New York State Governor Franklin D. Roosevelt Central Subject and Correspondence Files

Held by the New York State Archives

Overview

Arrangement

Administrative History

Scope and Content

Related Information

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Detailed Description


Overview of the Records

Repository:

New York State Archives

New York State Education Department

Cultural Education Center

Albany, NY 12230

Summary:
Franklin D. Roosevelt served two terms as governor of New York and administered the state's initial response to the Great Depression. He is remembered for advocating social security benefits for the elderly, unemployment insurance, aid to the state's farmers, reform of utility rate-making policies, and development of the state's hydroelectric power resources. In addition to these topics, Roosevelt's subject and correspondence files document the governor's oversight of investigations of inefficiency, incompetence, and misconduct on the part of state and local government officials.
Creator:
New York (State). Governor (1929-1932: Roosevelt)
Title:
Central subject and correspondence files
Quantity:
142.8 cubic feet, including 219 microfilm rolls
Inclusive Dates:
1929-1932
Series Number:
13682-82A

Arrangement

This bulk of this series is arranged alphabetically by subject. Materials pertaining to investigations of the government and magistrate's courts of the City of New York are filed at the end of the series.

Administrative History

Franklin D. Roosevelt was born in Hyde Park, New York on January 30, 1882. In 1905, he married Anna Eleanor Roosevelt and together the couple had six children. Roosevelt first entered government service upon election to the New York State Senate from his home district in 1910. He was appointed Assistant Secretary of the Navy by President Woodrow Wilson in 1913 and served in that position until 1920. That same year, Roosevelt received the Democratic Party's nomination for vice president and joined the ticket of presidential candidate James M. Cox. Following Republican candidate Warren Harding's defeat of Cox, Roosevelt returned to private life.

With the support and encouragement of Governor Alfred E. Smith, Roosevelt received the state Democratic Party's nomination for governor when Smith ran for president in 1928. Despite Smith's loss to Herbert Hoover in the national election, Roosevelt was elected governor by a narrow margin. He was reelected in 1930 before successfully pursuing the presidency himself in 1932. Reelected in 1936, 1940, and 1944, Franklin D. Roosevelt died in office on April 12, 1945 at the age of sixty-three.

As governor, Roosevelt successfully placed the issue of social security benefits for the elderly on the political agenda for future action. He promoted development of the state's hydroelectric power resources and favored state ownership and operation of power generating facilities, along with reform and tighter regulation of utility rate-making procedures. He defended the constitutional authority of the governor's office regarding formulation of the state's budget and supported a constitutional amendment to extend the term of the governor from two to four years. Following violent and destructive riots at two of the state's correctional institutions, the governor ordered an investigation of the state's prison and parole systems. Even prior to the onset of the Great Depression, Roosevelt supported a number of measures to ease the economic hardship of the state's farmers: tax relief; creation of a New York Milk Shed to control prices; economic planning and alternative land usage; rural electrification; road construction; and subsidies to support agricultural research.

Roosevelt was among the first governors to recognize the level of economic distress that the nation was facing following the stock market crash in October of 1929. In March 1930, he announced the appointment of a Commission on Stabilization of Industry, composed of business and labor representatives, to develop a long-term program for industrial mobilization and prevention of unemployment. Roosevelt became the first governor in the nation to propose unemployment insurance, funded through joint contribution by employees, employers, and government, to alleviate human distress and support the economy in times of market fluctuation. He also secured the legislature's approval for the establishment of the Temporary Emergency Relief Administration (TERA), which was to administer "unemployment and distress relief" for an "emergency period" of seven months beginning November 1, 1931. In November of 1932, the state's electorate approved a bond issue extending the life of TERA into the administration of Governor Herbert Lehman.

In addition to the worsening economic crisis, Roosevelt was forced to address serious issues of crime and corruption. Carefully balancing his personal opposition to Prohibition and desire to stem the proliferation of organized crime with the political necessity of courting temperance forces, Roosevelt argued for repeal of the Eighteenth Amendment in favor of local option and local enforcement of strict liquor-control laws. He also appointed a Commission on Revision of the Banking Law in response to a Moreland Act commission investigation of the Banking Department's operations in the case of City Trust Company. Roosevelt balanced his need to retain the political support of Tammany Hall with pressure from Republican opponents and reformers to address corruption in New York City's government and magistrate's courts. In August 1930, he requested that the First Department of the Appellate Division of the Supreme Court conduct an investigation of the city's magistrate's courts and proposed Samuel Seabury to oversee the process. In March of 1931, Roosevelt asked Seabury to lead an investigation into charges of inefficiency and incompetence on the part of New York County District Attorney Thomas C. T. Crain. In the summer of 1932, the governor convened hearings in response to charges, brought forth by the Joint Legislative Committee on the Affairs of the City of New York and the Joint Legislative Committee to Investigate New York City Government, of negligence and incompetence on the part of New York City Mayor James J. Walker.

Scholarship concerning the life and political career of Franklin D. Roosevelt is voluminous. Works consulted in preparation of this finding aid include Davis, Kenneth S. FDR: The New York Years, 1928-1933. New York: Random House, 1985; and Smith, Jean Edward. FDR. New York: Random House, 2007.

Scope and Content Note

The central subject and correspondence files of Franklin D. Roosevelt document the governor's response to social and economic issues both immediately prior to and following the onset of the Great Depression. Specific topics include social security benefits for the elderly; child welfare; unemployment insurance; industrial mobilization and employment stabilization; banking failures; establishment of the Temporary Emergency Relief Administration; income and direct tax reduction; economic assistance to farmers and rural infrastructure development; agricultural research and development; development, ownership, and operation of hydroelectric power resources; examination and reform of the Public Service Law and utility rate-making policies; establishment of the New York Power Authority; investigation of state prison and parole systems following riots at Dannemora and Auburn; revision of the state's system of civil and criminal judicial administration; and shortage of resources for proper care of patients in state mental hospitals.

Records in this series also document the governor's investigative powers and his efforts to address serious issues of crime and corruption. Topics include Prohibition and repeal of the Eighteenth Amendment; baseball pools and lotteries; investigation of the state Banking Department's operations in the City Trust Company case and resulting efforts to revise the state Banking Law; Appellate Division First Department investigation of the New York City magistrates' courts, including magistrate George Ewald; Samuel Seabury investigation into charges of inefficiency and incompetence on the part of New York County District Attorney Thomas C. T. Crain; hearings held by Governor Roosevelt in response to charges, brought forth by the Joint Legislative Committee on the Affairs of the City of New York and the Joint Legislative Committee to Investigate New York City Government, of negligence and incompetence on the part of New York City Mayor James J. Walker; and investigation and removal from office of Thomas M. Farley, sheriff of New York County.

The files themselves consist predominantly of original letters and telegrams from public officials and private citizens and organizations; unsigned copies of replies or memoranda from the governor forwarding correspondence to state or local government officials for action; copies of state and local government officials' replies to the governor and/or the original correspondents; and in some cases, unsigned copies of replies from the governor or his secretary directly to the original correspondents. Cross reference cards are present throughout the files, indicating alternate locations of material relevant to specific subjects or correspondents.

Given that a significant number of Governor Roosevelt's files pertain to investigations of inefficiency, incompetence, and misconduct on the part of state and local government officials, and commissions created to address public policy issues raised by these investigations, a voluminous body of preliminary and public hearing transcripts is included therein. These files also contain copies of legal documents including subpoenas, exhibits, statements of charges filed, briefs, opinions, and orders. Additional records include press releases and intermediate and final reports of legislative commissions and investigative bodies.

Related Information

Other finding aids

The Index roll of the microfilm copy of these records contains a list of original folder titles; an alphabetical list of special subjects, with cross-references to folders in which material is found; and a list of range of contents of each microfilm roll.

Use of Records

Access Restrictions

Access to certain records documenting Moreland Act investigations is restricted. Records are subject to review by State Archives staff prior to disclosure.

Available Alternate Formats

This series has been microfilmed on 219 rolls and is available for use onsite or through interlibrary loan.

Access Terms

Personal Name(s):

Roosevelt, Franklin D. (Franklin Delano), 1882-1945

Corporate Name(s):

New York (State). Executive Dept.

Geographic Name(s):

New York (State)--Politics and government

Subject(s):

Governors--New York (State)

Depression-1929--New York (State)

Social Security

Prohibition--New York (State)

Political corruption--New York (State)

Detailed Description

Note: These records are held by the New York State Archives

Contents Box Roll
List of original folder titles; alphabetical list of special subjects, with cross-references to folders in which material is found; list of range of contents of each microfilm roll Index
Aa - Ab 1 1
Ac - Adam 1 1
Adams 1 1
Adamson - Adi 1 1
Adjutant General: A 1 1
Adjutant General: B 1 1
Adjutant General: C 1 1
Adjutant General: D 1 1
Adjutant General: E 1 1
Adjutant General: F 1 1
Adjutant General: G 1 1
Adjutant General: H 1 1-2
Adjutant General: I-K 1 2
Adjutant General: Lee, M. A. 2 2
Adjutant General: L 2 2
Adjutant General: Mc 2 2
Adjutant General: M 2 2
Adjutant General: N 2 2
Adjutant General: Naval Defense Act 2 2
Adjutant General: Naval Militia 2 2
Adjutant General: O 2 2
Adjutant General: 102 Regiment Armory 2 2
Adjutant General: P-R 2 2
Adjutant General: S 2 2
Adjutant General: T; Taylor, William A. 2 3
Adjutant General: Underhill, E. S. 2 3
Adjutant General: V-W; Ward, F. W. 2 3
Adjutant General: Y-Z 2 3
Adj. - Adler, I. 2 3
Adler, Lillian 3 3
Adler, M. - Adm 3 3
Administration of Justice Commission 3 3
Adr-Ago 3 3
Agostine, Anthony 3 3
Agricultural and Industrial School 3 3
Agricultural School 3 3
Agriculture 3 3
Agriculture, Markets: A-B 3 3
Agriculture, Markets: C 3 3
Agriculture, Markets: D 3 3
Agriculture, Markets: F 3 4
Agriculture, Markets: G-H 3 4
Agriculture, Markets: J 4 4
Agriculture, Markets: K 4 4
Agriculture, Markets: L; Lindsay, Mrs. C. P. 4 4
Agriculture, Markets: M-Mc; Milk 4 4
Agriculture, Markets: N-O 4 4
Agriculture, Markets: P; Pyrke, Berne A. 4 4
Agriculture, Markets: R 4 4
Agriculture, Markets: S 4 4-5
Agriculture, Markets: T; Tubercular Cattle 4 5
Agriculture, Markets: U-Z 4 5
Ah - Ak 5 5
Ala - Alb 5 5
Albany Academy 5 5
Albany Bridge 5 5
Albany Chamber of Commerce 5 5
Albany - City 5 5
Albany Cohoes - Albany Office Building; Albany Greenbush Bridge 5 5
Albany Port Authority 5 5
Albany Post Road - Albany Typographical Union 5 5
Albe - Ald 5 5
Ale - Alle 5 5
Allegheny State Park Commission 5 5
Allen: A-Z 5 5-6
Allenson - Allwood 5 6
Alm - Amerg 6 6
American: A-Z 6 6
Ames - Amz; Ames, Mrs. Catherine; Ames, Charles F.; Amherst, Town of 6 6
Ana - Anm 6 6
Annabel, C. C. 6 6
Annabel, F. - Anti 6 6
Anti-Saloon League 6 6
Anti-Trust - Archer; Appellate Investigation 7 6
Architecture: A - M 7 6-7
Architecture: N-Z 7 7
Ard - Arn 7 7
Aro - Ast 7 7
Ath - Attix; Athletic Commission: Farley, J.A.; Attica Prison 8 7-8
Attorney General: A 8 8
Attorney General: B; Bennett, John J. 8 8
Attorney General: C 8 8
Attorney General: D 8 8
Attorney General: E 8 8
Attorney General: F 8 8-9
Attorney General: G 8 9
Attorney General: H 9 9
Attorney General: I-K 9 9
Attorney General: L 9 9
Attorney General: M 9 9
Attorney General: N 9 9
Attorney General: O; Opinions 9 9
Attorney General: Power Investigation 9 9
Attorney General: P-Q 9 9
Attorney General: R 9 9-10
Attorney General: S 9 10
Attorney General: Secretary of State 9 10
Attorney General: T 10 10
Attorney General: U 10 10
Attorney General: V 10 10
Attorney General: W; Ward, Hamilton 10 10
Attorney General: Y 10 10
Atw - Ave; Auburn Prison Riots 10 10
Auc - Ave 10 11
Aviation Commission 10 11
Ax - Az 10 11
Baa - Bai; Bacon, H. R. 11 11
Baker 11 11
Bal - Bam 11 11
Ban - Bank; Banking Board 11 11
Banking Commission 11 12
Banking Department: A; Advisory Bank Committee 11 12
Banking Department: Bar - Bri (General); Binghamton Bank; Broderick, Joseph A. 12 12
Banking Department: Bro-But 12 12-13
Banking Department: C 12 13
Banking Department: D-F 12 13
Banking Department: G-H 13 13
Banking Department: I-L 13 13-14
Banking Department: M 13 14
Banking Department: N-R 13 14
Banking Department: S-U 13 14
Banking Department: V-Z 14 14-15
Banking Department: Reports 14 15
Banking Department: Chelsea Bank, Trust Company 14 15
Banking Department: Kings County Special Term Court - City Trust Company 14 15
Banking Department: Investigation, City Trust Company Banking Department 14 15
Banking Department: Investigation, City Trust Company Banking Department 15 15
Banking Department: Bank of the United States - Failure: A - Z 15 15-16
Banking Commission: City Trust Co.; Preliminary Hearing - (Not microfilmed duplicated in bound volumes in Box 16) 15
Banking Commission: Preliminary Hearing of City Trust Company Investigation - pp. 1-221 16 210
Banking Commission: Preliminary Hearing of City Trust Company Investigation - Vol. 1 (pp. 222-976) Missing
Banking Commission: Preliminary Hearing of City Trust Company Investigation - Vol. 2 (pp. 977-1806) 17 210
Banking Commission: Preliminary Hearing of City Trust Company Investigation - Vol. 3 (pp. 1807-2775a) 18 211
Banking Commission: Preliminary Hearing of City Trust Company Investigation - Vol. 4 (pp. 2776-3520) 19 211-212
Banking Commission: Preliminary Hearing of City Trust Company Investigation - Vol. 5 (pp. 3521-4147) 20 212-213
Banking Commission: Preliminary Hearing of City Trust Company Investigation - Vol. 6 (pp. 4148-5151) 21 213-214
Banking Commission: Preliminary Hearing of City Trust Company Investigation - Vol. 7 (pp. 5152-5575a) 22 214
Banking Commission: Public Hearing of City Trust Company Investigation - (pp. 1-1844) 23 214-216
Banking Commission: Public Hearing of City Trust Company Investigation - (Not microfilmed - partial copy of Box 23) 24
Banking Commission: Index of Testimony in City Trust Hearings: A-K 25 216-217
Banking Commission: Index of Testimony in City Trust Hearings: L-Z 26 217
Banking Commission: Translation of Stenographic Notes of Mr. Warder, Sections 1-43 27 217-218
Banks - Bar 28 16
Bare - Baruch 28 16
Basc - Bast; Baseball Pools and Lottery 28 16-17
Bat - Baun; Bates, Sanford; Bates, Warner; Battle, George Gordon 29 17
Baumes Law 29 17
Baumg - Baynes 29 17
Beach - Beazall 29 17
Bech - Beckwith; Beck, Albert 29 17
Bed - Bem; Bedford Reformatory; Beede, Vincent V. M. 29 17
Ben - Bennett; Bennett, R.E. 29 17-18
Beno - Berk 29 18
Berkshire Industrial Home 30 18
Berl - Berz; Bertini, A. A.; Bertron, S. R. 30 18
Bes - Bey 30 18
Bia - Bik; Big Business Chain Stores 30 18
Bil - Birm; Bill Drafting; Billikopf, J.; Billingsley, Logan; Binghamton; Binghamton State Hospital 30 18
Birnbaum, Samuel M. 31 18
Biro - Black; Black River Regulating District 31 19
Blad - Blaz 31 19
Blea - Blod; Blind - Commission 31 19
Bloo - Bly; Blue, Alexander 32 19
Boa - Bog; Board of Dental Examiners; Board of Pharmacy; Board of Regents; Board of Supervisors; Board of Transportation, Brooklyn; Bogardus Estate 32 19-20
Bohan - Bolton 32 20
Bomb - Bond 32 20
Bond Issue - 1929 32 20
Bondi - Bont 32 20
Bonus 33 20
Bonus Bureau 33 20
Bonv - Booze 33 20
Booth Memorial Committee 33 20
Bor - Bot 34 20
Bou - Bow 34 20
Box - Boy 34 20
Bra - Braz; Brady, Peter J. 34 21
Breck - Brew; Breisch, Mrs. Charles 34 21
Bria - Bric 34 21
Bridge Authority 34 21
Bridge - Briganti 34 21
Brigden - Brin 34 21
Bris - Bron; British Embassy 34 21
Brook - Brooks; Brooklyn State Hospital; Brooklyn Unemployment Emergency Committee; Brooks, Franklin; Brooks, H. W. 35 21
Broome - Brower; Broome County Special Term Court; Brower, George E. 35 22
Brown: A - K 35 22
Brown: L - Z; Brown, Thomas C. 35 22
Browne - Broz 35 22
Bru - Brz; Brunner, William F. 35 22
Bub - Buc; Buckley, C. F. 35 22
Buchanan Estate: A - B 36 22
Buchanan Estate: C - H 36 22
Buchanan Estate: J - P 36 22
Buchanan Estate: R - Y (Only partially filmed) 36 22
Budget Bill 36 22
Budd - Budenz 36 22
Budget: A - B 36 22
Budget: C - F 36 22
Budget: G - J 37 23
Budget: K - P 37 23
Budget: General (2 folders) 37 23
Budget: P - S 38 23-24
Budget: T - Z 38 24
Budget: Miscellaneous; Bronx Parkway Extension; Greene, F. S.; State Parks; Wilson, J. 38 24
Budget Cut 38 24
Budget Advisory Commission (Bound Report) 38 24
Budget Suit Case: A - Z 39 24-25
Budget: Bound Report by the Director of the Budget 39 25
Buel - Buh; Buffalo State Hospital 40 25
Building 40 25
Buler - Bureau 40 25
Burg - Burt; Burns, Cornelius F.; Burns, Mrs. P. 40 25
Bury - Bust 40 25-26
Butch - Byron 40 26
Caa - Calz; Callaghan, Stephen; Callahan, P. H. 40 26
Cama - Camp 41 26
Camp Upton 41 26
Campi - Cap; Canals; Canney, Anthony J.; Capes, William P. 41 26
Cara - Carn; Cardashian, Vahan 41 26-27
Caro - Carst; Carrington, E.C. 41 27
Cart - Casp; Case, J. Martin 41 27
Cass - Caz 41 27
Cayuga Indians 42 27
Cay - Cet; Central Islip State Hospital; Central New York Park Commission; Central Welfare Committee 42 27
Chad - Chare 42 27
Charities: A 42 28
Charities: Ba 42 28
Charities: Be - Bo 42 28
Charities: Br - Bu 42 28
Charities: Ca - Ch 43 28
Charities: Ci - Cz 43 28-29
Charities: D; Danaher, Hortense 43 29
Charities: E 43 29
Charities: F 43 29
Charities: G 43 29-30
Charities: Ha - He 44 30
Charities: He - Hy; Heller, Jacob 44 30
Charities: I; Indian Affairs 44 30
Charities: J; Johnson, C.H. 44 30-31
Charities: K 44 31
Charities: L 44 31
Charities: Ma - Mc 45 31
Charities: Me - Mu 45 31
Charities: N 45 32
Charities: O 45 32
Charities: P 45 32
Charities: Q 45 32
Charities: R 45 32
Charities: Sai - Sis 45 32
Charities: Ske - Szy 46 33
Charities: T 46 33
Charities: U 46 33
Charities: V 46 33
Charities: W 46 33-34
Charities: X - Y - Z 46 34
Chari - Chav; Chase National Bank; Chase, Reverend William S. 47 34
Che - Chit; Chicago World's Fair Commission; Child Welfare Board 47 34
Cho - Cis 47 34
Cite - Cive 47 34
Civil Service: A - Ax; Arnold, E.C. 47 34-35
Civil Service: B 47 35
Civil Service: C; Civil Service Reform 48 35
Civil Service: D; Dowdle, W.J. 48 35
Civil Service: E 48 35
Civil Service: F; Ferguson, P. P. 48 35
Civil Service: G 48 35
Civil Service: H 48 35-36
Civil Service: I 48 36
Civil Service: J 48 36
Civil Service: K 48 36
Civil Service: L 48 36
Civil Service: Mc 49 36
Civil Service: M 49 36
Civil Service: N 49 36
Civil Service: O 49 36
Civil Service: P 49 36-37
Civil Service: R; Rice, W.G. 49 37
Civil Service: S; Smith, Mrs. C. B. 49 37
Civil Service: T 49 37
Civil Service: U 49 37
Civil Service: V 49 37
Civil Service: W 49 37
Civil Service: X - Y - Z 49 37
Civil - Civit 50 37
Clae - Clare 50 37
Clark 50 37
Clark, R. L. 50 37
Clarke Brothers Failure 50 37-38
Clarkson - Clay 50 38
Clea - Cli 50 38
Cloak and Suit Industry Conference 50 38
Cloc - Cly 51 38
Coad - Cogs 51 38
Coh - Cok; Cohoes Investigation 51 38
Cola - Coli; Colden, Charles S. 51 39
Coll - Colt 51 39
Col - Comme; Columbia County; Commercial Frauds Court 51 39
Commi - Comp; Commissioner of Deeds; Commissioner of Immigration; Commissioner of Pilots 51 39
Comptroller: A-Y; Tremaine, M. S. 52 39-40
Comp - Conf; Concurrent Resolutions; Conference of Mayors 52 40
Conf - Consc; Conmy, Thomas J. 53 40
Conservation: A 53 40
Conservation: B 53 40-41
Conservation: Cab - Cli 53 41
Conservation: Cob - Cou 53 41
Conservation: Cow - Cuy 53 41
Conservation: D 54 41
Conservation: E 54 41
Conservation: F; Fire Hazard 54 42
Conservation: G; Game Warden; Gaston, Herbert E. 54 42
Conservation: H 55 42
Conservation: J 55 42
Conservation: K 55 42
Conservation: L; Legge, L. 55 42-43
Conservation: Mc 56 43
Conservation: Me - Mo 56 43
Conservation: Morgenthau 56 43
Conservation: Mor - My 56 43
Conservation: N 56 43
Conservation: O 56 43
Conservation: P 56 43
Conservation: Publicity Bureau 56 43
Conservation: R; Reservoir, Malone 56 44
Conservation: Reforestation 56 44
Conservation: Sai - Sho 57 44
Conservation: Sic - Swo 57 44
Conservation: T 57 44-45
Conservation: U - V 57 45
Conservation: W 57 45
Conservation: X - Y - Z 57 45
Cons - Conw; Constitutional Amendment; Consul Generals 57 45
Cood - Cools 58 45
Coon - Coots; Coonon, J. E.; Cooper Institute 58 45
Cop - Corps; Cornell University Military Training 58 45-46
Correction, Department of: A 59 46
Correction, Department of: B 59 46
Correction, Department of: C 59 46
Correction, Department of: D 59 46
Correction, Department of: E 59 46
Correction, Department of: F 59 46
Correction, Department of: G 59 46
Correction, Department of: H 59 46
Correction, Department of: I - J 59 46
Correction, Department of: K; Kieb, Dr. R. F. C. 59 47
Correction, Department of: L 59 47
Correction, Department of: M 59 47
Correction, Department of: N 60 47
Correction, Department of: O 60 47
Correction, Department of: P-Q 60 47
Correction, Department of: Prison Guards 60 47
Correction, Department of: Prison Wardens 60 47
Correction, Department of: R 60 47
Correction, Department of: S; Seneca County Sites 60 47
Correction, Department of: T; Thayer, W. N. 60 47
Correction, Department of: U-V 60 47
Correction, Department of: W; Wilson, Joseph H. 60 47-48
Correction, Department of: X - Y - Z 60 48
Corrections: Prison Riots 60 48
Corr - Cott; Cost of Government Conference 60 48
Cou; Countryman, Macy; County Government; County Treasurer, Columbia County; Court of Claims 60 48
Cov - Cozz 61 48
Crabb - Crain 61 48
Crain, Thomas C. 61 48
Crain, Thomas - Hearings: pp. 1 - 725 62 190
Crain, Thomas - Hearings: pp. 726 - 1257 63 190-191
Crain, Thomas - Hearings: pp. 1258 - 1576a 64 191
Crain, Thomas - Hearings: pp. 1577 - 2204 65 191-192
Crain, Thomas - Hearings: pp. 2205 - 2819 66 192
Crain, Thomas - Hearings: pp. 2820 - 3116a 67 192
Crain, Thomas - Hearings: pp. 3317 - 3336a 68 192
Crain, Thomas - Hearings; Report and Opinion of Samuel Seabury; Revised Summary of Argument of Mr. Samuel Untermyer with Extracts from Brief of Messrs. Untermyer and Hartman 69 192
Cram - Crill 69 49
Crime Commission 69 49
Crime - Csop 69 49
Cuan - Cully; Cullen, John B.; Cullman, Howard S. 69 49
Culver - Curry; Curran, Peter J. 70 49
Curs - Czye 70 49
Dab - Dam; Daily, Vincent 70 50
Dana - Darr; D' Androsoff, Vera O.; Dann, John E.; Dannemora State Hospital 70 50
Dasch - Dav 70 50
Davis - Davito 70 50
Dawe - Dayton 70 50
Dea - Deer 71 50
Def - Dek 71 50
Del - Delaware 71 50
Delaware River Treaty Commission; Delaware River 71 50-51
Delaware - Dem 71 51
Dene - Denz 71 51
Dep - Des; Depression 71 51
Dete - D??Ha 72 51
Diack - Dicola 72 51
Diack - Dicola; Diamond Case 72 51
Dieb - Dimo 72 51
Dina - Dnei; Dirt Roads 72 51
Doak - Dod 72 51
Dod - Dohe; Dog Races 72 51-52
Dola - Donz; Donahue, Frank J.; Donahue, John V. 72 52
Doob - Dou; Doody, Leo 73 52
Dove - Draper; Downing, Bernard 73 52
Doyle, E.A. 73 52
Drawde International Mercantile Co., Inc. 73 52
Dre - Drz 73 52
Duben - Dum 73 52
Duna - Dury 73 53
Dusen - Dyster 74 53
Dziegiel, Anna 74 53
Eagle - Eaton; Eastman, Edna 74 53
Ebbs - Econ 74 53
Ebbs - Econ; Economic Conservation Commission 74 53
Eddings - Educ 74 53
Education Department: Cole, E. T. 75 53
Education Department: Flick, A. C. 75 53
Education Department - General: A - Sw 75 54
Education Department - General: T-Z; Walden School 76 55
Education Department - Graves, F. P.: A - H 76 55
Education Department - Graves, F. P.: J - S 76 55-56
Education Department - Graves, F. P.: T - V 77 56
Education Department - Graves, F. P.: General 77 56
Education Department: Hamilton, H. 77 56
Education Department: Little, R. M.; Westmoreland Central School; Winston, J. H. - Rhodes Scholarship 78 57
Education Department: Skinner, A. W. 78 57
Education Department: Sullivan, James 78 57
Education Department: Wilson, L. S. 78 57
Edwards; Edwards Estate 78 57
Ef - Eh; Egan, Frank 78 57-58
Eib - Eig 79 58
Eighteenth Amendment; Unanswered Letters 79 58
Eighteenth Amendment: Repeal - 1930 79 58
Eighteenth Amendment: Resolution 79 58
Eighth - Elz 80 58-59
Ema - Eme 80 59
Emergency Employment Committee 80 59
Emergency Milk Committee 80 59
Emergency Work Bureau 80 59
Emerick Estate 80 59
Emerick, J. B. - Emp; Employees Retirement System; Employment Bureau 80 59
Ena - Eppes; Enabling Act; Endicott - Johnson Strike; Engleman, A. J. 80 59
Eps - Erw 80 59
Escape - Eut 81 59
Evald - Evons; Evans, Dr. T.H. 81 59
Ew - Ex; Executive Mansion 81 59
Exp - Ext 81 60
Extraordinary Session 81 60
Ey 81 60
Fab - Fam; Fallon, Francis M. 81 60
Fan - Farley, J. 81 60
Farley, Thomas - Investigation 82 60-61
Farley, Thomas - Investigation: Opinion of FDR regarding Charges 82 194
Farley, Thomas - Testimony 83 61
Farley, Thomas - Testimony: First Day (Duplicate Copies - Not Microfilmed) 84
Farley, Thomas - Testimony: First and Second Days (Duplicate Copies - Not Microfilmed) 85
Farley, Thomas - Testimony: Second Day (Duplicate Copies - Not Microfilmed) 86
Farley, T - W 86 61
Farm 86 61
Farm Relief: A - G 86 61
Farm Relief: H - P 86 61
Farm Relief: R - Y; Yoakum, B. F. 86 61
Farm Relief: Memoranda 86 61
Farmer - Farwell; Farnsworth, Flora; Farrell, John J. 87 61-62
Fascism - Feder; Fearon, George R. 87 62
Federal: A - Z; Federal Bank of New York; Federal Power 87 62
Federal and State Tax Systems 87 62
Feder - Feoli 87 62
Ferber - Few 87 62
Fialla - Filonia 88 62
Fimple - First 88 62
Fisch - Fish 88 62-63
Fishbau - Fiske 88 63
Fitch - Fix 88 63
Flack - Flynn 88 63
Fobes - Folwell 88 63
Fond - Fort Orange 89 63
Fort Schuyler: A - F 89 63
Fort Schuyler: G - Y 89 64
Forte - Foster 89 64
Foti - Foy 89 64
Fracey - Frazier 89 64
Frear - Freedman 89 64
Freedom, Frank 89 64
Freel - Freytag 89 64
Friant - Fritts 90 64
Frobare - Futter; Frooks, Dorothy; Fuchs, Elfrida 90 64-65
Gaa - Gam 90 65
Gambling 90 65
Gambling: Schenectady 90 65
Gambling: State Fair 90 65
Game - Gard 90 65
Gare - Gary 90 65
Gas - Gaz 91 65
Gean - Gely 91 65
General - Gerc; Genesee State Park; George Washington Memorial 91 65
Gerd - Geyer; Germond Case 91 66
Gheen - Gils 91 66
Gimbel - Givens 91 66
Glack - Glynn 92 66
Goa - Gold, A. 92 66
Gold, Charles 92 66-67
Gold, J - Gonz 93 67
Gooch - Gooze 93 67
Gordan - Governale 93 67
Governor's Cabinet 93 67-68
Governor's Conference - 1929 93 68
Governor's Conference - 1930 94 68
Governor's Conference - 1931 94 68
Governor's Conference - 1932 94 68
Governor's Interstate Commission on Unemployment 94 68
Governor's Unemployment Conference: A - W 95 68-69
Gov - Goy 95 69
Graa - Graf; Grade Crossing - Conference; Grade Crossing Elimination 95 69
Graham - Granville 96 69
Grash - Grazze 96 69
Greal - Greenberg; Greek Catholic Union, Russian Brotherhoods 96 69
Greene County 96 69-70
Greene - Greer 96 70
Greforth - Grey 97 70
Gridley - Griswold 97 70
Groat - Grow 97 70
Gruber - Guitner; Guffey, J. F. 97 70
Gulden - Gypsy 97 70
Haa - Hac 97 70
Hackenberg, F. L. 97 70-71
Hackett - Hague 98 71
Hahn - Hall 98 71
Hallahan - Haluska 98 71
Ham - Hams; Hamilton County 98 71
Hana - Happi; Hanley Resolution 98 71
Harah - Harkness; Harbor and Dock Commission 98 71-72
Harlan - Harlem 98 72
Harlem Valley State Hospital 98 72
Harley - Harry 99 72
Hart - Harth 99 72
Hartig - Hary 99 72
Hasbauer - Hawyer 99 72-73
Hay - Haz 99 73
Heacox - Health; Heads, State Departments 99 73
Health, State Department of; Health Conference April 24, 1930 100 73
Health Department: Miscellaneous 100 74
Health Department: A 101 74
Health Department: B 101 74
Health Department: C 101 74
Health Department: D 101 74
Health Department: E 101 74
Health Department: F 101 74
Health Department: G 101 74
Health Department: H 101 74
Health Department: I - J 101 75
Health Department: K 101 75
Health Department: L 102 75
Health Department: Mc 102 75
Health Department: M 102 75
Health Department: N 102 75
Health Department: Nicoll 102 75
Health Department: O 102 76
Health Department: P; Parran, Dr. Thomas; Pollution, Salmon Creek 102 76
Health Department: Q 102 76
Health Department: R 102 76
Health Department: S; Sewage Disposal 103 76
Health Department: T; Tuberculosis Hospital 103 76
Health Department: U 103 76
Health Department: V 103 76
Health Department: W; Wall, Patrick; White House Conference 103 76-77
Health Department: X - Y - Z 103 77
Healy 104 77
Heaney - Hedrick 104 77
Heene - Heitz 104 77
Helberg - Henle 104 77
Hennan - Hepp 104 77
Herald - Herron 104 77
Hersch - Herzog 104 77
Heselton - Heyson 104 77
Hibbard - Higley; Highway Signs 104 77
Hilde - Himrod 104 77
Hinchman - Hipkins 104 77
Hird - Hlavaty 104 78
Hoadley - Hoey 105 78
Hofbaueer - Hohmann; Hofstadter Committee; Hogan, George W. 105 78
Hoisington - Holihan 105 78
Holland - Holzworth; Holmes and Wise 105 78
Homan - Hopson; Hoover, M. H. 105 78
Horan - Hourihan 105 78-79
House - Houser 106 79
Housing 106 79
Housing of Unemployed; Letters to Mayors 106 79
Houston - Hoyt 106 79
Hubbard - Hudson River 106 79
Hudson River Bridge 107 79
Hudson River (F - R) 107 79
Hudson River Regulating District 107 79
Hudson River State Hospital 107 80
Hudson River Stone Corporation 107 80
Hudson River Training School 107 80
Hudson River - Hunning 107 80
Hunt - Huppuck 107 80
Hurd - Huyers 108 80
Hyams - Hy-Test 108 80
Iacona - Institute; Incone Tax Bureau 108 80
Insurance: A - B 108 80
Insurance: C - D 108 81
Insurance: E - H 108 81
Insurance: I - L; Insurance, Logging and Lumbering 109 81
Insurance: M 109 81
Insurance: N - R 109 81-82
Insurance: S - V; Insurance, Van Schaick 109 82
Insurance: W - Z 109 82
Interim - Interstate 110 82
Interstate Commerce Commission, 1929-1930 (1 of 2) 110 82
Interstate Commerce Commission, 1929-1930 (2 of 2) 110 82
Interstate Commerce Commission, 1931-1932 110 83
Interstate Commission Unemployment Insurance 110 83
Interstate - Investigation 111 83
Investigations 111 83
Investigation of Courts 111 83
Iorio - Irving 111 83
Irwin - Izzo 111 83
Jablow - Jackerson 111 83
Jackson 111 83
Jackson, Robert S. 111 83
Jacob - Jacobstein 111 83
Jacobstein, Meyer 111 83
Jacquay - Jaynes 111 83-84
Jean - Jitro 111 84
Joanne - Johnstone 111 84
Joiner - Joint 112 84
Joint Legislative Committee 112 84
Joles - Jones 112 84
Jopeck - Judge 112 84
Judicial: A-W 112 84-85
Judson - Jwan 112 85
Kaas - Kaplan 112 85
Kappel - Kayson 113 85
Kea - Keg 113 85
Kehn - Kellogg; Keller, J.W. 113 85
Kelly - Kelso 113 85
Kemble - Kent, N. 113 85
Kent, Robert, Jr. 114 86
Kent, R. - Keough 114 86
Kephart - Keyser 114 86
Khun - Kilsh 114 86
Kimball - Kings County; Kings, A. L. 114 86
Kings Park State Hospital 115 86-87
Kings - Kipp 115 87
Kira - Klock 115 87
Klopp - Knappen 115 87
Knaust - Kontra 115 87
Koon - Kras 115 87
Krasnicki, A. 116 87-88
Kraso - Kruse 116 88
Kuba - Kyles 116 88
Laa - LaBonte 116 88
Labor: A 116 88
Labor: B 117 88-89
Labor: Ca - Ce 117 89
Labor: Ch - Corwin; Compensation Cases 117 89
Labor: Cos - Cus 117 89
Labor: Da - Dew 118 90
Labor: Di - Dw 118 90
Labor: E 118 90
Labor: F 118 90
Labor: G 118 90
Labor: Ha - He 118 91
Labor: Hi - Hu 118 91
Labor: I - J 119 91
Labor: K; Kilburn, L. S. 119 91
Labor: La - Lew 119 91-92
Labor: Li - Ly 119 92
Labor: Mc 119 92
Labor: MacCord - Meyro 120 92
Labor: Mi - My 120 92
Labor: N 120 92
Labor: O 120 93
Labor: P 120 93
Labor: Perkins, Francis 120 93
Labor: Q - R 120 93
Labor: Sa - Sh 121 93-94
Labor: Si - Sz 121 94
Labor: T 121 94
Labor: U 121 94
Labor: V 121 94
Labor: W 121 94-95
Labor: X - Y 121 95
LaBounte - Laguardia 122 95
Lahman - Lamson; Lake Champlain Bridge Commission; Lake Erie Pollution; Lame Duck Amendment 122 95
Lanc - Lanz 122 95
Lap - Laps 122 95
Lar - Law Department 122 96
Law Enforcement (1 of 2) 123 96
Law Enforcement (2 of 2); Law Enforcement Commission 123 96
Law: F - R; Law Reform 123 96
Lawes - Lazzo; Lawrence, Dr. G. J. 123 96
Lazansky, Edward 123 96
Lea - Leg; Legal Aid Society 124 96-97
Legislation: 1929 124 97
Legislation: 1930 124 97
Legislation: 1931 124 97
Legislation: 1932 124 97
Legislation: Old Age Pension - 1929 124 97
Legislative - Lervis; Lehman, Herbert H. 125 97-98
Leschen - Levy; Letchworth Village 125 98
Lew - Leys 125 98
L??Hommed - Lions 125 98
Lindberg, Col. C. A. 125 98
Lipinski - Loconti 125 98
Loder - Lonsdale 126 98-99
Look - L.R. 126 99
Luban - Lyttle 126 99
Maar - Macy 126 99-100
Madalin - Magistrates 127 100
Magistrates Courts: Investigation 127 100
Magness - Mamil 127 100
Man - Maples 127 100
Manhattan State Hospital 127 100
Mara - Marrone 127 100
Marks, N. L. 127 100
Marsala - Martyn 128 100-101
Maruca - Matzke 128 101
Maupin - Mazzullo 128 101
McAdam - McCauley 128 101
McChes - McCrystal 128 101-102
McCue - McDonough 128 102
McDonough, W. F. 129 102
McDouglad - McDurfee 129 102
McElheny - McGowen 129 102
McGrane - McGurl 129 102
McHale - McLain 129 102
McLaughlin; McLaughlin, Charles B.; McLaughlin, George V.; McLaughlin, J. A. 129 102
McLean - McLeoud 129 102
McLevy, Carlotta 129 102
McLoughlin 129 102
McMahon - McWilliams; McQuade, James 130 103
Meacham - Meglis 130 103
Mehaffey - Menta 130 103
Mental Hygiene: A 130 104
Mental Hygiene: Bab - Bla 130 104
Mental Hygiene: Bod - But 130 104
Mental Hygiene: C 130 104
Mental Hygiene: D 131 104
Mental Hygiene: E 131 104
Mental Hygiene: F 131 104-105
Mental Hygiene: G 131 105
Mental Hygiene: H 131 105
Mental Hygiene: I - K 131 105
Mental Hygiene: L 131 105
Mental Hygiene: Long Island Hospital 131 105
Mental Hygiene: Mc 132 106
Mental Hygiene: M 132 106
Mental Hygiene: N-O 132 106
Mental Hygiene: P 132 106
Mental Hygiene: Parsons 132 106
Mental Hygiene: Q-R 132 107
Mental Hygiene: S 132 107
Mental Hygiene: S (cont.) 133 107
Mental Hygiene: T-V 133 107
Mental Hygiene: W 133 107-108
Mental Hygiene: X-Z 133 108
Mentley - Mesoni 133 108
Message File - 1930 133 108
Message File - 1931 133 108
Messages - 1932 134 108
Messenger - Meyrovich 134 108
Miberg - Mikel 134 108
Middletown State Hospital 134 108
Milay - Military 134 108
Milk 134 109
Milk Conference 134 109
Milk Industry Investigation 134 109
Milk Situation 134 109
Milk - Milliner 134 109
Miller: A - G; Miller, Chester A.; Miller, Clifford, L. 135 109
Miller: H - Z; Miller, Mrs. I. J.; Miller, Rev. O. R.; Miller, Samuel H.; Miller, Spencer 135 109
Millett - Misch, A. 135 110
Misch Complaint - Paper Industry Investigation - 1929 135 110
Mischanko - Mizner 135 110
Moadenga - Mohawk 135 110
Mohawk Valley Historical Association 136 110
Mohler - Mooney; Monroe County Park Commission; Monroe County Regional Planning Board 136 110
Mooney, Thomas J. 136 110
Moor - Moot 136 110
Mora - Morgenthau 136 110-111
Moriarity - Morrow 137 111
Morschauser - Morvan 137 111
Mosallene - Motor; Motion Picture Commission 137 111
Motor Fuel Bureau 137 111
Motor Vehicle Bureau: A - G 137 111
Motor Vehicle Bureau: H - W; Harnett, C. A. 138 111-112
Mott - Mouton 138 112
Mowris - Mulvey 138 112
Multiple Dwelling Law 138 112
Mumble - Murner; Municipal Civil Service Commission 138 112
Murphy: A - W 138 112-113
Murray - Myron; Muscle Shoals 138 113
Nacearet - Narber 138 113
Narcotic Drug Control 139 113
Nario - Nasm 139 113
Nassau; Nassau County; Nassau County Jail 139 113
Nast - Nat 139 113
National 139 113
National Guard 139 113
National Prison Industries Committee 139 113
Natol - Nazy 140 113
Neach - Nelsson 140 113-114
Nem - Nev 140 114
New - New York Cardiac Shop; New Paltz Normal School 140 114
New York City Board of Assessors 140 114
New York Central Railroad Company - New York, Chicago, and St. Louis Railroad Company 140 114
New York City Board of Child Welfare 140 114
New York City Board of Education 140 114
New York City School System 140 114
New York City Board of Transportation - New York City Bureau of Building 140 114
New York City Commissioner of Health 140 114
New York City Commissioner of Licenses - New York City Commissioner of Parks 140 114
New York City Controller 140 114
New York City Department of Docks; Parks; Plants; and Structures 140 114
New York City Emergency Employment Committee 140 114
New York City Department of Public Welfare 140 114
New York City Fire Commissioner 140 114
New York City Housing Corporation 140 114
New York City Investigation: A - G 141 114
New York City Investigation: H - R 141 114
New York City Investigation: S - Z and Miscellaneous 141 114-115
New York City Mayor 141 115
New York City Municipal Court Clerks - New York City Office Building 141 115
New York City Police: A - J 141 115
New York City Police: K - P; Mulrooney, Edward 142 115
New York City Police: Q - Z; Speakeasies; Walen, Grover A. 142 115
New York City Public Buildings 142 115
New York City Public Markets 142 115
New York City Regional Planning Commission - New York City Reorganization 142 115
New York City Sanitation Department 142 115
New York City Sinking Fund Commission 142 115
New York City Transit 142 115
New York City Unemployment Relief - New York City Water Supply 142 115
New York City Civic League - New York Concrete Pipe Company 142 115
New York County Special Term Court 142 115
New York County Special Term Court (Ewald Case): A - K 142 115
New York County Special Term Court (Ewald Case): L - Z 142 115-116
New York County Special Term Court (Ewald Case): Miscellaneous 142 116
New York Daily Mirror - New York Holstein-Friesian Association; New York Delaware Indians 142 116
New York Journal - New York Merchant Marine Academy 142 116
New York Monument Commission - New York Naval Academy 142 116
New York and New England Motorways Association 142 116
New York and New Jersey - New York Produce Exchange 142 116
New York State Agricultural Society - New York State Automobile Association 142 116
New York State Bridge Authority 142 116
New York State Bridge and Tunnel Commission 143 116
New York State Chamber of Commerce - New York State Farm Bureau Foundation 143 116
New York State Federation of Labor: A - Z 143 116-117
New York State Federation of Labor: Misc. 143 117
New York State Federation of Women Clubs - New York State Grange 143 117
New York State Health Commission 143 117
New York State Historical Association - New York State Merchant Marine Academy 143 117
New York State Museum 143 117
New York State Nautical School - New York State Orthopedic Hospital 143 117
New York State Parks 144 117
New York State Psychiatric Institute and Hospital 144 117
New York State Publicity Bureau 144 117
New York State Reconstruction Home 144 117
New York State Reformatory 144 117
New York State Roosevelt Memorial - New York Telephone Company 144 117
New York Telephone Rate Case 144 117
New York Times - New York World 144 117
Newark - Newton; Newark State School; Newspaper Ads 145 117-118
??The Niagara Area?? 145 118
Niagara Falls - Niagara Falls Treaty 145 118
Niagara Frontier Bridge Commission 145 118
Niagara Frontier Planning Board 145 118
Niagara Hudson Company - Niagara State Reservation; Niagara State Reservation 146 118
Nicastro - Nicolaidis 146 118
Nicoletti, Dominick 146 118
Nicolitch - Niflot 146 118
Night - Nixon; Ninth Judicial District; Nitzche, M. 146 118
Noaum - Noonan 146 118
Norburg - Norris 146 119
North - Norwegian 146 119
Norwood - Norwoodag 146 119
Nostrand - Nytko; Notary Public 147 119
Nut File 147 119
Oahkosh - O'Brien, H.V. 147 119
O'Brien, Herbert A. 147 119
O'Brien, J - O'Connor, E. 147 119
O'Connor, E. J. - Oczkonski; O'Connor, John Kelly 147 119
O'Day - O'Flynn 147 119
Ogden - Olcott 147 119-120
Old Age Pension Commission: A - H 147 120
Old Age Pension Commission: J - Z 148 120-121
Old Age Security 148 121
Old Age Security - Olverey 148 121
Olney, H. M. 148 121
Olympic Games Commission; National Host Committee 148 121
Olzendam - Oppici 149 121
Orange - Orne 149 121
O'Rorke - Orzel 149 121
Orzel, Joseph C. 149 121
Osann, Charlotte 149 121
Osborn - Oswego 149 122
Othridge - Oxley; Ott, Frank C. 149 122
Pabst - Palipoli; Palestine Riots 149 122
Pallace - Pampi; Palmer, Rose M. 149 122
Pan - Parizot 149 122
Palisades Interstate Park Commission 150 122-123
Park - Parks; Park Conference - Crescent and Vischer Parks; Parks 150 123
Parle - Parnes 150 123
Parole Board: A - M 150 123
Parole Board: N - Z 150 123
Parole Court 151 123
Parper - Patten 151 123
Patterson - Paynter 151 123-124
Peabody - Peck 151 124
Peabody, George Foster 151 124
Peckham - Pension 151 124
Pension Commission 151 124
Pentz - Perkins, H.W. 151 124
Perkins, Joel 152 124
Perkins, L. A. - Peruvian 152 124
Peta - Peyser 152 124
Pfaff - Phipps 152 124
Piacinte - Pierce; Pidgeons, Killing of; Pierce, Elmer G. 152 125
Piersante - Pinchot; Pigot John J.; Pilgrim State Hospital 152 125
Pinck - Pizzo; Pistol Law 152 125
Place - Plunkett; Plattsburgh School; Plog, Arthur P. 153 125
Pocarno - Pomeranz; Poillon, K. and C. 153 125
Pond - Porr 153 125
Port Authority: A - C 153 125
Port Authority: Cohen 153 125-126
Port Authority: Cullman. H. S. 153 126
Port Authority: D - E 153 126
Port Authority: Freight Rate Case; Cohen, J. H.; Cullman, H.; Larson, M. F.; Lehman, H. H.; Loree, L. F.; McCollester, P.; Todd, H. C.; Ward, H. 154 126
Port Authority: F - M; Galvin, J. F.; Lafferty, R. C. 154 126
Port Authority: O - R 154 126
Port Authority: Ramsey, J. E. 154 126
Port Authority: Reports, Plans, etc. 155 126
Port Authority: Ros - St; Sibley, R. E. 155 127
Port Authority: Statements 155 127
Port Authority: St - Tu 156 127
Port Authority: Un - Z 156 127
Port, E. - Porter 156 127
Porto Rico 156 127
Portuguese - Pourquay 156 127
Powell: D - W 156 127
Power Authority: A - C 156 127
Power Authority: D - M 156 127-128
Power Authority: N - Ro 156 128
Power Authority: Russell, C. A. 157 128
Power Authority: S - V 157 128
Power Authority: Walsh, F.P. 157 128
Power Authority: W - Z 157 128
Power Authority: Governor's Personal File 158 128
Power Authority: Reports (1 of 2) 158 128
Power Authority: Reports (2 of 2) 158 128
Power Authority: St. Lawrence Water Power Commission 158 128-129
Power Authority: Statements, Reports, etc. 159 129
Power Investigation - Powley 159 129
Prack - President??s Conference 159 129
President??s Emergency Committee for Employment 159 129
Pre - Pri 159 129
Prison Administration, Committee Investigating; Lewisohn, Sam A. 159 129-130
Prison Administration, Committee Investigating (cont.) 160 129-130
Prison Association - Prison Camps 160 130
Prison Conferences: 1929 September 12; 1929 November 11 160 130
Prison Industries Advisory Committee 160 130
Prison Labor Committee 161 130
Prison Program 161 130
Prison Reform - Prison Riots 161 130
Prison Site 161 130
Prison File - Special 161 130
Pri - Pro 161 130
Proctor, Mrs. W. H. 161 130
Prohibition 161 130
Pro - Pu 161 130-131
Public Health Commission 161 131
Public Health Council - Public Market 162 131
Public Service Commission: A - Ba 162 131
Public Service Commission: Barry, W. F. 162 131
Public Service Commission: Bart - By 162 131
Public Service Commission: Ca - Cha 162 131
Public Service Commission: Childs, R. S. 162 131
Public Service Commission: Cho - Cu 162 131
Public Service Commission: D 162 131
Public Service Commission: E 162 131-132
Public Service Commission: F 162 132
Public Service Commission: Ga - Go 162 132
Public Service Commission: Grade Crossings Eliminations 163 132
Public Service Commission: Gra - Hu 163 132
Public Service Commission: I - K 163 132
Public Service Commission: L - Mal 163 132-133
Public Service Commission: Maltbie, Molo R. 164 133
Public Service Commission: Mann - Muth 164 133
Public Service Commission: N - O 164 133
Public Service Commission: Pa - Pr 164 133
Public Service Commission: Prendergast, W.A. 164 133
Public Service Commission: Pri - Rei 164 133
Public Service Commission: Report, Annual 165 134
Public Service Commission: Reports, etc.; Public Service Commission: Map 165 134
Public Service Commission: Rev - Ry 165 134
Public Service Commission: S 166 135
Public Service Commission: Suit Against 166 135
Public Service Commission: T - V 166 135
Public Service Commission: W - Yom 166 135
Public Service Commission: Yonkers Railroad Company (1 of 2) 167 135
Public Service Commission: Yonkers Railroad Company (2 of 2) 167 135
Public Service Commission: You - Z 167 135
Public Service Survey Commission: A - W 167 135-136
Public Service Survey Commission: Report on Revision of the Public Service Commission Law 167 136
Public Service Survey Commission: Survey Investigating Public Service Commission Law 167 136
Public Service Law, Commission on Revision of: Organization Meeting - 1929 July 15; Public Hearings - 1929 October 9-11, October 16-18 (pp. 1-568) 168 204
Public Service Law, Commission on Revision of: Public Hearings - 1929 October 28-30, November 7-8, November 13-15 (pp. 569-1405) 169 204-205
Public Service Law, Commission on Revision of: Public Hearings - 1929 November 19-22, November 25 (pp. 1406-2102) 170 205
Public Service Law, Commission on Revision of: Public Hearings - 1929 November 26, December 4-5, December 9-11 (pp. 2103-2922) 171 206
Public Service Law, Commission on Revision of: Public Hearings - 1929 December 12-13, December 16, December 17-19 (pp. 2923-3710) 172 206-207
Public Service Law, Commission on Revision of: Public Hearings - 1929 December 20, 1930 January 2-4, January 6 (pp. 3711-4569) 173 207-208
Public Service Law, Commission on Revision of: Public Hearings - 1930 January 8-10, January 13-14 (pp. 4570-5323) 174 208
Public Service Law, Commission on Revision of: Public Hearings - 1930 January 15 and Night Session (pp. 5324-5816) and Index of Witnesses 175 209
Joint Hearings before Senate Committee on Public Service and Assembly Committee on the Judiciary - 1930 March 31 176 209
Public Telephone and Telegraph Company - Public Works Department 177 136
Public Utilities Bureau 177 136
Public Works: Ab - Ach 177 136
Public Works: Ack - Az 177 136
Public Works: Ba - Bax 177 136-137
Public Works: Be; Bell Pond Road 177 137
Public Works: Bi - Br 177 137
Public Works: Brant, A. W. 178 137
Public Works: Br - By 178 137
Public Works: Ca - Ce 178 137
Public Works: Ch - Cly 178 137-138
Public Works: Coa - Con 178 138
Public Works: Coo - Cu 178 138
Public Works: Da - De 178 138
Public Works: Di - Dy 179 138
Public Works: E 179 138
Public Works: Fag - Far 179 138
Public Works: Farrell, T. F. 179 139
Public Works: Fay - Fo 179 139
Public Works: Fox - Fu 179 139
Public Works: Ga - Gr 179 139
Public Works: Greene, Frederick S. 180 139
Public Works: Gree - Harris 180 139-140
Public Works: Harrison - Hi; Highland Village Road 180 140
Public Works: Ho - Hy 180 140
Public Works: I - J 180 140
Public Works: K 180 140
Public Works: LaB - Lake; Lake Shore Highway 181 140-141
Public Works: La - Locke 181 141
Public Works: Lockport - Mc; Lockport Matter 181 141
Public Works: Ma - Me 181 141
Public Works: Mi -My 181 141-142
Public Works: N - Otis 182 142
Public Works: Ot - Ow; Otisco Lake 182 142
Public Works: Pa - Pe 182 142
Public Works: Ph - Po 182 142
Public Works: Poughkeepsie Bridge 182 142
Public Works: Pow - Q 183 142-143
Public Works: Ra - Ri 183 143
Public Works: Roa - Rou 183 143
Public Works: Routes 183 143
Public Works: Route 17 183 143
Public Works: Ro - Ry 183 143
Public Works: Sa - Sh 183 143-144
Public Works: Shaughnessy, F.J. 183 144
Public Works: Shav - St 184 144
Public Works: Statements, Reports, etc. 184 144
Public Works: St - Sy 184 144
Public Works: T 184 144
Public Works: U - V 184 144-145
Public Works: Wa; Warwick School for Boys; Wawbeek Road 184 145
Public Works: We - Wh 184 145
Public Works: Wi - Wr 185 145
Public Works: Wy 185 145
Public Works: X - Z 185 145
Pu - Py 185 145
Q 185 145
Raa - Ran 185 146
Randall??s Island, New York 185 146
Ran - Ras 186 146
Rasquin, Almon C. 186 146
Rat - Raw 186 146
Ray Brook State Hospital 186 146
Ray - Rec 186 146
Reconstruction Home 186 146
Rec - Reg 186 146-147
Registration Fees of Motor Trucks 186 147
Regn - Rei 187 147
Reiss, Sam and Burd, Rubin 187 147
Rei - Rev; Rent Laws 187 147
Review - Medical Hospital Problem Committee 187 147-148
Rev - Ric 188 148
Rid - Riz 188 148
Roa - Rob 188 148
Roca - Rock 188 148-149
Rockland County Investigation - Jail; Light and Power Co. 188 149
Rockland State Hospital 189 149
Roc - Rom 189 149
Rome State School 189 149
Rom - Roos 189 149
Roosevelt Memorial 189 149
Roos - Roso 190 149-150
Ross - Roth 190 150
Rothstein Murder Case 190 150
Roth - Rupp 190 150
Rural; Rural Homes Commission 190 150
Rus - Ry 190 150
Sa - St. John 191 151
St. Lawrence River Bridge Commission 191 151
St. Lawrence River Power Bill 191 151
St. Lawrence River Power Development Commission 191 151
St. Lawrence River Power Development Commission - Reports 191 151
St. Lawrence River Water Power - Press Releases; St. Lawrence Bridge Commission Report 191 151
St. Lawrence State Hospital 191 151
St. Louis - Sander 192 151
San - Saratoga Airport 192 151-152
Saratoga Battlefield 192 152
Saratoga: C - G; Saratoga Grade Crossing Conference 192 152
Saratoga Reservation 192 152
Saratoga Springs Commission; Peabody, George Foster 193 152-153
Sar - Scat 193 153
Schaadt - Schissell 194 153
Schladebeck - Schryver 194 153
Schu - Schw 194 153-154
Sci - Scz 194 154
Sea - Sec 194 154
Secretary of the Navy 195 154
Secretary of State: A - J 195 154
Secretary of State: K - O 195 154
Secretary of State: P - Z 195 154-155
Secretary of State - U.S. 195 155
Secretary of War 196 155
Sec - Sem 196 155
Senate 196 155
Sen - Sey; Seneca Iron and Steel Company 196 155-156
Shac - Shav 196 156
Shaw Sheridan 196 156
She - Shu 197 156
Sia - Sim 197 156
Simon, Mrs. E. 197 156
Simon - Sjinsen 197 156-157
Skane - Smith: E 198 157
Smith: F - W 198 157
Smithers - Snow 198 157-158
Snowden - Sone 198 158
Sonneborn - Special Committee 199 158
Special Elections; Special Election, Wyoming County 199 158
Special Sessions 199 158
Special Session - 1932 199 158-160
Special Session - 1932 200 158-160
Special Session - 1932 201 158-160
Special Session - New York City 201 160
Extraordinary Session - 1932 - School: Teachers 202 160
Special Term Court - Squires 202 161
Staa - Stan 202 161
Standards and Purchase: A - F; Courtney, A. J.; Cuvillier, L. A. 203 161
Standards and Purchase: G - Z; McDonald, W. F.; Utter, F. R. 203 161-162
Standi - State; State Board of Law Examiners 203 162
State Charities Aid Association 204 162
State College - State Commission 204 162
State Council of Parks: A - E; Clark, Grenville 204 162-163
State Council of Parks: F - L 204 163
State Council of Parks: M - P 204 163
State Council of Parks: Moses, Robert 204 163
State Council of Parks: Q - Z 205 163
State - Department Heads - State Parkways 205 163
State Police: A - B 205 164
State Police: C - D 205 164
State Police: E - G 205 164
State Police: H - K 206 164
State Police: L 206 165
State Police: M 206 165
State Police: N - R 206 165
State Police: S - T 206 165
State Police: U - Z 206 165-166
Stat - Stet 207 166
Stetten - Stock 207 166
Stockport Investigation 207 166
Stock - Str 208 166-167
Stre - Sty 208 167
Sub - Sup 208 167
Superintendent, Public Buildings; McNulty, J. J.; Sullivan, Mrs. A. 208 167
Superv - Supr 208 167
Supreme Court - Appellate 208 167
Sur - Swe 208 167
Sweet - Sz 209 168
Syracuse State School 209 168
Ta - Tap 209 168
Taconic State Park Commission 209 168
Tar - Tax 209 168
Taurus Mountain 209 168
Tax; Tax Matters 209 168
Tax - Banks re to; Bankers; Favor of Income Tax Reduction; Favor of Direct Tax Reduction 209 168
Tax Revision Commission 210 169
Taxation and Finance: A - Bi 210 169
Taxation and Finance: Bl - Bu 210 169
Taxation and Finance: Ca - Coi 211 169
Taxation and Finance: Cole, S. T. 211 169
Taxation and Finance: Col - D 211 169
Taxation and Finance: E - G; Graves, Mark 212 169-170
Taxation and Finance: H - J 212 170
Taxation and Finance: K - L 212 170
Taxation and Finance: Lynch, Thomas M. 212 170
Taxation and Finance: Lyons - M 212 170
Taxation and Finance: N - Q 212 170
Taxation and Finance: Radio Tax Speech 213 171
Taxation and Finance: Ran - Sm 213 171
Taxation and Finance: Sn - T; Tax; Town of Clarendon 213 171-172
Taxation and Finance: U - Z 214 172
Tay - Tem 214 172
Temporary Emergency Relief Administration (TERA): A - C 214 172
Temporary Emergency Relief Administration (TERA): D - G; General 215 172
Temporary Emergency Relief Administration (TERA): H; Hopkins, Harry 215 173
Temporary Emergency Relief Administration (TERA): I - P 215 173
Temporary Emergency Relief Administration (TERA): Q -Z; Straus, Jesse I. 215 173
Temporary Emergency Relief Administration (TERA): Miscellaneous (1 of 3) 216 173-174
Temporary Emergency Relief Administration (TERA): Miscellaneous (2 of 3) 216 173-174
Temporary Emergency Relief Administration (TERA): Miscellaneous (3 of 3) 216 173-174
Tem - Thi; Theofel, John 217 174-175
Tho - Thom 217 175
Thoo - Tob 217 175
Toc - Tow 217 175
Town and County Government 218 175-176
Tow - Trans 218 176
Transit Commission; Transit Matters 218 176
Transit Commission; Fullen, W. G.; Godley, L. G.; Lewis, C. M.; Lockwood, C. C.; Walker, J. B. 219 176
Tran - Tri 219 176
Tri - Ts; Tri-State Treaty Commission 219 176-177
Tubbs - Tunis 220 177
Turley - Tyte 220 177
Ubaldi - Under 220 177
Unemployment Commission 220 177
Unemployment Farm Relief 220 177
Unemployment - General (1 of 2) 220 177-178
Unemployment - General (2 of 2) 221 177-178
Unemployment - Insurance 221 178
Unemployment Legislation: A - Z; Mayors of All Cities regarding Unemployment 222 178-179
Unemployment Problem; Suggestions 222 179
Ungaro - United 222 179
United States (A - V); U.S. Daily 222 179
U.S. Veterans Bureau: A - Z 223 179-180
Uni - Uy 223 180
Vac - Van 223 180
VanK - VanZ 223 180
Vara - Vesely 224 180
Veterans 224 180
Vetta - Vivian; Villages 224 180-181
Vix - Von 224 181
Von Steuben, Grave of 224 181
Von S. - Wak 224 181
Walb - Walse 225 181
Walker Controversy - See Boxes 235-275; Rolls 193-203
Walsh - Wan 225 181-182
War 225 182
Was 225 182
Washington, George - 200th Anniversary of Birthday; Bloom, Sol; Tobin, Charles 225 182
Washington, George - 200th Anniversary of Birthday 226 182
Washington, H. - Washington Legislation 226 182
Was - Wat 226 182
Water Power Bill: A - Z 226 182-183
Water Power - General 227 183
Water Power - General 228 183
Water Power - Miscellaneous Correspondence: A - C; Cohen, Julius Henry 228 183
Water Power - Miscellaneous Correspondence: D - L 229 183-184
Water Power - Miscellaneous Correspondence: M - R 229 184
Water Power - Miscellaneous Correspondence: S - Z 230 184-185
Wat - Way 230 185
Wea - Weh 230 185
Wei - Wel 230 185
Welfare Council Coordinating Committee 231 185
Well - Wer 231 185
Wesc - West; West Point Military Academy 231 185-186
Westchester County - Investigation 231 186
Wes - Wey; Westchester Park Association 231 186
Wha - Whi 231 186
White Face Mountain 232 186
White, F - W 232 186
White - Whitt 232 187
Who - Wil 232 187
Will - Wils 232 187
Wils - Wins 233 187
Wint - Wolc 233 187-188
Wolf - Wolv 233 188
Wom - Woo 233 188
Woos - Wy 234 188
X - Youmons 234 188
Young, A - F 234 188
Young, F - Zipf 234 188-189
Zipfel, Lena M. 234 189
Zir - Zor 234 189
Analysis of Evidence Presented in Investigation of Government of the City of New York regarding Mayor Walker 235 196
Opinion of Governor in the Matter of Charges Against Thomas M. Farley 235 194
Press Release - Answer by Mayor Walker to Governor Roosevelt 235 196
Order of Prohibition in the Walker Case 235 196
Investigation of the Departments of Government of the City of New York - Intermediate Report 235 194
Statement of Charges Against Mayor Walker 235 193
Report to the Legislature of the Joint Legislative Committee to Investigate the Affairs of the City of New York - 1932 December 28 235 198
Reply of Samuel Seabury to Walker's Answer to the Letter and Analysis of Evidence 235 196
Magistrates' Courts, Investigation of 3/28/32 (Bound volume) 235 193
Hearings 1-45 Conducted in New York City, 1931 July 21-1932 April 24, by Samuel Seabury (Incomplete - Includes pp. 300-700) 236 193-194
Hearings 1-45 Conducted in New York City, 1931 July 21-1932 April 24, by Samuel Seabury (Incomplete - Includes pp. 732-4643) 237 193-194
Hearings 1-45 Conducted in New York City, 1931 July 21-1932 April 24, by Samuel Seabury (Incomplete - Includes pp. 5703-5816) 238 193-194
The Case of Mayor Walker - 1931 July 21-1932 May 31 (Vol. 1, pp. 6919-7243) 239 194-196
The Case of Mayor Walker - 1931 July 21-1932 May 31 (Vol. 2, pp. 7244-7472) 240 194-196
The Case of Mayor Walker - 1931 July 21-1932 May 31 (Vol. 3, pp. 7473-7735) 241 194-196
The Case of Mayor Walker - 1931 July 21-1932 May 31 (Vol. 4, pp. 7736-8057) 242 194-196
The Case of Mayor Walker - 1931 July 21-1932 May 31 (Vol. 5, pp. 8058-8338) 243 194-196
The Case of Mayor Walker - 1931 July 21-1932 May 31 (Vol. 6, pp. 8339-8665) 244 194-196
The Case of Mayor Walker - 1931 July 21-1932 May 31 (Vol. 7, pp. 8666-9081) 245 194-196
The Case of Mayor Walker - 1931 July 21-1932 May 31 (Vol. 8, pp. 9082-9393) 246 194-196
Duplicate Copy of The Case of Mayor Walker in 6 volumes (Not Microfilmed) 247-252
Walker Hearing - Transcript (pp. 1-426) 253 196
Walker Hearing - Transcript (pp. 426a-848) 254 196-197
Walker Hearing - Transcript (pp. 849-1262) 255 197
Walker Hearing - Transcript (pp. 1263-1719) 256 197-198
Walker Hearing - Transcript (pp. 1720-2000) 257 198
Two Duplicate Copies of Walker Hearing - Transcript (Not Microfilmed) 258-267
Ahearn: Evidence Taken By the Governor - Vol. 1 (pp. 1-779) 268 198-199
Ahearn: Evidence Taken By the Governor - Vol. 2 (pp. 779 [sic]-1217) 268 199
Ahearn: Evidence Taken By the Governor - Vol. 3 (pp. 1218-1464) 269 199
Ahearn: Evidence Taken By the Governor - Vol. 4 (pp. 1470-2103) 269 199-200
Ahearn: Evidence Taken By the Governor - Vol. 5 (pp. 2104-2878) 270 200-201
Ahearn: Evidence Taken By the Governor - Vol. 6 (pp. 2879-3746) 270 201
Walker Charges 271 201-202
Charges Against Walker 272 202
Miscellaneous Papers regarding Ahearn 272 203
Walker Charges 273 202
Exhibits 273 203
Walker Case: Miscellaneous; Subpoenas Issued 273 203
Duplicate Copies of Reports, Charges, and Press Releases Found in Box 235 (Not Microfilmed) 274
Duplicate Copies of Charges and Press Releases Found in Box 235 (Not Microfilmed) 275
Harding Murder Case Vol. 1 (Not Microfilmed) 276
Harding Murder Case Vols. 2-5 (Not Microfilmed) 277