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Senator Thomas W. Libous archived Web sites

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

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2 Web sites.
Inclusive Dates:
2006, 2008
Series Number:
B2236

Administrative History

Senator Thomas W. Libous, a Republican, was first elected to the Senate in 1988. He represents the 52nd Senate District, which consists of Broome County, Tioga County, and parts of Chenango County. He has chaired the Select Committee on the Disabled and the Standing Committee on Transportation.

Scope and Content Note

This series consists of archival copies of the publicly accessible Web site of Senator Thomas W. Libous. Researchers should note that in 2009, each Senator was allotted space on the main Senate Web site and the official sites of individual Senators were removed from the live Web.

B2236-06: This accretion consists of an archival copy of Senator Libous's official Web site produced on December 21, 2006, shortly before Governor George E. Pataki (1995-2006) left office. It contains biographical information, photographs, a district map, and press releases (2002-2006) concerning state-funded projects in Broome, Tioga, and Chenango counties and other developments of interest to Senator Libous's constituents.

B2236-08: This accretion consists of a copy of Senator Libous's official Web site produced on June 14, 2008, shortly after the resignation of Governor Eliot L. Spitzer (2007-2008). It contains biographical information, photographs, lists (2004-2008) of Senator Libous's legislative member items, and press releases (2007-2008) relating to the work of the Select Committee on the Disabled and the Standing Committee on Transportation and other matters of interest to Senator Libous's constituents. It also includes information for firefighters working in the 52nd Senate District and about colleges and universities located in the district. Information about farm stands, farmers' markets, and farms located within the 52nd Senate District and outdoor activities within the district is also present.

Researchers should note that, owing to the structure of the live site and the limitations of Web archiving technology, the appearance of this copy differs substantially from that of the live site.

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

Related Information

Related Materials

Series B2197, Senate, Archived Web Sites, contains copies of the main Senate Web site.

Custodial History

The New York State Archives and the New York State Library used Web archiving software to copy these Web sites in order to preserve the information they contain.

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