III.B.4. Biographical Articles III.B.6. Boards and Commissions (Agatha Davis)
Subseries III.B.5.
Board and Commissions

This subseries consists of items relating to board, commissions, councils, etc. to which Davis was nominated, appointed, or elected. Materials are arranged alphabetically by organization.


Box  Folder 

64 9 Boards and Commissions (general)
10 Aerospace Opportunities Development Centre (Advisory Board)
11 Air and Space Heritage Council
12 Air Force Historical Foundation (Board of Trustees)
American Battle Monuments Commission (see also oversized, Boxes 149 and 167)
13

Correspondence

14

Italy Inspection Trip


65 1

Photos

2

Tourism Information

3

Meetings

4

Personnel

5

Publications

6 American-Korean Foundation (Advisory Council)
7 American Police Hall of Fame and Museum (Advisory Board)
8 Arlington Co. [VA] Central Library (Campaign for Excellence Honorary Committee)
9 Arlington Co. [VA] Electoral Board
10 Arlington Co. [VA] Tenant-Landlord Commission
11 Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association (Board of Directors)
12 Aviation Hall of Fame (Board of Nominations)
13 College of Democracy (Board of Advisors)
14 Defense Manpower Commission (Consultant)
15 District of Columbia Bar (Citizen's Advisory Committee)
16 Educational Research Council (Board of Trustees)

66 1 Falcon Foundation (Board of Trustees)
2 Field of Firsts Foundation (College Park (MD) Airport; Board of Directors)
3 Flight Safety Foundation
4 FOCUS [From Opportunity Comes Ultimate Success] Group Foundation (Honorary Co-Chairperson)
5 Information Planning Associates (Board of Directors)
Manhattan Life Insurance Co (Board of Directors)
6

Correspondence

7

Directors (Listings and Biographical Information)

8

Publications

9

Retirement from Board (May 15, 1985)

10

Social Events


67 1 National Air and Space Museum (NASM Trophy Selection Committee)
2 National Air and Space Museum (Public Programming Advisory Committee)
3

Informal Working Group on Minority Outreach

4 National Defense Transportation Association (Vice President at Large)
5 National Defense University Foundation (see also oversized, Box 162)
6 National Education Institute (Honorary Board of Trustees)
7 National Hazardous Materials Transportation Advisory Committee
8 National Safety Council (Board of Directors)
9 National Space Institute (Board of Directors)
10 Patterson School of Diplomacy and International Commerce (Board of Advisors)

68 1 Pearl S. Buck Foundation (Advisory Board)
2 Pepperdine University (University Board)
President's Commission on Campus Unrest (see also oversized, Boxes 149 and 167)
3

Correspondence

4

Hearings (July 24, 1970)

5

Kent State (see also oversized, Boxes 149 and 165)

6

Photo Binder

7

Newsclippings (Loose)

Newsclippings Packets

8

September 23 - October 9, 1970

9

October 12-16, 1970


69 1

October 22-23, 1970

Reports (Commission)

2

Memorandum Reports

Rhodes, Joseph, Jr. untitled report on campus unrest. (No Date).

--------. "The War in Vietnam and Its Effect on the Young." (No Date).

--------. "Preliminary Report on Disturbances at UCSB and Isla Vista." (August 25, 1970).

3

Special Reports

Survey of Campus Incidents as Interpreted by College Presidents, Faculty Chairmen and Student Body Presidents. (submitted to the Commission; October 1970).

The Killings at Jackson State. (October 1970).

4-5

Final Report - The Report of the President's Commission on Campus Unrest. (September 1970). (2 copies)

Reports (Outside Parties)

6

Academy of Religion and Mental Health. Today's Youth and Moral Values - Report of the Tenth Annual Meeting of the Academy of Religion and Mental Health. April 22-24, 1969.

7

American Council on Education. Campus Tensions: Analysis and Recommendations - Report of the Special Committee on Campus Tensions. Washington, DC; ACE, 1970.

8

California Council for the Academic Community. Principles and Procedures of Campus Government. S. J. Kline, ed. Stanford, CA: CCAC, 1969.


70 1

California Office of the Governor. The "Peoples Park" - A Report on the Confrontation at Berkeley, California. July 1, 1970.

2

Michigan Senate Committee to Investigate Campus Disorders and Student Unrest. Final Staff Report, Part One: Study Findings and Recommendations. February 25, 1970.

3

--------. Final Staff Report, Part Two: Special Task Force Reports. February 25, 1970.

4

National Association of State Universities and Land-Grant Colleges, Office of Institutional Research. Constructive Changes to Ease Campus Tensions. Washington, DC: NASULGC, January 1970.

5

National Commission on the Causes and Prevention of Violence. The Politics of Protest - Violent Aspects of Protest and Confrontation (Staff Report 3). Washington, DC: GPO, 1969.

--------. Shut It Down! A College in Crisis (Staff Report 6). Washington, DC: GPO, 1969.

--------. Law and Order Reconsidered (Staff Report 10). Washington, DC: GPO, 1969.

6

--------. To Establish Justice, To Insure Domestic Tranquility (Final Report). Washington, DC: GPO, December 1969.

7

Slater, Philip E. The Pursuit of Loneliness - American Culture at the Breaking Point. Boston: Beacon, 1970.


71 1

Urban Research Corp. On Strike ... Shut It Down! - A Report on the First National Student Strike in U.S. History - May 1970. Chicago, IL: URC, 1970.

2

no author. "Youth in Rebellion - February 7, 1969."

Reports (Miscellaneous)

3

American Bar Association. Report of The American Bar Association Commission on Campus Government and Student Dissent. Chicago, IL: ABA, no date.

Betts, Robert. "The Role of Communists in Campus Rioting." Reprinted from the San Diego Union, 1970.

--------. "Santa Barbara." Reprinted from the San Diego Union, 1970.

Kelman, Steven. Push Comes to Shove - The Escalation of Student Protest. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1970.

Popper, Frank. The President's Commissions. New York, NY: Twentieth Century Fund, 1970.

Shirley, Hunter. Handbook for the Hip Anti-Radical. Menomonie, WI: United Students for America, 1970.

United States House of Representatives, Committee on Internal Security. Limited Survey of Honoraria Given Guest Speakers for Engagements at Colleges and Universities. Washington, DC: GPO, 1970.

The Review of the News. August 12, 1970.

4

Miscellaneous

President's Commission on Military Compensation (PCMC)

Correspondence

5

June 1977

6

July 1977

7

August 1977

8

September 1977

9

October 1977

10

November 1977

11

Air Force Sergeants Association


72 1

December 1977

2

January 1978

3

February 1978

4

March 1978

5

April 1978

6

May-June 1978

7

1979

8

Fact & Work Sheets

9

CHAMPUS

10

USAF

Meetings

11

Schedules

12

date unknown (Partial Briefing Book)

13

date unknown (Statements)

14

May-June 1977 (Establishment of Commission)

15

August 2, 1977

16

September 1, 1977


73 1

September 20-21, 1977 (Norfolk, VA Area)

2

September 21, 1977

3

October 5, 1977

4

Briefing Book

5

October 18-19, 1977 (TX Tour)

6

October 28, 1977

7

November 15-16, 1977


74 1

November 29, 1977

2

December 7, 1977

3

December 13-18, 1977 (Germany Tour)

4

December 21, 1977

5

Briefing Book

6

Proceedings (folder 1 of 2)


75 1

Proceedings (folder 2 of 2)

2

January 5, 1978

3

January 18, 1978

4

Briefing Book

5

Proceedings

6-7

February 16, 1978 (2 folders)

8

February 22, 1978


76 1

Interviews

Newsclippings

2

1977

3

1978 (see also oversized, Box 165)

4

1979

5

News Releases

6

Notes

Quadrennial Review of Military Compensation

7-8

Briefing Book (2 folders)

Final Report

9

Military Compensation - A Modernized System (Report of the Third Quadrennial Review of Military Compensation).

10

Military Compensation Background Papers: Compensation Elements and Related Manpower Cost Items; Their Purpose and Legislative Background. (Washington, DC: Department of Defense, August 1976.


77 1

Statements by Individuals Before House Committees

2

Statements by Individuals Before Senate Committees

Statements by Individuals to Congress

3

Brown, GEN George S. (Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff). United States Military Posture for FY 1978. January 20, 1977.

4

Travel

Reports (By Organization)

5

Association of the United States Army. A Bill of Rights for Those Who Serve. 1976.

6

Congressional Budget Office. The Cost of Defense Manpower: Issues for 1977. January 1977.

--------. The Military Retirement System: Options for Change. January 1978.

7

National Strategic Information Center, Inc. Arms, Men, and Military Budgets - Issues for Fiscal Year 1978 (Francis P. Hoeber and William Schneider, Jr, Eds.). New York: Crane, Russak, and Co, 1977.

8

United States Air Force, Headquarters, Tactical Air Command. "The Defense Officer Personnel Management Act - 95th U.S. Congress (H.R. 5503/DoD 95.5)." June 28, 1977.

--------. "The Military Retirement System." June 28, 1977.


78 1

--------. "Military Housing Benefits; Junior Enlisted Travel Entitlements; News Clippings on Benefits Issues." July 8, 1977.

--------. "Per Diem Allowance Equity; Basic Allowance for Subsistence - Freedom of Choice; Junior Enlisted Travel Entitlements; Correspondence on Benefit Issues; News Clippings on Benefit Issues." August 5, 1977.

2

--------. "Medical." October 26, 1977.

--------. "Air Force Quality of Life." December 1, 1977.

3

United States Navy. Military Retirement - Summary of Proposals and Studies - Baseline - December 1977. Washington, DC: Department of the Navy, 1977.

4

Reports (Miscellaneous, Folder 1)

American Enterprise Institute. Military Base Closings: Benefits for Community Adjustment. December 23, 1977.

Congressional Research Service. "What's Happened to Military Pay and Benefits Through the Past Decade?" December 30, 1977.

Interagency Committee. "Report to the President on the Study of Uniformed Services Retirement and Survivor Benefits by the Interagency Committee." July 1, 1971.

Non-Commissioned Officers Association of the United States of America. "Military Compensation and the Military Retirement System." October 1977.

5

Reports (Miscellaneous, Folder 2)

Air Force Sergeants Association. Digest of Alabama State Laws Regarding Rights and Benefits of Veterans and Their Dependents and Guides to State Legislative Programs. 1977.

--------. Digest of California State Laws Regarding Rights and Benefits of Veterans and Their Dependents - Guides to State Legislative Programs. 1977.

Binkin, Martin. The Military Pay Muddle. Washington, DC: Brookings Institution, 1975.

Levitan, Sar A. and Karen Cleary Alderman. Warriors at Work - The Volunteer Armed Force (Volume 58 of the Sage Library of Social Research). Beverly Hills, CA: Sage, 1977.

President's Panel on Federal Compensation. Report to The President of the President's Panel on Federal Compensation. December 1975.

Sharff, Lee E., ed. 1977 Uniformed Services Almanac. Washington, DC: Uniformed Services Almanac, 1977.

United States House of Representatives, Committee on Armed Services. "Pay and Allowances of the Uniformed Services." Washington, DC: GPO, 1975.

Reports

6

PCMC Staff Reports


79 1

PCMC Preliminary Report

PCMC Final Report

2

Draft Sections - March 15, 1978

3

Draft Sections - March 17, 1978

4-5

Draft of Full Report (2 folders)

6

Dissenting and Additional Views (Benjamin O. Davis, Jr.)

7

Prerelease Print

8

Final Report (copies 1 and 2 of 3)


80 1

Final Report (copy 3 of 3)

2

Response

3

Association of the United States Army

4

Department of Defense

5

Fleet Reserve Association

6

United States Air Force

7

United States Army, United States Navy

8 Probe International (Board of Advisors)
9

Conferences

Publications

10

Elliott, John D. and Gibson, Leslie K., ed. Contemporary Terrorism: Selected Readings. Gaithersburg (MD): International Association of Chiefs of Police, 1978.


81 1

Terrorism: An International Journal, Volume 1 (1977-1978).

2

Jenkins, Brian M. and Johnson, Janera A. International Terrorism: A Chronology (1974 Supplement). Report No. R-1909-1-ARPA. Santa Monica, CA: RAND, February 1976.

Boston, Guy D., et. al. Terrorism - A Selected Bibliography. National Institute of Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice. Washington, DC: GPO, March 1976.

Skeptic. January/February 1976 (Issue No.11).

3 Sun Equities (Board of Governors - not accepted)
4 The Retired Officers Association (Board of Directors)
5 Transportation Research Board (Committee for the Study of the Benefits and Costs of the 55 mph National Maximum Speed Limit)
United States Air Force Academy (Board of Visitors) (see also oversized, Box 167

Correspondence

6

1971

7

1972-1974


82 1

Information Kits and Miscellaneous Materials

2

Photos

3 United States Air Force Enlisted Widows' Home (Bob Hope Village, Eglin, FL; Honorary Board of Directors)
4 United States Military Academy (Admissions Participant)
5

Admissions Participant Handbook

6

Admissions Information Packets

7 United States Military Academy Association of Graduates (Board of Trustees)
8 University Circle Inc (Board of Trustees)
9 World War II Heritage Commission (Honorary Advisory Panel)
10 World War II Historical Society (Honorary Board of Advisors)

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