Committee of 33 records, 1968-2004.


Committee of 33. Committee of 33 records, 1968-2004.

Committee of 33 records, 1968-2004.

Meeting minutes, correspondence, publications, project files, subject series, speeches and writings, financial records, handbooks, posters, and ephemera, 1968-2004, with the bulk of the records consisting of project files relating to the committee's endeavors. Seattle Mayor Wesley C. Uhlman is a major correspondent, and there is a grouping of records of the Steering Committee. Handbooks, 1985-2000, include committee history, articles of incorporation, bylaws, membership procedures, general rules, and lists of completed projects, honored citizens, benefactors, members, and chairmen of the Committee of 33. Minutes include a small amount of correspondence, historical information, roster lists, reports, budgets, and other administrative materials related to the Committee of 33. Project files contain brief histories, descriptions of current conditions, and photographs of past projects sponsored by the committee.

3.26 cubic ft. (5 boxes)

Related Entities

There are 4 Entities related to this resource.

Robinson, Anne Grosvener. (person)

Hauberg, Anne Gould (person)

Freeman, Jacquetta. (person)

Committee of 33. (corporateBody)

Seattle women's organization dedicated to the enhancement and beautification of the City of Seattle. Founded in 1968 by Anne Gould Hauberg (daughter of architect Carl F. Gould), Anne Robinson, and Jacquetta Blanchett Freeman, and incorporated in 1978 as a non-profit corporation, the Committee is limited to 33 active members. Committee meets monthly to investigate and discuss possible civic projects. Committee projects include installation of a Haida totem pole next to the Montlake ship canal, re...