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Bi-Partisan Juvenile Court Committee
1946 – 1979
1 mss box
Manuscripts & Rare Books Division
Indiana State Library
Processed by: Unknown
Revised by: Brent Abercrombie, February 2012
The Bi-Partisan Juvenile Court Committee formed in 1936. The purpose of the organization was to promote the practice and philosophy of rehabilitation and redirection of minors in the court systems. Members petitioned leaders of both political parties to support candidates for Judge of Juvenile Courts who favored rehabilitation of minors as opposed to general incarceration.
Information found within the collection.
The collection consists of correspondence, rosters, meeting minutes, and publications relating to the Bi-Partisan Juvenile Court Committee.
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1. Correspondence 1950 – 1959
2. Correspondence 1960 – 1969
3. Correspondence 1971 – 1979, No Date
4. Member Rosters, Attendance Lists, 1950 – 1975, No Date
5. History/By – Laws of Committee
6. Press Releases Relating to Committee
7. Committee Financial Papers, 1946 – 1975
8. Committee’s Publicity and Political Campaigns
10. Candidate Biographical Sketches, Interviews
11. Committee Meeting Minutes 1948 – 1957
12. Committee Meeting Minutes 1958 – 1969
13. Committee Meeting Minutes 1970 – 1975
Size of Collection: 1 box, 13 folders
Collection Dates: 1946 – 1979
Provenance: Roberta Nicholson February 22, 1979
Access : The collection is open for research use
Reproduction Rights: Permission to reproduce, exhibit, or publish material in this collection must be obtained from the Manuscripts and Rare Books Division, Indiana State Library.
Language: Materials are entirely in English
Alternate Formats: None