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Julius B. Richmond Papers 1941-2004; bulk 1968-1997
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Box | Folder Title
 
Series 6: Head Start, 1964-2000 [series]:
 
Origination and Beginnings [subseries]:
27 5-9
Memos, 1964-1969
109 9
Communities in Action: A Report on Project Head Start, Annual Meeting, American Academy of Pediatrics, Chicago, 1965 Oct 24
28 4
Newsletters, 1965-1966
26 7-14
Correspondence, 1965-1967
27 11
Newspaper and Magazine Clippings, 1965-1975
27 12-22
Reports, 1965-1975
28
Daily Planners, 1965-1969
109 10
Communities in Action: A Report on Project Head Start by Richmond (from Pediatrics, vol. 37, no. 6), 1966 June
27 10
Reprints, 1967-1969
27 1-4
Correspondence, 1968-1977
28 5-6
Descriptive Report of Programs, 1968
 
Subject Files, Post-Directorship [subseries]:
28 7
Improvement and Innovation, 1973
109 11
Presentation, Head Start, Ten Years Later: What Have We Learned? (slides), 1974 May 9
109 12
Children Today, vol. 9, no. 3, 1980 May-June
38 15
Head Start Report, 1980 Oct 23
109 13
Phases of the Head Start Program, 1981
109 14-15
Correspondence, Betty Caldwell, University of Arkansas (audiotape; slides), 1982-1992
109 16
Celebration, 20th Anniversary, 1985 May 16
109 17
Presentation, The Head Start Program: Leadership for Child Development in America, 1986 Apr 2
109 18
Paper, Head Start: Evolution of a Successful Comprehensive Child Development Program (Milton Kotelchuck and Richmond), 1986 July 1
109 19
Head Start: Evolution of a Successful Comprehensive Child Development Program by Milton Kotelchuck and Richmond (from Pediatrics, vol. 79, no. 3), 1987 Mar
109 20
Working Paper for Presentation, 1988 Mar 28
109 21
Conference, 17th Annual Training, Founding Father's and Early Directors Forum, San Antonio, TX, 1990 Mar 30
109 22
Executive Summary, 1990 Mar
109 23
Meeting, Action for Boston Community Development, Inc., 1990 May 4
109 24
Meeting, 25 Years of Head Start, Wheelock College, Boston, 1990 Oct 21
109 25
Pediatric News, 1990
109 26
National Research Conference, Washington, D.C., 1991 June 25
109 27
Presentation, Betty Caldwell, 1992 Dec 16
109 28
Reginald S. Lourie Center for Infants and Young Children, 1992
109 29
Improve Head Start to Help Prevent Violence (Hiro Yoshikawa), 1993
109 30
Quality and Expansion, 1993
109 31-32
Papers, Expansion and Future of Program, 1993; 1995
109 33
Creating a 21st Century Head Start, Final Report, 1993 Dec
109 34
National Head Start Association, Proposal, Museum as a Resource, 1994 May
109 35
Focus Group, Program Performance Standards, Washington, D.C., 1994 Dec 9
109 36
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Head Start Act, 1994
109 37
Birthday Celebration, 30 Years in Maryland, Baltimore, 1995 Oct 2
109 38
National Head Start Association 30th Anniversary, 1965-1995, 1995
109 39
Correspondence, 1995
109 40
Information Kit, 1995-1996
109 41-42
3rd National Research Conference, Washington, D.C., 1996 June 20-23
109 43
Publications and Promotional Material, 1996
109 44
Planned Dissertation (Andrea Schuman), 1996-1997
109 45
Judge Baker Children's Center, Study Group on Adult Support and Development in Head Start, 1998 Feb 3
109 46
National Head Start Association, Correspondence, 1998-1999
109 47
National Bureau of Economic Research, Working Paper Series: Longer Term Effects of Head Start, 2000 Dec
109 48
Quotes, [undated]
28 1-3
Reports, [undated]
28-31
Publications, reports, and collected studies, 1965-1970