Research

Auburn Prison Parole Board Ledgers of Applicants to be Considered for Parole

Held by the New York State Archives


Overview of the Records

Repository:

New York State Archives

New York State Education Department

Cultural Education Center

Albany, NY 12230

Summary:
This series consists of lists of inmates who were to be considered for parole. The records list number and name of inmate; crime; date received; sentence; minimum and maximum expiration dates; jail time; punishments; days lost; minimum expiration with lost time added; remarks; and whether an initial applicant, re-applicant, parole violator re-applicant, parole violator returned, or women's prison applicant.
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Quantity:
3 cubic feet (3 volumes)
Inclusive Dates:
1924-1935
Series Number:
B0064

Arrangement

Chronological.

Scope and Content Note

These are oversize volumes listing inmates who were to be considered for parole.

The records list number and name of inmate; crime; date received; sentence; expiration date (minimum and maximum); jail time; punishments; days lost; minimum expiration with lost time added; remarks; and whether an initial applicant, re-applicant, parole violator re-applicant, parole violator returned, or women's prison applicant.

Use of Records

Access Restrictions

Summary information on adult inmates is disclosable under law. State Archives staff will review records containing probation, parole, medical, and juvenile criminal history data and disclose information pursuant to the Freedom of Information Law and Personal Privacy Protection Law. The identity of victims of sex crimes is not disclosable. Unless a specific law forbids disclosure indefinitely, all records must be disclosed after 75 years.

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Volume list is available at the repository.

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