Talk:Joseph T. Taylor

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(If moved back to the article it should be tightened and possibly converted to prose. RJFJR (talk) 15:01, 19 March 2011 (UTC)) He served on the following boards:

  • 1972 Federal Judge S. Hugh Dillon appointed him as co-commissioner of the interim desegregation plan for the Indianapolis Public Schools
  • He served on the board of directors of Berea College (Kentucky)
  • Church Federation of Greater Indianapolis
  • Community Service Council of Indianapolis
  • Family Service Association of Indianapolis
  • Franklin United Methodist Home (Johnson County, Indiana)
  • Indianapolis Power and Light Company
  • Madame Walker Urban Life Center
  • Martin University
  • National Conference of Christians and Jews
  • New Hope Foundation
  • St. Elizabeth’s Home
  • The United Way of Greater Indianapolis
  • The Indianapolis Urban League
  • Board of Director Member for both the YMCA and the YWCA in Indianapolis
  • Marion County Tuberculosis Association
  • Children’s Bureau of Indianapolis
  • Methodist Senior Citizens Residencies
  • Indiana Association for Retarded Children
  • Indiana House Authority, Health, Education, and Welfare Community of the Greater Indianapolis Progress Committee
  • Broadway Methodist Church [1]
    • ^ Reynolds, A. (1992, June 19). Re: Joseph Taylor. Daily Journal, Johnson County. Clippings File. Ruth Lilly Special Collections and Archives, University Library, Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis