Burlington Area Community Health Study Collection
Scope and Content
This collection contains public affairs pamphlets, a scrapbook with newspaper clippings pertaining to the study and correspondence between the Steering and Advisory Committee, and Mrs. Ethan Sims, chairperson of the Advisory Committee. Also included are reports on such specific community needs as housing, water supplies and systems, educational and recreational systems, schools and institutions and aid to the mentally handicapped.
Language of Materials
Collection is open for research.
All requests for permission to publish or quote from manuscripts must be submitted in writing to the Curator of Manuscripts.
The greater Burlington area was one of 22 communities in the United States chosen in 1963-1964 to make a self study of local health need and resources. The Burlington Area Community Health Study included Burlington, South Burlington, Colchester, Shelburne, Williston, Winooski, and Essex. It was sponsored by the University of Vermont, the city of Burlington and the National Commission On Community Health. Its stated goals were to gather the information necessary to plan for the future needs of the growing greater Burlington community.
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The greater Burlington area was one of 22 communities in the United States chosen in 1963-64 to make a self-study of local health needs and resources. This collection contains public affairs pamphlets, a scrapbook with newspaper clippings pertaining to the study, and the correspondence between the steering and Advisory Committee and Mrs. Ethan Sims, Chairperson of the Advisory Committee.
Library Research Annex.
- Inventory of the Burlington Area Community Health Study Collection, 1963-1964
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