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Craig Colony at Sonyea Treasurer's report

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:
Officers of state institutions were required to submit itemized accounts of monthly receipts and expenditures to the Comptroller. This series contains a report, which includes a transmittal letter to the supervisor of state charities; a bank statement; statements of personal service, food, fuel, light, power, water, clothing, furniture, household supplies, general administration, traveling expenses, and building repairs; an abstract of vouchers submitted; and a statement of home and farm products of the institution, with product values.
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0.3 cu. ft. (1 volume)
Inclusive Dates:
1921
Series Number:
A1404

Administrative History

Officers of state institutions were required to submit itemized accounts of monthly receipts and expenditures to the Comptroller. (See Consolidated Laws, 2d ed., 1918, State Finance Law, Chap. 56, Art. II. Sect. 17.) The Craig Colony was an asylum for epileptics.

Scope and Content Note

This series contains a report for March 1921, which includes a letter of transmittal from the superintendent to the supervisor of state charities; a bank statement; a statement of personal service (giving name of employee, title, salary or wage); statements of food, fuel, light, power, water, clothing, furniture, household supplies, general administration, traveling expenses, building repairs (giving quantity of goods or services, rates of payment, and payment); an abstract of vouchers submitted; and a statement of home and farm products of the institution, with the value of these products. The front cover of the report is missing.

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