Archive Inventory: E



INVENTORY
 
Collection Title: Eagle Foods                             Accession Number: 2004-004
Donor: Randall McMurray
Inclusive Dates: 1957-2003
Boxes: 5 record boxes, 1 oversized box
 
Scope Notes: This collection contains materials related to the operation and history of Eagle Food Stores, Inc., which existed from 1893-2003 and was based in Milan, Illinois. Eagle grocery stores operated in Iowa, Illinois, Wisconsin, and Indiana. The vast majority of materials are from the years 1980-1999.
Box 1: Includes correspondence, newspaper clippings, promotional materials, flyers, pamphlets. Materials of special interest include items related to the Eagle 100th Anniversary, advertising materials, annual reports, newsletters, and company history.
Box 2: Includes correspondence, newspaper clippings, promotional materials, flyers, pamphlets. Materials of special interest include press releases and promotional materials. This box also contains photographs relating to Eagle stores, sales, and employees.
Box 3: Contains photographs relating to Eagle stores, sales, and employees.
Box 4: Contains photographs and slides relating to Eagle stores, sales, and employees.
Box 5: Contains scrapbooks featuring press materials, from 1965-1984
Box 6: Contains oversized materials, largely newspaper clippings and advertisements.
 
Box 1:
100th Anniversary, 1992-1993
•             Plastic grocery bag for 100th anniversary celebration
•             100th Anniversary Committee Recommendations
•             Pamphlet: “Welcome to the 1993 Eagle Support Center Open House & Birthday Celebration!”
•             Correspondence: From Charlotte Doehler/Public Relations Manager to All Store Managers concerning 100th anniversary store parties
o              Includes Store Display Show and Van Movement Schedule with map
•             Question and Answer Sheet concerning store parties for 100th Anniversary, 1992
•             Eagle Letterhead for 100th anniversary celebration
•             Eagle History Timeline, handed out for 100th anniversary celebration
•             Correspondence: Memorandum From Brian DeLaney To Store Managers concerning Store 100th Anniversary Charges (2 copies)
•             Correspondence: Memorandum to all Store Managers concerning 100th Anniversary celebration
•             Packet: 100th Anniversary Road Show Up-Date!
•             Eagle News, Special 100th Anniversary Edition, May 1993
•             Eagle News, Special Holiday Edition, November 1993
•             Warehouse Openhouse Meeting, May 4, 1993
•             Correspondence: From Leone Autrey (?) concerning photographs for anniversary
•             Correspondence: From Katie Barnes concerning photographs for anniversary
•             Correspondence: From Regina A. Brockman concerning photographs for anniversary
•             Correspondence: From Inez Littig Duggan concerning past employment
•             Four empty envelopes sent to Melodee Adams
•             Correspondence: From Helen M. Little concerning past employment
•             Correspondence: From 100th Anniversary Committee to all Eagle Food Center Retirees, July 27, 1992
•             Correspondence: From Lenny Oll (?) concerning photographs for anniversary
•             Correspondence: Memorandum about new addresses
•             Empty envelope
•             Correspondence: From Mabel L. (?) concerning past employment
•             Correspondence: From 100th Anniversary Committee to Retiree Contributors, February 18, 1993
•             Correspondence: From Jerry Barber to Ed Froehlich, November 11, 1992
o              On back side of paper, Correspondence: From Ed Froehlich To Jerry Barber, October 29, 1992
•             Notes on Media Package, Big Screen TV Rental, and Room Rental, Undated
•             Video Contest Cost Estimates
•             Correspondence: From Melodee Adams To 100th Anniversary Committee, November 3, 1992
•             Correspondence: From Tom BeBlieck To Melodee Adams, November 4, 1992
•             Store Party Outline
•             Correspondence: From Doug Kassler and Tim Simmons To Gerald Barber, October 29, 1992
•             Flyer to share photographs or memorabilia
•             Correspondence: From Tom BeBlieck To Meldee Adams, October 23, 1992
•             100th Anniversary Committee Recommendations for 1993 (2 copies)
•             Correspondence: From Melodee Adams To Tom BeBlieck, October 22, 1992
•             Correspondence: From Melodee Adams To Tom BeBlieck, October 21, 1992
•             Correspondence: From Melodee Adams To Ron Perry, October 14, 1992
•             Correspondence: From Tom BeBlieck To Melodee Adams, October 13, 1992
•             Correspondence: From Melodee Adams To Chuck Ahlgrim, Cheryl Cooper, Colleen Cotter, Ron Cruz, Charlotte Doehler, Tom BeBlieck, Bill Dyer, Ruben Guerreo, Kris Kellums, Betty McCarthy, Bruce Malcolm, Corinne Moron, Connie Peterson, Craig Rosenthal, Andy Soteco, Mike Toohey, October 12, 1992
•             Correspondence: From Melodee Adams To Chuck Ahlgrim, Cheryl Cooper, Colleen Cotter, Ron Cruz, Charlotte Doehler, Tom BeBlieck, Bill Dyer, Ruben Guerreo, Kris Kellums, Betty McCarthy, Bruce Malcolm, Corinne Moron, Connie Peterson, Craig Rosenthal, Andy Soteco, Mike Toohey, October 6, 1992
•             Correspondence: Memorandum to All Vendors/Brokers of Eagle Food Centers concerning fall selling show with 100th Anniversary Theme August 20, 1992
•             Plans for 100th Anniversary Celebration
•             Correspondence: From Tom BeBlieck To Melodee Adams, October 25, 1992
•             Correspondence: From Tom BeBlieck to Melodee Adams, October 1, 1992
•             Notes concerning Anniversary plans, September 29 and October 8, 1992
•             Correspondence: From Tom BeBlieck to Store Manager; nomination for employee award for 100th Anniversary, September 3, 1992
•             Correspondence: From BeBlieck to Manager, local event tie in to Anniversary, August 31, 1992
•             Notes concerning Anniversary plans, September 1, 1992
•             Correspondence: From Tom BeBlieck to Melodee Adams, August 28, 1992
•             Notes concerning Anniversary plans, Undated
•             Correspondence: From Tom BeBlieck to Melodee Adams, August 13, 1992
o              Attached is copy of history of Eagles
•             Correspondence: From Tom BeBlieck to Melodee Adams, July 31, 1992
•             Correspondence: From Donan McAuley To Tom BeBlieck, August 6, 1992
•             Correspondence: From Melodee Adams to Tom BeBlieck, July 20, 1992
•             Correspondence: From Melodee Adams to Tom BeBlieck, July 20, 1992
•             Correspondence: From Tom BeBlieck to Melodee Adams, July 13, 1992
•             Correspondence: From Tom BeBlieck to Melodee Adams, July 7, 1992
•             Notes concerning Anniversary plans, Undated
•             Correspondence: From Tom BeBlieck to Cheryl Cooper, July 8, 1992
•             Correspondence: Fax From Melodee Adams to Roger Osbourne, July 14, 1992
•             Speech concerning Eagle Country Market format, 20 pages, Undated
 
100th Anniversary – History, 1992-1993
•             Eagle History Timeline
•             “The History of Eagle Food Centers, Inc.,”  September 1, 1992
•             Eagle History and Logos
•             “History of Eagles”
•             “Company History”
•             “History of Eagle”
•             “100 Years of Eagle History”
•             Center for Dubuque History
o              Business card for Michael D. Gibson, Archivist
o              Pamphlet for Center for Dubuque History, Loras College
o              Correspondence: From Michael D. Gibson to Melodee Adams, July 21, 1992
o              Newspaper Photocopies
            “New Building Will Replace Factory Here”
            “Tenenbom’s Super-Market Opening for Business”
            “Open House Set at Tenenbom’s”
•             “The History of Eagle Food Centers,” March 26, 1987
•             Contact information for Dubuque History
•             The History Factory
o              Correspondence: From Bruce Weindruch To Pat V. Petitti, July 9, 1992
o              “Consumer Celebration,” U.S. News & World Report, June 15, 1992
o              “As American as A&P,” The Palm Beach Post, July 3, 1992
•             “History of Eagles” – includes timeline
•             Administration and Buyer photographs photocopy, 1962
•             “October 1979 Notes on Company History,” 1979
•             “The Board Chairman’s Corner: My Seminar Message,” 1960
 
1987 Manager’s Meeting Binder, 1987
•             Contents of 1987 binder. Theme “Beat the Drums: ‘We the People’”
 
Advertising Logo, Various Dates
•             Eagle Country Market, small – Black and White
•             Eagle Wine & Spirits – Black and White
•             Eagle Country Floral – Black and White
•             Eagle Pharmacy – Black and White
•             Eagle Frozen Foods – Black and White
•             Eagle Country Harvest – Black and White
•             Eagle Country Creamery – Black and White
•             Eagle Five Star Service – Black and White
•             Eagle Country Oven – Black and White
•             Eagle Country Catch – Black and White
•             Eagle Country Smokehouse – Black and White
•             Eagle Country Butcher – Black and White
•             Eagle Country Market (6 copies, various sizes) – Black and White
•             Eagle Country Market – Color
•             Eagle Country Market (3 pages, 8 to a page) – Black and White
•             Eagle Country Market envelopes (2 copies)
•             Eagle Food Centers, Inc. envelope (2 copies)
•             Eagle Food Centers envelope
•             Eagle Food Centers, Inc. letterhead (3 copiess)
•             Eagle Country Market letterhead (2 copies)
•             Eagle Food Centers letterhead (2 copies)
•             Eagle 100 Years 1893-1993 letterhead (2 copies)
•             Eagle letterhead, 1987 (2 copies)
•             Eagle Discount Supermarkets letterhead, 1968 (2 copies)
•             Eagle Food Centers, Inc. (2 copies)
•             Milan Distributing Corporations letterhead (2 copies)
 
Apples for the Students, 1989-1990
•             Magazine Clipping: “Apples for Students: Eagle Store Managers Honored”
•             Correspondence/Press Release: From Mrs. Carole Bacon To Northwest Indiana News Media concerning Apples for Students program
•             Clipping Photocopy: “Congratulations Edison Jr. High!: Edison Jr. High School Receives the 1st Apple Computer!”
•             Clipping Photocopy: “Congratulations to the Students and Parents of P.H. Miller and Centennial Schools (Plano)”
•             Clipping Photocopy: “Thanks Quad-Cities!”
•             Clipping Photocopy: “Computers,” The Daily Dispatch, February 10, 1990
•             Thank you notes from students, May 8-9, 1990 (9)
•             Eagle Apple Bytes, Apples for the Students Newsletter, May 1990
•             Flyer: “Eagle wants to give your child an Apple,” 1989 (3 copies)
•             Thank you note from students at Horace Mann school, Undated
•             Thank you signatures from students at Tiskilwa Schools
•             Correspondence: From Lana S. Meier to School Coordinator
•             Correspondence: From Representative Pat Murphy To Pat Petitti, February 14, 1990
•             Correspondence: From Phil Dunshee To Kenneth L. Martin, May 14, 1990
•             Correspondence: From Thomas Bond To Pat Petitti, January 25, 1990
•             Correspondence: Representative Water J. Roorda To Kenneth L. Martin, January 25, 1990
 
A&P Prospective Purchase, 1984
•             Clipping Photocopy: “A&P May Go Shopping for Eagle,” Chicago Tribune, August 23, 1984 (2 copies)
•             Correspondence: From Lee Roush To Midwestern Food Division
 
Art Collection, 1964-1965
•             Newspaper Clipping: “Davenport Gallery Plans For Its ‘Finest Hour’,” The Times Democrat, January 28, 1965
•             Newspaper Clipping: “Poster Contest Boosts Art Show,” February 2, 1965
•             Newspaper Clipping: “In Cummings Collection—,” The Argus, April 3, 1965
•             Newspaper Clipping: “12 Art Masterpieces Worth $1 Million To Be Exhibited,” Moline Dispatch, January 28, 1965
•             Newspaper Clipping: “’Collection of Masterpieces’ Art Contest Winners Listed,” Moline Dispatch, March 6, 1965
•             Newspaper Clipping: “Winners in ‘Masterpieces’ Poster Contest Announced,” Moline Dispatch, March 13, 1965
•             Newspaper Clipping: “Posters to Promote Art Show,” Moline Dispatch, February 23, 1965
•             Newspaper Clipping: “In Cummings Collection—,” Argus, March 6, 1965
•             Newspaper Clipping: “Last Day for Cummings Show,” March 31, 1965
•             Newspaper Clipping: “Works for 12 Masters on Menu For Eagle Food’s Art Exhibit,” March 8, 1965
•             Newspaper Clipping: “Poster Winners,” March 3, 1965
•             Newspaper Clipping: “Poster Contest Planned As Part of Gallery Display of Famed Art,” February 2, 1965
•             Newspaper Clipping: ‘Collection of Masterpieces’ Art Contest Winners Listed,” Argus, March 13, 1965
•             Newspaper Clipping: “Renoir Original in Local Show,” Moline Dispatch, March 12, 1965
•             Newspaper Clipping: “Picasso—Last of Surviving Masters,” and “A Great Display of Our Untamed West,” Times Democrat, March 14, 1965
•             Newspaper Clipping: “Winners in ‘Masterpieces’ Poster Contest Announced,” Moline Dispatch, March 13, 1965
•             Newspaper Clipping: “Gallery Gets $1,000 Friends of Art Gift,” Times Democrat, March 17, 1965
•             Newspaper Clipping: “Collects Art, Runs Empire,” Argus Roundup, March 20, 1965 (2 copies)
•             Newspaper Clipping: “$1 Million Worth of Art Masterpieces on Display,” Moline Dispatch, March 20, 1965
•             Newspaper Clipping: “The Visual Arts,” Des Moines Sunday Register, March 21, 1965
•             Newspaper Clipping: “Million Dollar Weekend of Art,” Sunday Times Democrat, March 21, 1965
•             Newspaper Clipping: “Record Crowd Sees Cummings Paintings,” Times Democrat, March 22, 1965
•             Newspaper Clipping: “Police Guard Paintings For Trip to Art Gallery,” Moline Dispatch, March 16, 1965
•             Newspaper Clipping: “Art Masterpieces Seen By 4,500 Opening Day,” Moline Dispatch, March 22, 1965
•             Newspaper Clipping: “Record Crowd Views Gallery Museum Art Collections,” Times Democrat, March 22, 1965
•             Newspaper Clipping: “Eagle Davenport Art Show Big Success,” Supermarket, April 19, 1965
•             Newspaper Clipping: “Let’s Trade!” Eagle Advertisement next to article “First Lady Shares Pickled Okra Recipe.”
o              Correspondence: From Bess Abel, Social Secretary to Lady Bird Johnson To Wally Miller, Advertising Production Supervisor, April 30, 1964
•             Newspaper Clipping: “Untitled,” Times Democrat, April 4, 1965
•             Newspaper Clipping: “Food Firm Officer Presents Art Gifts,” The Daily Times, May 7, 1964
•             Newspaper Clipping: “Gifts Help To Fill Gallery Exhibit Gap,” The Daily Times, May 7, 1964
•             Newspaper Clipping: “Sculpture, Oil Painting Donated to Art Gallery,” Argus, May 7, 1964
•             Newspaper Clipping: “Art Gallery Receives Major Gifts,” Times Democrat, May 8, 1964
 
Bakery Production, and Marketing, August 1992
•             “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough: Some bakeries settle for 25% of total store customers. Eagle’s new Country Oven concept strives for 50% goal.”
•             “Graduation Graded A+”
•             “RBA Past President Expands Retail Baking Operation—Opens Another Bakery!”
 
Catering Menu, Undated
•             “Eagle Country Market: Entertaining Ideas! Your Guide to Fresher, Easier, More Delicious Entertaining,” (3 copies)
 
Chamber of Commerce Illinois Quad-City, 1989-1990
•             Thank you note for membership for 1989-1990 year
 
Charter for Success and Mission Statement, Undated
•             Eagle Food Centers, Inc: Charter for Success
•             Eagle Food Centers: Eagle Food Centers Mission Statement
 
Community Awards, 1992-2002
•             Classroom Connection Salutes Eagle Country Market for Innovative Communication Between Home and School, 1993-1994
•             Award Presented to Eagle Country Market for Outstanding support of U S West Direct’s, 1996
•             Illinois Department of Children and Family Services, 1997
•             Junior Achievement 2002 Gold Award
•             Bix 7 Contributions, 1992
 
Correspondence: Grayson, Charles, 1957
•             From Charles Grayson To Mr. Kelly, Undated
•             Advertisement for Eagle Food Centers Special Rock Island Train, From To Charles Grayson, 1957
 
Correspondence: John M. Lillie and Asher B. Edelman; Buyout Fall Out, 1986
•             From John M. Lillie To All Employees, September 29, 1986
•             Clipping Photocopy: “Lucky is Still Pondering Takeover Bid,” Undated
•             Press Release: Lucky Stores Inc., September 24, 1986
•             From Asher B. Edelman To John M. Lillie and The Board of Directors, September 24, 1986
•             Clipping Photocopy: “Hear Investor Group Readies Bid For Lucky” Supermarket News, September 29,        1986
•             From Bob Gustafson To Ray Myers
•             Clipping Photocopy: “Lucky Stores Vs. Edelman,” The New York Times, September 26, 1986
•             Press Release: Lucky Stores Inc., October 3, 1986
•             Press Release: Lucky Stores Inc., October 6, 1986
•             Press Release: Lucky Stores Inc., October 10, 1986
•             Press Release: Lucky Stores Inc., October 9, 1986
•             From John M. Lillie To All Employees, October 9, 1986
 
Eagle Annual Report, 1989-1996
•             1989
•             1990
•             1991
•             1992
•             1993
•             1994
•             1995
•             1996 (2 copies)
 
Eagle Annual Report, 1997-2001
•             1997
•             1998
•             1999
•             2000
•             2001
 
Eagle History, 1993-2003
•             Eagle History, 2003
•             Eagle History, 1993
•             “The History of Eagle Foods, 1893-1993”
•             “The History of Eagle Food Centers, Inc.,” Undated (3 copies)
 
Eagle Pride Newsletters, 1997-2001
•             Winter 1997 (3 copies)
•             March-April 1998
•             January-February 1999
•             March-April 2000
•             Fall, 2001 Volume 1, Issue 2
 
Eagle News Drafts, 1993-1994
•             Undated
•             October 1993 by Jerry Barber, President & CEO
•             A Message from Jerry, March 8, 1994
 
Employee Handbook, Undated
•             Eagle Food Centers Employee Handbook
 
Employees, 1988
•             “Stage Bill” featuring Ken Campbell, March 1988
 
Growth of Eagle Food, Undated
•             “Growth of Eagle Food Centers,” page 3-5
 
Lucky Stores Annual Report, 1980
•             1980
 
Lucky Stores Inc., Telephone Extension Directory, 1981
•             Midwestern Food Division Telephone Extension Directory, March 1981
 
Maps of Stores Locations, Districts, Undated-2001
•             The Wonderful World of A&P, Undated
•             “Eagle Territory,” Revised 2001 (2 copies)
•             Eagle Country, Undated
•             Store Districts, Undated
 
Memorandum, 1980
•             Lucky Stores, Inc., From Guy Rechtoria To Kathy Koop, October 9, 1980
 
Memorandum, 1991-1996
•             Eagle History, From Keith Lovett To Steve Bryan, September 25, 1991
•             Management Biographies, From Kay Mark To Jeff Griffith, July 30, 1996
 
Miscellaneous, Undated
•             Item 4a: Executive Officers of the Registrant
•             “The Blizzard of ’79: how the Midwestern Region Learned to Grin…and Shovel It!”
 
Nu-Zette, 1957
•             Nu-Zette, Volume 3, No.1, 1957
 
Newsletters, 1987-October 1995
•             Special Edition, 1987
•             Special Edition, 1988
•             May 1989
•             October 1989
•             May 1990
•             September 1990
•             Special Edition, Januarys 1991 (2 copies)
•             May 1992 (2 copies)
•             Special Edition, May 1992 (2 copies)
•             Special Holiday Edition, November 1993 (3 copies)
•             Spring 1995 (3 copies)
•             Special Edition, June 1995 (2 copies)
•             October 1995 (2 copies)
 
Newsletters, December 1995-1997
•             December 1995 (3 copies)
•             August 1996
•             November 1996
•             February 1997
•             Spring 1997
 
News & Views, 1976-1983
•             August 1976
•             August 1979
•             April 1981
•             “Yes, We Have Bananas,” December 1981
•             Spring 1982
•             “20 Year Club Keeps Retries in Touch,” Summer/Fall 1982
•             Winter 1982
•             Spring 1983
•             “A Word about Florida,” Undated
•             “Lucky in Arizona,” Undated
 
Newspaper Clippings from binder, January-February 1961
•             “Board Examines Traffic Hazard,” Announcements, January 12, 1961
•             “Nixon, Kennedy in Stamps,” Arkansas Grocer, January 1961
•             “Set Wedding Date,” Morton Grove Champion, January 19, 1961
•             “Highlight of the Year: Completion of Eagle Addition,” Cedar Falls Daily Record, January 5, 1961
•             “Eagle Food Center Permit $229,900,” January 13, 1961
•             “Guideposts for Decision Makers,” Calif. Gro. Advocate, January 20, 1961
•             “Carry-Out Girl,” Undated
•             “Non-Food Items Won’t Drive Out Food Image,” January 21, 1961
•             “Eagle Foods Opens New Store Here Next Week,” Edgewater-Uptown News, January 25, 1961
•             “Supermarket & Department Store,” January 21, 1961
•             “Select Team to Head Eagle Food in Niles,” The News, January 26, 1963
•             “Safe Driving Award Presented by Firm,” Argus, January 25, 1961
•             “Eagle Foods Will Open Wednesday, February 1,” The Niles Bugle, January 26, 1961
•             “Eagle Food Sales Jump 12 Per Cent,” Argus, January 26, 1961
•             “Eagle Food Opens Niles Store At Oakton-Milwaukee,” Morton Grove Champion, January 26, 1961
•             “8th Eagle Store,” News, October 26, 1961
•             “Sales Gain, Net Falls for Eagle Food Centers,” News, January 26, 1961
•             “Eagle Food Center in Rolling Meadows” and “Eagle Food Center In Elmhurst,” Realty & Building,
January 28, 1961
•             “The Orchard Plaza Shopping Center,” Realty & Building, January 28, 1961
•             “Untitled,” Realty & Building, January 28, 1961
•             “Accused of Theft,” Argus, January 28, 1961
•             Non-Foods in Supers Slow Growth Seen,” February 15, 1961
•             “Eagle Food Center in Rolling Meadows” and “Eagle Food Center In Elmhurst,” Realty & Building, January 28, 1961
•             “Eagles Market Going Up…” Cedar Falls Daily Record, February 17, 1961
•             “The Orchard Plaza Shopping Center,” Realty & Building, January 28, 1961
•             “Untitled,” Realty & Building, January 28, 1961
•             “Higher Sales and Earnings Announced by Eagle Food Centers,” Chain Store Age, February 1961
•             Ousts Rack, Robbers,” Supermarket Merch., February 1961
•             “Orchard Plaza,” Chicago Construction News, February 2, 1961
•             “Higher Sales and Earnings Announced by Eagle Food Centers,” Chain Store Age, February 1961
•             “Variety of Cheeses Featured at Eagle,” The Citizen, February 2, 1961
•             “National, Private Brands A Eagle,” Morton Grove Champion, February 2, 1961
•             “Eagle Store Grand Opening Now Taking Place,” The Niles Bugle, February 2, 1961
•             “Eagle Spreads Its Wings,” News, February 2, 1961
•             “Hold Eagle Food Center Opening,” Park Ridge Herald, February 2, 1961
•             Advertisement: “Welcome,” The Life, February 2, 1961
•             “Gala Occasion As Eagle Foods Opens in Niles,” Niles Spectator, February 2, 1961
•             “ New Food Store is Eagles’ 38th,” Argus, February 6, 1961
•             “Eagle Opens Newest Store Near Chicago,” Independent, February 2, 1961
•             “Eagle Food Chief Started Career 30 years Ago,” Advocate, February 2, 1961 (2 copies)
•             “Eagle Food Center Opens,” Niles Spectator, February 9, 1961
•             Eagle Food Centers Opens Niles Store,” Talk, February 9, 1961 ( copies)
•             “Niles Site of Eagle’s Newest Food Center,” The Life, February 2, 1961
•             “Work to Begin Immediately on Main Ave. Eagle Store,” Herald, February 9, 1961
•             “Untitled,” Herald, February 9, 1961
•             “Eagle Centers Announce Sales Increase of 12%,” Addison Press, February 9, 1961
•             “3 Gunman Rob Elmhurst Store of $1,000 Cash,” American, February 11, 1961
•             “Untitled,” Food Field Reporter, February 13, 1961
•             “Three Bandits Rob Elmhurst Store of $1,100,” Sunday Tribune, February 12, 1961
•             “Eagle Food Centers,” Food Mart News, February 15, 1961
•             “Revolver Only Clue,” Du Page Press, February 16, 1961
•             “A Snub-Noses Revolver: Only Clue for Police,” Press, February 16, 1961
•             “Start New Center,” Journal, February 16, 1961
•             “Teen Talk,” Niles Bugle, February 16, 1961
•             “Rolling Meadows Has Chamber of Commerce,” Rolling Meadows Herald, February 23, 1961
•             “Untitled,” Real Estate News, February 24, 1961
•             “Minnesota Notes,” Poultry & Eggs Weekly, February 25, 1961
•             “Stock Transfer is Termed ‘Just Rumor’ by Food Firm,” Argus, February 25, 1961
•             Eagle Owners Try to Alleviate Traffic Hazard,” Announcements, February 23, 1961
•             “Consolidated Foods to Buy Eagle Store Chain,” Hawk-Eye Gazette, February 27, 1961
•             “Eagle Chain Bought By Consolidated,” Courier, February 27, 1961
•             “Eagle Markets and Consolidated Merge,” Moline Dispatch, February 27, 1961
•             “Plan to Acquire Food Chain in Stock Swap,” News, February 27, 1961
•             “Consolidated Foods is acquiring Eagle Chain,” Cedar Rapids Gazette, February 27, 1961
•             “Eagle Foods, Consolidated Announce Merger of Firms, Argus, February 27, 1961
•             “Cons. Foods Taking Over Eagle Chain,” Chicago Tribune, February 28, 1961
•             “Untitled,” Chicago Tribune, February 28, 1961
•             “Eagle Markets and Consolidated Merge,” February 27, 1961
•             “Plan to Acquire Food Chain in Stock Swap,” News, February 27, 1961
•             “Consolidated Foods is Acquiring Eagle Chain, Cedar Rapids Gazette, February 27, 1961
•             “Consolidated Foods, Eagle to Be Merged,” American, February 28, 1961
•             “Consolidated Buys Chain,” Chicago Sun-Times, February 28, 1961
•             “Eagle Merger May Speed Work on New Store, Official Says,” Clinton Herald, February 28, 1961
•             “Eagle Stores to Consolidated,” February 28, 1961
•             “Mid-America Expects to Sell More LPG,” Register-Republic, February 28, 1961
•             “Cons. Foods Plans to Acquire Eagle,” Journal of Commerce-N.Y., February 28, 1961
•             Foodstore Holdup Clue Fizzles as Gun Track Ends,” Press, February 28, 1961
 
News paper Clippings from binder, March-April 1961
•             “The Long Way Round…,” Record, March 1, 1961
•             “Consolidated Will Take Over Eagle,” Assoc. Food Retailers, March 1961
•             “Foodstore Holdup Clue Fizzles as Gun Track Ends,” Argus, March 1, 1961
•             “Eagle Food Merger Plan in Announced,” Hoffman Herald, March 2, 1961
•             “Zoners to Converge on Service Station,” Rolling Meadows Herald, March 2, 1961
•             “Eagle Food Chain Will Be Acquired,” Announcements, March 2, 1961
•             “Milhiser says merge continues retail expansion,” Globe-Gazette, March 2, 1961
•             “Plan to Spend $1 Million on 50th St. Plaza,” Journal Back of the Yards, March 1, 1961
•             “Consolidated Food To Acquire Company,” Commercial Bulletin, March 3, 1961
•             “Shopping Tenants Signed,” News, March 3, 1961
•             “Plan $1,000,000 Shopping Center for 50th & Racine,” Real Estate Advertiser, March 3, 1961
•             “Dividend of 17 ½ Cents Declared by Eagle Foods,” Argus, March 3, 1961
•             “Surprise Cake Mix for Parties,” Chicago Sun-Times, March 3, 1961
•             “Untitled,” Packer, March 4, 1961
•             “Untitled,” Grocer-Graphic, March 6, 1961
•             “Plan New Suburb Shopping Center,” Chicago Sun-Times, March 4, 1961
•             “Racine-Aberdeen Shop Center Planned,” Realty & Building, March 4, 1961
•             “Consolidated Foods Says Fiscal ’61 Sales Pace Tops Fiscal ’60,” Wall St. Journal, March 3, 1961
•             “Shopping Center to be Built in Olympia Fields,” Realty & Building, March 4, 1961
•             “Food Corp. Profits Higher,” News, March 4, 1961
•             “Plan Consolidation of Two Food Chains,” Highwood News, March 9, 1961
•             “Lease Space in Olympia Fields Shopping Center,” Homewood-Flossmoor Star, March 9, 1961
•             “Will Buy Retail Stores,” Butcher’s Adv. Dressed Poultry & Food Merchant, March 8, 1961
•             “Glenview Sanitarian Addressed Food Handler at Seminar,” Announcements, March 9, 1961
•             “Merger Plans Announced,” American Soft-Drink Journal, March 20, 1961
•             “Food Reporter Asks Shoppers,” Chicago Tribune, March 10, 1961
•             “More Small Shopping Centers Are Predicted,” News, March 10, 1961
•             “Plan Shopping Center for Olympia Fields,” Real Estate Advertiser, March 10, 1961
•             “Eagle Chain Merger with Consolidated,” Packer, March 11, 1961
•             “Plan Shopping Center for Olympia Fields,” Real Estate Advertiser, March 10, 1961
•             “Biggest Food Convention Yet Forecast as SMI Meting Returns to Chicago,” St. Louis Food News, March 1961
•             “Manufacturer to Buy Midwest Retail Chain,” Modern Grocer, March 3, 1961
•             “Untitled,” Super Market Merchant, March 1961
•             “Consolidated Buys 38-Unit Eagle Food,” Supermarket News, March 6, 1961
•             “Untitled,” Bottling Industry, March 21, 1961
•             “Plan $1,000,000 Shopping Center for 50th & Racine,” Real Estate Advertiser, March 3, 1961
•             “Food Industry ‘World Fair’ May 7-10,” Packer, March 11, 1961
•             “Consolidated Foods,” Food Mart News, March 15, 1961
•             “Consolidated Foods Reports Eagle Food Center Purchase,” Food Field Reporter, March 13, 1961
•             “Consolidated Buys Eagle Food Centers,” Food Mart News, March 15, 1961
•             “Break Ground,” Real Estate News, March 24, 1961
•             “New Chopping Center to Include Zayre Store; Eagle Food Center,” Real Estate News, March 17, 1961
•             “Consolidated Food OKs Acquisition of Eagle,” Ice Cream World, March 17, 1961
•             “Bowman Has New Milk for Weight-Watchers,” New World, March 17, 1961
•             “Village Officials Ask State to Act on Traffic Problem,” Announcements, March 16, 1961
•             “Untitled,” Poultry & Eggs Weekly, March 4, 1961
•             “Break Ground for Shopping Center in Des Plaines,” Real Estate Advertiser, March 24, 1961
•             “10 Acre 14-Store Des Plains ‘Market Place’ Begun,” Real Estate News, March 24, 1961
•             “Food Quiz,” Chicago Sun-Times,” March 24, 1961
•             “Break Ground for 14-Store Center at Elmhurst, Golf,” Press, March 24, 1961
•             “Shopping Center is Under Construction,” Realty & Building, March 25, 1961
•             “Participation In,” Hoffman Herald, March 30, 1961
•             “Consolidated Foods acquires Eagle Food Centers,” Chain Store Age, April 1961
•             “FTC Eyes Action in Eagle Purchase,” Supermarket News, March 6, 1961
•             “Group Formed to Run Store,” Clinton Herald, April 3, 1961
•             “Eagle Food,” Super Market Merchant, April 1961
•             “Iowa Store Corporation Formed by Eagle Foods,” Argus, April 1, 1961
•             “Mineral Man Injured in Accident,” Moline Dispatch, April 11, 1961
•             “Woman Files $100,000 Suit Against Store,” North Shore Life, April 7, 1961
•             “Untitled,” Goodfruit Grower, April 1, 1961
•             “Consolidated Food Corporation,” Progressive Grocer, April 1961
•             “Two Immured in Rural Area Crashes,” Argus, April 11, 1961
•             “Eagle Employee 5th in SMI Competition,” Herald, April 13, 1961
•             “Untitled,” Spectator, April 13, 1961
•             “Eberhard Reviews Record of Action in Voter Bid,” Rolling Meadows Herald, April 13, 1961
•             “Topco Associates Opens New HQ On Gross Point Rd.,” Morton Grove Champion, April 27, 1961
•             “Hot Dog Sale,” Edison-Norwood Review, April 19, 1961
•             “Exclusive,” Food Mart News, April 1, 1961
•             “Consolidated Food Corp.,” Canner Packer, April 1961
•             “Untitled,” Coffee & Tea Industries, April 1961
•             “24th Annual SMI Convention Slated for Chicago May 7,” Frosted Food Field, April 1961
•             “Quarterly Dividend Paid by Eagle Food,” Moline Dispatch, April 28, 1961
•             “Plan Tasty Meals Within a Food Budget,” Times-Democrat, April 6, 1961
•             “Super Market Tribute Set For Biggest Convention Yet,” Butcher’s Adv. Dressed Poultry & Food Merchant, April 26, 1961
 
Newspaper Clippings from binder, February 1961 – December 1962
•             “SMI Parley in Chicago Seen Largest in History of Group”
•             “Eagle Holds to Vote on Sale to Consolidated,” Supermarket News, May 1, 1961
•             “New Weight Watcher Milk From Bowman,” Food Mart News, May 1, 1961
•             “Super Market Institute Officers,” Super Market Merchant, May 1961
•             “Supers Belong in Discount Operations,” Super Market Merchant, May 1961
•             “Eagle to Vote May 18 on Sale,” Press, May 2, 1961
•             “Untitled,” Progressive Grocer, May 1961
•             “Warns Reds Infiltrating Hollywood,” News, May 8, 1961
•             “Huge Food Trade Exposition to Open in Chicago Sunday,” Chicago Tribune, May 5, 1961
•             “SMI Prodded to Widen Services, Lines in Readiness for ‘2d Retail Revolution’,” Supermarket News, May 8, 1961
•             “Stores Set Own Goals: Waxenberg,” Times, May 8, 1961
•             “Eagle Foods Plans Sale of Assets to Consolidated,” Journal, May 11, 1961
•             “Hot Dogs,” Progressive Grocer, May 1961
•             “Warehouse Erected for $4 per Square Foot,” Progressive Grocer, May 1961
•             “Plan New Industrial, Commercial Projects Here,” Journal, May 11, 1961
•             “Eagle Food Centers Net Lower on Higher Sales,” Supermarket News, May 8, 1961
•             “Supermarket Story Part 1,” Supermarket Institute,” February 1961
•             “Eagle Food,” Argus, December 1, 1962
 
Newspaper Clippings from binder, 1964-October 1965; 1985-1989
•             “Consolidated Food Drops Tobacco Firm Merger,” Chicago Daily News, May 3, 1964
•             “Waxenberg Resigns as Foods Exec,” Chicago Daily News, May 4, 1964
•             “Food Firms Hire Landon,” Elgin Courier, June 18, 1964
•             “Rudy Dallesasse,” The News, April 8, 1965
•             “Eagle’s Center Asks Employees to Open House”
•             “The Howard G. Ford Award”
•             “Grand Opening of New May’s Drug Store Schedules for 9a.m. Today”
•             “Dominick’s to Acquire Korvette Food Stores”
•             “Set Piggly Wiggly Opening Thursday”
•             “The Management Staff,” Gary Grove News, June 10, 1964
•             “Piggly Wiggly’s Grand Opening to Be Thursday,” Gary Grove News, June 10, 1964
•             “Piggly Wiggly’s Grand Opening to Be Thursday,” McHenry Co. Star, June 10, 1964
•             “Piggly Wiggly, May’s Holds Open House At New Center”
•             “Untitled,” Elgin Daily Courier News, June 12, 1964
•             “Eagle Foods Shows Off New, $-Multimillion Warehouse,” Chicago Herald, April 4, 1963
•             “Untitled,” Elgin Daily Courier News, June 12, 1964
•             Open Remodeled Piggly Wiggly in Center June 11,” Gary-Grove News, June 3, 1964
•             “Four Receive Promotions with Eagle Food,” Rock Island Argus, July 27, 1964
•             “FTC Sees Data of Amer. Tobacco Co.”
•             “Food Store Completes Remodeling,” Elgin Daily Courier, June 9, 1964
•             “Rebuilding Started”
•             “The Quad-City,” Argus, March 28, 1965
•             “Piggly Wiggly Names Koplin District Manager,” Elgin Daily Courier, April 6, 1965
•             “Piggly Wiggly Transfers Personnel,” Rochell News, March 31, 1965
•             “Beloit Woman District Winner in Piggly Wiggly Checker of the Year Contest,” March 26, 1965
•             “Our Sincere Congratulations”
•             “Congratulations are in Order”
•             “Eagle Opens New Food Store Here”
•             “Hear Your Friends and Neighbors”
•             “Congratulations on the Grand Opening”
•             “Swedish Youth Learns Merchandising Here,” Sterling Gazette, March 25, 1965
•             “Piggly Wiggly Re-modeling Celebration June 11,” Free Press
•             “Food Store Completes Remodeling,” Dubuque Herald, March 25, 1965
•             “Piggly Wiggly’s Grand Opening to Be Thursday,” Sunday Review, May 7, 1964
•             “The Management Staff,” Sunday Review, May 7, 1964
•             “Two Watch Tower Plaza Stores to Open Nov.1”
•             “Tornado Unroofs Supermarket,” Cedar Rapids Gazette, April 13, 1965
•             “Guns Protect Art,” Times-Democrat, April 16, 1965
•             “Two Watch Tower Plaza Stores to Open Nov.1,” Argus, October 23, 1962
•             “Winner in Eagle and Piggly Wiggly Checker Contest,” The Republican-Reporter, March 11, 1965
•             “Scandinavian Youth apprentice With Eagle Food Centers,” March 31, 1965
•             “Strictly Business”
•             “All Recognized in Rhyme Revised”
•             “Mrs. Pearl Ruggles”
•             “Open Remodeled Piggly Wiggly in Center June 11”
•             “Piggly Wiggly Re-modeling Celebration June 11,” Free Press, June 10, 1962
•             “Congratulations to Eagle Food Centers on the Grand Opening”
•             “Piggly Wiggly Re-modeling Celebration June 11,” Free Press, June 10, 1962
•             “Dominick’s Buys 7 Eagle Stores,” Daily News, June 1, 1965
•             “Dominick’s Takes Over 7 Eagle United Tomorrow,” Supermarket News, 1965
•             “Piggly Wiggly Wins First in District Contest,” Kendall Co, News, April 1, 1965
•             “Food  Store Reopens”
•             “Consolidated Foods Net, Sales Rise to New Highs”
•             “Food  Store Reopens”
•             “Food Store Completes Remodeling,” Elgin Daily Courier, June 9, 1964
•             “Hazel Green Woman Wins Eagle Store Checker Award”
•             “Flosi New Food Chain Manager Here”
•             “If He’s Tired, it’s because he’s just covered 5000 supermarkets,” Supermarket News, July 29, 1963
•             “Untitled,” Times-Democrat
•             “Clark Backs Viet Stand,” Times-Democrat, January 6, 1965
•             “The Great Supermarket Debate,” Times-Democrat, 1965
•             “U.S. Must Deal From Position of Strength with Reds, Clark Warns,” Rock Island Argus, January 6,                1965
•             “Con Foods and American Tobacco Plan Industry’s Largest Merger,” Supermarket News, February 8, 1965
•             “United Jewish Appeal Opens,” Moline Dispatch, October 29, 1965
•             “Piggly Wiggly Sets Grand Opening,” The Daily Sentinel, June 29, 1965
•             “Piggly Wiggly Honors Checkers,” Bureau County Record, March 9, 1965
•             “3 Are Promoted At Eagle Food Centers in Milan,” Moline Dispatch, November 4, 1965
•             “Slacks Popular Attire for Home,” March 19, 1965
•             “Hazel Green Woman Eagle Store Checker,” March 7, 1965
•             “Eagle Foods Name 2 to New Local Positions,” April 1, 1965
•             “Susan Friedel Top Checker,” Elgin Daily Courier, March 11, 1965
•             “Checker of the Year,” Moline Dispatch, March 8, 1965
•             “Fall Food Festival Staged,” November 8, 1965
•             “Church Will Get Piano From Stamps,” Rock Island Argus, February 20, 1965
•             “Eagle Prepares for Entry Into Macomb With Successful Community Ad Drive,” Supermarket News, August 9, 1965
•             “Beloit District Winner in Piggly Wiggly Checker of the Year Contest,” Beloit News, March 26, 1965
•             “Eagle Super Market Chooses District Checker Winner,” May 1, 1965
•             “Wins $250,000 Damages Due to Injuries in Store Roof Collapse,” Argus, January 20, 1965
•             “Scandinavian Youth Apprentice with Eagle Food Centers,” The Press, March 31, 1965
•             “Piggly Wiggly Wins First in District Contest”
•             “Piggly wiggly Names Koplin District Manager,” Elgin Daily Courier News, April 6, 1965
•             “Second Place.” April 1, 1965
•             “Consolidated Foods Plans Stock Sale,” Daily News, November 5, 1965
•             “Flosi New Food Chain Manager Here,” Rockford Register, March 19, 1965
•             “Youth From Sweden Gets Job Training,” Rock Island Argus, March 25, 1965
•             “Untitled,” March 28, 1965
•             “Waukegan Store First in Contest,” Waukegan News, March 30, 1965
•             “The Piggly Wiggley’s…,” Woodstock Daily Sentinel, April 12, 1965
•             “Sweidsh Youth Learns Merchandising Here,” Sterling Gazette, March 25, 1965
•             “American Tobacco Profit, Sales Set Records in 1964,” The Wall Street Journal, February 4, 1965
•             “American Tobacco and Consolidated Foods to Merge,” The Wall Street Journal, February 4, 1965
•             “New May’s Opening Set for Thursday,” Rockford Register, March 3, 1965
•             “Piggly Wiggly Mart Begins Digging Out,” Rockford Register, March 3, 1965
•             “Ward’s Store to ‘Anchor’ City Shopping Center,” Iowa City Press-Citizen, March 23, 1965
•             “Piggly Wiggly Store Begins Celebration,” Elgin Daily Courier News, May 20, 1965
•             “Two Piggly Wiggly Centers Weill Be Expanded,” Madison Newspapers, June 5, 1965
•             “Untitled,” Daily Journal Record, June 18, 1965
•             “Aftermath of a Tornado,” Woodstock Daily Sentinel, April 12, 1965 (2 copies)
•             “Unroofed, shattered,” Food Topics, May 1965
•             “Supermarket Burns in Aurora Shopping Plaza,” April 1965
•             “Fire Destroys Food Store”
•             “State Investigators Checking Cause of Piggly Wiggly Fire,” Aurora Beacon-News, August 26, 1965
•             “Seven Are Promoted by Eagle Food Firm,” Rock Island Argus, July 29, 1965
•             “Consolidated Foods Advances Executives,” Times-Democrat, July 1965
•             “Eagle Promotes 7 Executives,” Times-Democrat, July 1965
•             “Significant Food News,” Food Business, March 1965
•             “Consolidated Foods To Sell 7 Supermarkets,” Food Market News, May 1, 1965
•             “Eagle Stores in Chicago Area Sold,” Times-Democrat, June 1, 1965
•             “Consolidated Foods Sets Profits Record,” Daily News, August 17, 1965
•             “Weindruch Elected,” June 1965
•             “Geifman Director of Consolidated,” August 1965
•             “Consolidated Divesting Resulting in Expansion”
•             “Consolidated Divestiture Plan Means $70 Million Expansion,” Supermarket News, October 25, 1966
•             “Consolidated To Sell Supermarkets,” Fall, 1965
•             “Eagle Flies High,” Quad City-Times
•             “American Stores Agrees to Buy Lucky For $65 a Share, or $2.51 Billion Total,” Supermarket News
•             “Union Accord Smooths Lucky’s Sale of Eagle,” Supermarket News, November 6, 1987
•             “New Lucky Bid Expected to Put American on Top,” Supermarket News, May 23, 1987
•             “Lucky, Eagle strike a deal for expansion,” Quad City Times, October 25, 1987
•             “Eagle Foods Records Earnings,” Quad City Times
•             “Eagle Stores Offering to Produce a Tenfold Gain for Buyout Group,” Investor’s Daily, June 20, 1989
•             “Eagle Food Goes Public”
•             “Eagle Leader Guides Firm in Rough Waters”
•             “Eagle Food Praised For Food Bank Gifts,” July 15, 1986
•             “Eagle Helps Food Bank,” Quad City Times, December 13, 1985
•             “Remodeled Eagle Store to Hold Celebration Next Week,” Moline Dispatch, June 20, 1964
 
Newspaper Clippings, Apples for Students, 1990
•             “First Apple,” Star-Courier, April 24, 1990
•             “Eagle Awards First Apple”
•             “Schools’ Response to Eagle Computer Giveaway ‘Amazing,” Telegraph Herald
•             “Saving Register Tapes Earns Computer Items”
•             “Apples for the Students”
•             “Eagle Food Gives Schools Shot at Computers,” Register-Mail, January 15, 1990
•             “Joy Pupils Save Coupons to Win Computer”
•             “First Computer Delivered,” Catholic Messenger, April 26, 1990
•             “Dillon Goes all Out for Students,” May 5, 1990
•             “Untitled,” February 2, 1990
•             “Eagle Stores Ready to Help WV Elem. Get Computers,” LaPorte Herald-Argus, Marc 12, 1990
•             “Eagle/Apple Program,” The Herald, May 8, 1990
•             “Help Existing Schools”
•             “All the Right Moves,” The News-Dispatch, May 18, 1990
•             “Eagle Plans School Computer Program,” Quad City Times, January 13, 1990
•             “Eagle Chain Offers Computers to Schools,” Commercial-News, January 18, 1990
•             “Students Get Apples from Eagle,” The Daily Dispatch, January 13, 1990
•             “Competition Between Supermarkets Will Put Computers in Q-C Classrooms,” Quad City Times, February 18, 1990
 
Newspaper Clippings, Distribution Center, 1977
•             “Thousands Tour Eagle Distribution Center,” Rock Island Argus, September 19, 1977
 
Newspaper Clippings, Lake Zurich Construction, 1977; 1979
•             “New Center,”  August 18, 1977
•             “Ground to be Broken on Orchard Center,” July 28, 1977
•             “A New Leaf,” March 31, 1977
•             “Eagle Construction Complete at Lake Zurich Shopping Center,” January 4, 1979
•             “After Six-Year Wait, Food Store Will Break Shopping Center Ground Today,” March 24, 1977
 
Newspaper Clippings, Miscellaneous, 1977-2000
•             “Lucky Bets on Generics,” Institutions, October 1981
•             “Sirloin Stockade Declares Fed Gang’s Themer a Winner, Sets Expansion,” Institutions
•             “WAFC’s Ritchey: Survival Tactics, April 1982
•             “Eagle: Trying to Soar Past Standard Supermarket Price Ads,” Adweek, September  9, 1985
•             “Clerks at 24 Eagle Markets Ratify Contract That Reduces Benefits”
•             “Union Groups Present Plaque to Eagle Food”
•             “Old Supermarket Surrenders to Progress,” Quad City Times
•             “Eagle Food Stores Feature Pizzazz Under Odyssey Ownership”
•             “Eagle Names CEO,” The Dispatch and Rock Island Argus, January 7, 2000
•             “Eagle Has Appetite for Expansion,” Quad City Times, March 12, 1989
•             “Eagle Food Chooses New President, CEO,” Quad City Times
•             “Eagle Faces Stiff Grocery Competition”
•             “Grocery Chains that Bind,” January 7, 1980
•             “Employer’s Viewpoint”
•             “Supermarket Spotlight,” Herald Examiner, February 18, 1976
•             “Lucky Maps Log-Range Growth of Gemco, Memco Discounters,” Supermarket News, June 2, 1975
•             “Lucky Elects S.D. Ritchie Executive Vice President, 1975
•             “Fisher Highest-{aid Supermarket Exec,” Supermarket News, June 2, 1975
•             “Talks with Applebaums’ Preliminary, Luck States,” December 22, 1975
•             “Lucky Says Deal Will Help Eagle,” Quad City Times, August 18, 1987
•             “Lucky to Expand Food Centers, Service Depots,” August 1, 1984
•             “Unit Pricing Does, Too, Add to Retail Costs: Lucky aide,” Supermarket News, April 26, 1971
•             “Sales and Earnings…”
•             “The Board…”
•             “Sales, Profit Increase at Lucky Stores,” February 22, 1971
•             “Lucky OKs Split, Hikes Dividend”
•             “Lucky Stores’…”
•             “Lucky to Build Hq, EDP Center”
•             “Lucky Makes Debenture Offer”
•             “Lucky to Add Supermarket System, Will Limit Scanners to Gemco Stores”
•             “Success Tied to Decisiveness”
•             “Eagle Union Claims Wage Victory While Company Awaits the Ruling”
•             “Eagle Sold!”
•             “Eagle Rumor Zips Through Q-C,” Quad City Times
•             “It’s Official: Eagle Workers Win Back Pay,” August 1986
•             “Eagle, Union Schedule Talks,” Quad City Times, August 28, 1987
•             “Lucky Tests Generics; Hikes Capital Outlay,” Supermarket News, May 4, 1981
•             “Lucky is Re-Setting Stores in Southern California,” Grocers Spotlight, July 1982
•             “Lucky’s Cut Prices May Start 1st L.A. Price War Since 1976,” Supermarket News, May 3, 1982
•             “Don Ritchey, Chairman and CEO, Lucky Stores,” Chain Store Age/Supermarkets, Aril 1982
•             “May Spark L.A. Price War”
•             “Price-Cutting Events Spread among Chains in Los Angeles,” Supermarket News, May 10, 1982
•             “Lucky Stores 3-Mo. Ops Net down 7.4%,” Supermarket News, November 21, 1983
•             “Lucky Is Not Hurt by UFW Boycott,” November 7, 1983
•             “Gemocs Drop Food Prices To Fight Warehouse Stores,” Supermarket News, November 7, 1982
•             “Lucky Net on Operations Up 0.9%”
•             “Store Manager’s Job is ‘Toughest’,” Grocers Spotlight, August 1, 1981
•             “Lucky Plans”
•             “A&P Sells Ind. Units, Buys Stores in Wis.,” Supermarket News, July 16, 1984
•             “4 Kash n’ Karry Unites Set by Lucky in Fla.,” Supermarket News, July 9, 1984
•             “10 Dale’s United to Reopen Wed. Under Lucky’s Banner,”  Supermarket News, May 26, 1984
•             “Lucky Plans Major Capital Expenditures”
•             “Lucky Designs Strategies to Generate More Profits,” June 11, 1984
•             “Lucky Earnings Edge Up,” June 11, 1984
•             “Lucky to Buy Dale Supers,” Supermarket News, March 12, 1984
•             “Jack Kumm…” April 17, 1980
•             “Lucky Will Sell 17 Chicago-area Eagle Stores”
•             “Lucky Head Tops Pay List,” Supermarket News, September 5, 1977
•             “Lucky Sets 100 Openings This Year,” Supermarket News, April 25, 1977
•             “$50 Million Expansion Project Begun by Lucky in Irvine, Calif.,” Supermarket News, October 15, 1979
•             “Fisher to Drop Reins at Lucky,” Supermarket News, May 28, 1979
•             “Lucky Creates Divisions, Names President for Each,” Supermarket News, May 28, 1979
•             “Lucky Spreads Risk Further,” Chain Store Age/Supermarkets, June 1979
•             “Food Stores Pace 3-Mo. Gains at Lucky,” Supermarket News, November 19, 1979
•             “Lucky Expects to Dot Fla. With 85-90 Units by 1985,” Supermarket News, October 29, 1979
•             “Lucky Files Suit in Calif. Seeking to Bar Political activity From Store Walkways,” Supermarket News, December 17, 1979
•             “More Super Depot Stores on Lucky’s Planning Board,” Supermarket News, May 28, 1984
•             “Business and Industry Notes,” May 25, 1984
•             “Lucky’s 60,000-sq.ft. Seattle Depot Store ‘On Budget’,” Supermarket News, March 26, 1984
•             “SF Area Clerks Strike 2; Others in Lockout,” Supermarket News, June 28, 1980
Newspaper Clippings, Miscellaneous, 1972-2000
•             “Lions Club Gives Five Civic Awards,” Beacon-News
•             “Eagle Distributes Clothing,” The Daily Dispatch, March 20, 1986
•             “Cowboy May Enter the RI Depot Arena,” Quad City Times
•             “Eagle Foods Art Director Gets Ad Award,” The Sunday Dispatch, January 31, 1988
•             “Food Fight Brewing,” September 10, 1989
•             “Buy a Bond,” Quad City Times, March 27, 1988
•             “American warns Lucky: Don’t Fight Us”
•             “Talk of Lucky Strike Lifts American Stores’ Stock,” Chicago Tribune, March 31
•             “Committee Awards Safety Action,” Chicago Food Market News, Fall/Winter 1987
•             “Gift to Art Museum Helps Us See Our Heritage,” Quad City Times
•             “Streamlining Drives Automotive At Eagle,” Progressive Grocer, July 1988
•             “Eagle to Move Into Old Kroger Store,” The Register-Mail, October 7, 1988
•             “Eagle Finds Little Star in Bettendorf,” Bettendorf News, august 3, 1988
•             “Another Grocery Planned for North Normal, “ The Pantograph, June 7, 1988
•             “Eagle’s Donates to Softball,” Star-Courier, June 9, 1988
•             “Eagle Sues Over New Neighbor,” Quad City Times, July 26, 1988
•             “’Eagle Kids’ Include 2 From the Quad-Cities”
•             “Clayton Moore Still Believes in the Long Ranger,” Quad City Times, July 23, 1988
•             “Lone Ranger Visits QC,” Quad City Times, July 23, 1988
•             “Judge Allows Lucky Takeover”
•             “Burlington Adds Eagle Food Store,” June 10, 1988
•             “‘Office Boy’ Climbs High”
•             “Guess Who’s Gallopin’ Into Town,” The Daily Dispatch and Argus, July 21, 1988
•             “Food Chain Helps Kids Fight Drugs”
•             “The Man Behind the Mask”
•             “Deli Manager Makes the Grade,” Quad City Times, September 2, 1988
•             “Eagle Builds a New Store,” August 3, 1988 (2 copies)
•             “Angels Pound Peoria Before 10,777 Fans”
•             “Eagle’s Next Step,” Supermarket News, August 13, 1990 ( 2 copies)
•             “Petitti Tanned, Rest, Ready”
•             “Beer, Hoagies, Annuities Mix,” Northwestern Financial Review
•             “Minding Your Business,” Star-Courier, April 7, 1988
•             “Eagle Foods Celebrates Success,” Quad City Times, September 14, 2000
•             “Group Says WEO Ads Mislead,” Supermarket News, July 1972
•             “Lucky Expects $3.5 Billion Volume by ’76,” Supermarket News, August 31, 1972
•             “Lucky Focuses on Discount Centers,” Business and Finance, Aril 15, 1973
•             “Lucky Reaches an agreement to Sell Atheron,” Mass Market Retailers, September 17, 1984
•             “Lucky Runs Into Profit Problems,” Chain Store Age, May 1977
•             “Leading PL Newspaper Ads Pl Market Roundup,” Private Label, June/July 1982
•             “Imposter Tells Tex. ‘Eagles Up for Sale’,” Supermarket News, January 28, 1985
•             “Eagle to Sell 17 Chicago Stores,” The Daily Dispatch, February 14, 1985
•             “Eagle Remodeling 3 Q-C Stores,” The Argus, December 13, 1984
•             “Dominick’s Buying 16 Eagle Food Stores in Suburbs,” Chicago Sun-Times, May 24, 1985
•             “Dominick’s to Purchase 16 Eagle Food Stores,” Chicago Tribune, May 24, 1985
•             “6,7756 Watch Expos Lose,” Rockford Register Star
•             “Eagle Stores Don’t Match Lucky Profits”
•             “’Tainted Ketchup Taken Off Shelves”
•             “Save Our Fair Fundraiser Started,” The Daily Dispatch, December 8, 1986
•             “Eagle Seeks Big Pay Cuts to Halt Takeover,” Chicago Business
•             “McCombs Waiting for One ‘Decent’ Snowfall”
•             “Tainted Milk Report Fouled Up,” Quad City Times, September 25, 1985
•             “Chicago Becomes the Battleground for Superstore Format”
•             “Lucky’s Newest Experiment,” Chain Store Age Executive, June 1976
•             “Diversity or Die?” Chain Store Age Executive, December 1975
•             “The Retailing 1,000,” Marketing Communications, April 1981
•             “’There’s No Way to Eat Out Cheaper than at Home’,” Chain Store Age/Supermarkets, November 1977
•             “Fast Foods, yes; services delis, never,” Chain Store Age/Supermarkets, September 1977
•             “Why Lucky Closed the Magna Marts,” Chain Store Age/Supermarkets, November 1977
•             “Handwriting Analysis,” Progressive Grocer, June 1976
•             “James L. Stell, Vice Chairman,. Lukcy Stores,” Chain Store Age/Supermarkets, January 1979
 
Newspaper Clippings, Miscellaneous, 1978-1992
•             “California Firm Pays $50 Million for Eagle Chain”
•             “UFW Boycotting Lucky Lettuce,” January 28, 1980
•             “All Lucky Ads Incorporate Its low Price Philosophy,” September 29, 1980
•             “Lucky to buy 11 Ralphs Units in N. Calif.,” Supermarket News, March 17, 1979
•             “Memcos in Va., Md. To Become Bradlees,” Supermarket News, June 3, 1983
•             “Stop & Shop Buys 13 MEMCO units,” February 1983
•             “Money in the Bag?”  July 22, 1979
•             “FTC Says It Lacks Evidence on UFW Charges vs. Lucky,” Supermarket News, June 23, 1980
•             “50 Layoffs, Picketing Result from ‘food war’,” September 28, 1980
•             “New Captain Won’t Rock Lucky Boat,” Supermarket News, March 31, 1980
•             “Supermarkets’ 10 Super Executives,” Chain Store Age/Supermarket, May 1978
•             “Scouts Do Good Deed”
•             “Eagle Hires Temporaries,” Quad City Times, June 20, 1985
•             “Lucky Stores Says it’s in Period of ‘Creative Rebirth’,” April 22, 1984
•             “Q-C Union Supports Efforts to Block 7% Eagle Wage Cut,” Quad City Times
•             “While Mom Thumps Fruit, the Little Ones are Safe,” Quad City Times
•             “Eagle Foods Chief Pat Petitti Retires,” May 7, 1992
•             “Eagle Stores in Q-C Will Remain Open,” Quad City Times, February 24, 1987
•             “Grocery ‘bag boy’ spreads Friendly Smiles,” Dubuque Telegraph Herald
•             “Eagle Helps Teen Center”
•             “Stores Pull Preservative After Tampering Threat”
•             “Eagle Stores Gives to Teen Center”
•             “Koop Retires from Eagles,” Geneseo Republic, June 14, 1985
•             “Eagle Pact Sends UFCW Into Huddle,” Quad City Times
•             “Eagle Moves Fast in Takeover Fight,” Quad City Times
•             “Eagle workers Face Concession Request,” Quad City Times
•             “Eagle Program Aids Teens”
•             “Cope Named Sr. V.P. at Lucky,” Supermarket News, February 13, 1984
•             “Albertson’s, Lucky Picket Own Stores,” June 21, 1983
•             “Lucky Will Stop Buying Produce from Bruce Church,” Supermarket News, January 3, 1984
•             “Private Label Promotions,” Supermarket News,
•             “Lucky Leads in S. California Market Share in One Poll,” Supermarket News, March 17, 1980
•             “Lucky Drug Firm is Sold to Revco,” Supermarket News, December 1, 1980
•             “Lucky’s Ad Portrays Inflation as Villain,” Supermarket News, May 19, 1980
•             “Taylor Steps Down from Weingarten to Head Ad Firm,” Supermarket News, June 23, 1980
•             “Lucky May Acquire Kohl’s 12 Ill. Units,” Supermarket News, March 22, 1982
•             “Ritchie New Lucky Chairman,” Grocer’s Spotlight, July 1981
•             “Eagle Warehouse Hums with Activity,” The Argus, April 8, 1986
•             “The Spotlight is on Iona Patton, Owner of Pies on Parade,” Shopper Spree, April 22, 1992
•             “Firm Agrees to Buy Eagle Stores,” Rockford Register Star, August 18, 1987
•             “Eagle Building Two 41,500 Sq.-Ft. Stores in Illinois,” Supermarket News, November 11, 1985
•             “Lucky, Raley’s Most Popular in Sacramento Shopper Poll,” Supermarket News, May 4, 1981
•             “Today in History”
•             “Market Wants to Go Higher,” Daily Dispatch, February 10, 1986
•             “Lab Test: Milk OK”
•             “Some Kids Really Aren’t Missing,” Quad City Times
•             “Bad-tasting Milk Back to Dairy,” Quad City Times, September 27, 1985
•             “Eagle Foods: Over the Counter”
•             “Lucky Sales Rise 11%, Net Down 7.7%,” Supermarket News, February 23, 1981
•             “Hettick Youth Put on Probation for Placing Pins in Baby Food”
•             “Union, Management Optimistic About Eagle’s Buyer,” Daily Dispatch, August 18, 1987
•             “Youth Admits to Food Tampering,” Jacksonville Journal Courier, May 5, 1989
•             “Supermarket Plans $3 Million Store Expansion,” Rockford Register Star, April 2, 1988
•             “Police Seek Warrant in Baby Food Tampering,” State Journal-Register, May 3, 1989
•             “Eagle Food Endures Crisis, Spruces up for the Future,” Quad City Times, March 13, 1988
•             “Eagle Will Beef up Community Efforts,” Quad City Times, March 13, 1988
•             “St. Ambrose to Honor 8,” Argus, October 8, 1981
•             “New RI Eagle’s to Open Nov.17,” Argus
•             “Eagle Food Stores to Close Seven Outlets in East Iowa”
•             “7 Eagle Markets in Iowa to be Closed by May 3”
•             “Eagle Foods Makes O&M its First Ad Agency Hire,” Chicago Sun-Times, August 2, 1984
•             “Eagle Growth Plan Counters Chicago-Area Closing Rumors,” Supermarket News, October 14, 1985
 
Newspaper Clippings, O and M [Ogilvy and Mather] December 23, 1985
•             “National Elsewhere,” Adweek, December 23, 1985
Opening of  Eagle Food Center E. Locust Street, Davenport, IA, 1989-1990
•             “Eagle Time Capsules Capture Excitement of Opening Q-C Store,” Quad City Times, August 2, 1990
•             “Building Begins at E. Locust Eagle,” Quad City Times, December 4, 1989
•             “Eagle Eyes Locust Store for Renovation,” Quad City Times
•             “Original Stores Numbers Reused, September 21, 1976
 
Box 2:
Pamphlets, 1993
•             “Employees Only! Private Sale & Sweepstakes, April ‘93”
•             “Welcome to the 1993 Eagle Support Center Open House & Birthday Celebration!”
 
Payroll, General Information, 1961
•             Eagle, Eagle & Pig, 1961
 
Press Releases, Copywriter File, 1961-1962
•             “1961-1962 Copywriter File of Press Releases”
o              “Eagle Ads $60 Million to Consolidated Sales”
o              “Eagle Foods Acquired in Stock Trade,” February 28, 1961
o              “Consolidated Foods Agrees to Acquisition of Eagle Food Centers”
o              “Eagle Markets and Consolidated Merge”
o              “Consolidated Foods Says Fiscal ’61 Sales Pace Tops Fiscal ‘60”
o              “Consolidated Buys Chain”
o              “FTC Eyes Action in Eagle Purchase”
o              “Eagle Merger May Speed Work in New Store, Official Says”
o              “Consolidated Foods and Eagle Food enters Announce Merger Plans”
o              “Grand Opening,” June 2, 1961
o              “Eagle, Piggly Wiggly to Combine Operations,” June 2, 1961
o              “Plan to Acquire Food Chain in Stock Swap”
o              “2 Grocery Chains to Join Forces”
o              “Eagle Food, Piggly wiggly Store Operations Merged,” June 10, 1961
o              “Piggly-Wiggly May Build Modern Warehouse Here,” June 2, 1961
o              “2 Grocery Chains to Join Forces,” Rockford Register Republic, May 18, 1961
o              “Veterans Staff Food Chain Office,” Rockford Register Republic, July 7, 1961
o              “Eagle Markets and Consolidated Merge,” February 27, 1961
o              “Two Food Chains Plan to Merge”
o              “Meet These Very Interesting Persons,” May 1961
o              “Red Feather Awards for Piggly Wiggly Managers,” Rockford Labor News, November 3, 1961
o              “Smiling Managers…” The Post, November 2, 1961
o              Photograph: From newspaper article “Red Feather Awards for Piggly Wiggly Managers”
o              Correspondence: From William L. Hockstad To Irwin J. Muller, November 3, 1961
o              “Eagle Names Three Vice Presidents”
o              “Moline Men Get Top Jobs with Eagle’s”
o              “Henry Johnson Gets Eagle, Piggly Wiggly Chain Post,” Rockford Morning Star, September 7, 1961
o              “S.M. Kennedy…”
o              “New Food Store Going Up”
o              “New Piggly Wiggly Opens”
o              “Lombard Eagle firm is Issues Illinois Charter”
o              “New Eagle Food Store is Eagle’s 38th
o              “Orchard Plaza…”
o              “No Blue Laws…”
o              “Eagle Fetes ‘Checker of Year’ winner,” March 14, 1961
o              “Eagle Honors Clinton Woman,” March 15, 1961
o              “Speaker for the House”
o              “Untitled”
o              Niles Site of Eagle’s Newest Food Center”
o              “Dramatic and Colorful – Day and Night,” June 1961
o              “Glenview Sanitarian Addresses Food Handlers at Seminar,” Glenview Announcements, March 9, 1961
o              “An Eagle Store…,” Real Estate Advertiser, June 8, 1962
o              “Zayre, Eagle Stores at 1st, Roosevelt,” Suburban Life, June 9, 1962
o              “Report $460 Stolen from Food Store,” Argus, June 9, 1962
o              “Gem Rexall Cash, Stock Are Taken,” Herald, June 4, 1962
o              “Report Blaze Began in Eagles’ Basement,” July 23, 1961
o              “Watch Your Step…,” July 23, 1961
o              “Two Watch Tower Plaza Stores to Open Nov.1,” Argus, October 23, 1962
o              “New Stores Set Preview for Oct.31,” Daily Times, October, 23
o              “Zayre, Eagle Set Opening of RI Stores,” Daily Times, October 19, 1962 (2 copies)
o              “Remodeling of Supermarket Here is Nearing Completion,” January 13, 1963
o              “Clinton Man Winner of ‘Dream Vacation,” Clinton Herald, July 28, 1961
o              “Smoke Hampers Firemen…”
o              “Untitled,” Argus, December 31, 1962
o              “Profiles of SMI Leaders,” Chain Store Age, May 1961
o              Pamphlet: Office and Warehouse Eagle Food Centers, Inc., 1961
o              Eagle Food Centers, 1962
o              Press Release: April 28, 1963
o              “Piggly Wiggly’s New Supermarket Open Wednesday,” Wisconsin State Journal, September 1, 1962
o              “Supermarket Ribbon-Cutting”
o              Photograph: Ribbon Cutting (3 copies)
 
Press Releases, Copywriters File, 1962-1965
•             Copywriters File of Press Releases, 1962-1964
o              “Piggly Wiggly Grand Opening This Weekend,” 1963
o              “The Super Outlets for Supercrops”
o              “Piggly Wiggly Cecker Honored,” Bloomington Daily Panatgraph
o              “Piggly-Wiggly Starts Expanding Local Store,” Stoughton Courier-Hub
o              “Eagle Foods Promoting 7 Employees,” Davenport Times Democrat
o              “Eagle’s Center Asks Employes to Open House,” Moline Dispatch
o              “Henry W. Johnson…”
o              “ New Piggly Wiggly Offers the Latest in Supermarket Facilities”
o              “Remodeling of Eagle Market in Final Stages,” Marc 30, 1963
o              “Jane Paustian and…”
o              “David Nathanson…”
o              “Shopping’s Serious Business,” Rockford Register-Republic, January 29, 1963
o              “Scene of Open House…”
o              “Two Watch Tower Plaza Stores to Open Nov.1,” Argus, October 23, 1962
o              “Eagle’s Center Asks Employes to Open House”
o              “Decide What You Want, Then Reach for It”
o              “Young and Old Take Part”
o              “Piggly Wiggly Plans Opening,” May 15, 1963
o              “Supermarket Merchandising People in the News,” April 1963
o              “June is Dairy Month; Tie-In is Peaches and Cream,” June 1963
o              “Changes at Eagles,” Moline Dispatch, July 20
o              “Untitled,” Dubuque Telegraph-Herald, July 21, 1963
o              “Consolidated Foods names Waxenberg Executive VP,” Supermarket News, July 22
o              “Eagle Officials Given New Top Jobs,” Davenport Times Democrat, July 16, 1963
o              “Announce Piggly Wiggly Promotions,” Stoughten Courier, July 18
o              “3d Free Baseball Night Scores for Eagle, May’s,” Supermarket News, July 29, 1963
o              U.S. Practicality Shows Up in Supermarkets,” Davenport Times Democrat, August 2, 1963
o              “At Bonus Party…,” Cedar Raids Daily Record, August 16, 1963
o              “New Managers Appointed at 4 May’s Stores”
o              “Untitled,” Rockford Register, August 20, 1963
o              “Remodeling Planned for Piggly Wiggly,” August 5, 1963
o              “New Ideas Held Key to Loyal Following,” Supermarket News, June 17, 1963
o              “Coloring Book Contest Leads to Scholarship,” August 15, 1963
o              “Scholarship Color Book Contest Set,” August 22, 1963
o              “Scholarships Being Offered by May’s Drug,” Beloit Daily News, August 16, 1963
o              “New Eagle Store to be Built Here”
o              “May’s Sponsors Coloring Contest for Students,,” Freeport Journal, August 14, 1963
o              “To Give Scholarships…” August 10, 1963
o              “Ben Geifman Elected,” October 1, 1963
o              “Geifman Named Officer of Consolidated Foods Firm,” Argus, September 26, 1963
o              “Two Given Promotions at Eagles,” Argus, November 4, 1963
o              “$1 Billion Sales, $25 Million Net by ’73, Consolidated Foods Aim,” October 14, 1963
o              “Boy Scouts Of…” October 28, 1963
o              “Remodeled Eagle Food Store has Formal Event Thursday,” Daily Times, October 30, 1963
o              “May’s to Hold Opening for Its Remodeled Store,” Cedar Rapids Gazette, November 6, 1963
o              “Food Store Reopens,” Waukegan News Sun, December 18, 1963
o              “Eagle Food Centers, Inc. pen House in Milan, Ill., Sunday”
o              “Eagle Foods Shows Off New, $-Multimillion Warehouse,” Clinton Herald, April 30, 1963
o              “Food Store Completes Remodeling,” June 4, 1964
o              “Scene of Open House…” April 29, 1963
o              “Open House at Newly Expanded Food Centers,” Cardinal Free Press, 1963
o              “New Distribution Center for Piggly Wiggly Stores,” Carpentersville-Dundee Review, May 1, 1963
o              “Piggly Wiggly, May’s Holds Open House at New Center,” May 2, 1963
o              “Housewares Gets Change of Face at Eagle Food,” Supermarket News, January 6, 1964
o              “Eagle Soap Art Display”
o              “Robert Wulf…” Argus, January 28, 1964
o              “Hold Open House…” January 16, 1964
o              “Piggly Wiggly Store Has Grand Opening,” January 16, 1964
o              “Reports Say Waxenberg Resigns Post,” Supermarket News, February 10, 1964
o              “Waxenberg Quits Post  as Consolidated Executive,” Argus, March 2, 1964
o              “Waxenberg Resigns as Foods Exec,” January 3, 1964
o              “Reports Say Waxenberg Resigns Post,” Supermarket News, February 10, 1964
o              “Food Store Sets Local Opening Today,” Daily Iowan, February 19, 1964
o              “Your Exciting New Eagle Opens,” Iowa City Press-Citizen, February 17, 1964
o              “Eagle Grand Opening,” Daily Iowan, February 19, 1964
o              “May’s Snips Ribbon Thursday on Shopping Center Store,” Waukegan News, February 25, 1964
o              “Al Soodhalter…”
o              “’Alice’ to Visit During Wisconsin Cheese Festival,” Argus, April 2, 1964
o              “Jameds W. Hobbins…”
o              “Donatons to Davenport Art Gallery,” Times, May 11, 1964
o              “The Wisconsin Cheese…” Argus, April 13, 1964
o              “Personnel in Business,” Moline Dispatch, July 27, 1964
o              “Food Firms Hire Landon,” Elgin Courier, June 18, 1964
o              “Four Receive Promotions With Eagle Food Centers,” Rock Island Argus, July 27, 1964
o              “Our Store at 1600 North Lewis Has Burned Down,” Waukegan News-Sun, September 5, 1963
o              Press Release Confirmation, 1964
o              “Eagle Foods Names Advertising Managers,” August 13, 1964
o              “Consolidated Foods Report Recrd Sales: Stock Split,” Moline Dispatch, August 20, 1964
o              “Bernard Weindruch…”July 1, 1964
o              “Hannaford Scholarships…” Supermarket News, September 14, 1964
o              “Open Remodeled Piggly Wiggly in Center June 11,” June 3, 1964
o              “Waxenberg Succeeds Falik as Head of Topco Associates,” Supermarket News, July 15, 1963
o              “Area Piggly Wiggly Employees Awarded Pins,” Free Press, August 20, 1964
o              “Untitled,” Elgin Daily Courier-News, June 12, 1964
o              “Plaza Schedules to Open in November,” September 3, 1964
o              “Untitled,” Crystal Lake Herald, August 2, 1964
o              “Up in the…”Chicago Daily News, January 1, 1965
o              “Piggly Wiggly Features New Look,” 1964
o              “Plano Plaza Holds Grand Opening Today”
o              “Weindruch New Director of Consolidated,” Joliet Herald News, October 21, 1964
o              “Eagle Food Centers ‘Spilt Dollar’ Not Lottery, Holds Supreme Court”
o              “Piggly Wiggly will Open Plano Store, Aurora Beacon News, November 18, 1964
o              “Index is Selected by Food Chain to Run Reprinted Color Ad,” November 12, 1964
o              “South West Piggly wiggly Remodeled; Special Day Set,” Freeport Journal Standard,” November 7, 1965
o              “Food Chain Uses New Color Process to Launch Promotion”
o              “Consolidated Elects 3 Directors; President of Super Food Retiring,” Supermarket News, October 14, 1964
o              “Up $24 Million,” October 16, 1964
o              “Aid Retarded,” November 6, 1964
o              “We Help Customers But Produce”
o              “Cummings Art Due March”
o              “Approximately 150…” October 22, 1964
o              “Eagles Food Center Is Remodeled”
o              “’Sunflower’ – Gauguin”
o              “’Coco with Fan’ –Renoir/ ‘Bouquet de Fleurs’ – Pissarro”
o              “Davenport Gallery Plans for Its ‘Finest Hour’”
o              “Anti-Smoking Con. Foods Chief May Quit,” February 4, 1965
o              “Tobacco and Food Firms Ok Merger,” February 4, 1965
o              “Cons. Foods, Am. Tobacco Talk Merger,” February 14, 1964
o              “Noted Art Collector to Show Famed Paintings in Davenport”
o              “Food Chain Advertiser Praises Reps”
o              “Open House at Newly Expanded Food Centers,” 1964
o              “Piggly Wiggly Features New Look”
o              “Art Gallery Schedules Show”
o              “In Cummings Collection”
o              “Nathan Cummings…”
o              “Picasso—Last of Surviving Masters”
o              “Art Gallery in Davenport to Receive Six More Gifts”
o              “Renoir Originated in Local Show,” March 21, 1965
o              “Church Will Get Piano From Stamps,” Rock Island Argus, February 20, 1965
o              “John S. Clinton…”
o              “Piggly Wiggly Releases”
o              “’Woman of the Year’ is Selected by Paddlewheel Unit,” March 4, 1980
o              “Hazel Green Woman Wins Eagle Store Checker Award”
o              “Rock Islander Named Top Checker by Eagle Stores”
o              “Grand Opening of New May’s Drug Store scheduled for 9 a.m. Today,” Rockford Register
o              “Martin Latter…”
o              “DP woman Named 1965 Contest Winner”
o              “New May’s Opening Set for Thursday”
o              “Wisconsin Cheese Promoted Throughout U.S. by ‘Alice’,” Beloit Daily News
o              “Susan Friedel Top Checker”
o              “Piggly Wiggly Store Begins Celebration,” Elgin Courier, May 20, 1965
o              Consolidated Foods Corporation 1964 Annual Report
o              Aftermath of a Tornado”
 
Press Releases, 1963-1964
•             “2nd Fire Hits Piggly,” Waukegan News-Sun, December 13, 1963
•             “The ‘Good Old Days’…” January 1963
•             “Untitled,” May 25, 1963
•             “May’s Drug Firm to Locate in City,” May 22, 1963
•             “Plans for New Food Store Revealed Here,” January 18, 1963
•             “May’s Starts Remodeling First Store,” Cedar Rapids Gazette, July 14, 1963
•             “Richard Waxenberg”
•             “Consolidated Foods Announces Change in Officials,” Cedar Falls Herald, July 16, 1963
•             “U.S. Practicality Shows Up in Supermarkets”
•             “Institutional Ads by Eagle Paying Off,” Supermarket News, June 17, 1963
•             “Eagle Store Gets Major Remodeling,” The Daily Times, August 2, 1963
•             “Newly Remodeled Eagle Store in Moline,” April 5, 1963
•             “Eagle Food Reveals Plan for New Iowa City Store,” Iowa City Press Citizen,” September 26, 1963
•             “New Eagle Store to be Built Here,” Daily Iowan, October 1, 1963
•             “New Eagle Food Center Open,” November 16, 1965
•             “Untitled,” The Daily Times, November 1, 1963
•             “Eagle Food Promotes Three Men”
•             “Original May’s Drug Store Completes Remodeling,” Cedar Rapids Gazette, November 7, 1963
•             “May’s to Hold Opening for Its Remodeled Store,” Cedar Rapids Gazette, November 6
•             “Remodeled Eagle Food Store Has Formal Event Thursday,” October 30, 1963
•             “Food Store Reopens,” Waukegan News, December 18, 1963
•             “Swedish-American Hospital Receives Two Large Gifts,” May 1963
•             “May’s Drug Under Construction,” Ottumwa Courier, November 25, 1964
•             “Plano Plaza Holds Grand Opening Today,” Kendall County News, November 19, 1964
•             “Fire Aftermath…”
•             “Consolidated Food Officials to Tour Eagle’s Milan Plant,” Morning Democrat, April 1965
•             “New Destruction Center for Piggly Wiggly Stores,” Carpentersville-Dundee Review, May 1, 1963
•             “Fire Destroys Supermarket,” Waukegan News-Sun, September 4, 1963
•             “Piggly Wiggly Mart Begins Digging Out”
•             “Consolidated Foods Sees Fiscal ’65 Sales, Operating Net Up 10%,” October 15, 1964
•             “Approximately 150…,” October 22, 1964
•             “C.R. Man Wins Jingle Contest,” December 17, 1964
•             “Consolidated Foods Announces Earnings,” October 22, 1964
•             “Consolidated Foods 12 Week Earning May Hit all-Time High,” Food Mart News
•             “Up $23 Million,” October 16, 1964
•             “Consolidated Foods Splits Stock 3 for 2,” Cedar Rapids Gazette, October 15, 1964 (2 copies)
•             “Untitled,” October 19, 1964
•             “Open House Held at Eagles to View Building Expansion,” May 2, 1963
•             “Piggly Wiggly Food Centers,” Rockford Morning Star, April 29, 1963
•             “Survival of Fittest Seen in Food Store Expansion,” Rock Island Argus, May 1, 1963
•             “Official: ‘Fittest Survive’,” The Daily Times, May 1, 1963
•             “Million Cases of Products Stored in Gigantic Eagles Food Pantry,” Moline Dispatch, April 29, 1963
•             “Milan’s Master Plan: Shining Hope of the Future,” Moline Dispatch, August 2, 1963
•             “Waxenberg Resigns as Foods Exec,” Chicago Daily News, March 4, 1964
•             “New Eagle Food Store in Iowa City,” February 17, 1964
•             “Two Eagle Food Centers Opened,” February 27, 1964
•             “Piggly Wiggly’s Grand Opening to be Thursday,” June 10, 1964
•             “Grand opening…”
•             “Frank Kozuch…”
•             “Untitled,” 1964
•             “Open Remodeled Piggly Wiggly in Center June 11,” June 8, 1964
•             “May’s Snips Ribbon Thursday on Shopping Center Store,” Waukegan News, February 25, 1964
•             “Plaza Scheduled to Open in November,” September 3, 1964
•             “Eagle Food Holds Bonus Party for Management,” Moline Dispatch, August 12, 1963
•             “Business Newsfront…” Elgin Daily Courier-News, August 21, 1964
•             “Four Execs are Named at Eagle,” August 1, 1964
•             “Piggly Wiggly Promotes Four,” July 28, 1964
•             “Aurorans Promoted by Piggly-Wiggly”
•             “Personnel in Business,” Moline Dispatch, July 27, 1964
•             “Eagle Foods Holds Annual Bonus Party,” August 17, 1964
•             “Eagle Food Center Employes Honored for Long Service”
•             “Eagle Food Bonus Party Draws 432,” August 17, 1964
•             “Executive Quiz,” Cedar Rapids Gazette, April 12, 1964
•             “Eagle Food Center Raiders…”
•             “Deca Award,” Cedar Rapids Gazette, May 13, 1964
•             “The Speaker’s Table,” Chicago Daily News, March 4, 1964
•             “Do the Dairy Queens Help You Sell Products?”
•             “Piggly Wiggly Re-modeling Celebration June 11,” Free Press, June 10, 1964
•             “Food Store Completes Remodeling,” June 9, 1964
 
Press Releases, 1962-1965
•             “Head of Eagles Food Resigns,” Times Democrat, October 14, 1965
•             “Margulies is Appointed President of Eagle Foods”
•             “New President is Named For Eagle Food Centers,” Times Democrat, October 14, 1964
•             “Eagle Food Promotes 7 Executives,” Moline Dispatch, July 29, 1965
•             “Eagle Food Centers Announces Promotions,” Times Democrat, 1965
•             “Weindruch, Geitman Renamed Directors,” Times Democrat, October 21, 1965
•             “Eagle Foods Announces 3 Promotions,” Times Democrat, November 3, 1965
•             “Promotions Won by Eagle Foods Trio,” Rock Island Argus, November 2, 1965
•             “These Guests Go To Market with Piggly Wiggly Manager,” Times, October 20, 1965
•             “Strictly Business,” October 21, 1965
•             “Piggly Wiggly Planning Grand Opening Nov. 10,” November 8, 1965
•             “Liberty Street Piggly wiggly to Launch Opening Thursday”
•             “Untitled,” Elgin Daily Courier-News,” November 20, 1965
•             “Valley Hi Residents Receive Gifts”
•             “Visits New Piggly Wiggly”
•             “Piggly Wiggly Rebuilding,” Aurora Beacon News, December 15, 1965
•             Business Report, September 14, 1962
•             “Housewares Merchandiser of the Year!” November 1965
 
Press Release, August 30, 1984
•             Press Release: Released by Joanne Knowles, August 30, 1984
 
Press Releases, 1977-1992
•             From Eagle Midwestern Region To Kathy B. Koop, August 1977
•             From Eagle Midwestern Region To Kathy B. Koop, August 1977
•             Eagle Food Centers CEO Peitti Retires, May 1, 1992
•             Released by P.V. Petitti, President, March 3, 1989
 
Promotional Materials, 1982-2001
•             Sticker: Eagle Country Market
•             Grand Opening Confidential Packet: Store #064 Grand Opening
•             Photograph and 2 Copies: Eagle Food Store Managers, District 1, November 1982
•             Advertisement: Limited Edition Eagle Patriotic Prints, 2001
•             Poster: September 11, 2001, “God Bless America”
•             Poster: September 11, 2001, “Home of the Brave!”
•             Poster: September 11, 2001, “United We Stand!”
•             Poster: September 11, 2001, “One Voice!”
•             Poster: September 11, 2001, “One Nation!”
•             Poster: September 11, 2001, “One Heart!”
•             Poster: September 11, 2001, “We will not falter!”
•             Poster: September 11, 2001, “We will not fail!”
•             Poster: September 11, 2001, “We will not tire!”
 
Red Coach Lettuce, Undated
•             Pamphlet: “Eagle Supports a Lawbreaking Company—Do you?”
 
Road Show, 1989
•             List of slides concerning road show
 
Small Ads, 1998-1999
•             Autumn Savings from Eagle, November-December 1998
•             Special Holiday Savings from Eagle!, December 1998
•             Keeping an Eagle Eye on Savings, July-August 1998
•             Cool Winter Savings From Eagle!, January-February 1999 (2 copies)
•             Eagle Spring Savings! March-April 1999
•             Holiday Savings from Eagle!, December 1999
•             Memorial Day Savings, May-June 1999
•             October Values!, October 1999
•             A Grand Opening Celebration Store Directory
 
Store Openings and Closings, #1-340; 1-4-59-8-23-86
•             List of Store Openings and Closings
 
Store Updating, 1987-1993
•             Eagle Food Centers, Midwestern Food Division, Lucky Stores, Inc., March 26, 1987
•             Speech: Updating of Eagle Stores in Quad Cities, April 2, 1993
 
Teamsters, Local 371, 1982
•             Newspaper Clipping: “Teamasters Hope Contract Will End Layoffs,” Argus, April 7, 1982
 
Telecopy Transmitted Sheet, November 5, 1993
•             Telecopy Transmitted Sheet, To Gerry Barber From Melody Adams, November 5, 1993
 
Video Tape Introduction, 1989
•             Introduction to Video Tape, July 11, 1989
·                     Includes Overview, History, Restructuring, Merchandising Strategy, Market Share and
·                     Expansion Plans, Financial Highlights, Summary
 
Warehouse Tours, 1993
•             Pamphlet: Eagle Discount Supermarkets
•             Pamphlet: Welcome to the 1993 Eagle Support Center Open House & Birthday Celebration!, 1993
 
Photographs: 1st Anniversary Celebration, November 1988
Photographs: 1988 Eagle Scholarship Recipients
Photographs: 1989 Eagle Scholarship Recipients
Photographs: Apples for the Students, 1990
Photographs: Apples for the Students, 1990
Photographs: Bakery Training Session; Bill Finn and Dave Stuber, July 1988
Photographs: Casual Day and Picnic, August 21, 1992
Photographs: Cholesterol Screening, April 18, 1989
Photographs: Company Bowling, April 1998
Photographs: Crystal Lake
Photographs: Davenport #307 Grand Re-Opening, December 2, 1992
Photographs: Eagle Bakery, 1989
Photographs: Eagle Christmas Cocktail Party, December 15, 1992
Photographs: Eagle Christmas Cocktail Party, December 15, 1992
Photographs: Eagle Christmas Cocktail Party
Photographs: Eagle Videos Welcome and Orientation Store #120, 1989
Photographs: Eagle Warehouse Picnic, July 10, 1988
Photographs: Eagle Warehouse, 1989
Photographs: Election Day Non-Foods, November 3, 1992
Photographs: Festival of Trees Parade, 1994
 
Box 3:
Photographs: General Merchandise Christmas Show, 1989
Photographs: General Merchandise Spring and Summer Show, November 1989
Photographs: General Merchandise Spring and Summer Show, November 1989
Photographs: General Merchandise Spring and Summer Show, November 1989
Photographs: General Merchandise Summer Show, November 1988
Photographs: Grand Opening, Undated
Photographs: Halloween, 1988
Photographs: Halloween, 1989
Photographs: Halloween, 1989
Photographs: Halloween, 1992
Photographs: Halloween, 1992
Photographs: Halloween, 1992
Photographs: Halloween, 1992
Photographs: Halloween, 1992
Photographs: Halloween, 1992
Photographs: Halloween, 1992
Photographs: Johnson, Bob/Eagle Kid, Director of Merchandising, Halloween 1989
Photographs: Junior Achievement Bowling, January 28, 1989
Photographs: Ladies 2nd Annual Holiday Party, November 20, 1992
Photographs: Ladies 2nd Annual Holiday Party, November 20, 1992
Photographs: Manager’s Meeting, September 13, 1989
Photographs: Miscellaneous
Photographs: Miscellaneous, mostly unlabeled
Photographs: Miscellaneous, negatives
Photographs: Mostly unlabeled
Photographs: New Logo at Milan Warehouse, June 1, 1989
Photographs: Office 1989
Photographs: Photographs and Newspaper
Photographs: Shamrock Program for MDA, April 2, 1999
Photographs: Sky’s the Limit Selling Show, May 19-20, 1992
Photographs: Sky’s the Limit Selling Show, May 19-20, 1992
Photographs: Sterling Store, February 1989
Photographs: Stores, Dinner, People
Photographs: Store, People, Etc.
Photographs: Store, People, Etc.
Photographs: Store, People, Etc.
Photographs: Store #4, 5, 7, 8
 
Box 4:
Photographs: Store #26, St. Charles, IL
Photographs: Store #14, 21, 22, 32, 33, 37, 68, 75
Photographs: Store #75, 78, 84, 85, 86, 87, 88, 104, 106, 107, 108, 109, 110, 111, 120, 121, 130, 133, 135, 136, 145
Photographs: Store #122/005
Photographs: Store #135, Moline, Il , Dollar Days, September 7, 1988
Photographs: Store #135, Customer Service Video, July 25, 1988
Photographs: Store #146, 150, 153, 156, 157, 158, 220, 222, 223, 227, 228, 231, 233, 234, 236, 239, 240
Photographs: Store #153 Remodel, Sterling, Il, 1989
Photographs: Store #242, 245, 246, 249, 255, 256, 257, 259, 261, 262, 263, 264, 265, 266, 267, 268, 269, 270
Photographs: Store #281, 282, 284, 285, 286, 289, 291, 292, 296, 297, 298, 299, 301, 303, 304, 305
Photographs: Store #307, 308, 309, 311, 312, 313, 316, 320, 322, 323, 324, 326, 327, 328, 329
Photographs: United Way Rally, October 2, 1992; Grand Opening Store #073, June 28, 1992; General Merchandise Fall Show, October 13, 992
Photographs: Welcome to Eagle Video, 1989
Slides: Old Store Photos
Slides: Madison Meat Program
Slides, Miscellaneous
 
Eagle Stamp Savings books and stamps
1954 Eagle Food Centers Inc. wall calendar
Eagle Discount Supermarkets - embroidered patch
Eagle key ring cards
Visitor Pass, Assistant Manager badge, Pat Petitti name tag
Courtesy Card (2)
Name tags – blank (4)
Name tags (11)
Pin – Employee of the Month
Pin “Eagle Eye,” Logo magnet, Name badge (2)
 
Plastic Baseball with logo
Lapel Pin – 100 years
Award (2 pieces) “Seize the Future Eagle Food Centers September 1988”
 
Box 5:
•             Scrapbook: 1971-1975
•             Scrapbook: 1971-1975
•             Scrapbook: 1971-1976
•             Scrapbook: Press Book, 1977-1984
•             Scrapbook: Press Book, 1965-1970
•             Scrapbook: Pres Releases from 1984
 
Box 6: (Oversized Materials)
Supermarket News, 1979-1994
•             40 Years of Review “The Supermarket” SN Times 40
•             “Eagle Scouts Young Talent to appear in Upcoming Ads”
•             Volume 38, Number 22, May 30, 1988
•             May 16, 1988
•             Volume 40, Number 33, August 13, 1990 (3 copies)
•             “Eagle’s Evolution: Going Full Circle,” March 22, 1993
•             Volume 44, Number 35, August 29, 1994
•             “Eagle Revamps Image by Expanding Inventory”
•             “Market Shares Shifting in S. California,” Volume 29, Number 15, April 9, 1979
•             “Lucky Termed Hardest Hit by Teamasters Strike in Calif.,” December 4, 1978
•             “Eagle Third Quarter Net Rises 34%,”November 20, 1989
•             “Untitled,” December 9, 1985
•             Volume 35, Number 21, May 27, 1985
•             Volume 35, Number 34, “August 26, 1985
•             “Eagle Growth Plan Counters Chicago-Area Closing Rumors,” October 14, 1985
•             Volume 35, Number 41, October 14, 1985
•             “Has 20% of Market Without Ads, Promotions,” March 16, 1981
•             Eagle Food Centers’ Strategists ‘Think Produce’,” June 29, 1964F
 
Engineer of the Milaneer Certificate, 1957
•             To Chas E. Grayson, March 29, 1957
 
Unknown Image, Undated
•             Arial photograph
 
Shopping Bags, 1990-2003
•             Paper Bag used by customer from May 6, 1990-September 2, 2003
•             Paper Bag used by customer
 
Newspaper Clippings, 1976-2000
•             “Eagles is Pilot Store for Scanner,” Argus, February 1, 1981
•             “Souvenir Bricks Help Restore RE Depot,” Quad-City Times, July 13, 1989
•             “Developing Best Ad Program Requires Brainstorming Between retailer/Wholesaler Staff with Ad
Duties,” Supermarketing
•             “Baker Develops Recipe for Success,” Quad-City Times, September 11, 1988
•             “Eagle Supports Area Softball,” Citizen, September 21, 1988
•             “Sticker Shock: Our annual Price Patrol Finds Grocery Costs Unchanged,” October 22, 1992
•             “The Woman Who Married the Lone Ranger,” Quad-City Times, July 25, 1989
•             “Supermarket Shopping for Fashion,” Sunday Dispatch, April 25, 1976
•             “Eagle Seeks to Revote to Save 9 Stores,” March 9, 1987
•             “Real Victor for Simulated Wood,” Store Equipment and Design, March/April 1992
•             “London Chef Comes to Town to Share Beef Skills,” Barrington Courier-Review, September 19, 1985
•             “Average Weekly Store Sales Reach…” Supermarketing
•             “Melon Ads Tells How to Spot Ripeness, Boosts Sales”
•             “Eagle: ‘We’re Leaner and Meaner’,” Dispatch and Rock Island Argus, September 14, 2000
•             “Eagle Store to be Remodeled,” February 21, 1985
•             “Proposed Kash N’ Karry Sale has Family Feuding,” The Tampa Tribune, October 28, 1978
•             “Publicly Owed Retailers’ 6-Month Profits Down 11%”
•             “Two Shifts Man Eagle Warehouse,” Argus, April 29, 1986
•             “A Story Everyone Will Relish,” May 30, 1986
•             Ad, Parade
•             “12-35% of Budgets Go to TV to Polish Image, Feature Price,” Supermarketing, August 1978
 
Advertisements, 1945-1998
•             “First of the week Specials!,” Daily Dispatch, March 19, 1945
•             “Newest Davenport Eagle Opening Soon!,” Quad-City Times, March 18, 1990
•             “Land O Lakes Butter Free from Your Eagle Management Team!,” November 27, 1985
•             “Free One Gallon of Gulf Non-Nox Ethyl Gasoline…,” Daily Dispatch, February 8, 1954
•             “Eagle Food Centers Announces Grand Re-Opening of Your Lake Zurich Eagle,” The Advertiser, May 23, 1990 (3 copies)Eagle Wants to Give Your Child an Apple,” 1990
•             “Wow! Look at These Prices!”
•             “Grand Opening Specials!”
•             “Grand Opening Values!”
•             “New Years Savings!,” 1995
•             “Buy One Get One Free Sale!,” 1995 (2 copies)
•             “Drive Home in a Jeff Gordon Monte Carlo!”
•             “Wow!,” July 22-28, 1998
•             “Thanksgiving Savings!,” 1994
•             “Happy Holidays from Eagle!,” 1994
•             “Celebrate the Holidays at Eagle!,” 1994
•             “The New Eagle Supermarket Brings the Horn of Plenty to the People of Kenosha,” and “Opens Tomorrow” advertisements on same page
•             Two page advertisement, Iowa City Press Citizen, June 25, 1964
•             “Savory & Succulent…Seafood from Eagle!,” Daily Chronicle, January 9, 1985
•             “Bonded Beef! Everyday Low Prices…Every Day!,” The Clinton Herald, January 1, 1975
•             “A Place for Eagles,” The Argus, June 21, 1981
•             “MA.KA.TAI.ME.SHE.KIA.KIAK,” includes two page advertisement, The Argus, July 1, 1981
 
Newspapers (Whole and Partial), 1962-2000
•             “Eagle Food Stores Feature Pizzaz Under Odyssey Ownership,” Sunday Dispatch and Rock Island Argus, February 19, 1990
•             “Eagle Foods CEO to Retire After 35 Years,” Daily Dispatch and Argus, April 25, 1992
•             “Eagle Food Endures Crisis, Spruces for the Future,” Quad-City Times, March 13, 1988
•             “Eagle Food Has Strong First Quarter,” Quad-City Times, May 25, 1990
•             Two Page Advertisement, Cedar Rapids Gazette, August 8, 1962
•             “Eagle—Opening of New Eagle Supermarket Prompts Memory of Company’s Past,” The Argus, November 13, 1983 (3 copies)
•             “Eagle Warehouse Expansion Program Nearly Done,” The Argus, 3, 1975
•             “Steak, Pickets & You!,” Quad-City Times, February 10, 1978
•             Building Tomorrow Upon Old Fashioned Values”
•             “Fisher-Fazio Opens Near Euclid Beach,” The Plain Dealer, June 13, 1973 –advertisement on back of page\
•             “Lucky Stores Says it’s in Period of ‘Creative Rebirth”,” Cedar Rapids Gazette, April 22, 1984
•             Page 11-12 of Geneseo Republic, June 26, 1987
•             “Eagle Represents Davenport with Sesquicentennial Painting,” Quad-City Times, April 25, 1988
•             “’Heartbeat’ of 113 Eagle Stores,” The Argus, May 6, 1986
•             “Eagle Preens for Solo Flight,” Quad-City Times, May 24, 1988
•             “Eagle to Operate Two Stores in St. Charles,” Kane County Chronicle, June 29, 1990
•             “Building Begins at E. Locust Eagle,” Quad-City Times, December 4, 1989 (3 copies)
•             “Lone Ranger Rides again in Q-C,” Quad-City Times, August 25, 1989 (3 copies)
•             “Thunder Add on to Uniforms,” Quad-City Times, February 29, 1988
•             “Bucks for Baseball,” Bettendorf News, June 1, 1988
•             “Humane Donation,” Geneseo Republic, July 1, 1988
•             “Who Was that Masked Man?,” Quad-City Times, August 25, 1989 (3 copies)
•             “Food Store, Bank Official Open Sunday,” The Register-Mail, July 17, 1989
•             “Eagle Hopes Stock will Soar,” Quad-City Times, October 18, 1989
•             “Eagle Opens the Doors to New Store,” Quad-City Times, July 26, 1990 (3 copies)
•             “$140 Million Paid Yearly for Food in Quad-City Area,” Daily Dispatch, April 27, 1971
•             Daily Dispatch, April 27, 1971 (several pieces)
•             “Consumers ‘Cashing In’ On Sales Tax Cut?,” Daily Crystal Lake Herald, January5, 1980
•             “’There are Children in the World Who Desperately Need to be Adopted’,” Bettendorf News, July 11, 1979
•             “Excited Shoppers Flock to Eagle’s New ‘Nest’,” Tazewell Publications, February 17, 1977
•             “Firemen Save Plaza from Destruction,” Daily Crystal Lake Herald, April 22, 1977
•             “Firemen’s Action Saves CL Plaza,” Daily Crystal Lake Herald, April 22, 1977
•             “Third Eagle Supermarket to Open in Area,” The Champaign-Urbana News-Gazette, October 16, 1983
•             “Eagle,” The Argus, November 17, 1983
•             “New RI Eagle Store Opens,” The Argus, November 17, 1983
•             “Half-Century of U.S. Supermarketing,” The Argus, October 4, 1981 (2 copies)
•             “Eagle Time Capsules Capture Excitement of Opening Q-C Store,”  Quad-City Times, August 2, 1990
•             “Eagle Supermarket in Milan Uses New Computerized Checkout,” The Milan Mirror, February 4, 1981
•             C13-14 Wall Street Journal, August 23, 1990
•             “Public Stock Offering Brings Hope Eagle Will Soar Again,” The Argus, October 8, 1989
•             “Eagle Builds New Markets,” Quad-City Times, March 8, 1992
•             “Eagle Foods CEO Bows Out at the Top,” Quad-City Times, May 3, 1992
•             “Eagle Retraces 100-Year Roots,” The Dispatch and Rock Island Argus, March 14, 1993
•             The Dispatch and Rock Island Argus, December 19, 2000
•             “Eagle Center Remodeling, Adding Workers,” The Argus, September 7, 1985
•             November 14, 1985
•             “Eagle to Break Ground,” December 18, 1985
•             “CL Eagle Store Slated for Some Remodeling,” Crystal Lake Countryside, February 21, 1985
•             “No Changes Slated for C’ville Eagle,” Fox Valley Reader, February 21, 1985
•             “LZ Eagle Store Slatted for Some Remodeling,” February 21, 1985
•             “City, Eagle Food Stores Agree on Expansion,” Crystal Lake Herald, August 8, 1985
•             “Eagle Food Centers,” Chicago Sun-Times,” February 13, 1985 (3 copies)
•             “Eagle, Two Unions Talking Contracts,” The Argus, March 29, 1985
•             “Economics: Rise in Oil Prices Looms as Food Hike Foreseen,” Lincoln Courier, November 14, 1978
 
Box 7
•             Eagle Commercial  “That Pesky Santa”
•             Eagle Commercial “Gone Fishing”
•             Eagle Commercial “First Day”
•             Eagle Commercial “Search Party”
•             Eagle Commercial “First Day” – 4 reels
 
Related material
 
2004.004.028 A – G: Military Family posters
2004.004.029: Patriotic Citizen Award
2004.004.030: Eagle Foods Contest Winner Poster
2004.004.031: Photo of the US Army Parachute Team
2004.004.032: Map of Iowa/Illinois Eagle Stores
2004.004.033: USAF Thunderbirds Photo
2004.004.034: Eagle Store Photo
2004.004.035: Eagle Store Grand Opening Photo
2004.004.036 A – C: Eagle Country Market Signs
2004.004.037 A – N:  Blue Prints
 
Subject Headings and Cross References
Business & Industry – Groceries
 
 
INVENTORY
 
Eagle Signal Co. Coll. 1990-41
Inclusive dates:   1944-1988
 
Scope Notes: This collection contains archival materials, scrapbooks and photographs related to Eagle Signal Company, which manufactured industrial timers and traffic signal equipment.  Founded locally as Harrington-Seaberg Company, the company was sold to E. W. Bliss, Gamewell and Gulf & Western.  The collection's donor, Wilfred Juckem, was employed by Eagle Signal, retiring from management in the 1980s.  The Juckem donation also contains examples of timers made by the company.  Also see related collection of Eagle Signal materials donated by Ruth Seaberg and Eagle Signal Oral History Collection.  See separate inventory for photographic images including slides, photographs and photographs in scrapbooks which are part of this donation and separate donation by Wilfred Juckem (1992-80).
 
Box Inventory
 
INVENTORY WILFRED JUCKEM EAGLE SIGNAL COMPANY COLLECTION
 
MRP = Material Requirement Planning Orientation
MAPI = Machinery and Allied Products Institution
NEMA = National Electrical Manufacturers
G&W = Gulf and Western Co.
 
Box 1
Bliss Trends, 1961-1963 + Index 1961-1965
Bliss Trends, 1964-1968
The Third Dimension of Invention – The Machinery of Mass Production, 1948
Rolling Mills, Rolls, and Roll Making: A Brief Historical Account, 1953
Bliss – Rolling Mills and Allied Equipment
“E.W. Bliss Co. – 100 Years of Making Metal for Mankind,” 1957
"Tips from a Roll Maker’s Notebook”
E.W. Bliss Co. Annual Reports, 1958-1966
E.W. Bliss Co. – “E” Flag, 1964
E.W. Bliss G & W Merger, 1967-1968
E.W. Bliss – General, c. 1959-1967
E.W. Bliss – General, c. 1963-1968
E.W. Bliss – General, c. 1962-1982
Bliss Policy - Classified Materials, 1968
E.W. Bliss – Executive Compensation, 1963-1969
E.W. Bliss – Standard Practice Instructions, c.1966-1967
Bliss Management Bulletins
Bliss Management Bulletins
Bliss Annual Reports, 1959, 1967
 
Box 2
Industrial Magazine Articles (2 folders)
Eagle – 1960 Personnel Program, 1960-1962
Eagle - Research and Development, 1973
Small Lot Fabricating Machinery Manuals, c.1958-19S9
Eagle - Standard Costs, 1960-1965
United Electrical Workers (U.E.) - union, c.1949-1953
Eagle – Value Analysis, c.1959-1979
Eagle – Wage Incentives, c.1959-1963
Wage Incentives - 1953
Work Measurement, c.1955-1982 (2 folders)
Management Clubs – Eagle Signal, 1974
Service Awards, c.1958-1977
Eagle Signal Catalogues, 1949-1950, 1957, 1958, 1962
“Automation” – Catalogue, 1956
Feasibility Study - Relocating TPS Division to Austin, Texas, 1975
“We Made it Happen in ‘74”
Proposal to Consolidate Various Departments of Eagle Signal, 1954
 
Box 3
Application for “E” Award, 1944
Handbook - Airborne Calibration Interval
Eagle Wings, 1972-1976
Eagle Wings, 1972-1976
Eagle Wings, 1968-1981
Eagle Wings, 1956-1961
Eagle Wings, 1961-1966
Eagle Wings, 1978-1981
Austin Appropriation, 1975 (2 folders)
Capitol Appropriations, 1976-1977 
Chambers Co. - Consultant Reports, 1967-1973
Corporate Credit Manual – G&W
Letters from Management to Employees, c. 1953-1976 (2 folders)
 
Box 4
Executive Staff Minutes – Eagle Signal, 1973, 1974
Eagle Signal Incentive Manual, 1964
Eagle Signal Statements, c.1954-1971
“Foremen’s Bonus,” c. 1953-1969 (2 folders)
Meeting Notes, 1975-1976
Job Evaluation, c.1966-1976
MAPI Presentations, c.1967-1977
Labor Relations, c.1973-1975
Marketing - Sales Management, 1967-1971
MRP,  1966-1979
MRP Orientation, 1976
MRP Handbook (2 folders)
Office Unionism, c. 1960-1967
Personnel Department - Organization (Labor Relations)
Business Plans, 1969-1973
 
Box 5
Business Plans 1974-1977
NEMA Standardization Minutes, 1970-1977 (2 folders)
Articles Traffic Control - Legislation
Articles Traffic Control, c.1973-1981
NEMA – General, 1975-1980
NEMA – Traffic Light Inventory Remarks, 1976-1977
NEMA – Traffic Light Inventory Remarks - Publicity, 1977-1979
 
Box 6
Employee Handbooks, c.1969-1978
Union-Management Agreements – International Association of Machinists & Eagle Signal, 1961-1980
Austin Planning Memoranda, 1976-1977 (2 folders)
Work Measurement Manual, c.1962 (2 folders)
Introduction to Wage Incentives, 1953-1955 (2 folders)
E.W. Bliss Personnel Policy Manual (2 folders)
Memos - Wilfred Juckem, 1945-1946 (2 folders)
Administrative - Wilfred Juckem, 1953-1962 (2 folders)
 
Box 7
Traffic Devices History, 1971
Gulf & Western booklet, 1971
Gulf & Western at Twenty, 1978
MRP User Manual (2 folders)
Gulf & Western Annual Reports, 1966-1988 (6 folders)
G & W Plus (newsletter), 1969-1970
Gulf & Western Misc. Publications, 1969-1984
Highway Traffic booklets, 1976
Eagle Signal Industrial Controls Inventory Procedures, 1976
Bliss Co. Quality Assurance Manual (2 folders)
Eagle Signal Tolerance Charts, 1956
Salary Plan - Middle Management
Bliss Cost Reduction Seminar, 1967
WOFAC-VEFAC
Gamewell Annual Reports, 1951-1959
 
Box 8
Xeroxes of Newsclippings in Scrapbook - Eagle Signal, c. 1975-1988
Xeroxed Copies of Newsclippings in Scrapbook - Eagle Signal, c. 1954-1984
Xeroxed Copies of Newsclippings in Scrapbook  - Eagle Signal, c. 1949-1981
G&W Master Directory, 1977
Xeroxes of Articles in Scrapbook “Canton,” 1963-1968
Organizational Charts & Eagle Signal History
Eagle Signal Organizational Charts & Statistics 1974
Misc. Memorabilia – Wilfred Juckem (2 folders)
Notes Concerning History of Eagle Signal - Wilfred Juckem
 “Selecting a Mechanical or Hydraulic Press for Your Particular Job”
“Search” – Bliss publication
Xeroxes from scrapbook, “Eagle Signal People”
 
Box 9
Scrapbooks
 
Box 10 + 11
Photograph and Slides
 
Subject Headings Cross Reference for archival material only
Business & Industry--Electricity
Business & Industry--Employees
Business & Industry--Foundry
Business & Industry--Misc.
Military & War--World War II--Misc.
Organizations & Clubs--Labor
Roads & Highways--Misc.
 
People - Juckem, Wilfred
 
 
INVENTORY
 
Eames (Ames) Collection
Inclusive Dates:  1841-1911
 
Scope Notes: Related to the Eames family of Port Byron, Illinois and LeClaire, IA.
Contains:  21 letters, one property appraisal list (1832), five account sheets (1840's), and 39 receipts, tax, school, and misc. One booklet in German language--assumed that it is one of the previously counted items listed above
 
Folder 1 - 66 items
1.            January 4, 1841--to Charles Eames, from John Reynolds on agreement to assist in property sale
2.            August 9, 1843--to H.H. Houghton, from George W. Harris with an attached note about cost of search
3.            July 12, 1846--to Letitia Eames-Parkhurst, from R. McConnell on purchase of a park for resale and notes that were left with Mr. Hoge
4.            August 1, 1846--to Letitia Eames-Parkhurst, from R. McConnell of a note due, and the unsold park, cost of land, and running for legislature
5.            March 5, 1847--to Letitia Ames, from R. McConnell on death of daughter Adeline and general ill health and about lot at Buffalo Grove that is occupied by a squatter
6.            April 7, 1847--to Letitia Ames, from R. McConnell on return from Springfield and cannot visit
7.            April 23, 1849--to Letitia Ames, from R. McConnell about wife's death during childbirth and about visiting later
8.            June 10, 1856--to Mrs. Eames, from Daniel Fowler about Mr. Eames military enlistment but finds it hard to prove and suggests search of muster roll in Washington, D.C. (Blackhawk War)
9.            July 10, 1863--to "Sister", from name torn off, Corinth Miss., about chasing rebels who had stolen animals
10.          October 25, 1864--to "Lib", from W.R. Ames, Rome, Georgia, about being assigned to commissary under Lt. A.L. Andreas and favoring McClellan for President on eve of a large campaign to Atlantic
11.          January 2, 1865--to "Lib", from Wm. R. Ames, Savannah, Georgia about family talk, delicious oysters, a beautiful city, and countryside poor
12.          March 27, 1865--to Special Order #21, from L.H. Everts about Wm. R. Ames being relieved from duty with C.S. Dept.
13.          April 5, 1882--to Letitia Ames, from H.H. Andreson about returned pass book and stating that there were no bank stock for sale
14.          November 17, 1884--to Grandma, from Alice F. McGee - a short hello note
15.          To Mr. Henry Ames, from Mr. Jack Brown about a search for government records, 1843-1880, but none found
16.          To Harry Ames, from Jack Brown with an enclosed letter from 3rd auditor, Treasury Department
17.          August 27, 1889--to Jack Brown, from W.H. Hart about search of records concerning cattle seizure incident during War of 1812
18.          August 3, 1889--to B.W. Hight, from Wm. H. Hackett about seizure of cattle from Eames
19.          August 10, 1889--to B.W. Hight, from Wm. H. Hackett about search of records 1815-1819 about sold cattle
20.          August 13, 1889--to B.W. Hight, from Geo. S. ____ about inability to investigate claim unless good information that it was processed in N.H.
21.          March 27, 1911--to Mrs. Elizabeth McGee, from W.A. Meise referring to Charles & George Eames in Blackhawk War with death of George in battle
22.          Appraisal list of real and general property of Thomas Eames, Northumberland, 1832
23.          Account sheet of Wm. Allen from Charles Ames showing balance of profit due Allen.  No date.
24.          Account sheet of James Boyle for goods purchased by Charles Eames, 1840, 1841
25.          August 23, 1841--Promissory note to Jacob Carber signed by Harris Burgh and ____Gould
26.          Sept. 17, 1846--Statement of notes and interest of Charles Eames, Galena
27.          August 29, 1846--Account sheet of Jonas Barber to Charles Ames, LeClaire, by Estate Administrator Joseph Turner, Jr.
28.          Account sheet of William Tompkins with Charles Ames, 1845 & 1846
29.          Account sheet of Letitia Eames with Cook & Drur?y attorneys, 1865
30.          3 receipts:  a) June 18, 1857--from Cook, Dillon & Lindley for real estate work; b) July 21, 1847--from Ebenezer Cook for professional services; c) June 30, 1847--from A. H. Davenport for court costs
31.          6 receipts for school tuition, 1847- 50, Parkhurst, LeClaire and Scott County; 1856 location not noted
32.          31 receipts for taxes dated 1842-1863 from Port Byron, Scott and Rock Island Counties, LeClaire Township (school tax), LeClaire city
 
Subject Heading Cross Reference
 
Business & Industry--Banking
Business & Industry--Real Estate and Surveying
Military & War--Civil War--Misc.
Military & War--Misc.
Military & War--War of 1812
Schools & Education--Schoolhouses
Cities--LeClaire, IA
Cities--Port Byron, IL
 
People

--Allen, William
--Ames, Henry
--Ames, Wm. R.
--Andreson, H. H.
--Barber, Jonas
--Boyle, James
--Brown, Jack (Washington, D. C.)
--Burgh, Harris
--Carber, Jacob
--Cook, Ebenezer
--Davenport, A. H.
--Eames, Charles
--Eames, George
--Eames, Thomas
--Eames-Parkhurst, Letitia (LeClaire and Port Byron)
--Fowler, Daniel (Hanover, IL)
--Hackett, Wm. H.  (Portsmouth, NH)
--Harris, George W.
--Hart, W. H. (Washington, D. C.)
--Hight, B. W.
--Houghton, H. H.
--McConnell, R. (Winslow, Oneco, Grove, IL)
--McGee, Alice F.
--McGee, Mrs. Elizabeth (Riverside, IA)
--Meise, W. A. (Moline, IL)
--Reynolds, John (Washington, D.C.)
--Tompkins, William
--Turner, Joseph, Jr.

 
 
INVENTORY
 
Harold Eastham Insurance Manuscripts
Inclusive Dates:  1943-1958
 
Folder 1
License for Real Estate Broker of Harold Eastham Realty Co, 1958 and 1957
Letter head of Harold Eastham Company
 
Journals
Handbook for Mid West Improvement Co.
Register of Policies, 1944-1948
Employees sales and earnings expenses, 1944-45?
Employees expenses and sales, 1944-45
Eastham Realty expenses & earnings, Nov. 22, 1943-Jan. 1946
 
 
Subject Heading Cross Reference
Business & Industry--Insurance
Business & Industry--Real Estate and Surveying
 
People
Eastham, Harold
 
 
INVENTORY
 
Ecuadorian Missionary Collection                   1969-123
Inclusive Dates:  1936-1943
 
Scope Notes: Contains 15 letters from Alice Schlueter to Mrs. Crawford
 
Folder 1 -  15 items
Letters
 
Subject Heading Cross Reference
 
Documents & Letters
Churches & Religion--Misc.
 
 
INVENTORY
 
Collection Title: Carol Ehlers Collection
Accession Number: 2010-11
Donor: Carol Ehlers
Inclusive Dates: 1992-1997
Scope Notes: 
-Binder #1 (The “Big River Rendezvous” binder) contained all items relating to the Big River Rendezvous, the finale of the Iowa Sesquicentennial Celebration. This included flyers, brochures, media releases, press agreements, notes, etc.
-Binder #2 (The “Sesquicentennial” Binder) contained items related to the organization and running of the Iowa Sesquicentennial Commission. This included minutes, contact information, applications, resumes, memos, plans, drafts, itineraries, etc.
-Binder #3 (The “Upbound –Downtown Window Project” Binder) contains information concerning the Downtown Window Project. Included are photographs, project agendas,
Loose materials (Sesquicentennial and Big River Rendezvous) contained materials related to both Sesquicentennial events and the Big River Rendezvous events. This includes promotional materials such as flyers and brochures, marketing plans, media releases; Sesquicentennial income and expense information, the Iowa Sesquicentennial Commission final report, papers related to a received Sesquicentennial grant,  Delta Queen Charter of Agreement, schedules, Sesquicentennial awards of appreciation; photographs, slides, floppy disks, and one video cassette relating to Big River Rendezvous.
-Binder #4 (“Festival of Trees” binder) consisted of script information and photographs related to the 1992 Festival of Trees parade participants.
Copies of local news magazine Art Beat from January 1991 to July 1993. (Missing January 1993)
 
Box 1:
Folder 1 (Items from “Big River Rendezvous” Binder)
•             Home and Away Magazine: Page 14A-15A, September/October 1996
•             Big River Rendezvous Flyer addressed to NBC Today Show
•             Big River Rendezvous Flyer addressed to Copley News Service
•             Big River Rendezvous Flyer addressed to Chicago Tribune
•             Address Stickers, Locations include MA, CT, NJ, NH, NY
Folder 2 (Items from “Big River Rendezvous” Binder)
•             Newspaper Clipping: The Dispatch and The Rock Island Argus, “Songs of the Quad-Cities,” September 15, 1996
•             Newspaper pages: Quad-City Times, August 18, 1996 (2 copies)
•             Newspaper page: Quad-City Times, August 23, 1996
•             Newspaper page: Quad-City Times, “Big River Rendezvous wraps up celebration,” August 25, 1996
•             Newspaper page: Quad-City Times, August 25, 1996
•             Poster: Advertising the Big River Rendezvous: Orange and Black
Folder 3 (Items from “Big River Rendezvous” Binder)
•             Newspaper: Quad City Times, Sesquicentennial Fun: Picnic, parade help kick off historic weekend,” May 25, 1996
•             Newspaper: Quad-City Times, August 15, 1996
•             Newspaper clipping: by staff writer Barbara Toner: “Rendezvous is celebration’s grand finale”
•             Flyer for Big River Rendezvous: Black and White
•             Big River Rendezvous large poster spec
•             Big River Rendezvous large poster spec
•             Big River Rendezvous large poster spec
Folder 4 (Items from “Big River Rendezvous” Binder)
•             Press Release: Scott County Sesquicentennial Commission: “Historic Mississippi Riverboat Cruise Reservations Now Available”
•             Newspaper page: Quad-City Times, page 3M: “Hometown talent will jam for Rendezvous,” September  4, 1996
•             Photo copy of a newspaper page: Quad-City Times, “150 reasons to celebrate” by Carol Ehlers, August 25, 1996
•             Media Release: “New Local Reservation Number Now Open for Big River Rendezvous Events and Cruises –Don’t Miss the Boats!” from the Scott County Sesquicentennial Commission, August 28, 1996
•             Media Release: “Local Entertainers to be Showcased at “Big River Rendezvous” from the Scott County Sesquicentennial Commission, August 28, 1996
•             Media Release: Historic Mississippi Riverboat Cruise Reservations Now Available” from Scott County Sesquicentennial Commission, August 30, 1996 (2 copies)
Folder 5 (Items from “Big River Rendezvous” Binder)
•             Media Release: “Historic Mississippi Riverboat Cruise Reservations Now Available” from the Scott County Sesquicentennial Commission, August 30, 1996
•             Media Release: “Reservations Required for Big River Rendezvous Cruises –Deadline is September 15” from the Scott County Sesquicentennial Commission, September 10, 1996 (2 copies)
•             Media Release: “Big River Rendezvous to Support 24.5 Mile Bicycle Trail Through Scott County” from the Scott County Sesquicentennial Commission, September 10, 1996
•             Media Release: “Historic Riverboat Cruises Fund “Big River Rendezvous Celebration” from the Scott County Sesquicentennial Commission, September 6, 1996
Folder 6 (Items from “Big River Rendezvous” Binder)
•             Flyer advertising the Catfish Festival: October 10th
•             Goal chart: pink, “call Reese Myer”
•             Media Release: “The Clydesdales are Coming!” Dated to be released March 20, 1996
•             Advertising “Sesquicentennial Salute Parade” May 25, 1996
•             Media Release: “Old Fashioned Picnic in the Park” Dated to be released March 25, 1996
•             Correspondence: Memo to Marketing Committee from Lisa Bellomy, March 18, 1996
•             Contact information for various periodicals, newsletters, and news stations
•             Marketing and Promotions flow chart
Folder 7 (Items from “Big River Rendezvous” Binder)
•             Media Release: “Maritime Artist Michael Blaser Creates Commemorative Logo for ‘Big River Rendezvous’” intended for immediate release from Scott County Sesquicentennial Commission
•             Photocopy of media Sponsorship Agreement between Scott County Sesquicentennial Commission and KWQC-TV 6 signed and dated, September 3, 1996
•             Business Card from Burns Bros Car/Truck Stop, Ron Crino G.M.
•             Handwritten Note to Ron Crino at Burns Bros Car/Truck Stop, August 27th
•             Photo copy of Ron Crino’s Business Card and the handwritten note to Ron on August 27th
Folder 8 (Items from “Big River Rendezvous” Binder)
•             Flyer with color photos of steamboats
·         Includes Queen of Hearts, the Padelford Packet Boat Company (5 boats), Spirit of Dubuque, Mark Twain, and the River Queen
•             Flyer for “The Sound of Bix” (2 copies)
·         World premiere of “A Rhapsody for Bix,” 8 pm Saturday, October 12, 1996, “The Sound of Bix” is a part of the Iowa Sesquicentennial Celebration which is hosting “The Big River Rendezvous: A Riverboat Roundup,” October 12, 1996
•             Flyer for “Big River Rendezvous Venues for Land-Based Events and Activities”
·         Lists venues for Rendezvous events, and what events are taking place at those venues
•             Flyer for “Facts-At-A-Glance: Big River Rendezvous”
·         Lists all events and happenings included in the Sesquicentennial celebration
•             Photocopy of Flyer with photos of steamboats
·         Includes Queen of Hearts, the Padelford Packet Boat Company (5 Boats), Spirit of Dubuque, Mark Twain, and the River Queen
•             News Release: “Delta Queen Steamboat at Iowa Sesquicentennial Celebration”
•             Audio and Video Cues for Big River Rendezvous commercial
·         Title: Big River Rendezvous, Length: 30 Second Spot, Voice Over: TBA, Music: Dixieland/Jazz
Folder 9 (Items from “Big River Rendezvous” Binder)
•             Flyer for Big River Rendezvous, Quad Cities Iowa/Illinois, October 10-13, 1996
•             Pamphlet for Big River Rendezvous from St. Louis to St. Paul aboard the Legendary Delta Queen
·         Includes photos of and aboard the Delta Queen, note from the host, cruise itinerary, cruise price per person, reservation information, cruise features, not included, and responsibilities.
•             News Release: “Delta Queen Steamboat at Iowa Sesquicentennial Celebration” from AAA Travel Agency
•             Phone message note for Ann Riley requesting the press kit
•             Press Release: “Historic Riverboat Cruise Reservations Now Available” from Scott County Sesquicentennial Commission
•             Flyer with color photos of steamboats
·         Includes Queen of Hearts, Padelford Packet Boat Company (5 boats), Spirit of Dubuque, Mark Twain, and River Queen
•             Flyer for “The Sound of Bix”; World Premiere of “A Rhapsody for Bix,”; October 12, 1996 – part of the Iowa Sesquicentennial Celebration
Folder 10 (Items from “Big River Rendezvous” Binder)
•             Media Release: “24.5 Mile Bicycle Trail Through Scott County Planned” from Scott County Sesquicentennial Commission, September 10, 1996
•             Flyer of color photos of steamboats
·         Includes Queen of Hearts, Padelford Packet Boat Company (5 boats), Spirit of Dubuque, Mark Twain, and River Queen
•             AAA Travel Agency Pamphlet for Big River Rendezvous
·         Includes photos of and aboard the Delta Queen, note from the host, cruise itinerary, cruise price per person, reservation information, cruise features, not included, and responsibilities.
•             News Release: “Delta Queen Steamboat at Iowa Sesquicentennial Celebration” from AAA Travel Agency
•             Pamphlet for “The Sound of Bix,” October 12, 1996
•             Insert/flyer for “The Sound of Bix” (2 copies)
•             Paper with various sized logos for “The Sound of Bix”
Folder 11 (Items from “Big River Rendezvous” Binder)
•             Media Release: “Historic Mississippi Riverboat Cruise Reservations Now Available” from the Scott County Sesquicentennial Commission
•             Carbon Copy of ad/flyer “Don’t Miss the Boat” for the Big River Rendezvous (2 copies)
•             Media Release: “Historic Mississippi Riverboat Cruise Reservations Now Available” from the Scott County Sesquicentennial Commission,  August 14, 1996
•             Photocopy of Media Release: “Riverboat Cruise Reservation Line Now Open for Big River Rendezvous,” August 14, 1996
•             Photocopy of Media Release: “Historic Riverboat Cruise Reservations Now Available” from the Scott County Sesquicentennial Commission”
•             Quad-City Times Advertising Proof: “Don’t Miss the Boat” ad for “Big River Rendezvous”
Folder 12 (Items from “Big River Rendezvous” Binder)
•             Flyer: “Big River Rendezvous”
•             Carbon Copy of Media Release: “Historic Mississippi Riverboat Cruise Reservations Now Available” from Scott County Sesquicentennial Commission with notes
•             Carbon Copy of fax to Carol Ehlers from Scott County Commission –Iowa Sesquicentennial
•             Carbon Copy of media release “Historic Mississippi Riverboat Cruise Reservations Now Available” from the Scott County Sesquicentennial Commission
Folder 13 (Items from “Big River Rendezvous” Binder)
•             Flyer “Don’t Miss the Boat” for Big River Rendezvous
•             Flyer “Does your business or organization share a birthday with the Iowa Sesquicentennial?”
•             Fax to Carol Ehlers from Joe Taylor including 3 Press releases: “Quad Cities Throws a Birthday Bash,” “Things are Not All Wet at River Festival: Big River Rendezvous Celebrates Wealth of the Land,” and “Big River Rendezvous Set for October 10-13: Call Now for Free Brochure”
•             Letter from Carol Ehlers to Jim Graham, President of KWQCTV 6 detailing the Big River Rendezvous, requesting the assistance of KWQCTV 6 during their event. (4 copies)
·         Includes Sponsorship Agreement
Folder 14 (Items from “Big River Rendezvous” Binder)
•             Newspaper clipping: “Three new events unveiled to augment ‘Sound of Bix’ show”
·         Details the added events to go with “Sound of Bix”: a free jazz clinic held at the Putnam Museum, and a reception held at the Putnam Museum to kick off fundraising for a Bix Beiderbecke piano and horn display
•             Big River Rendezvous Brochure (2 copies)
·         Contains information about cruise reservations, cruises offered, event information, festival events and activities, special events, how to customize your cruise, and a direction on where to receive more information
•             Photocopy of front of “Big River Rendezvous” flyer
•             Photocopy of back of “Big River Rendezvous” flyer
•             Photocopy of handwritten “Don’t Miss the Boat” flyer
•             Photocopy of “Don’t Miss the Boat” flyer
•             Draft of Quad City Times Sponsorship Agreement
•             Letter to Mr. Bob Fusie, owner of Quad City Times, requesting their assistance with the “Big River Rendezbous”
•             Newspaper: Quad-City Times, announcement of Sesquicentennial entertainment, August 8-14, 1996
Folder 15 (Items from “Big River Rendezvous” Binder)
•             Photocopy of a business card: Peter Levinson of Peter Levinson Communications Inc.
•             Media Release: “Riverboats Recreate Historic Era”: Celebrate Iowa’s 150th Birthday: from the Scott County Sesquicentennial Commission
•             News Release: “Delta Queen Steamboat at Iowa Sesquicentennial Celebration”: Released by AAA Travel Agency
•             Photocopy of a Flyer: “Facts-At-A-Glance: Big River Rendezvous” by the Scott County Sesquicentennial Commission
·         Includes lists of: Land-Based Festival Sites, Riverboat Tours and Excursion Cruises, Guest Services, and Special Events
•             Photocopy of a Flyer: “Big River Rendezvous Venues for Land-Based Events and Activities”: by the Scott County Sesquicentennial Commission
·         Includes venues: Lindsay Park, State Street Landing, Oneida Landing, LeClaire Park, and a Bike Path
•             Photocopy of flyer: “Riverboat Cruises” by Scott County Sesquicentennial Commission
·         Includes riverboat events for Thursday, Friday and Saturday, and Sunday
•             Printout: “ABA’s 1996 Top 100 Events by State/Province,” 1996
•             Small flyer: “MarketPlace Flea Market” for weekends July 6 - October 27th (2 copies)
•             Program: Guided tours of Trinity Episcopal Cathedral in Davenport
Folder 16 (Items from “Big River Rendezvous” Binder)
•             Form: Public Service Announcement: by Cox Cable Quad Cities by Scott County Sesquicentennial Commission
•             Carbon Copy of Fax: “Facsimile” to Quad Cities Sales Directors April 30, 1996
•             Flyer (landscape): “Big River Rendezvous: October 10-13, 1996” ( 4 copies)
•             Flyer: “Big River Rendezvous: Catfish Fest” for Thursday, October 10, 1996
Folder 17 (Items from “Big River Rendezvous” Binder)
•             Correspondence: To Commissioners from Grace Johnson
•             Brochure: “Big River Rendezvous” by the Scott County Sesquicentennial Commission
•             Flyer: “Grand Finale of Sesquicentennial Salute: Big River Rendezvous”
•             Flyer: “The Sound of Bix” a part of the Iowa Sesquicentennial Celebration
•             Carbon Copy of Media Release: “Historic Mississippi Riverboat Cruise Reservations Now Available” by the Scott County Sesquicentennial Commission
•             Rough Draft of Media Release: “Davenport, Iowa to Celebrate State’s 150 Year Birthday” by the Scott County Sesquicentennial Commission
•             Minutes from a meeting of the Marketing Committee of the Scott County Commission of the Iowa Sesquicentennial, August 5, 1996
Folder 18 (Items from “Sesquicentennial” Binder)
•             Outline: “Youth and Seniors’ Day (Activities throughout the day)
•             Packet: “Big River Rendezvous: A Riverboat Roundup”
•             Packet: Communications Plan, prepared by Mark Bawden, December 6, 1995
•             Packet: “Intern positions now available” and “Office Management Personnel (Volunteers)”
Folder 19 (Items from “Sesquicentennial” Binder)
•             Packet: Scott County Sesquicentennial Commission: Master Plan, 1995-1996
·         Includes: Mission Statement of Scott County Commission, Mission Statement of Big River Rendezvous, Administrative Goals, Goals (and strategies for accomplishing goals) A-O
•             Flowchart: Scott County Sesquicentennial Commission Executive Committee
·         Includes: Projects, Administrative, Events, Event Support
•             Packet: “Action Plans for Committees: Functional Responsibilities”
·         Includes: Administrative Support Units, Events, Event Management, Projects, education committee goals, environmental scanning, methods by which to evaluate success, volunteer personnel committee, fund-raising (blue ribbon task force)
•             Packet: Sesquicentennial Showcase
·         Sesquicentennial Showcase Campaign, purpose, goal, legacy projects, events, the “Showcase” concept explanation, Showcase I-VI, Showcase I –Tourism, Showcase II –River and Land, Showcase III –Technology, Showcase IV –Services, Showcase V –Talent, Showcase VI –Cooperation
•             Page: Sponsorship Levels
•             Packet: Partners and Host Organizations
•             Packet: Expenses and Sources of Revenue
·         Includes: Maritime, Land-Based Festival
•             Packet: Goals From Master Plan
Folder 20 (Items from “Sesquicentennial” Binder)
•             Outline: Legal Issues Committee
•             Outline: Historical Accuracy and Authenticity
•             Flowchart: Operations and Support
·         Steering Committee
•             Flowchart: Marketing and Promotions
·         Steering Committee
•             Outline: Marketing Committee
·         Includes Function, Areas of Responsibility, and Other (in cooperation with other committees)
•             Outline: Operations and Support Committee
·         Includes Functions and Areas of Responsibility
•             Outline: Event –Kick-Off Parade
·         Includes Goal, Audience, and Tasks
•             Outline: Event –Old Fashioned Picnic
·         Includes Goal, Audience, and Tasks
•             Outline: Downtown Davenport Association –Picnic in the Park
·         Includes basic information, and a brief vision of the following components: Entertainment, Vendors, Children’s Activities, Marketing, Licensing/Insurance/Facilities, and Demonstrators
•             Outline: Event -150 Days of Summer Celebration
·         Includes Goal, Audience, Tasks, and Event Endorsement
•             Minutes: At the Putnam Museum, February 25, 1995 (2 copies)
·         Carol Ehlers (Chair, Scott County Sesquicentennial Commission), Grace Johnson (Coordinator, Scott County Sesquicentennial Commission), Shirley Peterson-Allbee (Secretary, Scott County Sesquicentennial Commission), Gail Rathburn (Executive Assistant)
•             Seal of the County of Scott, Iowa (2 copies)
•             Order Form: Special Order or Quotation Request for a custom flag or banner (2 copies)
Folder 21 (From the “Sesquicentennial” Binder
•             Attendance Sheet: September 19994 - January 1995
•             Attendance Sheet: April - October 1995
•             Minutes: At the Putnam Museum, February 25, 1995 (2 copies)
·         Carol Ehlers (Chair, Scott County Sesquicentennial Commission), Grace Johnson (Coordinator, Scott County Sesquicentennial Commission), Shirley Peterson-Allbee (Secretary, Scott County Sesquicentennial Commission), Gail Rathburn (Executive Assistant)
•             Seal of the County of Scott, Iowa ( 2 copies)
•             Order Form: Special Order or Quotation Request for a custom flag or banner (2 copies)
•             Certificate: Certificate of Incorporation for the Big River Rendezvous from the Iowa Secretary of State
•             Articles of Incorporation for Big River Rendezvous to the secretary of the state of Iowa (2 copies)
•             Application: Application for certificate of authority to conduct affairs in Illinois under the General Not For Profit Corporation Act, to George H. Ryan, Secretary of State of the State of Illinois
•             County Sesquicentennial Commission Status with IRS
•             Form: State of Iowa Sales Tax Exemption Certificate
•             Correspondence: Carbon Copy of Letter from Carol Ehlers to Grace E. Johnson
•             Correspondence: From Carol Ehlers to Grace E. Johnson
•             Form: Approving the hiring of Grace Johnson as project director
•             Resume: Resume of Grace E. Johnson, Urbana, Illinois
•             Packet: Position Description: Project Director
Folder 22 (From the “Sesquicentennial” binder)
•             Letter: To Grace E. Johnson from Carol Ehlers, February 22, 1995
•             Form: Signed by Carol Ehlers
•             Resume: Grace E. Johnson, Urbana, IL
•             Packet: Position description of Project Director, Scott County Sesquicentennial Celebrations
•             Bank Statement: Checking account activity of the Scott Sesquicentennial, July 15, 1994
•             Minutes: Scott County Sesquicentennial Commission Meeting, January 24, 1995
•             Schedule: Iowa Sesquicentennial Commission Regional Meetings, February 1995
•             Minutes: Scott County Commission of the Iowa Sesquicentennial, January 24, 1995
Folder 23 (Items from the “Sesquicentennial” Binder)
•             Proposal: Fund Distribution Proposal, Scott County Sesquicentennial Commission, January 24, 1995
•             Bank Statement: Checking Account activity of the Scott Sesquicentennial, July 15, 1994 (2 copies)
•             Minutes: Carol Ehlers, Jack Hill, Amy Groskopf, Sue Hill, Craig Hufford, Bruce McDaniel, Max Molleston, Schar Blevins, Marvella Brus, Shirley Person-Allbee, January 21, 1995
•             Proposal Draft: Fund Distribution Proposal, Rough Draft, Scott County Sesquicentennial Commission
•             Minutes: Carol Ehlers, Amy Groskopf, Scharlotte Blevins, Jack Hill, Sue Hill, Max Molleston, Shirley Perterson-Allbee, January 11, 1995
•             Minutes: Scott County Commission of the Iowa Sesquicentennial Commission, December 15, 1994
•             layout plan: Scott County Sesquicentennial Commission
·         Includes Cover copy, inside left, inside right, inside poster copy, back cover
•             Minutes: Scott County Commission, November 30, 1994
•             Profit layout: Scott County Sesquicentennial Commission, through October
Folder 24 (Items from the “Sesquicentennial” Binder)
•             Job Description: Position Description of Project Director for Scott County Sesquicentennial Celebrations
•             Newspaper Ad: Help wanted ad: “Director of 1996 Scott County Sesquicentennial Celebrations”
•             Minutes: Scott County Sesquicentennial Commission, October 18, 1994
•             Bank Statement: Scott Sesquicentennial, Checking account activity, July 15, 1994 (2 copies)
•             Minutes: The Scott County commission of the Iowa Sesquicentennial, September 20, 1994
•             Photocopy: Receipt from the U.S. Postal Service, a handwritten note to Craig Hufford, and a handwritten note to Carol Ehlers from Craig Hufford
•             Minutes: The Scott County Sesquicentennial Commission, August 25, 1994
•             Revision: revision of the Task Force Special Event report as of August 25, 1994
•             Correspondence: Memo to members of Scott County Sesquicentennial Commission, from Carol Ehlers, August 6, 1994
Folder 25 (Items from the “Sesquicentennial” binder)
•             Minutes: River front Festival Taskforce of the Scott County Sesquicentennial, July 20, 1994
•             Correspondence: Memo to Scott County Sesquicentennial Members and Guest, from Carol Ehlers
•             Minutes: Scott County Commission of the Iowa Sesquicentennial, June 28, 1994
•             Correspondence: Memo to Scott County Commission Members, from Carol Ehlers
•             Minutes: Sesquicentennial Town Meeting, Putnam Museum, June 15, 1994
•             Correspondence: Memo to Scott County Sesquicentennial Commission Members, Public Relations Committee, Interested Individuals, from Carol Ehlers, May 28, 1994
•             Meeting Agenda: Sesquicentennial Commission, Scott County, June 7, 1994
•             Minutes: Tally from meeting of 1 June 1994
•             Statement: Where the Sesquicentennial License Plate Money goes…
·         As of June 1994
Folder 26 (items from the “Sesquicentennial” binder)
•             Correspondence: To Shirley Perterson-Allbee, from Ann Hutchinson
•             Agenda: Iowa Sesquicentennial Commission, Regional Meetings, February 1995
•             Sales Progress: Iowa Sesquicentennial Commission, Sesquicentennial License Plate Sales as a Percentage of Total Available, Through December 1994
•             Rankings: Iowa Sesquicentennial Commission, Sesquicentennial Plate Sales as a Percentage of Total Available, Rankings Through December 1994
•             IRS Status: County Sesquicentennial Commission Status with IRS, January 1995
•             Impact Grant Information: Iowa Sesquicentennial Commission, County Sesquicentennial Commission Statewide Impact Grants
·         Includes: General information, Single –and/or Joint-County Projects, Review Criteria –Definition of Statewide Impact, CSC Statewide Impact Grant Plan, Grant Reporting, Information on the Application Process
•             Sample Media Release: example layout
•             Form: CSC Financial Progress Report, Iowa Sesquicentennial Commission
•             Form: Account Activity Summary, County Sesquicentennial commission
•             Form: CSC Project Progress Report, Iowa Sesquicentennial Commission
•             Statement: County Sesquicentennial Commission Liability, January 1995
•             Format Outline: Format For –CSC Statewide Impact Grant Plan
Folder 27 (Items from the “Sesquicentennial” Binder)
•             Correspondence: To Penelope, From Shirley Peterson-Allbee, February 1, 1995
•             Correspondence: To Shirley Peterson-Allbee, from Penelope Miller, January 30, 1995
•             Correspondence: E-mail sent January 31, 1995, To Carol Ehlers, Craig Hufford, Dorothy Minear, Julie Irish, Max Molleston, Fae Harvey, Dee Dee Mueller, Amy Groskopf, Marvella Brus, Jack Hill, Bruce McDaniel, Schar Blevins, Kathy Wine and Dan Nagel, from Shirley Peterson-Allbee,
•             Report: Scott County Sesquicentennial Committee Reports, January 1995
·         Includes: License Plates, Education, Parade, Trails and Markers, Big River
•             Correspondence: To all applicants, from Carol Ehlers
•             Job Description: Position Description of Project Director for Scott County Sesquicentennial Celebrations
•             Correspondence: Memo to Officers and Chairs of Committee, from Carol Ehlers
•             Correspondence: Memo to officers, commissioners, committees, January 10, 1995
•             Correspondence: To Liane Crawford Smith, from Shirley Peterson-Allbee
•             Correspondence :To all applicants, from Carol Ehlers
•             Correspondence: To County Sesquicentennial Commission Chair, from Meg Courter, December 27, 1994
•             Correspondence: E-mail to CSC Secretaries, from Paulette Ihrig, December 30, 1994
•             List: List of members of the Scott Count Sesquicentennial Commission, sent to Iowa Sesquicentennial
Folder 28 (Items from the “Sesquicentennial” Binder
•             Correspondence: To Captain William Bowell, from unknown
•             Correspondence To Mr. Bill Wilson, from Carol Ehlers, January 4, 1995
•             Correspondence To County Sesquicentennial Commission Chair, from J. Scott Raecker, December 15, 1994
•             Correspondence: To Scott County Commission, Committee Members and “Big River” Task Force, From Carol Ehlers, August 25, 1994
•             Correspondence: To Penny Miller, from Shirley Peterson-Allbee, November 3, 1995
•             Correspondence: To Mrs. James Mueller, from Shirley Peterson-Allbee, October 1, 1994
•             Correspondence: To Shirley Peterson-Allbee, from Julie Irish, September 14, 1994
•             Packet: Iowa Sesquicentennial informational packet
·         Includes: What is Scott County Doing?, How Will it Be Funded?, What benefits are available for my organization?, How do I obtain information about the Iowa and Scott County Sesquicentennial Celebration?, What is the timetable for Scott County Commission Sesquicentennial?
•             List: Other CSCs’ Ideas for Events, Programs and Activities, County Sesquicentennial Commission
•             Minutes: River Counties Meeting, May 17th
•             List: Ideas for Scott County Sesquicentennial
Folder 29 (Items from the “Sesquicentennial” binder)
•             List: Iowa Sesquicentennial Commission, List of Members, broken down by department
·         Includes: Executive Director, Staff Field Representative, Eastern Iowa Representative Iowa Sesquicentennial, Scott County Sesquicentennial Commission Officers, Commission Members by Town, River Counties Commission, Commission Members by Committee, Scott County Commission Committees and Committee Members, Big River Rendezvous, Committees for Big River Rendezvous, Education, Event Endorsement, License Plate Marketing, Markers and Trails –Historic Tourism Project, Marketing, Public Relations Committee, Parade, Task Force Big River Rendezvous
Folder 30 (Items from the “Sesquicentennial” Binder)
•             Contact Sheet: Contacts for License Plates committee
•             Correspondence: License Plate Marketing Committee Update, November 30, 1994
•             Report: License Plate Promotion Committee Report, October 18, 1994
•             Sales Report: Sesquicentennial License Plate Sales as a Percentage of Total Available, Iowa Sesquicentennial Commission, Through July 1994
•             Sales Report: Sesquicentennial License Plate Sales as a Percentage of Total Available, Iowa Sesquicentennial Commission, Through July 1994
•             Correspondence: Memo to River County Sesquicentennial Members Planning and Participating in the “Iowa 150” Border to Border Canoe Trip, From Jane Regan
•             Itinerary: Suggested itinerary for 1996 “Border to Border” canoe trip; Dated for August 4- 17, 1996
•             List: List of amenities for a campsite, connected to canoe trip
•             Minutes: River  Counties Sesquicentennial Meeting, November 10, 1994
Folder 31 (Items from the “Sesquicentennial” binder)
•             Income and Expenses sheet
•             Correspondence: To Jim Ayen, from Warren Johnson, Subject: AmeriCorps Program – Iowa Sesquicentennial, November 17, 1994
•             Correspondence: Memo to Jane Regan, from Limestone Bluffs RC&D, subject MADRAC Border to Border Coordinator, January 4, 1995
•             Correspondence: E-mail/memo to All River County Sesquicentennial Chairs, From Jane Regan, subject Grant Applications, February 10, 1995
•             Form: Landing Information, not filled out
•             List: MADRAC XII Landing Chairperson Responsibilities, 1995
•             Correspondence: Memo/email to River Counties, From Jane Regan, subject Next River Counties Meeting and Meeting Minutes, October 20, 1994
•             Minutes: River Counties Sesquicentennial Meeting, October 11, 1994
•             Itinerary: Suggested itinerary for 1996 “Border to Border” canoe trip; August 4-17, 1996
Folder 32 (Items from “Sesquicentennial” Binder
•             Minutes: August 9, 1994, Meeting of River Counties for Sesquicentennial
·         Includes: Smithsonian will be 150, the Olympics will be 100 in 1996, canoe ride, MADRAK, what is available at each river town, boating clubs, LeClaire stop rather than Davenport, next meeting
•             Correspondence: Memo to River County Committee, from Becky Swanson
•             Correspondence: Memo from Commander, Second Coast Guard District, to Director of Auxiliary, Subject Request for Auxiliary surface facilities for safety patrol, May 3, 1994
•             Permit: Permit for Marine Event, date of event July 31-August 6, 1994
•             Notice: MADRAC Regatta Notice, Department of Transportation, U.S. Coast Guard, Notice to Mariners; July31-  August 6, 1994
•             Fax: To Rex Klein, from J.O. Jaczinski, May 3, 1994
•             Minutes: Notes from River Counties Meeting, June 21, 1994
•             Packet: informational packet about the Sesquicentennial
·         Includes: How do I obtain information about the Iowa and Scott County Sesquicentennial Celebration?, What is the timetable for Scott County Commission Sesquicentennial?, When are the Scott County Commission Meetings?, What benefits are available for my organization?, What is Scott County Doing?, How will it be funded?
•             List: Handwritten notes
•             Notes: Handwritten notes, June 15, 1994;  June 21, 1994
•             Correspondence:: Eastern Iowa Update, June 1994
•             List/memo: Iowa 150
•             Timeline: County Sesquicentennial Commission Timeline, 1996-1997; January, 1996-June, 1997
Folder 33 (Items from “Sesquicentennial” Binder)
•             Correspondence: Sesquicentennial Commission Scott County, Iowa
•             Packet: Informational Packet about the Sesquicentennial
•             Note: Handwritten note
•             List: Resource People –Volunteers
•             Correspondence: Draft, to Debbie Van Den Berghe,
•             Correspondence: Draft, to Chuck
•             Correspondence:: Draft, general template, Iowa Sesquicentennial, 1996
Folder 34 (Items from the “Sesquicentennial” Binder)
•             Correspondence: Draft, to Alberta Fahrenkrog
•             Correspondence: Draft, to Joanne
•             Correspondence: Draft, Basic Template, Iowa Sesquicentennial, 1996
•             Resume: Sandra K. Johnson, Davenport, IA
•             Application: Application for Event Endorsement, Iowa Sesquicentennial Commission, German-American Pioneer Society of Scott County, November 14, 1994
•             Application: Harry Barnes application to become a volunteer, Iowa Sesquicentennial, 1996
•             Correspondence: Memo to River County Sesquicentennial Members Planning and Participating in the “Iowa 150” Border to Border Canoe Trip, from Jane Regan
•             Itinerary: Suggested itinerary for 1996 “Border to Border” canoe trip; August 4- 17, 1996
•             Minutes: River Counties Sesquicentennial Meeting, November 10, 1994
Folder 35 (Items taken from “Sesquicentennial” binder)
•             Budget: Proposed MADRAC Budget for 1996
•             Correspondence: Memo to Jim Ayen, from Warren Johnson, Subject AmeriCorps Program – Iowa Sesquicentennial, November 17, 1994
•             Correspondence:  To Jane Regan, From Limestone Bluffs RC&D, Subject MADRAC Border to Border Coordinator, January 4, 1995
•             Correspondence: To All River County Sesquicentennial Chairs, From Jane Regan, Subject Grant Applications, February 10, 1995
•             Form: Landing Information, not filled out
•             List: MADRAC XII Landing Chairperson Responsibilities, 1995
•             Certificate: Certificate of Incorporation, Big River Rendezvous, September 12, 1994
•             Correspondence: To the Secretary of the State of Iowa, from Charles W. Brooke, discussing the articles of incorporation
•             Application: Application for Certificate of Authority to Conduct Affairs in Illinois, Big River Rendezvous, August 25, 1994
•             Correspondence: To the Secretary of the State of Iowa, from Charles W. Brooke, discussing the articles of incorporation
Folder 36 (Items from the “Upbound –Downtown Window Project” Binder, in front pocket)
•             3 photographs (unknown content)
•             The Magnificent River: The Mississippi from Minnesota to Missouri (2 copies)
•             Exhibit design sketches
Folder 37 (Items from the “Upbound –Downtown Window Project” Binder)
•             Application: “The Upbound Project” Application
•             Press Release: The Putnam Museum of History and Natural Science, “UPBOUND: Six Historic Educational Murals”
·         Includes: general info, panel 1 –“The Magnificent River: A Resource for Living”, Panel 2 –“The Magnificent River: European Encounters”, Panel Three –“The Magnificent River: In the Age of Stream”, Panel Four –“The Magnificent River: A Navigable Channel”, Panel Five –“The Magnificent River: Competing and Sharing”, Panel Six –“The Magnificent River and the Flood of 1993”, Information about the Putnam Museum
•             Form: Fax Form, To Cliff Brockman, from Carol Ehlers, July 25, 1994
•             Correspondence:  Fax to [unreadable] from Carol Ehlers, July 25, Press Release, The Putnam Museum of History and Natural Science, “UPBOUND: Six Historic Educational Murals”
·         Includes: General info, panel 1 –“The Magnificent River: A Resource for Living”, Panel 2 –“The Magnificent River: European Encounters”, Panel Three –“The Magnificent River: In the Age of Stream”, Panel Four –“The Magnificent River: A Navigable Channel”, Panel Five –“The Magnificent River: Competing and Sharing”, Panel Six –“The Magnificent River and the Flood of 1993”, Information about the Putnam Museum
·         with a note that the windows of Parker Building will be unveiled on Wednesday July 27
•             Presentation Plan: Upbound Presentation, The Putnam Museum of History and Natural Science, June 10, 1994
·         Includes: Proposal presentation schedule, panel of advisors, Focus, Window, sketched city block, photos with labels
•             Agreement:  Between the Putnam Museum of History and Natural Science, and Paul Lange, June 23, 1994
·         Includes: General agreement information, The Contractor hereby agrees as follows, the Museum agrees as follows, The Contractor and Museum hereby agree to the following stipulations, signatures
•             Correspondence: To Ms. Carol Ehlers, from Mary Ellen Chamberlin, May 7, 1994
·         Informing Ehlers that the RDA has awarded a grant of $8,000 to the Putnam Museum to support the “Upward Bound Project.
Folder 38 (“Upbound –Downtown Window Project” binder)
•             Riverboat Development Authority Grant Agreement
•             Packet: Upward Bound Project Information Meeting
•             Packet: “Magnificent River”
•             Correspondence: E-mails from Carol Ehlers
Folder 39 (“Upbound –Downtown Window Project” binder)
•             Photographs (29 plus duplicates) and negatives of project
Folder 40 (Items from the “Upbound –Downtown Window Project” binder)
•             Photocopies of project photographs
•             2 hand drawn maps
Folder 41 (Items from the “Upbound –Downtown Window Project” binder)
•             Forms: “SDA IX Summer Job Training Program Request to Fill Work Experience Slot”
Folder 42 (Items from the “Upbound –Downtown Window Project” binder)
•             Agenda: December 6, 1993
Folder 43 (Items from the “Upbound –Downtown Window Project” binder)
•             Notes: From Steve Hemphill
Folder 44 (Items from the “Upbound –Downtown Window Project” binder, Dec. 6, 1993)
•             Correspondence: E-mails and between Mike Smith and Carol Ehlers; logo design, 1994
 
Folder 45 (Items from the “Upbound –Downtown Window Project” binder)
•             Correspondence: From Jeremy Dedic to Carol Ehlers
•             Resume: Jeremy Dedic
Folder 46 (Items from the “Upbound –Downtown Window Project” binder)
•             Correspondence: Memo from Jack Smit to Carol Ehlers, 1994
Folder 47 (Items from the “Upbound –Downtown Window Project” binder)
•             List of Grants funded by Riverboat Development Authority, 1994
•             Riverboat Development Authority Grant Application
•             Correspondence: Riverboat Development Authority to Carol Ehlers, May 7, 1994
Folder 48 (Items from the “Upbound –Downtown Window Project” binder)
•             Quad City Arts Dollars Organization Application, 1993-1994
Folder 49  (“Big River Rendezvous”)
•             Brochure: Copy of Big River Rendezvous brochure
Folder 50: (Sesquicentennial)
•             Packet: “Scott County Celebrating the Sesquicentennial” Contains income and expense statements; the general ledger; list of contributors, benefactors, and friends; news release; schedule.
Folder 51: (Sesquicentennial)
•             Report: “Final Report of the Iowa Sesquicentennial Commission, Volume 1,” Iowa Sesquicentennial Commission, June 30, 1997
Folder 52: (“Big River Rendezvous”)
•             Flyers: Three printed flyers promoting “Big River Rendezvous”
Folder 53: (Sesquicentennial)
•             Awards: Awards of appreciation given to members of the Scott County Sesquicentennial Commission, Iowa 150th Anniversary, 1996
Folder 54: (Sesquicentennial)
•             Packet: List: Scott County Commission Iowa Sesquicentennial: List of contributors, benefactors, and friends of sesquicentennial
Folder 55: (“Big River Rendezvous”)
•             Charter Agreement: Delta Queen Charter of Agreement for boat rental, December 1, 1994
Folder 56:
•             Grant Papers: 1996 Grant Award expenditures list; copies of checks written by Sesquicentennial Commission
Folder 57: (Sesquicentennial)
•             Market Plan: List of strategies and objectives related to sesquicentennial celebrations.
Folder 58: (“Big River Rendezvous”)
•             Promotional Materials:
·         Brochures for centennial activities Big River Rendezvous, parade, and general salute
·         Media release for Big River Rendezvous
·         AAA News release for Big River Rendezvous
·         Big River Rendezvous schedule and landing locations
Folder 59: (“Big River Rendezvous”)
•             Promotional Materials: Passport and parking pass
Folder 60: (“Big River Rendezvous”)
•             Photographs and Slides: 7 Photographs of various paddleboats; 1 unlabeled photograph of a portrait of a woman; 3 slides of various paddleboats; 4 slides of Big River Rendezvous promotional materials
Folder 61: (“Big River Rendezvous”)
•             Video Cassette: “Scott County Sesquicentennial: 30 ‘Big River Rendezvous” August 12, 1996
Folder 62: (Sesquicentennial)
•             Floppy Disks:
·         “Sesqui”
·         “Sesqui, Blaser, DMA Physicians”
·         Sesqui, Train and Marker”
Folder 63: (Binder: Festival of Trees)
•             Script for Festival of Trees Parade 1992. Contains photographs and details about various balloons and attractions, 1992
 
Box 2: (Oversized)
•             Arts Beat (1991-1993)
·         January 1991
·         February 1991
·         March 1991
·         April 1991
·         May 1991
·         June 1991
·         July 1991
·         August 1991
·         September 1991
·         October 1991
·         November 1991
·         December 1991
·         January 1992
·         February 1992
·         March 1992
·         April 1992
·         May 1992
·         June 1992
·         July 1992
·         August 1992
·         September 1992
·         October 1992
·         November 1992
·         December 1992
·         February 1993
·         March 1993
·         April 1993
·         May 1993
·         June 1993
·         July 1993
References
HOLIDAYS & CELEBRATIONS – CENTENNIAL - DAVENPORT
HOLIDAYS & CELEBRATIONS – CHRISTMAS
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