CORNELIUS E. GALLAGHER COLLECTION
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Box 34: Bayonne - Rail Plan (n. d., 1962-1968) - Elizabeth - Internal Revenue Service Office (1967-1968).

F 1 - 3: Bayonne - Rail Plan and Mass Transit (n. d., 1962-1968).

Topics and document types include statements; booklet; fact sheet; resolution; news clippings; various correspondence dealing with rail service and rapid transit; correspondence regarding the Aldene Plan to exclude Bayonne from a Rapid Rail Transit Plan; pamphlet; reports; memorandums; news releases; PATH connection linking Bayonne and New York City; "Aldene Plan Commuter Report," New Jersey State Highway Department, November 1966; rail transit survey; federal funding; and rail link between New Jersey, New York, and Connecticut. Correspondents include Richard J. Hughes (F 1); United States Housing and Home Finance Agency (F 1); Port of New York Authority (F 2, 3); New Jersey Department of Transportation (F 3); U. S. Department of Labor (F 3); Harrison A. Williams, Jr. (F 3); Bayonne Chamber of Commerce and Tax Research Council (F 1, 3); Dominick A. Mercatelli (F 2, 3); and Theodore Conrad (F 1, 2).

F 4: Bayonne - St. Andrews Drum and Bugle Corps (1967-1971).

Topics and document types include correspondence dealing with competition, federal funding, and acquisition of a bus; and group was also called the Bridgemen Drum and Bugle Corps. Correspondents include Richard J. Hughes; William Musto; Jack Clougher; and National Federation on the Arts and the Humanities.

F 5: Bayonne - Schools (1963-1969, 1971-1972).

Topics and document types include correspondence dealing with school funding and federal assistance; Congressional Record excerpt; booklet; bulletins; Federal financial assistance application; correspondence regarding a pre-school for brain injured children; free breakfasts; proposals; press releases; journal article; and correspondence and payments received dealing with P. L. 874 providing federal assistance for schools. Correspondents include United States Department of Health, Education and Welfare, Office of Education; Bayonne Economic Research Council; New Jersey State Department of Education; Mrs. Harvey (Gloria) Birne; United States Office of Economic Opportunity; Clarence J. Brown, Jr.; and James J. Howard (press releases).

F 6: Bayonne - Shoreline Cleanup (1972).

Correspondents include Bayonne Citizens for Clean Water Committee.

F 7: Bayonne - Ukranian Orthodox Church of Saint Sophia (1962-1963, 1965).

Topics and document types include Congressional Record remarks; 25th anniversary program; and various correspondence.

F 8: Bayonne - Urban Renewal (n. d., 1964-1968).

Topics and document types include news clippings; Midtown Urban Renewal Project; report; resolution; news release; and various correspondence dealing with housing issues. Correspondents include Housing and Home Finance Agency; and United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (news release).

F 9: Bayonne - Urban Renewal - Code Enforcement Program (n. d., 1967-1969).

Topics and document types include various correspondence dealing with Code Enforcement Program; and resolution. Correspondents include U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (news release); U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, Region II; and John E. Rossiter.

F 10: Bethlehem Steel (n. d., 1959-1962).

Topics and document types include Congressional Record remarks; speech notes; press release; resolution; news clippings; various correspondence dealing with labor practices at Bethlehem Steel shipyards; legal suit between Bethlehem Steel and Industrial Union of Marine and Shipbuilding Workers of America; correspondence dealing with missile tracking stations; and pamphlet. Correspondents include Dominick V. Daniels; Industrial Union of Marine and Shipbuilding Workers of America; National Labor Relations Board; United States Department of the Air Force; Military Sea Transport Service; United States Department of the Navy; and United States Department of Defense.

F 11: Business and Industry (1961, 1964-1965, 1968-1969, 1971).

Topics and document types include news clippings; Congressional Record remarks; news releases; various correspondence dealing with contracts for industry related jobs; and proposed nuclear plant with sketches by Westinghouse Electric Corporation and General Electric Company. Correspondents include Ford Motor Company (news release); United States Department of Defense; United States Department of the Army; and Public Service Electric and Gas Company (news release).

F 12: Camp Kilmer (n. d., 1965, 1969-1970).

Topics and document types include news clippings; various correspondence; articles concerning education programs offered at Camp Kilmer, a former Army installation center; proposal to use facility for Project Link, a non-profit, non-denominational educational program; and discussion of Job Corps. Correspondents include United States Department of the Army.

F 13 - 18: Caven Point (n. d., 1957-1966, 1968-1972).

Folders contain statements; reports; fact sheets; various correspondence dealing with inactivation of Caven Point Army Terminal and diversion of cargo operations; press releases; news clippings; newsletters; correspondence regarding loss of jobs if Caven Point is inactivated; Congressional Record remarks; correspondence concerning diversion of cargo from Port of New York to southern seaports and consolidation of military districts; correspondence dealing with possible use of Caven Point facilities by the Port of New York Authority; concerns involving Northern Metals Company of Philadelphia handling cargo at Caven Point; removal of civilian guards; environmental statement; New Jersey Turnpike Authority expense of Caven Point improvement; relocation of the Washington Market from New York City to Caven Point; copy and re: H. R. 12834 to convey Caven Point Army Terminal to New Jersey Public Market Commission; sale of Caven Point and surplus property; Army reserve training center at Caven Point; copy of H. R. 7332 and H. R. 1117 to permit disposal of surplus property; anti-ballistic missile system at Caven Point; and incinerator construction at Caven Point. Correspondents include United States Department of the Army (F 13-18); Carl Vinson (F 14-16); International Longshoremen's Association (F 14, 17); Charles S. Witkowski, Mayor of Jersey City (F 13, 14); Vincent J. Dellay (F 13, 14); Port of New York Authority (F 14); International Longshoremen's Association Independent, Jersey City (F 14); Dominick V. Daniels (F 14, 15); New Jersey Turnpike Authority (F 14, 16); United States Department of Defense (F 14, 16-18); F. Edward Hebert (F 15); New Jersey State Department of Conservation and Economic Development (F 15); Frank C. Osmers, Jr. (F 16); Thomas Gangemi (F 16); Clifford P. Case (F 16); Jack Brooks (F 17); and General Services Administration (F 17, 18).

F 19 - 20: Central New Jersey Railroad (n. d., 1962, 1965, 1969-1972).

Topics and document types include safety and environmental concerns dealing with the railroad; resolutions; press release; news releases; reorganization of Central New Jersey Railroad; finance dockets and court orders for the railroad at sessions of the Interstate Commerce Commission; news clippings; and various correspondence dealing with concerns over closing of the Central New Jersey Railroad drawbridge. Correspondents include Richard J. Hughes (F 19); Port of New York Authority (F 19); United States Coast Guard (F 19); United States Department of Transportation (F 19); Central Railroad Company of New Jersey (F 19, 20); and Interstate Commerce Commission (F 19,20).

F 21: Disaster Relief (1965, 1968, 1971-1972).

Topics and document types include news clippings; various correspondence regarding flood disaster relief and plan; statement; and newsletter. Correspondents include United States Office of Emergency Planning; United States Office of Emergency Preparedness; and Defense Civil Preparedness Agency.

F 22: Earle Ammunition Pier (1962).

Folder contains correspondence dealing with procurement of lumber for the pier. Correspondents include United States Army Corps of Engineers; and United States Bureau of Naval Weapons.

F 23: Educational Television (1961).

Folder contains correspondence regarding New Jersey Channel 13 as an educational television service. Correspondents include National Educational Television and Radio Center; and Robert B. Meyner (statement).

F 24: Elizabeth (1966-1972).

Topics and document types include urban renewal projects; news clippings; manpower training programs; resolutions; housing and occupancy; Elizabeth civic issues; air traffic; Camp Kilmer Job Corps Center equipment disposal; pamphlets; and 1971 Union County annual report. Correspondents include Thomas G. Dunn, Mayor; Hubert H. Humphrey; and United States Office of Emergency Preparedness.

F 25: Elizabeth - Alexian Brothers Hospital (1970).

Topics and document types include construction and expansion of Alexian Brothers Hospital by Gerard Joseph Oakley of Teaneck, architect; and news clippings. Correspondents include Alexian Brothers Hospital; and United States Department of Health, Education and Welfare.

F 26: Elizabeth - C.A.F.E.O. - Anti-Poverty (1967-1970).

Topics and document types include correspondence dealing with anti-poverty programs and actions in regards to Community Action for Economic Opportunity, Inc.; news clippings; and C.A.F.E.O. funding and termination. Correspondents include C.A.F.E.O.

F 27: Elizabeth - Daily Journal (1966-1969, 1971-1972).

Topics and document types include inclusion of Elizabeth and Linden in the Standard Metropolitan Area Title study; various features highlighted in the Daily Journal and possible news stories; news clippings; and editorial. Correspondents include Daily Journal; United States Bureau of the Budget; and Joseph S. Jennings, Editor.

F 28: Elizabeth - Democratic Party (n. d., 1966, 1968).

Topics and document types include news clippings; correspondence dealing with Elizabeth civic issues; and support for Robert F. Kennedy's presidential nomination. Correspondents include Thomas G. Dunn; and Robert F. Kennedy.

F 29: Elizabeth - Education (n. d., 1966-1967, 1969, 1971-1972).

Topics and document types include School-Community Center facility; head start; funding; booklets; and news clippings. Correspondents include Elizabeth, New Jersey Board of Education; and Carl D. Perkins.

F 30: Elizabeth - Flood Control/Insurance (1965-1972).

Topics and document types include "Elizabeth River Basin, New Jersey," United States Government Printing Office, July 1965; various correspondence dealing with flood control and insurance issues in Elizabeth; resolutions; news clippings; memorandum; National Flood Insurance Program; Associated Press news releases; New Jersey state flood disaster resulting from Hurricane Doria, August 27-28, 1971; Department of Army civil works budget request; Army Corps of Engineers Flood Control Project; and press release. Correspondents include Thomas G. Dunn, Mayor; and U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.

F 31: Elizabeth - Head Start (1968-1969).

Topics and document types include funding for Head Start; and correspondence regarding Summer Head Start Program. Correspondents include Office of Economic Opportunity, Northeast Regional Office.

F 32: Elizabeth - Housing Authority (1967-1972).

Topics and document types include low-rent housing; news release; reports; housing for elderly; news clippings; Elizabeth Housing Authority personnel salary increases; memorandums; resolutions; and air pollution control requirements and incinerators. Correspondents include U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, Housing Assistance Administration; New York Department of Housing and Urban Development; and J. William Farley, Jr., Elizabeth Housing Authority.

F 33: Elizabeth - Internal Revenue Service Office (1967-1968).

Topics and document types include closing of the Internal Revenue Service office in Elizabeth; memorandums; resolution; news clippings; and fact sheet. Correspondents include U. S. Treasury Department, Internal Revenue Service; and Union County Board of Chosen Freeholders.

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