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Membership Committee
List of the committee members (1967); Request for application materials, and the cover letter sent with such materials (1968); Letter from member requesting an additional copy of the membership directory (1968); Letter requesting checks to cover the committee's expenses (1968); Letter from the committee chairman to the secretary stating that he had notified certain applicants that they are likely to be accepted into membership, also requests that the secretary send these applicants the registration and reservation forms (1967); Biographical resumes of applicants and blank comment sheets (1967); Cover letter to application materials sent to Allan Walt (1967); Correspondence in regards to the death of member Marion Betty (1967); Letter requesting the sending of application materials and cover letter sent with such materials (1967); Correspondence regarding member Albert J. Hoban, includes: a letter sent to him at the NLRB notifying him of his failure to pay dues, a letter back from the NLRB stating that he is sick, and a letter that accompanied the previous year's dues which noted that because of his new position he would not be doing arbitration, but that he wished to remain "on the rolls" (1967); Letter transferring Certificates of Membership for new members to the president for signing (1967); Excerpt from the Board of Governors' meeting minutes, includes: a dues waiver for member Harry Abrahams, a list of the new members, a list of applications being held for further investigation, a list of resignations from the Academy, and notification that 61 Charter Member Certificates have been prepared and issued (1967); Letter from a member requesting that application materials be sent to George E. Bar dwell, includes the cover letter sent with such materials (1967); Letters sent to members who have neglected to pay their dues (1967); Letter to member Harry Abrahams notifying him that his dues have been waived (1967); Letter from new member William P. Halloran thanking for his admittance, and noting his enclosed affirmation and dues statement. Also, inquires as to the difference in dues levels. The included Academy reply states that the levels are an indication of the amount of arbitration a member does (1967); Letter from new member thanking for his admittance, and noting enclosed dues statement and check (1967); Letter to member Harry Abrahams notifying him that the Board of Governors voted to waive his dues (1967); Letters making arrangements for new members, includes: sending them the current Volume of Proceedings, inscription of Certificates of Membership, and sending them the insurance material (1967); Letters to new members informing them of their acceptance into membership (1967); List of the names and addresses of the new members (1967); Handwritten letter from the chairman of the committee to the secretary informing the secretary of the new members addresses for the mailing of the acceptance letters (1967); "Report of Membership Committee Board of Governors Meeting October 21. 1967", includes: a list of the applicant's names with their biographical resumes who the committee recommends for admittance, "approved" handwritten with the date by each name, a list of the applicants being held for further processing and brief reasons as to why (1967); Request for application materials, and cover letter sent with such materials (1967); Letter to member explaining why an applicant, whom this member wrote disapprovingly of, was accepted (1967); Dues statement of member Edward J. Allan on which he requests to be put on the list of retired members (1967); Letter from the president to the secretary concerning: the dates of the 1970 meeting, putting on the agenda consideration of Harry Abrahams request for a dues waiver, and questions as to who should make his (the president's) hotel reservations. Letter also states that the president will update the secretary about the speaker for the upcoming annual meeting (1967); Requests for application materials and cover letters sent with such materials (1967); Biographical resumes of applicants with blank comment sheets (1967); Letters requesting application materials and cover letters sent with such materials (1967); Resignation letter from Orme W. Phelps, Academy reply states its regret (1967); Correspondence regarding Samuel Krimsky's application, includes: request for materials, sending in of application, and transferral to committee (1967); Correspondence concerning John R. Coleman, a former Academy member, includes: a letter from Haverford College, where Coleman is about to become president, inquiring if he is still an Academy member, and the Academy reply which states that he resigned and gives his dates of membership (1967); Letter requesting checks to cover committee expenses (1967); Letter transferring a page of the Board of Governors meeting minutes (1967); Cover letter to application materials sent to applicant Ray Marshall (1967); Letter from member E. L. Keller requesting an additional dues statement since he misplaced the first one (1967); Packet of material sent to the membership regarding the possibility of the Academy establishing a pension and retirement program plan (1967); "National Academy of Arbitrators Appointments 1967", a list of officers, board of governors, committee members, editors, and regional chairmen (1967); Letter from applicant J.F.W. Weatherill stating that he is sending his application to the committee chairman (1967); Letter to printer requesting several blank Certificates of Membership for examination by the Academy to determine what the special certificates for charter members should look like (1967); Letter from the secretary to the president noting that the Seibel report (on a pension and retirement plan) will be reproduced and distributed to the membership, and informing that about 60 charter certificates of membership will be made up and will need to be signed by the president and the secretary, and also noting that reimbursements will now be issued for travel expenses of Board of Governors meetings (1967); Letter from a member requesting that application materials be sent to Harry W. Arthurs and I.F.W. Weatherill, included are the cover letters sent with these materials (1967); Cover letter sent with the address plates to get them changed and get new ones made (1967); The committees report from the Board of Governors' Meeting minutes, includes: a list of the new members with notification that one applicant was denied due to insufficient experience, and that the committee is giving further consideration to the application of Walter G. Seinsheimer (1967); "Special Report - Pension Plan Inquiry", from the Board of Governors' meeting minutes, briefly describes some of Larry Seibel's findings and asks him to "consider the discussions and report further on the matter" (1967); Letter from applicant Raymond L. Britton requesting application materials, and the cover letter sent with such materials (1967); Letter from member Jacob Finkelman requesting that his mailing and office addresses appear separately in the directory, Academy reply states that it will be done (1967); Letter from the First National Bank of Denver noting the death of member J. Glenn Donaldson and requesting he be taken off the membership list (1967); Letter to applicant L. Whiting Farinholt, Jr. suggesting that he withdraw his application since it is unlikely he will be accepted due to his insufficient experience, letter also suggests that he reapply at a later date (1967); Letter from the secretary to the president transferring the new members' Certificates of Membership for signing by the president (1967); Letter noting that a committee report could be held until the fall (1967); Letter transferring several applicants' files with an attached that list of the applicants who are recommended for admittance along with their biographical resumes. Letter also outlines the case of Raymond Scheib whom the Academy recommends for rejection on the basis of insufficient experience (1967); Material summarizing dues payments, both how many, and who have paid at each level (1967); Note from member Charles G. Hampton transferring his dues payment, and explaining that it was late due to illness, included is a letter from the Academy thanking him for his payment (1967); Correspondence regarding the resignation of member John R. Coleman resulting from his mail not being forwarded to his new address (1967); Report of the Committee on the Training of New Arbitrators (1967); Material summarizing dues payments, both how many, and who nave paid at each level (1967); Letter responding to member Paul A. Dodd's request for a list of charter members. Letter states that there is no list but the Academy should try to identify who the charter members are, and make one up (1967); Letter from member requesting that application materials be sent to Edward C. King, includes the cover letter sent with such materials (1967); Academy reply to an invitation to SUNY Buffalo's new president's inauguration ceremony which states that member David R. Kochery will be present to represent the Academy (1967); Letter noting that the committee will not have a report for the May 6 Board of Governors' meeting (1967); Letter from member enclosing dues payment, and the Academy reply thanking for payment (1967); Correspondence regarding John R. Coleman's resignation which resulted from what he felt was a rude letter concerning his failure to pay dues (he did not receive the earlier letters due to a change in his address, only the final notice). The Academy's reply explains the procedure and apologizes for any offense (1967); Letters staffing the committee (1967); Letter of resignation, due to bad health, from member Thomas Norton (1967); Letters making arrangements for new members, includes: inscription of Certificates of Membership, and the sending of insurance materials (1967); Letter sent to new members informing them of their acceptance into membership (1967); Letter listing the names and addresses of the new members (1967); Material concerning the death of member J. Glenn Donaldson, including: a letter notifying the president, an obituary, and a sympathy letter sent to his wife (1967); Form sent out to membership to get their preferences as to the month they would like the annual meeting to be held in (1967); Letters sent to members who have failed to pay their dues informing them that if their dues are not received, they will be suspended (1967); Letter from committee chairman to the president informing him who the committee's members will be for the year (1967);