The Pacoima Revitalization, Inc. Collection describes the organization's historical development and depicts the various activities of PRI within the community. Included in the papers are articles of incorporation, audit reports, by-laws, correspondence, memorandums, minutes, project proposals, published articles, pamphlets and reports. The PRI collection is especially insightful for the research on urban redevelopment and community pride. It has been arranged in five series: Administrative Records (1978-1981), Correspondence and Memorandums (1978-1981), Subject Files (1974-1981), Printed Matter (1973-1981), and Non-Manuscript Material (1974, 1978-1979).
Series I, Administrative Records , consists of PRI's administrative records which include agendas, articles of incorporation, audit reports, by-laws, minutes, news releases, reports and related papers. The files are arranged in alphabetical order.
Series II, Correspondence and Memorandums, consists of correspondence with banks, board members, community and national organizations, and in-house memorandums. The files are arranged in alphabetical order and chronological within individual file folders.
Series III, Subject Files, consists of materials collected or written by PRI that represent the operation of the organization. Included in the records are agreements, correspondence, flyers, forms, memorandums, minutes, newspaper clippings, pamphlets, proposals and reports. The files are arranged in alphabetical order.
Series IV, Printed Matter, contains published brochures, bulletins, newsletters, monthly reports and related printed documents collected by PRI in reference to their activities. The files are arranged in alphabetical order by author.
Series V, Non-Manuscript Material, includes 140 color 35mm Slides, 1 cassette tape, and 8 oversized maps.