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Record Unit 7443

Smithsonian Early Enrichment Center

Records, 1981-1994

Repository: Smithsonian Institution Archives, Washington, D.C. Contact us at osiaref@si.edu.
Creator: Smithsonian Early Enrichment Center
Title: Records
Dates: 1981-1994
Quantity: 7.5 cu. ft. (13 document boxes) (2 oversize folders)
Collection: Record Unit 7443
Language of Materials: English
Summary:

These records were created by three women who were instrumental in bringing child care to the Smithsonian: Kathleen Baxter, Gretchen Gayle Ellsworth, and Katherine Sprague. They consist of meeting minutes, agendas, and correspondence of the Smithsonian Institution Women's Council (SIWC) Child Care Committee, the Child Care Advisory Board (CCAB), the Smithsonian Early Enrichment Center Board of Directors, the Smithsonian Early Enrichment Center Parents Association, and the Infant Task Force; proposals, architectural drawings, and correspondence dealing with the selection and preparation of sites for the NMAH branch and the Arts and Industries Infant Care Center; personnel and financial records; materials dealing with the IBM/SEEC curriculum project; and photographs of events at the NMAH center. For related records, see Record Units 310 and 507.

Historical Note

When the Smithsonian Institution Women's Council (SIWC) was formed in 1972, it immediately adopted as a primary goal the establishment of a child care center at the Institution. This council of Smithsonian employees, established for the purpose of conveying to the Smithsonian administration the concerns and needs of all employees but especially women, continued to work on that goal for the next fifteen years. The SIWC intensified their efforts in 1986: conducted surveys to determine the need for and support of an on-site child care center, conducted feasibility studies for the various sites proposed, and obtained the professional advice of child care consultants. In January of 1987, as a result of these efforts, John Jameson, Assistant Secretary for Administration, appointed a Smithsonian Child Care Advisory Board (CCAB). The mission of the CCAB was to investigate and report to SI management the prospective budget, policy, operations, facilities, and curriculum of a child care center at the Smithsonian. The Board originally formed three subcommittees: policy, budget, and facilities. Each subcommittee undertook an in-depth analysis of their area of responsibility and formulated a comprehensive overview of the necessary steps toward implementation. When the Advisory Board presented its business plan to the SI Management Committee in May of 1987, the Committee gave its approval to proceed in setting up a center.

Although the Smithsonian generously offered to provide start-up funds and continual rent-free space and utilities, as well as other "in-kind" services, the Board and the Smithsonian agreed that the child care center would be independently incorporated. From the beginning, the CCAB anticipated that more than one center would ultimately be formed: the first child care center would hold fifty toddlers from ages two to five, and subsequent centers would be formed as need required and means allowed. In November of 1987, the CCAB was ready to incorporate formally as the Board of Directors for the Smithsonian Child Care Center, and to look forward to the opening of the first center in the National Museum of American History, which opened on October 3, 1988. As was stipulated in the Board By-Laws and Articles of Incorporation, the founding Board of Directors was replaced shortly thereafter by an elected, parent-majority board, and a Parents Association was established as a means of providing parent input and support for the Center and its Board. On January 1, 1989, the newly formed Board changed the name of the child care center to the Smithsonian Early Enrichment Center, to more accurately reflect the unique character of the Center and its museum-based curriculum.

The Board officers at the time of incorporation were: Gretchen Gayle Ellsworth, President; Betty B. Derbyshire, Vice-President; Kathleen T. Baxter, Secretary; Katherine Sprague, Treasurer; Lauryn G. Grant, Counsel. The Board officers during the first year of operation (Fall 1988-Fall 1989) were: Kathleen T. Baxter, President; John Daniel Reaves, Vice-President and Counsel; Frances T. Jones, Secretary; Diane Homiak, Treasurer.

Since 1989, the Board of Directors has devoted itself to oversight of the operations of the center, to further development of curriculum, and to expansion into other buildings. The Board began a project in 1989 with IBM to translate, produce, and market the "Museum Magic" curriculum for computer, which was never completed. The Board has also investigated publishing the curriculum. In January 1991, the Infant Care Center opened in the Arts & Industries Building. This branch of SEEC served 25 children from three months to two years old. The planning was undertaken by an Infant Task Force, made up of members of the Board of Directors. The two branches of SEEC are governed centrally, under the same Director, Board of Directors, and Parents Association.

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Introduction

These records of the Smithsonian Early Enrichment Center (SEEC), 1984-1994, Record Unit 7443, were created in its establishment and operation from 1984 to 1994. They were transferred to the Smithsonian Archives by Kathleen T. Baxter, Co-Chair of the Smithsonian Institution Women's Council Child Care Committee, Secretary of the Smithsonian Child Care Advisory Board, and President of the SEEC Board of Directors; Gretchen Gayle Ellsworth, President of the Child Care Advisory Board; Katherine Sprague (TKAC), Co-Chair of the Smithsonian Institution Women's Council Child Care Committee, Treasurer of the Child Care Advisory Board, and member of the Infant Care Task Force; and Sharon Shaffer, Director of SEEC.

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Descriptive Entry

The Records of the Smithsonian Early Enrichment Center (SEEC), Record Unit 7443, are mainly from 1987-1992, with some material from 1981-1982, 1984-1986, and 1993-1994. These records are of three women who were instrumental in the establishment of child care at the Smithsonian and of the SEEC Director's first few years. These records consist of meeting minutes, agenda, and correspondence of the Smithsonian Institution Women's Council (SIWC) Child Care Committee, the Child Care Advisory Board (CCAB), the Smithsonian Child Care Center Board of Directors, the Smithsonian Early Enrichment Center Board of Directors, the Smithsonian Early Enrichment Center Parents Association, and the Infant Task Force; proposals, architectural drawings, and correspondence dealing with the selection and preparation of sites for the National Museum of American History (NMAH) branch and the Arts & Industries Infant Care Center; personnel and financial records; records of the IBM/SEEC curriculum project; and photographs of events at the NMAH center.

For related records, consult Record Unit 310, Records of the Smithsonian Institution Women's Council, 1972-1983, and Record Unit 507, Records of the Smithsonian Institution Women's Council, 1973-1992.

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Access Restriction

Box 13 contains materials restricted indefinitely; see finding aid; Contact reference staff for details.

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Preferred Citation

Smithsonian Institution Archives, Record Unit 7443, Smithsonian Early Enrichment Center, Records

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Container List

Series 1

RECORDS OF KATHLEEN BAXTER, 1984-1989. Arranged by subject and chronologically.

These records are from the office of Kathleen Baxter, who was Co-Chair of the Smithsonian Institution Women's Council Child Care Committee, 1985-1987, Secretary of the Child Care Advisory Board, 1987-1988, and President of the SEEC Board of Directors, 1988-1990. This series was arranged and described by Kathleen Baxter in 1991.

Box 1

Early Efforts, 1984-1987: These are brief records directly preceding the formation of the Smithsonian Child Care Advisory Board. Includes a chronology, up to 1986, of efforts by the Smithsonian Institution Women's Council (SIWC) to establish a child care center, beginning with the establishment of the SIWC in 1972.

Folder 1 Memos, notes, SIWC chronology: 1984-1987

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Meetings, 1987-1989: Agenda, minutes, notes, reports and other records of the meetings of the child care board, in its various incarnations: i.e. the Smithsonian Child Care Advisory Board, the Smithsonian Child Care Center Board, and the Smithsonian Early Enrichment Center Board. Also includes draft and final application forms, policy committee notes and actions, and records and proposals generated by the consultants hired by the Board during its formation: the Center for Child Care Alternatives, Inc. (CCCA).

Folder 2 Minutes, Reports, etc.: January 1987-August 1987

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Folder 3 Minutes, Reports, etc.: September 1987-April 1988

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Folder 4 Minutes, Reports, etc.: May 1988-December 1988

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Folder 5 Minutes, Reports, etc.: December 1988-October 1989

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Committees, 1987-1989: Records of the various committees established by the Board to accomplish the tasks necessary for the formation of a child care center. In this series are separate folders for the Fund-Raising Committee, the Publicity/Information Committee, and the Financial Committee. Records of the Advisory Board's Policy Committee, which evolved into the Executive Committee of the incorporated Board, the Budget Committee, and the Facilities Committee are interfiled with the Meetings records. Some of the records of the Curriculum Committee are interfiled with the "Curriculum Specialist Search" folder in the Personnel series, and some are in the Meetings records.

Folder 1 Fund-Raising: Ruth Osterweis Selig: June 1987-October 1988

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Folder 2 Publicity: Information packets, Network, etc: 1987

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Folder 3 Financial Aid Committee: 1988-1989

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Child Care Center Facilities, 1986-1989: In establishing a child care center at the Smithsonian, the Board researched other area federal child care centers and their operations, and prepared feasibility studies/proposals for each of the possible sites of a child care center at the Smithsonian: National Air and Space Museum, Arts & Industries, National Museum of American History, and National Museum of Natural History. Some of these proposals were put together by the consulting firm of Center for Child Care Alternatives. In addition, even before the original child care center opened at the National Museum of American History (SEEC), the Board was planning for the opening of a second center which would be for infants only (under two years of age); records relevant to that center are in the final folder.

Folder 4 Area Centers & General Accounting Office Report: 1986-1989

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Folder 5 National Air and Space Museum Proposal: 1986

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Folder 6 Arts & Industries Proposal: 1986

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Folder 7 National Museum of American History Proposal: 1986-1987

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Folder 8 National Museum of Natural History Proposal: 1986-1989

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Folder 9 Infant Center Planning; Board President's Files: November 1988-July 1989

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Official Proposal By Board, 1987-1988: On May 27, 1987, the Smithsonian Child Care Advisory Board made its official presentation to the Smithsonian Institution Management Committee in proposal of establishing a child care center at the Smithsonian. The proposal consisted of a business plan, an oral presentation, and a video.

Folder 1 Business Plan: May 1987 Proposal to SI

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Folder 2 Videotapes: Presentation to SI Management Committee, May 27 1987 (videotape); Video for public relations use, April 1988 (two U-matic tapes)

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Personnel, 1988-1989: Even before the child care center opened, the Board needed to select a director, who would in turn hire the center staff, and the Board selected a curriculum specialist who would develop a unique museum-based curriculum for the children in the center. Records relating to those two searches are in this series, in addition to the director's first performance appraisal and records in regard to an employee whose resignation was requested. Because of their personnel nature, access to these records is restricted to the current Chairman of the SEEC Board. [Restricted folders have been removed to Box 13.]

Folder 3 Director's Search - Top 4 Candidates: 1988 (See Box 13) [RESTRICTED]

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Box 4

Folder 1 Curriculum Specialist Position Search: 1988 (See Box 13) [RESTRICTED]

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Folder 2 Director's Performance Evaluation: July 1989 (See Box 13) [RESTRICTED]

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Folder 3 Resignations: 1989 (See Box 13) [RESTRICTED]

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Legal Records, 1987-1990: These records include legal documents, often in draft and final form, relating to the incorporation of the Board on November 19, 1987; the adoption of the by-laws and resolutions; indemnification insurance for Board members; etc. In the fall of 1989, Board President Kathleen Baxter completely revised the corporation's by-laws. Only the final form is included here, not the intermediate drafts with changes suggested by the Board. Legal counsel during the original Board's formation was Lauryn Grant, Smithsonian Office of the General Counsel; after the Center's opening and the installation of the first elected board of the SEEC, legal counsel was Board Vice-President John Daniel Reaves of Baker & Hostetler, Attorneys at Law, Washington, DC.

Folder 4 Original Incorporation & By-laws: November 1987-December 1988

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Folder 5 By-laws, Resolutions, Legal Paper: December 1988-October 1989, January 1990

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Folder 6 Insurance: 1989

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Manuals, 1988, 1989: To standardize policies and procedures for staff of the child care center (SEEC) and SEEC Board members, manuals were drawn up. The staff manual was written by the Center Director, Sharon Shaffer, and SEEC President Kathleen Baxter, and the original Board manual was written by Kathleen Baxter, in both cases with Board input and approval.

Folder 7 Staff Manuals: 1988, 1989

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Folder 8 Board Manual: September 1989 (Draft)

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Financial Records, 1989, 1990: These records include the 1989 audit and Fiscal Year 1990 budget, mainly from the files of Board Treasurer Diane Homiak. Additional records, proposed budgets, etc., are filed with the Meeting Records.

Folder 9 Annual Audit 1989

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Folder 10 Fiscal Year 1990 Budget

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General Board Records, 1987-1989: Records covering various activities and operations of the Board, primarily after its incorporation in November 1987.

Folder 11 Washington Child Development Council (WCDC) Membership: 1987-1988

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Folder 12 Name Contest: 1988

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Folder 13 Memos and Correspondence Outside of the Board: 1988

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Folder 14 Application and Parents Handbook: 1988-1989

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Folder 15 Parents Association: Meeting Minutes, Memos, Correspondence, etc.: 1988-1989

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Folder 16 Logo: 1989

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Folder 17 Product Development: Curriculum: 1988-1989

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Folder 18 Board Training: Carol Ann Rudolph: 1989

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Folder 19 Photos: October 27, 1988 (Plaque Dedication & Halloween Party)

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RECORDS OF GRETCHEN GAYLE ELLSWORTH, 1987-1988, with related records from 1985-1986. Arranged chronologically then alphabetically.

These records are from the office of Gretchen Gayle Ellsworth, the President of the Child Care Advisory Board from its formation in 1987 until the opening of the Center in 1988. They include all administrative correspondence, minutes and agendas of meetings, financial records, personnel records, and materials from the design and construction of the National Museum of American History Branch of the SEEC. The folder titles include abbreviations as used by Gretchen Gayle Ellsworth (GGE). CC stands for Child Care and CCAB stands for Child Care Advisory Board. [Some folders are restricted and have been removed to Box 13.]

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Folder 20 Secretary Adams and CCAB, 1987

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Folder 21 CCAB Announcements, 1987

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Folder 22 CCAB Budget, 1987

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Folder 23 Business plan, 1987

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Folder 24 Center for Child Care Alternatives, Inc., 1987

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Folder 25 Child Care Clips, 1987

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Folder 26 CCAB Outgoing Correspondence, 1987

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Folder 27 CCAB Incoming Correspondence, 1987

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Box 5

Folder 1 Correspondence - CCAB Thank You letters, December 1987

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Folder 2 Interboard Correspondence, 1987

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Folder 3 Curriculum Committee, 1987

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Folder 4 Curriculum Consultants, 1987

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Folder 5 Director Applicants, 1987 (See Box 13) [RESTRICTED]

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Folder 6 Director Applicants, continued, 1987 (See Box 13) [RESTRICTED]

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Folder 7 CCAB Facilities, 1987

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Folder 8 Friday Reports, 1987

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Folder 9 Fundraising Committee, 1987

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Folder 10 Fundraising and Contributions, 1987

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Folder 11 Board and Committee Membership Lists, 1987

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Folder 12 CCAB Meeting, Agendum and Minutes, 1987

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Folder 13 Miscellaneous GGE, 1987

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Folder 14 CCAB News and General Research Articles, 1985-1987

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Folder 15 Office of Design and Construction, 1986-1987

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Folder 16 Phase One Evaluations. Evaluations of Center for Child Care Alternatives, Inc. Phase One, 1987

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Folder 17 CCAB Volunteer List (Picnic), 1987

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Folder 18 Policy Committee, 1987

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Folder 19 Publicity and Special Events [Committee], 1987

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Box 6

Folder 1 Publicity Network, 1987

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Folder 2 Scope of Work. Details of Facility construction, 1987

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Folder 3 Sites and Space. Comparisons of possible child care sites, 1987

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Folder 4 Teaching Staff & Survey info, 1987

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Folder 5 Timelines for CCAB projects, 1987

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Folder 6 Miscellaneous - GGE. Remarks by GGE, D.C. Government form BRA-25, brochures, 1988

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Folder 7 Child Care Advisory Board. Committee lists, Random notes, 1988

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Folder 8 CC: Accounting, 1988

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Folder 9 Applicants for Admission, 1988

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Folder 10 CC: Architect - Engineer, 1988

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Folder 11 CC: Articles, 1988

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Folder 12 Benefit Plan Proposal, 1988

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Folder 13 Budget, 1988

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Folder 14 Curriculum Committee, 1988

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Folder 15 Design & Construction, 1988

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Folder 16 CC: Director Search - Information/GGE Letter/Position Description, 1988 [Unrestricted]

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Folder 17 CC: Director Search - Information/GGE Letter/Position Description, 1988 (See Box 13) [RESTRICTED]

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Folder 18 Director Search, 1988 (See Box 13) [RESTRICTED]

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Folder 19 Director Search - Applicant Correspondence, 1988 (See Box 13) [RESTRICTED]

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Folder 20 CC: Fundraising Committee, 1988

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Folder 21 CC: Furnishings, 1988

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Folder 22 CC: Inventory, 1988

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Folder 23 CC: Letterhead, 1988

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Folder 24 CC: Lighting, 1988

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Folder 25 CC: Meetings - Minutes/Agendas/Notes, 1988

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Folder 26 Mission Statement/Fact Sheet/Letter to SI Employees, 1988

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Folder 27 CC: Newsletter, 1988

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Folder 28 CC: Name contest, 1988

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Folder 29 Center for Child Care Alternatives - Smithsonian Information Packet, 1988

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Folder 30 Parent's Manual, 1988

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Folder 31 Reference Checks, 1988 (See Box 13) [RESTRICTED]

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Series 3

RECORDS OF KATHERINE SPRAGUE (TKAC), 1981-1982, 1985-1990. Arranged chronologically and by subject.

These records are from the office of Katherine Sprague (TKAC), who was the Co-Chair of the Smithsonian Institution Women's Council Child Care Committee, 1985-1987, the Treasurer of the Child Care Advisory Board, 1987-1988, and a member of the Infant Task Force, 1988-1990. These records are almost all about the site search, design, and construction of the two centers, but they also include minutes of meetings and correspondence.

Box 6

Efforts Before Child Care Advisory Board Creation, 1981-1982, 1985-1987

Folder 32 Facilities Materials, 1981-1982

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Folder 33 Site Search - National Air and Space Museum and National Museum of Natural History, 1985-1987

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Box 7

Folder 1 Site Search and Proposal - National Museum of American History, 1985-1986

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Folder 2 Site Search and Proposal - Arts & Industries Building, 1986

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Child Care Advisory Board, 1986-1988

Folder 3 Miscellaneous CCAB Materials, 1987-1988

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Folder 4 Playground, 1987-1988

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Folder 5 Security Checks, 1988

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Folder 6 Curtains, 1988

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Folder 7 Construction Phase, 1988

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Folder 8 CCAB Budget Committee, 1987-1988

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Folder 9 CCAB Facilities Committee, 1986-1987

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Folder 10 National Museum of American History Child Care Center - Design - Correspondence and Memoranda, March-September, 1987

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Folder 11 National Museum of American History Child Care Center - Design - Correspondence and Memoranda, October, 1987-February, 1988

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Folder 12 National Museum of American History Child Care Facility Specifications, January 29, 1988

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Box 8

Folder 1 National Museum of American History Child Care Facility Blueprints - Floor Plan Schemes, 1987

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Folder 2 National Museum of American History Child Care Facility Blueprints - Playground, 1987

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Folder 3 National Museum of American History Child Care Facility Blueprints - Completed Design, 1987

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Infant Task Force, 1988-1990

Folder 4 Infant Task Force, October, 1988-June, 1989

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Folder 5 Infant Task Force, June, 1989-1990

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Box 9

Folder 1 Infant Care Center Specifications - 65% Submission, 1989

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Folder 2 Infant Care Center Specifications - 95% Submission, 1989

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Folder 3 Infant Care Center Environmental Health and H.V.A.C. Study Report - 95% Submission, 1989

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Folder 4 Infant Care Center Specifications - Final Submission, 1990

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Folder 5 Infant Care Center Blueprints 1. Includes untitled, Concept Submission, H.V.A.C. Study #1, Schematics, 1989

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Infant Care Center and Miscellaneous Improvements - Final, February 23, 1990; Infant Care Center and Miscellaneous Improvements - 65% Submission, March 23, 1989

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Infant Care Center and Miscellaneous Improvements - 95% Pre-Final Resubmission

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Series 4

RECORDS OF THE DIRECTOR, SMITHSONIAN EARLY ENRICHMENT CENTER, 1987-1992, with some records from 1993-1994. Arranged by subject.

These are the records of the office of Sharon Shaffer, Director of the Smithsonian Early Enrichment Center from 1987 to 1992, with records of the IBM/SEEC curriculum project from 1993 to 1994. The records include material from before and after the opening of both branches of the SEEC. They include meeting minutes and agenda, correspondence, financial records, personnel attendance, child injury records, and records of the IBM/SEEC curriculum project.

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Meetings, 1987-1992: Materials include meeting minutes, agenda, correspondence, and announcements regarding the SEEC Board of Directors and the SEEC Parents Association.

Folder 1 Board of Directors, undated, November 1987-September, 1988. Includes original of Parent's Manual and Resolutions/By-laws.

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Folder 2 Board of Directors, October 1988-December 1989

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Folder 3 Board of Directors, 1990

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Folder 4 Board of Directors, 1991

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Folder 5 Board of Directors, January-July 1992, and undated

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Folder 6 Parents Association, undated, February 1989-March 1992

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Financial Statements, 1987-1991. Arranged in chronological order: Materials include budgets; expenditures; tax forms, including tax exemption applications; and Census Bureau forms.

Folder 1 Treasurer's Report, 1987-1988

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Folder 2 Insurance Records, 1988-1990

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Folder 3 State of Maryland Employers ID Number, 1988

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Folder 4 State of Virginia Employers ID Number, 1988

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Folder 5 District of Columbia Employers ID Number, 1988

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Folder 6 District of Columbia Unemployment Tax, 1988

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Folder 7 Automatic Data Processing, 1988

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Folder 8 Response to Census Bureau, 1988

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Folder 9 Treasurer's Correspondence, 1988

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Folder 10 Tax Deduction Booklet, 1988

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Folder 11 Tax Exemption, 1988

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Folder 12 Tax Filing Records - employee, 1988-1989

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Folder 13 Financial Statements, FY 1989

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Folder 14 Statements as of August 31, 1990

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Folder 15 Subsidiaries and other information, 1990

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Folder 16 Tax Filing Records, January-October 1990

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Box 12

Folder 1 Financial Statements, FY 1990

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Folder 2 Transfer of Funds, FY 1990, FY 1991

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Folder 3 Insurance Records, 1991-1992

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Folder 4 Financial Statements, FY 1991

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SEEC Operations and Projects, 1988-1994: Materials include records of day to day non-financial operations, including the attendance of the staff and the children's injury reports. [Some folders are restricted and have been removed to Box 13.]

Folder 5 Personnel Salary and Attendance Records, 1988-1989, 1992 (See Box 13) [RESTRICTED]

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Folder 6 Child Accident Reports, 1989-1992

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Folder 7 IBM/SEEC Curriculum Project, 1989-1994

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Series 5

RESTRICTED FILES

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Folder 1 Director's Search - Top 4 Candidates: 1988

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Folder 2 Curriculum Specialist Position Search: 1988

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Folder 3 Director's Performance Evaluation: July 1989

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Folder 4 Resignations: 1989

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Folder 5 Director Applicants, 1987

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Folder 6 Director Applicants, cont., 1987

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Folder 7 CC: Director Search - Information/GGE Letter/Position Description, 1988

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Folder 8 Director Search, 1988

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Folder 9 Director Search - Applicant Correspondence, 1988

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Folder 10 Reference Checks, 1988

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Folder 11 Personnel Salary and Attendance Records, 1988-1989, 1992

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