Johnson, Byron L., 1917- -- Archives.
Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:
BYRON L. JOHNSON PAPERS
SCOPE AND CONTENT This collection comprises the papers, clippings and other documents assembled by Byron Johnson as a state representative and as a member of the U.S. Congress. Items related to a short-lived attempt at a liberal coalition in the mid-1960s called the National Conference for New Politics are also found here. Johnson was a leading expert on public transportation, and those interests are much in evidence in his collection. Many of the materials were accumulated while he was serving as...
MILE HIGH HOUSING ASSOCIATION RECORDS
Scope and Contents The Mile High Housing Association Records contain material on the housing cooperative. The collection covers the formation, continued operation and eventual dissolution of the first Federal Housing Authority insured single-family dwelling cooperative in the United States. Material consists of administrative papers, original designs of the homes and overall site, financial accounts, historical notes, insurance records, legal documents and minutes of the board of directors and committee...