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Mount Pleasant Multicultural Coalition Records

 Unprocessed Material — Multiple Containers
Identifier: 2022.097

Content Description

This collection of documents originated from the Mount Pleasant Multicultural Coalition. Includes coalition meeting notes, member directory, newspaper clippings, and several documents related to the economic and social redevelopment of Mount Pleasant Street.

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This is an unprocessed collection and might be stored at an offsite location. Materials within this collection have limited or no organization and a detailed content description is unavailable. Collection has been placed in the queue for future processing.


  • Creation: 1908 - 1994


2 Boxes

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Box #1 contains the following items: Three spiral bound notebooks with notes from the Mount Pleasant Multicultural Coalition’s meetings. May 1992 survey on economic development on Mount Pleasant Street specifically regarding the former site of Church’s Fried Chicken (plus duplicate) July 1993 certificate of incorporation for the Mount Pleasant Multicultural Coalition from the government of the District of Columbia (plus duplicate) July 1992 report of Mount Pleasant Street's streetscape plans including blueprints. 1992 The Christian Science Monitor newspaper article featuring a story on the multi-cultural led neighborhood activism in Mount Pleasant following recent riots. Directories of Mount Pleasant Advisory Neighborhood Commissioners, coalition members, and Church’s Chicken task force members. Mount Pleasant Multicultural Coalition neighborhood vision working papers in Spanish and in English. A grant application for a member retreat funded by the All Souls Unitarian Church. 1908 personal correspondence in postcard format. A 3-ring binder with documents related to the Mount Pleasant Multicultural Coalition’s meetings, bylaws, outreach and finances. Box #2 contains a series of restricted financial based documents.