CORNELIUS E. GALLAGHER COLLECTION
Box and Folder Inventory
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Box 33: Small Business Administration Loan to Union County Development Corporation (April 4, 1972) - Bayonne-Post Office (1964-1967, 1970-1972).

F 1: Small Business Administration Loan to Union County Development Corporation (April 4, 1972).

F 2: Law Enforcement Assistance Grant (April 5, 1972).

F 3: Labor Grant for Job Training in Elizabeth (April 6, 1972).

F 4: Gallagher's Response to Indictment (April 11, 1972).

F 5: GSA Contract to Fulton Marker Equipment (April 13, 1972).

F 6: Personal Privilege (April 8, 1972).

F 7: Gallagher on Indictment and Charges (April 19, 1972).

Congressional Record excerpt.

F 8: Hearings on US China Policy (April 21, 1972).

F 9: Revenue Sharing (April 21, 1972).

F 10: HEW Grant to Elizabeth General Hospital (May 1, 1972).

F 11: Death of J. Edgar Hoover (May 2, 1972).

F 12: Administration Sort Changed Cancer Program (May 2, 1972).

F 13: Re-certification of Urban Renewal in Jersey City (May 2, 1972).

F 14: Opening Statements on China Hearings (May 2, 3, 4, 1972).

F 15: HUD Grant to Elizabeth Housing Authority (May 3, 1972).

F 16: Small Business Administration Loan to Economy Hotel and Restaurant Purveyors (May 4, 1972).

F 17: Programs for Educationally Disadvantaged Children (May 4, 1972).

F 18: Attention of FBI (May 5, 1972).

F 19: Plight of Russian Jews (May 5, 1972).

F 20: Invasion of Privacy and Labor Movement (May 6, 1972).

F 21: National Right to Read Grant to New Jersey City State College (May 9, 1972).

F 22: Attention of FBI (May 10, 1972).

Congressional Record excerpt.

F 23: HEW Grant to Improve Radio Station WGBO in Newark (May 10, 1972).

F 24: Impact of U.S. - China Policy on Japan (May 10, 1972).

F 25: Raising Minimum Wage (May 11, 1972).

F 26: HEW Grant for Head Start in Union County (May 11, 1972).

F 27: HEW Grants for College Work Study and Educational Opportunity (May 12, 1972).

F 28: Gallagher Joins Nader to Appeal Agricultural Ruling (May 12, 1972).

Correspondents include Edward I. Koch.

F 29: Labor Grant to Train Jobless in New York and New Jersey (May 12, 1972).

F 30: Caven Point (May 12, 1972).

F 31: Impact of US - China Policy on Japan (May 15, 1972).

F 32: HEW Grant to Elizabeth City Board of Education (May 15, 1972).

F 33: Handgun Control (May 16, 1972).

Congressional Record excerpt.

F 34: Impact of US - China Policy on Japan (May 16, 1972).

F 35: Shooting of George Wallace (May 16, 1972).

F 36: HUD Grant to New Jersey Department of Community Affairs (May 17, 1972).

F 37: HEW Grant to Head Start in Hoboken (May 30, 1972).

F 38: HUD Grant to Jersey City for Planning Assistance (June 1, 1972).

F 39: HEW Grant for Youth Development of Puerto Rican Community of Jersey City (June 12, 1972).

F 40: HUD Grant for Housing in Jersey City (June 13, 1972).

F 41: HUD Grant to Jersey City Redevelopment Agency (June 15, 1972).

F 42: HEW Grant to Bayonne Board of Education (June 19, 1972).

F 43: HEW Grant for Head Start in Bayonne (June 19, 1972).

F 44: HUD Grant for Apartments for Elderly in Bayonne (June 20, 1972).

F 45: HEW Grant of Impacted Area Funds to Elizabeth Board of Education (June 22, 1972).

F 46: OEO Grant for Family Planning in Bayonne (June 26, 1972).

F 47: OEO Grant for Planned Parenthood of Hudson County (June 27, 1972).

F 48: OEO Grant to Puerto Rican Community of Jersey City (June 27, 1972).

F 49: OEO Grant for youth program in Jersey City (June 26, 1972).

F 50: OEO Grant to the Union County Anti-Poverty Council (June 27, 1972).

F 51: EPA Grant for Air Pollution Control in New Jersey (June 28, 1972).

F 52: HEW Grant to Work Study Program at St. Peter's College (June 28, 1972).

F 53: HUD Grant to Arlington Park in Jersey City (June 29, 1972).

F 54: EPA Grant to ESSO Research and Engineering in Linden (June 30, 1972).

F 55: HEW Grant to St. Peter's College for Educational Opportunity (June 30, 1972).

F 56: OEO Grant to Puerto Rican Congress of New Jersey (June 30, 1972).

F 57: HEW Grant to Nursing School at St. Francis Hospital in Trenton (July 1, 1972).

F 58: HUD Grant to Elizabeth for City Planning (July 7, 1972).

F 59: HUD Grant to Jersey City Division of Planning (July 7, 1972).

F 60: Labor Grant to Neighborhood Youth Corps of Hudson County (July 7, 1972).

F 61: Law Enforcement Assistance Grant to New Jersey Law Enforcement Planning Agency (July 13, 1972).

F 62: HUD Grant to Elizabeth for Urban Renewal (July 13, 1972).

F 63: HUD Grant to Bayonne for Urban Renewal (July 13, 1972).

F 64: HUD Grant to Jersey City for Urban Renewal of Montgomery Street (July 15, 1972).

F 65: HEW Grant for Head Start in Elizabeth (July 14, 1972).

F 66: HEW Grant for Head Start in Jersey City (July 15, 1972).

F 67: HEW Grant for School of Nursing at Elizabeth General Hospital (July 17, 1972).

F 68: Labor Grant for Job Training in Jersey City (July 21, 1972).

F 69: Labor Grants to Neighborhood Youth Corps in Bayonne and Jersey City (July 21, 1972).

F 70: OEO Grant to New Jersey Department of Community Affairs (July 26, 1972).

F 71: NIH Grant to New Jersey Dental School (August 1, 1972).

F 72: Farmers Home Administration Assistance to New Jersey Farmers Due to Hurricane Agnes (August 1, 1972).

F 73: Repair Governors Island Sanitary Sewage System (August 4, 1972).

F 74: HEW Grant to New Jersey Regional Day Abuse Agency in Jersey City (August 4, 1972).

F 75: OEO Grant to Jersey City Department of Community Affairs (August 10, 1972).

F 76: HUD Grant for Community Improvement in Rahway (August 11, 1972).

F 77: Small Business Administration Loans to Farmers in Hudson and Union Counties Affected by Hurricane Agnes (August 16, 1972).

F 78: Army Corps of Engineers Grant for Flood Control in New Jersey's 13th District (August 31, 1972).

F 79: Establish Thaddeus Kosciusko Home as National Historic Site (September 8, 1972).

F 80: Social Security Increase and Impact on Public Assistance (September 12, 1972).

F 81: EPA Grant to New Jersey for Water Pollution Programs (September 26, 1972).

F 82: OEO Grant to Jersey City Housing Authority for Emergency Food and Medical Services (September 29, 1972).

F 83: OEO Grant to Hudson County Legal Service (October 5, 1972).

F 84: OEO Grant to Union County Legal Services (October 17, 1972).

F 85: OEO Grant to Jersey City Youth Development Project (October 17, 1972).

F 86: National Endowment for the Arts Grant to Jan Wedynski for Dance Program in Jersey City (October 18, 1972).

F 87: GSA Contract to R. C. Industries for Fire Extinguishers (October 19, 1972).

F 88: Labor Grant to Jersey City (October 23, 1972).

F 89: OEO Grant to Puerto Rican Community of Jersey City (November 3, 1972).

F 90: OEO Grant to Jersey City Housing Authority (November 7, 1972).

F 91: OEO Grant to Union County Anti-Poverty Council (November 9, 1972).

F 92: HUD Grant to Jersey City Model Cities Program (December 1, 1972).

F 93: HEW Grant to Head Start in Jersey City (December 7, 1972).



New Jersey Series

F 94: Airports (1964, 1966-1970).

Topics and document types include various correspondence regarding an international jetport, airports, and legislation; congressional news release regarding abandonment of Newark-Washington airshuttle; Federal Aviation Administration; news clippings; press releases; and editorial. Correspondents include New Jersey State AFL-CIO (statement); Governor's Economic Evaluation Committee for an Intercontinental Jetport for New Jersey; and Port of New York Authority (news release).

F 95: Association of Chosen Freeholders (1959).

Topics and document types include the New Jersey Association of Chosen Freeholders and New Jersey politics in relation to county, state, and federal issues; journal articles; statement; and New Jersey County Government, May 1959. Correspondents include New Jersey Association of Chosen Freeholders; and Jack Lamping.

F 96 - 97: Bayonne (1959, 1962-1972).

Topics and document types include news clippings; sale of Shooters Island; various correspondence dealing with city of Bayonne civic issues, responsibilities, and legislation; newsletter; press release; cleanup of drift and debris in the harbors and bays; loans and grants for civic improvements; possible customs port of entry; and urban renewal. Correspondents include Sargent Shriver, Office of Economic Opportunity (F 96); New Jersey Office of Economic Opportunity (F 96); John O'Connell (F 96); Federal Water Pollution Control Administration (F 97); United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (F 97); United States Bureau of Customs (F 97); Carl D. Perkins (F 97); and Environmental Protection Agency, Region II Office (F 97).

F 98: Bayonne Centennial Cancellation Stamps (1961).

Topics and document types include various correspondence regarding Bayonne Centennial Celebration cancellation stamp; and press release. Correspondents include United States Post Office Department.

F 99: Bayonne - Docks (1960-1962, 1970).

Topics and document types include news clippings; various correspondence dealing with Bayonne docks and legislation; press release; Long Docks Quay development; community development; and grants and funding for city-owned property development. Correspondents include United States Department of the Navy; United States Department of Housing and Urban Development; and Harrison A. Williams (press release).

F 100 - 101: Bayonne - Federally Funded Projects (1960-1962, 1965, 1967-1972).

Topics and document types include various correspondence dealing with Federal funding of Bayonne projects including Head Start, youth programs, New Jersey legal Services, and Planned Parenthood; news clippings; booklet; and statement. Correspondents include Neighborhood Youth Corps (F 100); Bayonne Economic Opportunity Foundation (F 100, 101); New York Office of Economic Opportunity (F 101); New Jersey Federal Housing Administration (F 101); United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (F 101); Hudson County Legal Services Corporation (F 101); and United States Office of Economic Opportunity (F 100, 101).

F 102: Bayonne - Fire Disaster (1963).

Topics and document types include news clippings; fire that began a grassfire and spread to industrial area; and Small Business Administration loans for fire damages.

F 103: Foreign Trade Zone, (1966, 1968-1969).

Topics and document types include foreign trade zones for Bayonne; journal article; news clippings; statement; and news release. Correspondents include U. S. Department of Commerce (report); United States Foreign-Trade Zones Board; and New Jersey Foreign-Trade Zone.

F 104: Bayonne-Garden State Institute of Welding (n. d., 1965-1967, 1970).

Topics and document types include establishment of Garden State Welding School; and Manpower Development and Training Act project funding for Garden State Institute of Welding in Bayonne. Correspondents include New Jersey Office of Economic Opportunity; New Jersey Department of Education; U.S. Department of Labor (news release); and United States Department of Health, Education, and Welfare.

F 105: Bayonne - Holy Family Academy (1965-1969).

Topics and document types include various correspondence regarding funding for educational project and medical facility at the Holy Family Academy; and trip and tours in Washington.

F 106: Bayonne - Housing Authority (n .d., 1959, 1962, 1967-1968, 1970-1972).

Topics and document types include various correspondence dealing with Bayonne housing issues; and reports. Correspondents include United States Department of Health, Education, and Welfare; Bayonne Housing Authority; and U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (housing contract notification).

F 107 - 108: Bayonne - Military Ocean Terminal (1965-1967, 1970-1972).

Topics and document types include various correspondence dealing with a military ocean terminal (MOT); press release; bill draft; statement; news clippings; government documents; fact sheet; correspondence concerning non-union hiring practices; bills regarding Department of Defense military construction; military construction; Congressional Record excerpt; and correspondence regarding payment by the Army to the city of Bayonne for water and sewage services. Correspondents include Untied States Department of Defense (F 107); Unites States Department of the Army; (F 107, 108); Bayonne Department of Finance (F 107); Democratic Study Group (F 108); American Federation of Government Employees (F 108); and Alton Lennon (F 108).

F 109 - 111: Bayonne - Naval Supply Center (n. d., 1959-1960, 1962-1969, 1972).

Topics and document types include news clippings; fact sheets; press release; booklet; resolutions; reports; Congressional Record remarks; statements; government documents; bills; journal article; memorandums; pamphlet; various correspondence regarding maintaining the Naval Supply Center and military base at Bayonne; personnel reduction; hiring practices; correspondence dealing with transfer of employees from the Naval Supply Center to the Military Ocean Terminal; and BY-LINE-Military Ocean Terminal, January 1969. Correspondents include United States Department of the Navy (F 109-111); United States Department of Defense (F 109-111); U. S. Naval Supply Center (F 109-111); American Federation of Government Employees (F 109, 110); Elton W. Sutherling (F 109, 110); U. S. Army R.O.T.C. (F 110); United States Department of the Army (F 110, 111); Richard J. Hughes (F 110); United States Civil Service Commission, New York Region (F 110, 111); U. S. Naval Supply Research and Development Facility (F 110); and United States Civil Service Commission (F 111).

F 112: Bayonne - Newspapers (n. d., 1961-1969, 1971-1972).

Topics and document types include various correspondence regarding Bayonne newspapers and current issues; news releases; articles; editorials; news clippings; fact sheets; and selling of Bayonne Times to the Jersey Journal of Jersey City. Correspondents include Richard J. Hughes; and Bayonne Times.

F 113: Bayonne - Police and Fire Departments (1965-1968, 1970-1971).

Topics and document types include International Firefighter, February 1965; various correspondence dealing with government surplus property; 42 hour work week with 16 hours shifts and resulting hardships; memorandum; Central Railroad Company of New Jersey storing explosives and hazardous materials in rail cars on Bayonne railroad tracks; government funding for police department equipment; and grant application. Correspondents include Bayonne Naval Supply Center; John T. Brennan, Bayonne Fire Department; United States Department of Transportation; New Jersey Department of Labor and Industry; and United States Department of the Army.

F 114: Bayonne - Post Office (1964-1967, 1970-1972).

Topics and document types include various correspondence dealing with modernization and building improvements; and correspondence regarding a collection box being placed at Back Bay Gardens Apartments. Correspondents include General Services Administration; and United States Post Office Department.

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