Junior Achievement Records, 1916-2002


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ABSTRACT

Junior Achievement, Inc. (JA) was founded in 1919 as the Boys' and Girls' Bureau of the Eastern States League. Embracing the concept of "learning by doing," the leaders of the Bureau dedicated themselves to teaching urban youth proper business practice and methods. They accomplished this through hands-on training in management and production. For much of its history, JA used one program to teach business to high school students. Beginning in the 1970s, JA started to expand its programs to include Kindergarten, Middle School, and college students. Over the last 20 years, the programs of JA have changed immensely. While the face of JA has changed, the mission of teaching youth about business remains at the core of Junior Achievement. Today, JA continues to be one of the most influential business education organizations worldwide.

ACCESS

This collection is open to the public without restriction. The copyright law of the United States (Title 17, United States Code) governs the making of photocopies or other reproductions of copyrighted material.

PREFERRED CITATION

Cite as: Junior Achievement Records, 1916-2002, Ruth Lilly Special Collections and Archives, IUPUI University Library, Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis.

ACQUISITION

Presented by Junior Achievement, Colorado Springs, CO. A2001/02-019.

Processed by Debra Brookhart, April 2005.

HISTORICAL NOTE

Junior Achievement (originally called the Boys' and Girls' Bureau of the Eastern States League) began in 1919 as a program to educate youth about business. Education in the United States during this period experienced significant changes. One of those changes lay in the idea of vocational education, a hands-on approach to teaching in the public schools. In the wake of the vocational education movement, several new organizations for children and youth emerged. The activities of these organizations coupled with the lessons taught in school allowed members to practice what they were taught and understand critical skills for life after high school.

The concept for an organization to teach youth about business originated at the Eastern States Agricultural and Industrial Exposition in 1916. The Boys' and Girls' Club Committee of the Eastern States League agreed to conduct research on the feasibility of creating such an organization. Committee chairman and president of AT&T, Theodore Vail, along with Horace Moses, president of Strathmore Paper Company, worked with the committee to solidify the concept and raise support by convincing others of the program's value.

The future of our country depends upon making every individual young and old, fully realize the obligations and responsibilities belong to citizenship…The future of each individual rests in the individual, providing each is given a fair and proper education and training in the useful things of life…Habits of life are formed in youth…What we need in this country now…is to teach the growing generations to realize that thrift and economy, coupled with industry, are necessary now as they were in past generations. -Theodore Vail, ca. 1918

 

In 1919 the Boys' and Girls' Bureau (changed to the Junior Achievement Bureau in 1920 and to Junior Achievement, Inc. in 1926) opened its national headquarters in Springfield, Massachusetts, and hired its first director, H.O. Benson, to oversee the daily operations of the organization. Benson, whose experience as the Director of Agriculture Extension and leadership in the development of 4-H Clubs, made him an excellent choice.

The JA program developed as after-school clubs for 8-12 year olds that operated like miniature businesses. Each club, in order to be recognized by the national headquarters, had to meet certain requirements. These requirements included regular meetings, an adult advisor, a minimum membership of five, a program plan, and student officers to oversee production. Since the clubs operated like a business, members set wages and made money through the sale of their products. The clubs were also encouraged to raise capital through the sale of shares. Initially, the clubs worked through agencies such as churches, scouting organizations, settlement houses, and YMCAs. These organizations provided meeting space and an adult advisor. Funding came through the clubs themselves and the national organization.

In the late 1920s, JA made two changes that would have a major impact on the future of the organization: the addition of 16-21 year olds as members and the switch from smaller areas to metropolitan centers. Rather than eliminate the program for younger children, JA piloted its new program in New York City. Called Metro JA, the New York program received a charter in New York State, but operated as a franchised area of the JA Headquarters in Springfield. In 1937 Charles Hook, president of the American Rolling Mill Company and president of the National Association of Manufacturers, spoke at a Metro JA awards conference bringing the New York program to national attention with his endorsement. This marked the beginning the spread of JA beyond the East Coast. Metro JA received nation-wide inquiries about how to start similar programs in other locations. As the New York staff became more proactive, a shift in power occurred.

In 1942 Horace Moses resigned as president of JA and was succeeded by Charles Hook. After a ten-year period of inactivity during the 1930s, JA began to experience tremendous growth. The JA Clubs, increasingly known as companies, spread throughout the country under the guidance of Metro JA. In order to accommodate the new focus of JA, the Metro JA board merged with the JA Headquarters board and the new board took over national expansion efforts and the servicing of the JA areas. JA, Inc. remained a Massachusetts corporation, but the national headquarters moved to New York City when the Metro JA staff formally became the national staff. As expansion of the program into other parts of the country became the goal of JA, the headquarters' staff increased to meet the demands of the growing organization. In order to meet the needs of student membership and encourage cooperation, the National Junior Achievement Company Conference (NAJAC) began in the same year. The week-long conference measured JA's effectiveness through student competition and discussion while featuring well-known business personalities. NAJAC allowed students the chance to interact with each other and professionals and introduce the businessmen to the benefits of JA.

The 1940s also saw one other important development: the entrance of JA into the schools. Although this first appearance was to only introduce students to JA through assemblies, it proved a valuable relationship with future ramifications. In the following decades JA further evolved into an educational program with texts and manuals geared to teach youth about business in a capitalist economy. The JA Company, still its only program, continued to grow. The expansion of JA necessitated a change in the relationship between JA, Inc. and the JA areas. By the end of the 1950s, JA began to see international franchises appear.

After fifty years of operation, JA's ability to adapt to the changing needs of its student population had not ceased. The 1970s marked a time of dramatic change for JA. In 1975 JA moved into its new National Headquarters in Stanford, CT, and became a Connecticut corporation. The JA Company experienced great success, but only reached a portion of high school students as an after-school activity. The new president, Richard Maxwell, chose to focus new research on other age groups. In 1976 JA entered the Junior High classroom through Project Business. For the first time, JA reached students through the use of businesspersons acting as consultants teaching business skills in the classroom. Other in-school programs followed close behind. JA introduced Business Basics for the fifth and sixth grades and Applied Economics (now JA Economics) for high school. In 1987 the National Headquarters relocated to Colorado Springs, CO. As the new JA Center opened, new directions in education evolved. By the end of the 1990s, JA successfully piloted new elementary programs and offered business education programs for elementary, middle, and high school students. JA continues to teach business in new, sophisticated ways. Through the use of new technology, the Internet, and the continued growth of the classroom programs, JA reaches over four million students annually.

Organizational Structure

The governance of Junior Achievement, Inc. rests with three bodies: the Members of the Corporation, the Board of Directors, and the Executive Committee. The duties of each of these groups continue to evolve and adapt to changes in the organization and in classroom education. Other units of involved with operation of Junior Achievement are the franchised areas and the parent organization, Junior Achievement International.

Junior Achievement originally operated as a bureau of the Eastern States Agricultural and Industrial League. The officers and board of the League assumed the responsibility for the operation of the Junior Achievement Bureau and its program. In 1926 the Junior Achievement Bureau separated from the Eastern States League forming its own corporation and becoming Junior Achievement, Inc. It operated under the management of its own officers and board of directors. As JA expanded its work, it added permanent staff to coordinate the work of JA. From its beginnings, the organizational structure of Junior Achievement was set up much like that of a business.

The Members of the Corporation are similar to the shareholders in a for profit corporation. As recipients of the services offered by JA, the franchised areas are the customers to which the organization is responsible. Each area elects representatives based on the number of student achievers in that area. Representatives from the different areas gather annually for the corporation meeting dealing with policy and the approval of franchise agreements.

Prior to 1970 the Board of Directors consisted of the same people who acted as the Members of the Corporation. Between 1926 and 1942 the board took responsibility for the direct management and policy decisions of JA. The majority of the time, the board members attended the meeting by proxy. As meetings became more difficult to attend by a large, national board, the organization became inactive on the national level during much of the 1930s. In 1942 the Board of Directors officially delegated its power to a smaller Executive Committee. The board chose to meet annually to ratify the committee's decisions while the Executive Committee met monthly to oversee policy decisions and direct the management of the organization. The chief staff officer, hired by the committee, had the responsibility of implementing its policy decisions. This structure remained in place until 1970.

In 1971 reorganization occurred. Membership of the Corporation and its Board of Directors totaled 450 members each. The governing bodies of the organization decided this structure was not the most effective way to lead the organization. The new structure dramatically reduced the number of members serving on the Board of Directors while the membership of the corporation remained the same. With a membership reduced to 60 and the number of meetings per year increased to four, the Board of Directors replaced the Executive Committee as the chief policy-making body.

The president and chief executive officer of JA, Inc. is directly responsible to the Board of Directors. This position is the direct line of communication between the governing body of the organization and the National Headquarters staff, who are responsible for carrying out the Board's policies. The staff has grown from a small group that included a secretary, treasurer, and field personnel into a large, team-based organization. The National Headquarters located in Colorado Springs, Colorado, houses the president of JA and staff. They work to carry out the mission and goals set forth by the board. The headquarters staff is responsible for providing service to the areas, fund raising, curriculum development, and keeping the public informed of new programs and directions of JA.

The relationship between the operating areas and JA Headquarters continues to evolve over time. In the 1940s when JA first began to make expansion its primary goal, the national headquarters controlled all of the operations nationwide. It opened bank accounts in each new area in the name of Junior Achievement and paid all of the expenses of the area from that account. During this period, the funds raised in an area did not necessarily go to that area. The national organization bore the responsibility of all the fundraising and JA leaders believed the donor's money should be spent in the place where it could influence the most students. By 1946 the areas began expressing dissatisfaction with the arrangement. In order to allow the areas more autonomy, the responsibility for raising the funds for an area's operations shifted to the individual areas. The national headquarters received 20% of all funds raised by the areas to maintain its operations and to give the areas a sense of responsibility to the goals and policies of JA. This number was later reduced to 10% and the country divided into five regions of responsibility. Regional boards acted as advisors to the areas without power over the areas and nominated members for the Executive Committee. Junior Achievement, Inc. is a parent corporation with franchises nation wide. A signed operating agreement between JA, Inc. and an area detail the responsibilities of each.

One other branch of Junior Achievement is Junior Achievement International, Inc. JA's international efforts began as early as 1955 with Junior Achievement of Canada. As more countries requested JA programs, JA responded by assisting with the creation of similar programs throughout the world. In 1994 the organization saw that a body was needed to govern the activities of the new international organizations and formed JA International. According to the original operating agreement between the two organizations, JA International operated much like other franchised areas in the sense that it paid JA, Inc. a franchise fee for the use of names, programs, and materials. It is also an autonomous organization with its own board of directors and executive committee. On July 1, 2004, Junior Achievement, Inc. and Junior Achievement International combined to form JA Worldwide. Headquartered in Colorado Springs, Colorado, JA Worldwide operates 145 Area Offices in the United States and serves approximately 100 member nations.

REFERENCES

Francomano, Joseph and Wayne & Darryl Lavitt, Junior Achievement: A History. Colorado Springs: Junior Achievement, Inc., 1988.

Junior Achievement, Inc. Homepage: http://www.ja.org.

SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE

The Junior Achievement Records document the history of the organization beginning in the 1920s. Although the early history is vague, minutes and bulletins published by the Junior Achievement Bureau of the Eastern States League help fill some of the gaps. By the 1950s JA begins to increase its staff and information about its programs and activities increases. Staff correspondence and training materials appear in the 1960s. By the 1980s more information about area relations is documented. An appendix is also included with this document listing the Junior Achievement Areas and their locations.

Board of Directors Records, 1921-2000, is the best place to find a broad overview of the history of the organization. The minutes coupled with the Springfield Foundation materials tell most of the story of JA. Although the minutes are incomplete, missing the first two years of JA's existence and four years in the 1990s, they best tell the story of JA documenting major changes in the organization and its programs. The annual corporation minutes are filed separately and are interspersed throughout the board of directors' minute books. The corporation minutes help with the understanding of the area relations as well as major trends in the organization.

Senior Management/Executive Office Records, 1950-2001, contain information about the leadership and general operations of the JA Headquarters. This series includes information on JA Staff training and conferences, senior management team minutes, and research and planning on broad-based JA activities such as ImpACT and Vision '99. The records include files belonging to the President, Chief Operating Officer, and Team Leaders. Other important information includes biographical information national leadership including staff and board members. The majority of the information documents the organization after 1960.

Team Records, 1920-2002, contain the records generated by the teams at the JA National Headquarters. Each team is responsible for a specific aspect of JA's program. The Junior Achievement Headquarters staff is divided into eight teams: Area Relations, Communications and Marketing, Education, Finance, Human Resources, Information Services, Public Affairs, and Resource Generations.

Area Relations Team files document the relationship between Junior Achievement, Inc. and its franchised areas. The majority of the information from the Area Relations Team is from specific areas. Arranged chronologically in alphabetical order by city, the area correspondence files often contain correspondence, area board minutes, and information on how different JA programs operate in a particular location. Area Financial Reports, filed annually are found in the Finance Team Records. For a listing of Junior Achievement Areas and locations, please consult the appendix. This series also contains information on conferences and meetings for the area staff and subject correspondence related to the activities of the area relations staff.

The Communications and Marketing Team files include information about how JA markets itself to the public. Records of three of JA's major public events, National Business Hall of Fame, National Business Leadership Conference, and JA Golf Tournament, are part of this series. Area Marketing Plans from each area to the national office describe an area's plan for marketing and fund raising. Subject correspondence from staff on various events and speeches are also part of this series.

The Education Team files contain the materials JA takes into the schools. This is the largest portion of JA's records and documents all of JA's programs and their evolution. The series has four main components: general education correspondence about the team and planning; JA programs, what JA takes into the classroom and how it developed; school credit and JA's entrance into the classroom; school to work, a program for taking skills from the classroom to the workplace; and surveys on JA's educational programs. The majority of the records are found in the JA Program Files. Divided by education level, they contain information on college, elementary, middle school, and high school programs developed by JA. Included in these records are texts, manuals, consultant kits, the National JA Company Conference (NAJAC), reports, surveys, newsletters, and software information.

The Finance Team is responsible for maintaining the financial record of the organization. These files include audits for JA, Inc. and area financial information. Materials included from the areas are audits, tax returns, and reports on finances submitted to JA, Inc. for determining the area franchise fees.

Human Resources Team information includes information about work life at JA. Employee training materials and seminar packets are the main bulk of this team's information.

Information Services Team materials include statistical information on programs and areas operating JA programs.

Public Affairs Team records include press and media releases about JA programs. Also included are scrapbooks of newspaper articles about JA programs and activities.

Resource Generations Team is the fund raising branch of JA. This team is responsible for securing the funding for the programs that JA operates. These files include correspondence, fundraising information, proposals, campaign materials, and Alumni Association information. Information for smaller, more localized events like bowl-a-thons is included in these records.

Publications, 1929-1999, include a variety of information published by and about Junior Achievement. These publications include JA's newsletters, magazines, and annual reports. It also includes biographies of the founders of JA. Other publications include manuals and handbooks for JA staff in the areas of fund raising, area relations, marketing, and procedures.

Scrapbooks, 1958-1990, include four scrapbooks that document different areas of JA. Two of the scrapbooks are from Junior Achievement Areas in Indiana and Iowa. These include newspaper clippings and some programs from these areas. The Something Else…Something Better: A JA Company scrapbook was created by a JA company documenting their activities and the progress of the company. The last scrapbook on the middle school program, The Economics of Staying in School, was created as part of an award nomination. The scrapbook highlights how the program works and the different teaching methods it incorporates.

Photographs, 1920s-1990s, include posed and candid photographs of JA activities. A majority of the photographs come from the conferences sponsored by JA including the NAJAC Conference and the National Training Seminar in the 1980s. Other photographs include a selection of education and historical images.

CONTENTS BOX FOLDER
Board of Directors Records, 1921-2000    
Minutes    
  Annual Corporation Meeting, 1959-1975, 1994 1 1-4
  Board of Directors    
    Minutes    
      1926-1942, 1959-1969, 1971-1982 1 5-14
      1982-1991 2 1-31
      1991-1994, 1997-2000 3 1-20
      1971 5 1
    Photographs, 1970s-1990s 93 21
  Eastern States Agricultural and Industrial League, 1921-1926 3 21
  Executive Committee    
    1942-1951 3 22-25
    1952-1969 4 1-8
    1969 5 1
Springfield Foundation, 1921, 1930-1935 5 2-3
Senior Management/Executive Office Records, 1957-2001    
Annual Team Expectations, 1992-1993 5 4
Benchmark Study    
  Awareness and Perceptions Study of JA’s Key Target Audiences, 1997 5 5
  The Future of JA, 1997 5 6
  JA External Audience Research, 1997 5 7
  JA Internal Audience Research, 1997 5 8
  Quantitative Research, 1997 5 9
  Survey, 1997 5 10
Guide to the National Organization, 1950s 5 11-13
Headquarters    
  Building Plan    
    1986 5 14
    1998 (oversized) OV2  
  Dedication    
    1925, 1949, 1987 5 15
    1987 (oversized) 104 9
  Incorporation, 1926 (oversized) 104 4
  Photographs and Slides    
    ca. 1980 93 29
    1986-1990s 95 26-29
  Relocation Committee, 1986-1987 5 16
  Service Role, 1973, 1991 5 17
  Slide Presentations, 1977 5 18
  Trademark and Emblem, 1928 (oversized) 104 4
     
ImACT    
  Correspondence, 1996-1999 5 19-22
  Meetings, 1998-1999 5 23-24
  Online, 2001 5 25
  Progress, ca. 1996 5 26
  Restructuring JA, 1997 5 27
  Strategic Planning, 1996 5 28-29
JA International Business and Organizational Plan, 1992 5 30
Long-Range Planning, n.d. 5 31
National Leadership Conference/ National Staff Conference/National Training Seminar/Headquarters Staff Conference    
  Awards, 1966, 1973-1975, 1978-1979, 1982-1985, 1987, 1991-2001 6 1-3
  General Information, 1982-1989, 1991-1994, 1996-2000 6 4-14
  Minutes, 1957-1969, 1973, 1975 6 15-18
  Photographs and Slides    
    1956, 1958, 1979-1980, 1982 95 9-12
    1982, 1984, 1986-1990 96 3-14
National Staff Charts, 1984 6 19
Office Correspondence    
  Administrative Vice President    
    Joseph Francomano    
      Correspondence    
        1962-1963 6 20-22
        1964-1965, 1970-1973 7 1-14
      Speeches, 1970-1971 7 15-16
  Executive Vice President & Chief Operating Officer    
    Marty Lee    
      Achievementyou.com, 2000 7 17
      Area Relations    
        Client Relations Meeting, 1998 7 18
        Conference Call, 1999 7 19
        Indebtedness, 1999 7 20
        Information, 1998-1999 7 21
        Team Retreat, 2000 7 22-23
      Basic Beliefs, 1998 7 24
      Board Leadership Seminars, 1998 7 25
      Building Renovation, 1998 7 26
      Chairman’s Advisory Council, 1999-2000 7 27
      Chick-Fil-A, 1999 7 28
      Compensation/Review Timetable, 1998 7 29
      Consulting Agreements, 2000 7 30
      Correspondence    
        Davis, Tedd, 1998-2000 7 31
        Evans, Frank, 1999 7 32
        General Correspondence    
          1998-1999 7 33
          1999-2000 8 1
        Hanley, Michele, 1999 8 2
        Harder, Peter, 1999-2000 8 3
        Hayes, Jim, 1999-2000 8 4
        Holladay, Jack, 1999-2000 8 5
        Huff, Teri, 2000 8 6
        Rosemurgy, Steve, 1998-1999 8 7
        Stryganek, Frank, 1999-2000 8 8
        Thibodeaux, Buzzy, 2000 8 9
        Van Scotter, Richard, 1999 8 10
        Vessels, Ann, 1999-2000 8 11
      Customer Service, 1998-1999 8 12
      Deployment Survey, 1994 8 13
      Expense Policy, 1999 8 14
      High School Roll Out, 1999 8 15
      Hook Award, 1999 8 16
      JA International, 1998 8 17
      JA Program Evaluations, 1998 8 18
      JASCO, 1998 8 19
      Las Vegas Action Learning Project, 1999-2000 8 20
      Leadership Academy, 1998-2000 8 21
      Medical Insurance, 2000 8 22
      Mission Statement, 1997 8 23
      Moore North America, 2000 8 24
      One Fee, 1998-1999 8 25
      Operating Agreement, 1998 8 26
      Pension Actuarial Report, 1997 8 27
      Performance Incentive Plan, 1998-1999 8 28
      Performance Learning, 1999 8 29
      Points of Contact, 1999-2000 8 30
      Rock-n-Bowl, 1999 8 31
      Senior Management Team Retreats, 1999-2000 8 32
      Shandwick, 1998 8 33
      Summit Awards, 1998-2001 8 34
      Teams    
        Budgets, 1999 8 35
        Leadership Training, 1997 8 36
        Meetings, 1998-1999 8 37
        Retreat, 1999 8 38
      Towne Hall Meetings, 1998 8 39
      Wednesday Report, 1998-2000 8 40-41
      Y2K, 1998-1999 8 42
  General Counsel & Senior Vice President Human Resources    
    Ann Vessels    
      Accreditation, 1997-1998 8 43-44
      Alignment, 1997-1998 8 45
      America’s Promise, 1998 8 46
      Annual Report Card, 1997 8 47
      Areas    
        Arizona, 1998 8 48
        Ashland, KY, 1998 8 49
        Cadillac, MI, 1992 8 50
        Detroit, MI, 1998 8 51
        Intermediate Areas, 1997 8 52
        Phoenix-Tucson Merger, 1998 8 53
        Raleigh, NC, 1997 8 54
        Rocky Mountain JA, 1994 8 55
        Sacramento, CA, 1998 8 56
        San Antonio, TX, 1998 8 57
        South Central Michigan JA, 1997 8 58
        Texas State Meeting, 1997 8 59
        Washington DC JA, 1998 8 60
        Wichita, KS, 1998 8 61
      Articles, 1995 8 62
      Board Effectiveness Model, 1997 8 63
      Centers of Excellence, 1997 9 1
      Chairperson’s Leadership Seminar, 1997-1998 9 2
      CSO Transitions, 1997 9 3
      Client Relations, 1997 9 4
      Contributor Information, 1995-1997 9 5
      Credit Alert Areas, 1997-1998 9 6
      Development Officers, 1998 9 7
      Field Fund Raising, 1997-1999 9 8
      Finances, 1998 9 9
      Franchises    
        Assessment and Evaluation – Chicago, 1997 9 10
        General, 1997-1998 9 11
        Service, 1997 9 12
        Statistics, 1997 9 13
        Visit Information, 1998 9 14
      Fund Raising, n.d. 9 15
      General Counsel, 1997 9 16
      Holladay, Jack, 1997 9 17
      JA General, 1997 9 18
      Mbise, Lamech, 1997-1998 9 19
      Mentoring, 1997 9 20
      Nonprofit Strategic Plan, 1997 9 21
      Phone Blitz, 1998 9 22
      Points of Lights, 1996-1997 9 23
      Position Descriptions, 1998 9 24
      Quality Steering Council, 1997 9 25
      Radio City Music Hall Event, 1998 9 26
      Raisor’s Edge, 1997 9 27
      Rose, Irene, 1997 9 28
      Satellites, 1997 9 29
      SCAN, 1997-1998 9 30
      Speeches, 1997 9 31
      Statistics, 1997 9 32
      Strategic Delivery Services, 1998 9 33
      Summit Cities, 1997-1998 9 34
      Supreme Court of Appeals Committee, 1997-1998 9 35
      Telluride Property-Carsten, 1997 9 36
      Training, 1998 9 37
      VISA, 1996-1997 9 38
      Xerox Kidexecs, 1998 9 39
President’s Files    
  Area Information    
    Area Presidents, 1996-1999 9 40
    Correspondence (see Appendix for Area List)    
      A-C, 1978-2000 9 41-67
      C-H, 1981-2000 10 1-43
      H-N, 1982-2001 11 1-44
      N-T, 1988-2001 12 1-59
      T-Y, 1975-2000 13 1-14
  Board Member Survey, 1985 13 15
  Karl Flemke    
    Biography, 1948-1988 13 16
    Speeches, 1974-1988 13 17-18
  Former Board Member Correspondence    
    A-C, 1977-2000 13 19-15
    C-J, 1977-2001 14 1-53
    K-V, 1976-2000 15 1-56
    V-W, 1976-1989 16 1-4
  General Meetings, 1984 16 5
  James Hayes    
    Clippings, 1998 16 6
    Correspondence, 1999-2000 16 7-23
    Speeches, ca. 1990s 16 24
  Johnston Company    
    A Study of Growth Strategies, 1980 16 25
    Correspondence, 1979-1982 16 26
    Evaluation of Semester Program, 1982 17 1
    Growth Plan, 1977-1986 17 2-3
    Growth Strategies for JA, 1980 17 4
    Teen Survey, 1978 17 5-6
  Members of the Corporation, 1993-1996, 1998 17 7-8
  Presidential Summit, 1997 17 9-11
Policies, 1950, 1957, ca. 1972 17 12
Russia JA    
  Correspondence, 1991-1992 17 13
  Moscow Business Conference, 1991-1992 17 14-15
Statistical Analysis of Current Divisions, 1979 17 16
Strategic Direction of the Organization, 1987-1988 17 17
Strategic Plan, 1986-1987 17 18
Team Minutes    
  1996-1997 17 19-24
  1998-2000 18 1-8
Updates, 1992-1994 18 9
Vision ‘99    
  Area Input, 1993-1994 18 10
  Board Effectiveness Model, ca. 1990s 18 11
  Board of Director’s Meeting, September 1993 18 12
  Correspondence, 1993-1994 18 13-14
  President Roundtable Meeting, 1994 18 15
  Program Development, 1993 18 16
  Strategic Plan, 1993-1994 18 17
  Strategic Planning Workbook, ca. 1993 18 18
  Vision Task Force Meeting, 1992-1995 18 19-27
Who’s Who in National Leadership, 1972/73-1973/74, 1975/76, 1978/79-1979/80, 1981/82-1984/85, ca. 1987, 1989-1991 18 28-29
Team Records, 1920-2002    
Area Relations Team Records    
  Alumni Association, 1992 18 30
  Area Correspondence (see Appendix for Area List)    
    1991-1996    
      A 18 31-34
      A-N 19 1-29
      N-R 20 1-6
    1994/95, 1997-2000 (oversized) 104 2-3
    1997-1998    
      A-M 20 7-49
      M-S 21 1-35
      S-T 22 1-29
      T-Y 23 1-27
    1998-1999    
      A 23 28-30
      A-C 24 1-32
      C-E 25 1-32
      E-L 26 1-34
      L-P 27 1-36
      P-S 28 1-33
      S-W 29 1-35
      W-Y 30 1-9
    1998-1999 (oversized) OV2  
    1999-2000    
      A-F 30 10-61
      F-S 31 1-73
      S-Y 32 1-38
    Cultivation, 1991-1995 32 39
    Florida, 1995-1998 32 40-41
    General Information, 1990-1992 32 42
    Intermediate Areas    
      Areas    
        A-K, 1992-1994 32 43-58
        M-W, 1992-1994 33 1-11
      Board Chairman, 1991-1993 33 12
      Budgets, 1990-1991 33 13
      JA Company, 1987-1992 33 14
      Management Analysis Planning System, 1993-1994 33 15
    Ohio, 1996-1998 33 16
  ASSIST, 1991-1992 33 17
  Black MBA Association, 1992-1994 33 18
  CSO Hiring, 1991-1992 33 19
  Chairman’s Club Campaign, 1992 33 20
  Chapter One, 1993 33 21
  Chicago K-6 Readiness, 1990-1991 33 22
  Child Abuse Training, 1994 33 23
  Clinic ’64, 1964 33 24
  Colorado Springs Nonprofit Center, 1993 33 25
  Communications Audit, 1991 33 26
  Company Program, 1992 33 27
  Compensation Task Force, 1990-1994 33 28-29
  Compliance, 1982-1992 33 30
  Credit Alert Areas, 1993-1995 33 31
  Customer Service Survey, 1988, 1992 33 32
  Customer Service Team, 1999 33 33
  Dayton and Miami Valley Company Kits    
    1994-1995 33 34
    1994-1995 (oversized) 104 1
  Dimensions in Leadership, 1991 33 35
  Distinguished Graduate Award, 1992 33 36
  Diversity, 1992 33 37
  Drug-Free Workforce, 1992-1994 33 38
  Employee Recognition Program, 1993 33 39
  Equi-Comp, 1991-1994 33 40
  Field Operations Advisory Committee (FOAC)    
    Correspondence, 1989, 1997-1998 33 41-43
    Field Operations Reports    
      1991-1995 33 44-46
      1995-1996 34 1
    Minutes, 1990-1997 34 2-13
  High School Program    
    Cyberbizness, 1998-1999 34 14
    E-High School, 1999 34 15
    Tactics, 1999 34 16
  Historical Information, 1944-1990s 34 17
  Incentive Programs, 1993 34 18
  Individual Giving, 1992-1993 34 19
  Instructional Models, 1991 34 20
  Interviewing, 1992 34 21
  JA International, 1996-1997 34 22
  Junior Achievement Management System, 1993-1994 34 23
  JA Month, 1992 34 24
  JA Program Names, 1992 34 25
  JASCO, 1991 34 26
  K-6    
    Evaluation, 1992-1993 34 27
    General, 1991-1993 34 28-29
    Implementation Fund, 1993 34 30
    Readiness Seminar, 1992 34 31
    Self-Assessment, 1992 34 32
  Leadership Institute Task Force, 1992-1993 34 33
  Marketing, 1991-1992 34 34
  Marketing Planning Meeting, 1992 34 35
  Metaplan, ca. 1990s 34 36
  Metro I    
    Benchmarking Data, 1994-1995 34 37
    MAPS, 1996-1997 34 38
    Summit Award, 1995-1996 34 39
  Metro II    
    Benchmarking Data, 1994-1995 34 40
    MAPS, 1996-1997 34 41
    Summit Award, 1995-1996 34 42
  Metro Areas    
    Forcast, 1993 34 43
    Full-Time Equivalency Reports, 1994-1997 35 1
    General Information, 1991-1993 35 2
    Metro Roundtable Discussions, 1990, 1996, 1998-1999 35 3-6
    Program Points, 1990-1994 35 7
    Ranking, 1994-1995 35 8
    Response, 1999 35 9
  Mid-Year Update, 1991-1993 35 10
  Miles, Kirk, 1991 35 11
  Minority Marketing, 1992-1993 35 12
  National Association of Private Enterprise, 1992 35 13
  National Center for Nonprofit Boards, 1990-1993 35 14
  National Contribution Survey, 1990-1992 35 15
  National Update, 1991-1992 35 16
  Office Depot, 1994 35 17
  Ohio State Meeting, 1991 35 18
  Partners Campaign, 1992 35 19
  Pension Management Committee, 1991-1994 35 20-22
  Pre-Visit Questionnaire, 1993 35 23
  President’s Roundtable, 1991-1994, 1996, 1998, 2000 35 24-31
  Regions    
    Meetings, 1984-1985, 1999-2000 35 32-34
    Training, 1998 35 35
  Summit Award    
    Districts, 1993-1996 35 36-38
    Task Force, 1993 35 39
  Taco Bell, 1996 35 40
Communications and Marketing Team    
  Accountabilities, 1987-1989 36 1
  Ad Council Proposal, 1992 36 2
  Area Marketing (see Appendix for Area List)    
    A-S, 1990-1999 36 3-72
    S-W, 1990-1996 37 1-12
  Assignments, 1992 37 13
  Corporate Identity Standards, 2001 37 14
  Education Reform, ca. 1990s 37 15
  Flaherty, Tina, 1993-1994 37 16
  Flemke (Karl) Article, 1994 37 17
  Four-Day Work Week Focus Group, 1996 37 18
  Future Unlimited Banquet, 1951, 1954, 1958 37 19
  Golf Tournament    
    General Information, 1988-2000 37 20-21
    Slides, 1993 95 23
    Tournament Comparisons, 1987 37 22
  Guarantee Program, n.d. 37 23
  Horace Moses Stamp, 1981 37 24
  Inter-Office Memos, 1996-1997 37 25
  JA History Publication, 1988 37 26
  K-6 Program, 1991-1992 37 27
  Millionaire Celebration, 1988 37 28
  National Awards Program Steering Committee, 1995-1997 37 29
  National Business Hall of Fame    
    General Information, 1976-1981, 1983-1998, 2000-2002 37 30-39
    Legacy of Leadership, 2000 37 40
    Photographs, 1983-1984, 1990, 1998, 2001 94 3-4
  National Business Leadership Conference    
    General, 1975-1993 38 1-9
    Photographs and Slides    
      1979-1982, 1987-1988 94 5-13
      1982, 1987-1988 95 30
  Newsletters    
    Weekly Report, 1988 38 10
    Weekly Update, 1984-1987 38 11
  Partnerships in Education, 1991 38 12
  PERC Chart, 1987 38 13
  Posters    
    1991-1997 (oversized) 104 1
    1994-2001 (oversized) OV2  
  Press Releases, 1984-1985 38 14
  Program Growth, 1990-1991 38 15
  Promotional Mailings, 1996-1997 38 16
  Retiree Lunch, 1993 38 17
  Speeches    
    Flemke, Karl, 1992-1994 38 18
    Flemke (Karl) Research, 1992-1994 38 19
    General, 1990-1994 38 20
    Hayes, Jim, 1991-1992 38 21
  Team Retreat, 1993 38 22
  Vision for the 1990s, ca. 1980s 38 23
Education Team Records    
  Administration    
    Education Area Files    
      General (see Appendix for Area List)    
        1975-1990    
          A-C 38 24-52
          C-L 39 1-63
          L-S 40 1-49
          S-Y 41 1-33
        1990-2000    
          A-B 41 34-56
          B-H 42 1-45
          H-N 43 1-42
          N-T 44 1-55
          W-Y 45 1-15
      Photographs, 1982-2000 93 26
    Vice President Correspondence    
      1990-1991, 1994-1996 45 16-28
      1996, 1999 46 1-6
  Correspondence    
    Character Education, 1996 46 7
    Child Abuse Policy, n.d. 46 8
    Curriculum Strategy, 1985-1988 46 9
    Economic Education Research, 1980-1992 46 10
    Education Restructuring Plan, n.d. 46 11
    Ethics, 1985-1990 46 12
    Evaluation of Elementary and Middle School Programs, 1997 46 13
    Facts and Figures, 1971-1980 46 14
    Film Entries    
      Council on International Non-theatrical Events, 1989-1990 46 15
      National Educational Film and Video Festival, 1989-1990 46 16
      U.S. Film and Video Festival, 1989 46 17
    Internal Revenue Service, 1988 46 18
    JA Guarantee, ca. 1987 46 19
    JA Programs and the Scans Report, n.d. 46 20
    Local Agencies, 1958-1977 46 21
    Membership and Attendance Summary, 1972-1979 46 22
    Millionaire Campaign, 1987-1988 46 23
    Newsletters    
      Curriculum, Research, and Development Newsletter, 1989-1995 46 24
      Curriculum Update, 1987-1998 46 25
      Education Report, 1986-1996 46 26
      Program Activity Update, 1976-1978, 1986 46 27
      Software Update, 1986-1988, 1995, 1998 46 28
    Project Math, 1993 46 29
    Project Success, 1990 46 30
    Proposals, 1989-1992 46 31
    Recruiting, 1973 46 32
    Scope and Sequence, ca. 1990 46 33
    State Liaison, 1980, 1992 46 34
    Statistics, 1958-1968, 1971-1976, 1978 46 35
    Strategic Planning, 1985 46 36
    Summit ’92 K-12 Education, 1992 46 37
    Task Force, 1987-1989 46 38
    Transparencies, 1979-1990 46 39
    Video Guides, 1997-2000 46 40
    Wall Street Journal    
      Amelior Foundation, 1991-1996 46 41
      Class Books    
        1991, 1994-1995 46 42
        1995 47 1
      Participation, 1992-1997 47 2-3
      Posters    
        1993-1994 47 4
        1994-1995 (oversized) OV2  
      Wall Street Journal Classroom Edition, 1991, 1994-1995 (oversized) 104 7-8
    Whole School Strategy, 1993-1996 47 5
    Wirthlin Study, 1990 47 6
    Women’s Issues, 1987-1993 47 7
    Workforce Readings, 1987-1996 47 8
    Year of the Consultant, 1988-1989 47 9
    Year of the Educator, 1988-1989 47 10
    Years of Leadership, 1991 47 11
  Programs    
    Achiever Photographs, 1970s-1980s 93 8-14
    Program CD, 2001 99 10
    College    
      Applied Management, 1987-1991 47 12
    Elementary    
      ABCs of Business and Living, 1989 47 13
      Area Self-Assessment, 1991 47 14
      Awards, 1991-1993 47 15
      Board Correspondence, 1991-1992 47 16
      Budget, 1996-1997 47 17
      Committees    
        Blue Ribbon Committee, 1990-1991 47 18
        Elementary Advisory Committee, 1991 47 19
        Elementary School Market, 1990-1992 47 20
      Consultants    
        Antell, Gus, 1989-1990 47 21
        Banaszak, Ronald, n.d. 47 22
        Bergquist, Wilbur, 1993 47 23
        Boyd, Carl, 1992 47 24
        Chait, Michael, 1992 47 25
        Davenport, Joni, 1992 47 26
        Davis, Sharryl, 1991 47 27
        Eckles, Robert and Dolores, n.d. 47 28
        Gair, Connie, 1992 47 29
        Goldstein, Phyllis, 1991 47 30
        Guidelines, 1992 47 31
        Kern, Steven, 1991 47 32
        McGuire, Linda, 1990 47 33
        Muhammad, Kimberly, 1990 47 34
        Patterson, Susan, 1990-1991 47 35
        Pullman, Burke, 1991 47 36
        Schwammberger, Betsy, 1990 47 37
        Simmons, Barry and Diane, 1992 47 38
        Sixth Grade Activity Drafts, 1992 47 39
        Stone, Jeff and Yvette Duncan, 1994 47 40
        Swan, Sandra, 1990 47 41
        Training Video, n.d.   V0005
        Van Scotter, Pam, 1989 47 42
        Yeager, David, 1991 47 43
      Curriculum Audit, 1993-1994 47 44
      Development, 1991-2000 47 45
      Development and Implementation Plan, 1992-1997 47 46
      Elementary School Programs, 1994 47 47
      Endorsements, 1992-1993 47 48
      Evaluations    
        Correspondence, 1992-1994 47 49
        Formative Evaluations, 1993 47 50
        Memphis, 1992-1993 47 51
      Field Memos, 1990-1993 47 52
      Focus Groups, n.d. 47 53
      Funding, 1986-1994 47 54
      General Information, 1989, 1992-1994 47 55
      History    
        Correspondence    
          1989-1995 47 56
          1989-1995 48 1
        Design, ca. 1992 48 2
        Program Numbers, 1992-1993 48 3
      Implementation Plan, ca. 1992 48 4
      Information Packet, 1990-1993 48 5
      Instructional Model, n.d. 48 6
      K-6 Initiative Business Plan, 1993-1994 48 7
      Kellogg Foundation, 1987-1992 48 8
      Lemonade Stand, 1991-1995 48 9
      Memphis State Proposal, 1994 48 10
      Mutchler (Jerry) Correspondence, 1990-1992 48 11
      Name/Trademark Search, 1991-1992 48 12
      National Student Savings Week, n.d. 48 13
      Overview/Objectives, 1994 48 14
      Parent Component, 1995-1998 48 15-16
      Pilot Cities , 1989-1990 48 17
      Photographs, 1970s-1980s 93 28
      Position Paper, n.d. 48 18
      Presentations    
        Fort Worth, n.d. 48 19
        In-School Programs Management, 1991 48 20
        Information Packets, ca. 1990 48 21
        Regional Training Seminar, 1991 48 22
      Program Costs, 1992-1995 48 23
      Programs    
        Business Basics    
          A Comprehensive Evaluation Overview, 1987 48 24
          Girl Scouts, 1990 48 25
          Instructor Plans, 1987 48 26
          Marketing Education Partnership, n.d. 48 27
          Photographs and Slides    
            ca. 1980 93 21
            1984, 1992 95 18
          Program Kits    
            Audio Cassettes, 1980-1981 100 19
            Printed Materials    
              1980-1981, 1984, 1986-1987, 1989, 1991-1993 48 28-32
              1980/81, 1984, 1987, 1989, 1991/93 (oversized) OV2  
          Staff Manual, 1980-1981 48 33-34
          Task Force, 1983-1988 48 35
          Training, 1988 48 36
        Exchange City    
          Correspondence, 1996-1999 48 37-38
          Exchange City Replication National Advisory Committee, 1997 48 39
          Learning Comes to Life at Exchange City, ca. 1997 48 40
          Proposal, ca. 1999 48 41
        Our City    
          Comments, 1997-1998 48 42
          Consultant Program Kit Sample, 1993-1995 106  
          Extended Activities, 1994 48 43
          Instructional Material    
            1991-2001 48 44-49
            1991-2001 (oversized) 109  
            1991-2001 (oversized) OV2  
        Our Community    
          Comments, 1997-1998 48 50
          Consultant Program Kit Sample, 1991 107  
          Extended Activities, 1994 48 51
          Instructional Material    
            1990-1998 48 52-57
            1999-2001 49 1
            1993-2001 (oversized) OV2  
          Money and Banking Audio Cassette, 1991-2001 101 10-11
        Our Families    
          Audio Cassettes    
            Extended Activities, 1994 101 8
            Talking Tools, 1996-2001 101 18
          Comments, 1997-1998 49 2
          Consultant Program Kit Sample, 1993-1995 106  
          Extended Activities, 1994 49 3
          Instructional Material    
            1991-2003 49 4-10
            1991-2003 (oversized) 109  
            1991-2003 (oversized) OV2  
        Our Nation    
          Comments, 1997-1998, 2000 49 11
          Consultant Program Kit Sample, 1993-1995 106  
          Extended Activities, 1994 49 12
          Instructional Material    
            1992-2001 49 13-17
            1992-2001 (oversized) OV2  
        Our Region    
          Comments, 1997-1998 49 18
          Consultant Program Kit Sample, 1993-1995 107  
          Extended Activities, 1994 49 19
          Instructional Material    
            1992-2001 49 20-24
            1991-2001 (oversized) OV2  
          Video, 1997   V0016
        Our World    
          Audio Cassette: It Takes a World to Provide, 1993-1996 101 12-14
          Comments, 1997-1998 49 25
          Consultant Program Kit Sample, 1993-1995 105  
          Extended Activities, 1994 49 26
          Instructional Material    
            1992-2001 49 27-31
            1993-2001 (oversized) OV2  
        Ourselves    
          Comments, 1998 49 32
          Consultant Program Kit Sample, 1993-1995 (oversized) 105  
          Extended Activities, 1994 49 33
          Instructional Material    
            1992-2003 49 34-39
            1992-2001 (oversized) OV2  
          Video, 1997   V0017
      Quik Kit for K-6 Funding, ca. 1980s 49 40
      Rico and the Roller Skates, 1992 49 41
      Sixth Grade Music, 1993 49 42
      Software, 1991-1993 49 43
      Task Force Meeting, 1991 49 44
      Technology Audit, 1995 49 45
      Tiger Team    
        Materials, 1990-1991 49 46
        Meetings, 1990 49 47
      Training Package, 1992 50 1
      Video, 1991 50 2
      Whole School Marketing Strategy, 1993 50 3
    High School    
      Achiever Photographs    
        1970s-1990s 93 41
        1970s-1990s 94 1
      Correspondence    
        Advisory Panel, 1994 50 4
        Economic Education Marketplace Database, 1997 50 5-6
        Internships, 1997 50 7
        Task Force, 1995, 1997 50 8-9
      An International Sporting Event, 1994 50 10
      Applied Economics/JA Economics    
        Advanced Placement, 1987 50 11
        Anti-AE Campaign, 1983 50 12
        Applied Economics by Satellite, 1990-1991 50 13
        At-Risk Supplement, 1989 50 14
        Audio-Visual Kits    
          Audio Cassettes, 1982, 1986 100 1-14
          Printed Materials, 1985-1986 50 15
          Slides, 1982, 1986 102  
        Bibliography, 1982-1983 50 16
        Business Case Studies, 1986 50 17
        Canada    
          Applied Economics Evaluations, 1994 50 18
          Correspondence, 1988-1995 50 19
          Program Materials, ca. 1990s 50 20
        Cash-Free Student Company    
          Correspondence, 1987-1991 50 21
          Workbook, 1989 50 22
        Cinemaker’s Agreement, 1983-1984 50 23
        Correspondence, 1980-1983 50 24-25
        Diagnostic Tests, 1986, 1993-1994, 1996-1997 50 26-27
        Educational Testing Service, 1986-1987 50 28
        Evaluation Advisory Committee, 1983 50 29
        Evaluations    
          1983 50 30
          1984-1987, 1989, 1993 51 1-2
        Funding Proposals, 1983-1985 51 3-4
        Hewlett Packard Task Force, 1984 51 5
        History, 1982-1988 51 6-9
        International Trade Video, 1990   V0001
        Joint Council of Economic Education, 1982-1985 51 10
        Junior College Version, 1984-1987 51 11
        Marketing Kit, Part 2    
          Audio Cassettes, 1984 100 15-18
          Slides, 1984 102  
        Name Change, 1985-1988 51 12
        Newsletters    
          Newsworthy Notes, 1990-1992 51 13
          Talks to Teachers, 1989-1994, 1996 51 14
          Talks to Teachers Proposal, 1990-1994 51 15
        Ninth Grade, 1987-1988 51 16
        Oklahoma State University, 1988-1991 51 17
        Photographs, 1970s-1980s 93 19
        Portfolio Project, 1985 51 18
        Program Implementation Package, 1990, 1992 51 19-20
        Program Materials    
          1982-1984 51 21-29
          1984-1992 52 1-25
          1993-1996, 1998-2000 53 1-22
          1982, 1993-1998 (oversized) 103 21-23
        Proposal for Implementation, 1982 53 23
        Report, 1991 53 24
        Reviews, 1984-1987 53 25-26
        Rural Expansion Program    
          Implementation Manual, ca. 1987 53 27
          Planning Materials, ca. 1988 53 28
          Report, 1988 53 29
        Software    
          Automatic Test Generator    
            1987, 1991-1994 53 30
            1996-1999 54 1
          Financial Applications, 1983, 1986-1987 54 2
          Macroland    
            Correspondence, 1991-1998 54 3
            Lovell, Michael, 1992-1993 54 4
            Program Materials, 1991, 1997-1998 54 5
          Management and Economic Simulation (MESE)    
            Black Tie MESE, n.d. 54 6
            Contest, 1989-1993 54 7
            Correspondence, 1986-1998 54 8
            International, 1993-1995 54 9
            MultiMESE, 1995 54 10
            Program Materials, 1983-1988, 1990-1991, 1999 54 11-15
          Student Company Software, 1986-1992, 1997-1998 54 16-19
        Spectrum, 1990 54 20
        Staff Manual, 1981, 1983 54 21-22
        Student Activities, 1984 54 23
        Summer School, 1988 54 24
        Task Force, 1989-2000 54 25
        Teacher/Consultant Planning Video, 1990   V0002
        Teacher Training, 1992-1993 54 26-28
        Texas Manual, 1985 54 29-30
        Text, 1984-1986 54 31
        Trimester, 1985-1987 54 32
        World Cup Activity, 1993-1994 54 33
        Video Series Planning Guide, ca. 1989 54 34
      Business and Economic Careers    
        Accounting, 1994 54 35
        Correspondence, 1991-1993 54 36-37
        Curriculum Development, 1991-1993 54 38
        Early Economic Education, 1993 54 39
        Efficacy, 1993 55 1
        Manual, 1991 55 2
        Marketing Strategies, 1992 55 3
        National Urban League    
          General Information, 1990-1992 55 4
          Photographs, ca. 1991 95 16
        Philip Morris Corporation, 1991 55 5
      GLOBE    
        Correspondence, 1994-1997 55 6
        Program Materials    
          1993-1994, 1999-2001 55 7-10
          1999-2001 (oversized) 103 20
      Groundhog Job Shadow Day    
        Circulation, 1999-2000 55 11
        General Information, 1997-1998, 2000-2002 55 12-16
        JA Headquarters, 1999-2000 55 17
        Public Service Announcements CD, n.d. 99 8
      JA BASE    
        Arts and Entertainment, 1999-2001 55 18
        Posters, 1999-2001 (oversized) 103 12
        Proposal, 1997-1998 55 19
        Sports, 1999-2001 55 20
        Videos, n.d.   V0010-V0012
      JA Company    
        Achiever Recruiting, 1951-1978 55 21-23
        Advisor Program Notebook, ca. 1979 55 24
        Advisor Recruiting, 1985 55 25
        Advisor Training, 1978-1980 55 26
        Business Center Manual, n.d. 55 27
        Canada Adviser Manual    
          1985 55 28
          1985 (oversized) 103 17
        Canada Director Guide, 1987 55 29
        Canada Sample Records System    
          1985 55 30
          1985 (oversized) 103 18
        Charters, 1976-1980 55 31
        Community Kit, 1981 55 32
        Company Awards, 1979-1993 55 33
        Company Service Manual, 1982 55 34
        Company of the Year Contest, 1986-1987 55 35
        Correspondence, 1986-1996 55 36
        Doug Wyles Productions, 1982 55 37
        ECON USA, 1973, 1979-1981 56 1
        Effectiveness Study, 1967 56 2
        Evaluation Summary, 1986-1987 56 3
        Forms, 1940s-1980s 56 4
        Future of the Program, 1989 56 5
        General Information Manual, 1971-1972 56 6
        Handicapped Students, 1971-1999 56 7
        High School Operations Manual, ca. 1980 56 8
        History, ca. 1995 56 9
        Implementation Guide, ca. 2001 56 10
        Liquidation Manual, 1967 56 11
        National JA Company Conference (NAJAC)/International Student Forum    
          Newsletters    
            Achiever, 1972, 1974-1978, 1980-1983, 1985, 1988 (oversized) 103 7-11
            Conference News, 1949, 1953, 1955-1958, 1960-1962, 1964-1969, 1975-1976 56 12-13
            Daily Herald-Telephone, 1965-1966, 1968 (oversized) 103 2-3
            Sunday Herald-Times, 1972-1974 (oversized) 103 4-6
          Panorama Photograph Identification Keys, 1965-1966, 1968-1970, 1973, 1977 56 14
          Photographs    
            1944, 1947-1950, 1953-1955, 1957-1959, 1961-1962, 1964, 1966-1972, 1974-1978, 1987-1988 94 14-39
            ca. 1970s-1990s 95 1-2
            1949, 1952-1956, 1959, 1961-1977, 1979-1980, 1982-1983, 1986-1988, 1990 (oversized) OV3  
          Program Materials, 1944, 1952, 1970-1990, 1992-1993 56 15-18
          Slides    
            1979, ca. 1980 95 31-35
            1987 96 1-2
        Officer of the Year Test Books, 1977, 1979, 1980, 1983, 1987, 1992 56 19
        Officer Training, 1967-1976 56 20
        Operations, 1946-1977 56 21
        Partnership Manual, 1975-1976 56 22
        Patents, n.d. 56 23
        Pilot Evaluation, 1990-1992 56 24
        Posters, 1960s-1990s (oversized) OV2  
        Preview Sites, 1996 56 25
        Product Ideas, 1962-1979, 1987-1998 56 26-39
        Program at a Glance, 1995-1996 56 10
        Program Materials (includes Advisor/Consultant Manuals, Company Kits, Student Manuals and Text Books)    
          ca. 1920s, 1944-1945, 1950, 1954-1956 56 41-45
          1960-1972/73, 1975-1981/82 57 1-31
          1981/82-1991, 1996-1997, 2001-2003 58 1-20
          1976-1983, 1985-1988, 1991, 1996-1997, 2001-2003 (oversized) OV2  
        Purpose Statement – 25 Week Program, ca. 1980 58 21
        Recruiting Slides and Films, 1953-1984 58 22
        Revision of Materials, 1991 58 23
        Safety Manuals, 1940s-1970s 58 24
        Scrapbook: Something Else…Something Better JA Company, 1988-1989    
        Semester Program Staff Manual, 1982 58 25
        Semester Training, 1981 58 26-27
        Service System    
          Correspondence, 1977-1981 58 28
          District Coordinator Handbook, ca. 1978, 1981-1982 58 29-30
          Staff Director Handbook    
            ca. 1978 58 31
            1981-1982 59 1
        Software    
          Correspondence, 1985-1988 59 2-3
          JA Company Software, 1987 59 4
          Records System Software, 1986 59 5
        Software Strategy, 1981-1989 59 6
        Staff Opinion Survey, 1989-1990 59 7
        Student Sales Manual, n.d. 59 8
        Sturdy Stilts, 1970-1977 59 9
        Summer Experiment, 1988 59 10
        Supplemental Activities    
          Games, 1986 59 11
          The Market Game    
            1986 59 12
            1986 (oversized) 103 19
        Task Force, 1987, 1990-1991, 1995 59 13-17
        Thirty-Minute Company, 1960-1974 59 18
        Top Sales, 1970-1983 59 19
        Twenty-Week Company, 1984 59 20
        Two-Advisor Program Model, 1987 59 21
        What If…, 1999   V0021
        Yearbooks, 1953, 1962/63 59 22
      JA Go Figure, 2000 59 23
      JA Titan, 1998-2001 59 24
      Leadership JA Spring Pilot, 1997 59 25
      OPT Business Leadership Experience, 1986 59 26
      Success Now    
        Correspondence, 1987-1992 59 27
        Pilot, 1990 59 28
        Photographs, ca. 1990s 95 13
        Program Materials, 1990-1991, 1993-1995 59 29-35
        Providence, RI, 1987-1990 59 36
      Success Quest, n.d. 59 37
      Success Skills    
        Audio Cassette, 1998-2000 101 9
        Printed Materials    
          1997-2000 59 38-39
          1998-2000 (oversized) 103 14
        Video Assessment Activity 3, 1997-2000   Voo19
      Workforce Development Resource Guide, n.d. 59 40
    Middle School    
      Achiever Photographs    
        1970s-1990s 93 41
        1970s-1990s 94 1
      Consultant Training Video, n.d.   V0014
      Curriculum, 1994-1995 59 41
      Economics of Staying in School    
        Freedoms Foundation Award Entry Scrapbook, 1990    
        Game, 1988-1989 60 1
        Instructional Material    
          1988-2000 60 2-10
          1988-1996, 1998-2000 (oversized) 103 16
        Scrapbook for National Awards Entry, 1990 93 1
        Video, 1991 60 11
      Enterprise in Action    
        Printed Materials    
          1995-2000, 2002-2004 60 12-14
          2002-2004 (oversized) 103 13
        Program CD, 2002-2004 99 6
      International Marketplace    
        Consultant Program Kit Sample, 1995-1997 108  
        Printed Materials    
          1995-2000 60 15-16
          1995-2000 (oversized) 109  
          1995-1997 (oversized) 103 15
        Video, 1997   V0009
      Personal Economics    
        Consultant Program Kit Sample, 1995-1997 108  
        Information, 1997 60 17
        Program Materials, 1995-2000 60 18-19
      Project Business    
        Brochures, ca. 1980s 60 20
        Canada Manual, ca. 1979, 1982 60 21-22
        Canada Materials, ca. 1982 60 23
        Case Studies, 1981-1988 60 24
        Chicago Implementation Plan, 1982 60 25
        Classroom Ideas, 1984-1986 60 26
        Consultant Manual, 1985 60 27-28
        Evaluations, 1979, 1983-1985, 1988, 1991 60 29-33
        Guidelines for Accountants, 1993 60 34
        Handicapped Students, 1980-1982 60 35
        Macroland Chronology, 1994-1996 60 36
        Notes, 1992-1997 60 37
        Operation Enterprise    
          Photographs, ca. 1980s 95 3
          Video, n.d.   V0015
        Part-Time Training, ca. 1980 60 38
        Part-Time Training Transparencies, ca. 1980 60 39
        Photographs, ca. 1980 95 4
        Program Materials    
          1981 60 40
          1981, 1984-1994 61 1-31
          1981, 1984, 1986-1989, 1993 (oversized) OV2  
        Resource Guide, 1983-1984 61 32
        Revisions, 1984-1988 61 33
        Sample Area Opening, ca. 1983 61 34
        Software    
          CAPS – Management Simulation, 1992-1993 61 35
          Stock Market Simulation, 1988, 1997-1998 61 36-37
        Staff Manual, ca. 1979, 1981 61 38-40
        Stock Market Game, 1987-1991 61 41
        Video Field Trip, 1987-1989 61 42-44
        World Cup Soccer, 1992 61 45
      Project Economics    
        Business Simulation, 1990-1992 62 1
        Correspondence, 1988-1990 62 2
        History, 1981-1990 62 3
        New Materials, 1990 62 4
        Pilot Evaluation, 1990 62 5
        Program Materials, 1988-1991 62 6-11
      Training Package, 1995-1996 62 12
  School Credit    
    Areas with Credit, 1963-1975 62 13
    Checklist, n.d. 62 14
    Correspondence, 1968-1979 62 15-16
    Dayton Experiment    
      Checklist, n.d. 62 17
      Correspondence, 1969-1977 62 18-20
      In-School Report, 1973 62 21
      Photographs, 1970 93 38
      Reports from Areas, 1968-1972 62 22
      Statistics, ca. 1970 62 23
    Evidence of Results, 1971-1973 62 24
    History, 1951-1973 62 25
    Proposals, 1969-1972 62 26
    Updates, 1972-1976 62 27
  School to Work    
    A Summit on Opportunities, 1995-1996 62 28
    Apprenticeship, 1993 62 29
    Correspondence, 1993-1995 62 30
    Creative Learning Communities, 1995 62 31
    Education Report, 1995 62 32
    Goals 2000, 1994 62 33
    Integration of Humanities, 1997 62 34
    Jobs for the Future, 1993-1994 62 35
    Linking School to Employment, 1992 62 36
    Matrix, 1996-1997 62 37
    Partner, 1995 62 38
    School to Work Opportunities Act, 1994 62 39
    State Planning Guide, ca. 1995 63 1
    States    
      California, 1995 63 2
      Delaware, 1995 63 3
      Florida, 1995-1996

63

4
      Indiana, 1995-1998 63 5
      JA of Battle Creek , MI, 1995 63 6
      JA of East Central Iowa , 1994-1995 63 7
      JA of Rhode Island , 1995 63 8
      JA of Rochester, NY, 1995 63 9
      JA of Southern Massachusetts, 1995 63 10
      JA of Western Massachusetts, 1994-1995 63 11
      JA of Wisconsin, 1994-1995 63 12
      Kentucky, ca. 1995 63 13
      Kern County, CA, 1995 63 14
      Minnesota, 1994 63 15
      Montana, 1995 63 16
      Oklahoma, 1996 63 17
      Oregon, 1993-1995 63 18
      Pennsylvania , 1995 63 19
      Texas, 1994 63 20
    Technical Assistance, 1997-1998 63 21
    Transition, 1992-1993 63 22
    Updates, 1995, 1997-1998 63 23
    Workforce Readiness, 1994 63 24
    Workplace Economics, 1994 63 25
  Surveys    
    A National Response to the Need for Greater Economic Awareness, 1980 63 26
    Applied Economics    
      A Plan to Evaluate Applied Economics, 1988 63 27
      FERA    
        An Evaluation of Student Learning, 1993 63 28
        AE Evaluation of Course, Consultant, and Teacher Effectiveness, 1985 63 29
        Applied Economics Evaluation Report, 1989 63 30
        Briefing Documents, 1984 63 31
        Correspondence, 1983-1992 63 32
        Data Summaries, 1984-1985, 1989 63 33
        Evaluation Design Overview, 1983 63 34
        Evaluation Materials, 1988-1989 63 35
        Full-Pilot Evaluation, 1984 63 36
        Initial Pilot Evaluation, 1983 63 37
        Meta Evaluation, 1982-1985, 1987 63 38
        Partial Briefing Information – Initial Pilot, 1983 63 39
        Pre-Pilot Evaluation, 1983 63 40
        Progress Report on Applied Economics Evaluation, 1983 63 41
        Research Findings, 1980-1989 63 42
        Research Presentation, 1986 63 43
        Responses to JA Applied Economics Training Session Questionnaire, 1983 63 44
        Student Reactions to Applied Economics, 1986 63 45
      Indiana University School of Business, 1988 63 46
    Business Basics    
      Correspondence, 1987-1991 63 47
      Evaluations, 1987-1990 63 48
      Proposals, 1983-1987 63 49
      Questionnaires, n.d. 63 50
    Drug-Free Workplace, 1993 63 51
    Economics of Staying in School, 1990-1995 63 52
    Education Resource Book, 1988, 1991 63 53
    Elementary Evaluation, 1991-1992 63 54
    Elementary School Program Technology Audit, 1995 64 1
    Evaluation of the Semester Program, 1981-1982 64 2
    Farm Bureau Evaluation, 1995 64 3
    Gallup Survey    
      Correspondence, 1992-1994 64 4
      National Youth Survey: Attitudes and Expectations, 1994 64 5-6
    International Youth Survey (Japan), 1990 64 7
    JA/Gallup International Youth Survey, 1995 64 8
    Longitudinal Evaluation of Education in Central Indiana, 1995-1996 64 9
    Marketing Research Report, 1996 64 10
    Program Evaluation, 1992-1993 64 11
    Project Business    
      Evaluation Correspondence, 1987-1990 64 12
      Evaluation Overheads, 1991 64 13
      Evaluation Proposals, 1988-1991 64 14
      Evaluation Questionnaires, 1988-1991 64 15
      Evaluations, 1979, 1985, 1988-1992 64 16-18
      Faucett Evaluation Correspondence, 1988-1989 64 19
      Faucett Evaluation Planning Sessions, 1988 64 20
      Gentlemen Associates, 1990-1991 64 21
    Russian High School Students Master Applied Economics, 1995 64 22
    Skills Standards Initiative, 1993-1994 64 23
    Tech Prep    
      Correspondence, 1992-1995 64 24
      Indiana, 1994 64 25
      Oklahoma, n.d. 64 26
      Oregon, 1994 64 27
      Publications, 1992 64 28
      South Carolina, 1992 64 29
      Wisconsin, 1994 64 30
Finance Team    
  Area Financial Records (see Appendix for Area List)    
    1985-1987    
      A-C 64 31-35
      C-Y 65 1-24
    1987-1989    
      A 65 25-26
      B-S 66 1-24
      S-Y 67 1-8
    1989-1990    
      A-S 67 9-25
      S-Y 68 1-5
    1990-1991    
      L-W 68 6-25
      W-Y 69 1-3
    1991-1992    
      A-S 69 4-25
      S-Y 70 1-10
    1992-1993    
      A-F 70 11-23
      G-S 71 1-22
      T-Y 72 1-6
         
    1993-1994    
      A-J 72 7-25
      K-W 73 1-24
      W-Y 74 1-2
    1994-1995    
      A-K 74 3-23
      L-W 75 1-23
      W 76 1-2
    1995-1996    
      A-L 76 3-25
      L-W 77 1-23
      W-Y 78 1-2
    1996-1997    
      A-J 78 3-23
      K-S 79 1-21
      T-Y 80 1-6
  Financially Speaking Newsletter, 1969, 1972-1973 80 7
  Junior Achievement, Inc. Audits, 1983-2001 80 8-9
Human Resources Team    
  Area Information Management System, ca. 1991 80 10
  Board Business is Serious Business, ca. 1991 80 11
  Board Orientation, ca. 1988 80 12
  Board Overheads, n.d. 80 13
  Compensation Task Force, 1991-1992, 1994 80 14-18
  Continuous Improvement Management Philosophy, 1992 80 19
  Employee Benefits, 1999 80 20
  Employee Opinion Survey, 1982, 1985, 1988 80 21-23
  Employee Recognition, 1993-1995 80 24
  Field Position Descriptions, ca. 1950s, 1988-1999 80 25-31
  Financial Management, n.d. 80 32
  Financial Management Training Seminar, 1982 81 1
  Human Resources Manual, 1991 81 2
  Liaison Training Package, 1994 81 3
  Management Meeting Minutes, 1987-1989 81 4
  Management Training, 2001 81 5
  Managing Diversity Education/Awareness Orientation, 1994 81 6
  Managing in an Education Environment, 1989 81 7
  Managing Educators, 1993 81 8
  The Policy Game, n.d. 81 9
  Software Overheads, n.d. 81 10
  Staff Training Seminar, ca. 1986 81 11
  Stress Management, 1992 81 12
  Superior Team Membership, ca. 1991 81 13
  Total Quality Management, ca. 1990 81 14
  Train the Trainer, 1990, 1993 81 15
  Training Analysis, 1995 81 16
  Volunteer Management, 1990 81 17
Information Services Team    
  Company Support, 1989-1997 81 18-24
  Development, 2000 81 25
  Key Business Statistics, 2001 81 26
  Organizational Performance Management System, 1996 81 27
  Program Analysis    
    1986/87 81 28-31
    1987/88-1992/93 82 1-23
    1992/93-1994/95 83 1-23
    1994/95-1996/97 84 1-22
    1996/97-1998/99, 2000/01 85 1-22
Public Affairs Team    
  Clippings, 1940s-1990s 85 23
  Media Coverage    
    Newspaper Coverage, 1998-2000 85 24
    TV Talks, 1999-2000 85 25
  Young IT Entrepreneur of the Year, 1999 85 26
  Young Money, 1999 85 27
Resource Generations Team    
  3M, 1990-1994 85 28
  4-H Council, 1997-1999 85 29
  Accountabilities, 1997 85 30
  Alumni Association    
    Directory, 1988-1989 85 31
    Living History Initiative, n.d. 85 32
    Manual, ca. 1990 85 33
    National Graduate Achievement, 1952-1981 86 1-2
    New Boston Group, 1988 86 3-4
    Telemarketing Campaign, Fall 1988 86 5
    Telemarketing Packet, 1989-1992 86 6-8
    Telemarketing Training, 1991-1993 86 9-10
  American Field Service, 1997 86 11
  American Management Association, 1998-1999 86 12
  Ameritech, 1996-1997 86 13
  Armijo, Tim, 1999 86 14
  Asheville, NC, 1989 86 15
  Associated Builders, 1999 86 16
  Associated General Contractors of America, 1997-1999 86 17-18
  At-Risk Programs, 1989 86 19
  AT&T, 1986-1990, 1998 86 20
  Atlantic Coast, 1988 86 21
  Augusta, GA, 1989 86 22
  Bellsouth, 1998 86 23
  Best Buy, 1999 86 24
  Bi-Weekly Reports, 1999 86 25
  Bingo, 1989-1990 86 26
  Bowl-A-Thon    
    General, 1987 86 27
    Guide to a Successful Bowl-A-Thon, 1984-1986 86 28-29
    Samples    
      1984-1986 86 30
      1984-1986 (oversized) 104 1
    Sponsorship Proposal, 1994 86 31
    Survey, ca. 1987 86 32
    Task Force, 1994 86 33
  Bowling Green Project, 1985-1987 86 34
  Boys and Girls Clubs, 1998 86 35
  Budget, 1987-1990 86 36
  Business Reports, 1986-1988 86 37
  Calendar of Events, 1988-1989 86 38
  Campaign    
    General    
      1990-1991, 1995-1997 86 39-44
      1997-1999 87 1-5
    Gift Requests, 1998 87 6-7
    Giving, 1989 87 8
    Management System, 1986-1989 87 9
    Materials, 1977-1980 87 10
    Reports, 1994-2000 87 11
    Workbook, n.d., 1961 87 12
    Year-End Report, 1994-1997 87 13-16
  Capital Building Campaign, ca. 1987 87 17
  Cargill, 1998-1999 87 18
  Case Study, n.d. 87 19
  Charleston WV, 1990 87 20
  Chicago Whole-School Information, 1999 87 21
  Chick-Fil-A, 1999 87 22
  Cleveland, OH, 1988-1989 87 23
  Code of Ethics, 1986 87 24
  Corporate Sponsorship Program, 2000 87 25-26
  Curriculum Growth for JA, ca. 1994 87 27
  Des Moines, IA, 1988-1990 87 28
  Development Department Sources, 1989 87 29
  Dewitt Wallace – Readers Digest Fund    
    1992-1995 87 30
    1992-1995 88 1
  Disaster Plan, 1989 88 2
  Economic Education Marketplace Database, 1997 88 3-4
  Educational Computers, 1984-1986 88 5
  Elfun, 1997 88 6
  Executive Fundraising Responsibilities, n.d. 88 7
  Expert Funding Panel, 1991-1992 88 8-9
  Field Customer Satisfaction Survey, n.d. 88 10
  Field Offices, 2000 88 11
  Field Operations, 1989 88 12
  Floyd, Don, 1986 88 13
  Ford Foundation, 1993-1994 88 14
  Foundation Funding, 1991-1992 88 15
  Foundations, 1989 88 16
  Fundraising, 1989 88 17
  Fundraising Information/Sample Proposals, 2002 99 7
  Fundraising Manuals, 1986 88 18-23
  Fundraising Policy, n.d. 88 24
  Future Business Leaders of America, 1999 88 25
  Glenmede Trust, 1984-1987 88 26-27
  Goldman Sachs, 1997-1998 88 28
  Golf Americard, 1988 88 29
  Grand Rapids Fund Drive Guide, 1986-1988 88 30-34
  Grant Requests, 1983-1992 88 35
  Greenville, SC, 1989 88 36
  Household Finance Corp.    
    1997-1998 88 37-38
    1998-1999 89 1
  How to Effectively Raise Funds for JA, n.d. 89 2
  Imagery Concepts, 1999 89 3
  Incentive Compensation Task Force, 1997-1998 89 4
  Inroads, 1998 89 5
  IRS, 1988-1989 89 6
  International Association for Financial Planning, 1997-1999 89 7
  JA of Arkansas, 1999 89 8
  Kellogg Foundation    
    Applied Economics, 1979-1989, 1994 89 9-10
    Applied Economics – Michigan, 1984-1986 89 11
    Correspondence, 1993-1995 89 12
    Developmental Economic Education Program (DEEP), 1985-1986 89 13-14
    Evaluation of the Semester Program, 1982 89 15
    Project Business, 1976-1979, 1983 89 16
    Semester Program, 1980-1982 89 17-18
  Kraft Grant, 1993-1995 89 19
  Lancaster, PA, 1989-1990 89 20
  Longview Foundation, 1992-1993 89 21
  MAPS, 1986-1988 89 22
  Mentoring, 1997 89 23
  Military Role Model    
    Correspondence, 1999-2000 89 24-25
    JROTC, 1999-2000 89 26
    Lions Quest Skills for Action, 2000 89 27
  National Contribution Survey, 1993-1994 89 28
  New York Life Foundation, 1998-1999 89 29
  Operating Agreement, 1998 89 30
  Partners, 1986 89 31
  Peoria, IL, 1988-1989 89 32
  Performance Development Process, 1999 89 33
  Personnel Department, 1986-1988 89 34
  Phillips Petroleum, 1990-1994 89 35
  Planned Giving    
    Feasibility Study, 1988-1992 89 36
    Individual Gifts, 1988-1993 89 37
    Individual Giving Training, 1994 90 1
    Investor: A Manual for Gift Planning, 1988 90 2
    Pioneers, 1992-1993 90 3
    Planned/Individual Giving Overheads (Judy Tischler), ca. 1988-1989 90 4-5
    Property Gifts, 1993 90 6
    Roundtable, 1992 90 7
    Task Force, 1992-1993 90 8
  Prepaid Calling Card Business Project, 1997 90 9
  Progressive Executive Training, 1986-1989 90 10
  Proposals, 1990-1992, 1998-1999 90 11-12
  Providence, RI, 1989-1990 90 13
  Reading, PA, 1986-1987 90 14
  Rural Outreach, 1989 90 15
  San Jose, CA, 1987 90 16
  Score, 2000 90 17
  Shell Oil, 1997-1998 90 18
  Strategic Alliance Workshop, n.d. 90 19
  Strategic Plan (Team), 1995-1996 90 20-21
  Summary of Grants and Projects, 1990 90 22
  TRW Presentation, 1994 90 23
  Tall Building Campaign, 1988 90 24
  Teacher Driven Strategy    
    Correspondence, 1998-2000 90 25
    Nashville Memorial Project, 1996 90 26
    Overheads, n.d. 90 27
  Telemarketing Training    
    Printed Materials, n.d. 90 28
    Video, n.d.   V0020
  Troops to Teachers, 1998-1999 90 29
  Training and Overheads    
    3 R’s, n.d. 90 30
    Alliance Criteria, n.d. 90 31
    Briefing and HUB Outline, ca. 2000 90 32
    College Driven Strategy, n.d. 90 33
    Corporate Driven Strategy, n.d. 90 34
    JA Purpose and Mission, n.d. 90 35
    Regional Training, 2001 90 36
    Strategic Board Effectiveness Model    
      Overheads, ca. 1990s 90 37
      Program CD, n.d. 99 11
    Team Focus, n.d. 90 38
    Volunteer Retention, n.d. 90 39
  USAA Foundation, 1999 90 40
  Vendor Campaign, 1989 90 41
  Volunteer Coordinator Notebook, ca. 2000 90 42
  Warren/Youngstown, OH, 1988-1990 90 43
  Washington DC/El Paso TX, 1989 90 44
  Weekly Updates, 1986-1987 90 45
  What Works Where, 1987 90 46-47
  Year of the Consultant, 1988 90 48
Publications, 1929-1999    
101-Plus News Releases, 1973, 1980 90 49-50
A Community Relations Plan for Industrial Cities, n.d. 90 51
A Look into the Past, n.d. 90 52
A Style Guide for JA Newsletter Writers, ca. 1990 90 53
Accounting Manuals    
  ca. 1960 90 54
  1989 91 1-2
Achievement in Action, 1957 91 3
Achievement is My Goal, 1956 91 4
Achievement Magazine, 1927, 1941-1955 91 5-7
Annual Reports    
  Photographs and Slides    
    1980s, 1988-1989, 1994-1995 93 15-18
    1980s-1990s 95 17
  Publication, 1965-1967, 1970/71-1975/76, 1977/78-1978/79, 1980/81-1982/83, 1984/85-1985/86, 1987/88-1993, 1996, 1998/99 91 8-10
Area Directors and Chairman Talk About JA, 1955 91 11
Area Guides, 1973-1974, 1982 91 12
Area Staff Roster, 1995 91 13
Board of Directors Manual, 1960-1961, 1976, 1982 91 14
Brochures    
  Elementary School, 1980s-1990s 91 15
  High School, 1980s-1997 91 16
  Middle School, 1985-1997 91 17
  Miscellaneous, 1970s-1990s 91 18
  Program Overview, 1970s-1990s 91 19-20
  Volunteer Recruitment, 1970s-1990s 91 21-22
Chapter Application and Official Operating Manual, 1952 91 23
Chief Staff Officer Hiring Process, 2001 91 24
Clichés of Socialism, ca. 1960s 91 25
Communications for JA Professionals, n.d. 91 26
Dateline Junior Achievement    
  Correspondence, 1970-1976 91 27
  Magazine, 1965-1978, 1980, 1982 (incomplete) 91 28-30
Directory of JA Offices, 1977-1978 92 1
Effective Public Relations and Communications, 1983 92 2
Employee Handbook, 1983, 1986 92 3
Expansion Press Book, 1959, 1965 92 4
Future Unlimited Banquet Manual, n.d. 92 5
Gift Catalog, 1982 92 6
Guide for Growth, 1993 92 7
How to Solicit Effectively for JA, n.d. 92 8
The Human Touch in Business: The Biography of Charles R. Hook, 1963 92 9
Intermediate Accounting System, 1978, 1981 92 10-11
JA Bulletins, 1919-1925 92 12-13
Junior Achievement Bureau of the Eastern States League, 1921, 1924 92 14
JA Magazine, 2001 92 15
JA Song “Future Unlimited,” 1966 92 16
JASCO Catalog, ca. 1980s 92 17
Made in America, ca. 1950s 92 18
Manual for Advertising, 1977 92 19
Manual of Expansion Techniques, 1959, 1978 92 20
Manual of Policy and Procedure, 1958-1959, 1965, 1973-1974, 1981, 1983 92 21-26
Marketing Resources Guide, n.d. 92 27
National Firm Directory, 1984 92 28
National Marketing Plan, ca. 1985 92 29
Native American Models for Business Success, ca. 1992 92 30
Newsletters    
  550 Report, 1983, 1985 (oversized) 104 6
  Directions, 1976 92 31
  Futures, 1998-2002 92 32
  International Dateline, 1996-1997, 1999 (incomplete) 92 33
  Partners    
    1989-1991, 1993-1996 92 34
    1986-1988, 1992-1993 (oversized) 103 1
  Partners Index, 1983-1995 92 35
  The Source, n.d. 92 36
  Stairsteps    
    1993-1996 92 37
    1992-1993 (oversized) 103 1
Partnership Guide, 1995 92 38
Position, Prospects, and Proposals for the Future, 1929 92 39
Program Operations Manual: JA Company, 1989 92 40
Reference Maps, 1995 92 41
Reviving the Spirit of American Education, 1990 92 42
Staff Manual, 1979 92 43
Summary of a Report on Position, Prospects, and Proposals for the Future, ca. 1920s 92 44
“The Ten Steps: Making JA a Household Word,” 1988 92 45
The Value of JA, 1966 92 46
Where We Are: A Comparative Study of JA Program and Financial Data, 1979 92 47
Scrapbooks, 1958-1990    
  The Economics of Staying in School Award Nomination, 1990 93 1
  Junior Achievement of Davenport, IA, 1963-1964 93 2
  Junior Achievement of South Bend, IN, 1958-1971 93 3-6
  Something Else…Something Better: A JA Company, 1988-1989 93 7
Photographs and Slides, 1920s-1990s    
Photographs    
  Achievers    
    Advisors and Achievers, ca. 1980 93 8
    Assembly Lines, 1976 93 9
    Broadcasting, 1977 93 10
    Corporate Executives, ca. 1970s 93 11
    General, ca. 1980 93 12
    Working (General), ca. 1980 93 13
    Working on Books, 1976 93 14
  Annual Report Photographs, 1988-1989, 1994-1995 93 15-18
  Applied Economics, 1970s-1980s 93 19
  Awards, 1979-1980 93 20
  Board Members, 1970s-1990s 93 21
  Business Basics, ca. 1980 93 22
  Business…Youth’s New Frontier and JA Can Change Your World, ca. 1970s 93 23
  Computers, ca. 1980 93 24
  Education    
    1970s-1990s 93 25
    1970s-1980s (oversized) 104 5
  Education Area Files, 1982-2000 93 26
  Educators, ca. 1980s 93 27
  Elementary, 1970s-1980s 93 28
  Headquarters, ca. 1980 93 29
  Historic Images, ca. 1920s-1990s 93 30-31
  Hook, Charles, ca. 1940s (oversized) 104 5
  Hopi Tribe Class, ca. 1991 93 32
  In-School Programs, ca. 1980 93 33
  Job Education Program, 1980s 93 34
  Junior Achievement: A History, 1988 93 35
  Junior Achievement Centers, ca. 1980 93 36
  Junior Achievement Company    
    Banking Companies, ca. 1980 93 37
    Dayton, Ohio, Experiment, 1970 93 38
    General, 1970s-1980s 93 39
    New York Stock Exchange Company, ca. 1980 93 40
  Middle and High School    
    1970s-1990s 93 41
    1970s-1990s 94 1
  National Business Hall of Fame, 1983-1984, 1990, 1998, 2001 94 3-4
  National Business Leadership Conference, 1979-1982, 1987-1988 94 5-13
  National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB), n.d. 94 2
  National JA Company Conference (NAJAC)    
    Panorama Photographs, 1949, 1952-1956, 1959, 1961-1977, 1979-1980, 1982-1983, 1986-1988, 1990 (oversized) OV3  
    Prints    
      1944, 1947-1950, 1953-1955, 1957-1959, 1961-1962, 1964, 1966-1972, 1974-1978, 1987-1988 94 14-39
      ca. 1970s-1990s 95 1-2
  Operation Enterprise, ca. 1980s 95 3
  Project Business, ca. 1980 95 4
  Public Relations, ca. 1980 95 5
  Public Speaking, ca. 1980 95 6
  Publicity, 1976 95 7
  South Bend JA, 1950s-1960s 95 8
  Staff, 1956, 1958, 1979-1980, 1982 95 9-12
  Success Now, ca. 1990s 95 13
  Teacher Fellowship, 1980s-1990s 95 14
  U.S. Chamber of Commerce, 1988 95 15
  Urban League, ca. 1991 95 16
Slides    
  Annual Reports, 1980s-1990s 95 17
  Applied Economics Audio Visual Kit    
    Careers, 1982, 1986 102  
    Energy, 1982, 1986 102  
    International Trade, 1986 102  
    Economics, 1982, 1986 102  
    Basic Selling Techniques (urban), 1982, 1986 102  
    International Trade, 1982 102  
    Basic Selling Techniques (suburban), 1986 102  
    Inflation and Unemployment, 1982, 1986 102  
    Marketing, 1986 102  
  Applied Economics Marketing Kit, Part 2 Student Recruitment, 1984 102  
  Business Basics, 1984, 1992 95 18
  COJAC, 1979-1980 95 19
  Computer Library, 1987 95 20
  Computer Training, ca. 1980s 95 21
  Education, 1970s-1990s 95 22
  Golf Tournament, 1993 95 23
  Hopi Tribe Class, ca. 1991 95 24
  In-School Programs, ca. 1980s 95 25
  JA Headquarters    
    Building Dedication, 1987-1988 95 26
    General, 1986-1987 95 27
    Headquarters Applied Economics, 1987 95 28
    JA Center Volunteers, ca. 1990s 95 29
  National Business Leadership Conference, 1982, 1987-1988 95 30
  NAJAC    
    1979, ca. 1980 95 31-35
    1987 96 1-2
  National Training Conference, 1982, 1984, 1986-1990 96 3-14
  Programs, 1986 96 15-16
  Public Relations, 1977 96 17
  Marilyn Quayle Visit, 1988 96 18
  Rutter, ca. 1980s 96 19
  Sales Training, 1987 96 20
  Slideshows    
    Applied Economics Marketing Kit, Part 2, 1984 96 21
    Business Centers    
      Audio Cassette, 1977 100 19
      Slides, 1977 97 1
    Business Youth’s New Frontier, ca. 1970s 97 2
    Communications, 1981 97 3
    Consultant/Teacher Training, 1992-1993 97 4-5
    FOAC, March 1994 97 6
    Fundraising, n.d. 97 7
    Management Games, 1984 98 1
    Middle Grades Training Package, 1995-1996 98 2
    Personal Touch, ca. 1970s 98 3
    Securing Foundation Support, 1981 98 4
    Selecting the Product    
      Audio Cassette, n.d. 101 16
      Slides, ca. 1970s 98 5-7
    Strategic Direction of the Organization, ca. 1980s 99 1
  Staff Awards, 1981-1983 99 2-3
  Staff Hall of Fame, 1989 99 4
  Trade Fair, ca. 1979 99 5
Audio Video Materials, 1980-2004    
Audio Cassettes    
  Applied Economics Audio Visual Kit    
    Basic Selling Techniques (Suburban), 1986 100 1
    Basic Selling Techniques (Urban), 1982, 1986 100 2-3
    Careers, 1982, 1986 100 4-5
    Economics, 1982, 1986 100 6-7
    Energy, 1982, 1986 100 8-9
    Inflation and Unemployment, 1982, 1986 100 10-11
    International Trade, 1982, 1986 100 12-13
    Marketing, 1986 100 14
  Applied Economics Marketing Kit, Part 2    
    Business, 1984 100 15
    Consultant, 1984 100 16
    Educator, 1984 100 17
    Student Recruitment, 1984 100 18
  Business Basics Program Kit, 1980-1981 100 19
  Business Centers, 1977 100 20
  Business Radio Network, Executive Edition: A Talk with National Business Leaders    
    1993-1994 100 21
    1993-1994 101 1-7
  Extended Activities, Our Families, 1994 101 8
  Leadership in a Democratic Society, Success Skills, 1998-2000 101 9
  Money and Banking, Our Community, 1991-2001 101 10-11
  Our World: It Takes a World to Provide, Our World, 1991, 1993-1996 101 12-14
  Program Music, 1985, 1988, 1991 101 15
  Selecting the Product, n.d. 101 16
  Talking Tools, Our Families, 1996-2001 101 17
Compact Disks    
  Enterprise in Action, 2002-2004 99 6
  Fund Raising Information/Sample Proposals, 2002 99 7
  Groundhog Job Shadow Day Public Service Announcements, n.d. 99 8
  JA Home Organizer, 1999 99 9
  JA Programs CD, 2001 99 10
  Strategic Board Effectiveness Model Seven Step Process, n.d. 99 11
Video Cassettes    
  Applied Economics: International Trade, 1990   V0001
  Applied Economics Teacher/Consultant Planning Video, 1990   V0002
  Economics: The Basics, Volume 1, 1998   V0003
  Economics: The Basics Teacher and Consultant Guide, 1998   V0004
  Elementary School Program Consultant Training Video, n.d.   V0005
  The Entrepreneurs, Volume 4, 2000   V0006
  The Global Economy, Volume 3, 1999   V0007
  How Companies Work, Volume 2, 1999   V0008
  The International Marketplace, 1997   V0009
  JA BASE: Arts and Entertainment Edition, n.d.   V0010
  JA BASE: The Making of a CD, n.d.   V0011
  JA BASE: Spotlight on Sports and Entertainment, n.d.   V0012
  The Making of a CD, n.d.   V0013
  Middle School Training Video, n.d.   V0014
  Operation Enterprise, n.d.   V0015
  Our Region, 1997   V0016
  Ourselves, 1997   V0017
  School Board Meeting, 1997   V0018
  Success Skills 2000 Video Assessment, Activity 3, 1997-2000   V0019
  Telemarketing Training, n.d.   V0020
  What if…, 1999   V0021
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