
Reports
1967-1981
72/8
Photographs
undated
72/9-10
Financial Records
1968-1982
72/11, 73/1-3
Membership Records
1967-1984
73/4-5
Publications
1970-1978
73/6-7
News Releases
1966-1977
73/8-10
Newsletters
1965-1987
73/11-12
Pamphlets
1965-1998
73/13
Announcements
1971-1980
73/14-15
Notes
circa 1972
74/1-2
Miscellany
1973-1987
74/3-4
Clippings
1972-1980

Peace/International Affairs Organizations, 1969-1985Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
74/5-9
Atlantic Council of the United States
1984-1985
74/10, 75/1-2
Focus International
1984-1985
75/3-4
Friendship Force
1977-1979
75/5-6
Northwest Institute for Peace and Conflict Resolution
1983-1984
75/7-10
Platform for Peace
1960-1962
75/11, 76/1-4
Turn Toward Peace
1962-1970
76/5-6
United Nations Advisory Panel on Nuclear Proliferation
1983-1984
76/7
Washington State Coalition for Salt II
1979-1980
76/8-10
Washington United Nations Day
1978-1979
77/1-4
World Without War Council of Greater Seattle
1981-1989

Political Organizations, 1956-1992Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
77/5-8
Coalition for Open Government
1972
77/9-11
People for Fair Taxes in Washington
1982-1991
78/1-7
Pierce County Democratic Central Committee
1963-1992
78/8
Voters' Initiative Committee
1990-1991
Washington Democratic Council
1968-1978
Box/Folder
78/9
Organizational Information
1968-1969
78/10, 79/1-3
General Correspondence
1968-1970
79/4
Minutes
1969
79/5
Financial Records
1968-1970
79/6
Court Papers
1968
79/7-10
Newsletters
1969-1978
79/11
Speeches and Writings
1969
79/12
Notes
circa 1969
79/13
Clippings
1969-1971
Box/Folder
79/14, 80/1-4
Washington Volunteers for Stevenson - Kefauver
1956

Other Organizations, 1950-1994Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
83/4-5
Design for Progress
1969-1970
83/6
Eleanor Roosevelt Memorial Foundation
1963-1964
Institute for Island Research and Assistance
1976-1981
Box/Folder
83/7
Organizational Information
1977-1978
83/8-10
General Correspondence
1978-1979
84/1-2
Newsletters
1978-1981
84/3-5
Speeches and Writings
1976-1979
84/6
Conference and Convention Files
1978-1979
84/7
Notes
1978-1979
84/8
Pamphlets
1978-1979
84/9
Maps
circa 1978
84/10
Miscellany
circa 1977
84/11
Clippings
1978-1979
Box/Folder
84/12-14
Junior Women's Club of Tacoma
1969-1976
KIRO Radio Board of Directors
1958-1976
Box/Folder
85/1-6
General Correspondence
1964-1976
85/7-12
Minutes
1958-1972
85/13
Legal Documents
1958
85/14
Miscellany
1959-1968
85/15, 86/1-2
Reports
1967-1970
86/3-6
Financial Records
1958-1969
86/7
Reprints
1967-1974
86/8
Notes
circa 1968
86/9
Speeches and Writings
circa 1960
86/10
Clippings
circa 1968
Box/Folder
86/11-12, 87/1-4
Marymount Convent, Property and Finance Advisory Board
1973-1991
Monday Club
1973-1994
Box/Folder
87/5
Minutes
1994
Speeches and Writings
1973-1982
Box/Folder
87/6-7
How to Win a War - a Tale From the South Seas
1982
87/8-9
Puget Sound Pilot
1976
87/10-12, 88/1-3
Secondary Education in Washington State
1973
88/4-5
The Sun
1979
88/6-8
The Twentieth - His Century
1988
Box/Folder
88/9
Pacific Science Center Board of Directors
1986-1988
Puget Sound Governmental Conference, Citizen Participation Advisory Committee
1970-1975
Box/Folder
88/10
Organizational Information
1971
89/1-3
General Correspondence
1971-1973
89/4
Minutes
1971
89/5-7
Newsletters
1973-1975
89/8
Miscellaneous
circa 1971
89/9
Reports
1970-1975
89/10
Notes
circa 1971
89/11
Clippings
1971-1972
Box/Folder
89/12
SoS 13 Board of Directors (Save Our Station)
1979
89/13-14
Southwest Washington Public Broadcast Foundation, Project Advisory Committee
1985-1988
Tacoma Area Urban Coalition
1966-1971
Box/Folder
89/15
Organizational Information
1968-1971
89/16, 90/1-2
General Correspondence
1968-1971
90/3
Minutes
1970-1971
90/4
Membership Records
circa 1970
90/5
Reports
1970-1971
90/6
Newsletters
1966-1971
90/7
Speeches and Writings
1966-1970
90/8
Pamphlets
circa 1970
90/9
Notes
circa 1970
90/10-12
Miscellany
circa 1970
90/13
Clippings
1968-1970
Box/Folder
90/14-15, 91/1-3
Tacoma Community Organization
1976-1980
Tacoma Model Cities
1963-1971
Box/Folder
91/4
Organizational Information
1968
91/5-8
General Correspondence
1963-75
91/9-11
Minutes
1969-1971
91/12
Membership Records
1969
92/1
Financial Records
1970-1971
92/2
Reports
1965-1969
92/3
Newsletters
1968-1971
92/4
Ephemera
1969
92/5-6
Grant Files
1968-1970
92/7
Pamphlets
1968-1970
92/8-10
Planning Files
1969-1970
93/1
Speeches and Writings
1969-1970
93/2
Notes
circa 1969
93/3
Ephemera
1969-1970
93/4
Miscellany
1969
93/5-7
Clippings
1968-1969
Box/Folder
93/8-11
Tacoma Philharmonic Board of Trustees
1950-1969
93/12
Urban Dozen
1966-1968
94/1-3
Washington (State) Human Affairs Council
1971-1972
94/4-7
Washington (State) Legislature, Citizens Advisory Committee to the Joint Interim Committee on Facilities and Operations
1966
94/8
Washington State Medical Association, Pku (Phenylketonuria) Subcommittee
1965-1968
Washington (State) Public Disclosure Commission
1971-1974
Box/Folder
94/9-10
Organizational Information
1973
94/11, 95/1-10
General Correspondence
1971-1974
95/11, 96/1-3
Minutes
1973
96/4
Hearings
1973
96/5-6
Legislation
1971-1973
96/7
Court Papers
1973
96/8-9
News Releases
1971-1973
96/10-11
Reports
1972-1973
97/1-3
Miscellany
1973
97/4-6
Clippings
1973
Box/Folder
97/7-9
Washington Office of the Secretary of State, Urban Affairs Council
1967-1971
97/10-13
Young Men's Christian Association, Tacoma-Pierce County, Metropolitan Board of Directors
1968-1969

Collected Papers of Henry (Hank) Adams, 1855, 1963-1976Return to Top

Henry (Hank) Adams, a Native American activist, was the executive director of the Survival of American Indians Association and editor of the newsletter The Renegade. Adams apparently accumulated these papers and supplied them (or copies of them) to Haley. Major correspondents include Hank Adams, the Survival of American Indians Association, Ramona Bennett, and the Puyallup Tribal Council. The papers document disputes over the fishing rights of the Nisqually and Puyallup tribes. Some papers in the reports and clippings series relate to broader issues concerning Native Americans, the U.S. government, and American society.

The Henry (Hank) Adams series was formed from two earlier accessions (1988-001, 1988-002). Haley was the collector rather than the creator of these papers.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
80/5
Organizational Information - Puyallup Tribe
1970
80/6-11
General Correspondence
1968-1976, undated
80/12
Voter's List-Puyallup Tribe
1972
80/13
Financial Records
1972-1975
80/14-16
Legislation [1855]
1963-1973
81/1-2
News Releases
1971-1973
81/3-6
Position Papers and Resolutions
1972-1975, undated
81/7
Newsletters - Minority Concerns Task Force
1973-1975
81/8
Regulations regarding Puyallup Tribal Fishermen
1970
81/9
Publications
1972, undated
81/10-11
Speeches and Writings
1972, undated
81/12-14
Reports
1971-1974
82/1
Notes
1971, undated
82/2-4
Court Briefs
1971-1973
82/5-12, 83/1
Case Files
1963-1972
83/2-3
Clippings
1964-1974

Personal Papers, 1931-2001Return to Top

Frederick Haley arranged his personal correspondence by year and by alphabetical grouping. For example, files might read 1967A-G, 1967 H-M, 1967 N-Z, and so forth. This arrangement is preserved in the collection.

The bulk of the personal correspondence dates from 1955 to 1995 and is composed mostly of letters to and from the Haleys’ friends and family members. Major correspondents include Fred Exshaw and the Exshaw family and Georges Sanford.

Correspondence about specific topics or organizations can be found in subject files and in the correspondence files of most organizational series. Researchers desiring to conduct an exhaustive study of Haley’s correspondence -- regarding an issue, organization, or individual -- are advised to consult personal correspondence files from an appropriate time period in addition to the appropriate series.

Haley wrote many of his speeches for the Monday Club, a Seattle-area group of elite men who met to present original papers for discussion.

Untitled speeches and writings files and conference and convention files were assigned names based on the titles of their contents. Most clipping files are untitled, but titles were preserved where they existed. Original subject series file titles have been preserved, although abbreviations were replaced with full names.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
97/14
Biographical Information
97/15
Family Tree
undated
97/15
General Correspondence
1934-1938
Box
98
General Correspondence A-Z
1938-1963
99
General Correspondence A-Z
1963-1968
100
General Correspondence A-Z
1968-1973
101
General Correspondence A-Z
1973-1983
102
General Correspondence A-Z
1984-1990
103
General Correspondence A-Z
1989-1996
104
General Correspondence A-Z
1994-2001,undated
Speeches and Writings
Box/Folder
104
An August Prayer
1953
104
Candy and the Big Big World
1964
104
Clover Park Speech
1986
104
Community Needs in Education and the Decade Ahead
1971
104
Education Live in an Age of Perpetual Crisis
1964
104
Education Reform
1985
104
Effects of De-Facto Segregation Educationally
1966
104
Governor's Conference on Education: Response of Fred T. Haley to Keynoter
1968
104
Myths, Monsters and Antiquarianism
1965
104
Organizational Needs of Our Public Schools
1968
104
The Persistent Values
1962
104
The Politics of Our Public Schools
1966
104
Post-Intelligencer Guest Editorial
circa 1974
104
A Proposal for a Metropolitan Educational Center and High School
1968
104
The Role of Vocational Education
1971
105/1
A School for the 21st Century
1982
105/2
School Work
1933-1934
105/3
The Shaping Influences
1961
105/4-6
A Speech on Education
1970
105/7
Speech before the Young Men's Business Club
1960
105/8
Statement before the Washington State Legislature Joint Hearing on Community College Legislation
1967
105/9
Testimony/Enclosures for Senate Hearing
1982
105/10
University of Washington Tacoma Commencement
1992
105/11
Washington Education Association Commission Remarks
1967
105/12
Who Holds the Strings on American Education - and Who Should?
1974
105/13
With New Endeavor
1962
105/14
Untitled
1956
105/15
Untitled
1963,1968
Speeches and Writings of Others
1937, 1970
Box/Folder
105/16
The Learning Force
1970
105/17
Miscellaneous
1939,1970,undated
Conference and Convention Files
1966-1992
Box/Folder
105/18-19
Cascade Conference
1987
105/20
Cubberly Conference
1966
105/21
Design for Future Conference
1968
105/22-24
Ducksoup Conference
1971-1973
105/25-27
Ellensburg Symposium
1971
105/28
Fort Steilacoom Community College Advisory Board
1968
105/29
Municipal League Symposium
1992
105/30-31
National Association for Foreign Student Affairs Conference
1983-1984
105/32-33
National Task Force on Higher Education and the Public Interest
1987
105/34
Puget Sound Governmental Conference
1969
106/1
Reforming the Constitutional System
1986
106/2-3
Stanley Foundation Regional Strategy for Peace Conference
1976
106/4-7
UN-ECAFE Trade and Development Conference
1974-1975
106/8-9
University of Washington Institutes on Urban Planning
1969
106/10
Washington (State) Legislature Temporary Special Levy Study Commission
1970
Subject Files
1931-1999
Box/Folder
106/11
A Plus Fund Public Education Fund
1986-1987
106/12
A Territory Resource
1987-1988
106/13
Ad Hoc School Crisis Committee
1976
106/14
American Association for Higher Education
1982-1988
106/15
American Heritage Association
1984-1985
106/16-17
Amnesty Program
1969-1988
106/18
Anthropology - White, Non-White, etc.
1963-1969
106/19
Apogee Institute
1986-1999
106/20
Baltimore Charrette Education Conference
1969
106/21-23
Bethel Schools
1961-1976
106/24
Benoise, Jerome
1985
106/25-26, 107/1-4
Robert F. Bierley Educational Fund
1953-1986
107/5-7
Brown & Haley Lectures
1973-1982
107/8-10
Brown & Haley Lectures #2
Includes sound cassette.
1951-1987, 1990-93
107/11
Brown Farm Gun Club/Nisqually Delta Wildlife Refuge
1958-1970
107/12
Business Executives for National Security
1984-1988
107/13
Center for Economic Development (CED)
1971
107/14
Center for Information on America Bulletins
1967-1968
107/15
Center for National Policy
1980-1985
107/16-18, 108/1
S.K. Chow/Mark Haley
1962-1972
108/2
Christmas Lists
1962-1963
108/3-4
Church and State
1960-1971
108/5-6
Citizens for [Eugene] McCarthy
1968
108/7
City Club
1987-1988
108/8-10
College Club
1966-1970
108/11
Common Cause
1970-1975
108/12-14
Communism, Teaching of
1961-1965
108/15-16, 109/1-2
Council for Advancement and Support of Education
1982-1989
109/3
Council for Basic Education
1965-1981
109/4-14
Dartmouth
1931-34,1954-1997
109/15-16
Driver Privileges/Dock St. Situation
1969-1972
109/17
Drug Policy Foundation
1988-1989
109/18
Durning [Marvin] Campaign
1968, 1976
110/1-2
Ecological
1967-1971
110/3-5
Education
1972-1996
110/6
Education Congress
1988
110/7
Education Ethnic Figures
1970-1971
110/8
Educational Technology
1987
110/9
European Schools Tour
1960
110/10
Evans, Dan
1967-1975
110/11-12
Exshaw, Sabine
1954-1973
110/13
Federal Aid to Education
1960-1993
110/14-16
Federal Election Commission Litigation
1984-1989
110/17
Flaskett, Coralie
1971-1972
110/18
[H.O.] Foss High School
1969
110/19
Friends of the Humanities
1980-1986
110/20
G Street Community
1982-1991
110/21-22
Geneva Sojourn
1960-1966
110/23-24
Gifted Education
1985-1988
110/25
Governor's School
1986-1987
110/26
Growth Policy Association of Pierce County
1978-1981
110/27, 111/1-2
Gulf War
1969-1991
111/3-5
Havighurst/Pettigrew
1966-1971
111/6
High School Ideas
1985-1989
111/7-10
High Schools
1952-1963
111/11
Higher Education
1992-1993
111/12
Holmes, Herman
1965-1970
111/13
Holy Names Academy
1961-1967
111/14
House Joint Resolution 4220
1987
111/15-16
Housing
1959-1969
111/17-18
The Image
1969-1970
111/19
Initiative 32
1968
111/20
Initiative 350 [Anti-Busing]
1978
111/21
Institute of International Education
1967-1971
111/22
Institute of the American West
1988-1990
111/23
Integrated Education Elsewhere
1967
111/24
KPLU Blue Ribbon Committee
1983-1986
111/25
Sol Katz Professorship
1984-1988
111/26
Martin Luther King Scholarship Fund
1983-1984
111/27
Lau, Ken
1966
111/28
League of Women Voters of Washington/Tacoma-Pierce County
1969-1981
112/1-2
League of Women Voters & PTA Educational Study
1973-1977
112/3-4
Legislature 1965
1964-1965
112/5
The Little School
1969-1990
112/6-7
Local Control
1963-1965
112/8
MacArthur Grant
1993
112/9-13
McCarver Junior High
1959-1964
112/14
McGovern Committee
1968-1992
112/15-16
Metcalfe, Harold
1951-1981
112/17
Metropolitan Club
1987
112/18
Michigan Civil Rights Commission
1969
112/19
National Faculty
1986-1990
112/20-22
National Issues Forum
1983-1984
113/1
Northwest Seaport
1987-1990
113/2
Olympic Institute
1982-1987
113/3
Pacific Lutheran University
1964-1970
113/4
Partners in Public Education
1990
113/5
People for the American Way
1984-1988
113/6
Personal Contributions
1997
113/7-8
Pierce County Taxpayers Association
1964-1969
113/9
Pine Associates
1983-1985
113/10-12
Planning: Suburban, Urban
1962-1971
113/13
Ploughshares
1989-1990
113/14-24, 114/1-4
Political Affairs
1953-1994
114/5-6
Press and Government
1961-1969
114/7
Public Broadcast Foundation
1982-1983
114/8
Puget Sound Maritime Historical Society
1979
114/9
Regency, University of Washington - Fred T. Haley
1949-1989
114/10-20, 115/1
Sanford, Georges F.
1951-1995
115/2-4
School Boards
1968-1987
115/5
Seattle Academy Parkway Project
1970-1971
115/6
Seattle School Crisis 1976
1973-1976
115/7
Seattle Schools
1971-1977
115/8
Shelmidine Rare Book Reading Room
1942-1978
115/9-11
Sixth Sense
1987-1989
115/12
Solem, Kari
1971-1975
115/13
South Carolina Education Improvement Act
1988-1989
115/14-17
Speech Materials
1961-1974
115/18-19
Speeches
1956-1970
115/20
Student Help Fund
1971
115/21
Su, M. H.
1963-1964
115/22
Suvarnavasi, Noi
1968
115/23
Swords and Plow Shares
1978-1980
115/24
Tacoma Mushroom Society
1981-1990
116/1
Tacoma Yacht Club
1951
116/2
Tahola School District
1984-1985
116/3
Taipei American School
1967
116/4-6
Trips
1955-1970
116/7
United Nations
1972-1975
116/8
U.S. House Un-American Activities Committee
1962-1964
116/9
University of Oregon Research Center on School Desegregation and Integration
1966-1967
116/10
University of Puget Sound, Honorary Doctorate
1970
116/11
Waldorf Schools
1984-1986
116/12-15
Washington (State) Board of Pilotage Commissioners
1963-1986
116/16
Washington (State) Council for Institutions for Retarded
1968-1970
116/17
Washington Alliance for Arts Education
1986-1990
116/18
Washington Citizens for Abortion Rights
1978-1980
116/19
Washington School Boards Education Foundation
1988
116/20
Washington State Research Council
1980-1985
116/21
Washingtonians for Public Broadcasting
1985-1986
116/22
World Federalist Association
1985-1991
116/23
Charles Wright Academy
1986
116/24
Yanagida, Masaomi
1962-1963
Box/Folder
116/25
Military Documents
circa1954
117/1
Campaign Ephemera
1948
117/2
Ephemera
circa1954
117/3
Photographs
circa1950-1991
117/4
School Records
1931,1948
117/5
Memorabilia
1948,1968,1972,undated
117/6
Publications
1965,1969-1970
117/7
Newsletters
1948-1972
117/8
Notes
1939, circa1975
117/9-17
Clippings
1931-1984

Names and SubjectsReturn to Top

  • Subject Terms :
  • Businessmen--Washington (State)--Tacoma--Archives
  • Children with social disabilities--Education--Washington (State)
  • Civic leaders--Washington (State)--Tacoma--Archives
  • Civil rights--Washington (State)
  • Educational change--United States
  • Education--Washington (State)
  • Executives--Washington (State)--Tacoma--Archives
  • High schools--Washington (State)
  • Indians of North America--Washington (State)
  • International cooperation
  • Nisqually Indians--Legal status, laws, etc
  • Peace
  • Postsecondary education--United States
  • Public schools--United States
  • Public schools--Washington (State)--Tacoma
  • Puyallup Indians--Legal status, laws, etc
  • School integration--Washington (State)--Tacoma
  • Personal Names :
  • Adams, Henry, 1944-
  • Haley, Frederick--Archives
  • Corporate Names :
  • American Civil Liberties Union of Washington
  • Evergreen State College Foundation. Board of Governors
  • Institute for Island Research and Assistance
  • KIRO (Radio station : Seattle, Wash.). Board of Directors
  • National Committee for Citizens in Education
  • National Committee for Support of the Public Schools
  • Pacific Northwest International Trade Council
  • Regional Export Expansion Council. Seattle Field Office
  • Tacoma (Wash.). Model Cities Program
  • Tacoma Area Urban Coalition
  • Tacoma School District #10. Board of Directors
  • United States Commission on Civil Rights. Washington State Advisory Committee
  • University of Washington, Tacoma. Siting Advisory Committee
  • Washington (State). Council for Children and Youth
  • Washington (State). Legislature. Joint Committee on Education. Subcommittee on Metropolitan Education
  • Washington (State). Public Disclosure Commission
  • Washington Citizens Committee for Civil Rights Legislation
  • Washington Democratic Council
  • Washington State Board Against Discrimination
  • Washington State International Trade Fair, Inc
  • Geographical Names :
  • Washington (State)--Commerce
  • Washington (State)--Indians
  • Washington (State)--Politics and government
  • Form or Genre Terms :
  • Clippings (Books, newspapers, etc.)
  • conferences
  • correspondence
  • ephemera
  • financial records
  • membership lists
  • minutes
  • Newsletters
  • notes
  • Pamphlets
  • Photographs
  • Press releases
  • Publications
  • reports
  • Speeches, addresses, etc
  • writings

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  • Personal Papers/Corporate Records (University of Washington)