Michigan Daily records  1950-1995
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HUD Subject Files [series]:

The HUD Subject File (13.5 linear feet; 1969-1973) consists of memoranda, reports, correspondence, clippings, and some published materials relating to Romney's service as Secretary of Housing and Urban Development. This series documents Romney's achievements in the area of housing: increased housing production during his administration, the development of new financial devices through the Governmental National Mortgage Association to make available and to secure mortgage monies, the "New Communities" program designed to provide thousands of new homes to thirteen new community developments, and "Operation Breakthrough," a program that sought to stimulate improvements in the housing industry. This series also provides information about Romney's role as administrator of an important cabinet position and of his relationship with President Nixon and members of the president's immediate staff. The researcher should realize that this series, although rich in substantive memoranda and correspondence, does not provide a complete picture of the operation of HUD during the 1969-1972 period; for that, the researcher is of course directed to the National Archives and to the archives maintained by HUD itself.

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Advisory Committee
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Advisory Committee on Intergovernmental Relations (ACIR) (10 folders)
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Applicants and candidates for HUD positions
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Appropriations
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Attorney General John Mitchell
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Blue Collar Workers, Domestic Council Subcommittee on
 
Budget
 
 1969
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General
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Budget appeal,  1969
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Fiscal year 1971
 
Budget
 
 1970
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General (2 folders)
 
 1971
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General (3 folders)
 
 1972
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General (5 folders)
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Burns, Arthur
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Cabinet meetings (6 folders)
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Cabinet (memoranda, etc.)
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Cabinet committees - General
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Cabinet Committee on Construction (1 folder)
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Cabinet Committee on Construction (8 folders)
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Cabinet Committee on Economic Policy (4 folders)
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Cabinet Committee on Education
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Cabinet Committee on Opportunity for the Spanish Speaking
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Cabinet Committee on School Desegregation
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Cambodia
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Cannon, Mark (potential appointees at HUD)
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Chapin, John
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Church and related materials
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Civil rights
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Civil service and related
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Commerce Department (Maurice Stans)
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Community Development Corporation and community development program and grants (4 folders)
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Committee on Interest Rates and Dividends
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Complaint or grievance procedure
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Congressional liaison and activity relating to HUD (5 folders)     (SEE ALSO Patman, Wright) 
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Construction Industry Collective Bargaining Commission (8 folders)
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Cost of Living Council (11 folders)
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Council for Urban Affairs
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Council of Economic Advisors
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Defense Department (and related)
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Denver housing
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Detroit housing (5 folders)
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Detroit housing (5 folders)
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Domestic Council (7 folders and 1 notebook)      [SEE ALSO National Growth Policy] 
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Environmental Quality Council
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Equal opportunity
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Federal Comprehensive Planning Assistance
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Federal Home Loan Bank Board
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Federal Housing Authority interest rates
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Federal National Mortgage Association (5 folders)
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Field directors, meeting with,  October 1970
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Finger, Harold B.
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Group interviews - HUD - December 1972
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Government National Mortgage Association
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Gulledge, Eugene
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Health, Education and Welfare, Department of (Elliott Richardson)
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Housing abandonment
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Housing Assistance Research Program
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Housing costs - lumber
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Housing Goals Report
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Housing Production Targets
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Housing programs
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Housing statistics
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HUD's future
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HUD inheritance,  1969
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Indian (native American) housing
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Inner-city housing and FHA mortgage insurance
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Inspector General and Government Accounting Office
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Interagency Committee on Construction Costs
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Interior Department (Rogers Morton)
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International affairs (2 folders)
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Judge, James J.
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Kaiser-Douglas Commissions
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Land Use and Development Sub-committee
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Legal matters (2 folders)
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Legislative proposals,  1971
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McKinney, Harold (memoranda) (3 vols. and 1 folder)
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Management Issues meeting,  1970
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Manpower Management Team
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Mayors and cities
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Memoranda (6 folders)
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Metropolitan development
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Minority entrepreneurship
 
Model Cities
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General (4 folders)
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Budget FY 1972
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New Towns Sub-Committee
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Morgan, John H.
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Mortgage and interest
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Mortgage Bankers Association of America
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Nader Associates (Ralph Nader)
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National Advisory Committee on Low Cost Housing
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National Association for Housing Partnerships
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National Association of Home Builders
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National Association of Housing and Redevelopment Officials
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National Association of Real Estate Boards
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National Council on Indian Opportunity
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National Growth Policy Report (5 folders)
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National Land Use Policy Act
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National League of Cities (and U.S. Conference of Mayors)
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National Urban Coalition
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National Urban Development Bank
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Neighborhood Development programs
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New Communities (2 folders)
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New Towns
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Office of Economic Opportunity (and poverty)
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Office of Management and Budget (4 folders)
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Open Communities
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Operating Committee
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Patman, Wright (House Banking Committee)
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Pennsylvania Avenue Commission
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Political,  1972
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Post Vietnam Study
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Press and public relations
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Property Disposition conference,  1971
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Region V
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Regional realignment
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Revenue sharing
 
Romney, George
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Awards and citations
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Personal correspondence (2 folders)
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Publicity and clippings (5 folders)
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Resignation from HUD
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Rules and regulations, publication of departmental
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Rural Affairs Council
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Rural development - Domestic Council
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Rural housing
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Section 236
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Solid Waste Subcommittee, Environmental Quality Council
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Staff memoranda
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Sprint
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State Department
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Sub-committees
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Task Force on Urban Renewal
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Telecommunication Policy (Clay T. Whitehead)
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Television interviews
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Tenant and site selection policies
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TOP (The Option Process)
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Transportation Department (John Volpe)
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Treasury Department (David Kennedy)
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Unger, Sherman
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Urban Affairs Council (4 folders)
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Urban Coalition (John Gardner)
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Urban Growth policy (2 folders)
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Urban Institute
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Vice President Agnew (and Vice President's Office)
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Vice President & intergovernmental relations
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Vietnam policy statements
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Wage-price issue
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Watson, Norman V.
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Welfare
 
White House
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Meetings (4 folders)
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Notes on meetings with the President
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John Ehrlichman communications,  1969-1971 (3 folders)
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John Ehrlichman communications,  1972
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Miscellaneous,  1969-1973 (including Richard Nixon letters) (7 folders)