Nelson Riddle Orchestrations, undated

Contents List

Container Title
U.S. Mss 64AF
Part 1 (U.S. Mss 64AF, Audio 308A, Audio 385A, Audio 389A, Audio 440A, Audio 495A, Audio 749A, Disc 149A, PH 3756, VBA 908-VBA 920, M87-158): Original Collection, 1948-1985
Physical Description: 80.2 cubic feet (38 records center cartons, 81 archives boxes, and 25 flat boxes), 45 tape recordings, 0.1 cubic feet of photographs (4 folders), 4 disc recordings, 23 films, and 13 videorecordings; plus additions of 3 tape recordings and 6 disc recordings 
Scope and Content Note

The records consist of entries in the PRSA's annual Silver Anvil Awards competition, 1954-1985, together with a small group of the organization's own records. SILVER ANVIL COMPETITION files consist of both winning and losing entries. With a few exceptions, winning entries are complete. The losers concentrate in the period 1956-1967 and 1971. These selected holdings do appear fragmentary, but are meant to complement existing collections in labor history, mass communications, and other areas of concern to the Society. The winning entries and the 1971 non-winners are filed alphabetically within each year; selected non-winners, 1956-1967, are arranged as a single unit and filed at the end of the 1967 winners. Films included with entries are listed separately at the end of Part 1.

Each entry varies in depth, in the manner in which it documents its particular public relations program, and in the types of material included. Present may be press releases, photographs, clippings, recordings, and promotional kits. The subjects treated are so varied as to prevent full discussion here. In general, however, the submissions represent public relations activities in business and industry, government, the military, and social welfare organizations. Subjects of the entries range from the parochial and frivolous to a growing reflection of national concerns such as race relations, ecology, the energy crisis, and the Vietnam Conflict.

PRSA RECORDS include several scrapbooks about the organization's activities, 1949-1960, and a selection of material relating to various professional seminars, institutes, and national conferences. With the exception of the planning files for the institutes at the University of Wisconsin, these files consist chiefly of transcripts or recordings of speeches. Also of interest in the miscellaneous records is a taped briefing session delivered to PRSA by the Defense Department in 1962 on the duties of the department and the necessity for a well-informed public.

Series: Silver Anvil Competition
1954 Winners
Box   1
Folder   1
American Foundation for the Blind
Box   93a
Folder   2
B.F. Goodrich, highway safety for teenage drivers
Box   66
Folder   1
Carson Pirie Scott, redevelopment of Chicago Commercial District
Box   59
Folder   1
Columbia University Bicentennial Program
Box   2
Folder   1
National Broadcasting Company, public welfare programs
Note: See also Films.
Box   64
Folder   1
New Holland Machine Company, promotion of milk and meat
Box   56
Folder   1
Pakistan Information Service, “flying carpet” essay contest
1955 Winners
Box   70
Folder   1
Department of the Army, reserve program
Box   3
Folder   1-4
Hagerstown, Maryland, town affiliation project with Wesel, Germany
Box   60
Folder   1
Hagerstown, Maryland, town affiliation project with Wesel, Germany
1956 Winners
Box   4
Folder   1
Miami bond campaign
Box   4
Folder   2
General Mills, recipe service for blind homemakers
Box   4
Folder   3
Illinois Bell Telephone Company, National Democratic Convention
Box   55
Folder   2
Lever Brothers, nutrition program
Box   93a
Folder   1
McCall's Magazine, “Togetherness” program
Box   6
Folder   1
National Plant Food Institute, economic feasibility of soil fertility
Box   5
Folder   1-2
Southern European Task Force, Italy
1957 Winners
Box   93a
Folder   5
Ambler (Pennsylvania) Gazette, freedom project with Coberg, Germany
1958 Winners
Box   93b
Folder   4
Ambler (Pennsylvania) Gazette, freedom project with a community in Brazil
Box   2
Folder   2
Philadelphia promotion of public transportation
Box   7
Folder   1-3
Eastern Railroad's President's Conference, public relations for changes in national transportation
Box   7
Folder   4
Killeen (Texas) Chamber of Commerce information and services for the 2nd Armored Division
Box   56
Folder   2
Lever Brothers, introduction of Stripe toothpaste
Box   68
Folder   1
Live Better Electrically Medallion Home
Box   69
Folder   1
Milk Industry Foundation, establishing foundation as authoritative source regarding milk industry
Box   63
Folder   2
National Broadcasting Company Continental Classroom
Note: See also Films - DC 570.
Box   93b
Folder   3
U.S. Forest Service, Smokey Bear
Box   7
Folder   5
U.S. Information Service, Thailand-U.S. relations
1959 Winners
Box   55
Folder   3-6
American National Exhibition in Moscow
Box   64
Folder   2
Cooperative Union for Advancement of Science and Art, centennial program
Box   65
Folder   1
Leonard Brothers Transfer, truck move of first intercontinental missile
Box   8
Folder   1
New York State Bar Association, image of legal profession
Box   62
Folder   1
Ohio Bell Telephone Company, employees as ambassadors
Box   8
Folder   2
U.S. Air Force, Zaragoza, Spain, Spanish-American relations
Box   9
Folder   1-2
U.S. Navy Task Force 47, first U.S. mass inland naval movement
Box   2
Folder   3-4
Whirlpool Corporation, Russian-American relations
1960 Winners
Box   71
Folder   1
Blue Cross Plan of Illinois, Chicago Blue Cross and Blue Shield Plan
Box   72
Folder   1
Blue Cross Plan of Illinois, Chicago Blue Cross and Blue Shield Plan (continued)
Box   58
Folder   1
Department of the Army, Pershing Centennial
Box   9
Folder   3
Nationwide Insurance, CARE Program
Box   9
Folder   4
University of California, master plan for higher education
1961 Winners
Box   10
Folder   1
Bay Colony Public Relations, Boston British Building
Box   55
Folder   1
Greater Hartford Chamber of Commerce
Box   13
Folder   1
H.P. Hood and Sons, radioactive fallout in milk
Box   10
Folder   2-4
Life Magazine, national purposes
Box   10
Folder   5-8
National Safety Council, promotion of use of seat belts
Box   11
Folder   1-2
Park City Hospital, Bridgeport, Connecticut
Box   11
Folder   3-4
Regional community relations program for Carling Brewing Company
Box   13
Folder   2-4
Southern Regional Education Board, Atlanta, Georgia
1962 Winners
Box   11
Folder   5
Advance Mortgage Corporation, Midwest housing markets
Box   11
Folder   6
Alameda County, Oakland, California, emergency use of United Fund
Box   11
Folder   7
American Angus Association
Box   11
Folder   8-9
Boy Scouts of America, National Council “Go Roundup”
Box   12
Folder   1-2
Buick Motor Division, General Motors Corporation “Factory Whistle”
Box   12
Folder   3-4
Midwestern Newsman Cruise, U.S. Navy Ninth Naval District, press relations
Box   12
Folder   5
Northern Illinois Gas Company, Aid for Our Communities
Box   12
Folder   6-7
Spanish Sherry Institute, industry-wide marketing programs
Box   13
Folder   5-6
United Fund Torch Drive, Philadelphia
Box   14
Folder   1-6
U.S. Navy, return of Naval Reserves
1963 Winners
Box   15
Folder   1-2
American Trucking Association Foundation
Box   16
Folder   1-2
American Veterinary Medical Association Centennial
Box   15
Folder   3
Autonetics, Division of North American Aviation
Box   67
Folder   1
Baylor University Medical Center 60th Anniversary
Box   61
Folder   1
Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Working the Sports Angle to Prevent Football Injuries
Box   63
Folder   1
Butler Manufacturing Company, Griswold-Eshleman “Instant Press Conference”
Box   16
Folder   3-4
Children's Hospital Medical Center, Boston
Box   16
Folder   5
Committee for park at Breezy Point, New York City
Box   16
Folder   6
Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance Company, Hartford National Essay Contest, “Preserving Individual in Age of Automation”
Box   57
Folder   1
Controls Company of America, “Think International”
Box   17
Folder   1
Curtis Publishing Company proxy solicitation
Box   17
Folder   2
Detachment 0600 86th Air Division (Defense) USAF Program to overcome German indifference to radar site
Box   60
Folder   2
Junior Achievement of Union County, New Jersey, Operation Free Enterprise
Box   17
Folder   3
Life Insurance Company of Kentucky, “What's Ahead for Business?”
Box   17
Folder   4-5
Niagara Mohawk Power Corporation, “When the Atom Comes to Town”
Box   18
Folder   1-3
3M Company, Aid to Education
Box   19
Folder   1-5
Time Magazine 40th Anniversary
Box   18
Folder   4
University of Utah, development through public relations
Box   18
Folder   5
USS Thresher SSN-593
1964 Winners
Box   20
Folder   1-3
Auburn University
Box   20
Folder   4-5
California Institute of the Arts
Box   21
Folder   1-4
California Teachers Association, financial support
Box   20
Folder   6-7
Columbia Savings and Loan Association, Denver, Colorado, opening
Box   21
Folder   5
General Electric “Progressland,” New York World's Fair
Box   22
Folder   1-2
General Electric Company, “Dollars for Citizenship”
Box   22
Folder   3
Inauguration of William T. Jerome III, Bowling Green University, Ohio
Box   22
Folder   4
Insurance Information Institute, catastrophe program
Box   22
Folder   5-6
National Dairy Council, teenage nutrition
Box   23
Folder   1-2
New York Stock Exchange Teacher Education
Box   24
Folder   1-2
Niagara Mohawk Power Corporation, public acceptance of nuclear power plant
Box   24
Folder   3-5
Parker Pen Company, pen pal project
Box   25
Folder   1
Perth Amboy General Hospital, New Jersey
Box   25
Folder   2-5
“Toys for Tots,” U.S. Marine Corps Reserve
Box   25
Folder   6
Wool Bureau
1965 Winners
Box   26
Folder   1
Aetna Life and Casualty, training of unskilled workers
Box   26
Folder   2
American Institute of Physics, helping public to understand science
Box   26
Folder   3
Bank of Commonwealth of Detroit, Michigan, Local Ownership Committee
Box   26
Folder   4-7
Bendix Systems Division of Bendix Corporation, directory listing of officers of federal government
Box   27
Folder   1
Bicycle Institute of America
Box   27
Folder   2-3
“Bogota...A Beginning,” North American business winning friends in South America
Box   27
Folder   4-7
Bulova Watch Company, “Project Time Out”
Box   28
Folder   1
Philadelphia “War on Crime” program
Box   28
Folder   2
Insurance Information Institute, settlement of insurance claims after Hurricane Betsy
Box   28
Folder   3
J.C. Penney communication campaign
Box   28
Folder   4-7
Kiwanis International Golden Anniversary
Box   29
Folder   1-5
Look Magazine, “ All America Cities Awards”
Box   30
Folder   1-4
Look Magazine, “ All America Cities Awards”
Box   31
Folder   1-5
Los Angeles Department of Water and Power, opening of headquarters
National Right to Work Committee, “Right to Refrain” from Union Membership
Box   32
Folder   1-3
Book one
Box   32
Folder   4-6
Book two
Box   33
Folder   1-2
Book three
Box   33
Folder   3-6
Book four
Box   34
Folder   1-2
Book five
Box   34
Folder   3
Norfolk Naval Shipyard “And the Walls Come Tumblin' Down,” program to end conflict between community and shipyard workers
Box   34
Folder   4-5
Office of Information, U.S. Navy “Operation Upgrade,” to improve quality of printed material
Box   35
Folder   1-2
“Ohio High School Science Workbook,” Ohio Research and Development Foundation, Ohio Academy of Science
Box   35
Folder   3-4
Oldsmobile Division, General Motors Corporation, introduction of Toronado
Box   36
Folder   1-2
PMC College, Chester, Pennsylvania, “Operation Tender Tiger,” homes for orphans of Vietnam
Box   36
Folder   3-4
32nd Fighter Interceptor Squadron, U.S. Air Force in Europe
Box   36
Folder   5
University of Houston fundraising
Box   36
Folder   6
U.S. Military Academy, West Point, “Educator Visitor Program,” to remove high school misgivings about Academy
Box   37
Folder   1-3
U.S. Navy Deep Submergence Systems Project, SEALAB II
Box   37
Folder   4-5
U.S. Patent Office, 175th Anniversary
Box   38
Folder   1
USS Shangri-la CUA-38, oil dump disaster in Mediterranean
Box   38
Folder   2-4
Whirlpool Corporation, family ownership of small business
1966 Winners
Box   39
Folder   1-2
Ac'cent International, to introduce food product Sa-son to Spanish speaking people in New York
Box   39
Folder   3-4
Chapman College, Orange, California, “World Campus Afloat”
Box   39
Folder   5-6
Charleston Army Depot, North Charleston, South Carolina, open house
Box   40
Folder   1-4
Cleveland Hospital Council, achievements contest for Hospital Employees
Box   40
Folder   5
DeLuxe Topper Corporation, Elizabeth, New Jersey, introduction of “Clock-A-Word,” mechanical word game
Box   41
Folder   1-3
Encyclopaedia Britannica, stimulate interest in elementary school library
Box   41
Folder   4
50th Tactical Fighter Wing, USAF “Project Second to None,” conversion to Phantom F-4D aircraft at Hahn Air Base, West Germany
Box   94
Folder   2
General Foods
Box   42
Folder   1
Headquarters Tuslog (U.S. Logistics Group) USAFE, disaster relief after Varto Earthquake in Turkey
Box   42
Folder   2-5
High Point College and Bennett Advertising “Operation Golden Decade,” fundraising
Box   43
Folder   1-2
Motorola, Franklin Park, Illinois, Barrett Associates, Chicago, student understanding of business
Box   43
Folder   3-5
National Farm City Committee, urban understanding of agriculture
Box   44
Folder   1-2
Pleiku Air Base, Vietnam, relations between Vietnamese people, Montagnard tribesmen, and Americans
Box   44
Folder   3
620th Tactical Control Squadron, 505th Tactical Control Group (TACAF), developing rapport with Da Nang, Vietnam
Box   45
Folder   1-6
Stamp Out Sickness Committee, and Lennen and Newell, San Francisco, make public aware of importance of vaccines
Box   44
Folder   4-6
Standard Oil Company, Ohio, expansion and curtailment of Cleveland refinery
Box   46
Folder   1-3
University of Chicago, measures taken over sit-in disputing male ranking of students for Selective Service
Box   46
Folder   4-5
U.S. Naval Reserve, Public Affairs Company, 9-2, 25th Anniversary of USO
Box   47
Folder   1-2
Walter E. Heller and Company, Financial Relations Board, program to improve understanding of commercial finance industry
Box   47
Folder   3
Warner-Lambert Pharmaceutical Company, use of Early Bird communications satellite
Box   47
Folder   4
Wittenberg University, Springfield, Ohio, choir “Around-the-World” tour
1967 Winners
Box   47
Folder   5
American Veterinary Medical Association, accomplishments of veterinary medicine
Box   48
Folder   1-2
Boy Scouts of America, XII World Jamboree
Box   48
Folder   3-4
British Columbia Department of Social Welfare program aimed at producing more adoptions
Box   49
Folder   1-4
Committee for 9 Yes Votes, Gann-Dawson, Pennsylvania constitutional reform
Box   50
Folder   1
General Motors Corporation, “Previews of Progress,” 30th anniversary of high school educational assembly program
Box   50
Folder   2
Headquarters, U.S. Army Strategic Communications Command, Fort Huachuca, Arizona
Box   50
Folder   3
Hospital Council of Maryland, “Won't You Come Home, Nurse Bailey?”
Illinois State Bar Association and Martin and Punnett, “The Law Serves You” program
Box   50
Folder   4-5
Papers
495A/4
Recording
U.S. Mss 64AF
Box   50
Folder   6
Jewish Theological Seminary of America, Ruder and Finn, Masada Archaeological Exhibition
Box   51
Folder   1-3
Massey-Ferguson, Young World Food and Development Project
Box   51
Folder   4-5
National Communicable Disease Center, Public Health Service, “Measles Eradication 1967”
Box   52
Niagara Mohawk Power Corporation, Rath Organization, “Accelerating Urban Renewal in the Niagara Mohawk Systems Area”
Box   53
Folder   1-3
North American Rockwell Corporation, Apollo 4, post-Apollo fire disaster
Box   53
Folder   4
University of Chicago, U.S. Atomic Energy Commission, 25th Anniversary of nuclear chain reaction
Box   54
Folder   1
University of Chicago, U.S. Atomic Energy Commission, 25th Anniversary of nuclear chain reaction (continued)
Box   54
Folder   2-3
Upjohn Company, Forley Manning Associates, diabetes detection
1956-1967 Selected Non-winners
Box   76
Folder   1
Ackerman Associates, Downtown Development District 1A, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma (1965)
Box   76
Folder   2
AFL-CIO Communications Workers of America, (1966)
Box   76
Folder   3
Aid Association for Lutherans, “A Letter to Nancy” (1963)
Box   76
Folder   4
American Academy of General Practice, Project MORE (1962)
Box   77
Folder   1-2
American Automobile Association, Battle Against “Big Truck” Bill (1969)
Box   77
Folder   3-4
American Pharmaceutical Association, public understanding of pharmacy
Box   77
Folder   5
“Assignment: 1747 Randolph Street,” community call to action (1966)
Box   78
Folder   1
James J. Barrett Inc., Corporate/Campus Dialogue Program (1969)
Box   78
Folder   2
Burson-Marsteller Associates, Negro Employment Rights (1963)
Box   78
Folder   3
Caltey Oil Corporation, International Communication (1962)
Box   78
Folder   4
Cornell Aeronautical Laboratory, Project Vietnam Report (1966)
Box   78
Folder   5-6
Cutler-Hammer Symposium, dedication of headquarters (1965)
Box   78
Folder   7
“Drownproofing” broadcast, written by Jon Boynton, WKYC-TV (1968)
Box   79
Folder   1
Football Coaches Foundation, First Invitational Football Classic (1968)
Box   79
Folder   2
General Electric Company, communications program to key audiences during national labor negotiations (1966)
Box   79
Folder   3
General Electric Company, Equal Opportunity at Work in Industry Today (1964)
Box   79
Folder   4
General Electric Company, Youth Motivation Program (1968)
Box   79
Folder   5
Harlem Town Meeting, WCBS Radio, “What can be done to reduce racial tensions?” (1966)
Box   79
Folder   6
Hudson and Dennis Law Offices, Taxpayers for Higher Education (1969)
Box   80
Folder   1-2
International Petroleum Company, Inter-America Festival of the Arts (1965)
Box   80
Folder   3
International Petroleum Company, Tempus: Peru of Yesterday and Today (1965)
Box   80
Folder   4-6
Johnson and Son Inc., Johnson Wax Pavilion at New York World's Fair (1964)
Box   81
Folder   1
KGO Radio, Open the Door Wider program to placate San Francisco Bay Area residents after Hunter's Point Riots (1967)
Box   81
Folder   2
Kimberly-Clark, feminine hygiene educational program (1964)
Box   81
Folder   3
Laundry Workers International Union, Hardaker and Associates (1955)
Box   81
Folder   4-5
Lockheed Missiles and Space Company, Gemini Agena target vehicle (1966)
Box   81
Folder   6-7
Look Magazine, The Big Book Battle, “Death of a President” (1967)
Box   75
Folder   1
Louisville and Nashville Railroad, “The General” (1962)
Box   82
Folder   1
Mayor's Committee, Baltimore, Maryland, campaign to preserve Babe Ruth's birthplace as national shrine (1968)
Box   82
Folder   2
Milwaukee School of Engineering, 60th Anniversary (1963)
Box   82
Folder   3
NASA Gemini program to inform news media , (1965)
Box   82
Folder   4
NBC, Direct Line program to bring policies to attention of public (1957)
Box   82
Folder   5-6
NBC, 30th Anniversary (1956)
Box   83
Folder   1-3
National Safety Council, Defensive Driving (1965)
Box   83
Folder   4-5
National Urban League, “Equal Opportunity Day” (1958)
Box   84
Folder   1-2
National Urban League, National Skills Bank (1963)
Box   84
Folder   3
North Advertising, Gun Control (1968)
Box   84
Folder   4
Operation Mayday, to secure jobs for hard-core unemployed and youth, National Alliance of Businessmen (1968)
Box   84
Folder   5
Pace College, academic advancement of disadvantaged adults (1967)
Box   85
Folder   6
Folder   1-2
Pfizer Laboratories, community Sabin oral polio vaccination program (1962)
Box   85
Folder   3
President's Special Public Relations Staff, Trade Expansion Act (1962)
Box   85
Folder   4-5
Ruder and Finn, River Oaks Baptist Church, Houston, Texas, Amigos de Honduras Project (1965)
Box   86
Folder   1
San Francisco State College, public understanding of student strike, 1968 November (1968)
Box   86
Folder   2-4
Schlitz Brewing Company, Old Milwaukee Days (1965)
Box   86
Folder   5
Sentry Insurance Company, Sentry Insurance and the Good Samaritan
Box   87
Folder   1-4
Seventh United States Army, German-American Relations (1957)
Box   88
Folder   1-3
Southeastern University, “How is it done in Washington?,” public relations as a profession (1957)
Box   88
Folder   4
Third Armoured Division, Gelnhausen Report, German-American relations (1963)
Box   88
Folder   5
USO 25th Anniversary , (1966)
Box   89
Folder   1
U.S. Army Headquarters, Pacific, Man with a Mission (1966)
Box   89
Folder   2-3
U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, nationwide vaccination program (1962)
Box   89
Folder   4-5
U.S. Fleet, first nuclear powered warship in Japanese waters (1964)
Box   89
Folder   6
University of Wisconsin, Kenosha, campaign to get university campus at Kenosha (1967)
Box   75
Folder   2
WCBS-TV, New York, Sunrise Semester (1958)
Box   90
Folder   1-2
Welfare Federation of Cleveland, 50th Anniversary (1964)
Box   90
Folder   3
Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Cheese Week (1956)
Box   90
Folder   4-5
Wisconsin Development Authority, We Like It Here (1965)
Box   91
Folder   1
Wisconsin Telephone Company, Urban Orientation Program, equal opportunity employment (1968)
Box   91
Folder   2-3
Woodward and Lothrop, Federal Woman's Award for outstanding contribution to efficiency and quality of career service to Federal Government (1964)
Box   75
Folder   3
Yorkville Chamber of Commerce, opposition to radical Neo-Nazi party in area (1963)
1969 Winners
Box   74
Folder   2
3rd Aerospace Rescue and Recovery group, U.S. Air Force
Box   74
Folder   3-4
Ampex Corporation and the University of California
Box   74
Folder   5
Carl Byoir and Associates, Division of Honeywell
Box   74
Folder   6
Cleveland Clinic Hospital and Edward Howard and Company
Box   5
Folder   1
Electronic Data Processing Division, Honeywell and Carl Byoir and Associates, “Prisoner Rehabilitation Through Computer Programming Instruction”
Friskies Pet Division, Carnation Company
Box   5
Folder   2-3
Papers
749A/1
Recording
U.S. Mss 64AF
Box   95
Folder   4
GAF Corporation
Box   95
Folder   5
Eighth German-American Volkfest in Berlin
Box   96
Folder   1
Eighth German-American Volkfest in Berlin (continued)
Box   96
Folder   2
American Lutheran Church
Box   96
Folder   3
Maccor Inc., Launching a Corporate Giant
Box   96
Folder   4-6
Owens Corning Fiberglass Corporation, with Burson-Marsteller
Public Relations Society of America, “The Year of the Women's Marines”
Box   97
Folder   1-4
Book one
Box   97A
Folder   1-5
Book two
Box   98
Folder   1
“Residential Construction Task Force,” American Iron and Steel Institute
Box   98
Folder   2
United Fruit Company
Box   98
Folder   3
New England Telephone, public relations program during a long-term strike
United Fund Torch Drive
Box   98
Folder   4-5
Book one
Box   99
Folder   3
Book two
Box   99
Folder   1-2
University of California at Los Angeles and Ampex Corporation
Box   99
Folder   4
Vermont International Sculptors Symposium
Box   99
Folder   5
Wisconsin Division of Motor Vehicles
1970 Winners
Box   100
Folder   1
American Medical Association, Volunteer Physicians for Vietnam
Box   100
Folder   2-5
American Stock Exchange, image improvement campaign
Box   100
Folder   6-7
BASF Corporation, Partner in South America's Progress
Box   100
Folder   8
Cadillac Plaster and Chemical Company, product promotion
Box   100
Folder   9
Chicago Urban League, Chicago Business Opportunity Fair
Box   100
Folder   10
Children's Television Workshop with Carl Byoir and Associates, Sesame Street
Box   100
Folder   11-14
Consumers Power Company, “Partnership in Education”
Box   100
Folder   15-16
Dayton-Hudson Company, “How Dayton-Hudson Captured Investor Imagination”
Box   100
Folder   17-18
Dubia Petroleum Company (a subsidiary of Continental Oil Company), to attract attention to new oil field
Box   101
Folder   1
Folder   2-4
Gulf Oil of Canada, name change acceptance
Box   101
Folder   5-6
Hampton, Virginia, coliseum opening
Box   101
Folder   7
Insurance Information Institute, building confidence in the wake of Hurricane Camille
Box   101
Folder   8
Medic Alert Foundation, with Carl Byoir, to increase visibility
Box   101
Folder   9-10
Owens-Corning Fiberglass Corporation encouragement of high completion
Box   101
Folder   11-12
Reliance Electric Company, automation education project
Box   101
Folder   13-14
Reynolds Metals Company, aluminum can reclamation and recycling
Box   101
Folder   15
Sheppard and Enoch Pratt Hospital, Towson, Maryland, image improvement
Box   101
Folder   16
Union Carbide Company, Glad trash bag introduction
Box   101
Folder   17
Union Pacific Railroad, centennial celebration
Box   102
Folder   1
U.S. Army Reserve, image improvement
1971 Winners
Box   102
Folder   2-4
Allstate Insurance Company, “Let's Bring Back Bumpers”
Box   102
Folder   5-6
Discover America Travel Organizations, Chesapeake Appreciation Day
Box   102
Folder   7
East Side Voice of Independent Detroit and National Bank of Detroit, community clean up project
Box   102
Folder   8-10
Glass Container Manufacturers Institute, recycling program
Box   102
Folder   11
Insurance Information Institute
Box   102
Folder   12-16
International Committee of Food Science and Technology, third international congress, with Selvage, Lee and Howard
Kiwanis International, “Operation Drug Alert”
Box   102
Folder   17
Papers
Box   103
Folder   1
Papers (continued)
Disc 149A/3
Recording
U.S. Mss 64AF
Box   103
Folder   2
National Association of Manufacturers, patent signing treaty
Box   103
Folder   3-5
New England Television, radio-television workshop
Box   103
Folder   6-7
Owens-Corning Fiberglass Corporation, fiberglass belted tires
Box   103
Folder   8
Pan American World Airways, identifying Boeing 747 as a Pan-Am airplane
Box   103
Folder   9-10
Sperber Associates, American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language
Box   103
Folder   11-12
Springs Mills, tour of Springmaid special
Box   103
Folder   13
Texas Insurance Advisory Association, with Insurance Information Institute, “Texas Catastrophe Loss Plan”
Box   103
Folder   14
U.S. Army (Berlin) German-American Volksfest
Box   103
Folder   15-17
U.S. Army (Fort Carson)
Box   104
Folder   1
U.S. Army Reserve
Box   104
Folder   2-3
U.S. Catholic Conference, Introduction of New American Bible
Box   104
Folder   4
U.S. Navy, pollution control in San Diego
Box   104
Folder   5
University of California, San Diego, “UCSD Bridges the Generation Gap”
Box   104
Folder   6
University of Maryland, Department of Journalism lecture series
Box   104
Folder   7-9
Worcester Polytechnic Institute, participation in the 1970 clean-air car-race
1971 Non-winners
Box   104
Folder   10
Honeywell, “Protecting our Right to Privacy with Carl Byoir
Box   104
Folder   11
National Presbyterian Center, radio and television ministry
Box   104
Folder   12-13
National Right to Work Committee, “Postal Reorganization and Freedom of Choice”
Box   104
Folder   14-15
Public Broadcasting Service, The Advocates
Box   104
Folder   16-18
Standard Oil of Ohio, anniversary program
1971 Non-winners
Box   105
Folder   1
Standard Oil of Ohio
Box   105
Folder   2
Uniroyal, response to Earth Day
1972 Winners
Box   105
Folder   3-5
Allen Electric and Equipment Company, investor relations
Box   105
Folder   6
American Oil Company, “Closing a Big Industry in a Small Town”
Box   105
Folder   7-9
Carnation Company, promotion of Slender diet drink
Box   105
Folder   10
Children's Television Workshop, with Carl Byoir, The Electric Company
Box   105
Folder   11
Full Service Banks of Burlington (Iowa), with Ruder and Finn, Community Action Fair
Box   105
Folder   12-13
Giant Foods, increasing corporate response to consumerism
Box   105
Folder   14-15
Gulf Oil of Canada, “Western Refinery Conversion Program”
Box   105
Folder   16
Milwaukee Blood Center, increasing awareness and support
Box   105
Folder   17
Nebraska Department of Economic Development, community development
Box   105
Folder   18
Owens-Corning Fiberglas Corporation, “Spotlight on Energy Conservation”
Box   106
Folder   1
Owens-Corning Fiberglas Corporation, “Spotlight on Energy Conservation” (continued)
Box   106
Folder   2- 3
Owens-Illinois, with Hill and Knowlton, glass recycling
Box   106
Folder   4-6
Public Broadcasting Service, promotion of fall '71 season
Box   106
Folder   7
Richmond, Virginia, with Morrison and Kline, coliseum preview
Box   106
Folder   8
St. Louis Commission on Crime and Law Enforcement, “Lock It and Pocket the Key”
Box   106
Folder   9-10
Save Public Transportation Committee
Box   106
Folder   11-12
Southern Christian Leadership Conference, with Burson-Marsteller, “Black Expo '71”
Box   106
Folder   13
U.S. Army (Commander-in-Chief, Pacific) “Cold Turkey I and II”
Box   106
Folder   14
U.S. Army (Ryukyu Islands Information Office)
Box   106
Folder   15
University of Texas, Austin, dedication of the LBJ Library
Box   106
Folder   16-19
Wholesale Tobacco Distributors of New York, opposition to cigarette tax increase in New York
1973 Winners
Box   107
Folder   1-2
Allstate Insurance Company
Box   107
Folder   3-4
American Music Conference, increasing amateur interest
Box   107
Folder   5-6
Banana Bunch, with Dudley-Anderson-Yutszy, increasing consumption
Box   107
Folder   7-8
Clark Equipment Company, with Burson-Marsteller, promoting their trailers
Box   107
Folder   9-13
Consumers Power Company, teaching aids for ecology
Box   107
Folder   14
Deaconess Hospital, Milwaukee, awareness of the Sickle Cell Center
Box   107
Folder   15
East New York Savings Banks, support of New York Public Library
Box   107
Folder   16
Ford Motor Company, Customer Service Division, consumer satisfaction
Box   107
Folder   17
Ford Motor Company, Mexico, “School Construction Program”
Box   108
Folder   1
Ford Motor Company, Mexico, “School Construction Program” (continued)
Box   108
Folder   2-3
Forest Industries Council, “FIC's Environmental Communications Program”
Box   108
Folder   4
Forest Industries Council, “1972-1974 Communications Program”
Box   108
Folder   5
Freuhauf Corporation, construction of playground to end plant vandalism
Box   108
Folder   6-7
Kansas City, with Carl Byoir, “Project National Image”
Box   108
Folder   8
Michigan Blue Shield, program to prepare students for GED exam
Box   108
Folder   9-11
Montgomery Ward, rebuilding consumer confidence
Box   108
Folder   12
Owens-Illinois, with Hill and Knowlton, anti-litter activities
Box   108
Folder   13
Philadelphia, making city hall accessible
Box   108
Folder   14-15
PPG Industries, safety glazing
Box   108
Folder   16
Roberts Buick, public image
Box   108
Folder   17
Salt Institute, with Carl Byoir, “Sensible Salting”
Box   108
Folder   18-19
South Dakota State Highway Department, response to Rapid City flood
Box   108
Folder   20
U.S. Army ROTC Directorate
Box   109
Folder   1-2
U.S. Army Reserve, 1972 recruiting program
Box   109
Folder   3-4
U.S. Naval Reserve, cruise of USS Constitution
Box   109
Folder   5-7
University of California, San Diego, School of Medicine, bond issue campaign
Box   109
Folder   8-9
University of Tampa, “Big Time Inauguration for a Small College”
1974 Winners
Box   109
Folder   11-12
American Optometric Association, 75th anniversary
Box   109
Folder   12-13
Amoco Oil Company, fuel conservation
Box   109
Folder   14-15
Arkansas State Task Force, prevention of childhood diseases
Box   109
Folder   16-17
Armco Steel Corporation, improvement of image of polluter
Box   109
Folder   18-19
Chaminade-Julienne High School, merger of two schools due to financial problems in Catholic school district
Box   110
Folder   1
Chaminade-Julienne High School, merger of two schools due to financial problems in Catholic school district (continued)
Box   119
Folder   1-2
Consumers Power Company, a unified communications program
Box   110
Folder   2
Detroit, with O'Field, Dukes, and Associates, inauguration of mayor
Box   110
Folder   3-4
Ecodyne Corporation, with Burson-Marsteller, pollution round-tables
Box   119
Folder   3
Ford Motor Company rural training program in Mexico
Box   110
Folder   5
Joint Information Bureau, welcome of American POWs from Vietnam
Box   110
Folder   6-7
Kansas City, with Carl Byoir, promotion of city image
Box   110
Folder   8-13
Kohler Company, with D.J. Edelman Inc., Kohler centennial
Box   110
Folder   14
Memphis with Harshe-Rotman and Druck, anti-busing campaign
Box   110
Folder   15
Montgomery Ward and Company, consumer education
Box   110
Folder   16
Norfolk, Virginia, with Arthur Polizos Associates, promotion of city tour
Box   110
Folder   17-18
Northwestern National Bank of Minneapolis, with Padilla and Speer, opening of Luxembourg office
Box   110
Folder   19
Potato Granule Association, with J. Lynes, school lunch program
Box   110
Folder   20-22
Science Program Group and Bristol Myers Company, with D. Swanston and Associates, publicity program for PBS's The Killers
Box   111
Folder   1-2
Star-Kist Foods with D.J. Edelman, “The Morris Award”
Box   119
Folder   4-5
Star-Kist Foods with D.J. Edelman, “The Morris Award” (continued)
Box   111
Folder   3-4
State Farm Insurance Company, with Hill and Knowlton, no-fault insurance
Box   111
Folder   5-6
3M Company, support for a freer trade policy
Box   111
Folder   7-8
Trans-Union Corporation, with Burson-Marsteller, role playing for crisis
Box   119
Folder   6-7
Trans-Union Corporation, transportation services seminar
Box   111
Folder   9
TRIP, with Carl Byoir, for improvement of U.S. roads
Box   111
Folder   10-12
Trotwood-Madison Board of Education, school bond election
Box   111
Folder   13
U.S. Air Force, Air Training Command, image improvement
Box   111
Folder   14
U.S. Army Reserve, Office of the Chief, with N.W. Ayer, affirmative action program for women
U.S. Office of Education with D. Apter Associates and Harshe-Rotman and Druck, “Basic Grant Campaign”
Box   111
Folder   15-16
Papers
Disc 149A/1-2
Recordings
U.S. Mss 64AF
1975 Winners
Box   111
Folder   17-18
Allen Group, community relations
Box   111
Folder   19-20
American Academy of Pediatrics, infant care problems
Box   112
Folder   1
Boston, “Busing in Boston: Credibility and Control”
Box   112
Folder   2-5
Carnation Company, corporate image improvement among minorities
Box   112
Folder   6-7
Chautauqua Institution with Trarter and Dilks, centennial celebration
Box   112
Folder   8-9
Credit Union National Associates, promotion of credit unions
Box   112
Folder   10-12
Detroit Diesel Allison, Division of General Motors, “Power Parade Caravan”
Box   112
Folder   13
Eaton Corporation
Box   112
Folder   14
Edison Electric Institute, educational services program
Box   112
Folder   15-16
Homewood Corporation and Ohio State University, with Paul Werth and Associates, introduction of a Solar home
Box   112
Folder   17-18
Insurance Information Institute, effect of inflation and the energy crisis on insurance rates
Box   112
Folder   19
Junior Achievement Inc.
Box   113
Folder   1-4
Kaiser Aluminum and Chemical Company, investor relations program
Box   113
Folder   5-6
Kellogg Company, with Duley-Anderson-Yutzy, “Stick up for Breakfast Day”
Box   113
Folder   5-6
Papers
749A/2-4
Recordings
U.S. Mss 64AF
Box   113
Folder   7-8
Metropolitan Life Insurance Company
Box   113
Folder   9
Michigan Department of Commerce, with McMasters Associates, increased visibility
Box   113
Folder   10
National Bank of Detroit, with Seymour and Lundy, Crime prevention
Box   113
Folder   11-12
Naval Education and Training Center, with Allen Group, transfer of Newport base
Box   113
Folder   13
Nova Scotia Tourism Department, with Development Counselors International, promotions of tourism from the U.S.
Box   113
Folder   14-15
Pennsylvania Bicentennial Commission, with Spiro and Associates Commemorating the First Continental Congress
Box   113
Folder   16-18
Shindana Toys, Division of Operation Bootstrap, with Harshe-Rotman and Druck, promotion of black dolls and games
Box   113
Folder   19
Toy Manufacturers of America, toy safety with Harshe-Rotman and Druck
Box   113
Folder   20-22
Uniroyal Corporation, with Hill and Knowlton, improvement of relations with the press
Box   113
Folder   23-24
Warner Electric Brake and Clutch Company, with Gardner, Jones and Company, halting slump in U.S. auto sales
Box   114
Folder   1
Xerox Corporation, Sesame Street in Latin America
1976 Winners
Box   114
Folder   2-3
American Library Association, National Library Week
Box   114
Folder   4-6
Chevrolet Division of General Motors, introduction of the Chevette
Box   114
Folder   7-10
Detroitbank Corporation, anniversary celebration
Ford Motor Company, federal regulation demonstration vehicles presentation program
Box   114
Folder   11-13
Papers
749A/5-6
Recordings
U.S. Mss 64AF
Box   114
Folder   14
Fort Ticonderoga Association, with Dudley-Anderson-Yutzy, “America's First Victory”
Box   114
Folder   15
General Telephone of Florida, directory assistance charging customer relations programs
Box   114
Folder   16-19
Gulf Oil Company, Oil Spill Prevention and Control: An Employee-Staff Relations Program
Box   114
Folder   20-21
Hennepin County, Minnesota, Alcohol Safety Action Project
Box   114
Folder   22
Kansas City, with Carl Byoir, “Project: Kansas City National Identity
Box   115
Folder   1-2
Kansas City, with Carl Byoir, “Project: Kansas City National Identity (continued)
Box   115
Folder   3-4
Los Angeles, creating visibility for a city-owned shopping mall
Box   115
Folder   5-7
Merrill-Lynch Associates, National Investment Week seminar
Box   115
Folder   8
Microdot, with Hill and Knowlton, to defeat a tender offer for its shares
Box   115
Folder   9-10
Milwaukee Art Center, increasing public participation
Box   115
Folder   11-14
National Geographic Society, PBS National Geographic Society Specials
Box   115
Folder   15-17
New York Telephone, the role of New York Telephone during a disaster
Box   115
Folder   18-20
Pennsylvania Bicentennial Commission, “Bicentennial Host to the Nation”
Box   115
Folder   21
Pennsylvania Bicentennial Commission, survey of public attitudes
Box   115
Folder   22-25
Science Program Group and Bristol Myers, promotion of PBS's The Thin Edge
Box   116
Folder   1-2
Sugar Association and Carl Byoir, nutritional value of sugar
Box   116
Folder   3-4
Travelers, cycle safety
Box   116
Folder   5-8
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, the Voyage of the Sgt. Floyd
Box   116
Folder   9
University of Tennessee, “Campus on the Mall”
Box   116
Folder   9
Papers
Disc 149A/4
Recording
U.S. Mss 64AF
Box   116
Folder   10
Utah Department of Transportation, “About I-215”
Box   116
Folder   11
World Scout Bureau, “Join-in Jamboree”
Box   116
Folder   12
Xerox Corporation, Rochester improvement
Summaries
Box   116
Folder   13
1974-1976
Box   117
Folder   6
1977-1981
Box   117
Folder   7
, 1982-1985 Summaries
1977 Winners
Box   120
Folder   1
Allstate Insurance Company, support of auto air bag
Box   120
Folder   2-4
American Central Corporation, recreation land developers
Box   120
Folder   5
American Foundation for the Blind, Cooking for the Blind Program
Box   120
Folder   6
B.F. Goodrich Company, cancer scare in manufacture of rubber products
Box   120
Folder   7
Chicago Heart Association and Suburban Park/Recreation Association, Swim for Heart fundraising
Box   120
Folder   8-10
The Children's Museum of Indianapolis, expansion and renaming of facilities
Box   120
Folder   11
Edna McConnell Clark Foundation, senior citizen school volunteers
Box   120
Folder   12
514th Military Airlift Wing (Associate), New Lisbon State School, New Jersey community relations project
Box   120
Folder   13-15
Forest Industries Council, efforts to amend Organic Act of 1897
Box   120
Folder   16-17
General Motors Corporation, Intercollegiate Business Understanding Competition
Box   120
Folder   18
H.P. Hood Inc., Hood Samaritan Program
Box   121
Folder   1-2
The Irvine Company, Village of Woodbridge, California, real estate development
Box   121
Folder   3
Kinney Shoe Corporation, The Great American Face Program, amateur photo contest
Box   121
Folder   4
The Loral Corporation, investment market public relations
Box   121
Folder   5
Maryland Department of Transportation, state constitutional amendment to rehabilitate railroad lines
Box   121
Folder   6
Mercy Hospital, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Anti- Hospital Week -Week
Box   121
Folder   7
Milwaukee Public School System, program to build support for court ordered school desegregation
PH 3756.3
Photographs
U.S. Mss 64AF
Box   121
Folder   8-9
National Agricultural Chemical Association, national discussion of pesticides
Box   121
Folder   10-11
New West Magazine, introduction of
Box   121
Folder   12-13
Newport News Shipbuilding, restoration and dedication of Hull No. One, “Dorothy”
Box   121
Folder   14-15
North Texas Commission, documentation of growth in Southwest Metroplex
Box   121
Folder   16
Pennsylvania Bicentennial Commission, Wagon Train Schedule and Encampment Directory
Box   122
Folder   1-2
Pennsylvania Bicentennial Commission, Wagon Train Schedule and Encampment Directory (continued)
Box   142
Folder   1-3
Post Cereals, “Box Tops For Fun 'N Fitness”
Box   122
Folder   3
Puerto Rico Maritime Shipping Authority, promotion of government owned shipping line
Box   122
Folder   4
Sexual Assault Treatment Center, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, promotion of existence
PH 3756.2
Photographs
U.S. Mss 64AF
Box   122
Folder   5-6
The Travelers Insurance Companies, promotion for long-range legislative reforms in Massachusetts
Box   122
Folder   7-8
The United States Armed Forces Bicentennial Caravans, Department of Defense observance of U.S. bicentennial
Box   122
Folder   9
United States Department of the Navy, International Naval Review/Operation Sail 1976
1978 Winners
Box   122
Folder   10
Aerosol Packaging Council of the Chemical Specialities Manufacturers Association, alerting of public about aerosol propellant myths
Box   122
Folder   11
Air Training Command, United States Air Force, female pilot test training program
Box   122
Folder   12
Beech Nut Foods Corporation, introduction of new naturally good baby foods
Box   122
Folder   13-14
Citicorp, introduction of Citicorp Center
Box   122
Folder   15
DEKALB Ag Research, hybrid seed corn and Ag Research promotion
Box   123
Folder   1-2
Emhart Corporation, awareness promotion after merger with USM Corporation
Box   123
Folder   3
The Energy Advocates, communication of “free market” solutions to energy problems
Box   123
Folder   4
Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation, broaden investor base for Mortgage Participation Certificates
Box   123
Folder   5
Fraternal Order of Police, State Lodge of Michigan, safety precaution education program for children
Box   123
Folder   6
General Motors Corporation, Civic Leaders Meeting Program
Box   123
Folder   7
Greater Detroit Chamber of Commerce, Detroit Renaissance and Renaissance Center, revitalization of downtown Detroit
Box   123
Folder   8
Highway Safety Division of Virginia, highway safety awareness in relation to fatality tolls
Box   123
Folder   9
Illinois Bell Telephone Company, Latino customer relations
Box   123
Folder   10
International Telephone and Telegraph Company, International Fellowship Program
Box   123
Folder   11
Life Insurance Association of Massachusetts, improvement of relations between the industry and government, especially in tax awareness
Box   123
Folder   12
Loyola Marymount University, College of Business, community relations and economic difficulties improvements
Box   123
Folder   13
Manufacturers of Emission Controls Association, automotive pollution controls understanding
Box   123
Folder   14
National Paint and Coatings Association, promotion of paint and coatings products
Box   123
Folder   15-16
Nelson Gallery - Atkins Museum, Kansas City, Missouri, promotion of “Sacred Circles: 2,000 Years of North American Indian Art”
Box   124
Folder   1
New York County Lawyers Association, awareness efforts
Box   124
Folder   2
Niagara Falls, City of, program to prove city is financially secure
Box   124
Folder   3-4
Ohio National Guard, promotion of Ohio House Bill 228 for Tuition Assistance
Box   124
Folder   5-6
Santa Clara Valley Water District, voluntary water conservation program
Box   124
Folder   7-8
Sentry Insurance, consumer movement information for the public and business
PH 3756.1
Photographs
U.S. Mss 64AF
Box   124
Folder   9
The Southland Corporation, Muscular Dystrophy Association fundraising as part of community relations
Box   124
Folder   10
Sweetheart Plastics, internal communications
Box   124
Folder   11-13
3M Company, Pollution Prevention Pays
Box   124
Folder   14-15
Tire Retread Information Bureau, consumer awareness promotion
Box   124
Folder   16
Tupperware Home Parties, nutrition education program
Box   125
Folder   1
Tupperware Home Parties (continued)
Box   125
Folder   2
United States Virgin Islands, vacation destination program
Box   125
Folder   3
Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission, “Camel Week” water conservation, waste reduction program
1979 Winners
Box   125
Folder   4-5
American Petroleum Institute, East Coast operations awareness
Box   125
Folder   6-7
Council for Peace and Equality in Education, desegregation awareness plan for the Los Angeles Unified School District
Box   125
Folder   8
Ford Parts and Service Division, customer service image raising
Box   125
Folder   9-10
General Mills, research and programs centered around the American family
Box   125
Folder   11
General Electric Company, Centennial Program
Box   125
Folder   12
Hospital Council of Southern California, A Response to Rising Hospital Costs
Box   125
Folder   13
Independent Insurance Agents of Dallas, arson awareness campaign
Box   125
Folder   14-15
Institute of Scrap Iron and Steel, 50th anniversary with gift to American people, “Isis”
Box   125
Folder   16-17
International Telephone and Telegraph Corporation, grass roots state press briefing program
Box   125
Folder   18
Intergovernmental Desegregation Coordinating Group, implementation of court-ordered desegregation plan in New Castle County, Delaware
Box   125
Folder   19
Johns-Manville Corporation, forest fire information dissemination
Box   126
Folder   1
Johnson Wax, introduction of Agree shampoo
Box   126
Folder   2-3
Kansas City School District, integration of The Lincoln Academy and attempts to break down racial apprehensions
Box   126
Folder   4
Kentucky Talking Book Library, library services awareness campaign
Box   126
Folder   5
Kimberly-Clark Corporation, health management program for employees
PH 3756.4
Photographs
U.S. Mss 64AF
Box   126
Folder   6
Kimberly-Clark Corporation, South African investments information campaign
Box   126
Folder   7
Military Airlift Command, 30th anniversary of the Berlin Airlift, 1948
Box   126
Folder   8-9
Monsanto Agricultural Products Company, Far-Go herbicide wild oats awareness program
Box   126
Folder   10-12
Monument Builders of North America, effort to spur growth in industry
Box   126
Folder   13
The Nature Conservancy, environmental and business faction bridge building
Box   126
Folder   14-15
Northwestern National Bank of Minneapolis, Canadian-American Week, “Between Friends/Entre Amis”
Box   126
Folder   16
Sears, Roebuck, and Company, strengthening of relations between Sears and elected officials
Box   126
Folder   17
Security Pacific National Bank, community service improvement through Project STEP (Skills Training Education Program)
Box   127
Folder   1
Taxpayers United for Tax Limitation, campaign to amend the Michigan constitution
Box   127
Folder   2
Transatlantic Venture Company, transatlantic balloon flight
Box   127
Folder   3-4
USO World Headquarters, Book I, introduction of new USO in conjunction with Bob Hope's 75th birthday
Box   127
Folder   5-6
USO World Headquarters, Book II, introduction of new USO in conjunction with Bob Hope's 75th birthday (continued)
M87-158
USO Public Service Radio campaign disc recording
U.S. Mss 64AF
Box   127
Folder   7
United States Army Hometown News Center, print media with focus on local soldiers
Box   127
Folder   8-9
Wallcovering Information Bureau, promotion of wall-covering products
1980 Winners
Box   127
Folder   10-11
Allstate Insurance Company, Helping Hands Program
Box   127
Folder   12-13
American Academy of Family Physicians, Lifestyles/Personal Health Care in Different Occupations, a Study of Attitudes and Practices
Box   127
Folder   14
American Bankers Association, national spokesperson program to help public understand banks
Box   127
Folder   15
Anaconda Company, Carr Fork copper mine safety program
M87-158
Cassette recording
U.S. Mss 64AF
Box   127
Folder   16
Asphalt Roofing Manufacturers Assocation, “Operation Prestige,” promotion of asphalt shingles
Box   128
Folder   1-2
Atlantic Richfield Company, The Drive for Conservation
Box   128
Folder   3
The British Post Office, commemoration of the first adhesive stamp with a rerunning of the Pony Express
Box   128
Folder   4-5
Burger King Corporation, fire safety program
Box   128
Folder   6-7
Children's TV Workshop, 10th anniversary of Sesame Street
Box   128
Folder   8
Ciba-Geigy Corporation, establish relations with the American Soybean Association
Box   128
Folder   9-10
The Coca-Cola Company, support of XIII Olympic Winter Games
Box   128
Folder   11
Credit Union National Association, Save Our Share Draft campaign
Box   128
Folder   12
Dallas Power and Light Company, reaction and restoration of power after December 30, 1979 ice storm
M87-158
Cassette recording
U.S. Mss 64AF
Box   128
Folder   13-14
General Electric Company, The Introduction of the Electronic Halarc
Box   129
Folder   1
Hide Action Program, grass roots program to seek solution in American leather goods industry
Box   129
Folder   2
Honeywell, sponsorship of “The Joy of Bach” on the PBS network
Box   129
Folder   3
Houston, City of, Parks Department, need for more park space
Box   129
Folder   4
International Paper Company, The Power of the Printed Word
Box   129
Folder   5-6
Lesley College, increase enrollment and public identity
Box   129
Folder   7-8
Merrill Lynch, increase amount of female customers and act as source of financial information for them
Box   129
Folder   9-11
Midland-Ross Corporation, obtain 'fair market' evaluation corporate common stock
Box   129
Folder   12-13
Mississippi Ballet International, international dance competition for young dancers
Box   129
Folder   14-15
Pan American World Airways, support for PanAm/National merger
Box   129
Folder   16-17
Safe Road Committee, Missouri Highway Department, change in state constitution for road maintenance funding
Box   129
Folder   18
Summit County Association for Retarded Citizens, project for community understanding of mentally ill
Box   129
Folder   19
Thetford Corporation, promotion of sanitation product without advertising program
Box   130
Folder   1-2
USAF Air Force Institute of Technology, program to promote understanding and support of AFIT
Box   130
Folder   3
United States Air Force Academy, community relations through sponsorship of Colorado State Special Olympics
Box   130
Folder   4-5
United States Department of Energy, Low Cost/No Cost energy conservation program in New England
Box   130
Folder   6-7
United States Department of Energy-Northeast Solar Energy Center, Operation Sunpower
1981 Winners
Box   130
Folder   8
Atlanta Bar Association, Give Our Police a Hand
Box   130
Folder   9
Bahamas Ministry of Tourism, promotion by demonstrating Bahamian/American friendship
Box   130
Folder   10-11
Berlin/Los Angeles Festival, Los Angeles' 200th birthday celebration with invitation to sister city, Berlin
Box   130
Folder   12
Clay Counties United, North Kansas City, Missouri, Clay County jail bond campaign
Box   130
Folder   13
Conti Commodity Services, effort to establish Conti as leader in futures industry
Box   131
Folder   1
Conti Commodity Services (continued)
Box   131
Folder   2
Metropolitan Detroit Convention and Visitors Bureau, Civic Host Committee for the 1980 Republican National Convention and Detroit Renaissance Inc.
Box   131
Folder   3
Drug Fair Inc., Straight Talk on Drugs education program
Box   131
Folder   4
Federation of American Hospitals, promotion of identity and leadership in health care field
Box   131
Folder   5
Heublein, Harveys Bristol Cream Tribute to the Black Designer '80
M87-158
“A Tribute to Fashion '80” disc recording
U.S. Mss 64AF
Box   131
Folder   6
Herrick Hospital and Health Center, promotion of highly visible image including name change
Box   131
Folder   7
Honeywell and WGBH (continued), promotion of Boston Pops with introduction of new conductor, John Williams
Box   131
Folder   8
Johnson Wax, Living Planet environmental education pilot program
Box   131
Folder   9
Jones and Laughlin Steel Corporation, increase in contributions and participation in Jones and Laughlin Active Citizenship Committee
Box   131
Folder   10
Kaiser Aluminum and Chemical Corporation, rebuttal to allegations of unsafe product
Box   131
Folder   11-12
McDonald's Corporation, Ronald McDonald House
Box   131
Folder   13-14
Monsanto Plastics and Resins Company, Spray Guard Rain Flaps
Box   131
Folder   15
Motorcycle Safety Foundation, We Wear 'Em - A Voluntary Helmet Use campaign
Box   131
Folder   16
National Association of Trade and Technical Schools, publicizing the accreditation process to promote awareness
Box   131
Folder   17
Natural Gas Council of Minnesota, Blooming Prairie, Minnesota, Less Energy Days
Box   131
Folder   18
New York Telephone, introduction of One Plus Dialing to New York City residents
Box   132
Folder   1-2
New York Telephone (continued)
Box   132
Folder   3
Orient Express Restaurant, San Francisco, California, a reunion for transplanted New Yorkers
Box   132
Folder   4-5
St. Louis Community College, tax transfer campaign
Box   132
Folder   6
Southwestern Bell, Susan Ames, internal promotion of company's marketing stance
Box   132
Folder   7-8
Sperry Corporation, introduction of Listening program
M87-158
“Listen” disc recording
U.S. Mss 64AF
Box   132
Folder   9
United States Air Force Manpower and Personnel Center, Voluntary Reserve Officer Recall Program
Box   132
Folder   10-11
United States Bureau of the Census, 1980 census
M87-158
“It's not too late,” disc recording, 1980 April
U.S. Mss 64AF
Box   132
Folder   12-13
United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), Turning Houses into Homes: A Community Relations Program for HUD/Chicago Office
Box   132
Folder   14
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, effort to defeat Proposal D through education
Box   132
Folder   15
Wheat Flour Institute, Breadwinners National Sandwich Idea Contest
1982 Winners
Box   132
Folder   16
Aetna Life and Casualty, Mother Aetna: Consumer Awareness Program
Box   132
Folder   17
American Library Association, Helping Public Libraries Market Their Services
Box   132
Folder   18
American Petroleum Refiners Association, effort to win tax government regulatory changes
Box   132
Folder   19
Anheuser-Busch Inc., Budweiser Olympic Art Program
Box   133
Folder   1
Bank of Hawaii, Honolulu, Hawaii, King Intermediate School Enrichment Program
Box   133
Folder   2
Boy Scouts of America, Foundations for Growth membership program
Box   133
Folder   3
The Center for Auto Safety, Lemon Law Litigation campaign
Box   133
Folder   4-5
Chicago Mayor's Office of Employment and Training, CETA is Open for Business
Box   133
Folder   6-7
Columbus, Ohio, City of; Columbus Public Schools; Franklin County Children Services; and The Columbus Area Chamber of Commerce, combined 1981 Columbus issues campaign
Box   133
Folder   8-9
Columbus Public Schools, 1981 school tax levy campaign
Box   133
Folder   10-11
E.I. DuPont de Nemours and Company, The Solar Challenge: A Sun Flight Odyssey
Box   133
Folder   12
Merrill Lynch and Company, Proposed Anti-Money Market Fund Legislation in Utah
Box   133
Folder   13
Motorcycle Safety Foundation, “Athletes Use 'Em” - Maryland voluntary helmet use campaign
Box   133
Folder   14
New York City Partnership, Summer Jobs for Youth/81 campaign
Box   133
Folder   15
Northeast Utilities, Hartford, Connecticut, NU 80s/90s - A Conservation Program
Box   133
Folder   16
Solar Energy Research Institute and U.S. Department of Energy, Passive Solar Energy Program
Box   133
Folder   17
Summit County Community Mental Health Board, improvement of community relations program
Box   134
Folder   1
Summit County Community Mental Health Board (continued)
Box   134
Folder   2
Greater Tampa Chamber of Commerce, Tampa Super Bowl XVIII
Box   134
Folder   3
Toys “R” Us, investor relations program
Box   134
Folder   4-5
The Travelers Insurance Companies, The Travelers Program for Older Americans
Box   134
Folder   6-7
Xavier University, Sesquicentennial Celebration
1983 Winners
Box   134
Folder   8-9
American Medical Systems, inflatable penile prosthesis marketing program
Box   134
Folder   10
American Soybean Association, anti-embargo contract sanctity
Box   134
Folder   11
Amfac, sugar information and education program
Box   134
Folder   12
Baptist Medical Centers, The Women's Hospital: The Other Side
Box   134
Folder   13
Boys Clubs of America, Diamond Jubilee
Box   134
Folder   14-15
Bureau National Interprofessional du Cognac, increase of sales in the United States
Box   134
Folder   16
Camden, City of, New Jersey, The Last Real Estate Bargain on Earth, city revitalization program
Box   135
Folder   1
Clark Equipment Company, Effectively Communicating the Bad News of Streamlining
Box   135
Folder   2
Cracker Jack Company and Borden, Consumer Products Division, First Annual Cracker Jack Old Timers Baseball Classic
Box   135
Folder   3-4
Eastman Kodak Company, The Launch of Disc Photography
Box   135
Folder   5
General Electric Major Appliances Business Group, GE Dual Wave microwave oven introduction
Box   135
Folder   6-7
Governor's Office of Citizen Affairs/State of North Carolina, Volunteer North Carolina
Box   135
Folder   8-9
Harley-Davidson Motor Company, petition to the U.S. International Trade Commission
Box   135
Folder   10-11
Hyde Park Partnership, St. Louis, Missouri, Hyde Park community relations program
Box   135
Folder   12-13
Hygrade Food Products Corporation, response to metal objects in food products
Box   135
Folder   14
Idaho Falls Consolidated Hospitals, The Quality People Program
Box   135
Folder   15
Illinois Bell, The Juarez High School Connection, An Educational Model
Box   135
Folder   16
Insurance Information Institute and American Insurance Association, International Symposium on Alcohol and Driving
Box   136
Folder   1
Insurance Information Institute and American Insurance Association (continued)
Box   136
Folder   2-3
Keep Jacksonville Beautiful, A Program to Keep Jacksonville Beautiful
Box   136
Folder   4
Manville Corporation, Chapter 11 Bankruptcy, focus on internal communications
Box   136
Folder   5
Motorcycle Safety Foundation, Riders Want Rider Training
Box   136
Folder   6-7
Mountain Bell, customer analysis wins local measured service OK
Box   136
Folder   8-9
Philadelphia, City of, Century IV Celebration
Box   136
Folder   10
Republic of Togo, Togo's North American promotion program
Box   136
Folder   11
United States Army Corps of Engineers, Memphis District engineering support for youth
Box   136
Folder   12
United States Army Reserve, National Scholar/Athlete Award program
Box   136
Folder   13
United States Army Second ROTC Region, The College Aid Checkbook
Box   136
Folder   14
Unity Medical Center, promotional communications for obstetrics
1984 Winners
Box   136
Folder   15-16
Alaska Division of Tourism, promoting tourism to Alaska
Box   136
Folder   17-18
Allstate Insurance Company, corporate reorganization and internal communications
Box   136
Folder   19
American Bankers Association, 10% Withholding On Savings: Help Repeal A Bad Law
Box   137
Folder   1
American Pyrotechnics Association, Celebrate, But Safely Fireworks campaign
Box   137
Folder   2
Bell South Corporation, Giving Birth to Bell South
Box   137
Folder   3-4
Campbell Soup Company, National Soup Month and 80th anniversary of the Campbell Soup Kids
Box   137
Folder   5
Coleco Industries, introduction of the Cabbage Patch Kids
Box   137
Folder   6
Consolidated Edison Company of New York, Garment Center blackout during Con Edison strike
Box   137
Folder   7
Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies, Countdown to Accreditation
Box   137
Folder   8
Continental Airlines, maintaining consumer confidence during strike by machinists
Box   137
Folder   9
Fair Oaks Hospital, Summit, New Jersey, 800-COCAINE
M87-158
Public Service Announcements 800-COCAINE disc recording
U.S. Mss 64AF
Box   137
Folder   10-11
Greater Cleveland Growth Association and Others, The New Cleveland campaign
Box   137
Folder   12
International Association of Ice Cream Manufacturers, Ice Cream for America: An Industry Celebrates Its Product
Box   137
Folder   13
The Lexington Cemetery, Lexington, Kentucky, The Lexington Cemetery: A Special Place for the Living
Box   137
Folder   14
National Confectioners Association/Chocolate Manufacturers Association/National Candy Wholesalers Association, Halloween and prevention of successive candy tampering incidents
Box   137
Folder   15
Naval Reserve Office of Information Detachment 310, Houston, Texas, First Visit of USS Houston SNN-713 to Houston, Texas
Box   137
Folder   16
New York University Medical Center, image development project
Box   138
Folder   1-2
Nissan Motor Manufacturing Corporation, USA, launch of first U.S. manufacturing venture
Box   138
Folder   3-4
Pacific Resources Inc., “The Navigators” Hawaii publicity program
Box   138
Folder   5
Paperboard Packaging Council, nutritional and flavor advantages of milk in paper packaging
Box   138
Folder   6
Pringle Dixon Pringle and State of Georgia, The Driving-Under-The-Influence (DUI) campaign
Box   138
Folder   7
Private Industry Council, Baltimore, Maryland, Starters: A Communications Program for CETA
Box   138
Folder   8
The Road Information Program, Saving Washington's Highways
Box   138
Folder   9
Swift/Hunt-Wesson, Butterball Turkey talk-line
Box   138
Folder   10-11
U.S.-Japan Communications, A Path to Understanding
Box   138
Folder   12
United States Army College Fund and National Soccer Coaches Association of America, soccer for army recruiting
Box   138
Folder   13
United States Marine Corps, Public Affairs Clinic, Coping With Complacency
Box   138
Folder   14
United States Naval Academy, Public Affairs Office, Army-Navy football game in Pasadena, California
Box   138
Folder   15-16
The Upjohn Company, The Depo-Provera Public Board of Inquiry communications program
1985 Winners
Box   138
Folder   17
American Paralysis Association, Standing Charity on Its Feet
Box   138
Folder   18
Baptist Medical Center Princeton, Birmingham, Alabama, The Princeton Network Communications Program
Box   139
Folder   1
Bechtel Power Corporation, The Big Dig
VBA 920
Videorecording
U.S. Mss 64AF
Box   139
Folder   2
Binney and Smith, Crayola Dream Makers
Box   139
Folder   3-4
DeBeers Consolidated Mines, Diamonds, International Awards
VBA 917
Videorecording
U.S. Mss 64AF
Box   139
Folder   5-6
Eastman Kodak Company, Communication Builds Employee Productivity
Box   139
Folder   7-8
Georgia Department of Human Resources and Medical Association of Georgia, “It's OK to Tell,” reporting of child abuse
VBA 913
Videorecording
U.S. Mss 64AF
Box   139
Folder   9-10
The Heritage Foundation, Mandate for Leadership II: From Public Relations to Policy
Box   139
Folder   11-12
Public Relations Support ... Humana, The First Artificial Heart Implant at Humana Heart Institute International
VBA 908
Videorecording
VBA 909
J.C. Penney, Dallas, “Introducing the NEW J.C. Penney, Dallas” and Art Sunday at J.C. Penney, videorecording
U.S. Mss 64AF
Box   139
Folder   13-14
Kaiser Permanente, Ohio Region, Professor Bodywise and His Traveling Menagerie
Box   139
Folder   15
Lorimar, Lorimar 1984 Investor Relations Program
Box   139
Folder   16
Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (DWP), DWP Seat Belt campaign
VBA 919
“I Love Me, I Buckle Up,” videorecording
U.S. Mss 64AF
Box   140
Folder   1
McNeil Pharmaceutical and The Pharmacists Against Drug Abuse Foundation, “Pharmacists Against Drug Abuse,” PADA press conference review school play--public service announcement
VBA 912
Videorecording
U.S. Mss 64AF
Box   140
Folder   2-4
Metropolitan Transit Authority, Houston, Texas, “Changing The Way Houston Goes to Work,” marketing program
VBA 916
Videorecording
U.S. Mss 64AF
Box   140
Folder   5
National Live Stock and Meat Board Processed Meat Committee, Shaping a Positive Consumer Climate
Box   140
Folder   6
Ohio Education Association, I've Been Back to School
Box   140
Folder   7-8
Ordway Music Theatre, The Opening of the Ordway Music Theatre
VBA 911
Videorecording
U.S. Mss 64AF
Box   140
Folder   9
Photo Marketing Association International, “National Photo Week”
“Snap to it America: National Photo Week”
M87-158
Disc recording
VBA 910
Videorecording
U.S. Mss 64AF
Box   140
Folder   10-11
The Quaker Oats Company, The Fiber Factor Program
Box   140
Folder   12
Ralston Purina Company, Purina Dog Chow Search for the Great American Dog
Box   140
Folder   13-14
Roosevelt Warm Springs Institute for Rehabilitation, national post polio alert
VBA 914
“Post Polio Symposium,” videorecording
U.S. Mss 64AF
Box   140
Folder   15-16
3M, Cochlear Implant Launch Program
Box   140
Folder   17-18
The Trailways Corporation, Operation: Home Free
M87-158
Cassette recording
U.S. Mss 64AF
Box   141
Folder   1-2
U.S. Army Military District of Washington, Interment of the Unknown Serviceman - Vietnam
Box   141
Folder   3
Union of American Hebrew Congregations, The Lives We Touch
Box   141
Folder   4-5
Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund, Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund: Removing the Stain
VBA 918
Videorecording
U.S. Mss 64AF
Box   141
Folder   6
Virginia Division of Tourism, Virginia's Tips for the Physically Disabled Traveler
VBA 915
Videorecording
Series: PRSA Records
U.S. Mss 64AF
Scrapbooks
Box   92
Robert A. Bliss, 1949-1952
Box   118
1953-1955
Box   73
Folder   1
1955-1956
Box   73
Folder   2
1958-1959
Box   74
Folder   1
1959
Box   74
Folder   2
1959-1960
Institutes, Conferences, and Seminars
308A/1-4
Luncheon meeting, Boston University, 1957
U.S. Mss 64AF
Institute, University of Wisconsin, 1959 July 12-18
Box   116
Folder   14
Agenda
Box   116
Folder   15
Readings
Box   116
Folder   16
Speakers' information
Box   116
Folder   17
Speeches
Institute, University of Wisconsin, 1960 July 17-23
Box   116
Folder   18
Agenda
Box   116
Folder   19
Questionnaires
Box   116
Folder   20
Readings
Box   116
Folder   21
Speakers' information
Box   116
Folder   22
Speeches
389A/1
Recorded speeches
308A/5
National Conference, Houston, Texas, 1961 November
Note: Includes speech by Edward R. Murrow.
308A/6
“Dynamics of Public Relations,” at Northwestern University, 1962 July 27-August 3
308A/7
Institute, Cornell University, 1962 July 29-August 4
Note: Includes speech by Karl A. Menninger.
308A/8-12
National Conference, Boston University, 1962 November
U.S. Mss 64AF
Box   116
Folder   23
“Looking Ahead,” by Earl Newsom, 1962 November 14
Box   116
Folder   24
Institute, Harvard University, speeches, 1963 July-August 2
385A/1
Panel, Montreal, Canada, post-election press briefing, 1964 November 9
440A/1-3
Seminar, speeches, 1967 March 31-April 1
U.S. Mss 64AF
Box   116
Folder   25
National Conference, speeches, 1970 November 15-18
Box   116
Folder   26
Seminar, 1971 May 5
Institute, University of Wisconsin, 1971 July 11-17
Box   116
Folder   27
Agenda
Box   116
Folder   28
Brochures
Box   116
Folder   29
Conferees
Box   116
Folder   30
Correspondence, 1970-1971
Box   116
Folder   31
Diploma
Box   116
Folder   32
Planning Committee
Box   116
Folder   33
Publicity
Box   116
Folder   34
Questionnaires
Box   117
Folder   1
Readings
Box   117
Folder   2
Speakers' information
Speeches
Box   117
Folder   3
Conferees
Box   117
Folder   4
Noel Griese remarks
749A/7-23
Recorded speeches and remarks
749A/24
Institute, 1972 July 13
Note: Speech by Kalman B. Druck.
Miscellaneous
495A/1-3
Defense Department presentation to PRSA, 1962
U.S. Mss 64AF
Box   117
Folder   5
Professional Accreditation Program, undated
Box   117
Folder   6
Channels newsletter, 1981 January-1982 June
Series: Films
FE 255
1104 Sutton Road, Wilding Productions, Champion Paper and Fibre Company (Sponsor), Director: Jack Tilles, 1958
CA 504
African Rhythms, a Vogue Wright Production, 1957
Note: See film's catalog entry for additional information.
DC 571
As Others See Us, United Press International, 1954? Public Relations Society of America (Sponsor)
Note: See film's catalog entry for additional information.
DC 569
Background: Italy on the Brink, NBC News, 1954
Note: See film's catalog entry for additional information.
DC 963
A Bold Journey Goes to School, ABC-TV, 1958 January 29
Note: See film's catalog entry for additional information.
DC 572
A Changing Liberia, a Vogue Wright Production, presented by Firestone Plantations Company (Sponsor), 1956
Note: See film's catalog entry for additional information.
DC 962
Color Sells Everything, Biograf Pictures, American Newspaper Publishers Association (Sponsor), 1958?
Note: See film's catalog entry for additional information.
DC 570
Continental Classroom: Lesson #45-Elasticity, NBC, presented by National Broadcasting Company and The American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education, 1954
DC 575
Crowded Out, an Agrafilms Production, presented by The National Education Association and Affiliated State Education Associations (Sponsors), 1958
Note: See film's catalog entry for additional information.
DC 967
Explorers of Tomorrow, California Academy of Sciences, Director: Robert Glassburn, 195-
DC 965
Freedom of the American Road, an MPO Production, Ford Motor Company (Sponsor), 1956
Note: CA 733 is a second copy.
DC 573
Medicine in the Tropics, a Vogue Wright Production, 1957
Note: See film's catalog entry for additional information.
AB 729
A New Look at the H-Bomb, a federal Civil Defense Administration Presentation, 195-?
Note: See film's catalog entry for additional information.
CA 510
Operation Cue, a Presentation of the Federal Civil Defense Administration, 1958
Note: See film's catalog entry for additional information.
DC 966
Rockford: An American City, Atlas Film Corporation?, Rockford Chamber of Commerce (Sponsor), [195-]
CA 735
A Report on Civic Progress, Miami, Florida, [1956?]
Note: See film's catalog entry for additional information.
DC 964
Science in Action: Animals on the Move, California Academy of Sciences, 195-
Note: See film's catalog entry for additional information.
DC 566-DC 567
Three, Two, One, Zero, National Broadcasting Company, 1954
Note: See film's catalog entry for additional information.
AB 730
Time of Disaster, National Productions, 195-?
Note: See film's catalog entry for additional information.
CA 509
Warning Red, Norwood Studios, presented in cooperation with The Federal Civil Defense Administration (Sponsor), 1956
Note: See film's catalog entry for additional information.
CA 734
Your Fair Share, Princeton Film Center, [1956?]
Note: See film's catalog entry for additional information.
U.S. Mss 64AF
Part 2 (U.S. Mss 64AF, Audio 1525A, Audio 1554A, Audio 1576A, VBC 134-VBC 188, VHA 989-VHA 999, VHB 001-VHB 272, VHB 501-VHB 515): Additions, 1938-2014
Physical Description: 236.4 cubic feet (234 records center cartons and 7 archives boxes), 101 compact discs (audio), 11 tape recordings, 22 audio recordings, and 353 videorecordings 
Scope and Content Note

The collection is divided into ten series: ADMINISTRATION, COUNSELORS ACADEMY, HISTORICAL FILES, PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT, PUBLICATIONS, SECTIONS, SILVER ANVIL ADMINISTRATIVE RECORDS, TASK FORCES AND COMMITTEES, and SILVER ANVIL AWARDS. Because there is some overlap between the series, researchers will sometimes need to look in more than one series or subseries for related material.

The ADMINISTRATION series, 1965-2003, is organized into ten subseries including: Board of Directors, Chapters, Chief Operating Officer, Financial Statements, Membership, Miscellaneous, North American Public Relations Council, Press Releases, Salary Surveys, and Visibility Reports and Clippings Files.

The Board of Directors subseries, 1987-1996, includes agendas, notes, correspondence, reports, supplementary documents, and minutes of meetings of the Board of Directors. The subseries also contain a limited collection of biographies of members of the board.

The Chapters subseries, 1965-1999, (bulk 1991-1999) contains handbooks for chapter leaders, development and promotional materials and membership administration papers and is arranged alphabetically by subject. The Chapters themselves are organized into 10 districts and include over 100 chapters.

The Chief Operating Officer Files subseries, 1993-2000, consists of the files of Ray Gaulke, Chief Operating Officer of the Public Relations Society of America (1993-2000). These files are arranged alphabetically by subject.

The Financial Statements subseries, 1981-1985, includes income and expense reports, memos, allocated budgets, and correspondence about PRSA finances.

Membership subseries, 1970-2002, contains primarily administration and development materials relating to membership maintenance and recruitment.

Miscellaneous subseries, 1982-2003, consists of files on the Big Apple awards, chapter leadership portfolio, graphic standards, Professional Resource Guides, PRSA annual leadership rally, PRSA logo, PRSA national leadership rally, and the task force on professional services taxes-report.

The North American Public Relations Council (NAPRC) subseries, 1981-2002 (bulk 1985-1993), contains files related to the NAPRC, an umbrella organization serving the public relations profession, of which PRSA is a member. These files include correspondence, meeting minutes, and background material as well as correspondence (1984-1988) with eleven member organizations relating to the development of a code of ethics and statement on Public Relations. This subseries is arranged chronologically with the exception of the correspondence, which is arranged alphabetically by organization names.

The Publications Records subseries, 1981-1997, contains Public Relations Journal (1985-1990), The Strategist (1994-1997) and press releases (1981-1990).

The Salary Surveys subseries, 1992-2001, includes raw data and published reports of a number of salary surveys of public relations professionals. The bulk of the subseries consists of the records of the International Association of Business Communicators/Public Relations Society of America (IABC/PRSA) Survey of Communications and PR Professionals, which was conducted in 2000.

The Visibility Reports and Clippings Files subseries, 1989-1996, consists of articles arranged chronologically that specifically mention PRSA and clippings on general public relations topics. Some of these clippings are combined into “visibility reports,” quarterly collections of articles on Public Relations and PRSA, which were sent to PRSA leadership.

The COUNSELORS ACADEMY series, 1961-2002, contains files of a professional interest section of the PRSA. It is composed of Public Relations experts with ten or more years of experience that provide resources and guidance to principal and senior counselors of public relations firms. The files consist of general correspondence, various committee papers, papers relating to specific events, financial records, and membership administration. The series also contains an extensive collection of monographs (1970-2002) that provide advice and insight into the public relations profession.

The HISTORICAL FILES series, 1949-1967 (bulk 1955-1963), are arranged in five subseries: Donald Lynch, Shirley Smith, Thomas J. Seedorf, Rea Smith, and Robert Bliss, based on creator ownership. With the exception of Seedorf and Smith, all files belong to individuals who appear to be executive leaders of the PRSA.

The PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT series contains seven subseries providing information on various programs of the PRSA: Accreditation, College of Fellows, National and International Conference, PRSA Foundation, Information Center, Professional Resource Center, and the Public Relations Student Society of America.

The Accreditation subseries, 1979-2006 (bulk 1985-2000), is arranged according to original order. PRSA has provided its members with a professional certification program since 1964. PRSA administered accreditation until 1998, when administration shifted to the Universal Accreditation Board, which includes members from a variety of public relations organizations. The files consist of by-laws, policies, surveys, examination materials, articles, pamphlets, correspondence, the future of the Public Relations Committee, Continuing Education Board, graduate programs, and the Universal Accreditation Board.

The College of Fellows subseries, 1990-2004 (bulk 1995 to 2000), was founded in 1989. Approximately 10-25 PRSA fellows each year are selected based on career achievements, ethical conduct, and service to the profession: they serve as mentors to the society at large. The files include class lists and nominations, correspondence, Induction Dinner programs and general information, membership directories, committees, and promotional materials.

The National and International Conference subseries, 1955 to 2000. Each year PRSA hosts a major conference. They were known as National Conferences until 1998; since then they have been called International Conferences. The files are arranged annually by the city holding the conference and contain final reports, programs, section/session drafts, promotional materials, conference books, registration, refunds, correspondence, and National Conference statistics and tickets.

The PRSA Foundation , 1991-2003, began in 1990 with the initial goal of producing the National Credibility Index to determine which sources of information are most credible to the public; they have since re-focused their goals on education and research in the field of public relations. This subseries primarily consists of materials related to the establishment of the National Credibility Index, including background information on the Foundation and a professional career guide.

Information Center subseries, 1979-1997, contains the bibliography for Public Relations professionals, the management education package, the MGI Professional Reference Programs, Professional Development Guide, professional development seminars and focus groups, a portfolio series including research and evaluation, PRSA forum series, “What is PR?” packet, the Information Center booklet and the top Public Relations Officers listed in a Fortune 500 magazine.

The Professional Resource Center subseries, 1938-1993, includes clippings, speeches, and other resources the PRSA membership can utilize. The files include speeches arranged alphabetically by speaker's last name; subject files arranged alphabetically; Public Relations firms and notable individuals in public relations and PRSA leaders. Additional files include organizational articles, correspondence and research materials for the “Body of Knowledge” project. The “Body of Knowledge” project was an annotated bibliography of technical and scientific literature designed to provide resources to assist the building and evolution of Public Relations theory. It was first published in 1988 with later editions in 1989, 1990 and 1993.

The Public Relations Student Society of America subseries, 1980-1987. The Public Relations Student Society of America was formed in 1968 to “cultivate a favorable and mutually advantageous relationship between students and professional public relations practitioners.” As of September 2007, there were over 9,600 members of Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) in 284 universities. The files contain a brief history, ethics articles, programs, reports, manuals, National Committee materials, National Conferences arranged annually by cities, and the PRSA/PRSSA trademark.

The PUBLICATIONS series, 1956-2003 (bulk 1980s and 1990s), contains individual publications of PRSA including monographs, reports, brochures, papers, survey results and other writings. The majority of the series is arranged alphabetically by title of manuscript although some materials correspond to, and are arranged by, specific sections within the PRSA. Serial publications include Public Relations Strategist (1995-2004), and Public Relations Tactics: The Green Book (1996-2002). Other serial publications of the PRSA are Public Relations Quarterly, Public Relations Review, Public Relations Journal, and Tactics. Additional monograph publications can be found in the Counselor's Academy Series.

The SECTIONS series, 1966-2003 (bulk 1990-2001), contains records relating to PRSA's eighteen Professional Interest Sections, each section is designed to focus on issues, trends and research of a specialized practice area. A large portion of the Sections material covers the various events sponsored by each section including seminars, teleconferences, and the sections' own conferences, sometimes held jointly between two or more of the sections if the topics concerned both areas of public relations. In addition, the National Conference material in the Sections series is mostly material about the specific section's social event held during the Conference and sometimes some material on speakers or programming at the convention sponsored/put on by the Section. The main body of PRSA National Conference material is located in the Professional Development series.

The SILVER ANVIL AWARDS ADMINISTRATIVE RECORDS series, 1963-2004 (bulk 1984-1988), consists of programs, publications, clippings, news releases, and other records related to the administration of the Silver Anvil Awards, the Bronze Anvil Awards, and other related awards conferred by PRSA.

The TASK FORCES AND COMMITTEES series, 1970-2003, consists of papers relating to various task forces and committees of the PRSA. Slightly more than half of the subseries materials are related to the headquarters task force, which considered moving the PRSA headquarters from New York to Chicago or another city, but eventually rejected the idea. Additional files are arranged by subject and include reports, correspondence, histories, meetings and surveys.

The SILVER ANVIL AWARDS series, 1986-2014, consists of programs, entry booklets, and other published promotional materials related to the Silver Anvil Awards.

Series: Administration
Subseries: Board of Directors, 1987-1996
Box   143
Folder   1
Chapter presidents, 1996
Box   143
Folder   2-5
Board mailings, 1993-1994
Box   143
Folder   6-16
Meetings, 1987-1989
Box   144
Folder   1-5
Meetings, 1992-1993
Box   144
Folder   6
Executive Board biographies and press releases
Note: Contains photographs.
Box   144
Folder   7
Executive Committee meeting, 1988
Subseries: Chapters, 1965-1999
Note: Lucy de Luval - Chapter Communications Manager.
Box   144
Folder   8
Chapter Excellence awards, 1998
Box   144
Folder   9
Chapter Formation guide, 2002
Handbooks
Box   144
Folder   10-11
Chapter Presidents and Presidents-Elect, 1998-2002
Box   144
Folder   12
Chapter Professional Development Chairs, 2002
Box   144
Folder   13
Chapter Treasurers, 1999 December
Box   144
Folder   14
Media guidelines
Membership
Box   144
Folder   15-16
Membership Communications to Chairmen, 1985- 1989
Box   144
Folder   17
Membership statistics, 1983-1992
Box   144
Folder   18
Member tracking, 1993-1995
Box   144
Folder   19
Mentoring, 1994-1998
Box   144
Folder   20
Merger, San Diego, 1995
Box   144
Folder   21
Minority affairs/multicultural, 1991-1998
Box   144
Folder   22
New members, 1994-1998
Box   144
Folder   23
New professionals, 1995-1998
Box   144
Folder   24
PR for PR (Public Relations), Hawaii survey, 1994-1998
Box   144
Folder   25
Programming, 1996-1999
Box   144
Folder   26
Professional development, 1995-1999
Box   144
Folder   27
Promoting the profession, 1996-1998
Box   144
Folder   28
Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA), 1992-1998
Box   144
Folder   29
Public service, 1994-1998
Box   144
Folder   30
Recruitment, 1993-1999
Box   144
Folder   31
Recruitment brochures, 1995-1999, undated
Box   145
Folder   1
Recruitment and retention letters, 1994-1998
Box   145
Folder   2
Salary survey, 1997-1998
Box   145
Folder   3
San Diego County Chapter history, 1965
Box   145
Folder   4
Senior practitioners, 1994-1999
Box   145
Folder   5
Sponsors and vendors, 1994-1999
Box   145
Folder   6-7
Strategic planning, 1994-1999
Box   145
Folder   8-9
Surveys, 1994-1999
Box   145
Folder   10
Testimonials, 1995-1997
Box   145
Folder   11
Willingness to serve, 1995
Subseries: Chief Operating Officer Files
Box   145
Folder   12
Abelman, Arthur F., 1997
Box   145
Folder   13
Affiliate membership, 1997
Box   145
Folder   14
Air Force Test Program, 1997
Box   145
Folder   15
Atlanta project, 1994-1996
Box   145
Folder   16
Audit Committee meeting minutes, 1996 July
Box   145
Folder   17-18
Authors Committee Task Force, 1992-1997
Note: Missing.
Box   145
Folder   19
Beardsley, John, 1994-1996
Box   145
Folder   20
Big Firms T.F. - International Committee of PR Consultancies Associates (ICO), 1995-1996
Box   145
Folder   21
By-laws Task Force, 1995
Box   145
Folder   22
Citizens' Stamp Advisory Committee, 1995-1996
Box   145
Folder   23
Counselors Academy, 1994-1996
Box   145
Folder   24
Crain, Rance, 1995
Box   145
Folder   25
Dilenschneider, Robert L., 1998
Box   145
Folder   26
Executive Caravan, Detailed Tabulation: report, 1993
Box   145
Folder   27
Firm initiative, 1997
Box   145
Folder   28
Florida Public Relations Association, 1994-1995
Box   145
Folder   29
Freedom Forum, 1995
Box   145
Folder   30
Gaulke, Ray speech, 1997
Box   145
Folder   31
Gould & Co. agreement, 1995
Box   145
Folder   32
Handbook, 1993
Box   145
Folder   33
Interns, 1995
Box   145
Folder   34
Mailing list, contract, 1995
Box   145
Folder   35
Miller, Tom, Honesty in the Workplace study, 1996
Box   145
Folder   36
Manning, Selvage & Lee/Roper Starch, 1996
Box   145
Folder   37
Klein, Anne, 1995
Box   145
Folder   38
Membership survey, 1997
Box   145
Folder   39-41
Miller, Deborah, 1995-1997
Box   145
Folder   42
Morales, Luis W., 1995-1996
National Conference
Box   146
Folder   1
Attendee survey, 1993
Box   146
Folder   2
Exhibitor mailings, 1996
Box   146
Folder   3
General, 1996
Box   146
Folder   4
Plenary Session speakers, 1996
Box   146
Folder   5
Qualitative Focus Group, 1993
Box   146
Folder   6
Survey results, 1993-1994
Box   146
Folder   7
O'Dwyer Copyright Case letter to leadership, 1994-1995
Box   146
Folder   8
The Politics of Sacrifice, Wave 3: report, 1993
Box   146
Folder   9
“PR Council” spokesperson, 1995-1997
Box   146
Folder   10
PR Power, 1995-1996
Box   146
Folder   11
PR Professional Society of New Jersey, 1996
Box   146
Folder   12
PR Week Chief Operating Officers files, 1998-1999
Box   146
Folder   13
Ragan Communications, 1995-1996
Box   146
Folder   14
Rickey, Dave, Alabama, 1994
Box   146
Folder   15
Roper Starch research report, 1993-1994
Box   146
Folder   16-17
Russia, 1997-1998
Box   146
Folder   18
San Diego PR Club, Pesci, Elizabeth, 1995-1996
Box   146
Folder   19
Scholastic Inc., 1995
Box   146
Folder   20-21
Socratic dialogue, 1998-1999
Box   146
Folder   22
Taxes, Texas, 1997
Box   146
Folder   23
Waltz, Sam, 1997
Subseries: Financial Statements
Box   146
Folder   24-26
1981-1985
Subseries: Membership
Box   146
Folder   27
Attitudes survey, 1970
Box   146
Folder   28
Board of Ethics and Professional Standards (BEPS)
Box   146
Folder   29
Center for Organizational Development, Lee Hugh, 1988-1989
Box   146
Folder   30
Chapter Presidents and administrators, 1999
Box   146
Folder   31
Code of ethics, 2000
Box   146
Folder   32
Faith-Wilcox report, 1978
Box   146
Folder   33
“Find a Member” membership incentive program, 1987-1989
Box   146
Folder   34
“Focus on Membership” workshop, circa 2002
Box   146
Folder   35
Gaulke's “What's New” mailing to Board, 1994-1995
Box   146
Folder   36-38
General, 1991-1996
Box   146
Folder   39-42
Handbooks, 1982-1998, 2000, 2002
Box   146
Folder   43
Ideas, 1991-1992
Box   146
Folder   44
Internal Communications Task Force member responses, 1989
Box   146
Folder   45-46
Marketing program, 10-year plan, 1991
Box   146
Folder   47
Membership Communications Task Force, 1988-1989
Box   146
Folder   48
Membership demographic analysis
Box   147
Folder   1
Membership development, Solberg, Betsey, 1989-2001
Box   147
Folder   2
Miscellaneous membership materials
Box   147
Folder   3
President's award, 1988-1989
Box   147
Folder   4
President's citations, policy and procedures, 2002
Publications
Box   147
Folder   5
“A Membership Profile,” 1990
Box   147
Folder   6
“A Professional Development Guide for IABC Membership and Chapters,” 1984 June
Box   147
Folder   7
Expert Speakers directory, 1990-2001
Box   147
Folder   8
“A Pack of Career Tactics,” PRSA member handbook, 2003
Box   147
Folder   9
PRSA by-laws, undated
Box   147
Folder   10
Seekins, Steve, 1993
Box   147
Folder   11
Strategies for Recruiting ALANA (African, Latino, Asian, Native American) PR Professionals to Local Chapters, 1991
Subseries: Miscellaneous
Box   147
Folder   12
Big Apple awards, 2000
Box   147
Folder   13
Chapter Leadership portfolio
Box   147
Folder   14
Graphic standards, 2003
Box   147
Folder   15
Leadership, 1990-1999
Box   147
Folder   16
Professional development resource guides, 2003-2003
Box   147
Folder   17-18
PRSA Annual Leadership Rally, 2002-2003
Box   147
Folder   19
PRSA logo, 1982-2002
Box   147
Folder   20
PRSA National Leadership Rally, 2000
Box   147
Folder   21
Task Force on Professional Services Taxes report, 1991
Subseries: North American Public Relations Council (NAPRC)
Box   147
Folder   22-27
Accreditation Task Force, 1988-1991
Box   147
Folder   28
American Society for Hospital Marketing and Public Relations, 1986-1987
Box   147
Folder   29
Baptist Public Relations Association, 1986-1987
Box   147
Folder   30
Canadian Public Relations Society, 1985-1988
Box   147
Folder   31
Chairman's report, 1986
Box   147
Folder   32
Code of Ethics, 1950
Box   147
Folder   33
Conference, 1992
Box   147
Folder   34-41
Correspondence, 1986-2002
Box   147
Folder   42
Council for Advancement and Support of Education, 1985-1987
Box   147
Folder   43
Dues, 1988
Box   147
Folder   44
Florida Public Relations Association, 1985-1988
Box   147
Folder   45-46
Mailings, 1990-1993
Box   147
Folder   47-51
Meetings, 1981-1993
Box   147
Folder   52-54
Meeting minutes, 1985-1991
Box   147
Folder   55
National School Public Relations Association, 1984-1988
Box   147
Folder   56
NAPRC Statement on PR 1985, circa
Box   147
Folder   57
News releases, 1992
Box   147
Folder   58
Officer correspondence, 1984-1987
Box   147
Folder   59
Other organizations, 1990-1991
Box   147
Folder   60
PRSA, 1986-1988
Box   147
Folder   61
PRSA Accreditation Board, 1993
Box   147
Folder   62
Religious Public Relations Council, 1986-1987
Box   147
Folder   63
Southern Public Relations Federation, 1985-1987
Box   147
Folder   64
Texas Public Relations Association, 1986-1987
Box   147
Folder   65
Women in Communications Inc., 1985-1988
Box   147
Folder   66
Universal Credential study, 1992
Subseries: Publications Records
Public Relations Journal, 1985-1990
Box   148
Folder   1-2
“Issues” file correspondence, 1987-1988
Box   148
Folder   3-14
Layout and proofs, 1989 January-December
Box   148
Folder   15
Loose press releases, 1989
Box   148
Folder   16-17
Senior editor's correspondence, 1985-1989
Box   148
Folder   18
Statement, 1982
Box   148
Folder   19-22
Survey of PRSA leadership, 1989
Box   148
Folder   23-27
The Strategist, 1994-1997
Box   148
Folder   28-32
Press releases, 1981-1990
Box   149
Folder   1-7
Press releases, 1981-1990 (continued)
Subseries: Salary Surveys
Box   149
Folder   8
Public Relations Journal salary survey issues, 1992-1993
Box   149
Folder   9
Public Relations salary survey research report, 1996 March
Box   149
Folder   10
“Salary and Compensation: A Survey of PR Professionals,” 1996 April
Box   149
Folder   11
Salary survey of PR professionals, 1996
Box   149
Folder   12-13
PR Journal salary study, 1996 January
Box   149
Folder   14
“Survey of Communicators: Profile and their Work” / International Association of Business Communicators (IABC), 1997
Box   149
Folder   15
Metro New York not-for-profit compensation and benefits survey, 1998-1999
IABC/PRSA
Box   149
Folder   16
Salary survey correspondence, 1999
Box   149
Folder   17
Survey of Communications and Public Relations Professionals, 1999
Box   149
Folder   18
Profile 2000 survey of the profession
Box   149
Folder   19
Year 2000 Survey mailings and press releases, 1999
Box   149
Folder   20
Survey of Communication and PR Professionals, draft 1, 2000 February
Box   149
Folder   21
Year 2000 Survey - BMR #48-226, 2000 March
Box   149
Folder   22-23
Survey of Communication and PR Professional Tabulations
Box   150
Folder   1-4
Survey of Communication and PR Professional Tabulations (continued)
Box   150
Folder   5
Salary report on IABC/PRSA Members: Section 1 total compensation
Box   150
Folder   6
Salary survey website, 2001
Subseries: Visibility Reports and Clippings Files
Box   150
Folder   7-27
1988-1992
Box   151
Folder   1-25
1992-1996
Series: Counselors Academy, 1961-2002
Canadian counselors, Canadian Public Relations Society (CPRS) member lists
Box   151
Folder   26
1995-1996
Committees
Box   151
Folder   27
Academy Advantage strategic plan, 1995-2000
Box   151
Folder   28
Accreditation, 1991-1992
Box   151
Folder   29
Ethics Committee, 1988
Box   151
Folder   30
Firm Management Committee, 1983-1987
Box   151
Folder   31
Long range planning responses, 1988
Box   151
Folder   32
Professional standards, 1989
Box   151
Folder   33
Small firms, 1992-1993
Box   151
Folder   34-35
Strategic plan, 1995-2000
Correspondence
Box   151
Folder   36
1987-1989, 1995-2000
Counselors Update Series
Box   151
Folder   37
“Financial and legal strategies ...,” 1995
Box   151
Folder   38
Managing staff
Box   151
Folder   39
Marketing, 1996
Box   151
Folder   40
Modern PR account management, 1996
Events
Box   152
Folder   1
Account Management School, 1990
Box   152
Folder   2
Conference, 1990 April
Box   152
Folder   3
Conference registration, 1990
Box   152
Folder   4
Counselors Management Institute, 1991
Box   152
Folder   5
Focus group meeting, 1999
Box   152
Folder   6-7
Leadership Conference proceedings, 1998-2001
Box   152
Folder   8
Leadership seminar, 2001
Box   152
Folder   9-11
National Conference, 1991-1994
Box   152
Folder   12
New York/New Jersey regional meeting, 1990
Box   152
Folder   13
Professional Management School, 1988, 1990
Spring Conference
Box   152
Folder   14
Accreditation in Public Relations (APR) exam, 1990
Box   152
Folder   15
Budget, 1984-1985
Box   152
Folder   16
Contracts, 1984-1985
Box   152
Folder   17-18
Evaluations, 1998-1999
Box   152
Folder   19-39
General, 1979-1997
Box   153
Folder   1-4
General, 1999-2000
Box   152
Folder   5
“How to Manage Your Firm ...,” 1997
Box   152
Folder   6-7
Information and registration, 1997
Box   152
Folder   8
Miscellaneous memos, 1989
Box   152
Folder   9
Rancho Bernardo, 1992
Box   152
Folder   10-11
Registration, 1993, 1996
Box   152
Folder   12
Shandwick, Kathy Hart, 1996
Box   152
Folder   13-14
Workbook, 1983
Box   152
Folder   15-17
Teleseminars presentations, 1999-2001
Financial
Box   152
Folder   18-31
1989-1997
General
Box   152
Folder   32-33
1964-1967
Box   154
Folder   1-30
1968-1999
Government Relations Committee
Box   154
Folder   31
Government tax support, 1990-1992
Box   154
Folder   32-33
Legislative Action Fund, 1990
Box   154
Folder   34
State tax for PR, 1984-1987
Box   154
Folder   35
Taxes and legislation, 1990
Mailings
Box   154
Folder   36
1990, 1997-1998
Box   155
Folder   1-4
1998-2001
Membership
Box   155
Folder   5-14
Applications, 1992-2000
Box   155
Folder   15
“Ask Me” promo, 1997
Box   155
Folder   16
Category inquiries and complaints, 1992
Box   155
Folder   17
Certificates, 1991
Box   155
Folder   18
Denied membership applications, 1996-1997
Box   155
Folder   19-21
Directories, 1962-1994
Box   155
Folder   22
Diversity mailing, 1999
Box   155
Folder   23
Drops, 1997
Box   155
Folder   24-26
General, 1983-1993
Box   156
Folder   1-2
General mailings, 1990-1995
Box   156
Folder   3
Herman, Mike, 1999
Box   156
Folder   4
Hoog, Tom recruitment effort, 1999
Box   156
Folder   5
Mailings, 1987
Box   156
Folder   6
Marketing letters, 1998
Box   156
Folder   7-8
Member applications and totals, 1994
Box   156
Folder   9
Member needs survey, 1990
Box   156
Folder   10
Membership Committee, 1998
Box   156
Folder   11
New Counselor Certificate
Box   156
Folder   12
New Counselors approved, 1990
Box   156
Folder   13
Prospects
Box   156
Folder   14
Recruiting letters, 1998, undated
Box   156
Folder   15
Retention, 1992
Box   156
Folder   16-17
Retention survey, 1998
Box   156
Folder   18
Statistics, 1991-1996
Box   156
Folder   19
20 City, 1997
Monographs
Box   156
Folder   20-21
General
Box   156
Folder   22
Indexes, 1984-1994
Box   156
Folder   23
Are Trade Shows Worth All the Trouble? / Eisenstadt, 1988
Box   156
Folder   24
Becoming a Verbal Visionary, 1999
Box   156
Folder   25
Billable and Unbillable Time / Grant, 1991
Box   156
Folder   26
Borderless Believability, 1998
Box   156
Folder   27
Building the Trust Bank, 2000
Box   156
Folder   28
The Business of New Business / Franco, undated
Box   156
Folder   29
Change Management, 2002
Box   156
Folder   30
Cold-Call Marketing of PR Services / Levitt, 1990
Box   156
Folder   31
Computerizing the PR Counseling / Dorf, 1983
Box   156
Folder   32
Controlling Cost and Getting Value from Employee Benefits / Harrison, 1988
Box   156
Folder   33
Controlling Group Insurance / Glueck, 1982
Box   156
Folder   34
Counseling in Community and Employee Relations, undated
Box   156
Folder   35
Counseling the Trade Association / Beall, undated
Box   156
Folder   36
Creating the Hourglass Firm, 1995
Box   156
Folder   37
Creativity Backed Budgeting / Millman, undated
Box   156
Folder   38
Creativity and PR / Mackinmon, 1969
Box   156
Folder   39
The Dark Side of Merging or Selling Your Business / Lukaszewski, 1990
Box   156
Folder   40
Developing Creativity in PR / Kuby, 1983
Box   156
Folder   41
Employee Ownership of PR Firms / Gelduldig, 1987
Box   156
Folder   42
Evaluating a PR Firm for Sale / Strenski, undated
Box   156
Folder   43
Evaluating Counseling Firm Personal / Metrick, 1989
Box   156
Folder   44
Evaluating Professional Staff / Metrick, 1989
Box   156
Folder   45
ERISA's Impact on Profit Sharing, undated
Box   156
Folder   46
Experts on Disk: The Role of Expert Systems in PR Practice / Cameron, 1992
Box   156
Folder   47
Financial Planning and Control / Sovis, undated
Box   156
Folder   48
Financial Public Relations / Gardner, 1970
Box   156
Folder   49
Financial PR / Wolfson, undated
Box   156
Folder   50
Finders Fees and PR Firms / Grant, 1987
Box   156
Folder   51
Fundamental Skills for Maintaining Consultant-Client Relationships / Haddox, 1992
Box   156
Folder   52
Fundamentals for Firm Management, 1993
Box   156
Folder   53
Grassroots Public Relations / Harrison, 1987
Box   156
Folder   54
The Greening of America / Harrison, 1989
Box   156
Folder   55
Growing Tool for Global Public Relations, 1986
Box   156
Folder   56
Growing Your Agency through Client Retention Strategy, 1998
Box   156
Folder   57
The Hiring Line / Cantor, undated
Box   156
Folder   58
How to Effectively Budget a PR Program / Berlowe, undated
Box   156
Folder   59
How Much is Your PR Firm Worth? / Burger, 1982
Box   156
Folder   60
How Public Relations Can Effectively Lead an Integrated Communications Approach, 1998
Box   156
Folder   61
The Imperative of Reputation, 2001
Box   156
Folder   62
Improving Business-Government Relations in Canada / Eisenstadt, 1985
Box   156
Folder   63
Incentives for Good Employees / Epley, 1988
Box   156
Folder   64
Inside the PR Agencies / Burger, 1970
Box   156
Folder   65
International Public Relations / Whitehouse, undated
Box   156
Folder   66
International Video Conferencing: Growing Tool for Global PR / Bates, 1986
Box   156
Folder   67
Investor Relations and the Law / Dinsmore, undated
Box   156
Folder   68
Investor Relations for Medium-Sized Regional Companies / Vance, undated
Box   156
Folder   69
Issues Management: PR Comes of Age / Ewing, 1980
Box   156
Folder   70
Job Burn Out: Management's Problem / Cantor, 1985
Box   156
Folder   71
Job Titles at PR Firms / Baer, 1986
Box   156
Folder   72
Keeping the Sizzle in the Creativity Stake, 1998
Box   156
Folder   73
Letters of Agreement / Baer, undated
Box   156
Folder   74
Liability Trends in Counseling, undated
Box   156
Folder   75
The Management of a PR Firm / Burger, 1983
Box   156
Folder   76
Marketing in the Next Millennium, 2000
Box   156
Folder   77
Marketing to Existing Clients / Pires/Oliphant, 1990
Box   156
Folder   78
Measuring the Impact of Publicity / Hayes, 1987
Box   156
Folder   79
Motivating Employees Through In-house Training, 2000
Box   156
Folder   80
Mystiques of Motivating / Wemhoff, undated
Box   156
Folder   81
The Needed Marriage: PR and OD / Barr, undated
Box   156
Folder   82
New Business Acquisition / Hughes, 1983
Box   156
Folder   83
New Business Commissions, 1996
Box   156
Folder   84
Nine Ways to Add $73,765 in Operating Profit, 1988
Box   156
Folder   85
Ongoing Staff Professional Development / Hammons, 1982
Box   156
Folder   86
Paperless Public Relations / Dorf, 1987
Box   156
Folder   87
People, Hiring Them, Firing Them / Newman, 1982
Box   156
Folder   88
Practicing Public Relations in Washington / various authors, undated
Box   156
Folder   89
Preparing Executives for Media Interviews / Pfister and Rafe, 1984
Box   156
Folder   90
Primer of PR Counseling, 1976
Box   156
Folder   91
A Process for Managing Brand Relationships, 2000
Box   156
Folder   92
Publicity and Media Information Management, 1992
Box   156
Folder   93
Public Relations Agency Management, 1982
Box   156
Folder   94
The Public Relations Audit, undated
Box   156
Folder   95
Public Relation Counseling, 1991
Box   156
Folder   96
Public Relations and Public Relations Counseling, 1966
Box   156
Folder   97
PR Overseas / Lobsenz, 1987
Box   156
Folder   98
Public Relations Practice and the Law, 1971
Box   156
Folder   99
Receivables: A Common Sense View / Sullivan, 1988
Box   156
Folder   100
Reaching for “Yes” on Training, 2001
Box   156
Folder   101
Reinventing the Agency, 2001
Box   156
Folder   102
Selecting a PR Firm, 1986
Box   156
Folder   103
Small Can Be Beautiful / Shiefman, undated
Box   156
Folder   104
Speaking for Others: Current / Lukaszewski, 1990
Box   156
Folder   105
Special Events for Fun and Profit, undated
Box   156
Folder   106
Standardized Forms: Tool for Managing Growth / Vine, 1983
Box   156
Folder   107
Strategic Planning for Your Firm / Engle, 1983
Box   156
Folder   108
A Study in Ethics / Watt and Roher, 1989
Box   156
Folder   109
Succession, Equity, Estate / Rogovin, 1985
Box   156
Folder   110
Team Development for Productivity / Stephen, 1980
Box   156
Folder   111
Ten of the Worst Mistakes a Company Can Make / Roop, 1983
Box   156
Folder   112
Ten Tumultuous Years, 1999
Box   156
Folder   113
Time Accounting for PR Firms / Epley, 1982
Box   156
Folder   114
Understanding, Forming and Using PACs / Fraser, undated
Box   156
Folder   115
An Update on PR Services / Weiner, undated
Box   156
Folder   116
Use of Cost Accounting / Cooper, undated
Box   156
Folder   117
Use of Focus Group Technique in PR / Duboff, 1982
Box   156
Folder   118
Value Billing / Cahill, 1988
Box   156
Folder   119
What is a Monograph? / Lukaszewski, 1991
Box   156
Folder   120
What PR Counselors Should Know About Newsletters / Hudson, 1993
Box   156
Folder   121
Winning the Business you Want, 1999
Box   156
Folder   122
Your Real Advantage / Hammons, 1987
Box   156
Folder   123
Mailings, 1990
Box   156
Folder   124
Media distribution services
Box   156
Folder   125
Monograph Media survey, 1991
Box   157
Folder   1-3
Monograph Media survey, 1991 (continued)
Box   157
Folder   4
Publications, 1981-1985
Box   157
Folder   5
Start-up kit: 12 titles
Officers and Executive Committee
Box   157
Folder   6
By-laws, Dorf, Bob, 1990
Box   157
Folder   7-8
General, 1987-1990
Box   157
Folder   9
Goal Task Force reports, 1996
Box   157
Folder   10
Letterhead, 1998
Box   157
Folder   11
Liability insurance, 1983-1991
Box   157
Folder   12
Manual, 1993
Meetings
Box   157
Folder   13-16
Board books, 1994-1998
Box   157
Folder   17-22
Meeting books, 1993-1998
Executive Committee
Box   157
Folder   23
Meeting, 1996 April
Box   158
Folder   1-12
Meeting minutes, 1973-2000
Box   158
Folder   13
Meeting packets, 1997 November-December
Nominating Committee
Box   158
Folder   14-15
Ballots, 1993
Box   158
Folder   16
Biographies, 1995
Box   158
Folder   17
Memos, 1990
Box   158
Folder   18
Nominees, 1998
Box   158
Folder   19
Officers, 1997-1998
Box   158
Folder   20-21
Press releases, 1997-2000
Box   158
Folder   22
Volunteers, 1992
Products/Publications
Box   158
Folder   23
Book and tape orders, 2000
Box   158
Folder   24-25
The Counselor, 1965-1976, 1996-1998
Box   158
Folder   26-27
Issues and trends in the 1990s
Box   158
Folder   28-30
Mailings and publications, 1990-1994
Box   158
Folder   31
Miscellaneous, undated
Box   158
Folder   32-33
Publications, 1987, 1996
Surveys
Box   158
Folder   34
Awareness Attitude survey, 1994
Box   158
Folder   35-36
Fees and compensation, 1984, 1988
Box   158
Folder   37
Fees study, 1961
Box   158
Folder   38
Mid-sized agency survey, Punk, Scott, 1999
Box   158
Folder   39
Monograph and internet use survey, 1998
Box   158
Folder   40
Monograph survey, 1999
Box   159
Folder   1-2
PR firms, 1989-1990
Box   159
Folder   3
Small firms responses, 1991
Box   159
Folder   4-5
Technology, 1988, 1993
Box   159
Folder   6
Survey, 1992, 1994
Web design
Box   159
Folder   7
1998
Series: Historical Files, 1949-1967
Robert Bliss files (Executive Vice President, 1952-1955)
Box   159
Folder   8
Annual membership business meeting, 1951-1953
Committees
Box   159
Folder   9
Advisory Committee, 1954-1959
Box   159
Folder   10
National Affairs Committee, 1951
Box   159
Folder   11
Objectives Planning Committee, 1955
Box   159
Folder   12
Group insurance, 1954-1955
Box   159
Folder   13
OPS Ceiling Price Regulations 34, 1951
Box   159
Folder   14
Storage contract, 1952-1953, 1956
Donald Lynch files (Executive Director, 1960-1963)
Box   159
Folder   15-17
Assembly meetings, 1960-1962
Box   159
Folder   18
Correspondence, chapter, 1961
Box   159
Folder   19
IRS regulations, 1962-1963
Box   159
Folder   20
National Conference, outline, 1962 November
Public Service Committee
Box   159
Folder   21
General, 1961-1962
Box   159
Folder   22
Membership, 1962
Box   159
Folder   23
National Children's Cardiac Hospital, 1962
Box   159
Folder   24
Peace Corps, 1962
Thomas J. Seedorf files (Manager of PR Services/Chapters)
Committees
Box   159
Folder   25-30
Institute Committee, Harvard Graduate School of Business, 1961-1963
Box   159
Folder   31-32
International, 1961-1963
Box   159
Folder   33-34
International meetings, 1962
Box   159
Folder   35
Miscellaneous, 1961-1965
Box   160
Folder   1
National Judicial Council, 1962-1964
Box   160
Folder   2
Research and Education Committee, 1962-1965
Box   160
Folder   3-4
Public Relations Committee, 1960-1965
Box   160
Folder   5
Correspondence, reports, 1962-1963
Sections
Counselors' Section
Box   160
Folder   6
Correspondence, 1962-1964
Box   160
Folder   7
General, 1963-1965
Box   160
Folder   8
News releases, 1962
Box   160
Folder   9
Organizational meeting, Chicago, 1960 November 2
Securities and Exchange Commission
Box   160
Folder   10-11
General, 1961-1963
Box   160
Folder   12-29
Clippings, 1962-1964
Box   160
Folder   30-31
Spring Assembly meeting, 1963, 1965
Rea Smith (Secretary-Assistant to Executive Director, 1957-1964)
Box   160
Folder   32
Educational Director candidate search, 1963-1964
Shirley Smith files (Executive Director, 1950s-1960; consultant, 1961)
Box   160
Folder   33
Assembly, correspondence, 1959-1962
Box   160
Folder   34
Assembly meeting, 1960 April 6
Box   160
Folder   35
Chapters, correspondence, 1960
Committees
Box   160
Folder   36
Chapter Development Committee, 1958
Box   160
Folder   37-38
Citations Committee, 1953-1962
Box   160
Folder   39
Citations and Recognition Committee, 1960
Box   160
Folder   40
Committee on Standards and Professional Practice, 1961-1962
Box   160
Folder   41-42
Counselors' Survey Committee, 1959-1960
Box   160
Folder   43
Development Committee, 1956-1958
Box   161
Folder   1
World Wildlife Fund (WWF), 1962-1963
Box   161
Folder   2
Intersections (quarterly), 1994-95
Box   162
Folder   1
Eligibility Committee, 1949-1958
Box   162
Folder   2
Governmental cooperation, 1957-1960
Box   162
Folder   3
Information Center, 1955-1958
Box   162
Folder   4
International Committee, 1957-1958
Box   162
Folder   5-7
Membership, 1957-1961
Box   162
Folder   8
Membership lists, 1961-1963, 1967
Box   162
Folder   9-11
Nominating Committee, 1956-1958
Box   162
Folder   12-13
Organizational structure, 1959-1961
Box   162
Folder   14
Publications Committee, 1949-1958
Box   162
Folder   15
Publicity Committee, 1955, 1958
Box   162
Folder   16
Public Service Committee, 1956-1958
Box   162
Folder   17-19
Reports, 1961-1962
Research Committee
Box   162
Folder   20-21
General, 1955-1957
Box   162
Folder   22
PR preparation, 1954-1956
Box   162
Folder   23
Standards of Professional Practice, 1955-1960
Box   162
Folder   24
Standards of Professional Practice meeting, 1962
Box   162
Folder   25
Counselors' conference, 1957-1958
Box   162
Folder   26
Counselors' Section, reports, 1959-1962
Box   162
Folder   27
District reports, 1962 April
Box   162
Folder   28-29
IRS regulations, 1958-1962
Box   162
Folder   30
IRS reports, assembled chronology, 1957-1963
Box   163
Folder   1
Investment, 1955-1958
Box   163
Folder   2
Membership, dues and cancellations, 1960
Box   163
Folder   3
Membership meeting, 1957
Box   163
Folder   4-5
National Judicial Council, 1951-1961
Box   163
Folder   6-9
Reports, minutes, correspondence, 1958-1963
Box   163
Folder   10
Speakers Bureau, 1958
Box   163
Folder   11
Special Committee, Revision of Dues Structure, 1957-1958
Box   163
Folder   12
Spring board meeting, 1959
Series: Professional Development
Subseries: Accreditation, 1979-2006
Accreditation Board
Box   163
Folder   13
APR, legal issues, 1983, 1990-1991
Box   163
Folder   14-15
By-laws and policies, 1994-1998
Box   163
Folder   16
Survey, Accreditation/Certificate of Selected Assoc., 1995 September
Box   163
Folder   17-18
Survey, 1993-1996
Accreditation examination
Box   163
Folder   19
Candidate's preparation guide, 2003
Box   163
Folder   20
Sourcebook, 1995
Box   163
Folder   21-22
Study guide, 1993, 1999-2000
Box   163
Folder   23-27
Testing procedure handbook, 1998-2002
Box   163
Folder   28
Accreditation for PR Professionals pamphlet, undated
Box   163
Folder   29
Accreditation thesis, 1986
Box   163
Folder   30
Automation proposal, 1996
Box   163
Folder   31-32
Certificates, undated
Box   163
Folder   33
Change in Professional Designation legal correspondence, 1973-1983
Box   163
Folder   34-36
Chapter Accreditation Chair handbook, 1995-97
Box   163
Folder   37
Clippings and press, 1980-1994
Committee on the Future of PR
Box   163
Folder   38
Demonstrating Professionalism: Symposium II, 1987
Box   163
Folder   39
Hyde and Watson Foundation, 1987
Box   163
Folder   40
Professional Progression Plan: draft, 1988
Continuing Education Board
Box   164
Folder   1
Actions, 1990
Box   164
Folder   2
Comments on progression, 1988
Box   164
Folder   3-5
Correspondence, 1989-1991
Box   164
Folder   6
Feedback, 1989
Box   164
Folder   7-12
General, 1985-1990
Box   164
Folder   13-16
Maintenance approvals, 1993-1994
Box   164
Folder   17
Maintenance of Accreditation: edits, 1989
Box   164
Folder   18-24
Maintenance of Accreditation program, 1989-1995
Box   164
Folder   25
Maintenance article, 1990
Box   164
Folder   26-29
Maintenance mailing feedback, 1989-1991
Box   164
Folder   30
Maintenance, National Conference presentation, 1990 November
Box   164
Folder   31
Maintenance program, 1993-1996
Box   164
Folder   32-33
National, 1988
Box   164
Folder   34
National, correspondence, 1990
Box   164
Folder   35
Correspondence, 1999
Box   164
Folder   36
Council on the Continuing Education Unit, 1979, 1983-1984, undated
Box   164
Folder   37
Graduate programs, 1986-1987
Box   165
Folder   1
Introduction to Ethics and Public Relations, 2000
Kellogg Graduate School of Management and other programs
Box   165
Folder   2
General, 1991-1993
Box   165
Folder   3-4
Senior Executive Development Program, 1995
Box   165
Folder   5
Organizations to promote to, 1985
Box   165
Folder   6
Primer directory - “Primer 3” document, 1989
Box   165
Folder   7
Professional certification survey, 1986-1987
Box   165
Folder   8
Professional development: seminars, requests to teach, 1992-1994
Box   165
Folder   9
Professional recertification programs, 1987-1988
Box   165
Folder   10
Professionalism survey, 1986
Box   165
Folder   11
Promotional materials and by-laws, 1997-2006
Task Force on Demonstrating Professionalism
Box   165
Folder   12-13
Pink papers, 1985-1986
Box   165
Folder   14
Meeting, 1986 April
Box   165
Folder   15
Seminar promotional materials
Box   165
Folder   16
Study Group on Licensing and Registration, 1987
Universal Accreditation Board
Box   165
Folder   17
Application packet, 2000
Box   165
Folder   18
Legal issues, 1996-2000
Subseries: College of Fellows, 1990-2004
Box   165
Folder   19
Applications, 1990
Box   165
Folder   20-27
Class list and nominations, 1994-1997
Box   165
Folder   28
Ethics correspondence, 2000
Induction dinner
Box   165
Folder   29-31
General, 1994-1996
Box   166
Folder   1
Programs, 1992, 1994-2000
Box   166
Folder   2
Membership directories, 1991-1992, 1994-1995, 1997
Box   166
Folder   3
Newsletters, 1995-1996
Box   166
Folder   4
Nominating Committee, 1995-1996, 1998-1999
Box   166
Folder   5
Promotional materials, 1999-2004
Box   166
Folder   6-7
Screening Committee, 2000
Subseries: National and International Conferences, 1955-2006
Box   166
Folder   8-16
Anaheim, California, 1999
Box   166
Folder   17-20
Atlanta, Georgia, 1970, 1980, 2001
Box   166
Folder   21
Awards Committee, film/video awards, 1989
Box   166
Folder   22
Bal Harbor, Florida, 1974
Box   166
Folder   23-24
Baltimore, Maryland, 1994
Box   166
Folder   25-37
Boston, Massachusetts, 1962, 1976, 1998
Box   167
Folder   1-3
Chicago, Illinois, 1960, 1968, 1981
Box   167
Folder   4-11
Chicago, Illinois, World Congress 2000
Box   167
Folder   12
Cincinnati, Ohio, 1988
Box   167
Folder   13
Dallas, Texas, 1989
Box   167
Folder   14
Denver, Colorado, 1965
Box   167
Folder   15
Denver, Colorado, 1984
Box   167
Folder   16
Detroit, Michigan/Windsor, Ontario, 1972
Box   167
Folder   17
Detroit, Michigan, 1985
Box   167
Folder   18
Film/Video Festival winners, 1983-1985
Box   167
Folder   19
Honolulu, Hawaii, 1973
Box   167
Folder   20
Houston, Texas, 1961
Box   167
Folder   21-22
Kansas City, Missouri, 1992
Box   167
Folder   23-24
Los Angeles, California, 1969, 1987
Box   167
Folder   25
Miami Beach, Florida, 1959
Box   167
Folder   26
Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 1956
Box   167
Folder   27
Montreal, Quebec, 1964
Box   167
Folder   28-30
Nashville, Tennessee, 1997
Box   167
Folder   31
National Conference management systems contracts, 1996-1997
Box   167
Folder   32
National Conference statistics, 1948-1982
Box   167
Folder   33
National Conference tickets, 1986-1992
Box   167
Folder   34-35
New Orleans, Louisiana, 1978, 2003
Box   167
Folder   36-40
New York City, New York, 1958, 1966, 1975, 1983, 1990
Box   168
Folder   1-3
New York City, New York, promotional materials, 2004 Orlando, Florida, 1993
Box   168
Folder   4-5
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1957, 1967
Box   168
Folder   6
Phoenix, Arizona, 1991
Box   168
Folder   7-9
Presidents' addresses, 1951-1984
Box   168
Folder   10-14
St. Louis, Missouri, 1979, 1996
Box   168
Folder   15
Salt Lake City, Utah, 2006
Box   168
Folder   16
San Diego, California, 1977
Box   168
Folder   17-21
San Francisco, California, 1963, 1982, 2002
Box   168
Folder   22-23
Seattle, Washington (State), 1995
Box   168
Folder   24-27
Washington, D.C., 1955, 1971, 1986
Subseries: PRSA Foundation, 1991-2003
Box   168
Folder   28
By-law changes, 2001-2003
Credibility Index
Box   168
Folder   29
Biographies, 1997
Box   168
Folder   30-31
Indexes, 1994-1996
Box   168
Folder   32
International Conference, 1999
Box   168
Folder   33
Steering Committee, 1996
Box   168
Folder   34
Credibility presentation, undated
Box   169
Folder   1
Credibility Subcommittee, 1997
Box   169
Folder   2
Investor Credibility Index, 1999 November
Box   169
Folder   3
Under the Glass Ceiling: monograph, 1991
Box   169
Folder   4
Monograph series, 1991
National Credibility Index
Box   169
Folder   5-9
Indexes, 1998-2000
Box   169
Folder   10
Press kits, 1999-2000
Box   169
Folder   11
Report: originals, 1999 June
Box   169
Folder   12
Past Board members, 1999-2001
Box   169
Folder   13
Promotional material, 2000-2001
Box   169
Folder   14
PR Professional Career Guide, 1993
Box   169
Folder   15
PRSA Foundation, 1994-1998
Subseries: Information Center, 1979-1997
Box   169
Folder   16-17
Bibliography for PR Professionals, 1990-1995
Box   169
Folder   18
Management Education package, 1987
MGI Prof. Ref. Programs
Box   169
Folder   19
Effective Crisis Communications Management, 1997
Box   169
Folder   20
Strategies for Successful Issues Management, 1994
Box   169
Folder   21
Successful Negotiating for PR Professionals, 1990
Box   169
Folder   22
Successful Leadership and Management of the PR Function, 1992
Box   169
Folder   23
Successful Strategic PR Planning, 1991
Box   169
Folder   24
Professional Development Guide, 1979
Box   169
Folder   25
Professional development seminars/focus groups, 1993-1994
Box   170
Folder   1
Portfolio Series research and evaluation 1997?, circa
Box   170
Folder   2
PRSA Forum series, 1984-1989
Box   170
Folder   3
“What is PR?” / PRSA Information Center packet, 1994
Information Center booklets
Box   170
Folder   4
Anniversaries
Box   170
Folder   5
Community Relations
Box   170
Folder   6
Crisis Management
Box   170
Folder   7
Employee Communications
Box   170
Folder   8
Environmental Marketing
Box   170
Folder   9-10
Financial Services
Box   170
Folder   11
Food Services
Box   170
Folder   12
Hospitals
Box   170
Folder   13-14
New Products
Box   170
Folder   15
Pharmaceuticals
Box   170
Folder   16
Special Events
Box   170
Folder   17
Top PR Officers: Fortune 500, undated
Subseries: Professional Resource Center, 1938-1993
Speeches
Box   170
Folder   18
B, 1958-1986
Box   170
Folder   19
C, 1959-1984
Box   170
Folder   20
D, 1965-1984
Box   170
Folder   21
E, 1982
Box   170
Folder   22
F, 1951-1983
Box   170
Folder   23
G, 1938-1984
Box   170
Folder   24
H, 1952-1979
Box   170
Folder   25
Hammond, George, 1968-1979
Box   170
Folder   26
I, 1972-1973
Box   170
Folder   27
J, 1964-1980
Box   170
Folder   28
K, 1959-1985
Box   170
Folder   29
L, 1958-1993
Box   171
Folder   1
M, 1967-1985
Box   171
Folder   2
N, undated
Box   171
Folder   3
P, 1965-1992
Box   171
Folder   4
R, 1961-1988
Box   171
Folder   5
S, 1953-1977
Box   171
Folder   6
T, 1973-1985
Box   171
Folder   7
V-Z, 1965-1986
Subject files
Box   171
Folder   8
Advisory Councils, 1965-1986
Box   171
Folder   9
Architects
Box   171
Folder   10
Behavior
Box   171
Folder   11
Brainstorming
Business
Box   171
Folder   12
Education
Box   171
Folder   13
Responsibility
Box   171
Folder   14
Communications
Box   171
Folder   15
Computers
Box   171
Folder   16
Consumer relations: Surveys
Corporate
Box   171
Folder   17
Advertising
Box   171
Folder   18
History
Box   171
Folder   19
Publications
Box   171
Folder   20
Restructuring
Box   171
Folder   21
Creativity
Box   171
Folder   22
Crime
Box   171
Folder   23
Databases
Box   171
Folder   24
Electronic mail
Box   171
Folder   25
Electronics and high tech
Box   171
Folder   26
Energy
Ethics
Box   171
Folder   27
Associations
Box   171
Folder   28-29
Public Relations
Box   171
Folder   30
Exhibits
Box   171
Folder   31
Federal Trade Commission
Box   171
Folder   32
Free speech
Box   171
Folder   33
Freedom of Information Act
Box   171
Folder   34
Fundraising
Box   171
Folder   35
Government testimony
Box   171
Folder   36
Graphics
Box   171
Folder   37
Healthcare
Health
Box   171
Folder   38
Birth control
Box   171
Folder   39
Blindness
Box   171
Folder   40
Medical programs
Box   171
Folder   41
Insurance
Box   171
Folder   42
Litigation
Box   171
Folder   43
Lobbying
Box   171
Folder   44
Management/PR
Management
Box   171
Folder   45
Re-engineering
Box   171
Folder   46
Reputation
Box   171
Folder   47
Marketing: PR
Media
Box   171
Folder   48
Editorials
Box   171
Folder   49
Pitch letter
Box   171
Folder   50
Motion pictures
Box   171
Folder   51
Mosser, Thomas
Box   171
Folder   52
Natural gas
Box   171
Folder   53
Nonprofits, Boards
Box   171
Folder   54
Obituaries
Observation development/Open house
Box   171
Folder   55
General
Box   171
Folder   56
Hospital
Box   171
Folder   57
Opening NP, Cultural
Box   171
Folder   58
Page, Arthur W.
Box   171
Folder   59
Panic prevention
Box   171
Folder   60
Parades
Box   171
Folder   61
Personalities
Box   171
Folder   62
Pesticide
Box   171
Folder   63
Plant closings
Box   171
Folder   64
Plant relocation
Box   171
Folder   65
Plastic
Box   171
Folder   66
Politics
Box   171
Folder   67
Press clippings
Press
Box   171
Folder   68
“Off the Record”
Box   171
Folder   69
Placement
Box   171
Folder   70
Tours
Press releases
Box   171
Folder   71
General
Box   171
Folder   72
Press releases
Box   171
Folder   73
Electronic
Box   171
Folder   74
Privacy
Box   171
Folder   75
Professional promotion
Box   171
Folder   76
Promotion
Box   171
Folder   77
Public opinion
Box   171
Folder   78
PR for PR
PR
Box   171
Folder   79
Business forms
Box   171
Folder   80
Career
Box   171
Folder   81
Careers/Education
Box   171
Folder   82
Choosing a firm
Box   171
Folder   83
Client counsel
Box   171
Folder   84
Counseling
Box   171
Folder   85
Criticism
Box   172
Folder   1
Definitions
Box   172
Folder   2
Fees
Box   172
Folder   3
Future
Box   172
Folder   4
New firm
Box   172
Folder   5-11
General, 1987-1996
Box   172
Folder   12
Hay, Edward N.
PR: History
Box   172
Folder   13-18
1930s-1990s, undated
Box   172
Folder   19
Biographies of pioneers, A-K
Box   172
Folder   20
Biographies of pioneers, L-Z
Box   172
Folder   21-22
General
Box   172
Folder   23
Pioneers, Harlow, Rex
Box   172
Folder   24
Women
Box   172
Folder   25
Law
Box   172
Folder   26
Licensing
Box   172
Folder   27
Mergers
Box   172
Folder   28
Network
Box   172
Folder   29
Patron saint
Box   172
Folder   30
Pay for play
Box   172
Folder   31
Personal
Box   172
Folder   32
Professionalism
Box   172
Folder   33
Promotion
Box   172
Folder   34
Recession
Box   172
Folder   35
Related
PRSA
Box   173
Folder   1
History, IABC merger
Box   173
Folder   2
Member obituaries
Box   173
Folder   3
Quality
Box   173
Folder   4
Recreation and sports
Box   173
Folder   5
“Roger & Me”
Box   173
Folder   6
Rumors
Safety
Box   173
Folder   7
Product recall
Box   173
Folder   8
Tylenol
Box   173
Folder   9
Scholarships
Box   173
Folder   10
Seminars
Box   173
Folder   11
Sexual harassment
Box   173
Folder   12
Special days/Special weeks
Box   173
Folder   13
Teleconferences
Box   173
Folder   14
Terrorism
Box   173
Folder   15
Utilities: rates
Box   173
Folder   16
Video
Box   173
Folder   17
Women
Box   173
Folder   18
Writing
PR Leaders/Firms
Box   173
Folder   19
Azen Bitner Pierson
Box   173
Folder   20
Baldridge, Letitia
Box   173
Folder   21
Baker/Winokur/Ryder
Box   173
Folder   22-25
Bernays, Edward L., 1950-1990s
Box   173
Folder   26
Burger, Chester
Box   173
Folder   27
Burson-Marsteller
Box   173
Folder   28
Byoir, Carl
Box   173
Folder   29
Chiat/Day
Box   173
Folder   30
Cohn & Wolfe
Box   173
Folder   31
Cone Communications
Box   173
Folder   32
Corporate Communications
Box   173
Folder   33
Creamer Dickson Basford
Box   173
Folder   34
Deaver & Hannaford
Box   173
Folder   35
DelBello Associates
Box   173
Folder   36
Dewe Rogerson Inc.
Box   173
Folder   37
Dilenschneider Group
Box   173
Folder   38
Dix & Eaton
Box   173
Folder   39
Doremus & Company
Box   173
Folder   40
Dorf & Stanton
Box   173
Folder   41
Dudley - Anderson - Yutzy
Box   173
Folder   42
Earle Palmer Brown
Box   173
Folder   43
Edelman PRWorldwide
Box   173
Folder   44
Emphasys!
Box   173
Folder   45
Financial Relations Board
Box   173
Folder   46
Fleishman-Hillard
Box   173
Folder   47
Anthony M. Franco Inc.
Box   173
Folder   48
GCI Group
Box   173
Folder   49
Georgeson & Company
Box   173
Folder   50
Gibbs & Soell
Box   173
Folder   51
Gottlieb, Edward & Associates
Box   173
Folder   52
Gray, Robert
Box   173
Folder   53
Hammond, George
Box   173
Folder   54
E. Bruce Harrison Company
Box   173
Folder   55
Harshe - Rotman & Druck Inc.
Box   173
Folder   56
Hill, John Wiley
Hill and Knowlton
Box   173
Folder   57-59
General
Box   173
Folder   60
Kuwait
Box   173
Folder   61
Holder Kennedy
Box   173
Folder   62
Jones Brown & Martin
Box   173
Folder   63
Ray Josephs & Associates
Box   173
Folder   64
Kamber Group
Box   173
Folder   65
Ketchum Communications
Box   173
Folder   66
Ivy Lee & Associates
Box   173
Folder   67
Lesly, Philip & Company
Box   173
Folder   68
Liles Company Inc.
Box   173
Folder   69
Lobsenz & Company
Box   173
Folder   70
Makovsky, Kenneth D.
Box   173
Folder   71
Manning, Selvage, & Lee
Box   173
Folder   72
Robert Marston Associates
Box   174
Folder   1
Mayer, Terry
Box   174
Folder   2
McKenna, Regis
Box   174
Folder   3
Mona, Meyer & McGrath
Box   174
Folder   4
Ogilvy & Mather
Box   174
Folder   5
Omnicom PR Network
Box   174
Folder   6
Padilla and Speer Inc.
Box   174
Folder   7
Arthur Page Society
Box   174
Folder   8
Paluszek & Leslie
Box   174
Folder   9
Porter-Novelli
Box   174
Folder   10
Powell & Tate
Box   174
Folder   11
Ranko International
Box   174
Folder   12
Raymond Kowal & Wicks
Box   174
Folder   13
Robinson Lake
Box   174
Folder   14
Rocky Company
Box   174
Folder   15
Rogers & Cowan
Box   174
Folder   16
T.J. Ross & Associates
Box   174
Folder   17
Rowland Company
Box   174
Folder   18
Rubenstein, Howard J.
Box   174
Folder   19
Ruder Finn
Box   174
Folder   20
Shandwick
Box   174
Folder   21
Sonnenberg, Ben
Box   174
Folder   22
Stoorza, Seiguas & Metzger
Box   174
Folder   23
Thompson, Carl
Box   174
Folder   24
J. Walter Thompson Company
Box   174
Folder   25
Tracy - Locke
Box   174
Folder   26
Walden PR Inc.
Box   174
Folder   27
Richard Weiner Inc.
Box   174
Folder   28
Wexler Reynolds Harrison & Schule
Box   174
Folder   29
WWP Group
PRSA Leaders
Box   174
Folder   30
Awad, Joseph F.
Box   174
Folder   31
Beardsley, John
Box   174
Folder   32
Bogart, Judith S.
Box   174
Folder   33
Budd, John F., Jr.
Box   174
Folder   34
Carlson, Robert O.
Box   174
Folder   35
Chase, Howard W.
Box   174
Folder   36
Corbett, William J.
Box   174
Folder   37
Cutlip, Scott M.
Box   174
Folder   38-40
Dalton, Jerry, Jr.
Box   174
Folder   41
Dorf, Bob
Box   174
Folder   42
Druck, Kalman B.
Box   174
Folder   43
Epley, Joe S.
Box   174
Folder   44
Fairman, Milton
Box   174
Folder   45
Felton, John W.
Box   174
Folder   46