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Box 20

 Container

Contains 17 Collections and/or Records:

"It Takes a Whole Community to Educate A Child" (5 folders), n.d., 1993

 File — Multiple Containers
Summary: From the Series: This series documents the activities of the Boston Foundation's Persistent Poverty Project in outreach activities and internal administration. All subseries contain 5 ¼ inch diskettes; researchers should note that Archives staff was unable to check the contents of these disks. Executive Staff documents the work of the Project's individual staff members, including executive directors Tony Wagner, Wendy Puriefoy, and Charlotte Kahn and Boston Foundation president Anna Faith Jones....
Dates: n.d., 1993

Policy Seminars (10 folders) (incl. 5 ¼ inch diskette), n.d., 1991-1992

 File — Multiple Containers
Summary: From the Series: This series documents the activities of the Boston Foundation's Persistent Poverty Project in outreach activities and internal administration. All subseries contain 5 ¼ inch diskettes; researchers should note that Archives staff was unable to check the contents of these disks. Executive Staff documents the work of the Project's individual staff members, including executive directors Tony Wagner, Wendy Puriefoy, and Charlotte Kahn and Boston Foundation president Anna Faith Jones....
Dates: n.d., 1991-1992

Bibliography, 1993

 File — Box: 20
Summary: From the Series: This series documents the involvement of the Boston Persistent Poverty Project with both local and national organizations. Local groups were often involved in data-gathering or data analysis for the Project or with publicizing the results of the Project's work. Larger national organizations, like the Annie E. Casey Foundation or the Urban Institute, gave grant funds to the Project and involved the Project in their own poverty initiatives via subcontracting or data-sharing. This series includes...
Dates: 1993

Fellowship Program, 1988

 File — Box: 20
Summary: From the Series: This series documents the involvement of the Boston Persistent Poverty Project with both local and national organizations. Local groups were often involved in data-gathering or data analysis for the Project or with publicizing the results of the Project's work. Larger national organizations, like the Annie E. Casey Foundation or the Urban Institute, gave grant funds to the Project and involved the Project in their own poverty initiatives via subcontracting or data-sharing. This series includes...
Dates: 1988

Policy Conference on Persistent Urban Poverty, 1993

 File — Box: 20
Summary: From the Series: This series documents the involvement of the Boston Persistent Poverty Project with both local and national organizations. Local groups were often involved in data-gathering or data analysis for the Project or with publicizing the results of the Project's work. Larger national organizations, like the Annie E. Casey Foundation or the Urban Institute, gave grant funds to the Project and involved the Project in their own poverty initiatives via subcontracting or data-sharing. This series includes...
Dates: 1993

Meetings (6 folders) (incl. 4 5 ¼ inch diskettes), n.d., 1990-1995

 File — Multiple Containers
Summary: From the Series: This series documents the activities of the Boston Foundation's Persistent Poverty Project in outreach activities and internal administration. All subseries contain 5 ¼ inch diskettes; researchers should note that Archives staff was unable to check the contents of these disks. Executive Staff documents the work of the Project's individual staff members, including executive directors Tony Wagner, Wendy Puriefoy, and Charlotte Kahn and Boston Foundation president Anna Faith Jones....
Dates: n.d., 1990-1995

Retreats (16 folders) (incl. 3 5 ¼ inch diskettes), n.d., 1991-1999

 File — Multiple Containers
Summary: From the Series: This series documents the activities of the Boston Foundation's Persistent Poverty Project in outreach activities and internal administration. All subseries contain 5 ¼ inch diskettes; researchers should note that Archives staff was unable to check the contents of these disks. Executive Staff documents the work of the Project's individual staff members, including executive directors Tony Wagner, Wendy Puriefoy, and Charlotte Kahn and Boston Foundation president Anna Faith Jones....
Dates: n.d., 1991-1999

Notes (4 folders), n.d., 1991-1998

 File — Multiple Containers
Summary: From the Series: This series documents the products, projects, and partnerships of the Persistent Poverty Project. The Project not only created its own working groups and publications, but was frequently invited into initiatives being worked on by other groups. The Project was the author of several publications, including In The Midst of Plenty, In Our Own Words, and To Make Our City Whole, as well as shorter publications like White Poverty in Boston and Single Parents and Poverty in Boston. Researchers should...
Dates: n.d., 1991-1998

Workplan, 1996

 File — Multiple Containers
Summary: From the Series: This series documents the products, projects, and partnerships of the Persistent Poverty Project. The Project not only created its own working groups and publications, but was frequently invited into initiatives being worked on by other groups. The Project was the author of several publications, including In The Midst of Plenty, In Our Own Words, and To Make Our City Whole, as well as shorter publications like White Poverty in Boston and Single Parents and Poverty in Boston. Researchers should...
Dates: 1996

Workplan, n.d., 1996

 File — Multiple Containers
Summary: From the Series: This series documents the products, projects, and partnerships of the Persistent Poverty Project. The Project not only created its own working groups and publications, but was frequently invited into initiatives being worked on by other groups. The Project was the author of several publications, including In The Midst of Plenty, In Our Own Words, and To Make Our City Whole, as well as shorter publications like White Poverty in Boston and Single Parents and Poverty in Boston. Researchers should...
Dates: n.d., 1996

Robert Moses, n.d., 1991-1993

 File — Multiple Containers
Summary: From the Series: This series documents the activities of the Boston Foundation's Persistent Poverty Project in outreach activities and internal administration. All subseries contain 5 ¼ inch diskettes; researchers should note that Archives staff was unable to check the contents of these disks. Executive Staff documents the work of the Project's individual staff members, including executive directors Tony Wagner, Wendy Puriefoy, and Charlotte Kahn and Boston Foundation president Anna Faith Jones....
Dates: n.d., 1991-1993

Success Measures Project, c. 2000

 File — Box: 20
Summary: From the Series: This series documents the involvement of the Boston Persistent Poverty Project with both local and national organizations. Local groups were often involved in data-gathering or data analysis for the Project or with publicizing the results of the Project's work. Larger national organizations, like the Annie E. Casey Foundation or the Urban Institute, gave grant funds to the Project and involved the Project in their own poverty initiatives via subcontracting or data-sharing. This series includes...
Dates: c. 2000

Draft, 1997

 File — Box: 20
Summary: From the Series: This series documents the products, projects, and partnerships of the Persistent Poverty Project. The Project not only created its own working groups and publications, but was frequently invited into initiatives being worked on by other groups. The Project was the author of several publications, including In The Midst of Plenty, In Our Own Words, and To Make Our City Whole, as well as shorter publications like White Poverty in Boston and Single Parents and Poverty in Boston. Researchers should...
Dates: 1997

General (2 folders), 1995

 File — Multiple Containers
Summary: From the Series: This series documents the products, projects, and partnerships of the Persistent Poverty Project. The Project not only created its own working groups and publications, but was frequently invited into initiatives being worked on by other groups. The Project was the author of several publications, including In The Midst of Plenty, In Our Own Words, and To Make Our City Whole, as well as shorter publications like White Poverty in Boston and Single Parents and Poverty in Boston. Researchers should...
Dates: 1995

YWCA Boston, 1995

 File — Box: 20
Summary: From the Series: This series documents the involvement of the Boston Persistent Poverty Project with both local and national organizations. Local groups were often involved in data-gathering or data analysis for the Project or with publicizing the results of the Project's work. Larger national organizations, like the Annie E. Casey Foundation or the Urban Institute, gave grant funds to the Project and involved the Project in their own poverty initiatives via subcontracting or data-sharing. This series includes...
Dates: 1995

WGBH Educational Foundation, n.d.

 File — Box: 20
Summary: From the Series: This series documents the involvement of the Boston Persistent Poverty Project with both local and national organizations. Local groups were often involved in data-gathering or data analysis for the Project or with publicizing the results of the Project's work. Larger national organizations, like the Annie E. Casey Foundation or the Urban Institute, gave grant funds to the Project and involved the Project in their own poverty initiatives via subcontracting or data-sharing. This series includes...
Dates: n.d.

Women's Educational and Industrial Union, 1988-1999

 File — Box: 20
Summary: From the Series: This series documents the involvement of the Boston Persistent Poverty Project with both local and national organizations. Local groups were often involved in data-gathering or data analysis for the Project or with publicizing the results of the Project's work. Larger national organizations, like the Annie E. Casey Foundation or the Urban Institute, gave grant funds to the Project and involved the Project in their own poverty initiatives via subcontracting or data-sharing. This series includes...
Dates: 1988-1999