05. Institutional Records
Found in 27 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: 05 ##nuc
Scope and Contents This collection contains the annual reports of Pennsylvania non-profit organizations, committees, and other government entities submitted to the Office of the Speaker of the House. The Speakers during that time were John Perzel (2005-2006) and Dennis O'Brien (2007-2008.)
Scope and Contents The Benjamin Franklin Symposium was created in the 1975-1976 Regular Session with House Resolution 250. The first symposium was held January 17-19, 1977. To quote a 1977 editorial release for KDKA Radio 1020: "This year Pennsylvania's lawmakers will attempt to get a broader perspective on some of the long-range problems facing the state before they get down to their immediate nuts and bolts business. All 253 members of the legislature have been invited to participate in a three-day symposium...
Identifier: 05 CA
Scope and Contents The Calendar and Amendment Room serves the Pennsylvania House of Representatives under the supervision of the Office of the Chief Clerk. This office is responsible for maintaining the original records of the proceedings of the House, which includes keeping detailed and comprehensive files of each session day and compiling the daily House Calendar and House voting schedule. In addition to these things, the Calendar and Amendment Room also handles the filing of bills and resolutions, the...
Scope and Contents These were items found in the Chief Clerk's Office that are no longer in use. This collection helps tell the greater story of different Members' districts over time at the two cameras help tell the story of technological advancement.
Identifier: 05 ##i1w
Scope and Contents A bill analysis is a brief summary of the purpose, content and effect of a proposed measure or amendment for the committee and Floor proceedings. It reflects the sponsor’s intent with regards to the bill or amendment. The Bill Analyses from the 1981-1982 Session contain summaries, correspondence, and notes.
Scope and Contents The Gettysburg Monuments Project Collection contains documents related to the efforts of the Gettysburg Monuments Project to preserve and rehabilitate the memorials honoring the soldiers who fought at Gettysburg through fundraising, awareness, and education. The collection consists primarily of correspondence - printed emails and letters. Series regarding fundraisers, events, specific monuments, and grants are also contained in the collection. This collection is an addition to the papers...
Scope and Contents The Gettysburg Monuments Project Collection contains documents related to� the efforts of the Gettysburg Monuments Project to preserve and rehabilitate the memorials honoring the soldiers who fought at Gettysburg through fundraising, awareness, and education. The collection consists primarily of correspondence - printed emails and letters. The majority of correspondence within the collection concerns Representative Harry Readshaw and his Legislative Assistant Kathi Schue. Additionally, it...