Guide to the Susan Hammer Papers MSS.2007.04.01

Laura Lind
SJSU Special Collections & Archives
© 2007
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Library
San José State University
One Washington Square
San José, CA 95192-0028
special.collections@sjsu.edu


Language of Material: English
Contributing Institution: SJSU Special Collections & Archives
Title: Susan Hammer Papers
creator: Hammer, Susan, 1938-
Identifier/Call Number: MSS.2007.04.01
Physical Description: 25 boxes (48 linear feet)
Date (inclusive): 1966-1999 (bulk 1989-1998)
Abstract: This collection documents the two-term administration of Susan Hammer, who served as Mayor of San Jose between the years 1990 and 1998. The collection consists of administrative files, press and publicity, awards, photographs, videotapes, correspondence, and other memorabilia collected primarily during Hammer's mayoralty. Also included are the files of the Protocol Office created during the term of Hammer's predecessor, Tom McEnery.

Access

The collection is open for research.

Publication Rights

Copyright has not been assigned to the San Jose State University Library Special Collections and Archives. All requests for permission to publish or quote from manuscripts must be submitted in writing to the Director of Special Collections. Permission for publication is given on behalf of the Special Collections & Archives as the owner of the physical items and is not intended to include or imply permission of the copyright holder, which must also be obtained by the reader. Copyright restrictions also apply to digital reproductions of the original materials. Use of digital files is restricted to research and educational purposes.

Preferred Citation

Susan Hammer Papers, MSS-2007-04-01, San Jose State University Library Special Collections and Archives.

Processing History

Collection processed and EAD encoded by Laura Lind, 2007. Reviewed by Danelle Moon, 2007.

Biographical History

Susan Walker Hammer was born in Altadena, California in 1938. She spent her childhood in neighboring Monrovia, where she lived in a house built by her grandparents. Her father, Jim Walker managed an insurance agency he co-owned with Hammer's maternal grandmother, Prairie Krutzch. Hammer's mother, Katrine Walker, was a stay-at-home mother and community activist.
Hammer, an honor student and avid tennis player, attended Santa Barbara College (became UC Santa Barbara), but transferred to UC Berkeley in her sophomore year where she majored in Latin American History and earned her B.A. in 1960. In the same year, she married Phil Hammer, a law student at UCB's Boalt Hall and a native of San Jose.
In 1960 the Hammers traveled to Washington, D.C. to work for the Kennedy presidential campaign, and both worked in positions to promote the "New Frontier." Susan Hammer found a position working for the Peace Corps administration, while Phil Hammer worked for the Human Rights Commission. In 1964 they moved to San Jose, where Phil Hammer established a family law practice and Susan Hammer raised their three children (Phil, 1963; Hali, 1965; and Matt, 1968).
While a self-described homemaker, Hammer continued to contribute to local politics. In 1966 she worked as a volunteer on California Assemblyman John Vasconcello's first campaign, where she stuffed envelopes and answered the phones. This campaign experience served as a springboard for future political involvement. From 1976-1980, she served on the County Juvenile Justice Commission. She was also a founding member of the Board of the San Jose Museum of Art, and she served as Board President from 1978-1980. In 1978, Hammer co-chaired the mayoral campaign of Janet Gray Hayes; in 1980, at Hayes' recommendation, Hammer accepted an interim chair on the City Council. She quickly earned a reputation as an energetic go-getter, able to dive in and get things done. When the Council term ended, she accepted a 6-month appointment as a special assistant to Hayes.
Hammer was elected to the City Council in 1982 and again in 1986. As a Council Member, Hammer focused her energies on housing, education, and childcare. From 1987-1988, she co-chaired the Housing Task Force and Emergency Task Force on Homelessness. In 1990 Hammer ran for the office of mayor and faced a heated and close race against opponent Frank Fiscalini. Hammer won by a slim margin of 1,263 votes and became the 62nd mayor of San Jose.
Mayor Hammer is perhaps best known for her commitment to community development. Hammer's administration focused on community improvement. To this end, she increased funding to educational programs, worked to decrease violent crime and stop gang activity, formed relationships with minority groups, focused on the needs of individual neighborhoods, and continued her long-term support of the arts.
Hammer worked closely with police and community members to improve safety in the city. She established the Gang Prevention Task Force, a group that united law enforcement, city officials, community groups, and former gang members to form strategies for preventing gang-related violence. The group's efforts were considered a success, as the violent crime rate dropped dramatically.
A strong supporter of environmental issues, Hammer approved and helped implement the Greenline Initiative. This Initiative created an urban growth boundary around San Jose, helping the city provide more cost-effective services and preventing sprawl from destroying habitat in the open space surrounding the city. Environmentalists and city officials supported the measure; however, it met resistance from landowners whose properties fell outside the boundary, and who felt their rights to develop their properties were violated. The Initiative was first approved by City Council in 1996 but was stalled in a lawsuit initiated by the disgruntled landowners. The court ruled that the city must conduct an environmental assessment before considering a Greenline. In October 1998, the environmental impact assessment was completed and the Initiative was re-approved.
Concerned with economic development as well as community development, Mayor Hammer worked hard to bring more jobs and industry to the area, and successfully lured high-tech firms such as Sony, Adobe, and Cisco Systems to San Jose. Cisco soon became the city's largest employer, as well as the greatest contributor to the city's tax revenues.
In 1994 Hammer won a landslide re-election, which opened up new doors to participate in the Clinton Administration as a member to the President's Advisory Committee on Trade Policy and Negotiations. In previous administrations, the committee had been composed almost exclusively of male Fortune 500 business leaders. Hammer was the first woman chosen Chair of the Committee, as well as the first elected official to be appointed to the Committee.
Overall, Mayor Hammer had strong support from the City Council throughout her tenure. Committed to improving diversity in City Hall, Hammer instituted Project Diversity to achieve this goal, hired Regina V.K. Williams as City Manager (the first woman and the first minority to hold this position), and appointed Lou Cobarruviaz, the first Hispanic Police Chief of San Jose. Her political outreach extended to the Latino community and to the GLBT community. Historian Glenna Matthews described Hammer as a visionary for her outreach to the Hispanic community, and for her sensitivity to issues of diversity. Hammer has been credited with making the city's government more down-to-earth, improving public safety, and creating a Mayor's office that was responsive to the needs of neighborhoods and minority groups.
At the beginning of her second term, President Clinton, Barbara Boxer, and Dianne Feinstein encouraged Hammer to run for Norman Mineta's vacated congressional seat. Newspaper reports suggested that she could potentially seek a state office seat, but in the end she choose to stay in local politics. Hammer retired from public office after her second term ended in 1998, but would have been glad to serve a third term were it not for term limits. Hammer continues to reside in San Jose, where she has remained active in community organizations. From 1999-2002, she served on the State Board of Education. In 2004, her family's commitment to the arts was recognized when the San Jose Repertory Theater was re-named the Susan and Phil Hammer Theater Center. She also received the 2005 Tower Award from San Jose State University for her role in the creation of the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Library.

Scope and Content

The Susan Hammer Papers consist of administrative files, correspondence, publicity, photographs, videotapes, and other memorabilia. The documents, which were donated to the archives by Susan Hammer, also include some files from the Protocol Office created during the 1982-1990 tenure of Tom McEnery, Hammer's predecessor. Hammer's involvement in San Jose community and economic development is well-documented in the collection, including files of the Committee of the Whole, the Redevelopment Agency, Joint Venture Silicon Valley, Cultural Initiatives Silicon Valley, and the New Realities Task Force. Other items of interest include artwork and photographs of Hammer, campaign files, and files from the Advisory Committee on Trade Policy and Negotiation, a Presidential advisory group to which Hammer was appointed by President Bill Clinton. The bulk of the materials in this collection were created between 1989 and 1998.

Arrangement

The papers are arranged into five series: Series I. Administrative Files, 1981-1998; Series II. Economic Development, 1990-1998; Series III. Office of Protocol Files, 1981-1991; Series IV. Publicity and Public Events, 1980-1999; and Series V. San Jose Community Development, 1966-1999 (bulk 1990-1999).

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Women mayors -- California -- San Jose
San Jose (Calif.) -- OFFICIALS AND EMPLOYEES
Women in politics -- California
HAMMER, SUSAN
Mayors -- California -- San Jose
Hammer, Susan, 1938-

 

Administrative Files Series I: 1981-1998

Series Scope and Content Summary

The series includes administrative files, biographical information, correspondence, financial information, and subject files. Items of interest in this series include minutes and agendas from the City Managers' meetings, in which key city issues were discussed and strategies planned. Correspondence comprises about half of the series, and includes constituent correspondence, inter-office and inter-governmental letters and memoranda, and Hammer's personal correspondence. The subject files reflect Hammer's concern for child care issues and the arts.

Arrangement

This series is arranged alphabetically by subject, and chronologically within each subject.
 

Administrative 1991-1998

box 1, Folder 1

City Council Assignments 1995-1996

box 1, Folder 2

City Council Composition 1994

box 1, Folder 3

City Council Evaluations 1994

box 1, Folder 4

City Council Evaluations 1997

box 1, Folder 5

City Council Members History 1995

box 1, Folder 6

City Manager 1994

box 1, Folder 7

City Manager Issues 1997-1998

box 1, Folder 8

Manager's Meetings 1993-1995

box 1, Folder 9

Manager's Meetings 1995

box 1, Folder 10

Manager's Meetings 1997-1998

box 1, Folder 11

Miscellaneous Local and Interoffice 1995-1996

box 1, Folder 12

Resume 1995

box 1, Folder 13

Schedule 1991

box 1, Folder 14

Schedules 1990

box 1, Folder 15

Schedules 1991

box 1, Folder 16

Schedules 1992

box 1, Folder 17

Schedules 1993

box 1, Folder 18

Schedules 1994

box 1, Folder 19

Schedules 1995

box 1, Folder 20

Schedules 1996

box 1, Folder 21

Schedules 1997

box 1, Folder 22

Schedules 1998

 

Biographical

box 1, Folder 23

Biographical Information March 1997

 

Correspondence

box 1, Folder 24

Letters Index 1989-1990

box 1, Folder 25

Letters and Memoranda 1990

box 1, Folder 26

Mail Log 1991

box 1, Folder 27

Letters: January 1991

box 1, Folder 28

Letters: February 1991 (1 of 2)

Box 1, Folder 29

Letters: February 1991 (2 of 2)

Box 2, Folder 30

Letters: March 1991 (1 of 2)

Box 2, Folder 31

Letters: March 1991 (2 of 2)

box 2, Folder 32

Letters: April 1991 (1 of 4)

Box 2, Folder 33

Letters: April 1991 (2 of 4)

Box 2, Folder 34

Letters: April 1991 (3 of 4)

Box 2, Folder 35

Letters: April 1991 (4 of 4)

box 2, Folder 36

Letters: May 1991 (1 of 3)

Box 2, Folder 37

Letters: May 1991 (2 of 3)

Box 2, Folder 38

Letters: May 1991 (3 of 3)

box 2, Folder 39

Letters: June 1991 (1 of 4)

Box 2, Folder 40

Letters: June 1991 (2 of 4)

Box 2, Folder 41

Letters: June 1991 (3 of 4)

Box 2, Folder 42

Letters: June 1991 (4 of 4)

box 2, Folder 43

Mail Log 1991

box 2, Folder 44

Letters: July 1991 (1 of 4)

Box 2, Folder 45

Letters: July 1991 (2 of 4)

Box 2, Folder 46

Letters: July 1991 (3 of 4)

Box 2, Folder 47

Letters: July 1991 (4 of 4)

box 2, Folder 48

Letters: August 1991 (1 of 2)

Box 2, Folder 49

Letters: August 1991 (2 of 2)

box 2, Folder 50

Letters: September 1991

Box 3, Folder 51

Letters: September-October 1991

box 3, Folder 52

Letters: October 1991 (1 of 4)

Box 3, Folder 53

Letters: October 1991 (2 of 4)

Box 3, Folder 54

Letters: October 1991 (3 of 4)

Box 3, Folder 55

Letters: October 1991 (4 of 4)

box 3, Folder 56

Letters: November 1991 (1 of 2)

Box 3, Folder 57

Letters: November 1991 (2 of 2)

box 3, Folder 58

Letters: December 1991 (1 of 2)

Box 3, Folder 59

Letters: December 1991 (2 of 2)

box 3, Folder 60

Letters to Students 1991

box 3, Folder 61

Letters Index 1991

box 3, Folder 62

Correspondence 1992

box 3, Folder 63

Personal Correspondence 1994-1995

box 3, Folder 64

Correspondence 1995

box 3, Folder 65

Personal and Internal Mail 1996-1997

box 3, Folder 66

Correspondence with City Assessor 1998

box 3, Folder 67

Letter undated

box 3, Folder 68

Memoranda 1995

box 3, Folder 69

Memoranda 1997

 

Financial

box 3, Folder 70

Budget 1993

box 3, Folder 71

Budget 1993-1994

box 3, Folder 72

Budget 1995

box 3, Folder 73

Budget 1996-1997

box 3, Folder 74

Budget 1997-1998

box 3, folder 75

Budget Memos 1991

box 3, Folder 76

Budget Memos 1992

box 3, Folder 77

Budget Memos 1993

box 3, Folder 78

Budget Memos 1994

box 3, Folder 79

Budget Memos 1995

box 3, Folder 80

Budget Memos 1996

box 3, Folder 81

Budget Memos 1997

Box 4, Folder 82

Budget Memos 1998

box 4, Folder 83

Capital Budget Workers' Compensation 1996-1997

box 4, Folder 84

Grants, Endowments 1994-1995

 

Subject Files

box 4, Folder 85

Adobe Systems Prop 211 1996

box 4, Folder 86

Airport Master Plan 1997

box 4, Folder 87

American Basketball League 1996-1997

box 4, Folder 88

American Basketball League 1998

box 4, Folder 89

Annual Reports 1996

box 4, Folder 90

Anti Abortion Picketing 1995

box 4, Folder 91

Antioch (book) 1993

box 4, Folder 92

Arts Committee 1998

box 4, Folder 93

Arts and Entertainment 1996

box 4, Folder 94

Assembly Bill 2828: March 1996

box 4, Folder 95

Assembly Bill 2828: April-May 1996

box 4, Folder 96

Ballot Initiatives 1996

box 4, Folder 97

Bank of America 1997

box 4, Folder 98

California Alumni Association 1997

box 4, Folder 99

Census 1994-1996

box 4, Folder 100

Chamber Prop. 218 October 1996

box 4, Folder 101

Child Care 1997

box 4, Folder 102

Children's Trauma Center 1998

box 4, Folder 103

City-Church Issues April-May 1997

box 4, Folder 104

City Hall Relocation undated

box 4, Folder 105

Columbia Hospital 1998

box 4, Folder 106

Court TV Law Center 1997

box 4, Folder 107

Education 1997

box 4, Folder 108

FPPC Soccer Club 1998

box 4, Folder 109

Fire Department Issues 1996

box 4, Folder 110

Growth Management 1993

box 4, Folder 111

Immigration Act 1990

box 4, Folder 112

Investing 1996

box 4, Folder 113

Japan 1991

box 4, Folder 114

Japanese Community 1985

box 4, Folder 115

Jarvis Initiative 1996

box 4, Folder 116

Jobs 1996

box 4, Folder 117

Leadership 1993

box 4, Folder 118

League of Cities 1991, 1994

box 4, Folder 119

LICIT/COT (trade) 1998

box 4, Folder 120

Miscellaneous Local Issues 1994-1995

box 4, Folder 121

Miscellaneous Local Issues 1995-1996

Box 5, Folder 122

Miscellaneous Local Issues 1995-1997

box 5, Folder 123

Oakland Horse Racing 1998

box 5, Folder 124

Parkland Dedication Ordinance March 1998

box 5, Folder 125

Performance Review 1997-1998

box 5, Folder 126

Police Issues 1994

box 5, Folder 127

Police Issues 1997-1998

box 5, Folder 128

Policy Analysis 1991

box 5, Folder 129

Productivity 1991

box 5, Folder 130

Proposition 209 1996

box 5, Folder 131

Public Allies 1993

box 5, Folder 132

Race Relations 1995

box 5, Folder 133

Real Estate 1993

box 5, Folder 134

Redistricting 1981

box 5, Folder 135

Redistricting 1991 (1 of 7)

Box 5, Folder 136

Redistricting 1991 (2 of 7)

Box 5, Folder 137

Redistricting 1991 (3 of 7)

Box 5, Folder 138

Redistricting 1991 (4 of 7)

Box 5, Folder 139

Redistricting 1991 (5 of 7)

Box 5, Folder 140

Redistricting 1991 (6 of 7)

Box 5, Folder 141

Redistricting 1991 (7 of 7)

box 5, Folder 142

Redistricting: Asian Population Breakdown 1991

Box 6, Folder 143

Redistricting Rosters 1991

box 6, Folder 144

Redistricting Statistics 1990-1991

box 6, Folder 145

Redistricting: District 8 1994

box 6, Folder 146

Rutgers/CAWP 1998

box 6, Folder 147

S1822 1994

box 6, Folder 148

SB797 1991-1992

box 6, Folder 149

SB797 Testimony 1991

box 6, Folder 150

SB979 1991

box 6, Folder 151

Securities and Litigation 1996

box 6, Folder 152

Sports Complex 1992

box 6, Folder 153

Telecommunications 1995

box 6, Folder 154

Traffic undated

box 6, Folder 155

Transit Occupancy Tax Information 1993-1995

box 6, Folder 156

Urban Development 1991

box 6, Folder 157

Urban Renewal 1996

box 6, Folder 158

Vacancies 1993/1994

box 6, Folder 159

Welfare Legislation June 1996

box 6, Folder 160

Welfare Reform 1996-1997

box 6, Folder 161

Women's Issues 1996

 

Economic Development Series II: 1990-1998

Series Scope and Content Summary

The contents in this series include meeting minutes, memoranda, agendas, and administrative files pertaining to economic development in San Jose. Also included are files concerning the American Committee for Trade Policy and Negotiation (ACTPN), a national committee on economic policy. Hammer was recommended to the ACTPN by President Bill Clinton, and was elected chair of the committee. Other items of interest in this series include the files of Joint Venture Silicon Valley, and those of the New Realities Task Force.

Arrangement

This series is arranged alphabetically by subject, and chronologically within each subject.
 

Economic Development: American Committee for Trade Policy and Negotiation

box 6, Folder 162

ACTPN Binder 1 1996

box 6, Folder 163

ACTPN Binder 1: Forms, etc. 1997

box 6, Folder 164

ACTPN Binder 1 1998 (1 of 8)

Box 6, Folder 165

ACTPN Binder 1 1998 (2 of 8)

Box 6, Folder 166

ACTPN Binder 1 1998 (3 of 8)

Box 6, Folder 167

ACTPN Binder 1 1998 (4 of 8)

Box 6, Folder 168

ACTPN Binder 1 1998 (5 of 8)

Box 6, Folder 169

ACTPN Binder 1 1998 (6 of 8)

Box 6, Folder 170

ACTPN Binder 1 1998 (7 of 8)

Box 6, Folder 171

ACTPN Binder 1 1998 (8 of 8)

box 6, Folder 172

ACTPN Binder 2 1994 (1 of 2)

Box 6, Folder 173

ACTPN Binder 2 1994 (2 of 2)

box 7, Folder 174

ACTPN 1994 (1 of 8)

Box 7, Folder 175

ACTPN 1994 (2 of 8)

Box 7, Folder 176

ACTPN 1994 (3 of 8)

Box 7, Folder 177

ACTPN 1994 (4 of 8)

Box 7, Folder 178

ACTPN 1994 (5 of 8)

Box 7, Folder 179

ACTPN 1994 (6 of 8)

Box 7, Folder 180

ACTPN 1994 (7 of 8)

Box 7, Folder 181

ACTPN 1994 (8 of 8)

box 7, Folder 182

ACTPN 1995 (1 of 3)

Box 7, Folder 183

ACTPN 1995 (2 of 3)

Box 7, Folder 184

ACTPN 1995 (3 of 3)

box 7, Folder 185

ACTPN 1995-1997

box 7, Folder 186

ACTPN 1996

box 7, Folder 187

ACTPN Legal Services 1996-1997

 

Economic Development Board

box 7, Folder 188

Economic Development Board 1991

box 7, Folder 189

Economic Development Steering Committee 1992-1993

box 7, Folder 190

Economic Development Steering Committee 1993-1994

box 7, Folder 191

City Development Closed Sessions 1993-1994

box 7, Folder 192

Economic Development Steering Committee 1993-1994

box 7, Folder 193

Economic Development Closed Meetings 1995

box 7, Folder 195

Economic Development Steering Committee 1996

box 7, Folder 194

Economic Development Steering Committee 1995

box 7, Folder 196

Taylor Meetings 1996-1997

box 8, Folder 197

Economic Development Steering Committee 1997-1998

box 8, Folder 198

Economic Development Steering Committee 1998

 

Economic Development: Corporate Outreach

box 8, Folder 199

K-Mart Briefing undated

box 8, Folder 200

Shopping Center Development undated

box 8, Folder 201

Corporate Outreach Activities 1991

box 8, Folder 202

IBM 1991

box 8, Folder 203

Nihanmachi Corporation 1991

box 8, Folder 204

Corporate Competition 1991-1996

box 8, Folder 205

Starlight Studios 1993

box 8, Folder 206

Corporate Community Involvement 1994

box 8, Folder 207

AT 1994-1998

box 8, Folder 208

Ethiopian Entrepreneur 1995

box 8, Folder 209

Pac Bell 1995

box 8, Folder 210

Mexican Heritage Corporation 1996-1997

box 8, Folder 211

Software Business Cluster 1996-1997

box 8, Folder 212

Valley Fair Shopping Center 1997

box 8, Folder 213

Santa Clara Valley Manufacturing Group 1997-1998 (1 of 2)

Box 8, Folder 214

Santa Clara Valley Manufacturing Group 1997-1998 (2 of 2)

 

Economic Development: Downtown Development

box 8, Folder 215

Clippings and Newsletters 1990-1991

box 8, Folder 216

Vision 2000 1991

box 8, Folder 217

Recession 1994

box 8, Folder 218

Retirement Issues 1994

box 8, Folder 219

Silicon Valley Economy 1995

box 8, Folder 220

Local Economics: ACTPN, Fast Track, TRIP 1997

box 8, Folder 221

City Development 1998

box 8, Folder 222

Work/Welfare 11998

box 8, Folder 223

Incentive Zone Analysis May 1998

 

Economic Development: International Trade

box 8, Folder 224

International Trade 1991-1993

box 8, Folder 225

Cooperation with Japan 1996

box 8, Folder 226

Trade 1997

 

Economic Development: Transportation

box 8, Folder 227

Moffet Field 1995

box 8, Folder 228

Negotiations Regarding Tokyo Flight 1997

 

Joint Venture Silicon Valley (JVSV)

 

JVSV

box 8, Folder 229

JVSV undated

box 8, Folder 230

JVSU 1993-1994

box 8, Folder 231

JVSV 1995

box 8, Folder 232

JVSV 1995-1996

box 8, Folder 233

JVSV April 1996

box 8, Folder 234

JVSV 1995-1997

box 8, Folder 235

JVSV 1997

box 8, Folder 236

JVSV 1997-1998

box 8, Folder 237

JVSV CEO Search 1998

box 8, Folder 238

JVSV Meeting Agenda 1998

box 8, Folder 239

JVSV Executive Committee: August 1998

box 8, Folder 240

JVSV Board Meetings: September 1998

 

New Realities Task Force (NRTF)

box 9, Folder 241

Proposed Task Force 1993

box 9, Folder 242

NRTF Creation 1995-1996

box 9, Folder 243

NRTF 1996 (1 of 2)

Box 9, Folder 244

NRTF 1996 (2 of 2)

box 9, Folder 245

NRTF Public Hearing Remarks: March 1996

box 9, Folder 246

NRTF: April 1996

box 9, Folder 247

NRTF Work Plan 1996 (1 of 2)

Box 9, Folder 248

NRTF Work Plan 1996 (2 of 2)

box 9, Folder 249

NRTF: June 1997

box 9, Folder 250

NRTF Program Report 1997

box 9, Folder 251

NRTF 1997

box 9, Folder 252

NRTF Status Update 1998

box 9, Folder 253

NRTF undated

 

Office of Protocol Files Series III: 1981-1991 (bulk 1989-1991)

Series Scope and Content Summary

This series consists of the files of Protocol Officer Bert Gerlitz. The bulk of these files were created during the mayoral term of Tom McEnery, Susan Hammer's predecessor. The Protocol Office organized special events and made arrangements for the travel of foreign officials to San Jose, arranged the Mayor's travel abroad, and worked to establish relationships between San Jose and other cities. The files include extensive documents regarding San Jose's relationships with its sister cities.

Arrangement

This series is arranged alphabetically by subject, and is sorted chronologically within each subject.

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Bert Gerlitz
 

Administrative Files

box 10, Folder 254

Office of Protocol Creation undated

box 10, Folder 255

Horizon 2000 General Plan circa 1981

box 10, Folder 256

City Charter 1988

box 10, Folder 257

Azores Soccer League 1989

box 10, Folder 258

Gift Inventory 1989

box 10, Folder 259

Messages about Earthquake 1989

box 10, Folder 260

Annual Reviews and District Maps 1989-1990

box 10, Folder 261

St. Joseph's Cathedral 1990

box 10, Folder 262

Organization and Functions Manual 1990-1991

box 10, Folder 263

Visa Requests 1990-1991

Box 10, Folder 264

City Council Information and Budget 1990-1991

box 10, Folder 265

City Work Plan 1990-1991

box 10, Folder 266

Gifts Received April 1991

box 10, Folder 267

Cultural Programs 1991

box 10, Folder 268

Indo-American Chamber of Commerce 1991

box 10, Folder 269

Knight Foundation 1991

box 10, Folder 270

Souvenir Request 1991

box 10, Folder 271

Miscellaneous Administrative Files 1990-1991

box 10, Folder 272

Miscellaneous Administrative Files 1991

 

Events and Travel

box 10, Folder 273

Conference on Exporting 1989

box 10, Folder 274

Visit from German Senator 1989

box 10, Folder 275

Croatian President Visits San Jose circa 1990

box 10, Folder 276

Invitation to Mayor of Bergamo 1990

box 10, Folder 277

Dart Festival 1990

box 10, Folder 278

St. Patrick's Day Luncheon 1990

box 10, Folder 279

Consul General of Israel Visit 1990

box 10, Folder 280

Lithuanian Delegation 1990

box 10, Folder 281

Melbourne 1990

box 10, Folder 282

Moscow Minister of Construction 1990

box 10, Folder 283

Norwegian Consul Visit 1990

box 10, Folder 284

U.S./U.S.S.R. Gymnastics Competition 1990

box 10, Folder 285

Teatro Campesino 25th Anniversary 1990

box 10, Folder 286

British Ministries of Health Visit to San Jose 1991

box 10, Folder 287

Dick Cheney Visit to San Jose 1991

box 10, Folder 288

Mexican Flag Day February 1991

box 10, Folder 289

New Global Age Conference February 1991

box 10, Folder 290

Polish Ambassador to Visit San Jose April 1991

box 10, Folder 291

Seminar in Madrid 1991

box 10, Folder 292

Shalom Visit to Israel 1991

box 10, Folder 293

Vietnam Flag Raising 1991

box 10, Folder 294

World Cup Protocol 1991

 

International Relationships, General

box 10, Folder 295

Sister Cities Walk 1990

box 10, Folder 296

Fairmont Sister Cities Christmas Display 1990

box 10, Folder 297

Award from Sister Cities May 1991

box 10, Folder 298

Sister Cities Programs 1991

box 10, Folder 299

Brno, Czechoslovakia Sister City October 1991

box 10, Folder 300

Hungarian Sister City 1991

box 10, Folder 301

Mexico: Gustavo Bernal, Artist circa 1991

 

International Relationships: China/Taiwan

Box 10, Folder 302

Beijing Visit 1989

box 10, Folder 303

Consul General of China circa 1989

box 10, Folder 304

Burns Delegation to Taiwan May 1990

box 10, Folder 305

Tainan Table Tennis 1990

box 10, Folder 306

Tainan Delegation to New World Festival August 1990

box 10, Folder 307

Hong Kong circa 1990

box 10, Folder 308

Democracy in China 1990

box 10, Folder 309

Goddess of Democracy Project 1990

box 10, Folder 310

Beijing Experimental Zone 1990

box 10, Folder 311

Beijing Delegation April 1991

box 10, Folder 312

Chinese Historical Project 1991

box 10, Folder 313

Taiwan Economic Development 1991

Box 16

Taiwan Poster Scroll undated

 

International Relationships: Costa Rica

box 11, Folder 314

Arias 1989

box 11, Folder 315

Oscar Arias' Visit to San Jose 1989

box 11, Folder 316

Costa Rica Tourism 1989

box 11, Folder 317

Correspondence with Costa Rica 1990-1991

 

International Relationships: France

Box 11, Folder 318

French Consul Re: Normandy 1991

Box 11, Folder 319

Rouen, France April 1991

Box 16

Normandy Medal undated

Box 16

Rouen Medal undated

 

International Relationships: Ireland

box 11, Folder 320

Amateur boxing Tournament 1989

box 11, Folder 321

Consul General of Ireland 1989

box 11, Folder 322

O'Connor Hospital 1989

box 11, Folder 323

R.O.S.E. Award, Dublin 1989

box 11, Folder 324

Ireland, Arts and Theater 1989

box 11, Folder 325

Sister City Committee, Dublin 1989

box 11, Folder 326

Student Sponsorship 1989

box 11, Folder 327

Irish Video 1989

box 11, Folder 328

Ben Baines Visit to San Jose 1990

box 11, Folder 329

Bishop Dumaine to Visit San Jose 1990

box 11, Folder 330

Invitation to Desmond O'Malley: Irish Week 1990

box 11, Folder 331

Dublin Visit March 1990

box 11, Folder 332

Mayor of Dublin to Visit San Jose November 1990

box 11, Folder 333

Dublin Professor's Visit to San Jose 1990

box 11, Folder 334

Seamus Heaney 1990

box 11, Folder 335

Irish Peace Activism 1990

box 11, Folder 336

Paddy McCarthy 1990

box 11, Folder 337

Irish Immigration: Letters to Don Edwards 1990

box 11, Folder 338

Dublin Trip 1990

box 11, Folder 339

Robert Noyce 1990

box 11, Folder 340

Arkland, Ireland Carnival 1990

box 11, Folder 341

Irish Soccer 1990

box 11, Folder 342

Irish Times Journalist 1990

box 11, Folder 343

Rose of Tralee 1990

box 11, Folder 344

Irish Week 1990

box 11, Folder 345

Ireland Minister of Industry 1991

box 11, Folder 346

Gift from Michael Donnely April 1991

box 11, Folder 347

Invitation to President of Ireland April 1991

 

International Relationships: Japan

box 11, Folder 348

Sendai undated

box 11, Folder 349

San Jose-Japan Flight 1989

box 11, Folder 350

Correspondence 1989

box 11, Folder 351

Okayama Seismic Team 1989

box 11, Folder 352

Regional Policy Planners 1989

box 11, Folder 353

Okayama Music and Art 1989

box 11, Folder 354

Tree Donation 1990

box 11, Folder 355

Okayama Exchange Student 1990

box 11, Folder 356

Minoru Matsui 1990

box 11, Folder 357

Okayama Delegation to New World Festival August 1990

box 11, Folder 358

Sister Cities Display 1990

box 11, Folder 359

Okayama Delegation to New World Festival August 1990

box 11, Folder 360

Okayama: Correspondence 1990

box 11, Folder 361

Okayama/San Jose 33rd Anniversary 1990

box 11, Folder 362

Sister Cities: Letters 1990-1991

box 11, Folder 363

Research Planners January 1991

box 11, Folder 364

San Jose/Japan Travel 1991

box 11, Folder 365

Okayama: Statistical Information February 1991

box 11, Folder 366

Letter to Okayama Mayor February 1991

box 11, Folder 367

Thank You Note to Okayama March 1991

box 11, Folder 368

Gift From Tokyo 1991

box 11, Folder 369

Hotel Okura May 1991

 

International Relationships Philippines

box 11, Folder 370

Meeting with Philippine Consul General 1989

box 11, Folder 371

Philippines: Potential Sister City 1990

box 11, Folder 372

Filipino Celebration Week 1991

 

Publicity and Public Events Series IV: 1980-1999 (bulk 1987-1998)

Series Scope and Content Summary

The series consists of files documenting Hammer's election campaigns, awards, publicity, speeches, photographs, events and travel. Four boxes contain awards and certificates. Also of interest in this series are videotapes of Hammer's campaign activities, public appearances, and State of the City addresses.

Arrangement

This series is arranged alphabetically by subject, then chronologically within each subject.
 

Campaign Finances

box 11, Folder 373

Campaign Finances 1986

box 11, Folder 374

Campaign Finances 1987

box 11, Folder 375

Campaign Finances 1987-1989

box 11, Folder 376

Campaign Finances 1989 (1 of 2)

Box 11, Folder 377

Campaign Finances 1989 (2 of 2)

box 11, Folder 378

Campaign Finances 1990 (1 of 2)

Box 11, Folder 379

Campaign Finances 1900 (2 of 2)

Box 12, Folder 380

Campaign Finances 1986 (1 of 4)

Box 12, Folder 381

Campaign Finances 1986 (2 of 4)

Box 12, Folder 382

Campaign Finances 1986 (3 of 4)

Box 12, Folder 383

Campaign Finances 1986 (4 of 4)

box 12, Folder 384

Fair Political Practices Commission (FPPC) Forms 1988-1990

box 12, Folder 385

Campaign Finances 1991

box 12, Folder 386

Debt Retirement Statement 1991

box 12, Folder 387

FPPC Forms 1991, 1997

box 12, Folder 388

Economic Interests Statements 1991-1998

box 12, Folder 389

Debt Retirement Statement 1993

box 12, Folder 390

Fundraising Ethics 1993

box 12, Folder 391

Economic Interests Statements 1993-1995 (1 of 2)

Box 12, Folder 392

Economic Interests Statements 1993-1995 (2 of 2)

box 12, Folder 393

Campaign Finances January-February 1995

box 12, Folder 394

Campaign Finances January-April 1995

box 12, Folder 395

Campaign Finances July-December 1995

box 12, Folder 396

Campaign Finance Regulations 1996

 

Campaign Finances: Citizens for Susan Hammer

box 12, Folder 397

Citizens for Susan Hammer 1991

box 12, Folder 398

Citizens for Susan Hammer June-December 1993

box 12, Folder 399

Citizens for Susan Hammer January-June 1994

box 12, Folder 400

Citizens for Susan Hammer June 1994

box 12, Folder 401

Citizens for Susan Hammer July-December 1994

box 12, Folder 402

Citizens for Susan Hammer January-June 1995

box 12, Folder 403

Citizens for Susan Hammer July-December 1995 (1 of 2)

Box 12, Folder 404

Citizens for Susan Hammer July-December 1993 (2 of 2)

box 12, Folder 405

Citizens for Susan Hammer January-June 1996

box 12, Folder 406

Citizens for Susan Hammer June-December 1993

 

Campaign Finances: Friends of Susan Hammer

box 12, Folder 407

Friends of Susan Hammer November-December 1990

box 12, Folder 408

Friends of Susan Hammer January-June 1991

box 12, Folder 409

Friends of Susan Hammer July-December 1991

box 12, Folder 410

Friends of Susan Hammer January-June 1992

box 12, Folder 411

Friends of Susan Hammer November-December 1990

box 12, Folder 412

Friends of Susan Hammer January-June 1993

Box 13, Folder 413

Friends of Susan Hammer June-December 1993

box 13, Folder 414

Friends of Susan Hammer January-June 1994

box 13, Folder 415

Friends of Susan Hammer July-December 1994

box 13, Folder 416

Friends of Susan Hammer January-June 1995 (1 of 2)

Box 13, Folder 417

Friends of Susan Hammer January-June 1995 (2 of 2)

box 13, Folder 418

Friends of Susan Hammer July-December 1995 (1 of 2)

Box 13, Folder 419

Friends of Susan Hammer July-December 1995 (2 of 2)

box 13, Folder 420

Friends of Susan Hammer November-December 1990

box 13, Folder 421

Friends of Susan Hammer July-December 1996

box 13, Folder 422

Friends of Susan Hammer Semi-Annual Statement January-June 1997

box 13, Folder 423

FPPC July-December 1997 (1 of 2)

Box 13, Folder 424

FPPC July-December 1997 (2 of 2)

box 13, Folder 425

Friends of Susan Hammer January-June 1998

box 13, Folder 426

Officeholder Account January-June 1998

 

Campaign Materials, Miscellaneous

box 13, Folder 427

Campaign Advice 1986

box 13, Folder 428

Campaign Endorsements 1994

 

Campaign Polls and Voter Statistics

box 13, Folder 429

Public Opinion Poll 1989

box 13, Folder 430

Public Opinion Poll 1990 (1 of 2)

Box 13, Folder 431

Public Opinion Poll 1990 (2 of 2)

box 13, Folder 432

Election Results 1990-1994

box 13, Folder 433

GLS Research 1996

 

Certificates and Awards

box 14, Folder 434

Certificates 1987-1997

Box 14

Temple Emmanu-el Tzedek Award 1987

Box 14

Don Quijote Award 1991

Box 14

Friends of BAYMEC Award 1991

Box 14

Appreciation Plaque from Latino Issues Forum 1991

Box 14

Board of the Derry Investment Initiative undated

Box 14

San Jose Conservation Corps Plaque undated

Box 14

City of San Jose Plaque undated

Box 15

San Jose Symphony Orchestra Baton 1991

Box 15

Janet Gray Hayes Award 1992

Box 15

San Jose Youth Commission Award 1992

Box 15

Santa Clara Arts Council Award 1992

Box 15

Breakout Prison Outreach Plaque 1994

Box 15

Planned Parenthood Plaque 1994

Box 15

San Jose Valley Toxics Coalition Award 1994

Box 15

San Jose Unified School District Plaque 1995

Box 15

Juliette Gordon Low Award 1995

Box 15

International Citizen of the Year Award 1995

Box 15

Hewlett Packard Plaque 1995

Box 15

San Jose Mounted Police Plaque 1996

Box 15

Thomas P. Ryan Elementary School Plaque 1996

Box 15

Semiconductor Industry Plaque 1996

Box 15

Silicon Valley Arts Fund Appreciation Award 1996

Box 15

Silicon Valley Joint Venture Plaque 1997

Box 15

Filipino Youth Coalition Plaque 1997

Box 15

CIF Distinguished Service Award 1997

Box 15

City Livability Award 1997

Box 15

South Bay African-American Image Award 1997

Box 15

Women in Leadership Award 1997

Box 15

United Way Plaque 1998

Box 15

PACT Homework Plaque 1998

Box 15

San Jose Superintendents Plaque 1998

Box 15

Good Housekeeping Award for Women in Government 1998

Box 15

Martin Luther King, Jr. Association Plaque 1998

Box 16

Pro-Choice Coalition Plaque 1998

Box 16

Weed and Seed Plaque 1998

Box 16

Child Care Summit Plaque 1998

Box 16

Redevelopment Agency Plaque/Paperweight 1998

Box 16

San Jose Joint Venture Plaque 1998

Box 16

Friends of the Bureau R.O.S.E. Award 1998

Box 16

Tri-Cities Children's Centers Certificate 1999

Box 16

Santa Clara University Law School Community Award 1999

Box 16

West Ed Plaque 1999-2003

Box 16

Silicon Valley Joint Venture undated

Box 17

Framed Painting of Susan Hammer undated

Box 17

Scrapbook from PACT 1998

Box 17

Appointment Books 1991-1994

 

Events and Travel

box 13, Folder 435

Ireland 1991

box 13, Folder 436

Ireland 1995

box 13, Folder 437

Ireland 1998

box 13, Folder 438

Northern Ireland undated

box 13, Folder 439

London 1997 (1 of 4)

Box 13, Folder 440

London 1997 (2 of 4)

Box 13, Folder 441

London 1997 (3 of 4)

Box 13, Folder 442

London 1997 (4 of 4)

box 13, Folder 443

National Democratic Convention 1996 (1 of 2)

Box 13, Folder 444

National Democratic Convention 1996 (2 of 2)

box 13, Folder 445

National Conference of Democratic Mayors 1997

box 13, Folder 446

Renaissance Weekend 1995-1997

box 13, Folder 447

School Visits 1995

 

Speeches and Publicity

box 18, Folder 488

Speeches 1980

box 18, Folder 449

Speeches 1983-1985

box 18, Folder 450

Speeches 1986

box 18, Folder 451

Speeches 1988

box 18, Folder 452

Speeches 1989

box 18, Folder 453

Speeches and Press Clippings 1989

box 18, Folder 454

Speeches 1991

box 18, Folder 455

Publicity and Clippings 1991-1992

box 18, Folder 456

State of the City Proposals 1991-1994

box 18, Folder 457

State of the City Addresses 1991-1998

box 18, Folder 458

Speeches 1993-1995

box 18, Folder 459

Conference Speeches 1994

box 18, Folder 460

State of the City Address 1995

box 18, Folder 461

Miscellaneous Speeches/Press 1996

box 18, Folder 462

Invitations to Speak 1996-1997

box 18, Folder 463

State of the City Press Conference February 1997

box 18, Folder 464

Speeches and Public Statements 1997-1998

box 18, Folder 465

America's Promise Youth Summit 1997-1998

box 18, Folder 466

State of the City 1998

 

Slides and Photographs

box 18, Folder 467

Photographs, Personal undated

box 18, Folder 468

Photographs, McEnery circa 1987

box 18, Folder 469

Photographs, East Side Adult Education circa 1994

box 18, Folder 470

Photographs, Public Appearances and Events circa 1991-1998

box 18, Folder 471

Photograph, San Jose Downtown circa 1996

box 18, Folder 472

Photograph, Hammer with President Clinton circa 1996

box 18, Folder 473

Photographs, Youth Involvement circa 1996

box 18, Folder 474

Correspondence Re. Slide Donations 1995

box 18, Folder 475

Slides: Sheets 1-10 circa 1995

box 18, Folder 476

Slides: Sheets 11-20 circa 1995

box 18, Folder 477

Slides: Sheets 21-29 circa 1995

 

VHS Tapes

Box 20

Baseball Fantasy Tape (Phil Hammer appears) undated

Box 20

Friends of Lincoln High School PSA undated

Box 20

Nick's Birthday Party undated

Box 20

San Jose Convention Center undated

Box 20

Senator Boxer's Comments, Outstanding Women undated

Box 20

Temple Emmanuel Dinner 1987

Box 20

Unity Breakfast 1988

Box 20

Election Advertisement circa 1990

Box 20

Christmas in the Park Parade 1990

Box 20

Mayor's Debate 1990

Box 20

Mayoral Debate: Hammer vs. Fiscalini 1990

Box 20

Santa Clara County 1990: A Year of Change 1990

Box 20

Mayor-Council Inauguration 1991

Box 20

San Jose Police Video Unit: Day of Thanks 1991

Box 20

Unity Breakfast 1991

Box 20

Project Diversity 1992

Box 20

San Jose Police Video: Unity Breakfast 1992

Box 20

Arena Grand Opening Dedication Ceremony 1993

Box 20

Passport to San Jose 1993

Box 20

San Jose Arena Opening 1993

Box 20

State of the City Address 1993

Box 20

Re-Election Campaign Advertisement circa 1994

Box 20

Channel 11: Silicon Valley circa 1995

Box 20

Lawyer's Coalition for Civil Rights Under Law circa 1995

Box 20

Bay TV: Susan Hammer Bio 1996

Box 20

Channel 11: Cisco Systems 1996

Box 20

C-Span: Democratic Convention 1996

Box 20

ICG Year End Review 1996

Box 20

State of the City Address 1996

Box 20

Poco Way: A San Jose Story (Dept. of Housing) 1997

Box 20

State of the City Address 1997

Box 20

Channel 11 Newscasts 1998

Box 20

Phil Hammer News Appearance 1998

Box 20

Mayor Hammer Tribute 1998

Box 20

State of the City Address 1998

Box 20

Hometown Blues: The Struggle over Growth in the Bay Area 1999

Box 20

Junior Achievement Hall of Fame Profiles 1999

Box 20

Women of Vision 1999

 

San Jose Community Development Series V: 1966-1999 (bulk 1990-1999)

Series Scope and Content Summary

Susan Hammer is known for her commitment to community development in San Jose. Issues featured in this series include the arts, education, gangs, the Greenline Initiative, and youth services. Files from the Redevelopment Agency are also featured prominently.

Arrangement

This series is arranged into two broad categories: Community Development Issues and Community Development Organizations. The contents are sorted alphabetically by subject, and arranged chronologically within each subject.
 

San Jose Community Development: City Issues 1990-1999

 

Arts/Recreation

box 21, Folder 478

Conservation/Sierra Club 1991

box 21, Folder 479

Arts 1992-1996

box 21, Folder 480

Arena 1993

box 21, Folder 481

Sports Authority 1993-1994

box 21, Folder 482

Art Education 1994

box 21, Folder 483

Library 1994

box 21, Folder 484

Hayes Mansion October 1994

box 21, Folder 485

Miscellaneous Arts/Recreation 1994-1995

box 21, Folder 486

Arts and Culture 1995

box 21, Folder 487

San Jose Repertory Theatre 1995

box 21, Folder 488

Guadalupe River Park September 1995

box 21, Folder 489

Tech Center 1995-1997

box 21, Folder 490

Arts Leadership Forum 1996

box 21, Folder 491

Corporate Council for the Arts 1996

box 21, Folder 492

Guadalupe River Park 1996

box 21, Folder 493

San Jose Museum of Art 1996

box 21, Folder 494

San Jose Repertory Theatre 1996

box 21, Folder 495

Smithsonian 1996

box 21, Folder 496

20/21 Cultural Plan 1996

box 21, Folder 497

Weed and Seed 1996

box 21, Folder 498

Cinco de Mayo Festival 1996-1997

box 21, Folder 499

Sports 1996-1997

box 21, Folder 500

Biblioteca Latinoamericana 1997

box 21, Folder 501

Guadalupe River Project Notes 1997

box 21, Folder 502

Mexican Cultural Heritage Gardens 1997

box 21, Folder 503

Smithsonian Exhibit 1997

box 21, Folder 504

Symphony 1997 (1 of 2)

Box 21, Folder 505

Symphony 1997 (2 of 2)

box 21, Folder 506

The Tech 1997

box 21, Folder 508

History Museum 1998

box 21, Folder 509

Inner-City Games 1998

box 21, Folder 510

Bernal Park 1998

box 21, Folder 511

Joint Library Project 1998

box 21, Folder 512

Olympic Bid Process 1998

box 21, Folder 513

Parks 1998

box 21, Folder 514

San Jose Library 1998

box 21, Folder 515

Tech Opening 1998

box 21, Folder 516

Theatres 1998

 

Crime

box 21, Folder 517

Miscellaneous Crime 1990-1991

box 21, Folder 518

Crime: Clippings 1993-1994

box 21, Folder 519

Violent Crime 1994-1995

box 21, Folder 520

Domestic Violence Task Force April 1994

 

Education

box 21, Folder 521

College Motivation Advisory Group 1991

box 21, Folder 522

Educational Round Table 1991-1992

box 21, Folder 523

Computers in Education 1992-1993

box 21, Folder 524

Technology in Schools 1993

box 21, Folder 525

Community Education circa 1993

Box 22, Folder 526

Technology in Education Task Force 1993-1994

box 22, Folder 527

Technology in Education 1994

box 22, Folder 528

San Jose Education Network 1994-1996

box 22, Folder 529

Adult Education 1995

box 22, Folder 530

San Jose Education Network 1995

box 22, Folder 531

San Jose Education Network 1995-1996

 

Gangs

box 22, Folder 532

People Acting in Community Together (PACT) 1990-1991

box 22, Folder 533

Gang Prevention Task Force 1991

box 22, Folder 534

Gangs: Background Info 1991

box 22, Folder 535

PACT October 1992

box 22, Folder 536

Gang Prevention Task Force 1992-1993

box 22, Folder 537

Gang Prevention Task Force: Best Process 1993

box 22, Folder 538

Graffiti 1993

box 22, Folder 539

PACT 1993

box 22, Folder 540

Gang Prevention Task Force 1994

box 22, Folder 541

Gang Prevention Task Force March 1994

box 22, Folder 542

Gang Prevention Task Force 1994

box 22, Folder 543

PACT Homework Centers 1994

box 22, Folder 544

Gang Prevention Task Force: BEST/Cycle V 1996

box 22, Folder 545

Gang Prevention Task Force: Cycle V 1996

box 22, Folder 546

Youth Services/Gang Prevention 1996

box 22, Folder 547

Gang Prevention Task Force 1997

 

Greenline

box 22, Folder 548

Greenline Initiative 1995

box 22, Folder 549

Greenline Strategy 1995

box 22, Folder 550

Greenline Initiative March-April 1996

box 22, Folder 551

Greenline/Urban Growth 1996

 

Housing

box 22, Folder 552

Department of Housing Activity Report October 1992

box 22, Folder 553

Affordable Housing 1995

box 22, Folder 554

Housing Investment Plan 1995

box 22, Folder 555

Assisted Housing 1995-1996

box 22, Folder 556

Department of Housing Publications 1995-1996

box 22, Folder 557

Affordable Housing 1997

box 22, Folder 558

Affordable Housing 1998

 

Homelessness

box 22, Folder 559

Homelessness Task Force 1995

box 22, Folder 560

Homelessness Work Group 1995

 

Neighborhoods

box 22, Folder 561

Neighborhood Services Policy Committee 1991

box 22, Folder 562

Vietnamese Community Meeting November 1992

box 22, Folder 563

Washington-Guadalupe Neighborhood Association 1993-1994

box 22, Folder 564

Targeted Residential Picketing 1994

box 22, Folder 565

Mayfair Neighborhood Improvement Initiative 1996-1997

box 22, Folder 566

Mayfair Neighborhood Improvement Initiative June 1997

box 22, Folder 567

Mayfair Neighborhood September 1997

box 22, Folder 568

Mayfair Neighborhood Improvement Initiative 1997

box 22, Folder 569

Mayfair Advisory Committee 1998

box 22, Folder 570

Mayfair Neighborhood Improvement Initiative April 1998

 

Paramedics

box 22, Folder 571

Paramedics 1995

 

Transportation

box 22, Folder 572

San Jose Airport 1991-1994

box 22, Folder 573

Traffic Authority 1992

Box 23, Folder 574

Transportation Authority 1992

box 23, Folder 575

Transportation Authority/Parking Authority 1992-1994

box 23, Folder 576

Congestion Management Agency 1993

box 23, Folder 577

Parking 1993

box 23, Folder 578

Miscellaneous Transportation 1995

box 23, Folder 579

Parking 1996

box 23, Folder 580

Traffic: Level of Service 1996

box 23, Folder 581

Airport 1997

 

United Way

box 23, Folder 582

United Way 1 1999

box 23, Folder 583

United Way 2 1999

box 23, Folder 584

United Way 3 1999

box 23, Folder 585

United Way 4 1999

box 23, Folder 586

United Way 5 1999

 

Water/Sewage

box 23, Folder 587

Water Quality 1991

box 23, Folder 588

Waste Quality/Water Quality 1992-1993

box 23, Folder 589

Great Oaks Water Company 1993

box 23, Folder 590

Waste 1994

box 23, Folder 591

Sale of San Jose Municipal Water System 1995

box 23, Folder 592

Municipal Water Issues 1995-1998

 

Youth: City Year

box 23, Folder 593

City Year 1993-1994

box 23, Folder 594

City Year 1994-1995

box 23, Folder 595

City Year 1995

box 23, Folder 596

City Year 1995-1996

box 23, Folder 597

City Year 1996 (1 of 2)

Box 23, Folder 598

City Year 1996 (2 of 2)

box 23, Folder 599

City Year 1998 (1 of 2)

Box 23, Folder 600

City Year 1998 (2 of 2)

box 23, Folder 601

City Year 1999

 

Youth Services

box 23, Folder 602

Child Care 1987

box 23, Folder 603

San Jose BEST: Cycle III 1987

box 23, Folder 604

Greencorps 1994

box 23, Folder 605

Youth Issues 1994

box 23, Folder 606

Youth Centers 1994-1996

box 23, Folder 607

ACT Against Violence 1995

box 23, Folder 608

Washington Area Youth Center 1995

box 23, Folder 609

Youth Services 1995

box 23, Folder 610

Youth Issues 1995-1996

box 23, Folder 611

Youth Issues/Mentoring 1996

Box 24, Folder 612

BEST: Cycle VI August 1997

box 24, Folder 613

Youth Issues 1997 (1 of 2)

Box 24, Folder 614

Youth Issues 1997 (2 of 2)

box 24, Folder 615

Youth Issues 1997-1998

 

Community Development, Miscellaneous Issues

box 24, Folder 616

Community Foundation undated

box 24, Folder 617

San Jose General Plan circa 1966

box 24, Folder 618

Strategic Planning 1991-1992

box 24, Folder 619

City Bonds 1994

box 24, Folder 620

Minority Representation 1994

box 24, Folder 621

National League of Cities 1994

box 24, Folder 622

Community Improvement Organizations 1995-1997

box 24, Folder 623

Community Project Funding 1996

box 24, Folder 624

Community Development Budget Group 1997

box 24, Folder 625

Miscellaneous Community Organizations 1997-1998

 

San Jose Community Development: Organizations 1991-1999

 

Committee of the Whole (COW)

box 24, Folder 626

COW Better Vision 20/20 1991 (1 of 2)

Box 24, Folder 627

COW Better Vision 20/20 1991 (2 of 2)

box 24, Folder 628

COW Recreational Programs 1992

box 24, Folder 629

COW Anti-Graffiti Plan 1993

box 24, Folder 630

COW Budget 1993-1995

box 24, Folder 631

COW Budget Process 1994

box 24, Folder 632

COW Mayor's Budget Message 1994

box 24, Folder 633

COW Budget Process 1996

box 24, Folder 634

COW Transportation Policies October 1996

box 24, Folder 635

COW Budget Meetings 1996-1999

box 24, Folder 636

COW 1998

box 24, Folder 637

COW Fire Department, Police Department, Budgeting June 1998

 

Cultural Initiatives Silicon Valley

box 24, Folder 638

Cultural Initiatives Silicon Valley 1997-1998

box 24, Folder 639

Cultural Initiatives Silicon Valley 1998 (1 of 3)

Box 24, Folder 640

Cultural Initiatives Silicon Valley 1998 (2 of 3)

Box 24, Folder 641

Cultural Initiatives Silicon Valley 1998 (3 of 3)

box 24, Folder 642

Cultural Initiatives Silicon Valley Leadership Council Roster February 1998

box 24, Folder 643

Cultural Initiatives Silicon Valley Leadership 1998

box 24, Folder 644

Cultural Initiatives Silicon Valley Arts Education Task Force 1998

box 24, Folder 645

Cultural Initiatives Silicon Valley Arts Education Task Force 1998-1999

 

Joint Powers Authority

box 25, Folder 646

Joint Powers Authority 1995

box 25, Folder 647

Joint Powers Authority March 1996

box 25, Folder 648

Joint Powers Authority Agendas and Memos 1997

 

Redevelopment Agency (RDA)

box 25, Folder 649

RDA 1989-1994

box 25, Folder 650

RDA Downtown Strategy 1990

box 25, Folder 651

RDA 1991

box 25, Folder 652

RDA City Development: Roads/Highways 1991

box 25, Folder 653

RDA Mayor's Development Review Committee 1991-1992

box 25, Folder 654

RDA 1991-1994

box 25, Folder 655

County of Santa Clara VS RDA 1992

box 25, Folder 656

RDA: Teatro Campesino June 1993

box 25, Folder 657

RDA 1994

box 25, Folder 658

RDA Bank of America Concerns 1994

box 25, Folder 659

RDA Retail Strategy 1994

box 25, Folder 660

RDA VS Santa Clara County 1994

box 25, Folder 661

RDA 1994-1995

box 25, Folder 662

RDA Budget 1994-1995

box 25, Folder 663

RDA Executive Board Meetings 1994-1995

box 25, Folder 664

RDA Budget/Finances 1995

box 25, Folder 665

RDA: Memoranda and Activity Updates 1995

box 25, Folder 666

RDA Achievements 1995-1996

box 25, Folder 667

RDA Budget 1995-1996

box 25, Folder 668

RDA Activities 1996

box 25, Folder 669

State of the City 1996-09

box 25, Folder 670

RDA Budget 1996-1997 (1 of 2)

Box 25, Folder 671

RDA Budget 1996-1997 (2 of 2)

box 25, Folder 672

RDA Meeting with Senator McPherson April 1997

box 25, Folder 673

RDA: Opposition to City Hall Relocation 1997

box 25, Folder 674

RDA Achievements and Goals 1997-1998

box 25, Folder 675

RDA Budget 1997-1998

box 25, Folder 676

RDA Executive Meetings 1997-1998

box 25, Folder 677

RDA Pamphlet January 1998

box 25, Folder 678

RDA Executive Board Meetings 1998

box 25, Folder 679

RDA Publications 1998

box 25, Folder 680

Town and Country Development 1998