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New York State Governor Herbert H. Lehman Central Subject and Correspondence Files

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Summary:
Herbert H. Lehman served as governor during the bulk of the Great Depression. His leadership and advocacy led to the state's adoption of the "Little New Deal," a series of state relief and reform programs. His central subject and correspondence files pertain to the establishment of unemployment insurance; state and federal social security legislation; slum clearance and the establishment of public housing; welfare assistance to communities; limiting of child labor; minimum wage legislation; crime prevention; and legal and constitutional reform.
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107.1 cubic feet, including 106 microfilm rolls
Inclusive Dates:
1933-1942
Series Number:
13682_53

Arrangement

This series is arranged alphabetically by subject. A single set of files was maintained throughout Governor Lehman's time in office. Dates are noted in folder list only in cases where files pertain to specific events or files are known to cover a limited date range.

Administrative History

Herbert Henry Lehman was born in New York City on March 28, 1878. He married Edith Altschul in 1910 and together the couple adopted three children. A successful businessman and philanthropist, Lehman first entered government service as an officer during the First World War, rising from the rank of captain to colonel while serving with the General Staff Corps in Washington, D.C. Governor Alfred E. Smith appointed Lehman to a number of Democratic Party and election campaign posts during the 1920s. With Smith's continued support, Lehman was selected as Franklin Delano Roosevelt's running mate in the 1928 gubernatorial election. Serving two terms as Roosevelt's lieutenant governor, Lehman developed policies aimed at combating the widespread unemployment and failures of banking institutions that accompanied the onset of the Great Depression.

When Governor Roosevelt sought and received the Democratic nomination for president in 1932, Lehman was nominated to run for governor. Elected by an overwhelming margin in his initial effort, he was subsequently reelected in 1934, 1936, and 1938. Following his 1938 victory, Lehman commenced the first four-year gubernatorial term mandated by a recent amendment to the state's constitution. In December 1942, he resigned the governorship upon President Roosevelt's request that he immediately assume the directorship of the newly created Office of Foreign Relief and Rehabilitation Operations.

Upon the organization's inception in November 1943, Lehman was elected first director general of the United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration, a position he held until March 1946. He returned to politics later that year and was defeated in his initial bid for election to the United States Senate. However, Lehman triumphed in a special election called in 1949 to fill a seat vacated by the resignation of Senator Robert F. Wagner. In what would be his final bid for public office, Lehman was elected to a full senatorial term in 1950. In 1957, he returned to private life but continued to work for reform within the Democratic Party in New York City. Herbert Lehman died on December 5, 1963 at the age of eighty-five.

As governor during the bulk of the Depression years, Lehman's leadership and advocacy were instrumental factors in the state's adoption of the "Little New Deal," a series of state relief and reform programs that closely resembled the federal New Deal. Lehman supported state legislation that expanded relief for the unemployed and extended social security benefits to the elderly, physically disabled, and fatherless families. He worked effectively for the establishment of public housing, a minimum wage system, tighter controls on child labor, collective bargaining rights for workers, and government-fixed milk prices to increase the standard of living of the state's farmers. While often modeled after and paralleling its federal counterpart, New York's "Little New Deal" actually extended benefits to communities and individuals excluded from or inadequately represented by federal programs. Lehman, more than any of his predecessors in the governor's office, actively supported state intervention to assure a minimum standard of living for citizens unable to provide for themselves.

For further information concerning the life and political career of Herbert Lehman, see Ingalls, Robert P. Herbert H. Lehman and New York's Little New Deal. New York: New York University Press, 1975; and Ingalls, Robert P. "Lehman, Herbert Henry." In American National Biography, vol. 13, ed. John A. Garraty and Mark C. Carnes, 435-437. New York: Oxford University Press, 1999.

Scope and Content Note

The central subject and correspondence files of Herbert Lehman document the governor's effort to respond to social and economic conditions brought about or exacerbated by the Great Depression. Significant topics include establishment of unemployment insurance; state and federal social security legislation; slum clearance and the establishment of public housing to provide homes for low income families; welfare assistance to communities provided through the state's Temporary Emergency Relief Administration; mortgage industry crisis, the state's Mortgage Moratorium Act, and the operations of the Mortgage Commission of the State of New York; and income, production, and pricing issues associated with the state's milk industry. The records also document interaction and cooperation with federal agencies such as the Civilian Conservation Corps, Civil Works Administration, Federal Emergency Relief Administration, National Recovery Administration, National Youth Administration, Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Public Works Administration, and Works Progress Administration.

Topics specifically related to labor include state administration of workmen's compensation; the federal child labor amendment and state efforts to limit child labor; 1933 and 1937 state minimum wage laws; racial discrimination in state employment and employment at the 1939-1940 World's Fair; labor-management relations and collective bargaining; and specific strikes in the steel, milk, clothing manufacturing, and other industries.

The central subject and correspondence files of Herbert Lehman document a number of additional topics of social and political importance during the 1930s and early 1940s: Prohibition and the repeal of the Eighteenth Amendment; "Crime, the Criminal and Society" conference (1935) and legislation aimed at crime prevention, prison reform, and improvements in various aspects of the criminal justice system; Law Revision Commission investigations and proposed statutory revisions; compliance with the federal Alien Registration Act of 1940; investigations of illegal gambling operations; special prosecutor Thomas E. Dewey's investigation of organized crime; illegal dog racing; flood control and state response to floods; 1938 Constitutional Convention and proposed amendments regarding home rule, judicial review, proportional representation, health insurance, workmen's compensation, and jury verdicts in civil cases; and the McNaboe-Devaney bill proposing disqualification of communists from public employment and from holding public office.

A significant portion of the records document the investigative powers of the governor. Multiple files document the governor's statutory authority to investigate or direct the investigation of charges against local government officials, including county district attorneys and sheriffs. Noteworthy among these records are charges of illegality and inefficiency in real estate assessment practices directed against New York City Mayor Fiorello LaGuardia. Additional records relate to examinations and investigations of the management and affairs of various state departments, offices, commissions, and institutions, ordered by Governor Lehman under provisions of the Moreland Act. Specific examples include the Moreland Act Commission on the Quasi-Judicial Action of Administrative Agencies and the Commissioner Appointed to Examine and Investigate the Management and Affairs of the Insurance Department with Reference to the Operation, Conduct and Management of Title and Mortgage Guarantee Corporations Under its Supervision. Related records document the investigation and discharge, by order of the governor, of Colonel John G. Grimley, commanding officer of the 369th Infantry, New York National Guard.

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; and copies of state and local government officials' replies to the governor and/or the original correspondents. Cross reference sheets are present throughout the files, most often indicating that correspondence was filed by subject rather than correspondent. Other types of records include governor's cabinet meeting materials; public hearing minutes; drafts of letters by state agency heads for the governor's signature; press releases; annual and special reports of state agencies; draft copies of constitutional amendments, legislation, and resolutions; budget reports and summaries; gubernatorial messages, speeches, and proclamations; newspaper clippings; publications; and background materials. Moreland Act investigation files include public and private hearing transcripts, exhibits, correspondence, press releases, and final reports. Certain files documenting investigations of charges against local government officials include copies of hearing transcripts, exhibits, legal orders, and grand jury reports.

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Dates Contents Box Roll
A 1 1
Abandoned Awards in Condemnation Proceedings 1 1
ABR 1 1
1940 Absentee Voting 1 1
AC 1 1
Accident and Health Week 1 1
1936 Accident Prevention Conference - Delegates 1 1
Acme Road Machinery Company 1 1
AD 1 1
ADAMS - General 1 1
ADE 1 1
Adie, David C. 1 1
1937 Adirondack Steel Strike 1 1
1941-1942 Adjutant General 1 1
1941 Adjutant General - Annual Report 1 1
1939-1940 Adjutant General 1 1
1940 Adjutant General - Reappointment of Assistant 1 1
1935-1938 Adjutant General 1 1
1941 National Guard 1 1
1937-1940 National Guard 1 1
1933-1936 National Guard 1 1
National Guard - Advertising 1 1
National Guard - Citizenship 1 1
National Guard - Gillig, Alexander (promotion of) 1 1
1937 National Guard - Investigation 1 1
Adjutant General - Syracuse Armory 1 1
Administration of Justice (Commission on the) 1 1
1942 Administrative Adjudication 1 1
Adolescents' Court 1 1
Adult Education Program (WPA) 1 1
Advance Steel Scaffold Corporation 1 1
Advisory Council for Youth 1 1
Affiliated Young Democrats, Inc. of NYS 1 1
AG (through AI) 1 1
Agricultural Adjustment Act 1 2
Agricultural Advisory Commission 1 2
Ladd, Carl E. (Microfilm Only) 1 2
1941-1942 Agriculture and Markets (Dept. of) - General 2 2
1939-1940 Agriculture and Markets - General 2 2
1933-1938 Agriculture and Markets - General 2 2
Agriculture and Markets - Bang's Disease and Mastitis 2 2
1935-1938 Agriculture and Markets (Dept. of) - Division of Milk Control 2 2
1934 Milk Control Board 2 2
1933 Milk Control Board 2 2
1941-1942 Agriculture and Markets (Dept. of) - State Fair 2 2
Agriculture and Markets (Dept. of) - State Fair, Labor Difficulties 2 2
1933-1940 Agriculture and Markets (Dept. of) - State Fair Division 2 2
Agriculture and Markets (Dept. of) - Milk Publicity 2 2
Aid British Labor Week 2 2
Aid to Russia Day 2 2
Air Youth of America 2 2
1936 Airplane Crash - Lake Champlain 2 2
AL 2 2
Alabama - General 2 2
Alabama - Governor 2 2
Alabama Swamp 2 2
Alaska, Territory of 2 2
1933-1942 Albany - General 2 2
Albany Board of Registry 2 2
Albany Chamber of Commerce 2 2
1935-1942 Albany Community Chest 2 3
1938 Albany Election Investigation 2 3
1939-1942 Albany - Gambling 2 3
Albany - Commissioner of Charities 2 3
Albany County Board of Supervisors 2 3
1938 Albany County Investigation 2 3
1938 Albany Master Plumbers Association 2 3
Albany Port District Commission 2 3
Albany Regional Market 2 3
1935-1936 Albany Vice Conditions 2 3
Albion State Training School (see also Appendix, this reel) 2 3
1933 Albion State Training School - Investigation 3 3
Alcoholic Beverage Control - Inspector (application for) 3 3
Alden Baths - Alden Black Water Baths 3 3
ALE 3 3
Alfred University 3 3
Alger, George W. 3 3
Alger Plan 3 3
Alien Registration Act of 1940 3 3
ALL 3 3
Allegheny State Park 3 3
ALLEN - General 3 3
Allen, Robert J. (see also Appendix) 3 3
Allen, William C. 3 3
Allen, William H. 3 3
Allen, Mrs. Yorke 3 3
ALLI 3 3
Allied Printing Trades Council of Greater NY 3 3
Aluminum Workers of America 3 3
AM 3 4
American Association Motor Vehicles Administrators 3 4
Amsterdam News 3 4
Amsterdam - Gambling 3 4
1941 American First Meeting - White Plains, NY 3 4
AMERICAN, A-F 3 4
American Academy of Tropical Medicine 3 4
American Airlines, Inc. 3 4
1937 American Association of Adult Education Conference 3 4
American Association for Labor Legislation 3 4
American Association for Social Security, Inc. 3 4
American Association of Social Workers 3 4
American Bar Association 3 4
American Blue Print Company 3 4
American Civil Liberties Union 3 4
American Consuls General 3 4
American Council on Education 3 4
American Dental Association 3 4
American Education Week (proclamations of) 3 4
American Federation of Government Employees 3 4
American Federation of Labor 3 4
American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees 3 4
American Flight-Strip Association 3 4
American Forestry Association 3 4
AMERICAN, G-L 3 4
American Goat Society, Inc. 4 4
American Horseshoe Industries 4 4
American Hotels Corporation 4 4
1941-1942 American Indian Day 4 4
American Institute of Architecture 4 4
American Institute of Public Opinion 4 4
American Jewish Federation to Combat Communism and Fascism 4 4
American Labor Party 4 4
American Legislators' Association 4 4
American Legion - General 4 4
1937 American Legion - Convention 4 4
American Library Association Conferences - Delegates 4 4
AMERICAN, M-Z 4 4
American Museum of Health, Inc. 4 5
American Museum of Natural History 4 5
1940 American Negro Exposition 4 5
American Overseas Defense Committee 4 5
American Petroleum Institute 4 5
American Prison Association 4 5
American Prison (Association) Congress 4 5
American Psychological Association 4 5
American Public Health Association 4 5
American Public Welfare Association 4 5
American Red Cross 4 5
American (Medical) Students Abroad 4 5
American Red Cross 4 5
American Society Civil Engineers 4 5
American Society of Structural Engineers and Draftsmen 4 5
American Tree Association 4 5
American Vocational Association 4 5
1936 American Wild Life Conference - Delegates 4 5
American Workers Association 4 5
American Youth Congress 4 5
AMES 4 5
AN 4 5
ANDERS 4 5
Anderson, George T. 4 5
Andresen, Hans, Jr. 4 5
Anderson, N. M. 4 5
ANDES 4 5
ANDREWS - General 4 5
Andrews, Joseph 4 5
Andrews, William T. 4 5
ANG 4 5
Animals - Gas Experiments 4 5
Annual Messages (copies of) 4 5
Anthony Day - Susan B. (proclamation of) 4 5
Anti-Aircraft Training Regiment 4 5
1935 Anti-Crime Exhibition 4 5
1940 Anti-Lynching Bill (federal) 4 5
1942 Anti-Poll Tax Bill (federal) 4 5
Anti-Saloon League 4 5
Antietam (75th anniversary) 4 5
Antin, Benjamin 4 5
AP 4 5
Apgar, H.C. 5 5
Appeal Printing Co., Inc. 5 5
1937 Appellate Division - Supreme Court - Commission re: New Court House (Albany) 5 5
1937 Apples - Surplus Crop 5 5
Appleton, Mrs. Cecile B. 5 5
AR 5 5
Arbib, Mrs. Alexander 5 6
Arkansas - Governor of 5 6
ARM 5 6
Armories, Use of 5 6
Army Day (proclamations of) 5 6
Armistice Day 5 6
Army Maneuvers 5 6
Army and Navy Union 5 6
ARMSTRONG - General 5 6
Armstrong, George S., and Co., Inc. 5 6
Aron, Harold G. (housing plan) 5 6
Aronowitz, Samuel E. (Alcoholic Beverage Control Law) 5 6
Arsenian, Arsene (extradition of) 5 6
AS 5 6
Ashbaugh, Edwin C. (inquiry into death of) 5 6
Ashland, Town of 5 6
Ashton, M. H. 5 6
Asmus, Julia (birth certificate for) 5 6
Assessing and Reviewing (Joint Legislative Committee on) 5 6
ASSOCIATED - General 5 6
Associated Dump Trucking Industry 5 6
Associated General Contractors of America 5 6
Associated Industries of New York State, Inc. 5 6
Associated Progressive Retail Tailors, Dyers, and Cleaners of New York, Inc. 5 6
ASSOCIATIONS - General 5 6
Association of American Railroads (conventions) 5 6
Association of the Bar - City of New York 5 6
Association of Grand Jurors of New York County 5 6
Association for Improving the Condition of the Poor 5 6
Association of New York Canners, Inc. 5 6
Association of the Southern Commissioners of Agriculture 5 6
1939-1942 Association of State Civil Service Employees 5 6
1933-1938 Association of State Civil Service Employees 5 6
Association of State Civil Service Employees, Group Insurance 5 6
Association of Towns of the State of New York 5 6
Association of University Optometrists, Inc. 5 6
AT 6 6
Atkinson, Neville (charges of discrimination) 6 6
Atlantic Avenue and Rockaway Grade Crossing 6 6
Atlantic Avenue Improvement Committee of Brooklyn and Queens 6 6
Atlantic Avenue Subway League 6 6
Atlantic Deeper Waterways (Association) 6 6
Attica Prison 6 7
1941-1942 Attorney General - Office of 6 7
1939-1940 Attorney General - General 6 7
1933-1938 Attorney General 6 7
Atwell, George J. 6 7
AU 6 7
1937 Auburn Button Works Strike 6 7
Auburn - Gambling 6 7
Auburn Prison 6 7
1941-1942 Audit and Control - Dept. of 6 7
1939-1940 Audit and Control - General 6 7
1933-1938 Audit and Control - General 6 7
Audit and Control - Dept. of - Div. of Conscience Fund 6 7
1933-1942 Audit and Control - Employees Retirement 6 7
AUSTIN - General 6 7
Automotive Equipment - New York State 6 7
Automobile Accident Compensation 6 7
Automobile Accidents - Insurance, etc. 6 7
Automobile Club of New York 6 7
Automotive Safety Foundation 6 7
AV 6 7
Avery, Walter (Saratoga Springs Authority) 6 7
1933-1936 Aviation Commission 6 7
Aviation Commission 6 7
1941 Aviation Defense Association 6 7
Aviation School (proposed creation of state school) 6 7
Axtell, Silas B. 6 7
B 7 7
Bacon, Lee Leonard 7 7
BAD 7 7
Bagley, Henry (workmen's compensation case) 7 7
BAILEY - General 7 7
BAI 7 7
BAK 7 7
BAKER, A-E 7 7
Baker, Harold A. 7 7
Bailey, Beulah 7 7
BAL 7 7
Baldino, Francesco 7 7
Baldwin, Mrs. Nina E. 7 7
BALL 7 7
1937 Ballston-Stillwater Knitting Mills Strike 7 7
Baltic States Day (proclamation of) 7 7
BAN 7 7
Bander, Ingram 7 8
1933 Bank Holiday 7 8
1933 March 3-4 Bank Holiday Meeting 7 8
Bank of Sicily Trust Company 7 8
Bank of the United States 7 8
Bank of the United States - United Depositors Committee 7 8
Bank of the United States - Depositors Association, Inc. 7 8
Bank of Valley Stream 7 8
Banker, Ethel 7 8
Banking Board 7 8
1941-1942 Banking Department 7 8
1935-1940 Banking Department 7 8
Banking Department Reports 7 8
Banking Department - General - Reports and Statements 7 8
1940 Bank Tax 7 8
Banta, Edwin P. 7 8
BAR 7 8
Barboro, Michele 7 8
Barge Canal 7 8
BARK 7 8
Barker, Wendell P. 8 8
BARN 8 8
BARNES 8 8
Baum, Shepherd Z. 8 8
BAU 8 8
Battle, George Gordon 8 8
Battista, Vito P. 8 8
1939 Batt, Norbert J. (foreclosure of tax lien against) 8 8
Bates, Warner (NYS Automobile Association) 8 8
Bates, Sanford 8 8
Batson, P. E. 8 8
Batavia State School (for the Blind) 8 8
Bashford, J. C. 8 8
BAS 8 8
BART 8 9
1939 Barryville Bridge (closing of) 8 9
BARRETT - General 8 9
Barradas League 8 9
BARR 8 9
1938 Bauman, Joseph (investigation of) 8 9
1934 Bay Pond Forest Fire 8 9
Bayern, Herman A. 8 9
BE 8 9
Bear Mountain Bridge 8 9
1941-1942 Beacon, City of - Investigation of City Officials 8 9
Beacon Corporation 8 9
BEC 8 9
Beck, Hubert T. 8 9
Becker, Nathaniel 8 9
Becker, Ralph D. 8 9
BED 8 9
Bedford, Charles E. 8 9
Bedford Reformatory 8 9
Bee Line Buses 8 9
Begley, Leo W. (charges against) 8 9
BEH 8 9
Beiter, Alfred F. 8 9
Beiner, Oscar 8 9
BEL 8 9
Belgium Ambassador 8 9
Bellis, Anna C. 8 9
Bellucci, Frank A. 8 9
BEN 8 9
Benjamin, L. U. (charges against Tioga County District Attorney) 9 9
Benjamin, William E. (taxes on estate of) 9 9
BENN 9 9
Bennett, James O. 9 9
BENS 9 9
Benson, Hevlyn Dirck 9 9
BER 9 9
Berardial State Bank (liquidation of) 9 9
Berger, M. 9 9
BERGL 9 9
BERN 9 9
BERNSTEIN - General 9 10
Bernstein (vs.) Michigan Central Railroad 9 10
BERR 9 10
1933 Berry, Charles W. (NYC Comptroller; charges against) 9 10
Berry, Mary (aid request) 9 10
BES 9 10
Bethpage Park Authority 9 10
1941 Bethlehem Steel Strike 9 10
Beyer, Mary (aid request) 9 10
BI 9 10
BIG 9 10
Bible Week (proclamation of) 9 10
1938 Bigelow-Sanford Strike 9 10
BIN 9 10
Bill of Rights Day (proclamation of) 9 10
1941 Bill of Rights Week 9 10
BINGHAMTON - General 9 10
Binghamton Armory 9 10
Binghamton State Hospital 9 10
1941 Birth Control (State Fair Exhibit) 9 10
BIS 9 10
Bissell, Milton (job request) 9 10
BL 9 10
Black River Regulating Dist. 9 10
Black Rock Forest 9 10
BLAI 9 10
Blanchet, H. H. 9 10
BLAS 9 10
1940 Bleakley, William F. (Westchester County Executive; removal proceedings) 9 10
Blind - Schools 9 10
Bliss, Walter F. 9 10
BLO 9 10
Bloch, Stella 9 10
1939 Blood, George E. (Fredonia Coroner; removal proceedings) 10 10
Bloom, Sol 10 10
BLU 10 10
1936 Blum, Alfred (inquiry into death of) 10 10
Blum, Jerome (and Jerome J. Blum) 10 10
Blumenthal, Isabelle (job request) 10 10
BO 10 10
Boards of Supervisors 10 10
Boasberg, Emanuel, Jr. (aid request) 10 10
BOE 10 10
Bogardus, Clifton (job request) 10 10
Bogert, Mrs. Charles (aid request) 10 10
BOL 10 10
1933-1942 Boland, Frank (New York Hotel Association) 10 10
BON 10 10
Bond and Mortgage Guarantee Corp. 10 10
1940 Bookmaking - Race Tracks 10 10
Book Week 10 11
Booth, Mrs. Shella (aid request) 10 11
Booth, Walter P. (aid request) 10 11
Bootier, Laurence (aid request) 10 11
Bootleg Coal (from Pennsylvania) 10 11
BOR 10 11
Borden's Farm Products Co. 10 11
BOS 10 11
Bosler, William D. 10 11
Boston-Westchester Railroad Co. 10 11
Botsford, Samuel B. (Buffalo Chamber of Commerce) 10 11
BOU 10 11
Boudin, Louis B. 10 11
Boulevard Housing Corp. Investigation 10 11
Bouquet River 10 11
Bouvine Tuberculosis 10 11
BOW 10 11
Bowen, J. F. (aid request) 10 11
Bowne, Frederick (aid request) 10 11
BOY 10 11
Boy Scouts of America 10 11
Boyle, Edward F. 10 11
Boyle, Margaret (aid request) 10 11
Boys and Girls Week 10 11
BR 10 11
BRAI 10 11
Bramer, John P. (Parole Board Member; removal proceedings against) 10 11
Brandess, Marie G. (aid request) 10 11
Branham, V. C. 10 11
BRAS 10 11
Braunhut, Charles 10 11
Brazie, May (aid request) 10 11
BRE 10 11
1935 Bremen, Flag case 11 11
BREN 11 11
Bressler, David M. 11 12
Bretz, Julian P. (Tompkins County Democratic Chairman) 11 12
Brewer, Guy R. (aid request) 11 12
BRI 11 12
Bridge Authority (NYS) 11 12
Brighton Beach Schools 11 12
BRIN 11 12
Brinn, Jessie (aid request) 11 12
Briskman, J. 11 12
Brisson, Wilfred D. (aid request) 11 12
1941 British Aid Week 11 12
British Ambassador 11 12
British Consul General 11 12
Britt, Walter D. 11 12
BRO 11 12
Bronx Chamber of Commerce 11 12
Bronx County Council 11 12
Bronx County Medical Society 11 12
Brokaw, Theodore P. 11 12
Bronx River Parkway 11 12
Bronx River Parkway Extension 11 12
BROO 11 12
Brooklyn - General 11 12
Brooklyn Bar Association 11 12
Brooklyn Bureau of Charities 11 12
Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce 11 12
1937 Brooklyn Daily Eagle - Strike 11 12
Brooklyn Girls' Vocational School 11 12
Brooklyn Navy Yard 11 12
Brooklyn State Hospital 11 12
BROOKS - General 11 12
Brooks, Franklin 11 12
Brooks Memorial Hospital 11 12
Brotherhood of Painters, Decorators and Paperhangers of America 11 12
Brotherhood Week 11 12
BROW 12 12
Brownsell, George (aid request) 12 12
BROWN-BROWNE, A-E 12 12
BROWN-BROWNE, F-J 12 12
BROWN-BROWNE, K-Z 12 12
Brown, Margaret (complaint against courts) 12 12
Brown, Samuel C. B. (complaint against courts) 12 12
BRU 12 12
Bruce, Roscoe Conkling 12 12
BRUN 12 12
Brundage, W. D. 12 12
BRY 12 12
Bryan, John L. (aid request) 12 12
BU 12 13
Buchanan Estate 12 13
BUD 12 13
1942 Budget - General 12 13
1942 Budget - County Fairs, Appropriation for 12 13
1941 Budget Controversy 12 13
1941 Budget 12 13
1940 Budget, Division of - General 12 13
1940-1941 Budget, A-E (A-N) 12 13
1940-1941 Budget, M-Z 12 13
1939 Budget, Division of - General 12 13
1939 Budget 12 13
1939 Budget - Appropriation Act 12 13
1938 Budget - General 12 13
1937 Budget Department 12 13
1937 Budget - State Highways 13 13
1933, 1936 Budget - General 13 13
1936 February 4 Budget Hearing 13 13
1933-1936 Budget 13 13
1933-1934 Budget Advisory Committee 13 13
Buffalo - General 13 14
Buffalo - City of 13 14
1933 Buffalo and Fort Erie Public Bridge Authority (creation of) 13 14
1937 Buffalo Food Strike 13 14
Buffalo Grade Crossing and Terminal Station Commission 13 14
Buffalo Housing Authority 13 14
Buffalo Sewer Authority 13 14
Buffalo Municipal Housing Authority 13 14
1937-1940 Buffalo Payroll - Investigation 13 14
Building Service Employees International Union 13 14
Buffalo State Hospital 13 14
BUI 13 14
Bundles for Britain 13 14
1935-1936 Building Serving Employees Strike - New York City 13 14
Bullock, Wayne A. (aid request) 13 14
Bulwagga Bay Causeway (proposed creation of) 13 14
Buon, Francis J. (aid request) 13 14
BUR 13 14
BURK 13 14
BURKE - General 13 14
Burke, Edmund - American Memorial Committee 13 14
Burke, Michael J. (aid request) 13 14
Burke, Patrick J. (aid request) 13 14
Burlingham, Charles C. 13 14
BURN 13 14
Burney, Charles O., Jr. (Assemblyman) 13 14
Burns, May C. (aid request) 13 14
BURR 13 14
Burr, Theodosia (appointment to State Planning Board) 13 14
Burritt, Maurice 13 14
Burton, C. Raymond (aid request) 13 14
BUS 13 14
1934 July Bus Accident (Ossining, New York) 13 14
1941 Bus Strike - New York City 13 14
1938 Busch Jewelry Co. Strike 13 14
Bush, Minnie S. 13 14
BUT 14 14
BY 14 14
1942 Byrd (Senator) Resolution 14 14
Byrne, William T. 14 14
C 14 14
1939-1940 Cabinet Meetings 14 14
1937-1938 Cabinet Meetings 14 14
1933-1936 Cabinet Meetings 14 14
Caccavale, Rita C. (aid request) 14 14
Caddies - Employment of 14 14
Cahill, Michael H. 14 14
CAL 14 14
Calder, William H. 14 15
Caldwell, Robert J. 14 15
Cali, Vincenzo (aid request) 14 15
CALIFORNIA - General 14 15
California - Governor 14 15
CAM 14 15
CAMPBELL - General 14 15
Campbell, May E. (aid request) 14 15
Camp Upton (Military Reservation) 14 15
CAN 14 15
CANADA-CANADIAN - General 14 15
Canajoharie, New York 14 15
Cancellieri, D. (aid request) 14 15
Cancer Commission 14 15
Cancer Crusade Week (proclamation of) 14 15
Cancer Educational Month (proclamation of) 14 15
Canfield, A. J. (aid request) 14 15
Canton, New York - Chamber of Commerce 14 15
Canton State School of Agriculture 14 15
Cantor, Nathaniel (job request) 14 15
Capital Gains Tax 14 15
Capital Punishment 14 15
CAR 14 15
CAREY-CARY 14 15
CARLS 14 15
Carlucci, Angelo R. (aid request) 14 15
CARM 14 15
Carpel, Edward (complaint against Division of Standards and Purchase) 14 15
Carns, William L. 14 15
CARR 14 15
CARS 14 15
Carson, Julia B. (inquiry into husband's death) 14 15
Carter, Arthur (Mayor of Amsterdam, New York) 14 15
Carter, Elmer A. 14 15
CAS 14 15
Case, J. Frank (aid request) 14 15
Cashin, William E. 14 15
CASS 14 15
Cass, Edward R. 14 15
Cassidy, John F. (aid request) 15 15
Castiglione, Baggio 15 15
CAT 15 15
CATHOLIC - General 15 15
Catskill Chamber of Commerce 15 15
Cautley, Marjorie S. (aid request) 15 15
CE 15 15
Cecil, Vincent (aid request) 15 15
Cederstrom, Sig 15 15
Celler, Emanuel 15 15
CENTRAL - General 15 15
Central Housing Committee 15 15
Central Islip State Hospital 15 15
Central New York Regional Market Authority 15 15
Central States Probation and Parole Conference 15 16
Central Trades and Labor Council 15 16
Certificate Servicing Corporation 15 16
Certificated Mortgage 15 16
CH 15 16
Chaiken, Frank D. (aid request) 15 16
Chamber of Commerce of State of New York 15 16
Chambers of Commerce 15 16
Chamberlain, W. P. (aid request) 15 16
CHAN 15 16
Chandler, D'Alma (aid request) 15 16
Chapel Pond Road and Keane Valley Road 15 16
Chapin, Frank B. (aid request) 15 16
Chapman, Paul (complaints against Bronx County District Attorney) 15 16
CHAR 15 16
Charity Organization Society (of New York City) 15 16
Chase, Paul George (aid request) 15 16
CHE 15 16
Chearlup, Bernard 15 16
Cheektowaga - Gambling 15 16
Cheektowaga Race Track 15 16
Chelsea Association for Planning and Action 15 16
Cheney, Guy W. (Assemblyman) 15 16
Cheron, William 15 16
Cherry Grove Public Dock District (proposed creation of) 15 16
CHI 15 16
Chicago and St. Louis Railroad 15 16
1933-1934 Chicago Worlds Fair Commission 15 16
CHID 16 16
Child Health Day (proclamation of) 16 16
1937-1939 Child Labor Amendment 16 16
1935-1936 Child Labor Amendment 16 16
1937 Child Labor Amendment 16
1939 Children in a Democracy (White House conference) 16 16
Children's Court Jurisdiction and Juvenile Delinquency (Joint Legislative) Committee 16 16
China Week (proclamation of) 16 16
CHR 16 16
Christmas Seals Sale Proclamations 16 16
Christy, Mrs. Minnie 16 16
CI 16 16
C.I.T. Safety Foundation 16 16
Citizens Budget Commission, Inc. 16 16
1941-1942 Citizens Bureau of Governmental Research 16 17
1939-1940 Citizens Bureau of Governmental Research 16 17
Citizens Public Expenditures Survey, Inc. 16 17
1935-1942 Citizens Union of the City of New York 16 17
CITIZENS-CITIZENSHIP - General 16 17
City Affairs Committee of New York 16 17
City Club of New York 16 17
City-wide Citizens Committee on Harlem 16 17
CIVIL - General 16 17
Civil Service Employees 16 17
Civil Service Examinations 16 17
1941-1942 Civil Service Commission 16 17
1933-1940 Civil Service Commission 17 17
Civil Service Commission, Reports 17 17
Civil Service Commission - Classification Board 17 17
Civil Service - Commission on the Extension of 17 17
Civil Service Forum 17 17
Civil Service Investigation 17 17
Civil Service Merit System 17 17
Civil Service Reform Association 17 17
1942 Civil Service Commission Resolutions 17 17
1941 Civil Service Commission Resolutions 17 17
1940 Civil Service Commission Resolutions 17 17
1939 Civil Service Commission Resolutions 17 18
1938 Civil Service Commission Resolutions 17 17
1937 Civil Service Commission Resolutions 17 17
1936 Civil Service Commission Resolutions 17 18
1935 Civil Service Commission Resolutions 17 18
1934 Civil Service Commission Resolutions 17 18
1933 Civil Service Commission Resolutions 17 18
1937 February 22 Child Labor Amendment - (Transcript of) Hearing on Bill 17 18
CL 17 18
Clare, Phillip 17 18
CLARK-CLARKE - General 17 18
Clark, Nellie 17 18
Clark, Frank 17 18
Clark, John Holly, Jr. 17 18
Clark, William 17 18
1937 Clark Mills (New York): Hind-Harrison Co. Strike 17 18
1940-1941 Class Rate Investigation 17 18
CLAS 17 18
CLE 17 18
Clearwater, Alphonso T. - Gift to State 17 18
CLI 17 18
Clothing for Insane Patients 17 19
Clinton (George) Memorial 17 19
Cloak and Suit Industry 17 19
1933 Cloak and Suit Industry Strike 17 19
1933 June 28 Cloak and Suit Manufacturers Conference 17 19
CO 17 19
1941 Coal Strike 17 19
Coburn, Harriet M. (aid request) 17 19
Code Authorities (New York State) 17 19
Code of Criminal Procedure 17 19
1938 Coeymans - Special Election 17 19
Coffey, James J. (aid request) 17 19
COH 17 19
COHAN, COHANE, COHEN, COHN - General 17 19
Cohen, Lillian (aid request) 18 19
Cohen, Julius Henry 18 19
Cohen, Max (aid request) 18 19
Cohen, William W. (aid request) 18 19
1939 Cohoes - Gambling 18 19
Colprice, Leo (aid request) 18 19
COL 18 19
Colarn Furniture and Equipment Co. 18 19
Colden, Charles S. 18 19
COLE - General 18 19
COLL 18 19
College Point Taxpayers Association 18 19
COLLINS - General 18 19
Collins Landing Bridge 18 19
COLM 18 19
Colonial Works, Inc. 18 19
Colorado - Governor 18 19
Columbia Broadcasting System, Inc. 18 19
1941 Columbia Mills Strike 18 19
Columbia University 18 19
COM 18 19
Comfort, Jessie F. (aid request) 18 19
Commerce, Division of 18 19
Commerce, Division of 18 19
Commissioners of Deeds 18 19
Commission on Degeneracy (proposed creation of) 18 19
Commission for Polish Relief, Inc. 18 19
Commissioners of Pilots (Board of) 18 19
COMMITTEE - General 18 19
Committee of Accounting Personnel, Department of Social Welfare 18 19
Committee for Economic Recovery 18 19
1942 Communist Party (election rights) 18 19
1938-1940 Communist Party 18 20
Community Councils, City of New York 18 20
Community Councils, City of New York - Water Committee 18 20
Community Service Society of New York 18 20
Community Welfare League 18 20
Compensation Insurance - Injury in Bombing Raids 18 20
Comprehensive Insurance Rating Plan 18 20
CON 18 20
Concurrent Resolutions Committee 18 20
1936-1942 Conference of Mayors 18 20
1934-1935 Conference of Mayors 18 20
1932-1933 Conference of Mayors 18 20
Conference of Mayors, Reports 18 20
Congressional Reapportionment 18 20
CONKLIN - General 18 20
CONN 18 20
Connecticut, State of 18 20
CONNELL - General 18 20
CONNELLY-CONNOLLY - General 19 20
CONNER-CONNOR - General 19 20
Connor, Raymond F. (aid request) 19 20
Conover, Mrs. Charles (aid request) 19 20
CONR 19 20
1935-1940 Conservation - Bureau of Publicity 19 20
1941-1942 Conservation Department 19 20
1939-1940 Conservation Commission 19 20
1933-1938 Conservation Commission 19 20
Conservation Commission, Enfield Park 19 20
Conservation Commission - re Golden Eagle 19 20
1941-1942 Conservation Department - State Council of Parks 19 20
1932-1940 Conservation Department - State Council of Parks 19 20
1941-1942 Conservation Department - Saratoga Springs Authority 19 20
1939-1940 Conservation Department - Saratoga Springs Authority 19 20
1936-1938 Conservation Department - Saratoga Springs Authority 19 20
Conservation Department - Saratoga Springs Authority - New Hotel 19 20
Conservation Department - Saratoga Springs Authority, Lease to George Serotta 19 21
Conservation Week (proclamation of) 19 21
Consolidated Edison Company 19 21
Consolidated Home and Farm Owners' Mortgage Committee 19 21
Consolidated Tenants' League, Inc. 19 21
Constitution Day 19 21
1938 Constitutional Amendments (state) 19 21
1941 Constitutional Amendment No. 1 19 21
1941 Constitutional Amendment No. 4 19 19
1938 Constitutional Convention 20 21
Constitutional Convention - Legislative Appropriation of Funds for 20 21
1937 August 6 Constitutional Convention - Conference at 820 Park Ave., New York City 20 21
Constitutional Convention - Appointment of Unofficial Committee 20 21
1939-1942 Consul Generals 20 21
1937-1938 Consul Generals 20 21
Conservation Commission - Division of Water Power 20 21
1935-1936 Consul Generals 20 21
1933-1934 Consul Generals 20 21
Consul Generals, Reports and Lists 20 21
Consumers League of New York 20 21
Contracts, Awards 20 21
Conway, H. Paul 20 21
COO 20 21
COOK-COOKE - General 20 21
COON 20 21
Cooney, G. L. 20 21
COOPER - General 20 21
Cooper Union 20 21
Cooperative Housing Association of Civil Service Employees 20 21
Copeland, Royal S. 20 21
Coppola, Sarah (aid request) 20 21
COR 20 21
Corcillo, Angelo A. (aid request) 20 21
CORN 20 21
Cornell University 20 21
1939 Corning, City of - Investigation 20 21
Cornwall (New York) Planning Board 20 21
1941-1942 Correction (Dept. of) 20 21
1939-1940 Correction (Dept. of) 20 21
1933-1938 Correction (Dept. of) 20 21
Correction Department - Reports 20 21
Correction Department - Clinton County Jail 20 21
Correction Department - Clinton Prison 20 21
Correction Department - Education in Institutions 20 21
Correction Department - Commission for the Study of Educational Problems of Penal Institutions for Youth 20 21
Correction Department - Commission for the Study of Educational Problems of Penal Institutions for Youth - Reports 20 21
Correction Department - Paint and Varnish Brush Industry 21 22
Correction Department - Prison Made Goods 21 22
Correction Department - Probation Commission 21 22
1939 Cortland County Commissioner of Public Welfare - General (Investigation) 21 22
Cortland County Commissioner of Public Welfare - Report (Transcript of Investigation) 21 22
Cortlandt, Town of 21 22
COS 21 22
Cosco, Joseph 21 22
Cosmetology, Board of 21 22
1933 Cost of Education Committee 21 22
1933 Cost of Education Committee - Lists, Reports, etc. 21 22
Cotillo, Salvatore A. 21 22
COU 21 22
Council on Foreign Relations 21 22
Council of Social Agencies (of Rochester) 21 22
1941-1942 Council of State Governments 21 22
1939-1940 Council of State Governments 21 22
1937-1938 Council of State Governments 21 22
1932-1936 Council of State Governments 21 22
1935 County Home Rule Amendment 21 22
County Government Reform 21 22
Court of Appeals 22 23
Court of Claims 22 23
Court of General Sessions 22 23
COW 22 23
Cox, Frank P. 22 23
Cox, Virginia M. (aid request) 22 23
CR 22 23
CRAIG - General 22 23
Craig Colony 22 23
Crain, Thomas C. T. 22 23
Cramer, Frank 22 23
CRANE - General 22 23
Crane, Frederick I. (aid request) 22 23
Cranford, Frederick L. 22 23
Crants, Anna 22 23
Cravener, Edward K. 22 23
CRAWFORD - General 22 23
Crawford, Finla C. 22 23
CRE 22 23
Criscuolo, Luigi 22 23
1933-1942 Creedmoor State Hospital 22 23
Creedmoor Hospital Employees 22 23
Crego, George R. 22 23
Crime 22 23
1935 Crime Conference - Lists, Memos, etc. 22 23
1935 Crime Conference - General, A-I 22 23
1935 Crime Conference - General, J-Z 22 23
Crime Conference - Response to Crane Speech 22 23
Crime Conference - General Speakers 22 23
Crime Conference - Questionnaires 22 23
Crime Conference - Round Tables #1, 2, 3, 4, 5 22 23
Crime Conference - School Children Response to Broadcast 22 23
Crime Prevention Bureau Bill 22 23
Crime Prevention and Prison Reform Committee 22 24
1936 Crime Program (Legislature) 22 24
CRO 23 24
Cromwell, Florence (aid request) 23 24
CROS 23 24
Cross, James H. 23 24
Cross, Jeremiah F. 23 24
Croton Dam 23 24
CU 23 24
Cuban Ambassador 23 24
Cuban Navy Band 23 24
Cuff, Hugh T. 23 24
Cullen, Etta C. (aid request) 23 24
Cullman, Howard S. 23 24
CUMMINGS-CUMMINS - General 23 24
CUNNINGHAM - General 23 24
CUR 23 24
Curley, Anna M. (aid request) 23 24
Curran, Edward T. 23 24
CURTIS-CURTISS - General 23 24
CUS 23 24
Czecho-Slovak Day 23 24
D 23 24
DAILEY-DAILY-DALY - General 23 24
Dailey, Donald A. 23 24
Daly, Mark A. 23 24
Dailey, Vincent 23 24
Dairy Farmers Union 23 24
Dairymen's League Cooperative Association, Inc. 23 24
DAL 23 24
DAN 23 24
Danacher, Hortense 23 24
Daniels, Frederick I. 23 24
Dannemora State Hospital 23 24
DAR 23 24
Darby, Golden 23 24
Darrow, Frederick E. W. 23 24
Daru, Robert 23 24
Darweger, Gustave C. 23 24
Dau, Frederick W. 23 24
DAV 23 24
DAVIE 23 24
David, Alfred 23 24
Davidovich, Chaim 23 24
Davison, Mary (aid request) 23 24
DAVIS - General, A-Z 23 24
DAW-(DAY) 23 24
Daylight Saving Time 23 24
Davidson, Maurice P. 23 25
DE 23 25
Debt Service 23 25
DEC 23
Decker, Frank N. 23 25
Dedell, Thomas C. 23 25
Defense Plant Corporation 24 25
Defense Savings Bond and Defense Bonds and Stamps 24 25
Dekoven, Jean (aid request) 24 25
DEG 24 25
DEL 24 25
Delano, Frederic A. 24 25
Dela-Curva, Randolph Cook 24 25
DELANEY-DELANY - General 24 25
Delaney, John T. (Albany County District Attorney; charges against) 24 25
DELAWARE - General 24 25
Delaware - Governor 24 25
Delaware and Hudson Railroad Tracks - Saratoga, NY 24 25
Delaware Swedish Tercentenary 24 25
DeLeon, Mark L. (aid request) 24 25
Delhi State School (of Agriculture) 24 25
Delson, Robert 24 25
DEM 24 25
DEN 24 25
Dennett, Tyler 24 25
D'Entrecasteaux 24 25
Departmental Printing Group B 24 25
Depositors Life Insurance Co. 24 25
DER 24 25
Desmond, Thomas C. 24 25
DesSpirito, Cesare (aid request) 24 25
Deutsch, Maurice 24 25
DEV 24 25
Dever, Edward J. (aid request) 24 25
DeWaltoff, D. B. (aid request) 24 25
Dewey Investigation 24 25
DI 24 25
DIE 24 25
Die Moulding Strike 24 25
DIL 24 25
Dillon, Dennis 24 25
Diouguardi, Giovanni (aid request) 24 25
Divine, M. J. (Father Divine) 24 25
Disabled American Veterans of the World War 24 25
Discrimination in Employment 24 25
Discrimination - Race Tracks 24 25
Disque, Brice P. 24 25
DO 24 25
Dodge, William C. 25 25
1937 Dog Racing - Court Injunction 25 25
1938 Dog Racing - Rensselaer County, Nassau, New York 25 26
Dog Racing - Orangeburg 25 26
1937 Dog Racing - General 25 26
1936 Dog Racing - Batavia, NY 25 26
1932 Dog Racing - Ballston, NY 25 26
1936 Dog Racing - Cheektowaga, NY 25 26
Dog Racing - Mineola, NY 25 26
1937 Dog Racing - North Syracuse, NY 25 26
1937 Dog Racing - Injunction 25 26
1937 Dog Racing - Injunction (con't) 25 26
1937 Dog Racing - Injunction (con't) 25 26
1937 Dog Racing - Injunction (con't) 25 26
DOH 25 26
Dollar Family 25 26
Dolomite Marine Corporation 25 26
Domestic Relations Court 25 26
DON 25 26
DONN 25 26
DONNELLY - General 25 26
Donnelly vs. Ben Record Brewery 26 26
Donnelly, George 26 26
Donnelly, Leo (aid request) 26 26
Donnelly, Stewart (extradition of) 26 26
Dongan Charter 26 26
DONOHUE - General 26 26
Donahue, R. A. (aid request) 26 26
DOR 26 27
Dorfman, George 26 27
Dormant Bank Accounts 26 27
DOU 26 27
Dougherty, Harold E. 26 27
Douglass, Winnifred 26 27
DOW 26 27
Dowd, Thomas H. 26 27
Doyle, Edward P. 26 27
DR 26 27
Dress Industry Placement Office in New York City 26 27
Dreyer, Jacob S. 26 27
Dreyfuss, Henrietta 26 27
DRI 26 27
DRISCILL - General 26 27
1939 Drought Conditions 26 27
Drum, Hugh A. 26 27
Druckman Case 26 27
1936 January Druckman Case - Extraordinary Special and Trial Term of the Supreme Court, Kings County 26 27
Druckman Case - Todd, Hiram C. 26 27
DU 26 27
DUFFY - General 26 27
Duffy, Francis J. 26 27
Duck Shooting 26 27
DUN 26 27
DUNN-DUNNE - General 26 27
Dunscombe, Harry (aid request) 26 27
Dunn, Mary A. (aid request) 26 27
Dunnigan, John J. 26 27
Dundee, H.M.S. 26 27
Dunkirk Grade Crossing 26 27
DUR 26 27
Durston, N. E. 26 27
Dutch Elm Disease 26 27
1939 Dutchess County - Investigation of sheriff 26 27
DW 26 27
Dwyer, Joseph A. (aid request) 26 27
E 26 27
Eager, Eugene Clarence (aid request) 26 27
Earle, George H. 26 27
EARLEY-EARLY - General 26 27
EAST-EASTERN - General 26 27
East Fishkill (New York) - Union Free School District #2 26 27
Eastchester, Town of, Union Free School District No. 2 26 27
Eastman, E. R., Editor, American Agriculturist (Microfilm Only) 26 27
EB 27 27
EC 27 28
Economic Council 27 28
1942 Economy Commission (of New York State Legislature) 27 28
Eckert, Edgar L. (inquiry into death of) 27 28
Ecuador - General 27 28
ED 27 28
1942 Edison Day 27 28
EDM 27 28
Eden, May (aid request) 27 28
1934-1938 Education Dept. - General 27 28
1941-1942 Education Dept. - General 27 28
1939-1940 Education Dept. - General 27 28
Education Dept. - Adult Education Bureau 27 28
Education Dept. - Division of Aeronautics 27 28
Education Dept. - Dental Examiners 27 28
Education Dept. - State Historian 27 28
1940 Education Dept. - Legislative Investigation 27 28
Education Dept. - Division of Library 27 28
1937-1940 Education Dept. - Merchant Marine Academy 27 28
1941-1942 Education Dept. - Maritime Academy 27 28
1937-1938 Education Dept. - Merchant Marine Academy - removal to Fort Schuyler 27 28
Education Dept. - Merchant Marine Academy - Fort Schuyler Lease 27 28
1933-1936 Education Dept. - Merchant Marine Academy - General 27 28
Education Dept. - Merchant Marine Academy - Maps 27 28
Education Dept. - Merchant Marine Academy - Certificate of Intent 27 28
Education Dept. - Motion Picture Department 27 28
Education Dept. - Normal Schools 27 28
Education Dept. - Nurses Examiners Board 27 28
Education Dept. - Board of Optometry 27 28
Education Dept. - Re-districting Commission 27 28
Education Dept. - Board of Regents 27 28
Education Dept. - Teachers' Retirement Bureau 27 28
Education Dept. - Transportation of School Children 27 28
Educational Conservation Society 27 28
EDWARD-EDWARDS - General 27 28
EG 27 28
Egbert, George Drew (Society for Prevention of Crime) 27 28
EI 28 28
Eighteenth Amendment, Repeal of 28 28
Eighteenth Amendment, Special Election to Repeal 28 28
Einhorn, N. 28 29
Eisenberg, Ida (aid request) 28 29
EL 28 29
Elder, James 28 29
Election Law 28 29
1933-1940 Electoral College 28 29
Elfand, B. (aid request) 28 29
Elfin, Maxwell (aid request) 28 29
ELL 28 29
Elliott Addressing Machine Company 28 29
ELLIS-ELLISON - General 28 29
Elmira Bond Issue 28 29
Elmira Reformatory 28 29
EM 28 29
Emancipation Proclamation (75th Anniversary) 28 29
Emergency Certificate Corporation 28 29
Emergency Public Works Commission 28 29
Emergency Relief Bureau (of New York City) 28 29
Emergency Relief Bureau Staff 28 29
Emergency Work Bureaus 28 29
Empire State Days 28 29
Empire State Travel Association 28 29
Empire Typographical Conference 28 29
EN 28 29
Endelman, Edward 28 29
Engelhardt, N. L. 28 29
Engelman, A. J. 28 29
ENGL 28 29
Epstein, Henry 28 29
Equitable Life Assurance Society 28 29
ER 28 29
Erhard, John (aid request) 28 29
Erie County - General 28 29
Erie County Clerk 28 29
Erie County District Attorney 28 29
1933-1941 Erie County - Gambling - General 28 29
Erie County - Gambling - Charges Against Sheriff Pollock and District Attorney Haggerty 28 29
Erie County - Gambling - Buffalo, New York 28 29
Erie County - Gambling - Cheektowaga, New York 29 30
Erie County - Gambling - Lackawanna, New York 29 30
Erie County - Gambling - Tonawanda, New York 29 30
Erie County - Gambling - West Seneca, New York 29 30
Erie County Industrial Union Council 29 30
Erie-Oswego Barge Canal 29 30
Erie Railroad Company 29 30
Erie County Sheriff 29 30
Ernst, Morris L. 29 30
ES 29 30
Essex County - Investigation 29 30
Essex County - Investigation - Report 29 30
EV 29 30
Evaporated Milk Association 29 30
EVANS - General 29 30
EW 29 30
Excessive Assessed Valuation - Real Estate 29 30
Executive Orders 29 30
Executive Mansion - Statement 29 30
F 29 30
Fairhaven Village, Inc. 29 30
Faithfull, Stanley E. (Charges Against Nassau County District Attorney) 29 30
1935 Fair Trade Practices Act 29 30
FAL 30 30
Falbee, Harold M. (aid request) 30 30
Family and Marriage Bureau 30 30
FAR 30 30
Farley, James A. 30 30
Farm Labor Camps 30 31
1941-1942 Farm Labor Shortage 30 31
Farmingdale Institute of Applied Agriculture 30 31
FARRELL - General 30 31
FAS 30 31
Fassell, Mary Allen 30 31
Fathers' Day 30 31
Fay, Joseph 30 31
Fayerweather, Charles S. 30 31
FE 30 31
Fearon, George R. 30 31
Feather Sales Agency of Long Island, Inc. 30 31
FEDERAL - General 30 31
Federal Aid for Highways 30 31
Federal Bar Association 30 31
Federal Child Labor Amendment 30 31
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 30 31
Federal Home Loan Bank Review 30 31
Federal Land Bank of Springfield, Mass. 30 31
Federal Motor Carrier Act 30 31
1942 Federal - State Conference 30 31
FEDERATED-FEDERATION - General 30 31
Federation of Architects, Engineers, Chemists and Technicians 30 31
Federation Bank and Trust Co. 30 31
Federation of Civil Service Employees 30 31
Federation of Westchester Taxpayers Association 30 31
Fee, Kenneth 30 31
FEL 30 31
Fellowship of Namesake Towns 30 31
Fels, Leon 30 31
FER 30 31
FERGUSON - General 30 31
Fernandes, Jose 30 31
Ferrara, Josephine (aid request) 30 31
FI 30 31
Fifty Years Conservation Committee 30 31
1935 $55,000,000 Bond Issue 30 31
Filene, Edward A. 30 31
Film Censorship 30 31
FIN 30 31
Financial Statement 31 31
Finger Lakes Wine Growers Association 31 31
Finkelstein, Maurice 31 31
Finland Day 31 31
Finley, Carl (aid request) 31 32
FINN 31 32
Finnish Workers Club 31 32
Finucane, Bernard Emmett 31 32
Fire Prevention Week 31 32
Fire Truck Trails (in State Forests) 31 32
Firearms, Confiscation of 31 32
FIRST - General 31 32
FISHER - General 31 32
FIT 31 32
FITZGERALD - General 31 32
Fitzpatrick, Joseph L. 31 32
Five Day Week (for Civil Service) 31 32
FL 31 32
Flag Day 31 32
FLANAGAN - General 31 32
First Army Maneuvers 31 32
Firstenberg, Irving (aid request) 31 32
1937 Firthcliff Carpet Mills - Strike 31 32
FIS 31 32
1942 Fiscal Year, (Proposed) Change of 31 32
FISCHER - General 31 32
Fischer, Louis 31 32
Flanagan, Chris J. (aid request) 31 32
Flatto, Harold 31 32
FLE 31 32
Fleischer, Ralph E. (court martial of) 31 32
FLEMING - General 31 32
Flexner, Carolin A. 31 32
FLO 31 32
1939-1940 Flood Control Commission 31 32
1937-1938 Flood Control Commission 31 32
1936 Flood Control Commission 31 32
1936 Flood Control Commission (con't) 31 32
Flood (control) Commission, Vermont 31 32
1942 Flood 31 32
1940 Flood 32 32
1939 February Flood 32 33
1938 September Flood 32 33
1937 Flood 32 33
1937 Flood - Middle West 32 33
1936 Flood 32 33
1936 Flood Relief - Farm Relief 32 33
1935 Flood 32 33
1935 Flood - American Red Cross 32 33
1935 Flood - C.C.C. Men 32 33
1935-1939 Flood Control Conferences 32 33
1935 Flood - Emergency Highway Money 32 33
1935 Flood - Flood Survey Committee 32 33
1935 Flood - Memos, Reports, Etc. 32 33
1935 Flood - Photographs 32 33
1935 Flood - Rural Rehabilitation Corporation 32 33
1935 Flood - Simons, L. R. 32 33
1935 Flood - Soil Conservation 32 33
1935 Flood - State Police 32 33
Florida, State of 32 33
FLYNN - General 32 33
Flynn, Edward J. (charges against) 32 33
FO 32 33
Foley Brothers (Construction Co.) 32 33
Foley, Harry T. 33 33
Folks, Homer 33 33
Homer Folks Hospital (includes FORD - General) 33 33
Follette, Granville E. (aid request) 33 33
1939 Flood Profiteering 33 33
FOR 33 33
(FORD - General) see Folks (Homer) Hospital 33 33
1938 Ford Manufacturing Co. - Strike 33 33
Foreign Estates 33 33
Foreign Medical Schools 33 34
Foreign Policy Association 33 34
Forest Fire Hazard 33 34
Forest Taxation Committee 33 34
FORG 33 34
For-Get-Me-Not Days 33 34
Forney, Charles (aid request) 33 34
Fort Edward Gambling 33 34
1934 Forty Million Dollar Bond Issue (for Unemployment Relief) 33 34
Forest Fires 33 34
1941 Forty-Second Congressional District (vacancy) 33 34
FOS 33 34
FOSTER - General 33 34
FOU 33 34
Fourth of July Ceremonies 33 34
Fourteenth Assembly District - Election Frauds 33 34
1941 Fourteenth Congressional District - Special Election 33 34
FOWLER - General 33 34
FR 33 34
FRANKE 33 34
FRANK - General 33 34
FRANKLIN - General 33 34
FRASER - General 33 34
FRE 33 34
FREEDMAN-FRIEDMAN - General 33 34
FREEMAN - General 33 34
Freiser, Max 33 34
FREN 33 34
FRI 33 34
Friedkiss, Boris J. (aid request) 33 34
Friedman, Elisha M. 33 34
Friedman, Louis - Brighton Beach, New York 33 34
Friedman, Morris (aid request) 33 34
FRIEMAN - General 33 34
Friendly Finance Service, Inc. 34 34
FRIES 34 34
Friese, Emma (aid request) 34 34
Frisbie, Daniel M. 34 34
FRO 34 34
Fruit Commission 34 34
FU 34 34
Fugitives from Justice 34 34
FULLER - General 34 34
FUN 34 34
1936 Fur Tax - Federal 34 34
G 34 34
Gabriele, Lucy (aid request) 34 34
GAL 34 34
GALLAGHER - General 34 34
Gallaudet Home 34 34
GAM 34 34
GAR 34 34
Garden Grove Sanitarium 34 34
GARIDNER - General 34 34
GARN 34 34
1941 Garnerville Strike 34 34
Garrie, A. W. (aid request) 34 34
GAS 34 34
Gasoline Tax 34 34
Gasoline (Purchased by State) - Tabulation 34 34
Gaudu, John (aid request) 34 34
Geier, Theodore (aid request) 34 35
GE 34 35
GEL 34 35
Geller, Amelia (aid request) 34 35
Gelson, Honour E. (aid request) 34 35
GENERAL - General 34 35
Genesee State Park 34 35
GENEVA - General 34 35
Georgas School of Medical Science 34 35
Georgia - Governor 34 35
GER 34 35
GERMAN - General 34 35
German Consulate at Buffalo 34 35
German Refugees 34 35
Gerson, Simon W.: A-C 34 35
Gerson, Simon W.: D-I 34 35
Gerson, Simon W.: J-L 34 35
Gerson, Simon W.: M 34 35
Gerson, Simon W.: N-R 34 35
Gerson, Simon W.: S-Z 34 35
Gerung, George (aid request) 34 35
Ghougasian, Sarah 34 35
Geoghan, William F. X. (Kings County District Attorney.; charges against) 35 36
1938 Geoghan, William F. X. - Removal 35 36
Geoghan, William F. X. - Charges by Lloyd P. Stryker 35 36
Geoghan, William F. X. - Charges by Joseph D. McGoldrick 35 36
Geoghan, William F. X. - Charges by Horace N. Dougherty 35 36
Geoghan, William F. X. - Dougherty Letter 35 36
Geoghan, William F. X. - Charges - Charles K. Burdick, James V. Coffey 35 36
Geoghan, William F. X. - Charges by Hiram C. Todd 35 36
Geoghan, William F. X. - Letters on Dismissal Charges 35 36
1936 Transcript of Hearings by Governor Lehman regarding charges against William F. X. Geoghan 36 36
1936 Transcript of Hearings by Governor Lehman regarding charges against William F. X. Geoghan 36 36
1936 Transcript of Hearings by Governor Lehman regarding charges against William F. X. Geoghan 36 36
1936 Transcript of Hearings by Governor Lehman regarding charges against William F. X. Geoghan 36 37
Answer to Charges against William F. X. Geoghan 36 37
Charges made against William F. X. Geoghan 36 37
Geoghan, William F. X. - Letters on Dismissal Charges 36 36
GI 37 38
GIBBONS-GIBBS - General 37 38
GIBSON - General 37 38
Giel, Hedwig (aid request) 37 38
GIL 37 38
GILBERT - General 37 38
GILL 37 38
GILL - General 37 38
GIN 37 38
Giordano, Gabriele (aid request) 37 38
Giraffo, Carmella (aid request) 37 38
Grioux, Arthur (aid request) 37 38
Gitelman, Jacob 37 38
Gitterman, A. N. 37 38
Gillen, Robert K. 37 38
Gillett, Ransom H. 37 38
Gilligan, Charles R. (aid request) 37 38
GL 37 38
Glasgow, Arthur Graham 37 38
GLEASON-GLEESON - General 37 38
Gleason, Daniel (aid request) 37 38
1939 Glens Falls - Gambling 37 38
Glendon, George A. 37 38
GLI 37 38
Globe Bank and Trust Co. 37 38
Glove Industry 37 38
GO 37 38
GOL 37 38
GOLDE 37 38
GOLD - General 37 38
Gold, William A. 37 38
GOLDBERG - General 37 38
1939 Golden Gate International Exposition 37 38
GOLDMAN - General 37 38
GOLDS 37 38
GOLDSMITH - General 37 38
Goldsmith (Evelyn) Home for Crippled Children) 37 38
Goldsmith, Irving I. 37 38
GOLDSTEIN - General 37 38
Goldstein, Aaron F. 37 38
Goldstein, Jonah J. 37 38
Goldwater, Arnold T. 37 38
Gonyea, Mattson 37 38
Gonzales, Celestine 37 38
GOO 37 38
Good Will Day - Month 37 38
GOODM 37 38
Goodman, Jacob R., Jr. (aid request) 37 38
GOODWIN - General 37 38
Gootoff, Bernard (aid request) 37 38
GOR 37 38
GORDON - General 37 38
GORMAN - General 37 38
Gorman, Margaret 37 38
Gotham Hospital 38 38
GOS 38 38
Gottschalk, Phillip 38 38
Gourrich, Paul P. 38 38
1941 Government Reports (Office of) 38 39
1939-1940 Government Reports (Office of) 38 39
Governors Island 38 39
1938 Governors' Secretaries Conference 38 39
Gowanda State Hospital 38 39
Gowanda State Hospital - Contracts 38 39
1941-1942 Governors' Conference 38 39
1940 Governors' Conference 38 39
1939 Governors' Conference - (Letters from) Governors of Other States 38 39
1939 Governors' Conference - New York City Dinner 38 39
1939 Governors' Conference - Gideon Putnam Dinner 38 39
1939 Governors' Conference - F. Bane Correspondence 38 39
1939 Governors' Conference - Memos, Lists, Etc. 38 39
1939 Governors' Conference - Dinners, Hotels, Etc. 38 39
1937-1938 Governors' Conference 38 39
1936 Governors' Conference 38 39
1935 Governors' Conference 38 39
1934 Governors' Conference 38 39
1933 Governors' Conference 38 39
1933 March 27 Governors' Conference (on oil) - Washington, D.C. 38 39
1933 March 6 Governors' Conference, Washington, D.C. 38 39
GR 38 39
Grace, Alonzo G. 38 39
1941 Grade Crossings 39 39
1939-1940 Grade Crossings 39 39
1933-1938 Grade Crossings 39 40
Grade Crossing Elimination Fund 39 40
Grade Crossing Elimination - Rockville Centre 39 40
Grade Crossing Projects 39 40
Grade Crossing and Terminal Station Commission 39 40
GRAH 39 40
Grain and Warehouse Commission 39 40
GRAN 39 40
Grand Island Bridge 39 40
Grand Jury Association - New York County 39 40
Grand Jury - Kings County 39 40
Grand Jury - New York County 39 40
Grand Jury - Queens County 39 40
Grand National Treasure Hunt 39 40
GRANT - General 39 40
Grant, Gerald A. 39 40
Grant Monument Association 39 40
Grant, Solomon (aid request) 39 40
GRAV 39 40
Graves, Frank Pierrepont 39 40
Graves, Mark 39 40
GRAY - General 39 40
Gray, Herman A. 39 40
Gray, Richard J. 39 40
GRE 39 40
1939 Great Britain - King and Queen (visit to United States) 39 40
Great Lakes Exposition 39 40
Great Lakes - Hudson River 39 40
Great Meadow Prison - Corrections Department 39 40
GREATER - General 39 40
Greater Brooklyn Property Owners Associates, Inc. 39 40
Greater New York Industrial Union Council 39 40
Greater New York Recreation Authority 39 40
Greater New York Safety Council 39 40
GREENA 39 40
GREEN-GREENE - General 39 40
Green, Adam (aid request) 39 40
Green, Charles (aid request) 39 40
1942 Green County Investigation 39 40
Green, George (aid request) 39 40
Greene, Harris M. (aid request) 39 40
Green Haven Prison 39 40
Green, Lex 39 40
Green, Martin (aid request) 39 40
GREENBERG-GREENBURG - General 39 40
Greenberg - Emil 39 40
Greenfest, Jacob (aid request) 39 40
Greenlawn Municipal Water District 39 40
Greenville-Bay Ridge Tunnel 39 40
Greeg, William P. 40 40
GREG 40 40
Greystone (Estate of Samuel Untermeyer) 40 40
GRIFFIN - General 40 40
GRI 40 40
Griffenhagen, E. O., and Associates 40 40
GRIG 40 40
Grimley, John G. (Commander 369th Regiment, New York National Guard; removal proceedings) 40 40
Grimley, John G. (con't) 40 41
Grimley, John G. (con't) 40 41
Grimley, John G. (con't) 40 41
GRO 40 41
GROT 40 41
Grobe, George L. 40 41
GROSS - General 40 41
GROSSMAN - General 40 41
Groton, Town of 40 41
Grumman, Engineering Corporation 40 41
GU 40 41
Guaranteed Holders Committee of Lawyers Mortgage Company 40 41
Guaranteed Mortgages 40 41
Guaranteed Mortgage Certificates 40 41
1934 March 1 Guaranteed Mortgages - Executive Dept. Conference 40 41
Guaranteed Mortgage Certificates - Corporation Committee 40 42
Guaranteed Mortgage Certificates - Corporation Committee - General, A-L 40 42
Guaranteed Mortgage Certificates - Corporation Committee - General, M-Z 40 42
Guaranteed Mortgage Certificate Holders 40 42
Gulick, Luther 40 42
Gumaelius, Charles O. 40 42
GUR 40 42
Gurney, James B. 40 42
Gurvitz, Milton S. 40 42
Gutman, Daniel 40 42
H 41 42
HAC 41 42
Hackett, George G. (aid request) 41 42
Hackett, John Carlton (aid request) 41 42
Hadley - Gambling 41 42
HAG 41 42
Hadley, Flora M. (aid request) 41 42
HAH 41 42
Haig, Robert M. 41 42
HAL 41 42
Hale, Merritt B. 41 42
HALLA 41 42
Halpern, Samuel (aid request) 41 42
Halpert, William (aid request) 41 42
Halub, Joe 41 42
HAM 41 42
Hamburger, H. W. (aid request) 41 42
HAMILTON - General 41 42
HAMM 41 42
Hammer, Joseph T. 41 42
HAN 41 42
Hanauer, Alice G. 41 42
Hand, Charles S. 41 42
Hanley, Joe R. 41 42
Hanovia Chemical and Manufacturing Co. 41 42
Hanrahan, Thomas J. 41 42
HANS 41 42
HANSEN-HANSON - General 41 42
HAR 41 42
Hard of Hearing and Deaf Children (Temporary State Commission on) 41 42
Hardoncourt, Arthur Baron (aid request) 41 42
HARL 41 42
1941-1942 Harlem Crime Investigation 41 42
1935 Harlem Riots 41 42
HALL - General 41 42
Harlem Valley State Hospital 42 43
Harper, William J. 42 43
HARR 42 43
Harrigan, Patrick 42 43
HARRIS-HARRISS - General 42 42
HARRISON - General 42 44
Harrison, Town of 42 43
HART 42 43
1934 Harvey, George U. - Charges Against 42 43
Haskell, William H. 42 43
HAW 43 44
Hayes, Leo B. 43 44
HAYNES - General 43 44
HE 43 44
Heads of State Departments 43 44
HEALEY-HEALY - General 43 44
1941-1942 Health Department - General 43 44
1939-1940 Health Department - General 43 44
1933-1938 Health Department - General 43 44
Health Department - Division of Laboratories and Research 43 44
Health Department - Narcotics Board 43 44
1935-1937 Health Department - Reports 43 44
1941-1942 Health Department - Vital Statistics, Division of 43 44
1933-1934 Health Department - Reports (see also Health Insurance folder) 43 44
Health Insurance 43 44
HEC 43 44
Heckscher State Park 43 44
HEI 43 44
Hellenic Day 43 44
Heller, Richard 43 44
Hempstead Bond and Mortgage Company 43 44
HEL 43 44
HEN 43 44
HENN 43 44
HER 44 44
Herald Nathan Press 44 44
Hericourt, Rene E. 44 44
Herkimer, New York - Grade Crossing 44 44
HERR 44 45
Herrmann, Mrs. George (aid request) 44 45
HES 44 45