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Repository: St. Louis Mercantile Library Special Collections
Title: Parkview Heights Papers
Extent: 1 folder
Location note: Vault -- vertical files
Abstract: Papers regarding the Blackjack controversy, in which residents tried to block developers who planned a low-income housing project called Parkview Heights.
Scope and Content note: Typescript copies of documents regarding the Parkview Project, a 108-unit low and moderate-income housing project that was opposed by the citizens of Black Jack, Missouri. Documents include a Chronological History of the Black Jack Controversy; By-Laws of the Park View Heights Corporation; correspondence; fact sheet for the Park View Heights development; memorandum; and the Articles of Incorporation of Parkview Heights.
Controlled Access Headings:
- Black Jack (Mo.)
Conditions Governing Access note: This collection is open for research.
Conditions Governing Use note:
Access Restrictions: Some of the material in this collection may be photocopied, digitally scanned or photographed, subject to condition and the judgment of Library staff. Library staff members reserve the right to deny reproduction services for any reason at any time.
Copyright Information: The researcher assumes full responsibility for observing all copyright, property, and libel laws as they apply.
Fee Services: Fees associated with staff research time, cost recovery in reproductions processing time and materials, and licensing may apply.
Preferred Citation note: The preferred citation for this collection is "From the collections of the St. Louis Mercantile Library at UM - St. Louis."