Minnesota Board on Aging records
Scope and Content
The records contain reference files, subject files, newsletters, and minutes of the Minnesota Board on Aging (MBA).
- Minnesota Board on Aging (Organization)
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Use of Materials
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The Minnesota Board on Aging (MBA) was founded in 1956 to provide information on services to seniors in Minnesota. The board has 25 members appointed by the governor. By working with Area Agencies, MBA proposes solutions to concerns of the elderly. Another responsibility of the MBA is to manage the funds of the Older American Act. This funding provides a variety of services to seniors throughout the state.
3.9 Linear Feet (3 boxes)
Records contain reference files, subject files, newsletters, and minutes of the Minnesota Board on Aging (MBA).
The papers are arranged into four series:
- Reference Files
- Subject Files
Other Finding Aid
Unpublished inventory available. Please contact the Archives for further information regarding this collection.
- Aged -- Services for Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
- Minnesota Board on Aging records
- Karen Spilman
- February 2005
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