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New York State Governor Hugh L. Carey Central Subject and Correspondence Files

Held by the New York State Archives


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New York State Archives

New York State Education Department

Cultural Education Center

Albany, NY 12230

Summary:
Hugh L. Carey served as governor of New York from 1975 to 1982. He practiced fiscal conservatism by limiting government spending, while avidly defending social welfare programs that benefited the less fortunate. Records in this series document the governor's response to the New York City fiscal crisis and his efforts to overhaul the state's approach to care of the developmentally disabled. Records also document the governor's efforts in the areas of economic revitalization, environmental conservation, education policy, and criminal justice reform.
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Quantity:
326 microfilm rolls (3.26 cubic feet)
Inclusive Dates:
1975-1982
Series Number:
13682_82;_13682_83

Arrangement

This series is arranged by gubernatorial term and alphabetically by subject therein.

Administrative History

Hugh Leo Carey was born in Brooklyn, New York on April 11, 1919. He served with the U.S. Army in Europe during World War II and graduated from both St. John's University and St. John's University Law School upon his return. In 1947, he married Helen Owen Twohy and together the couple raised fourteen children. Carey entered public service upon his election to Congress as a Democrat in 1960 and was reelected six times. He served on the House Education and Labor Committee, the Interior Committee, and the Ways and Means Committee. He helped draft the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965 and advocated for federal revenue sharing and legislation to benefit the mentally ill and individuals with disabilities.

Carey was elected governor in 1974 by one of the largest pluralities in the state's history. He was reelected in 1978, but declined to run for a third term in 1982. Upon leaving office in early 1983, Carey returned to the private practice of law and has worked with several legal and financial firms in New York City. In 1993, he was appointed to the American Battle Monuments Commission to represent the United States at various ceremonies commemorating the fiftieth anniversary of the end of World War II.

Upon taking office in 1975, Carey immediately confronted two crises: the class action law suit filed against the state on behalf of residents of Willowbrook Developmental Center; and the New York City fiscal crisis. In response to the former, Carey signed a court-approved consent decree and secured necessary state funding to completely overhaul the state's approach to the care of the developmentally disabled. On the latter issue, he successfully enlisted the support of the business community, organized labor, and the city, state, and federal governments in formulating a comprehensive economic recovery program for New York City.

On the environment, Carey won legislative approval for an act requiring that plans for large public and private development projects be accompanied by an environmental impact statement. He provided important leadership and secured crucial federal cooperation in resolving the Love Canal chemical landfill crisis and in cleaning up the West Valley nuclear waste site. Carey also revitalized the ailing Urban Development Corporation and used it as a tool to make the Battery Park City and Jacob Javits Convention Center projects a reality. Through the Capital Assistance Act of 1981, he succeeded in improving and modernizing New York City's mass transit system and the interconnected suburban commuter railroad network.

On budgetary matters, Carey practiced fiscal conservatism by limiting government spending, while still defending social welfare programs that benefited the less fortunate. In 1975, in conjunction with the state attorney general, he appointed a special prosecutor to investigate Medicaid fraud and waste in the state's heath care industry. Beginning in 1977, Carey lowered state taxes on businesses and individuals in an effort to attract and retain commerce in New York State. On criminal justice issues, Carey attempted to modify what he considered to be overly stringent "Rockefeller Drug Laws." He remained steadfast, both during and after his career in public service, in his opposition to capital punishment.

For further information concerning the life and political career of Hugh L. Carey, see Kramer, Daniel C. The Days of Wine and Roses Are Over: Governor Hugh Carey and New York State. Lanham, Md.: University Press of America, 1997; and Kerker, Robert P. "Carey, Hugh (Leo)." In The Encyclopedia of New York State, ed. Peter Eisenstadt, 263. Syracuse: Syracuse University Press, 2005.

Scope and Content Note

The central subject and correspondence files of Governor Hugh L. Carey document the administration of state government through the aftermath of Watergate, the end of American military involvement in Vietnam, the lingering economic recession, and a fiscal crisis that brought New York City to the brink of bankruptcy. Documents include incoming correspondence from constituents, private organizations, and public officials at all levels of government; copies of responses prepared by the governor's office or representatives of other state agencies; and topical reports and background publications.

The records document economic subjects including federal job training and vocational education programs aimed at combating unemployment; promotion of the state's industries and tourism, including the "I Love New York" campaign; state response to the New York City fiscal crisis; coordination of state and federal responses to the energy crisis and development of long-term energy policies; planning and coordination of the 1980 Winter Olympics at Lake Placid; and improvement of the New York metropolitan area mass transit system.

Environmental issues documented include adoption of the State Environmental Quality Review Act (SEQRA); air and water pollution control programs, including implementation of the federal Clean Air Act; recycling and solid waste management; hazardous and radioactive waste disposal policies and management of the Love Canal and West Valley disposal sites; and protection of wildlife, coastal, and marine resources.

Social issues documented include Indian land claims, most notably the Mohawk Indian occupation at Moss Lake; education policy development and tuition assistance programs; juvenile justice; abortion; capital punishment; drug treatment programs and reform of "Rockefeller" drug laws; ongoing legal issues stemming from the 1971 Attica Correctional Facility inmate uprising; post-Vietnam War issues including settlement of Vietnamese refugees, amnesty for draft evaders, and services for veterans; response to Willowbrook litigation and reorganization of the Department of Mental Hygiene; urban renewal, housing development, and rent control; policies and services relating to senior citizens; and investigations of Medicaid and welfare fraud.

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Access Restrictions

There are no restrictions regarding access to or use of the material.

Related Information

Other finding aids

Series 13681, Governor's Name Files, contains duplicate copies of correspondence filed alphabetically by name and cross references to file locations of copies in this series. Series B1856, Index to Central Subject, Correspondence, and Name Files of Governor Hugh Carey, contains alphabetical lists of subjects by which this series is arranged.

Custodial History

Records from accretion 13682-83 suffered severe water damage from a flood in July, 1995. All paper records for that accretion and also for 13682-82 were authorized for destruction by RDA 19727 and subsequently destroyed.

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Detailed Description

Series : First Term

Dates:
1975-1978
Physical Description:
201 microfilm rolls (2.01 cubic feet)

  

Contents Roll
Index, Administration, Administration Efficiency to Administration, Executive Orders 20-39 1
Administration, Executive Orders 20-39 to Administration, Interview Request, Personal, 1974 November 13 2
Administration, Interview Request, Personal, 1976 August 24 to Administration, Meetings, 1974 November-1975 January 3 3
Administration Memos to Dept. Heads to Aging, Aging, Task Force on 4
Aging, Employment of Aging to Agriculture, Fairs, County Fairs A-Z 5
Agriculture, Fairs, State Fair to Authorities and Commissions, Bicentennial Commission, Fulton County 6
Authorities and Commissions, Bicentennial Commission, Glen Cove to Authorities and Commissions, Higher Education Assistance Corp. 1974 December 4-1976 May 5 7
Authorities and Commissions, Higher Education Assistance Corp. 1976 May 6- to Authorities and Commissions, Judicial Conduct 8
Authorities and Commissions, Judicial Conduct (cont.) to Authorities and Commissions, Permanent Employee Pension Retirement System 9
Authorities and Commissions, PA-PE to Authorities and Commissions, S 10
Authorities and Commissions, State Tax Commission to Awards and Citations, Congressional Medal of Honor, 1975 September 24-1978 May 11 11
Awards and Citations, C to Awards and Citations, General, 1975 April 8-1977 March 30 12
Banking, Dept. of, 1975- to Commemorative Observance, Bicentennial, 1976 April 1-June 10 13
Commemorative Observance, Bicentennial, 1976 January 6-March 31 to Commerce, Businesses, B 14
Commerce, Businesses, Carborundum Co. to Commerce, Businesses, Riverbay Corporation 15
Commerce, Businesses, Q-R to Commerce, Economic Development, Task Force on 16
Commerce, Economic Development, Districts, A-Z to Commerce, Economy, 1976 March 17-June 30 17
Commerce, Economy, 1975 October 1-1976 March 16 to Commerce, Magazines, M-Z 18
Commerce, Magazines, General, 1976 to Commerce, Television, WSKG, 1976 19
Commerce, Television, M-Z to Consumer, Consumer Protection Board, Publications, A-Z 20
Consumer, Consumer Protection Board to Corrections, Criminal Justice Service, 1975 July 1-1978 December 31 21
Corrections, Criminal Justice Service, 1975 January 13-June 30 to Corrections, Institutions, Attica, 1976 October 21-1978 December 31 22
Corrections, Institutions, Attica, 1975 November 1-1976 October 28 to Corrections, Institutions, Eastern Correctional Facility 1975 March 5- 23
Corrections, Institutions, Elmira, 1975 January 1-1978 December 11 to Corrections, Institutions, Oneida County Jail, 1975 July 14-1977 September 18 24
Corrections, Institutions, Ossining, 1978 December 28-January 1 to Corrections, Institutions, Transfers, 1977 July 1-December 29 25
Corrections, Institutions, Transfers, 1977 January 1-June 30 to Corrections, Parole, General, 1975 February 5-1976 April 30 26
Corrections, Parole, Board of, 1974 November 4-1978 October 3 to Corrections, Release Programs, Work Release Program, 1977 July 25-1978 November 18 27
Corrections, Release Programs, A-Z, 1977 to Disaster, Floods, Putnam, 1975 October 30-1977 October 24 28
Disaster, Floods, I-P, 1975 to Discrimination, Civil Rights, Privacy Invasion, Criminal Record Information 29
Discrimination, Civil Rights, Privacy Invasion to Discrimination, Human Rights, Div. of, 1977 January 1-December 31 30
Discrimination, Human Rights, Div. of, 1976 January 1-December 14 to Education, Adult Education, General, 1975 February 20-1977 December 31 31
Education, Art Centers, Art Park to Education, Art Exhibits, Festivals and Shows, G-I 32
Education, Art Exhibits, Festivals and Shows, Shakespeare Festival to Education, Board of Education, New York City, 1975-1977 December 3 33
Education, Board of Education, A-Z to Education, Colleges, City University of New York (CUNY), 1976 January 27-1978 June 12 34
Education, Colleges, City University of New York (CUNY), 1975 November 1-1976 January 23 to Education, Colleges, Empire State College, 1977 January 26-1978 June 12 35
Education, Colleges, Empire State College, 1977 January 17 to Education, Colleges, Oswego, 1975 April 23-1978 December 13 36
Education, Colleges, O to Education, Colleges, York, 1978 January 13-November 30 37
Education, Colleges, York, 1975 January 1-1977 December 6 to Education, Higher Education, Reorganization, 1976-1977 38
Education, Higher Education, Statewide Plan to Education, Libraries, Governor's Conference on, 1978 January 10-October 23 39
Education, Libraries, Governor's Conference on, 1975 October 29-1977 December 9 to Education, Physical Education, 1976 March 10-1978 March 30 40
Education, Prayers in School, 1974 December 11-1978 September 7 to Education, Scholastic Achievement, Governor's Conference on, 1977 June 2-1978 November 27 41
Education, School Buses, 1975 April 1-1978 June 19 to Education, Schools, K, 1978 January 11-May 26 42
Education, Schools, Buffalo Law School, 1975 February 4-1978 June 27 to Education, Schools, Schenectady City School District, 1975 June 11-1978 July 25 43
Education, Schools, School Districts, L-Z, 1975 August 19-1978 February 3 to Education, State Aid, General, 1976 June 1-1977 April 12 44
Education, State Aid, General, 1976 March 15-May 31 to Education, State University, General, 1974 December 5-1976 February 28 45
Education, Student Loans, 1978 January 13-December 19 to Education, Theaters, A-Z, 1975-1978 46
Education, Theaters, 1975 April 18-1978 April 14 to Education, Vocational Education and Rehabilitation, 1978 July 14 47
Education, Vocational Education and Rehabilitation, 1978 January 1-November 15 to Elections, Returns, State, Gubernatorial, Flat List 1978 November 24 48
Elections, Returns, State, Gubernatorial, Flat List 1978 November 16 to Environmental Conservation, Environmental Impact Statement, Environmental Quality Review, Standard Reduction, 1976 February 6-1977 December 2 49
Environmental Conservation, Environmental Impact Statement, Environmental Quality Review, 1976 April 14-1978 November 14 to Environmental Conservation, Land and Forest, Land Use, Mined Land Reclamation 50
Environmental Conservation, Land and Forest, Land Use, Mind Land Reclamation (cont.) to Environmental Conservation, Pollution, Air, 1977 June 15-December 31 51
Environmental Conservation, Pollution, Air, Federal Legislation, 1976 June 29 to Environmental Conservation, Pollution, Solid Waste, 1976 June 21 52
Environmental Conservation, Pollution, Solid Waste, 1974 December 19-1977 November 2 to Environmental Conservation, Pollution, Water, 1977 April 28 53
Environmental Conservation, Pollution, Water, 1976 December 1-1978 December 4 to Environmental Conservation, Water Resources, Richelieu River, 1975 January 25-1978 June 19 54
Environmental Conservation, Water Resources, Rivers, Wild and Scenic, 1974 December 23-1978 November 9 to Environmental Conservation, Water Supply, 1976 April 2-1977 June 9 55
Environmental Conservation, Water Supply, General, 1975 to Executive Clemency, Depasquale, E., 1977 November 10-1978 December 23 56
Executive Clemency, D, 1975-1978 to Executive Clemency, Leroy Miles 57
Executive Clemency, James D. Moran to Executive Clemency, Martin Sostre, 1975 May 1-November 30 58
Executive Clemency, Martin Sostre, 1971-1975 April 28 to Extradition, Gerald Lewis 59
Extradition, E-L, 1975-1978 to Fiscal, Bonds, 1976 September 1-1977 December 31 (Fiscal, Budget, New York City, 1975 December 5-1976 January 10 following Extraditions) 60
Fiscal, Bonds, 1975 November 20-1976 August 31 to Fiscal, Budget, New York City, 1976 January 19 61
Fiscal, Budget, New York City, 1976 January 11-March 22 to Fiscal, Budget, New York City, 1975 October 11-19 (Fiscal, Budget, New York City, 1975 December 5-1976 January 10 see roll 60 following Extraditions) 62
Fiscal, Budget, New York City, 1975 October 1-10 to Fiscal, Default, 1975 March 15-1976 June 21 63
Fiscal, Emergency Financial Control Board, Yonkers, 1977 March 1-1978 December 15 to Fiscal, Revenue Sharing, State Aid to Villages and Towns, 1975 February 4-March 24 64
Fiscal, Revenue Sharing, 1977 March 2-1978 November 14 to Fiscal, Taxes, Fuel, 1975 February 11-1978 February 16 65
Fiscal, Taxes, Gasoline, 1975 March 7-1977 May 18 to Fiscal, Taxes, Income, Refunds, 1976 March 18-June 30 66
Fiscal, Taxes, Income, 1978 November 9-December 28 to Fiscal, Taxes, Income, 1974 December-1975 March 31 67
Fiscal, Taxes, A-L, 1975-1978 to Fiscal, Taxes, Property, 1977 April 11-June 30 68
Fiscal, Taxes, Property, 1977 February 1-April 10 to Fiscal, Taxes, Sales, 1978 April 1-June 30 69
Fiscal, Taxes, Sales, 1978 January 1-March 31 to Fiscal, Taxes, 1978 October 2-December 29 70
Fiscal, Taxes, 1978 April 4-September 27 to Gambling, Lottery, 1978 January 1-December 7 71
Gambling, Lottery, 1977 January 1-December 31 to Gambling, Off-Track Betting, 1975-1977 December 31 72
Gambling, Racing and Wagering Board, 1975 January 24-1978 December 8 to General Services, Standards and Purchases, 1975 April 18-1977 August 1 73
General Services, State Cars, 1975 January 8-1978 September 5 to Government, City, New York City, Social Services, 1975 February 28-August 22 74
Government, City, New York City, Special Prosecutors, Nadjari, 1976 June 30-1977 August 16 to Government, City, New York City, 1978 July 1-December 29 75
Government, City, New York City, Patrolmen's Benevolent Association, 1978 April 12 to Government, City, Newburgh, 1975 March 20-1978 August 28 76
Government, City, Niagara Falls, 1975 March 17-1978 December 27 to Government, County, Chemung, 1974 December 13-1978 December 19 77
Government, County, Chenango, 1975 January 10-1978 November 13 to Government, County, Nassau, 1976 October 18 78
Government, County, Nassau, 1976 September 1-1977 August 31 to Government, County, Rockland, 1978 January 9-December 19 79
Government, County, Rockland, 1974 December 26-1977 December 8 to Government, County, Wayne, 1975 February 12-1978 October 26 80
Government, County, Westchester, 1978 September 6 to Government, Federal, Community Services Administration, 1977 October 1-December 31 81
Government, Federal, Community Services Administration, 1977 August 26-September 30 to Government, Federal, Housing and Urban Development, 1975-1978 82
Government, Federal, Immigration and Naturalization, 1976 September 1-1978 December 29 to Government, Federal, Post Office, Dept. of, Commemorative Stamp, 1975 February 19-1977 June 30 83
Government, Federal, Post Office, Dept. of, 1978 January 10-December 11 to Government, International, Countries, Finland, 1975 May 21-1978 May 29 84
Government, International, Countries, France, 1975 March 4-1978 June 29 to Government, International, Countries, General, 1975 March 19 85
Government, International, Friendship Force, 1977 March 24-1978 October 11 to Government, Public Office, Misconduct, 1975 November 21-1978 June 28 86
Government, Public Office, Public Disclosure, Board of, 1976 September 2-1978 June 15 to Government, State, New York, Official Animal, 1975 March 12-1977 March 18 87
Government, State, New York, Red Book, 1975 May 12-August 18 to Government, Towns and Villages, Hamburg, 1975 January 24-1978 December 20 88
Government, Towns and Villages, Hamptonburgh, 1975 September 9-1978 May 24 to Government, Towns and Villages, Sylvan Beach, 1976 March 19-1978 September 15 89
Government, Towns and Villages, S, 1975-1978 to Health, Abortion, 1978 January 1-December 7 90
Health, Abortion, 1977 January 4-December 29 to Health, Genetics, 1977 May 5-October 19 91
Health, Ghetto Medicine, New York City, 1975 January 23-1977 April 29 to Health, Handicapped, White House Conference on the Handicapped, 1976 April 22-1978 February 7 92
Health, Handicapped, White House Conference on the Handicapped, 1976 February 13-April 21 to Health, Health and Hospital Corporation, New York City, 1978 March 24 93
Health, Health and Hospital Corporation, New York City, 1977 December 27-1978 March 23 to Health, Hospitals and Health Centers, Beth Israel Hospital, 1975 March 20-1978 September 28 94
Health, Hospitals and Health Centers, Bethesda Community Hospital, 1977 January 19 to Health, Hospitals and Health Centers, New York Foundling, 1976 December 26-1978 December 1 95
Health, Hospitals and Health Centers, New York Hospital, Cornell Medical Center, 1975 June 4-1978 May 15 to Health, Hospitals and Health Centers, Maternity Care, 1977 July 1-December 29 96
Health, Hospitals and Health Centers, Maternity Care, 1975 November 18-1977 June 28 to Health, Nursing Homes, Moongate, 1975 August 30-1978 November 17 97
Health, Nursing Homes, K-O, 1975-1978 to Health, Nursing Homes, General, 1977 January 4-December 29 98
Health, Nursing Homes, General, 1976 September 13-December 30 to Health, A-B, 1975-1978 99
Health, C-E, 1974-1978 to Horse Racing, Racing Tracks, A-Z, 1975-1978 100
Horse Racing, Race Tracks, 1975-1978 to Housing, Pet Restrictions, 1975 March 10-December 22 101
Housing, Projects, Battery Park City, 1976-1978 to Housing, Rent Control, 1976 May 20-1977 May 26 102
Housing, Rent Control, 1975 November 6-1976 May 19 to Housing, Urban Development Corporation, 1975 February 21-28 103
Housing, Urban Development Corporation, 1974 November 25-1975 February 20 to Insurance, Automobile, Inspection, 1977 November 17-December 29 104
Insurance, Automobile, No-Fault, Legislation, 1976 April 13-1978 June 13 to Insurance, Companies, Empire Mutual Insurance Company, 1975 October 5-1978 November 6 105
Insurance, Companies, Government Employees Insurance, 1975 December 22-1978 October 3 to Insurance, Malpractice, Legislation, 1975 February 7-19 106
Insurance, Malpractice, Legislation, 1975 February 20-1978 May 19 to Insurance, Malpractice, 1975 June 20 107
Insurance, Malpractice, 1975 June 19 to Insurance, Medicaid, Abortion, 1978 January 11-20 108
Insurance, Medicaid, Abortion, 1978 January 1-9 to Insurance, Medicaid, Abortion, 1977 July 25-29 109
Insurance, Medicaid, Abortion, 1975 December 21-1977 July 22 to Insurance, Medicaid, General, 1977 September 15-December 31 110
Insurance, Medicaid, General, 1977 August 1-September 14 to Insurance, Medicaid, General, 1975 August 1-November 30 111
Insurance, Medicaid, General, 1974 December 23-1975 July 29 to Judiciary, Courts, County, 1975 January 14-1977 May 25 112
Judiciary, Courts, Court Administration, Office of, 1978 June 16-20 to Judiciary, Fines, Legislation, 1978 July 1-October 6 113
Judiciary, Fines, Legislation, 1978 January 1-June 30 to Judiciary, Lawyers, 1978 January 11-October 26 114
Judiciary, Lawyers, 1975 February 25-1977 December 20 to Judiciary, Sentencing, Capital Punishment, 1978 March 21-31 115
Judiciary, Sentencing, Capital Punishment, 1978 March 1-20 to Judiciary, Sentencing, General, 1977 January 1-June 30 116
Judiciary, Sentencing, General, 1975 January 1-1976 December 31 to Labor, Employment Request, State, 1978 January 3-March 31 117
Labor, Employment Request, State, 1977 October 3-December 29 to Labor, Employment Request, State, 1975 December 1-1976 January 31 118
Labor, Employment Request, State, 1975 October 1-November 28 to Labor, Employment Request, State, 1975 January 22 119
Labor, Employment Request, State, 1975 January 21 to Labor, Human Resources, 1975 March 14-1978 July 28 120
Labor, Industrial Code, #53, 1975 to Labor, Public Works Employment Act, 1976 August 5-1978 February 3 121
Labor, Retirement, Mandatory Retirement, 1977 May 20-1978 October 25 to Labor, Unemployment Insurance, Benefits, 1975 February 4-1978 November 27 122
Labor, Unemployment Insurance, Legislation, 1975 February 6-1978 December 21 to Labor, Unemployment Insurance, General, 1975 March 18-June 25 123
Labor, Unemployment Insurance, General, 1974 December 12-1975 March 17 to Labor, Workmen's Compensation, 1977 January 1-March 31 124
Labor, Workmen's Compensation, 1976 August 1-December 31 to Law, Complaints and Proceedings against Governor and State, 1978 January 9-November 16 125
Law, Complaints and Proceedings against Governor and State, 1977 August 12 to Law, Support Cases, 1975-1978 126
Law, A-Z, 1975-1978 to Legislature, State, Legislative Programs and Proposals, 1976 January 5-1977 December 15 127
Legislature, State, Legislative Programs and Proposals, 1975 February 25 to Licensing, Liquor (including Application for and Revocation of) 1975 January 30-1978 March 7 128
Licensing, Mortgage Companies, Legislation, 1977 June 14 to Mental Hygiene, Dept. of, Reorganization, 1978 March 13-September 25 129
Mental Hygiene, Dept. of, Reorganization, 1977 August 11 to Mental Hygiene, Community Based Programs and Services, 1978 January 16 130
Mental Hygiene, Community Based Programs and Services, 1977 July 1-December 30 to Mental Hygiene, Institutions, Mental Health Clinic in Fredonia, 1976 December 16-1977 March 2 131
Mental Hygiene, Institutions, Gowanda Psychiatric Center, 1974 December 18-1978 December 21 to Mental Hygiene, Institutions, Rockland Psychiatric Center, 1975-1978 132
Mental Hygiene, Institutions, Rome Developmental Center, 1975-1978 to Mental Hygiene, Institutions, Willowbrook, 1976 March 24 133
Mental Hygiene, Institutions, Wilowbrook, 1975 August 9-1976 October 4 to Mental Hygiene, Mental Retardation, Office of, 1975 July 3 134
Mental Hygiene, Mental Retardation, Office of, 1975 July 3 (cont.) to Mental Hygiene, Narcotics, Marijuana, 1976 March 1 135
Mental Hygiene, Narcotics, Marijuana, 1976 February 4-1977 March 25 to Mental Hygiene, Narcotics, General, 1975 December 10-1976 December 30 136
Mental Hygiene, Narcotics, General, 1975 January 24 to Military and Naval, Armories, General, 1975-1978 137
Military and Naval, Army, 1975-1978 to Motor Vehicle, Department of, Commendation, 1975 January 2-1978 June 28 138
Motor Vehicle, Department of, General, 1978 January 16-December 14 to Organizations, Council of Adoptive Parents, 1975 January 23-1976 February 26 139
Organizations, Adoptive, A-Z, 1975-1978 to Organizations, B.A.K, 1975-1978 140
Organizations, Ball, A-Z, 1975-1978 to Organizations, Boy Scouts, 1978 July 5-December 26 141
Organizations, Boy Scouts, 1978 June 1-30 to Organizations, Building, A-Z, 1975-1978 142
Organizations, BU, 1975-1978 to Organizations, Chamber of Commerce, Staten Island, 1975 January 10-1978 May 19 143
Organizations, Chamber of Commerce, Syracuse, 1975 March 7-1978 September 1 to Organizations, Civil Service Employees Association, 1974 November 27-1978 November 3 144
Organizations, Civil Service Merit Council, 1976 May 5-1978 November 28 to Organizations, General Contractors Association of New York, 1975-1978 145
Organizations, Conn, 1975-1978 to Organizations, Democratic Organization of the 50th Assembly District, 1975-1978 146
Organizations, Democratic Organization of the 42nd Assembly District, 1975-1978 to Organizations, Environmental, A-Z, 1975-1978 147
Organizations, ENC-EO, 1975-1978 to Organizations, GI-GIF, 1975-1978 148
Organizations, Girl Scouts, 1975 January 10-1978 December 13 to Organizations, National Governors Conference, 1975 September 2-30 149
Organizations, National Governors Conference, 1975 June 2-August 27 to Organizations, Homeowners Association, A-Z, 1975-1978 150
Organizations, HOM-HOQ, 1975-1978 to Organizations, Italian, A-Z, 1975-1978 151
Organizations, Boys Town of Italy, 1975-1978 to Organizations, Legal Aid Society, 1975 May 19-1978 October 17 152
Organizations, Monroe County Legal Assistance Corporation, 1975 February 25-1978 December 20 to Organizations, Mental Health, A-Z, 1975-1978 153
Organizations, Association of Boards of Visitors of Mental Hygiene Institutions, 1975-1978 to Organizations, Parent-Teachers Associations, A-Z, 1975-1978 154
Organizations, Parent-Teachers Associations, Public Schools #1-321, 1975-1978 to Organizations, Police and Fire Line of Duty Widows of New York City, 1975 September 11-1978 September 8 155
Organizations, Police, A-Z, 1975-1978 to Organizations, New York State Association of Realtors, 1975 February 25-1978 November 7 156
Organizations, Board of Realtors, A-Z, 1975-1978 to Organizations, New York State School Board Association, 1975-1978 157
Organizations, School Boards Association, A-Z, 1975-1978 to Organizations, Student Association, Queens College, City University of New York, 1975 May 21-1978 May 11 158
Organizations, Student Association, State University of New York, 1975 February 24-1978 April 24 to Organizations, TRA-TRH, 1975-1978 159
Organizations, Trout Unlimited, A-Z, 1975-1978 to Organizations, New York State Women's Political Caucus, 1975 January 6-1976 June 24 160
Organizations, Women's, A-Z, 1975-1978 to Parks and Recreation, Parks, Addison Pinnacle, 1978 May 3-November 7 161
Parks and Recreation, Parks, Adirondack, 1975 May 5-1978 December 20 to Parks and Recreation, Sports, Skiing, 1975-1978 162
Parks and Recreation, Sports, Snowmobiling, 1975-1978 to Personnel Administration, Civil Service, Dept. of, Resolutions, 1976 May 3-November 21 163
Personnel Administration, Civil Service, Dept. of, Resolutions, 1976 November 22-1977 December 27 to Personnel Administration, Attendance, General, 1977 September 27-1978 April 25 164
Personnel Administration, Career Ladder, 1978 December 12 to Personnel Administration, Negotiations, 1976 March 6-1977 April 14 165
Personnel Administration, Negotiations, 1975 July 25 to Personnel Administration, Salaries, Wage Freeze, New York City, 1976 May 10-June 12 166
Personnel Administration, Salaries, Wage Freeze, 1975 November 14-1977 November 8 to Personnel Administration, Termination, 1977 January 1-April 5 167
Personnel Administration, Termination, 1975 December 1-1976 May 31 to Politics, Patronage, 1975-1978 168
Politics, Presidency 1976, 1976 July 17-December 21 to Property, Surplus, Federal, 1977 September 19 169
Property, Surplus, Federal, 1975 February 4-1978 November 30 to Public Safety, Crime, New York State Select Committee on Crime, Its Causes, Control, and Effect on Society 170
Public Safety, Crime, Organized Crime Task Force, 1975 March 17-1978 December 20 to Public Safety, Fire, Fire Training Program at Montour Falls, 1975 March 10 171
Public Safety, Fire, Fire Training Program at Montour Falls, 1975 March 10 (cont.) to Public Safety, Highway, Speed Limit, 55 MPH Limit, 1976 December 1 172
Public Safety, Highway, Speed Limits and Speeding, 1976 February 27-1977 December 23 to Public Safety, Industrial, Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA), 1975 June 2-July 7 173
Public Safety, Industrial, Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA), 1975 May 22-29 to Public Safety, Police, Political Activities, Legislation, 1975 September 8-1976 June 14 174
Public Safety, Sheriff, Monroe County, 1977 October 18-1978 May 22 to Public Safety, State Police, General, 1975 January 28-December 20 175
Public Safety, Water Safety, Boat Safety, 1975-1978 to Public Utilities, Energy, 1976 February 11-December 2 176
Public Utilities, Energy, 1976 February 11-December 2 (cont.) to Public Utilities, Fuel, Natural Gas, 1975 January 3-April 25 177
Public Utilities, Fuel, Oil, Export License, 1975 May 9-1976 July 9 to Public Utilities, Power, Atomic/Nuclear, 1975 January 29-February 24 178
Public Utilities, Power, Atomic/Nuclear, 1975 January 29-February 24 (cont.) to Public Utilities, Power, Electric, Rates, 1976 October 18-November 15 179
Public Utilities, Power, Electric, Rates, 1976 August 3-October 15 to Public Utilities, Power, Projects and Plants, Prattsville, 1975-1978 180
Public Utilities, Power, Projects and Plants, Schoharie, 1975-1978 to Public Utilities, Power and Fuel Shortage, 1975 June 26-October 10 181
Public Utilities, Power and Fuel Shortage, 1975 January 3-June 25 to Resignations and Vacancies, Agriculture and Markets through Executive Department, Crime Control Planning Board 182
Resignations and Vacancies, Executive Department, Crime Victims Compensation Board, 1975-1978 to Social Services, Child Abuse, 1976 July 1-1977 September 28 183
Social Services, Child Abuse, 1976 July 1-1977 September 28 (cont.) to Social Services, Family Services, Council on Children and Families, 1975-1978 184
Social Services, Family Services, Legislation, 1975-1978 to Social Services, Social Welfare, Board of, 1975-1978 185
Social Services, Social Welfare, Board of, 1975-1978 (cont.) to Social Services, Welfare Reform, Virgin Islands, 1975-1978 186
Social Services, Welfare Reform, 1978 December 29 to Speeches, Robert Moses 187
Speeches, Others, G-M, 1975-1978 to Transportation, Aviation, S.S.T. Program, 1977 September 9 188
Transportation, Aviation, S.S.T. Program, 1977 May 2-December 19 to Transportation, Aviation, S.S.T. Program, 1976 December 24-1977 February 24 189
Transportation, Aviation, S.S.T. Program, 1976 April 1-December 23 to Transportation, Canals and Waterways, New York Harbor/Port of New York, 1975-1978 190
Transportation, Canals and Waterways, New York Harbor/Port of New York, 1975-1978 (cont.) to Transportation, Highways, Henry Hudson Parkway 191
Transportation, Highways, Hutchinson River Parkway to Transportation, Highways, Westside, 1974 November-1975 March 31 192
Transportation, Highways, Westway, 1978 July 5-December 30 to Transportation, Railroads, Long Island Railroad, 1978 July 1 193
Transportation, Railroads, Long Island Railroad, 1978 July 1 (cont.) to Transportation, Railroads, General, 1976 January 1-1977 December 31 194
Transportation, Railroads, General, 1975 January 1-December 31 to Transportation, Tolls, General, 1975 195
Transportation, Transportation, Task Force on, 1975-1978 to Youth, Halfway House, 1975 196
Youth, Institutions, 1977 March 6-1978 July 21 to Youth, Juvenile Violence, 1976 January 1-February 29 197
Youth, Juvenile Violence, 1976 January 1-February 29 (cont.) to Youth, General, 1975 January 6-1976 January 27 198
Supplemental File: Administration to Environmental Conservation S-1-1
Supplemental File: Executive Clemency to Youth S-1-2
2nd Supplemental File: Administration, A-Z to Transportation, A-Z S-2-1

Series : Second Term

Dates:
1979-1982
Physical Description:
125 microfilm rolls (1.25 cubic feet)

  

Contents Box Roll
Index and Clarification Sheets 1
Administration, Commendations, 1981 January 1-1982 December 31 to Administration, Meetings/Interviews, Group, 1981 January 1-February 29 2
Administration, Meetings/Interviews, Group, 1980 October 1-December 31 to Aging, Senior Citizens, A-Z, 1979 November 1-1982 December 31 3
Aging, Senior Citizens, General, 1982 January 1-December 31 to Authorities and Commissions, Cable Television, New York State Commission, 1979 January 1-1982 December 31 4
Authorities and Commissions, Civil Service Commission, New York State, 1979 January 1-1982 December 31 to Authorities and Commissions, Nature and Historical Preserve Commission, Northeastern Queens, 1979 January 1-1980 December 31 5
Authorities and Commissions, U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission to Authorities and Commissions, Solid Waste Disposal Authority, Onondaga County 6
Authorities and Commissions, Sports Authority, New York State to Awards and Citations, Certificate of Appreciation, 1979 January 1-1981 December 31 7
Awards and Citations, Certificate of Appreciation, 1979 September 1-1980 December 31 to Awards and Citations, Walt Whitman Citation, 1979 January 1-1982 December 31 8
Awards and Citations, Young American Medal for Bravery and Service, 1982 January 1-December 31 to Awards and Citations, General, 1981 June 1-30 9
Awards and Citations, General, 1981 May 1-30 to Banking, Interest Rates, Usury, Legislation, 1980 July 25 10
Banking, Interest Rates, Usury, 1980 April 1-July 24 to Commerce, Businesses, Avon Products, Inc. 11
Commerce, Businesses, AU-AZ to Commerce, Businesses, LA-LD 12
Commerce, Businesses, LE-LN to Commerce, Buy America, Legislation, 1980 January 1-December 31 13
Commerce, Buy America, Legislation, 1979 January 1-December 31 to Commerce, Foreign Trade, Export Free Processing Zone, 1979 January 1-1982 December 31 14
Commerce, Foreign Trade, Export Trading Company, Legislation, Federal to Commerce, Minority Business Enterprise, Office of 15
Commerce, Motion Pictures, Life of Brian to Commerce, Television, Public Television, 1979 January 1-December 31 16
Commerce, Television, Stations, Appalachian Community Service Network to Community Development, Housing, Housing Finance Agency, New York State, 1979 January 1-1982 December 31 17
Community Development, Housing, Landlord Problems, 1979 January 1-December 31 to Community Development, Housing, Rent, 1979 January 1-December 31 18
Community Development, Housing, Rent, Increases, 1979 January 1-31 to Consumer, Inflation, General, 1980 January 1-1982 December 31 19
Consumer, Inflation, General, 1979 January 1-December 31 to Correction, Institutions, Clinton, 1980 June 1-August 31 20
Correction, Institutions, Clinton Correctional Facility, 1979 November 1-1980 May 31 to Correction, Institutions, Ossining (Sing Sing), 1981 January 1-1982 December 31 21
Correction, Institutions, Ossining (Sing Sing), 1980 January 1-December 31 to Correction, Institutions, Transfers, 1979 January 1-February 28 22
Correction, Institutions, Wallkill Correctional Facility, 1979 January 1-1982 December 31 to Correction, Prisoners, A-Z, 1979 January 1-1982 December 31 23
Correction, Prisoners, General, 1982 April 1-December 31 to Defense, Armories, Yonkers Armory, General 24
Defense, Armories, A-Z to Disaster, Flood, Orange County, Legislation 25
Disaster, Flood, Orange County to Discrimination, A-Z 26
Discrimination, General to Education, Art, Exhibits, Festivals, Shows, G-GO 27
Education, Art, Exhibits, Festivals, Shows, GP-GZ to Education, Art, Performing Arts, S 28
Education, Art, Performing Arts, T-Z to Education, Higher Education, Opportunity Program, 1979 January 1-1981 March 31 29
Education, Higher Education, Statewide Plan, 1981 January 1-1982 December 31 to Education, Museums and Historic Sites, H-M, 1979 January 1-1982 December 31 30
Education, Museums and Historic Sites, N-P to Education, Schools, City University (CUNY), General, 1982 January 1-April 30 31
Education, Schools, City University (CUNY), General, 1980 January 1-1981 December 31 to Education, Schools, Medical, Upstate Medical Center, 1979 January 1-1982 December 31 32
Education, Schools, Medical, A-G, 1979 January 1-1982 December 31 to Education, Schools, School Districts, N-R 33
Education, Schools, School Districts, S-Z to Education, Schools, HR-HZ 34
Education, Schools, IA-IQ to Education, State Aid, General, 1979 May 1-December 31 35
Education, State Aid, General, 1979 April 1-30 to Education, Tuition, A-Z 36
Education, Tuition, General, 1979 January 1-1982 December 31 to Environmental Conservation, Air, Pollution, Acid Rain, General 37
Environmental Conservation, Air, Pollution, Acid Rain, General, 1981 January 1-December 31 to Environmental Conservation, Hazardous Waste, Radioactive Waste, West Valley, General, 1979 January 1-December 31 38
Environmental Conservation, Hazardous Waste, Radioactive Waste, National Plan for Radioactive Waste Management, 1981 January 30 to Environmental Conservation, Sewage and Sewers, Treatment, Legislation 39
Environmental Conservation, Sewage and Sewers, Treatment, General to Environmental Conservation, Water, Clean Water Act 40
Environmental Conservation, Water, Companies, Legislation to Environmental Conservation, Water, Supply, A-Z 41
Environmental Conservation, Water, Supply, General to Extradition, General, 1979 January 1-May 31 42
Fiscal, Accounting System, Reform, Legislation to Fiscal, Budget, Yearly 1980-1981, 1979-1980 March 31 43
Fiscal, Budget, Yearly 1979-1980, 1979-1980 to Fiscal, Tax Abatement or Exemption, Teachers, Legislation 44
Fiscal, Tax Abatement or Exemption, Veterans, Legislation to Fiscal, Taxes, Income, Refund, 1980 September 1-October 31 45
Fiscal, Taxes, Income, Refund, 1980 September 1-October 31 (cont.) to Fiscal, Taxes, Income, General, 1979 April 1-30 46
Fiscal, Taxes, Income, General, 1979 March 1-31 to Fiscal, Taxes, Property, General, 1979 April 1-June 30 47
Fiscal, Taxes, Property, General, 1979 January 1-March 31 to Fund Raising, March of Dimes 48
Fund Raising, Muscular Dystrophy to Gambling, General 49
General Services, Contracts, Agreements and Awards, 1982 January 1-December 31 to Government, City, New York City, General, 1982 July 1-December 31 50
Government, City, New York City, General, 1982 January 1-June 30 to Government, Constitution, State 51
Government, County, Albany, Legislation to Government, County, Rockland, 1981 January 1-1982 December 31 52
Government, County, Rockland, 1981 January 1-1982 December 31 (cont.) to Government, Federal, Budget, General, 1980 May 1-December 31 53
Government, Federal, Budget, General, 1980 January 1-April 30 to Government, Federal, Health, Education and Welfare, A-Z 54
Government, Federal, Health, Education and Welfare, General to Government, Federal, E-H 55
Government, Federal, I-N to Government, International, Countries, Japan, 1982 January 1-December 31 56
Government, International, Countries, Japan, 1979 January 1-1981 December 31 to Government, State, Hawaii, 1979 January 1-1982 December 31 57
Government, State, Idaho to Government, Towns and Villages, Kent 58
Government, Towns and Villages, Lake George to Government, Towns and Villages, TA-TZ 59
Government, Towns and Villages, U-V to Health, Handicapped, Employment 60
Health, Handicapped, Employment of the Handicapped, President's Committee on to Health, Hemophilia, General 61
Health, Hospitals and Health Centers, Bellevue Hospital to Health, Hospitals and Health Centers, M 62
Health, Hospitals and Health Centers, N to Health, Medicines, General 63
Health, Nurses, Legislation to Health, General 64
Honorary Designation, Chairmanship to Insurance, Blue Cross-Blue Shield 65
Insurance, Blue Cross-Blue Shield to Insurance, Medicaid, Podiatrists 66
Insurance, Medicaid, Reimbursement, 1982 January 1-December 31 to Insurance, Medicare and Aged, Reimbursement 67
Insurance, Medicare and Aged, A-Z to Judiciary, Courts, Fees, General, 1980 June 11-December 31 68
Judiciary, Courts, Fees, General, 1980 June 1-10 to Judiciary, Courts, Fees, General, 1979 January 1-1980 April 15 69
Judiciary, Courts, Legislation to Judiciary, Lawyers, A-Z 70
Judiciary, Lawyers, General to Judiciary, General 71
Labor, Agency Shop, Legislation to Labor, Civil Service, Resolutions, 1981 January 1-March 14 72
Labor, Civil Service, Resolutions, 1980 December 1-31 to Labor, Employee Relations, Office of, General 73
Labor, Employment, Agencies, Legislation to Labor, Employment, General, 1979 January 1-1980 December 31 74
Labor, Employment and Unemployment, Charts and Statistics, 1980 January 1-1982 December 31 to Labor, Negotiations, General, 1979 January 1-December 31 75
Labor, On-the-Job Training to Labor, Strikes, Correction Officers, 1979 June 1-1982 December 31 76
Labor, Strikes, Correction Officers, 1979 June 1-1982 December 31 (cont.) to Labor, Unemployment, Insurance, General, 1980 January 1-June 30 77
Labor, Unemployment, Insurance, General, 1979 September 11 to Labor, Unions, O-S 78
Labor, Unions, T to Labor, Workmen's Compensation, General, 1979 May 1-June 30 79
Labor, Workmen's Compensation, General, 1979 May 1-June 30 (cont.) to Law, Complaints and Proceedings, General, 1981 October 1-December 31 80
Law, Complaints and Proceedings, General, 1981 January 1-September 30 to Legislature, State, Annual Message, Governor's, 1979 January 1-1981 December 31 81
Legislature, State, Assembly, Speaker to Licensing, Wife Beaters License 82
Licensing, Acupuncture, 1980 September 12 to Mental Hygiene, Community Base Programs and Services, General, 1979 January 1-December 31 83
Mental Hygiene, Comprehensive Plan, 1982 October 27 to Mental Hygiene, Institutions, Elmira Psychiatric Center 84
Mental Hygiene, Institutions, Bernard Fineson Developmental Center to Mental Hygiene, Institutions, Pilgrim Psychiatric Center, 1982 June 1-19 85
Mental Hygiene, Institutions, Pilgrim Psychiatric Center, 1982 January 1-May 31 to Mental Hygiene, Narcotics, Drug Abuse, 1981 May 1-1982 December 31 86
Mental Hygiene, Narcotics, Drug Abuse, 1979 January 1-1981 April 30 to Motor Vehicle, Emission Inspection and Maintenance, 1979 January 1-December 31 87
Motor Vehicles, Fatal Accident Reports to Organization, American (I-J) 88
Organization, American (K-M) to Organization, Brooklyn (E-Z) 89
Organization, Broome (A-Z) to Organization, City Club of New York 90
Organization, Civic Action Council to Organization, Democratic Club (A-E) (as written) 91
Organization, Democratic Club (F-L) (as written) to Organization, Foreign Policy Association 92
Organization, Fort Orange Club to Organization, Jewish (L-Z) 93
Organization, The Jockey Club to Organization, National Federal (A-Z) 94
Organization, National Foundation for Ileitis and Colitis to Organization, National Resources Defense Council 95
Organization, New Dimensions in Community Service, Inc., 1980 January 31 to Organization, New York State Nurses Association 96
Organization, New York State Outdoor Education Association to Organization, Planned Parenthood of New York City, Inc. 97
Organization, Planned Parenthood (A-Z) to Organization, Suffolk County (A-Z) 98
Organization, Supervisors and County Legislators Association, 1981 January 1-1982 December 31 to Organization, Youth (A-Z) 99
Organization, Zion Baptist Church to Organization, DAV-DAZ 100
Organization, DEA-DEL to Organization, JO-JOH 101
Organization, JOI-JOQ to Organization, PHO-PK 102
Organization, PL-POI to Organization, TU-TZ 103
Organization, UA-UM to Parks and Recreation, Parks, Adirondack, Local Government Review Board 104
Parks and Recreation, Parks, Adirondack, A-Z to Parks and Recreation, Sports, Softball 105
Parks and Recreation, Sports, Swimming to Property, Federal, 201 Varick St., 1981 February 26 106
Property, Federal, A-Z to Public Safety, Crime, 1982 December 20 107
Public Safety, Crime, General, 1982 January 1-December 31 to Public Safety, Highways, Drinking Drivers, General, 1981 April 20-30 108
Public Safety, Highways, Drinking Drivers, General, 1981 April 1-19 to Public Safety, Police, Sheriffs, Albany County 109
Public Safety, Police, Sheriffs, Erie County to Public Utilities, Energy, Energy Crisis Assistance Program, 1979 December 1-31 110
Public Utilities, Energy, Energy Crisis Assistance Program, General, 1979 October 1-November 30 to Public Utilities, Fuel, Gasoline, Allocation/Regulation, 1979 July 20-31 111
Public Utilities, Fuel, Gasoline, Allocation/Regulation, 1979 July 1-19 to Public Utilities, Power, Cogeneration, 1979 June 21 112
Public Utilities, Power, Cogeneration, 1979 June 21 (cont.) to Public Utilities, Power, Projects and Plants, 345KV 113
Public Utilities, Power, Projects and Plants, Three Mile Island to Resignations and Vacancy, Authorities and Commissions, Allegany State Park Recreation and Historic Preservation Commission 114
Resignations and Vacancy, Authorities and Commissions, Citizens Advisory Panel to the Tri-State Regional Planning Commission to Social Services, Child Support Enforcement Program, General, 1980 May 1-June 30 115
Social Services, Child Support Enforcement Program, General, 1980 February 1-April 30 to Social Services, Foster Care, A-Z 116
Social Services, Foster Care, General, 1981 January 1-1982 December 31 to Transportation, Airports, LaGuardia 117
Transportation, Airports, Legislation, Federal to Transportation, Highways, Bridges, C-E 118
Transportation, Highways, Bridges, F-G to Transportation, Highways, A-M 119
Transportation, Highways, N-R to Transportation, Railroads, Stations, A-Z 120
Transportation, Railroads, Stations, General to Youth, Division of, General, 1979 January 1-1980 December 31 121
Youth, Drinking, Legislation to Youth, General 122
Supplemental File: Administration, Commendation to Community Development, Block Grants, A-Z S-1
Supplemental File: Community Development, Block Grants to Executive Clemency, A-L S-2
Supplemental File: Executive Clemency, M-Z to Transportation, A-Z S-3

Accretion: 13682-87
Miscellaneous correspondence not microfilmed with other second administration records 1