I've got good news and bad news (yes, perhaps you better sit). I don't want to sound like a doomsayer (I very often am, I just don't want to SOUND like it). Research isn't rocket science but very often there are no easy - or even easily accessible - answers. As an increasing number of public agencies and activities charge "fees" to "recover their costs" it won't become any easier. You state you've requested records. Trust me, there's a 99.9% chance you'll be disappointed. That's the bad news (you can stand now); the good news is there's a equally 99.9% chance I can provide what you need. Contact me when you're ready.
P. S. Re the above. I've been around a long time; observed and experienced a lot of things. Many I disagree with but very few I don't understand (or, at least, try to). Chief among the latter is how ever-increasing numbers, following like so many sheep, continue to pay for the same thing many times over. Specifically, PUBLIC information from PUBLIC sources supported by PUBLIC funds. We now pay the highest taxes of any country on earth (many are unaware of this because of the "smoke and camouflage") - and get increasingly less return. Sadly, the relatively few who are aware don't seem to be concerned - at least not enough to get involved in a meaningful way (a lot of symbolism; little or no substance).
A recent posting, Marilyn Everts Critari's Message #6236, is yet a another reminder of how political, social and legal correctness and expedience, etc., has replaced the teaching (or even sharing) of history, heritage and the simplest traditions. And also, sadly enough, economics (never has the old saying about the fool and his money seemed truer - and many reading this have probably never even heard of that saying). Throughout society as well as our so-called educational system.
I don't usually air opinions and try to avoid personal remarks and observations. Those who post messages are seeking information and I try to confine my remarks to that. I try also to bear in mind always another old saying (I've got a million of 'em), "Opinions are like armpits (that's not usually the part of the anatomy I refer to but the kiddies may be reading): everybody's got 'em and they all stink!" Mine included. With that, I'll put my soap box away (another old expression) and get back to work.