Raymond Peck Papers
Scope and Content
The Raymond Peck Papers includes the following subjects: teacher education and certification, school financing, teachers and World War II, and Labor and Politics. Materials include constitutions, minutes, bulletains, financial statements, publications, and miscellaneous materials from Peck.
- 1937 - 1968
- Peck, Raymond (Person)
Collection is open for research.
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Raymond Peck, born in 1893, served the Ohio Federation of Teachers as President, Executive Secretary-Treasurer, and Legislative Lobbyist. Mr. Peck was also a Vice President of the American Federation of Teachers.
1.5 Linear Feet (3 MB)
Language of Materials
Correspondence, minutes, financial statements, and bulletins collected by Mr. Peck, who served the Ohio Federation of Teachers as president, executive secretary-treasurer, and legislative lobbyist. He was also a vice-president of the American Federation of Teachers. The collection reflects concern with such problems as teacher education and certification, school financing, labor, and politics.
Folders are arranged alphabetically by topic and listed by their location within each box.
The papers of Raymond Peck were deposited with the Archives of Labor History and Urban Affairs in November 1968 by Mrs. Peck and Mrs. Dorothy Matheny.
Processed and finding aid written by MB in January, 1969.
- Raymond Peck Papers
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