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Item 12

 Container

Contains 4 Collections and/or Records:

Public Lighting Commission, 1966

 File — Item: 12, Folder: 31
Scope and Content The Mel Ravitz Collection offers a rich source of documentation on the momentous changes engulfing Detroit and other large, northern industrial cities during the latter half of the twentieth century and local attempts to deal with the far-reaching social and economic problems arising from these changes. The papers reflect not only the turbulent history of Detroit politics during those years, but Dr. Ravitz’s professional and scholarly interest in community participation in redevelopment...

Public Works Department, 1966

 File — Item: 12, Folder: 33
Scope and Content The Mel Ravitz Collection offers a rich source of documentation on the momentous changes engulfing Detroit and other large, northern industrial cities during the latter half of the twentieth century and local attempts to deal with the far-reaching social and economic problems arising from these changes. The papers reflect not only the turbulent history of Detroit politics during those years, but Dr. Ravitz’s professional and scholarly interest in community participation in redevelopment...

Recorder’s Court, 1966

 File — Item: 12, Folder: 35
Scope and Content The Mel Ravitz Collection offers a rich source of documentation on the momentous changes engulfing Detroit and other large, northern industrial cities during the latter half of the twentieth century and local attempts to deal with the far-reaching social and economic problems arising from these changes. The papers reflect not only the turbulent history of Detroit politics during those years, but Dr. Ravitz’s professional and scholarly interest in community participation in redevelopment...

Resolutions, Ravitz, 1966

 File — Item: 12, Folder: 37
Scope and Content The Mel Ravitz Collection offers a rich source of documentation on the momentous changes engulfing Detroit and other large, northern industrial cities during the latter half of the twentieth century and local attempts to deal with the far-reaching social and economic problems arising from these changes. The papers reflect not only the turbulent history of Detroit politics during those years, but Dr. Ravitz’s professional and scholarly interest in community participation in redevelopment...