The Resource Records of Project Concern, Inc., 1969-1982

Records of Project Concern, Inc., 1969-1982

Records of Project Concern, Inc., 1969-1982
Records of Project Concern, Inc., 1969-1982
Title variation
Project Concern records, 1969-1982
The Records of Project Concern, Inc., 1969-1982, is comprised of nine Hollinger boxes, approximately 3.75 linear feet of material. The collection represents the actions and activities of a local social work organization within the communities of Harrisonburg and Rockingham County
Biographical or historical data
While visiting the homes of truant children to investigate their absence in school, John Honeycutt, a visiting teacher for the Harrisonburg schools, discovered much more deeply rooted reasons for their non-attendance. It was not simply that mothers were not waking their children on time, but rather, Honeycutt found families in which children did not have proper shoes, clothing, or coats to leave the house. Honeycutt initially brought this information to his church's Sunday school. His activism resulted in the organization of Project Concern, Inc., which was formally incorporated in January 1969. Its purpose was to assist with projects for the needy of Harrisonburg and Rockingham County.
Cataloging source
Records of Project Concern, Inc., 1969-1982
Series I. Administrative Information. ; Series II. Financial Documents. ; Series III. Members. Series IV. Other Agencies. Series V. Programs and Projects. ; Series VI. Summer Camp ; Series VII. Miscellany ; Series VIII. Media.
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Cumulative index finding aids
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3.75 linear feet (9 Hollinger boxes)
Governing access note
For use, see Special Collections or Reference librarian
Immediate source of acquisition
Donated by Greg Verson, retired JMU professor of Sociology.

Library Locations

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      Carrier Library Second Floor Room 203, MSC 1704, 880 Madison Drive, Harrisonburg, VA, 22807, US
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