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Business and Industrial Coordinating Council (BICC) Collection

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MG Nwk BICC-(Main)

Scope and Contents

Box 1: contains drafts of a history of BICC (1973); a file labeled "Task Force"; training and personnel manuals; certificates; bylaws; budgets; minutes, etc. (ca. 1967-1973)

Box 2: contains 6 binders of material labeled "Executive Director's Report" (1970-1972); " Executive Committee Minutes" (1970-1975); " Minutes" (1970-1973); " Programs" (1970-1973); "Computer Match" (1971-1972); and " Finance and Budget" (1971-1972).


  • 1963 - 1973


Conditions Governing Use

Researchers wishing to publish, reproduce, or reprint materials from this collection must obtain permission. Photocopying of materials is limited and no materials may be photocopied without permission from library staff.

Biographical / Historical

Newark's Business and Industrial Coordinating Council (BICC), 46 Branford Place, was established in 1963 to address inequities in job opportunities, especially apparent in the predominantly white work force then constructing the new Barringer High School and the Rutgers-Newark campus, and unemployment among minority groups. Among the early leaders of BICC were Peter V. R. Schuyler of United Way, K. Wade Bennett and Charles W. Garrison of Bamberger's, and Derek T. Winans. Kenneth A. Gibson was co-chair of the Community Affairs Committee.


.83 Linear Feet (2 Hollinger boxes)

Language of Materials