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New York State Governor Hugh L. Carey Press Clippings

Held by the New York State Archives


Overview of the Records

Repository:

New York State Archives

New York State Education Department

Cultural Education Center

Albany, NY 12230

Summary:
These clippings compiled by the Carey Administration track press coverage of the governor, his administration, policies, issues and events. The newspaper name and date of the article appear on each clipping. Major subject headings under which a subset of the clippings is organized include agriculture; business; prisons; education; elections; environment; judiciary; legislature and legislation; public utilities; and transportation. A second subset is arranged alphabetically by name and documents coverage of state and local government officials; Executive Chamber staff; business people and firms; organizations; politicians; and other prominent individuals.
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Quantity:
312 microfilm reels.
Inclusive Dates:
1975-1982
Series Number:
13489

Arrangement

Organized into two subseries: 1. Subject Files, 1975-1980; 2. Name Files, 1975-1982.

Alphabetical by subject or name within subseries.

Scope and Content Note

Executive Chamber "clipping unit" staff compiled these clippings to track press coverage of Carey administration policies, issues, and events. Original or photocopied newspaper articles and editorials from forty New York newspapers discuss: the Governor and government policies and programs; topics of interest to Executive Chamber staff; state and local government officials; Executive Chamber staff; business people and firms; organizations; politicians; and other prominent individuals.

The newspaper name and date of the article appear on each clipping. The arrangement of the subject files closely parallels that of the Carey administration Central Subject and Correspondence Files (series 13682). Examples of major subject headings in the clippings files include: administrative operations; agriculture; business; correctional institutions and policies; education; elections; environment; judiciary; legislature and legislation; personnel; public utilities; and transportation.

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Alphabetical subject list is available at the repository.

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