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Collaborative Architecture, Urbanism, and Sustainability Web Archive (CAUSEWAY)

Collected by: Ivy Plus Libraries Confederation

Archived since: Jun, 2014


The Collaborative Architecture, Urbanism, and Sustainability Web Archive (CAUSEWAY) is a joint initiative by the art and architecture librarians at Brown, Columbia, Cornell, Dartmouth, Johns Hopkins, Harvard, Princeton, and Yale universities, and the universities of Chicago and Pennsylvania, under the auspices of the Ivy Plus Libraries Confederation. This project aims to preserve websites devoted to the related topics of architecture, urban fabric, community development activism, public space and sustainability in order to guarantee the continuing availability of these important but potentially ephemeral documents for researchers and scholars.

Subject:   Historic preservation Community development Natural areas Public spaces,  Housing

Housing & Community Development Authority, Indiana

Collected by: Indiana State Library

Archived since: Jul, 2020


IHCDA's mission is to help communities build upon their assets to create places with ready access to opportunities, goods, and services. We also promote, finance, and support a broad range of housing solutions, from temporary shelters to homeownership. IHCDA's work is done in partnership with developers, lenders, investors, and nonprofit organizations that use our financing to serve low- and moderate-income Hoosiers.

Subject:   Government - US States Human services,  Housing ,  Community development

Housing & Property

Collected by: National Library of Ireland

Archived since: Oct, 2019


Irish websites relating to the provision of housing and homeless services across Ireland. This is an ongoing collection.

Subject:   Government Society & Culture Politics & Elections,  Housing ,  Homelessness

Lieutenant Governor, Indiana

Collected by: Indiana State Library

Archived since: Aug, 2020


This page is maintained and dedicated to the acting Lieutenant Governor of Indiana. The office of lieutenant Governor was created by Article 5, Sec. 2 of the Indiana Constitution. The term of office is four years, the same as that of the governor. Candidates for lieutenant governor are nominated at an annual party convention. The party's nominees for governor and lieutenant governor then run as a team, ensuring that those elected will be of the same political party and governing philosophy. Under the Indiana Constitution, the lieutenant governor is charged with presiding over the Senate during its session, as well as casting deciding votes in the event of a tie. In addition, the lieutenant governor is charged with assuming the role of governor if the sitting governor becomes unable to fulfill the duties of office or if the office falls vacant due to death.

Subject:   Government - US States Politics & Elections Government policy Legislators Tourist trade Agriculture,  Housing ,  Rural development

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