The Allan H. Meltzer Papers, which date from 1958-2012, document Meltzer's career as an economist and professor of political economy at Carnegie Mellon University's Tepper School of Business. Included are papers published in academic journals, mainstream magazines and newspapers, unpublished materials, correspondence and press, as well as materials that document his role in the Shadow Open Market Committee (SOMC) and The International Financial Institution Advisory Commission (IFIAC).
Linear Feet: 31 Boxes: 33
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The senatorial papers of H. John Heinz III document his tenure as a Republican United States Senator representing the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania from 1977 to 1991. The collection comprises 670.6 linear feet of those files maintained by Heinz and his staff in Washington, D.C. and in three of his state offices. The papers have been divided into 31 series organized under five record subgroups: Legislative Records, Personal/Political Records, Press Relations/Media Activity Records, Constituent Service Records and Office Administration Records. The subgroups reflect the functions of the Senator's work and include series typical of a congressional collection. A description and folder title inventory exists for subject access to each subgroup, series, subseries, etc. The collection also contains audio-visual material, memorabilia and photographs (please refer to the Guide to the Special Materials in the Heinz Congressional Papers).
Linear Feet: 545
The William W. Cooper Collection is housed in 86 boxes, comprising 85 linear feet, and arranged in 11 series and 18 subseries. The vast majority of the collection consists of paper based materials but some series contain photographs, disks, tapes, and other media. Series were designated for biographical information, publications, professional files, conferences and lectures, professional societies, academic files, correspondence, personal materials, photographs, and reference files. There is also a series designated for reports produced by the Center for Cybernetic Studies (CCS). The CCS materials comprise a separate series from the rest of his publications because Cooper did not author or co-author the bulk of the papers.
Linear Feet: 85 Boxes: 86
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