Supporting documents of meeting, 1947-1997.

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Manchester (N.H.). Board of Mayor and Aldermen. Supporting documents of meeting, 1947-1997.

Supporting documents of meeting, 1947-1997.

Agendas, correspondence, committee reports, resolutions, ordinances, and petitions. Also includes letter (1950) from Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War, W.W. Brown Camp No. 1 regarding the deterioration of a cannon in the old court house yard; information concerning a case in which a woman was given a pension because she became allergic to the flour used while employed as a cook at Isolation Hospital; letter (1951) from First Church of Christ, Scientist (Boston, Mass.) opposing the fluoridation of the public water supply; report (1954) of the New Hampshire Division of Employment Security on employment conditions in Manchester; ordinance (1957) relating to a night curfew for minors; ordinances (1962) prohibiting the tattooing of any person except by a physician and regulating the construction of fallout shelters; correspondence (1967) regarding the New Hampshire Sweepstakes, the first lottery in the U.S.; letter (1975) to the board from Shaer Shoe Corporation protesting the possible loss of its facility to the Manchester Housing Authority; appropriations (1980) of monies for school identification cards for students; documents (1982) pertaining to the entry of Amoskeag Manufacturing Company housing complex to the National Register of Historic Places; agreement (1986) between Amoskeag Industries and the city of Manchester, allowing the city to build an elementary school on land deeded to the city by the company; and communication (1988) from American Fund for Czechoslovak Refugees, Inc., requesting city maps and vouchers for refugees entering the city.

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