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Auburn Prison Parole Board Register of Incarcerated Individuals Paroled


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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 records of incarcerated individuals granted parole from Auburn Prison. Information includes consecutive number; name; date received; minimum and maximum terms; expiration dates; parole date; delinquency date; date returned for parole violation; delinquent time to serve; parole board absolute discharge date; date discharged by expiration of sentence; and remarks. Series also includes an alphabetical name index to incarcerated individuals paroled between 1907 and 1909 who are listed in the main register.
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0.7 cubic feet

2 volumes

Inclusive Dates:
1893-1926
Series Number:
B0075

Arrangement

Numeric by consecutive number.

Scope and Content Note

These are records of incarcerated individuals granted parole from Auburn.

An oversize volume is the main register indicating consecutive number, name, date received, minimum and maximum terms and expiration dates, expiration date by commutation, date of parole, date of delinquency, date returned for parole violation, delinquent time to serve, date of absolute discharge by parole board, date discharged by expiration of sentence, and remarks. There is also a small volume containing an alphabetical name index to the paroles between 1907 and 1909 which are listed in the main register. This index gives consecutive number, name, date paroled, to whom paroled, from where received, and remarks.

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Available at Repository

Volume 1 is an alphabetical name index to the main register (see series description).

Access Restrictions

Summary information on incarcerated adult individuals 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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