Queen’s Chapel Civic Association Collection, 1965-1995

Queen’s Chapel Civic Association Collection, 1965-1995

Finding Aid

Collection No. 105 (1.5 Linear Feet)
D.C. Community Archives

Provenance

The collection was donated in 1996, by Richard Teasley, President of the Queen’s Chapel Civic Association, and Ophelia C. Daniel, a former officer.                                    

History

On Sept. 14, 1965, the Brookland Civic Association ceded the area bounded by Sargent Road NE, Eastern Avenue, Michigan Avenue, NE, and South Dakota Avenue NE, to the newly formed Queen’s Chapel Civic Accusation. The group’s goal was to “work for the betterment of our area and the community at large with: presentation of informative speakers; publication of the Civic Seer; maintaining close relationships with the Fifth District, the D.C. Federation of Civic Associations, and with schools.”

Scope and Content Note

The collection consists of meeting minutes, administrative materials, community newsletters and announcements, correspondence, and legal documents. The collection is divided into three series:
  1. Organizational Information
  2. Community Issues
  3. Civic Organizations

Series Descriptions

Series I: Organizational Information

This series contains the organization’s constitution and bylaws, corporate reports, administrative materials, newsletters, meeting minutes and correspondence.

Series II: Community Issues

This series includes correspondence, announcements and publications concerning community issues such as crime, traffic and transportation, public works, education and elections.

Series III: Civic Organizations

This series contains information and publications from other local civic and community organizations.

Restrictions

There are no restrictions on this collection.

Box List

Series I: Organizational Information

Box 1

FF1 Constitution, By-Laws, and Corporate Reports, 1965-1986
FF2 Budgets and reports, 1969-1984
FF3 Administrative materials, 1977-1989
FF4 Trips and outings, 1967-1994
FF5 Announcements, 1967-1977, 1994
FF6 Retirement party for Mr. Dulaney, Postman, 1972
FF7 The Civic Seer Newsletter, 1966-1981
FF8 The Civic Seer Newsletter, 1981-1986
FF9 The Civic Seer Newsletter, 1986-1991
FF10 The Civic Seer Newsletter, 1991-1994

Box 2

FF1 Meeting Minutes, 1965-1969
FF2 Executive Committee Minutes, 1968-1970, 1992-1995
FF3 Vice President Teasley, 1993-1995
FF4 Rev. David Turner, 1989-1995
FF5 Officers and Block Captains, 1967-1995
FF6 Correspondence, 1968-1971
FF7 Miscellaneous, 1971-1990

Series II: Community Issues

 

FF8  Fort Lincoln, 1968-1971
FF9 Crime, 1968-1989
FF10 Public Works, 1993

Box 3

FF1 C&P Telephone Co., 1985-1992
FF2 PEPCO, 1979-1992
FF3 Traffic and Transportation, 1967-1968, 1975, 1994
FF4 Pollution, 1968
FF5 Elections, 1968-1989
FF6 Education, 1969-1995
FF7 Capital Improvement Program, 1971
FF8 Public Hearings, 1971, 1985
FF9 Zoning, 1973-1974, 1994
FF10 Cancer, 1989
FF11 Events, 1989-1993
FF12 People’s Counsel, 1990, 1992
FF13  Correspondence, 1968-1988

Series III: Civic Organizations

FF14 Civic Organizations, 1977, n.d.
FF15 D.C. Federation of Civic Organizations, 1969-1989
FF16 Advisory Neighborhood Commission, 5A, 1975-1984
FF17 Advisory Neighborhood Commission, 5B, 1988
FF18 Ward 5, 1987, n.d.
FF19 Service Area 2, 1973
FF20 AARP Brookland Woodbridge Chapter, 1977
FF21 Metro Women’s Democratic Club, 1967
FF22 Upper Northeast News, 1969, 1971
FF23 Northeast Washington Star, 1989
FF24 D.C. Government, 1967-1985
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Compiled by Rachel Telford, March 2007

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D.C. Community Archives
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Washington, D.C.  20001
202-727-1213

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