M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives

ARCHIVES OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS AND POLICY

Finding Aid for the
CIVIL SERVICE EMPLOYEES ASSOCIATION, INC.,
AMERICAN FEDERATION OF STATE, COUNTY, AND MUNICIPAL EMPLOYEES LOCAL 1000

RECORDS, 1918-ongoing
(APAP-015)

For reference queries contact M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives Reference staff

Finding Aid Compiled by
La Nina M. Clayton
June 1990
Revised by
Sarah Cross
December 2005
Devin Lander
March 2008
Melissa McMullen
2010







M. E. Grenander Department of Special Collections & Archives 
University Libraries / University at Albany / State University of New York 
1400 Washington Avenue / Albany, New York 12222 / (518) 437-3935


VOLUME: 45 reels of microfilm,55.05 cubic ft.

ACQUISITION: All microfilm items in this manuscript group (with the exception of the Meeting Transcripts which were microfilmed by CSEA) were lent to the University Libraries, M.E. Grenander Department Special Collections and Archives, by the Civil Service Employees Association, Inc. (CSEA), AFSCME Local 1000, and subsequently microfilmed as a part of the Harry Van Arsdale, Jr., Labor History Project. The originals were returned to CSEA. All other records are donated to the University Libraries on an annual basis.

ACCESS: Access to this record group is unrestricted.

COPYRIGHT: The researcher assumes full responsibility for conforming with the laws of copyright. Whenever possible, the M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives will provide information about copyright owners and other restrictions, but the legal determination ultimately rests with the researcher. Requests for permission to publish material from this collection should be discussed with the Head of Special Collections and Archives.


TABLE OF CONTENTS

Administrative History

Scope and Content Note

Series Descriptions

Box and Folder List:


Civil Service Employees Association, Inc. (CSEA), AFSCME, Local 1000
Administrative History

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The Civil Service Employees Association, Inc., or CSEA, is the largest public employees' union in New York State with over 260,000 members. CSEA began in Albany, New York in 1910 as a collective effort by a small group of state employees to secure better wages and working conditions. Originally known as the Association of State Civil Service Employees, the organization adopted its current name in November 1946. Between 1920 and 1940 the organization grew from a handful of workers to a membership of over 600. This increase in membership was largely based upon the admittance of non-competitive class civil service employees. By 1947 the organization admitted another class of state employees, local government workers, with the issuance of a charter to Westchester County employees.

Ever-increasing membership prompted CSEA's leadership to formalize the union. As part of this effort, CSEA purchased its first building in 1947. Along with the procurement of an organizational headquarters and the statewide issuance of charters, CSEA also published a constitution. As expressed in the CSEA constitution, the fundamental purpose of the organization is to "represent its workers with respect to all terms and conditions of employment, to uphold and extend the principles of merit and fitness in public employment, and to maintain and promote efficiency in public service and to advance the interests of all Civil Service employees."

CSEA's commitment to its members encouraged other state employees to join the union. CSEA's membership expanded to more than 40,000 by 1948. While other labor organizations discontinued operations in times of economic hardship, CSEA's membership remained active. By the 1960s the organization had become so large in number and effective that its endorsement became much sought after in the New York State political arena.

In 1967 the Taylor Law went into effect, changing the face of labor relations in New York. The Taylor Law established "good faith" collective bargaining practices for both management and labor. Furthermore, it declared all strikes by state employees illegal and prescribed a "two for one" penalty for those labor organizations whose members participated in a strike. In spite of the Taylor Law and its prohibitions against strikes by state employees, at midnight on March 31, 1972, New York State employees engaged in their first strike. The striking workers, members of CSEA, walked off their jobs to protest meager wage increases presented during contract negotiations. The strike lasted two days and resulted in contracts which included salary increases and productivity bonuses.

In 1974 CSEA "regionalized" creating six geographic subdivisions in New York. The regions are: 1) Long Island, serving Nassau and Suffolk Counties; 2) Metropolitan, serving New York City; 3) Southern, serving the seven counties of the mid-Hudson area; 4) Capital, serving the 14 counties surrounding Albany; 5) Central, serving 20 counties with Syracuse at the hub; and 6) Western, serving 14 counties extending to Buffalo and the westernmost part of the state.

In 1978 CSEA undertook a trial affiliation with the American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees (AFSCME) as Local 1000. CSEA became a permanent member of AFSCME in 1981. Currently, CSEA is the largest affiliate of AFSCME, which in turn is the largest member of the AFL-CIO.

CSEA publishes an official monthly newspaper for its members. Originally entitled The Civil Service Leader, CSEA changed the publication's name in 1978 to The Public Sector and to The Work Force in 1998. The newspaper serves to keep members informed of the union's activities locally and statewide.

During its 100 year history, CSEA has achieved significant accomplishments. In 1920 CSEA had its first victory with the establishment of the New York State Retirement System. Throughout the 1930s, CSEA became more influential in state politics. In 1931 CSEA introduced a legislative measure that led to the 1936 abolition of the 72-hour work week for employees of state institutions. Another accomplishment of the 1930s was the passage of the Feld-Hamilton law on June 3, 1937. The new law set in place a salary plan that provided state employees with minimum salaries and equal pay for equal work. As the decade of the 1940s approached, CSEA took on a new direction. 1946 set the stage for enormous growth with the official change of the organization's name to CSEA and the constitutional change that opened up membership to all New York public employees.

Throughout the 1960s, 1970s, and 1980s CSEA was a very influential labor union. CSEA backed the 1967 Public Employees Fair Employment Act, also known as the Taylor Law. CSEA also had a large role in the passage of the Public Employment Safety and Health Act. The new law created safer workplaces for all public employees by creating minimum safety standards. In the late 1970s, CSEA made its most dramatic move as a labor organization when it joined AFSCME. A major success of the 1980s was CSEA's constitutional change to allow the organization of private sector employees.

As CSEA approached and entered the new millenium, it realized that it would be faced with new challanges as it advocated for workers' rights, including a growing pool of retirees. After several years of fighting for a permanent cost of living adjustment (COLA) to the pension system, CSEA utilized the union's influential power to obtain the benefit in 2000. Today CSEA continues to serve as an advocate for workers, bargaining for just contracts and campaigning for quality and affordable helath care, education, safe workplaces, and guaranteed Social Security benefits.

Following is a list of CSEA Presidents from the organization's founding through today:

William M. Thomas, 1910-1918
Wellington D. Ives, 1920-1921
Major Philip G. Rosa, 1921-1922
Dr. James I Wyer Jr., 1922-1923
Dr. Horatio M. Pollack, 1923-1925
Danial Chase, 1925-1926
James A. Cromie, 1926-1927
Robert B. Haner, 1927-1928
William C. Smith, 1928-1929
William F. McDonough, 1929-1934
Beulah Bailey Thull, 1934-1935
Dr. Charles A. Brind Jr. 1935-1941
Harold J. Fisher, 1941-1944
Clifford C. Shoro, 1944-1945
Dr. Frank L. Tolman, 1945-1950
Jesse B. McFarland, 1950-1953
John F. Powers, 1953-1959
Joseph F. Feilly, 1959-1967
Dr. Theodore Wenzl, 1967-1977
William C. McGowan, 1977-1988
Joe McDermott, 1988-1994
Danny Donohue, 1994-present

Additional information about CSEA, Local 1000 and links to other CSEA local pages are available through the organization's Web site at http://www.csealocal1000.org/.


Civil Service Employees Association, Inc. (CSEA), AFSCME, Local 1000
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The records of the Civil Service Employees Association span from 1918 to the present. There is no documentation of the organization's initial years of existence. The records include Transcripts of Meetings, Records of Resolution or Motion, Legal and Administrative Files, Subject Files, Publications, News Clippings, Press Releases, Audio Visuals, Scrapbooks, and records of the CSEA 100 Project, an extensive interview project created to help celebrate the union's centennial in 2010. Of these, publications is the largest series and includes CSEA's official newspapers The Civil Service Leader, The Public Sector, and The Work Force. Please note that the records of the Capital City Council of the Civil Service Association, which formed in 1918, are also included in Series 1: Transcripts of Meetings.

The collection contains a variety of record formats. A selection of early to mid-twentieth century meeting transcripts and publications are housed on microfilm, some filmed by CSEA and others by the M. E. Grenander Department of Special Collections & Archives. There is a substantial number of paper files including correspondence, newspapers, meeting and interview transcripts (also digitized), meeting minutes, and subject files, and both hard copy and digitized publications and photographs. In addition, there are video and audio tapes and scrapbooks. Links to all digitized materials are available from this finding aid.

Conspicuously absent from the collection is any documentation of the strike in 1972 by CSEA members, except for any discussions in the minutes and transcripts of meetings. While only lasting two days, it is noted in New York labor history for being the first strike by state employees under the Taylor Law of 1967, which made it illegal for New York State employees to strike and imposed harsh financial penalties for those who did.

For additional labor collections in the Department, see the online subject guide for Labor.


Civil Service Employees Association, Inc. (CSEA), AFSCME, Local 1000
Series Descriptions

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Series 1: Transcripts of Meetings, 1918-2012, 18 reels, 6.6 cubic ft. Reels are arranged by type of meeting and chronologically thereunder, with the exception of the Annual Meeting Minutes for 1925-46 which are filmed on reel 10. All reels in this series were filmed by CSEA--many frames are difficult to read. Paper records are arranged chronologically.

The reels contain annual meeting minutes (with tables of contents), correspondence, CSEA President's reports, and verbatim transcripts of Board of Directors, County and State Delegate, and State Executive Committee meetings. Also contained on reel 10 are the minutes of special delegates meetings and the records of the Captital City Council of the Civil Service Association which formed in 1918.

Subseries 1: Board of Directors Meetings, 1933-1979, reels 1-10, 1971, 1978, 1981, 1983, 1995-2012, 3.6 cubic ft.

The Board of Directors Meetings subseries includes committe reports, memorandums, state officer reports, interim Board of Directors meeting materials, and meeting minutes. Board of Directors Meetings are held several times a year.

Subseries 2: Annual Delegate Meetings, 1925-2011, reels 10-17,1964-2007, 1.0 cubic ft.

Included in the Annual Delegate Meetings are agendas, resolutions and bylaws under consideration, officer reports, lists of delegates, committee reports, and meeting minutes. Annual Delegate Meetings are held on a yearly basis over a three or four day period.

Subseries 3: State Executive Committee Meetings, 1971-1973, 1981-1983, .8 cubic ft.

Included in the State Executive Committee Meetings are minutes, agendas, motions and resolutions, letters to members, officer reports, lists of delegates, and committee reports. State Executive Committee Meetings were held several times a year, but this function now falls under the supervision of the Board of Directors.

Subseries 4: County Executive Committee Meetings, 1948-1969, 1971-1973, 1981-1983, .8 cubic ft.

Included in the County Executive Committee Meetings are minutes, agendas, motions and resolutions, letters to members, and transcripts of meetings. County Executive Committee Meetings were held several times a year.

Subseries 5: Meetings of State Chapter Presidents, 1971-1972, 1981-1982, .2 cubic ft.

Included in the Meetings of State Chapter Presidents are transcripts of meetings, minutes, memos, letters to members, notes, and committee reports.

Subseries 6: Meetings of County Delegates, 1976, .2 cubic ft.

Included in the Meetings of County Delegates are the transcripts for the March and October 1976 meetings.

Series 2: Records of Resolution or Motion, 1961-1969, 1978 reels 1-5, 1.2 cubic ft. Arranged chronologically.

The Records of Resolution or Motion series is a compilation of the proposals made at various organizational meetings between 1961 and 1969 and in 1978. Although the majority of the records are from one decade, there is a considerable amount of information within the series as the issues raised during the meetings varied widely. This information could be used to study the organization's development during the 1960s as that time period saw radical changes in New York State labor policy.

Series 3: Legal and Administrative Files, 1951-2008, reels 1-3, 2.6 cubic ft. Arranged chronologically.

The Legal and Administrative files on reels contain various records pertaining to the political, legal, and administrative aspects of the CSEA. These records include the agreements between CSEA and New York State and its various units, collective bargaining agreements, and the meeting minutes of the Legal Committee. The reels also include model constitutions and by-laws, department head minutes and reports, and Political Action Fund meeting information.

The paper portion of the Legal and Administrative Files series also consists of agreements between CSEA and New York State and its various units, and materials pertaining to the Public Employee Federation (PEF) challenge. In the 1970s PEF challenged CSEA for sole representation of state employees in the Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services Unit. Included are memorandums, case materials, court decisions, press releases, and news clippings. The paper portion also features material that spans the entire scope of the legal and administrative aspects of CSEA, including files from the Suffolk County Chapter, the Committee on Revision of Constitution and By-Laws, and material from the Council 82 strike of 1979-1980.

Series 4: Subject Files, 1967-2007, 1.0 cubic ft. Arranged chronologically.

The Subject Files are an artificial compilation of CSEA's many organizational activities and include information and correspondences of presidents Ted Wenzl, Joe McDermott and Danny Donohue, as well as a file kept by the CSEA on Governor Mario Cuomo. The folder of material that includes three signed cartoons by Hy Rosen, a bumper sticker, and flyers all related to President Wenzl, were donated by his son Thurman Wenzl.

Series 5: Publications, 1932-2012, reels 1-19, 30.43 cubic ft. Reels are arranged chronologically. Papers are arranged chronologically by publication.

This series contains both the official CSEA newspaper for its members and smaller newsletters which focus upon a specific segment of membership. The official newspaper chronicles CSEA activities such as scholarship funds, solidarity marches, and the individual achievements of members. Originally entitled The Civil Service Leader the name was changed to The Public Sector in 1978 and to The Work Force twenty years later. The early editions of the newspaper focused primarily on the maintenance of wages and benefits. They also listed numerous job vacancies throughout New York State and the nation.

The collection includes paper, microfilm, and PDF file versions of the official newspaper. Note that there are only a few years for which copies of the publications are available in all three formats.

The smaller newsletters in this series focus upon such topics as retiree news, women, and safety and health.

Series 6: News Clippings, 1986-2013, 2.6 cubic ft. Arranged chronologically.

This series is a compilation of news clipings from several statewide and local New York newspapers. The CSEA Communications Department compiles and produces a news clippings packet on a bi or tri-monthly basis. The news clippings have been left in original packet form.

Series 7: CSEA Communications, 1971-2012, 1.2 cubic ft. Arranged chronologically.

This series includes press releases, weekly summaries, and statements/speeches. Press releases, though incomplete, cover a broad range of topics from key issues to notification of meetings. The press releases are produced by CSEA and distributed in a paper format and posted on the CSEA website. The weekly summaries, also known as "Hot Sheets," are summary memos outlining the activities of the various CSEA departments for that week. They were distributed internally and offer a glimpse into the week to week work undertaken by the CSEA. The statements/speeches were made by CSEA leadership and officers regarding the union's position on key issues.

Series 8: Audio Visual, 1969-2006, 4.42 cubic ft. Arranged chronologically by format and size.

The Audio Visual series contains videos dating from 1969-2006 and audio tapes from 1976-2003. The video portion of the series includes live footage of CSEA events, advertisements, Annual Delegates Meeting opening and closings, and videos directed toward members. The audio portion of the series includes CSEA jingles, radio comments, and advertisements.

Series 9: CSEA 100 Project, 1980-2009 Arranged alphabetically and by format.

The CSEA created an oral history initative, the CSEA 100 Project, to commemorate the union's 100th anniversary in 2010. This series includes paper transcripts and audio recordings of interviews. Project interviewees ranged from state officers, regional presidents and officers, and Board of Directors members, to legal staff, building staff, and secretaries to state officers.

Series 10: Photographs, 1950-2009

A selection of over 800 images from CSEA are available for viewing online from the University at Albany Libraries' Digital Collections database.

Series 11: Scrapbooks, 1960-1994, 3 cubic ft.

This series is composed of scrapbooks from the Oneida County CSEA Chapter and sectretary of Local 767, Dorthy Dutton. The scrapbooks generally include news clippings, photographs, flyers, notices, etc. Photographs were removed from scrapbooks 2, 3, and 4 for preservation reasons.

Series 12: Membership, 1963-2009, 1.99 cubic ft. Arranged Alphabetically.

The membership series contains materials produced by CSEA headquarters for its members. It contains resource manuals on a variety of subjects such as test preparation for the civil service exams, how to submit an amendment or proposal to the statewide constitution, and educational assistance. Materials about each of the five regions are included as well as materials pertaining to the internal departments at headquarters. In addition, there are a number of pamphlets aimed at members along with flyers about the benefits of being a member in the union.


Civil Service Employees Association, Inc. (CSEA), AFSCME, Local 1000
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[Note: The meeting minutes for 1925-1946 are filmed on reel 10. All reels in this series were filmed by CSEA--many pages are difficult to read.]

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Series 1: Transcripts and Minutes of Meetings, 1925-2012
Subseries 1: Board of Directors Meetings, 1925-2012

Reel 1:
Transcripts of Meetings, March 7, 1933-July 28, 1955

Reel 2:
Transcripts of Meetings, 1953-October 28, 1957

Reel 3:
Transcripts of Meetings, October 1960-June, 1965

Reel 4:
Transcripts of Meetings, August 19, 1965-August 1, 1968

Reel 5:
Transcripts of Meetings, August 1, 1968-May 18, 1971

Reel 6:
Transcripts of Meetings, June 13, 1971-October 5, 1974

Reel 7:
Transcripts of Meetings, October 24, 1973-February 28, 1976

Reel 8:
Transcripts of Meetings, February 12, 1976-November 6, 1977

Reel 9:
Transcripts of Meetings, January 12, 1978-October 21, 1979

Reel 10:
Transcripts of Meetings, 1918-1946, November 29, 1979-December 2, 1979
[Includes the records of the Capital City Council of the Civil Service Association of New York, 1925-1946.]

Box 1
Folder

1. Board of Directors Meeting, 1971
2. Board of Directors Meeting, 1971, cont'd

Box 2
Folder


1. Board of Directors Meeting, 1978,1981,1983
2. Board of Directors Meeting, January 25, 1995
3. Board of Directors Meeting, June 2, 1995
4. Board of Directors Meeting, August 24, 1995
5. Board of Directors Meeting, January 11, 1996-1 of 2
6. Board of Directors Meeting, January 11, 1996-2 of 2
7. Board of Directors Meeting, March 7, 1996
8. Board of Directors Meeting, May 15, 1996
9. Board of Directors Meeting, August 15, 1996
10. Board of Directors Meeting, October 31, 1996-1 of 2
11. Board of Directors Meeting, October 31, 1996-2 of 2
12. Board of Directors Meeting, January 9, 1997
13. Board of Directors Meeting, February, 1997
14. Board of Directors Meeting, March 6, 1997
15. Board of Directors Meeting, April 24, 1997
16. Board of Directors Meeting, June 19, 1997
17. Board of Directors Meeting, August 27, 1997
18. Board of Directors Meeting, October 23, 1997
19. Board of Directors Meeting, January 8, 1998
20. Board of Directors Meeting, March 19, 1998
21. Board of Directors Meeting, May 28, 1998
22. Board of Directors Meeting, July 23, 1998
23. Board of Directors Meeting, September 16, 1998
24. Board of Directors Meeting, November 19, 1998
25. Board of Directors Meeting, January 14, 1999

Box 3
Folder

1. Board of Directors Meeting, April 22, 1999-1 of 2
2. Board of Directors Meeting, April 22, 1999-2 of 2
3. Board of Directors Meeting, July 29, 1999
4. Board of Directors Meeting, November 17, 1999
5. Board of Directors Meeting, January 13, 2000
6. Board of Directors Meeting, April 14, 2000
7. Board of Directors Meeting, July 13, 2000
8. Board of Directors Meeting, November 9, 2000
9. Board of Directors Meeting, January 18, 2001
10. Board of Directors Meeting, April 26, 2001
11. Board of Directors Meeting, July 12, 2001-1 of 2
1. Board of Directors Meeting, July 12, 2001-2 of 2
1. Board of Directors Meeting, September 20, 2001
1. Board of Directors Meeting, November 29, 2001
1. Board of Directors Meeting, January 17, 2002
16. Board of Directors Meeting, April 4, 2002
17. Board of Directors Meeting, July 18, 2002
18. Board of Directors Meeting, October 1, 2002
19. Board of Directors Meeting, January 16, 2003
20. Board of Directors Meeting, April 10, 2003-1 of 2
21. Board of Directors Meeting, April 10, 2003-2 of 2
22. Board of Directors Meeting, July 10, 2003

Box 4
Folder

1. Board of Directors Meeting, September 19, 2003
2. Board of Directors Meeting, November 14,2003
3. Board of Directors Meeting, January 15, 2004-1 of 2
4. Board of Directors Meeting, January 15, 2004-2 of 2
5. Board of Directors Meeting, February 27, 2004
6. Board of Directors Meeting, April 15, 2004
7. Board of Directors Meeting, May 28, 2004
8. Board of Directors Meeting, July 8, 2004
9. Board of Directors Meeting, November 12, 2004
10. Interim Board of Directors Reports, March 11, 2005
11. Board of Directors Meeting, April 28, 2005
12. Board of Directors Meeting, June 27, 2005
13. Board of Directors Meeting, August 5, 2005
14. Board of Directors Meeting, September 13, 2005-1 of 2
15. Board of Directors Meeting, September 13, 2005-2 of 2
16. Interim Board of Directors Report, November 18, 2005
17. Board of Directors Meeting, January 12, 2006-1 of 2
18. Board of Directors Meeting, January 12, 2006-2 of 2
19. Interim board of Directors Report, March 3, 2006
20. Board of Directors Meeting, April 20, 2006
21. Interim Board of Directors Report, June 2, 2006
22. Board of Directors Meeting, July 13, 2006
23. Board of Directors Meeting, September 14, 2006
24. Board of Directors Meeting, January 11, 2007
25. Board of Directors Meeting, April 12, 2007
26. Interim Board of Directors Report, June 1, 2007
27. Board of Directors Meeting, July 26, 2007
28. Board of Directors Meeting, September 27, 2007
29. Interim Board of Directors Report, November 30, 2007
30. Board of Directors Meeting, January 10, 2008
31. Interim Board of Directors Meeting, Febraury 25, 2008
32. Board of Directors Meeting, April 17, 2008
33. Interim Board of Directors Report, May 30, 2008

Box 5
Folder

1. Board of Directors Meeting, July 10, 2008
2. Board of Directors Meeting, September 11, 2008
3. Interim Board of Directors Report, November 21, 2008
4. Board of Directors Meeting, January 15, 2009
5. Interim Board of Directors Report, February 20, 2009
6. Board of Directors Meeting, April 16, 2009
7. Board of Directors Meeting, July 30, 2009
8. Board of Directors Meeting, September 10, 2009
9. Board of Directors Meeting, January 14, 2010-1 of 2
10. Board of Directors Meeting, January 14, 2010-2 of 2
11. Interim Board of Directors Reports, March 1, 2010
12. Board of Directors Meeting, April 29, 2010-1 of 2
13. Board of Directors Meeting, April 29, 2010-2 of 2
14. Interim Board of Directors Reports, June 1, 2010
15. Board of Directors Meeting, July 15, 2010
16. Board of Directors Meeting, September 30, 2010-1 of 2
17. Board of Directors Meeting, September 30, 2010-2 of 2
18. Board of Directors Meeting, January 20, 2011
19. Board of Directors Meeting, April 14, 2011
20. Board of Directors Meeting, July 21, 2011
21. Board of Directors Meeting, September 22, 2011
22. Board of Directors Meeting, January 12, 2012
23. Board of Directors Meeting, April 12, 2012
24. Board of Directors Meeting, July 12, 2012
25. Board of Directors Meeting, September 28, 2012


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Series 1: Transcripts and Minutes of Meetings, 1925-2012
Subseries 2: Annual Delegate Meetings, 1946-2012

Reel 11:
Transcripts of Meetings, 1947-1954

Reel 12:
Transcripts of Meetings, 1956-1962

Reel 13:
Transcripts of Meetings, 1963-1967

Reel 14:
Transcripts of Meetings, 1967, 1973-1975

Reel 15:
Transcripts of Meetings, November 1, 1967-September 22, 1972

Reel 15a:
Transcripts of Meetings, 1973, March 1975-September 1975

Reel 16:
Transcripts of Meetings, October 2, 1975-April 4, 1978

Reel 17:
Transcripts of Meetings, May 1, 1978-March 11, 1980

Box 1
Folder

1. Annual Delegates Meetings, October 13-15, 1964
2. Annual Delegates Meeting, September 19-23, 1981
3. Annual Delegates Meeting, October 10-15, 1982
4. Annual Delegates Meeting, October 23-28, 1983- 1 of 2
5. Annual Delegates Meeting, October 23-28, 1983- 2 of 2
6. Annual Delegates Meeting, October 21-26, 1984- 1 of 2
7. Annual Delegates Meeting, October 21-26, 1984- 2 of 2
8. Annual Delegates Meeting, October 20-25, 1985- 1 of 3
9. Annual Delegates Meeting, October 20-25, 1985- 2 of 3
10. Annual Delegates Meeting, October 20-25, 1985- 3 of 3
11. Annual Delegates Meeting, October 26- 31, 1986; September 27-October 2, 1987; October 30-November 4, 1988
12. Annual Delegates Meeting, October 15-20, 1989
13. Annual Delegates Meeting, October 22-26, 1990
14. Annual Delegates Meeting, October 7-11, 1991; November 15-19, 1993; October 3-7, 1994
15. Annual Delegates Meeting, September 30-October 4, 1996
16. Annual Delegates Meeting, September 22-26, 1997- 1 of 2
17. Annual Delegates Meeting, September 22-26, 1997- 1 of 2
18. Annual Delegates Meeting, October 4-9, 1998
19. Annual Delegates Meeting, October 18-22, 1999
20. Annual Delegates Meeting, October 25-29, 2000
21. Annual Delegates Meeting, October 29-November 2, 2001
22. Annual Delegates Meeting, September 9-13, 2002
23. Annual Delegates Meeting, October 20-24, 2003

Box 2
Folder

1. Annual Delegates Meeting, September 20-24, 2004- Cancelled
2. Annual Delegates Meeting, September 26-30, 2005
3. Annual Delegates Meeting, September 25-29, 2006
4. Annual Delegates Meeting, September 17-21, 2007
5. Annual Delegates Meeting, September 21-26, 2008-1 of 2
6. Annual Delegates Meeting, September 21-26, 2008-2 of 2
7. Annual Delegates Meeting, September 14-18, 2009

Box 3
Folder

1. Annual Delegates Meeting, October 3-7, 2011
2. Annual Delegates Meeting, October 15-19, 2012


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Series 1: Transcripts and Minutes of Meetings, 1925-2009
Subseries 3: State Executive Committee Meetings, 1971-1983, 2001

Box 1
Folder

1. State Executive Committee Meeting, 1971
2. State Executive Committee Meeting, 1972
3. State Executive Committee Meeting, 1973
4. State Executive Committee Meeting, March 15, 1976-1 of 2
5. State Executive Committee Meeting, March 15, 1976-2 of 2
6. State Executive Committee Meeting, January 13, 1981
7. State Executive Committee Meeting, February 18, 1981
8. State Executive Committee Meeting, April 14, 1981
9. State Executive Committee Meeting, May 13, 1981
10. State Executive Committee Meeting, July 23, 1981
11. State Executive Committee Meeting, September 9, 1981-1 of 2
12. State Executive Committee Meeting, September 9, 1981-2 of 2
13. State Executive Committee Meeting, November 18, 1981
14. State Executive Committee Meeting, January 13, 1982
15. State Executive Committee Meeting, March 10, 1982
16. State Executive Committee Meeting, April 14, 1982
17. State Executive Committee Meeting, May 12, 1982
18. State Executive Committee Meeting, July 14, 1982
19. State Executive Committee Meeting, September 15, 1982
20. State Executive Committee Meeting, November 17, 1982
21. State Executive Committee Meeting, February 9, 1983-1 of 2
22. State Executive Committee Meeting, February 9, 1983-2 of 2
23. State Executive Committee Meeting, May 18, 1983
24. State Executive Committee Meeting, January 17, 2001


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Series 1: Transcripts and Minutes of Meetings, 1925-2009
Subseries 4: County Executive Committee Meetings, 1948-1969, 1971-1973, 1981-1983

Box 1
Folder

1. County Executive Committee Meeting, 1948-1960
2. County Executive Committee Meeting, 1960-1969
3. County Executive Committee Meeting, 1971
4. County Executive Committee Meeting, 1972
5. County Executive Committee Meeting, 1973
6. County Executive Committee Meeting, January 14, 1981
7. County Executive Committee Meeting, February 18, 1981
8. County Executive Committee Meeting, April 14, 1981
9. County Executive Committee Meeting, May 13, 1981
10. County Executive Committee Meeting, July 23, 1981
11. County Executive Committee Meeting, September 9, 1981
12. County Executive Committee Meeting, November 18, 1981-1 of 2
13. County Executive Committee Meeting, November 18, 1981-2 of 2
14. County Executive Committee Meeting, January 13, 1982
15. County Executive Committee Meeting, March 10, 1982
16. County Executive Committee Meeting, April 14, 1982
17. County Executive Committee Meeting, May 12, 1982
18. County Executive Committee Meeting, July 14, 1982
19. County Executive Committee Meeting, September 15, 1982-1 of 2
20. County Executive Committee Meeting, September 15, 1982-2 of 2
21. County Executive Committee Meeting, November 17, 1982
22. County Executive Committee Meeting, February 9, 1983
23. County Executive Committee Meeting, May 18, 1983


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Series 1: Transcripts and Minutes of Meetings, 1925-2009
Subseries 5: Meetings of State Chapter Presidents, 1971-1972, 1981-1982

Box 1
Folder

1. Meeting of State Chapter Presidents, February 22, 1971-1 of 2
2. Meeting of State Chapter Presidents, February 22. 1971-2 of 2
3. Meeting of State Chapter Presidents, November 8, 1972
4. Meeting of State Chapter Presidents, March 23, 1981
5. Meeting of State Chapter Presidents, November 29, 1982


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Series 1: Transcripts and Minutes of Meetings, 1925-2009
Subseries 6: Meetings of County Delegates, 1976

Box 1
Folder

1. Meetings of County Delegates, March 15, 1976
2. Meetings of County Delegates, October 12, 1976


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Series 2: Record of Resolution or Motion, 1961-1966

Box 1
Folder

1. Record of Resolution or Motion, 1961-paper and microfilm available
2. Record of Resolution or Motion, 1961-paper and microfilm available
3. Record of Resolution or Motion, 1962-paper and microfilm available
4. Record of Resolution or Motion, 1962-paper and microfilm available
5. Record of Resolution or Motion, 1962-paper and microfilm available
6. Record of Resolution or Motion, 1963-paper and microfilm available
7. Record of Resolution or Motion, 1963-paper and microfilm available
8. Record of Resolution or Motion, 1963-paper and microfilm available
9. Record of Resolution or Motion, 1963-paper and microfilm available
10. Record of Resolution or Motion, 1963-paper and microfilm available
11. Record of Resolution or Motion, 1964-paper and microfilm available
12. Record of Resolution or Motion, 1964-paper and microfilm available
13. Record of Resolution or Motion, 1964-paper and microfilm available
14. Record of Resolution or Motion, 1964-paper and microfilm available
15. Record of Resolution or Motion, 1965-paper and microfilm available
16. Record of Resolution or Motion, 1965-paper and microfilm available
17. Record of Resolution or Motion, 1965-paper and microfilm available
18. Record of Resolution or Motion, 1965-paper and microfilm available
19. Record of Resolution or Motion, 1965-paper and microfilm available
20. Record of Resolution or Motion, 1965-paper and microfilm available
21. Record of Resolution or Motion, 1965-paper and microfilm available

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Folder


1. Record of Resolution or Motion, 1966-paper and microfilm available
2. Record of Resolution or Motion, 1966-paper and microfilm available
3. Record of Resolution or Motion, 1966-paper and microfilm available


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Series 3: Legal and Administrative Files, 1951-2008

Reel 1

Agreements Between CSEA and New York State, 1977-1979
Legal Committee Meeting Minutes(2 folders), 1982
  July 15, 1982
  August 12, 1982
  (2 folders) 1982
  September 30, 1982
  November 18, 1982

Reel 2

Agreement Between NYS and CSEA Institutional Services Unit, 1988
Agreement Between NYS and CSEA Administrative Services Unit, 1988-1991
Agreement Between CSEA and Operational Services Unit, 1988-1991
Constitution and By-laws, 1984-89
Constitution-Local, 1989
Constitution-Unit, 1989
The CSEA Activist, 1983-85
"CSEA: Building Our Future," circa 1985
"CSEA Works for You!" 1985
Department Head Meetings Minutes, 1982-1983
Department Head Reports, 1982
Department Head Reports, 1983

Reel 3

Department Head Reports, January-May, 1983
Department Head Reports, June-December, 1984
"Evolution of a Labor Union: CSEA," 1986
"Local Government Negotiations: A Handbook for CSEA Negotiating Committees and Teams," circa 1985
News Releases, 1981-1984 (4 folders)
Personnel Committee Meeting Minutes, 1975-1978
Political Action Fund Meeting, 1979, 1982 (2 Folders) "Working Together," circa 1985

Box 1
Folder


1. Suffolk County Welfare Unit, 1951-1961
2. Committee on Revisions of Constitution & By-Laws, 1955-1964
3. Committee on Revisions of Constitution & By-Laws, 1956-1964
4. Suffolk County Welfare Unit, 1957-1961
5. County Payroll Deduction Resolutions, 1958-1961
6. Constitution & By-Laws, 1961-1965
7. Civil Service Employees Legislative Guide, 1963
8. Suffolk Chapter Legislative Requests, 1964
9. Years of Progress, 1969-2000
10. PEF Challenge, 1972-1976
11. Political Action Materials, 1973-1987
12. Annual Report, 1974-1975
13. Municiapl Assistance Corporation Challenge, 1975
14. Agreement between CSEA & NYS: Thruway Authority, December 1976
15. Constitution of the American Federation of State, County, & Municipal Employees (AFSCME), AFL-CIO, June 1976
16. State Employee Layoff Informational Pamphlets, 1976-1983
17. Tempory Commision on Management & Productivity in the Public Sector, 1976-1981
18. PEF Challenge, 1977
19. Political Action Materials, 1977
20. Political Action Materials, 1977-1980
21. Constitution of the American Federation of State, County, & Municipal Employees (AFSCME), AFL-CIO, June 1978
22. OSHA Campaign, 1978-1980
23. PEF Challenge, 1978- 1 of 2
24. PEF Challenge, 1978- 2 of 2
25. Public Sector Publishing History, 1978-1984
26. Agreement between CSEA & NYS: Institutional Services Unit, 1979-1991
27. Agreement between CSEA & NYS: Occupational Services Unit, 1979-1985
28. Council 82 Correction Officers Strike, April 20-May 3, 1979
29. Council 82 Correction Officers Strike, May 5- September 18, 1980
30. PEF Challenge, 1979- 1 of 2
31. PEF Challenge, 1979- 2 of 2
32. Regional Tally for the CSEA Safety Hotline, June 26, 1979-June 1, 1980
33. Healing & Safety Materials, 1980
34. OSHA Protection Campaign, 1980-1983
35. PEF Challenge, 1980
36. State of the State Memorandum, 1980
37. Lobbyist Materials, 1981
38. State Division of Military Affairs Correspondence, 1981-1984

Box 2


1. Agreement between CSEA & NYS: Administrative Services Unit, 1982-1991
2. Agreement between CSEA & NYS: Unified Court System, 1982-1988
3. Political Action Department Legislation Log, 1982
4. Political Action Materials, 1982-1984
5. Job Training Partnership Committee, 1983-1984
6. Labor Education Action Program (LEAP), 1983-1985
7. Agreement between CSEA & NYS: Division of Military & Naval Affairs Unit Employees, 1985-1995
8. Agreement between CSEA & NYS: Operational Services Unit, 1985-1991
9. Political Action Materials, 1985
10. Agreement between County of Westchester & Westchester County Unit of Local 860, 1988-1992
11. Agreement between CSEA & NYs: Unified Court System, 1988-1991
12. Political Action Department Legislation Support Memorandum, 1988-1992
13. Political Action Materials, 1988-1994
14. Agreement between County of Rockland & Rockland County Unit Local 844, January 1, 1989-December 31, 1991
15. Mario Cuomo's Message to the Legislature, 1989-1990
16. Nassau County Challenge, 1989
17. The Taylor Law Pamphlets, 1989-2004
18. CSEA Region Constitution, July 1990
19. Agreement between CSEA & NYS: Administrative Services Unit, 1991-1999
20. Agreement between CSEA & NYS: Institutional Services Unit, 1991-2003
21. Agreement between CSEA & NYs: Operational Services Unit, 1991-1999
22. Legislative Summaries, 1991-1994
23. Legislative Memorandums in Support of Legislation, 1992-1994
24. Privization Materials, 1993-1994
25. Agreement between CSEA & NYS: Division of Military & Naval Affairs, 1995-2003
26. Testimonies at Public Hearings, 1995-1996
27. Individual Budget Lobbying Schedule, 1996
28. Legislative Summary, 1996
29. Year in Review, 1996
30. CSEA Constitutions: Unit & Region, February 1997
31. Legislative Memorandums in Support/Opposition of Legislation, March-July, 1997
32. Women's Legislative Breakfast Pamphlet, Buffalo 1997
33. CSEA Constitution & By-Laws, January 1998
34. CSEA Constitutions: Local, Private Sector Local, Region, & Unit, March 1998
35. CSEA Region Constitution, March 1999

Box 3


1. Agreement between CSEA & NYS, April 2, 1999-April 11, 2003
2. Agreement between CSEA & NYS: Administrative Services Unit, 1999-2003
3. Agreement between CSEA & NYs: Operational SErvices Unit, 1999-2007
4. Collective Bargaining Agreement between CSEA and the Town of Hempstead, 2001-2004
5. CSEA Constitution & By-Laws, January 2001
6. CSEA Constitutions: Local, Private Sector Local, Local for Retirees, Region & Unit, February 2001
7. Agreement between CSEA & Rye Neck Union Free School District, July 1, 2002
8. The State of Working New York, 2001
9. CSEA Constitution and By-Laws, January, 2002
10. Legislative Agenda, 2002
11. Westchester County Local 860-CSEA Local 9200:Fact Sheet, January 1, 2002
12. Agreement between CSEA & NYS: Administrative Services Unit, 2003-2007
13. Agreement between CSEA & NYS: Division of Military & Naval Affairs Unit, 2003-2007
14. Agreement between CSEA & NYS: Highlights 2003-2007
15. Agreement between CSEA & NYS: Institutional Services Unit, 2003-2007
16. Agreement between CSEA & NYS: Operational Services Unit, 2003-2007
17. Agreement between CSEA & Mount Pleasant Public Library, 2003-2005
18. Agreement between CSEA & Sodexho Campus Services (SUNY New Paltz), December 1, 2003-November 30, 2008
19. New York State & CSEA Contract- Side Letters, 2003-2007
20. The State of Working New York, 2003
21. Agreement between West Babylon Union Free School District and CSEA, 2004-2008
22. Constitutional By-Laws, January 2004
23. CSEA Constitutions: Local, Private Sector Local, Local for Retirees, Region & Unit, April 2004
24. Powers, Duties, & Legal Responsibilities of the Board of Directors, April 2004
25. Agreement between North Castle Public Library and CSEA, 2005-2008
26. CSEA Policy Statements, February 2005
27. Introduction to the CSEA Legal Department & Legal Assistance Program Pamphlet, Fall 2005
28. Legal Services Program, Winter 2005
29. Legislative Agenda, 2005-2006
30. Legislative & Budget Issues for 2005
31. Legislative Summary, 2005
32. Legislative Wrap-Up, July 16-August 15, 2005
33. CSEA Constitutiona: Local & Private Sector Local, November 2006
34. CSEA Policy Statements, February 2006
35. Mandatory/Nonmandatory subjects of Negotiation, 2006
36. CSEA Constitution & By-Laws, January 2007
37. CSEA Statewide Constitution & By-Laws: Items Defeated, January 2007
38. CSEA Statewide Constitution & By-Laws: Items Passed, January 2007
39. Tentative Agreement Highlights for CSEA & NY, 2007-2011
40. CSEA Constitutions: Local, Region, & Unit, July 2008
41. Legislative Summary, 2008
42. CSEA Legal Activists' Manual, August 27, 2009
43. Legilative Summary, 2009
44. Mental Health Materials, Undated- 1 of 2
45. Mental Health Materials, Undated- 2 of 2
46. Constitutional Srtucture of CSEA, Undated
47. Political Action Materials, Undated


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Series 4: Subject Files, 1967-2007

Box 1
Folder

1. Dr. Theodore Wenzl, 1967-1977
2. William L. McGowan, 1977-1988
3. AFSCME Affliation Materials, 1978-1985
4. Presidental Campaign Materials, 1980
5. Mario Cuomo, 1981-1984-1 of 2
6. Mario Cuomo, 1981-1984-2 of 2
7. NYS Council on Children & Families, 1981-1982
8. Solidarity Day Materials, 1981
9. Walter Mondale Presidental Election Materials, 1984
10. Correspondence, 1986-1995
11. Joseph McDermott, 1988-1994
12. Danny Donohue, 1994-2007
13. Correspondence, 1996-1997
14. Presidental Election Materials, 2004

Box 2
Folder

1. Oversized Posters, Undated


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Series 5: CSEA Publications, 1932-2009

The collection includes paper, microfilm,and PDF file versions of newspapers. Note that there are a few years for which copies of the publications are potentially available in all formats. The PDF files are available online and were created from the microfilm copies of CSEA's publications. At present, issues from 1932-1949, 1946-1947 and 1950-1953 are available online.

The State Employee, PDFs,1932-1949

1932The State Employee
1933The State Employee
1934The State Employee
1935The State Employee
1936The State Employee
1937The State Employee
1938The State Employee
1939The State Employee
1940The State Employee
1941-The State Employee
1942-The State Employee
1943The State Employee
1944The State Employee
1945The State Employee
1946The State Employee
1947The State Employee
1948The State Employee
1949The State Employee

The Civil Service Leader, Originals, 1944-1973

The Civil Service Leader, Microfilm, 1944-1947, 1950-1967, 1970-1977

Reel 1: 1944-1945
Reel 2: 1946-1947
Reel 3: 1950-1951
Reel 4: 1952-1953
Reel 5: 1954-1955
Reel 6: 1956-1957
Reel 7: 1958-1959
Reel 8: 1960-1961
Reel 9: 1962-1963
Reel 10: 1964-1965
Reel 11: 1966-19476
Reel 12: 1970-1971
Reel 13: 1972-1973
Reel 14: 1974-1975
Reel 15: 1976-1977

The issues available online can be viewed using Adobe Reader.

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1939
Septermber 19, 1939
September 26, 1939
October 10, 1939
October 17, 1939
October 24, 1939
October 31, 1939
November 7, 1939
November 14, 1939
November 21, 1939
November 28, 1939
December 5, 1939
December 12, 1939
December 19, 1939
December 26, 1939

1940
January 2, 1940
January 9, 1940
January 16, 1940
January 23, 1940
January 30, 1940
February 6, 1940
Febraury 13, 1940
February 20, 1940
February 27, 1940
March 5, 1940
March 12, 1940
March 19, 1940
March 26, 1940
April 2, 1940
April 9, 1940
April 16, 1940
April 23, 1940
April 30, 1940
May 7, 1940
May 14, 1940
May 21, 1940
May 28, 1940
June 11, 1940
June 18, 1940
June 25, 1940
July 2, 1940
July 9, 1940
July 16, 1940
July 23, 1940
July 30, 1940
August 6, 1940
August 13, 1940
August 20, 1940
August 27, 1940
September 3, 1940
September 10, 1940
September 17, 1940
September 24, 1940
October 1, 1940
October 8, 1940
October 15, 1940
October 22, 1940
October 29, 1940
November 5, 1940
November 12, 1940
November 19, 1940
November 26, 1940
December 3, 1940
December 10, 1940
December 17, 1940
December 24, 1940
December 31, 1940

1941
January 7, 1941
January 14, 1941
January 21, 1941
January 28, 1941
February 4, 1941
February 11, 1941
February 18, 1941
February 25, 1941
March 4, 1941
March 11, 1941
March 18, 1941
March 25, 1941
April 1, 1941
April 8, 1941
April 15, 1941
April 22, 1941
April 29, 1941
May 6, 1941
May 13, 1941
May 20, 1941
May 27, 1941
June 3, 1941
June 10, 1941
June 17, 1941
June 24, 1941
July 1, 1941
July 8, 1941
July 15, 1941
July 22, 1941
July 29, 1941
August 5, 1941
August 12, 1941
August 19, 1941
August 26, 1941
September 2, 1941
September 9, 1941
September 16, 1941
September 23, 1941
September 30, 1941
October 7, 1941
October 14, 1941
October 21, 1941
October 28, 1941
November 4, 1941
November 11, 1941
November 18, 1941
November 25, 1941
December 2, 1941
December 9, 1941
December 16, 1941
December 23, 1941
December 30, 1941

1942
January 6, 1942
January 13, 1942
January 20, 1942
January 27, 1942
February 3, 1942
February 10, 1942
February 17, 1942
February 24, 1942
March 3, 1942
March 10, 1942
March 17, 1942
March 24, 1942
March 31, 1942
April 7, 1942
April 14, 1942
April 21, 1942
April 28, 1942
May 5, 1942
May 19, 1942
May 26, 1942
June 2, 1942
June 9, 1942
June 16, 1942
June 23, 1942
June 30, 1942
July 7, 1942
July 14, 1942
July 21, 1942
July 28, 1942
August 4, 1942
August 11, 1942
August 18, 1942
August 25, 1942
September 1, 1942
September 8, 1942
September 15, 1942
September 22, 1942
September 29, 1942
October 6, 1942
October 13, 1942
October 20, 1942
October 27, 1942
November 3, 1942
November 10, 1942
November 17, 1942
November 24, 1942
December 1, 1942
December 8, 1942
December 15, 1942
December 22, 1942
December 29, 1942

1943
January 5, 1943
January 12, 1943
January 19, 1943
January 26, 1943
February 2, 1943
Febraury 9, 1943
February 16, 1943
February 23, 1943
March 2, 1943
March 9, 1943
March 1, 1943
March 23, 1943
March 30, 1943
April 6, 1943
April 13, 1943
April 20, 1943
April 27, 1943
May 4, 1943< /a>
May 11, 1943
May 18, 1943
May 25, 1943
June 1, 1943
June 8, 1943
June 15, 1943
June 22, 1943
June 29, 1943
July 6, 1943
July 13, 1943
July 20, 1943
July 27, 1943
August 3, 1943
August 10, 1943
August 17, 1943
August 24, 1943
August 31, 1943
September 7, 1943
September 14, 1943
September 21, 1943
September 28, 1943
October 5, 1943
October 12, 1943
October 19, 1943
October 26, 1943
November 2, 1943
November 9, 1943
November 16, 1943
November 23, 1943
November 30, 1943
December 7, 1943
December 14, 1943
December 21, 1943
December 28, 1943

1944
January 4, 1944
January 11, 1944
January 18, 1944
January 25, 1944
February 1, 1944
February 8, 1944
February 15, 1944
February 22, 1944
February 29, 1944
March 7, 1944
March 14, 1944
March 21, 1944
March 28, 1944
April 4, 1944
April 11, 1944
April 18, 1944
April 25, 1944
May 2, 1944
May 9, 1944
May 16, 1944
May 23, 1944
May 30, 1944
June 6, 1944
June 13, 1944
June 20, 1944
June 27, 1944
July 4, 1944
July 11, 1944
July 18, 1944
July 25, 1944
August 1, 1944
August 8, 1944
August 15, 1944
August 22, 1944
August 29, 1944
September 5, 1944
September 12, 1944
September 19, 1944
September 26, 1944
October 3, 1944
October 10, 1944
October 17, 1944
October 24, 1944
October 31, 1944
November 7, 1944
November 14, 1944
November 21, 1944
November 28, 1944
December 5, 1944
December 12, 1944
December 19, 1944
December 26, 1944

1945
January 2, 1945
January 9, 1945
January 16, 1945
January 23, 1945
January 30, 1945
February 6, 1945
February 13, 1945
February 20, 1945
February 27, 1945
March 6, 1945
March 13, 1945
March 20, 1945
March 27, 1945
April 3, 1945
April 10, 1945
April 17, 1945
April 24, 1945
May 1, 1945
May 8, 1945
May 15, 1945
May 22, 1945
May 29, 1945
June 5, 1945
June 12, 1945
June 19, 1945
June 26, 1945
July 3, 1945
July 10, 1945
July 17, 1945
July 24, 1945
July 31, 1945
August 7, 1945
August 14, 1945
August 21, 1945
August 28, 1945
September 4, 1945
September 11, 1945
September 18, 1945
September 25, 1945
October 2, 1945
October 9, 1945
October 16, 1945
October 23, 1945
October 30, 1945
November 6, 1945
November 13, 1945
November 20, 1945
November 27, 1945
December 4, 1945
December 11, 1945
December 18, 1945
December 25, 1945

1946
January 1, 1946
January 8, 1946
January 15, 1946
January 22, 1946
January 29, 1946
February 5, 1946
February 12, 1946
February 19, 1946
February 26, 1946
March 5, 1946
March 12, 1946
March 19, 1946
March 26, 1946
April 2, 1946
April 9, 1946
April 16, 1946
April 23, 1946
April 30, 1946
May 7, 1946
May 14, 1946
May 21, 1946
May 28, 1946
June 4, 1946
June 11, 1946
June 18, 1946
June 25, 1946
July 2, 1946
July 9, 1946
July 16, 1946
July 23, 1946
July 30, 1946
August 6, 1946
August 13, 1946
August 20, 1946
August 27, 1946
September 3, 1946
September 10, 1946
September 17, 1946
September 24, 1946
October 1, 1946
Ocotber 8, 1946
October 15, 1946
Ocotber 22, 1946
October 29, 1946
November 5, 1946
November 12, 1946
November 19, 1946
November 26, 1946
December 3, 1946
December 10, 1946
December 17, 1946
December 24, 1946
December 31, 1946

1947
January 7, 1947
January 14, 1947
January 21, 1947
January 28, 1947
February 4, 1947
February 11, 1947
February 18, 1947
February 25, 1947
March 4, 1947
March 11, 1947
September 16, 1947
September 23, 1947
September 30, 1947
October 7, 1947
October 14, 1947
October 21, 1947
October 28, 1947
November 4, 1947
November 11, 1947
November 18, 1947
November 25, 1947
December 2, 1947
December 9, 1947
December 16, 1947
December 23, 1947
December 30, 1947

1948
January 6, 1948
January 13, 1948
January 20, 1948
January 27, 1948
February 3, 1948
February 10, 1948
February 17, 1948
February 24, 1948
March 2, 1948
March 9, 1948
March 16, 1948
March 23, 1948
March 30, 1948
April 6, 1948
April 13, 1948
April 20, 1948
April 27, 1948
May 4, 1948
May 11, 1948
May 18, 1948
May 25, 1948
June 1, 1948
June 8, 1948
June 15, 1948
June 22, 1948
June 29, 1948
July 6, 1948
July 13, 1948
July 20, 1948
July 27, 1948
August 3, 1948
August 10, 1948
August 17, 1948
August 24, 1948
August 31, 1948
September 7, 1948
September 14, 1948
September 21, 1948
September 28, 1948
October 5, 1948
October 12, 1948
October 19, 1948
October 26, 1948
November 2, 1948
November 9, 1948
November 16, 1948
November 23, 1948
November 30, 1948
December 7, 1948
December 14, 1948
December 21, 1948
December 28, 1948

1949
January 4, 1949
January 11, 1949
January 18, 1949
January 25, 1949
February 1, 1949
February 8, 1949
February 15, 1949
February 22, 1949
March 1, 1949
March 8, 1949
March 15, 1949
March 29, 1949
April 5, 1949
April 12, 1949
April 19, 1949
April 26, 1949
May 3, 1949
May 10, 1949
May 17, 1949
May 24, 1949
May 31, 1949
June 7, 1949
June 14, 1949
June 21, 1949
June 28, 1949
July 5, 1949
July 12, 1949
July 19, 1949
July 26, 1949
August 2, 1949
August 9, 1949
August 16, 1949
August 23, 1949
August 30, 1949
September 6, 1949

1950
March 14, 1950
March 21, 1950
March 28, 1950
April 4, 1950
April 11, 1950
April 18, 1950
April 25, 1950
May 2, 1950
May 9, 1950
May 16, 1950
May 23, 1950
May 30, 1950
June 6, 1950
June 13, 1950
June 27, 1950
July 4, 1950
July 11, 1950
July 18, 1950
July 25, 1950
August 1, 1950
August 8, 1950
August 15, 1950
August 22, 1950
August 29, 1950
September 5, 1950

1951
January 2, 1951
January 9, 1951
January 16, 1951
January 23, 1951
January 30, 1951
February 6, 1951
February 13, 1951
February 20, 1951
February 27, 1951
March 6, 1951
March 13, 1951
March 20, 1951
March 27, 1951
April 3, 1951
April 10, 1951
April 17, 1951
April 24, 1951
May 1, 1951
May 8, 1951
May 15, 1951
May 22, 1951
May 29, 1951
June 5, 1951
June 12, 1951
June 19, 1951
June 26, 1951
July 3, 1951
July 10, 1951
July 17, 1951
July 24, 1951
July 31, 1951
August 7, 1951
August 14, 1951
August 21, 1951
August 28, 1951
September 4, 1951
September 11, 1951
September 18, 1951
September 25, 1951
October 2, 1951
October 9, 1951
October 16, 1951
October 23, 1951
October 30, 1951
November 6, 1951
November 13, 1951
November 20, 1951
November 27, 1951
December 4, 1951
December 11, 1951
December 18, 1951
December 25, 1951

1952
January 1, 1952
January 8, 1952
January 15, 1952
January 22, 1952
January 29, 1952
February 5, 1952
February 12, 1952
February 19, 1952
February 26, 1952
March 4, 1952
March 11, 1952
March 18, 1952
March 25, 1952
April 1, 1952
April 8, 1952
April 15, 1952
April 22, 1952
April 29, 1952
May 6, 1952
May 13, 1952
May 20, 1952
May 27, 1952
June 3, 1952
June 10, 1952
June 17, 1952
June 24, 1952
July 1, 1952
July 8, 1952
July 15, 1952
July 22, 1952
July 29, 1952
August 5, 1952
August 12, 1952
August 19, 1952
August 26, 1952
September 2, 1952
September 9, 1952
September 16, 1952
September 23, 1952
September 30, 1952
October 7, 1952
October 14, 1952
October 21, 1952
October 28, 1952
November 4, 1952
November 11, 1952
November 18, 1952
November 25, 1952
December 2, 1952
December 9, 1952
December 16, 1952
December 23, 1952
December 30, 1952

1953
January 6, 1953
January 13, 1953
January 20, 1953
January 27, 1953
February 3, 1953
February 10, 1953
February 17, 1953
February 24, 1953
March 3, 1953
March 10, 1953
March 17, 1953
March 24, 1953
March 31, 1953
April 7, 1953
April 14, 1953
April 21, 1953
April 28, 1953
May 5, 1953
May 12, 1953
May 19, 1953
May 26, 1953
June 2, 1953
June 9, 1953
June 16, 1953
June 23, 1953
June 30, 1953
July 7, 1953
July 14, 1953
July 21, 1953
July 28, 1953
August 4, 1953
August 11, 1953
August 18, 1953
August 25, 1953
September 1, 1953
September 8, 1953
September 15, 1953
September 22, 1953
September 29, 1953
October 6, 1953
October 13, 1953
October 20, 1953
October 27, 1953
November 3, 1953
November 10, 1953
November 17, 1953
November 24, 1953
December 1, 1953
December 8, 1953
December 15, 1953
December 22, 1953
December 29, 1953

1954
January 5, 1954
January 12, 1954
January 19, 1954
January 26, 1954
February 2, 1954
Febraury 9, 1954
February 16, 1954
February 23, 1954
March 2, 1954
March 9, 1954
March 16, 1954
March 23, 1954
March 30, 1954
April 6, 1954
April 13, 1954
April 20, 1954
April 27, 1954
May 4, 1954
May 11, 1954
May 18, 1954
May 25, 1954
June 1, 1954
June 8, 1954
June 15, 1954
June 22, 1954
June 29, 1954
July 6, 1954
July 13, 1954
July 20, 1954
July 27, 1954
August 3, 1954
August 10, 1954
August 17, 1954
August 24, 1954
August 31, 1954
September 7, 1954
September 14, 1954
September 21, 1954
September 28, 1954
October 5, 1954
October 12, 1954
October 19, 1954
October 26, 1954
November 2, 1954
November 9, 1954
November 16, 1954
November 23, 1954
November 30, 1954
December 7, 1954
December 14, 1954
December 21, 1954
December 28, 1954

1955
January 4, 1955
January 11, 1955
January 18, 1955
January 25, 1955
February 1, 1955
February 8, 1955
February 15, 1955
Febraury 22, 1955
March 1, 1955
March 8, 1955
March 15, 1955
March 22, 1955
March 29, 1955
April 5, 1955
April 12, 1955
April 19, 1955
April 26, 1955
May 3, 1955
May 10, 1955
May 17, 1955
May 24, 1955
May 31, 1955
June 7, 1955
June 14, 1955
June 21, 1955
June 28, 1955
July 5, 1955
July 12, 1955
July 19, 1955
July 26, 1955
August 2, 1955
August 9, 1955
August 16, 1955
August 23, 1955
August 30, 1955
September 6, 1955
September 13, 1955
September 20, 1955
September 27, 1955
October 4, 1955
October 11, 1955
October 18, 1955
October 25, 1955
November 1, 1955
November 8, 1955
November 15, 1955
November 22, 1955
November 29, 1955
December 6, 1955
December 13, 1955
December 20, 1955
December 27, 1955

1956
January 3, 1956
January 10, 1956
January 17, 1956
January 24, 1956
January 31, 1956
February 7, 1956
February 14, 1956
February 21, 1956
February 28, 1956
March 6, 1956
March 13, 1956
March 20, 1956
March 27, 1956
April 3, 1956
April 10, 1956
April 17, 1956
April 24, 1956
May 1, 1956
May 8, 1956
May 15, 1956
May 22, 1956
May 29, 1956
June 6, 1956
June 12, 1956
June 19, 1956
June 26, 1956
July 3, 1956
July 10, 1956
July 17, 1956
July 24, 1956
July 31, 1956
August 7, 1956
August 14, 1956
August 21, 1956
August 28, 1956
September 4, 1956
September 11, 1956
September 18, 1956
September 25, 1956
October 2, 1956
October 9, 1956
October 16, 1956
October 23, 1956
October 30, 1956
November 6, 1956
November 13, 1956
November 20, 1956
November 27, 1956
December 4, 1956
December 11, 1956
December 18, 1956
December 25, 1956

1957
January 1, 1957
January 8, 1957
January 15, 1957
January 22, 1957
January 29, 1957
February 5, 1957
February 12, 1957
February 19, 1957
February 26, 1957
March 5, 1957
March 12, 1957
March 19, 1957
March 26, 1957
April 2, 1957
April 9, 1957
April 16, 1957
April 23, 1957
April 30, 1957
May 7, 1957
May 14, 1957
May 21, 1957
May 28, 1957
June 4, 1957
June 11, 1957
June 18. 1957
July 2, 1957
July 9, 1957
July 16, 1957
July 23, 1957
July 30, 1957
August 6, 1957
August 13, 1957
August 20, 1957
August 27, 1957
September 3, 1957
September 10, 1957
September 17, 1957
September 24, 1957
October 1, 1957
October 8, 1957
October 15, 1957
October 22, 1957
October 29, 1957
November 5, 1957
November 12, 1957
November 19, 1957
November 26, 1957
December 3, 1957
December 10, 1957
December 17, 1957
December 24, 1957
December 31, 1957

1958
January 7, 1958
January 14, 1958
January 21, 1958
January 28, 1958
February 4, 1958
February 11, 1958
February 18, 1958
February 25, 1958
March 4, 1958
March 11, 1958
March 18, 1958
March 25, 1958
April 1, 1958
April 8, 1958
April 15, 1958
April 22, 1958
April 29, 1958
May 6, 1958
May 13, 1958
May 20, 1958
May 27, 1958
June 3, 1958
June 10, 1958
June 17, 1958
June 24, 1958
July 1, 1958
July 8, 1958
July 15, 1958
July 22, 1958
July 29, 1958
August 5, 1958
August 12, 1958
August 19, 1958
August 26, 1958
September 2, 1958
September 9, 1958
September 16, 1958
September 23, 1958
September 30, 1958
October 7, 1958
October 14, 1958
October 21, 1958
October 28, 1958
November 4, 1958
November 11, 1958
November 18, 1958
November 25, 1958
December 2, 1958
December 9, 1958
December 16, 1958
December 23, 1958
December 30, 1958

1959
January 6, 1959
January 13, 1959
January 20, 1959
Janaury 27, 1959
February 3, 1959
February 10, 1959
February 17, 1959
February 24, 1959
March 3, 1959
March 10, 1959
March 17, 1959
March 24, 1959
March 31, 1959
April 7, 1959
April 14, 1959
April 21, 1959
April 28, 1959
May 5, 1959
May 12, 1959
May 19, 1959
May 26, 1959
June 2, 1959
June 9, 1959
June 16, 1959
June 23, 1959
June 30, 1959
July 7, 1959
July 14, 1959
July 21, 1959
July 28, 1959
August 4, 1959
August 11, 1959
August 18, 1959
August 25, 1959
September 1, 1959
September 8, 1959
September 15, 1959
September 22, 1959
September 29, 1959
October 6, 1959
October 13, 1959
October 20, 1959
October 27, 1959
November 3, 1959
November 10, 1959
November 17, 1959
November 24, 1959
December 1, 1959
December 8, 1959
December 15, 1959
December 22, 1959
December 29, 1959

1960
January 5, 1960
January 12, 1960
January 19, 1960
January 26, 1960
February 2, 1960
February 9, 1960
February 16, 1960
February 23, 1960
March 1, 1960
March 8, 1960
March 15, 1960
March 22, 1960
March 29, 1960
April 5, 1960
April 12, 1960
April 19, 1960
April 26, 1960
May 3, 1960
May 10, 1960
May 17, 1960
May 24, 1960
May 31, 1960
June 7, 1960
June 14, 1960
June 21, 1960
June 28, 1960
July 5, 1960
July 12, 1960
July 19, 1960
July 26, 1960
August 2, 1960
August 9, 1960
August 16, 1960
August 23, 1960
August 30, 1960
September 6, 1960
September 13, 1960
September 20, 1960
September 27, 1960
October 4, 1960
October 11, 1960
October 18, 1960
October 25, 1960
November 1, 1960
November 8, 1960
November 15, 1960
November 22, 1960
November 29, 1960
December 6, 1960
December 13, 1960
December 20, 1960
December 27, 1960

1961
January 3, 1961
Janaury 10, 1961
January 17, 1961
January 24, 1961
Janaury 31, 1961
February 7, 1961
February 14, 1961
February 21, 1961
February 28, 1961
March 7, 1961
March 14, 1961
March 21, 1961
March 28, 1961
April 4, 1961
April 11, 1961
April 18, 1961
April 25, 1961
May 2, 1961
May 9, 1961
May 16, 1961
May 23, 1961
May 30, 1961
June 6, 1961
June 13, 1961
June 20, 1961
June 27, 1961
July 4, 1961
July 11, 1961
July 18, 1961
July 25, 1961
August 1, 1961
August 8, 1961
August 15, 1961
August 22, 1961
August 29, 1961
September 5, 1961
September 12, 1961
September 19, 1961
September 26, 1961
October 3, 1961
October 10, 1961
October 17, 1961
October 24, 1961
October 31, 1961
November 7, 1961
November 14, 1961
November 21, 1961
November 28, 1961
December 5, 1961
December 12, 1961
December 19, 1961
December 26, 1961

1962
January 2, 1962
January 9, 1962
January 16, 1962
January 23, 1962
January 30, 1962
February 6, 1962
February 13, 1962
February 20, 1962
February 27, 1962
March 6, 1962
March 20, 1962
March 27, 1962
April 3, 1962
April 10, 1962
April 17, 1962
April 24, 1962
May 1, 1962
May 8, 1962
May 15, 1962
May 22, 1962
May 29, 1962
June 5, 1962
June 12, 1962
June 19, 1962
June 26, 1962
July 3, 1962
July 10, 1962
July 17, 1962
July 24, 1962
July 31, 1962
August 7, 1962
August 14, 1962
August 21, 1962
August 28, 1962
September 4, 1962
September 11, 1962
September 18, 1962
September 25, 1962
October 2, 1962
October 9, 1962
October 16, 1962
October 23, 1962
October 30, 1962
November 6, 1962
November 6, 1962
November 13, 1962
November 20, 1962
November 27, 1962
December 4, 1962
December 11, 1962
December 18, 1962
December 25, 1962

1963
January 1, 1963
January 8, 1963
January 15, 1963
January 22, 1963
January 29, 1963
February 5, 1963
February 12, 1963
February 19, 1963
February 26, 1963
March 5, 1963
March 12, 1963
March 19, 1963
March 26, 1963
April 2, 1963
April 9, 1963
April 16, 1963
April 23, 1963
April 30, 1963
May 7, 1963
May 14, 1963
May 21, 1963
May 28, 1963
June 4, 1963
June 11, 1963
June 18, 1963
June 25, 1963
July 2, 1963
July 9, 1963
July 16, 1963
July 23, 1963
July 30, 1963
August 6, 1963
August 13, 1963
August 20, 1963
August 27, 1963
September 3, 1963
September 10, 1963
September 17, 1963
September 24, 1963
October 1, 1963
Octboer 8, 1963
October 15, 1963
October 22, 1963
October 29, 1963
November 5, 1963
November 12, 1963
November 19, 1963
November 26, 1963
December 3, 1963
December 10, 1963
December 17, 1963
December 24, 1963
December 31, 1963

1964
January 7, 1964
January 14, 1964
January 21, 1964
January 28, 1964
February 4, 1964
February 11, 1964
February 18, 1964
February 25, 1964
March 3, 1964
March 10, 1964
March 17, 1964
March 24, 1964
March 31, 1964
April 7, 1964
April 14, 1964
April 21, 1964
April 28, 1964
May 5, 1964
May 12, 1964
May 19, 1964
May 26, 1964
June 2, 1964
June 9, 1964
June 16, 1964
June 23, 1964
June 30, 1964
July 7, 1964
July 14, 1964
July 21, 1964
July 28, 1964
August 4, 1964
August 11, 1964
August 18, 1964
August 25, 1964
September 1, 1964
September 8, 1964
September 15, 1964
September 22, 1964
September 29, 1964
October 6, 1964
October 13, 1964
October 20, 1964
October 27, 1964
November 3, 1964
November 10, 1964
November 17, 1964
November 24, 1964
December 1, 1964
December 8, 1964
December 15, 1964
December 22, 1964
December 29, 1964

1965
January 5, 1965
January 12, 1965
January 19, 1965
January 26, 1965
February 2, 1965
February 9, 1965
February 16, 1965
February 23, 1965
March 2, 1965
March 9, 1965
March 16, 1965
March 23, 1965
March 30, 1965
April 6, 1965
April 13, 1965
April 20, 1965
April 27, 1965
May 4, 1965
May 11, 1965
May 18, 1965
May 25, 1965
June 1, 1965
June 8, 1965
June 15, 1965
June 22, 1965
June 29, 1965
July 6, 1965
July 13, 1965
July 20, 1965
July 27, 1965
August 3, 1965
August 10, 1965
August 17, 1965
August 24, 1965
August 31, 1965
September 14, 1965
September 21, 1965
September 28, 1965
October 5, 1965
October 12, 1965
October 19, 1965
October 26, 1965
November 2, 1965
November 9, 1965
November 16, 1965
November 23, 1965
November 30, 1965
December 7, 1965
December 14, 1965
December 21, 1965
December 28, 1965

1966
January 4, 1966
January 11, 1966
January 18, 1966
January 25, 1966
February 1, 1966
February 8, 1966
February 15, 1966
February 22, 1966
March 1, 1966
March 8, 1966
March 15, 1966
March 22, 1966
March 29, 1966
April 5, 1966
April 12, 1966
April 19, 1966
April 26, 1966
May 3, 1966
May 10, 1966
May 17, 1966
May 24, 1966
May 31, 1966
June 7, 1966
June 14, 1966
June 21, 1966
June 28, 1966
July 5, 1966
July 12, 1966
July 19, 1966
July 26, 1966
August 2, 1966
August 9, 1966
August 16, 1966
August 23, 1966
August 30, 1966
September 6, 1966
September 13, 1966
September 20, 1966
September 27, 1966
October 4, 1966
October 11, 1966
October 18, 1966
October 25, 1966
November 1, 1966
November 8, 1966
November 15, 1966
November 22, 1966
November 29, 1966
December 6, 1966
December 13, 1966
December 20, 1966
December 27, 1966

1967
January 3, 1967
January 10, 1967
January 17, 1967
January 24, 1967
January 31, 1967
February 7, 1967
February 14, 1967
February 21, 1967
February 28, 1967
March 7, 1967
March 14, 1967
March 21, 1967
March 28, 1967
April 4, 1967
April 11, 1967
April 18, 1967
April 25, 1967
May 2, 1967
May 9, 1967
May 16, 1967
May 23, 1967
May 30, 1967
June 6, 1967
June 13, 1967
June 20, 1967
June 27, 1967
July 4, 1967
July 11, 1967
July 18, 1967
July 25, 1967
August 1, 1967
August 8, 1967
August 15, 1967
August 22, 1967
August 29, 1967
September 5, 1967
September 12, 1967
September 19, 1967
September 26, 1967
October 2, 1967
October 10, 1967
October 17, 1967
October 24, 1967
October 31, 1967
November 7, 1967
November 16, 1967
November 21, 1967
November 28, 1967
December 5, 1967
December 12, 1967
December 19, 1967
December 26, 1967

1968
January 2, 1968
January 9, 1968
January 16, 1968
January 23, 1968
January 30, 1968
February 6, 1968
February 13, 1968
February 20, 1968
February 27, 1968
March 5, 1968
March 12, 1968
March 19, 1968
March 26, 1968
April 2, 1968
April 9, 1968
April 16, 1968
April 23, 1968
April 30, 1968
May 7, 1968
May 14, 1968
May 21, 1968
May 28, 1968
June 4, 1968
June 11, 1968
June 18, 1968
June 25, 1968
July 2, 1968
July 9, 1968
July 16, 1968
July 23, 1968
July 30, 1968
August 6, 1968
August 13, 1968
August 20, 1968
August 27, 1968
September 10, 1968
October 15, 1968
October 28, 1968
November 5, 1968
November 12, 1968
November 19, 1968
November 26, 1968
December 3, 1968
December 10, 1968
December 17, 1968
December 24, 1968
December 31, 1968

1969
January 7, 1969
January 14, 1969
January 21, 1969
January 28, 1969
February 4, 1969
February 11, 1969
February 18, 1969
February 25, 1969
March 4, 1969
March 11, 1969
March 18, 1969
March 25, 1969
April 1, 1969
April 8, 1969
April 15, 1969
April 22, 1969
April 29, 1969
May 6, 1969
May 13, 1969
May 20, 1969
May 27, 1969
June 3, 1969
June 10, 1969
June 17, 1969
June 24, 1969
July 1, 1969
July 8, 1969
July 15, 1969
July 22, 1969
July 29, 1969
August 5, 1969
August 12, 1969
August 19, 1969
August 26, 1969

1970
Janaury 6, 1970
January 13, 1970
January 20, 1970
January 27, 1970
February 3, 1970
February 10, 1970
February 17, 1970
February 24, 1970
March 3, 1970
March 10, 1970
March 17, 1970
March 24, 1970
March 31, 1970
April 7, 1970
April 14, 1970
April 21, 1970
April 28, 1970
May 5, 1970
May 12, 1970
May 19, 1970
May 26, 1970
June 2, 1970
June 9, 1970
June 16, 1970
June 23, 1970
June 30, 1970
July 7, 1970
July 14, 1970
July 21, 1970
July 28, 1970
August 4, 1970
August 11, 1970
August 18, 1970
August 25, 1970
September 1, 1970
September 8, 1970
September 15, 1970
September 22, 1970
September 29, 1970
October 3, 1970
Octboer 6, 1970
October 13, 1970
October 20, 1970
October 27, 1970
November 10, 1970
November 17, 1970
November 24, 1970
December 1, 1970
December 8, 1970
December 15, 1970
December 22, 1970
December 27, 1970

1971
January 5, 1971
January 12, 1971
Janaury 19, 1971
January 26, 1971
February 2, 1971
February 9, 1971
February 16, 1971
February 23, 1971
March 2, 1971
March 9, 1971
March 16, 1971
March 23, 1971
March 30, 1971
April 6, 1971
April 13, 1971
April 20, 1971
April 27, 1971
May 4, 1971
May 11, 1971
May 18, 1971
May 25, 1971
June 1, 1971
June 8, 1971
June 15, 1971
June 22, 1971
June 29, 1971
July 6, 1971
July 13, 1971
July 20, 1971
July 27, 1971
August 3, 1971
August 10, 1971
August 17, 1971
August 24, 1971
August 31, 1971
September 7, 1971
September 14, 1971
September 21, 1971
September 28, 1971
October 5, 1971
October 12, 1971
October 19, 1971
October 26, 1971
November 2, 1971
November 9, 1971
November 16, 1971
November 23, 1971
November 30, 1971
December 7, 1971
December 14, 1971
December 21, 1971
December 28, 1971

1972
January 1, 1972
January 11, 1972
January 18, 1972
January 25, 1972
February 8, 1972
February 15, 1972
February 22, 1972
February 29, 1972
March 7, 1972
March 14, 1972
March 21, 1972
March 28, 1972
April 4, 1972
April 11, 1972
April 18, 1972
April 25, 1972
May 2, 1972
May 9, 1972
May 16, 1972
May 23, 1972
May 30, 1972
June 6, 1972
June 13, 1972
June 20, 1972
June 27, 1972
July 4, 1972
July 11, 1972
July 18, 1972
July 25, 1972
August 1, 1972
August 8, 1972
August 15, 1972
August 22, 1972
August 29, 1972
September 5, 1972
September 12, 1972
September 19, 1972
September 26, 1972
October 3, 1972
October 10, 1972
October 17, 1972
October 24, 1972
October 31, 1972
November 7, 1972
November 14, 1972
November 21, 1972
November 28, 1972
December 5, 1972
December 12, 1972
December 19, 1972
December 26, 1972

1973
January 2, 1973
January 9, 1973
January 16, 1973
January 23, 1973
January 30, 1974
February 6, 1973
February 13, 1973
February 20, 1973
February 27, 1973
March 6, 1973
March 13, 1973
March 20, 1973
March 27, 1973
April 3, 1973
April 10, 1973
April 17, 1973
April 24, 1973
May 1, 1973
May 8, 1973
May 15, 1973
May 22, 1973
May 29, 1973
June 5, 1973
June 12, 1973
June 19, 1973
June 26, 1973
July 3, 1973
July 10, 1973
July 17, 1973
July 24, 1973
July 31, 1973
July 14, 1973
July 21, 1973
July 28, 1973
September 4, 1973
September 11, 1973
September 18, 1973
September 25, 1973
October 9, 1973
October 16, 1973
October 23, 1973
October 30, 1973
November 6, 1973
November 13, 1973
November 20, 1973
November 27, 1973
December 4, 1973
December 11, 1973
December 18, 1973
December 25, 1973

1974
January 1, 1974
January 8, 1974
January 15, 1974
January 22, 1974
January 29, 1974
February 5, 1974
February 12, 1974
February 19, 1974
February 26, 1974
March 5, 1974
March 12, 1974
March 19, 1974
March 26, 1974
April 2, 1974
April 9, 1974
April 16, 1974
April 23, 1974
April 30, 1974
May 7, 1974
May 16, 1974
May 21, 1974
May 28, 1974
June 4, 1974
June 11, 1974
June 18, 1974
June 25, 1974
July 2, 1974
July 9, 1974
July 16, 1974
July 23, 1974
July 30, 1974
August 6, 1974
August 13, 1974
August 20, 1974
August 27, 1974
September 3, 1974
September 10, 1974
September 17, 1974
September 24, 1974
October 1, 1974
October 8, 1974
October 15, 1974
October 22, 1974
October 29, 1974
November 5, 1974
November 12, 1974
November 19, 1974
November 26, 1974
December 3, 1974
December 10, 1974
December 17, 1974
December 24, 1974
December 31, 1974

1975
January 7, 1975
January 14, 1975
January 21, 1975
January 28, 1975
February 4, 1975
February 11, 1975
February 18, 1975
February 25, 1975
March 4, 1975
March 11, 1975
March 18, 1975
March 25, 1975
April 1, 1975
April 8, 1975
April 15, 1975
April 22, 1975
April 29, 1975
May 6, 1975
May 13, 1975
May 20, 1975
May 27, 1975
June 3, 1975
June 10, 1975
June 17, 1975
June 24, 1975
July 1, 1975
July 8, 1975
July 15, 1975
July 22, 1975
July 29, 1975
August 5, 1975
August 12, 1975
August 19, 1975
August 26, 1975
September 9, 1975
September 16, 1975
September 23, 1975
September 30, 1975
October 7, 1975
October 14, 1975
October 21, 1975
October 28, 1975
November 4, 1975
November 11, 1975
November 14, 1975
November 18, 1975
November 25, 1975
December 3, 1975
December 9, 1975
December 16, 1975
December 23, 1975
December 30, 1975

1976
January 6, 1976
January 13, 1976
January 20, 1976
January 27, 1976
February 3, 1976
February 9, 1976
February 16, 1976
February 23, 1976
February 30, 1976
March 2, 1976
March 9, 1976
March 16, 1976
March 23, 1976
March 30, 1976
April 9, 1976
April 16, 1976
April 23, 1976
April 30, 1976
May 4, 1976
May 14, 1976
May 21, 1976
May 28, 1976
June 4, 1976
June 11, 1976
June 18, 1976
June 25, 1976
July 2, 1976
July 9, 1976
July 16, 1976
July 23, 1976
July 30, 1976
August 6, 1976
August 13, 1976
August 20, 1976
August 27, 1976
September 3, 1976
September 10, 1976
September 17, 1976
September 24, 1976
October 1, 1976
October 8, 1976
October 15, 1976
October 22, 1976
October 29, 1976
November 5, 1976
November 12, 1976
November 19, 1976
November 26, 1976
December 3, 1976
December 10, 1976
December 17, 1976
December 24, 1976
December 31, 1976

1977
January 7, 1977
January 14, 1977
January 21, 1977
January 28, 1977
February 4, 1977
February 11, 1977
February 18, 1977
February 25, 1977
March 4, 1977
March 11, 1977
March 18, 1977
March 25, 1977
April 1, 1977
April 8, 1977
April 15, 1977
April 22, 1977
April 29, 1977
May 6, 1977
May 13, 1977
May 20, 1977
May 27, 1977
June 3, 1977
June 10, 1977
June 17, 1977
June 24, 1977
July 1, 1977
July 8, 1977
July 15, 1977
July 22, 1977
July 29, 1977
August 5, 1977
August 12, 1977
August 19, 1977
August 26, 1977
September 2, 1977
September 9, 1977
September 16, 1977
September 23, 1977
September 30, 1977
October 7, 1977
October 14, 1977
October 21, 1977
October 28, 1977
November 4, 1977
November 11, 1977
November 18, 1977
November 25, 1977
December 2, 1977
December 9, 1977
December 16, 1977
December 23, 1977
December 30, 1977

1978
January 6, 1978
January 13, 1978
January 20, 1978
January 27, 1978
February 3, 1978
February 10, 1978
February 17, 1978
February 24, 1978
March 3, 1978
March 10, 1978
March 24, 1978
March 31, 1978

The Public Sector

1978


October 4, 1978
October 18, 1978
October 25, 1978
November 1, 1978
November 15, 1978
November 22, 1978
November 29, 1978
December 6, 1978
December 13, 1978
December 20, 1978
December 27, 1978

1979


January 10, 1979
January 24, 1979
February 14, 1979
February 21, 1979
February 28, 1979
March 7, 1979
March 21, 1979
April 4, 1979
April 18, 1979
April 25, 1979
May 2, 1979
May 9, 1979
May 16, 1979
May 23, 1979
June 6, 1979
June 20, 1979
June 27, 1979
July 11, 1979
July 25, 1979
August 1, 1979
August 8, 1979
August 15, 1979
August 29, 1979
September 12, 1979
September 19, 1979
September 26, 1979
October 3, 1979
October 17, 1979
October 24, 1979
October 31, 1979
November 7, 1979
November 21, 1979
November 28, 1979
December 5, 1979
December 12, 1979
December 19, 1979
December 26, 1979

1980


January 9, 1980
January 16, 1980
January 23, 1980
January 30, 1980
February 6, 1980
February 13, 1980
February 20, 1980
February 27, 1980
March 5, 1980
March 12, 1980
March 19, 1980
March 26, 1980
April 2, 1980
April 9, 1980
April 16, 1980
April 23, 1980
April 30, 1980
May 7, 1980
May 14, 1980
May 21, 1980
June 4, 1980
June 11, 1980
June 18, 1980
June 25, 1980
July 2, 1980
July 16, 1980
July 23, 1980
July 30, 1980
August 6, 1980
August 13, 1980
August 20, 1980
August 27, 1980
September 10, 1980
September 17, 1980
September 24, 1980
October 1, 1980
October 8, 1980
October 15, 1980
October 22, 1980
October 29, 1980
November 5, 1980
November 12, 1980
November 19, 1980
November 26, 1980
December 3, 1980
December 10, 1980
December 17, 1980
December 24, 1980
December 31, 1980

1981


January 14, 1981
January 16, 1981
Janaury 28, 1981
February 4, 1981
February 11, 1981
February 18, 1981
February 25, 1981
March 4, 1981
March 11, 1981
March 18, 1981
March 25, 1981
April 1, 1981
April 8, 1981
April 15, 1981
April 22, 1981
April 29, 1981
May 6, 1981
May 12, 1981
May 13, 1981
May 20, 1981
June 3, 1981
June 10, 1981
June 17, 1981
June 24, 1981
July 1, 1981
July 15, 1981
July 22, 1981
July 29, 1981
August 5, 1981
August 12, 1981
August 19, 1981
August 26, 1981
September 2, 1981
September 16, 1981
September 23, 1981
September 30, 1981
October 9, 1981
October 23, 1981
November 6, 1981
November 20, 1981
December 4, 1981
December 18, 1981

1982


January 4, 1982
January 19, 1982
Febrauary 12, 1982
February 26, 1982
March 12, 1982
March 26, 1982
April 9, 1982
April 23, 1982
May 7, 1982
May 21, 1982
June 4, 1982
June 18, 1982
July 2, 1982
July 16, 1982
July 30, 1982
August 13, 1982
August 27, 1982
September 10, 1982
September 24, 1982
October 8, 1982
October 22, 1982
November 5, 1982
November 19, 1982
December 3, 1982
December 17, 1982
December 31, 1982

1983


Janaury 14, 1983
January 28, 1983
February 11, 1983
February 25, 1982
March 11, 1983
March 25, 1983
April 8, 1983
April 22, 1983
May 6, 1983
May 20, 1983
June 3, 1983
June 17, 1983
July 1, 1983
July 15, 1983
July 29, 1983
August 12, 1983
August 26, 1983
September 9, 1983
September 23, 1983
October 7, 1983
October 21, 1983
November 4, 1983
November 18, 1983
December 16, 1983
December 30, 1983

1984


January 13, 1984
January 27, 1984
February 10, 1984
February 24, 1984
March 9, 1984
March 23, 1984
April 6, 1984
April 20, 1984
May 4, 1984
May 18, 1984
June 1, 1984
June 15, 1984
June 29, 1984
July 13, 1984
July 27, 1984
August 10, 1984
August 24, 1984
September 7, 1984
September 21, 1984
October 5, 1984
October 19, 1984
November 2, 1984
November 16, 1984
November 30, 1984
December 14, 1984
December 28, 1984

1985


January 11, 1985
January 25, 1985
February 8, 1985
Febraury 22, 1985
March 8, 1985
March 22, 1985
April 5, 1985
April 19, 1985
May 5, 1985
May 17, 1985
May 31, 1985
June 14, 1985
June 28, 1985
July 12, 1985
July 26, 1985
August 9, 1985
August 23, 1985
September 6, 1985
September 20, 1985
October 4, 1985
October 18, 1985
November 1, 1985
November 15, 1985
December 2, 1985
December 16, 1985
December 30, 1985

1986


Janaury 13, 1986
Janaury 27, 1986
February 10, 1986
Febraury 24, 1986
March 10, 1986
March 24, 1986
April 7, 1986
April 21, 1986
May 5, 1986
May 19, 1986
June 2, 1986
June 16, 1986
June 30, 1986
July 14, 1986
July 28, 1986
August 11, 1986
August 25, 1986
September 8, 1986
September 22, 1986
October 6, 1986
October 20, 1986
November 3, 1986
November 17, 1986
December 1, 1986
December 18, 1986
December 29, 1986

1987


January 12, 1987
January 26, 1987
February 8, 1987
February 23, 1987
March 9, 1987
March 23, 1987
April 6, 1987
April 20, 1987
May 4, 1987
May 18, 1987
June 1, 1987
June 15, 1987
June 29, 1987
July 13, 1987
July 27, 1987
August 10, 1987
August 24, 1987
September 7, 1987
September 21, 1987
October 5, 1987
October 19, 1987
November 2, 1987
November 16, 1987
November 30, 1987
December 14, 1987
December 28, 1987

1988


Janaury 11, 1988
Janaury 25, 1988
February 8, 1988
February 22, 1988
March 7, 1988
March 21, 1988
April 4, 1988
April 18, 1988
May 2, 1988
May 16, 1988
May 30, 1988
June 13, 1988
June 27, 1988
July 11, 1988
July 25, 1988
August 15, 1988
September 5, 1988
September 19, 1988
October 3, 1988
October 17, 1988
October 31, 1988
November 14, 1988
November 28, 1988
December 12, 1988
December 26, 1988

1989


Janaury 9, 1989
January 23, 1989
February 6, 1989
February 20, 1989
March 6, 1989
March 20, 1989
April 3, 1989
April 17, 1989
May 1, 1989
May 15, 1989
May 29, 1989
June 12, 1989
June 26, 1989
July 24, 1989
August 21, 1989
September 4, 1989
September 18, 1989
October 2, 1989
October 16, 1989
October 30, 1989
November 13, 1989
November 27, 1989
November 27, 1989- 2
December 11, 1989
December 25, 1989

1990


January 8, 1990
January 22, 1990
February 5, 1990
Februaury 19, 1990
March 5, 1990
March 19, 1990
April 2, 1990
April 16, 1990
April 30, 1990
May 14, 1990
May 28, 1990
June 11, 1990
June 25, 1990,/a>
July 23, 1990
August 20, 1990
September 3, 1990
September 17, 1990
October 1, 1990
October 15, 1990
October 29, 1990
November 12, 1990
November 26, 1990
December 10, 1990
December 24, 1990

1991


1991 Solidarity Issue
January 7, 1991
January 21, 1991
February 4, 1991
February 18, 1991
March 4, 1991
March 18, 1991
April 1, 1991
June 1991
July 1991
August 1991
September 1991
November 1991
December 1991

1992


January 1992
February 1992
March 1992
April 1992
May 1992
June 1992
July 1992
August 1992
September 1992
October 1992
November 1992
December 1992 p>1993


January 1993
February 1993
March 1993
April 1993
May 1993
June 1993
July 1993
August 1993
September 1993
October 1993
November 1993
December 1993 p>1994


January 1994
February 1994
March 1994
April 1994
May 1994
June 1994
July 1994
August 1994
September 1994
October 1994
November 1994
December 1994 p>1995


January 1995
February 1995
March 1995
April 1995
May 1995
June 1995
July 1995
August 1995
September 1995
October 1995
November 1995
December 1995 p>1996


January 1996
February 1996
March 1996
April 1996
May 1996
June 1996
July 1996
August 1996
September 1996
October 1996
November 1996
Decembr 1996 p>1997


January 1997
February 1997
March 1997
April 1997
May 1997
June 1997
July 1997
August 1997
September 1997
October 1997
November 1997
December 1997 p>1998


January 1998
February 1998
March 1998
April 1998
May 1998
June 1998
July 1998
August 1998
September 1998

The WorkForce

1998


October 1998
November 1998
December 1998

1999


January 1999
February 1999
March 1999
April 1999
May 1999
June 1999
July 1999
August 1999
September 1999
October 1999
November 1999
December 1999

2000


January 2000
February 2000
March 2000
April 2000
May 2000
June 2000
July 2000
August 2000
September 2000
October 2000
November 2000
December 2000

2001


January 2001
February 2001
March 2001
April 2001
May 2001
August 2001
September 2001
October 2001
November 2001
December 2001

2002


January 2002
March 2002
April 2002
May 2002
June 2002
July 2002
August 2002
September 2002
October 2002
November 2002
December 2002

2003


January 2003
February 2003
March 2003
April 2003
May 2003
June 2003
July 2003
August 2003
October 2003
November 2003
December 2003

2004


January 2004
February 2004
March 2004
April 2004
May 2004
June 2004
July 2004
August 2004
September 2004
October 2004
November 2004
December 2004

2005


January 2005
February 2005
March 2005
April 2005
May 2005
June 2005
July 2005
August 2005
September 2005
October 2005
November 2005
December 2005

2006


January 2006
February 2006
March 2006
April 2006
May 2006
June 2006
July 2006
August 2006
September 2006
October 2006
November 2006
December 2006

2007


January 2007
February 2007
March 2007
April 2007
May 2007
June 2007
July-August 2007
September 2007
October 2007
November 2007
December 2007

2008


January 2008
February 2008
March 2008
April 2008
May 2008
June 2008
July-August 2008
September 2008
October 2008
November 2008
December 2008

2009


January 2009
February 2009
March 2009
April 2009
May 2009
June 2009
July-August 2009
September 2009
October 2009
November 2009
December 2009

2010


January 2010
February 2010
March 2010
April 2010
May 2010
June 2010
July-August 2010
September 2010
October 2010
November 2010
December 2010

2011


January 2011
February 2011
March 2011
April 2011
May 2011
June 2011
July 2011
August 2011
September 2011
October 2011
November 2011
December 2011

2012


January 2012
February 2012
March 2012
April 2012
May 2012
June 2012
July-August 2012
September 2012
October 2012
November 2012
December 2012

2013


January 2013
February 2013
March 2013
April 2013
May 2013
June 2013
July-August 2013

Box 1
Folder

1. The Civil Service Leader, Original, Unbound,January 14, 1977

Box 2
Folder

1. Advocate, April 2000-April 2009
2. Capital Notes, 1993-2009
3. Contract Update, 1999-2000
4. CSEA Activist, January 1984-Summer 1985
5. CSEA @ Work, November 1998-May 2003
6. CSEA Dignity, October 1990-Fall 1992
7. CSEA Retiree Newsletter, 1990-1993
8. CSEA "Work in Progress", undated
9. Empire State Report, CSEA a 75 year Retrospective, October 1985
10. Essentially Women, 1991-2008
11. Labor History Newsletter, November 2004-Fall 2008
12. P.S., 1993-1998
13. Plain Talk, Suffolk Welfare Unit Newsletter, July 1943
14. The Political Scene, 1990
15. South Beach, CSEA News, January 1974-December 1978
16. Weekly Newsletter, 1963
17. The Wineless Vine, Official Grapevine-Suffolk Chapter,CSEA, October 1962

Box 3

The Public Employee,Bound,1983-1985

Box 4

The Public Employee,Bound,1986-2005

Box 5
Folder

1. The Chief, December 15, 1939
2. Communicator, June 1975, November 1977, February and April 1978
3. Regional Reporter, 1973-1985
4. Regional Reporter, 1986-1995

Box 6
Folder

1. Regional Reporter, 1996-2000
2. Regional Reporter, 2001-2002
3. Regional Reporter, 2003-2004

Box 7
Folder

1. The Public Sector, October 4-December 27, 1978
2. The Public Sector, January 10-March 28, 1979
3. The Public Sector, April 4-July 25, 1979

Box 8
Folder

1. The Public Sector, August 1-December 26, 1979
2. The Public Sector, January 9-April 30, 1980
3. The Public Sector, May 7-August 27, 1980

Box 9
Folder

1. The Public Sector, September 10-December 31, 1980
2. The Public Sector, January 14-March 25, 1981
3. The Public Sector, April 1-July 29, 1981

Box 10
Folder

1. The Public Sector, August 5-December 18, 1981
2. The Public Sector, January 4-June 18, 1982
3. The Public Sector, July 2-December 31, 1982

Box 11
Folder

1. The Public Sector, January 14-July 1, 1983
2. The Public Sector, July 1-December 30, 1983
3. The Public Sector, January 13-June 29, 1984

Box 12
Folder

1. The Public Sector, July 13-December 28, 1984
2. The Public Sector, January 11-May 31, 1985
3. The Public Sector, June 14-December 30, 1985

Box 13
Folder

1. The Public Sector, January 13-July 28, 1986
2. The Public Sector, August 11-December 29, 1986
3. The Public Sector, January 12-June 29, 1987

Box 14
Folder

1. The Public Sector, July 13-December 28, 1987
2. The Public Sector, January 11-June 13, 1988
3. The Public Sector, July 11-December 26, 1988

Box 15
Folder

1. The Public Sector, January 9-May 29, 1989
2. The Public Sector, June 12-December 25, 1989

Box 16
Folder

1. The Public Sector, January 8-June 25, 1990
2. The Public Sector, July 23-December 24, 1990

Box 17
Folder

1. The Public Sector, January 7-April 29, 1991
2. The Public Sector, June-December 1991
3. The Public Sector, January-December 1992

Box 18
Folder

1. The Public Sector, January-December 1993
2. The Public Sector, February-November 1994
3. The Public Sector, January-December 1995

Box 19
Folder

1. The Public Sector, March-December 1996
2. The Public Sector, January-May 1997

Box 20
Folder

1. The Public Sector, June-September 1997
2. The Public Sector, October-December 1997

Box 21
Folder

1. The Public Sector, January-April 1998
2. The Public Sector, May-September 1998

Microfilm

The Public Sector, 1978-1989

Reel 1: 1978-1980
Reel 2: 1981-1983
Reel 3: 1984-1986
Reel 4: 1987-1989

Bound Materials

The Public Sector, Originals, 1989-1996

Box 22
Folder

1. The Canary, 2001-2005, 2011-2012
2. The Retiree News, 2006-2013
3. The Work Force, October 1998-February 1999
4. The Work Force, March-May 1999

Box 23
Folder

1. The Work Force, June-September 1999
2. The Work Force, October-December 1999
3. The Work Force, January-March 2000

Box 24
Folder

1. The Work Force, April-August 2000
2. The Work Force, September-December 2000

Box 25
Folder

1. The Work Force, January-April 2001
2. The Work Force, May-August 2001
3. The Work Force, September-December 2001

Box 26
Folder

1. The Work Force, January-April 2002
2. The Work Force, May-August 2002
3. The Work Force, September-December 2002

Box 27
Folder

1. The Work Force, January-April 2003
2. The Work Force, May-August 2003
3. The Work Force, September-December 2003

Box 28
Folder

1. The Work Force, January-April 2004
2. The Work Force, May-September 2004
3. The Work Force, October-December 2004

Box 29
Folder

1. The Work Force, January-April 2005
2. The Work Force, May-August 2005
3. The Work Force, September-December 2005

Box 30

The Work Force, January-December 2006

Box 31

The Work Force, January-December 2007

Box 32

The Work Force, January-December 2008

Box 33

The Work Force, January-December 2009

Box 34

The Work Force, January-December 2010

Box 35

The Work Force, January-December 2011

Box 36

The Work Force, January-December 2012


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Series 6: News Clippings, 1980-2009

Box 1
Folder

1. Times Union, News Clippings, 1986
2. Times Union, News Clippings, 1987
3. Times Union, News Clippings, 1988
4. News Clippings, 1980-1982
5. News Clippings, 1983-1984, undated
6. News Clippings, 1986-1988
7. News Clippings, 1989
8. News Clippings, 1990
9. News Clippings, 1991
10. News Clippings, 1992
11. News Clippings, January-February 1993
12. News Clippings, November-December 1993
13. News Clippings, January-April 1994
14. News Clippings, April-May 1994
15. News Clippings, June-August 1994
16. News Clippings, September-October 1994
17. News Clippings, October-December 1994
18. News Clippings, January-February 1995
19. News Clippings, April-May 1995
20. News Clippings, June-August 1995
21. News Clippings, August-October 1995
22. News Clippings, December, 1995-Janury 1996
23. News Clippings, December, 1995-February 1996
24. News Clippings, February-May 1996
25. News Clippings, May-August 1996
26. News Clippings, August-October 1996
27. News Clippings, October-December 1996
28. News Clippings, December, 1996-February 1997
29. News Clippings, February-April 1997
30. News Clippings, April-June 1997
31. News Clippings, June-August 1997

Box 2
Folder


1. News Clippings, August-October 1997
2. News Clippings, October-December 1997
3. News Clippings, December, 1997-March 1998
4. News Clippings, March-May 1998
5. News Clippings, May-July 1998
6. News Clippings, July-September 1998
7. News Clippings, September-November 1998
8. News Clippings, November, 1998-January 1999
9. News Clippings, February- April 1999
10. News Clippings, April-July 1999
11. News Clippings, August-November 1999
12. News Clippings, November,2000-January 2000
13. News Clippings, February-April 2000
14. News Clippings, May-July 2000
15. News Clippings, August-November 2000
16. News Clippings, December, 2000-January 2001
17. News Clippings, February-April 2001
18. News Clippings, May-July 2001
19. News Clippings, August-November 2001
20. News Clippings, December, 2001-January 2002
21. News Clippings, February-April 2002
22. News Clippings, May-July 2002
23. News Clippings, July-September 2002
24. News Clippings, November, 2002-January 2003
25. News Clippings, February-April 2003
26. News Clippings, May-July 2003
27. News Clippings, August-September 2003
28. News Clippings, October, 2003-January 2004
29. News Clippings, February-April 2004
30. News Clippings, May-July 2004
31. News Clippings, July-September 2004
32. News Clippings, January-April 2005
33. News Clippings, April-June 2005
34. News Clippings, July-September 2005

Box 3
Folder


1. News Clippings, September, 2005-April 2006
2. News Clippings, May-September 2006
3. News Clippings, October, 2006-January 2007
4. News Clippings, February-April 2007
5. News Clippings, April-September 2007
6. News Clippings, September, 2007-January 2008
7. News Clippings, February-April 2008
8. News Clippings, April-July 2008
9. News Clippings, July-September 2008
10. News Clippings, September, 2008-January 2009
11. News Clippings, January-April 2009

Box 4
Folder


1. News Clippings, May-July 2009
2. News Clippings, July-September, 2009
3. News Clippings, September, 2009-January, 2010
4. News Clippings, February-September, 2010
6. News Clippings, October, 2010-January, 2011
7. News Clippings, January-April, 2011
8. News Clippings, May-July, 2011
9. News Clippings, September, 2011-January, 2012

Electronic News Clips

As of January, 2012 the Civil Service Employees Association has begun maintaining electronic PDF formats of their quarterly news clippings.


January-April, 2012
March-July, 2012
July-September, 2012
September, 2012-January, 2013

Civil Service Employees Association, Inc. (CSEA), AFSCME, Local 1000
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Series 7: CSEA Communications, 1971-2009

Box 1
Folder

1. Press Releases, 1971-1975
2. Press Releases, undated

Box 2
Folder

1. Press Releases, undated
2. Press Releases, 1975
3. Press Releases, 1976
4. Press Releases, 1977
5. Press Releases, 1978
6. Press Releases, 1979
7. Press Releases, 1980
8. Press Releases, 1981
9. Press Releases, 1982
10. Press Releases, 1983
11. Press Releases, 1984-1985
12. Press Releases, 1986-1987
13. Press Releases, 1988
14. Press Releases, 1989
15. Press Releases, January- July 1990
16. Press Releases, August- December 1990
17. Press Releases, January- June 1991
18. Press Releases, July- December 1991
19. Press Releases, 1992
20. Press Releases, 1993
21. Weekly Summaries, 1993
22. Press Releases, 1994
23. Weekly Summaries, 1994
24. Press Releases, January- February 1995
25. Press Releases, March- December 1995
26. Weekly Summaries, 1995
27. Press Releases, 1996
28. Weekly Summaries, 1996
29. Press Releases, January- April 1997
30. Press Releases, May- December 1997
31. Weekly Summaries, 1997
32. Press Releases, 1998
33. Press Releases, 1999
34. Press Releases, 2000
35. Press Releases, 2001
36. Press Releases, 2002
37. Press Releases, 2003
38. Press Releases, 2004
39. Press Releases, 2005
40. Press Releases, January- May 2006
41. Press Releases, June- December 2006
42. Press Releases, 2007
43. Press Releases, 2008
44. Press Releases, 2009

Box 3
Folder

1. Press Releases, 2010
2. Press Releases, 2011
3. Press Releases, 2012


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Series 8: Audio Visual, 1969-2007

Box 1
Tape

1. Mouseland, VHS, 1983
2. TV Spots: NYS, Sarah, Matt, Built on Care, No Matter, VHS, June 13, 1985
    -Four CSEA television spots relating to the mentally disabled. Based on campaign "Built on Care"
3. Channel 10 CSEA News Coverage, VHS, March 9, 1989
    -Channel 10 News coverage of state layoffs and CSEA's work to prevent the layoffs
4. Building our Future, VHS, 1989
    -Video explaining rights and benefits to union members
5. CSEA It's your Union, VHS, 1990
    -Video of members testimonials on how CSEA has helped them
6. AFSCME Solidarity Day, VHS, August 31, 1991
    -Video footage of AFSCME Solidarity Day including member testimonials and marching
7. CSEA Convention Video, VHS, 1991
    -CSEA opening video for 1991 convention. Includes footage of Solidarity Day and the 20,000 member march on Albany
8. Nassau Election Campaign, Spots, VHS, 1992
    -CSEA TV spot including members speaking out on the importance of CSEA and reminding members to get out and vote on election day
9. Nassau Election Campaign, Spots, VHS, 1992
    -CSEA TV spot including members speaking out on the importance of CSEA and reminding members to get out and vote on election day
10. CSEA Convention Video, VHS, 1992
    -CSEA opening video for 1992 convention. Based on CSEA campaign of "Public Pride Public Service"
11. Keep Public Services Public, VHS, 1993
    -CSEA campaign against privatization and privateers
12. Belong to be Strong, VHS, 1993
    -Video stresses the importance of participation and teaches members how to sign up new members

Box 2
Tape

1. You Profit, VHS, February 1, 1995
    -CSEA TV spot showing members profiting from CSEA's work
2. You Profit, VHS, February 1, 1995
    -CSEA TV spot showing members profiting from CSEA's work
3. CSEA In Touch With You, VHS, 1995
    -CSEA campaign to show that CSEA is "in touch" with union members
4. CSEA Contract Information Teleconference, VHS, April 20, 1995
    -Video of CSEA teleconference to help answer member's questions on a tentative 4-year contract that would effect 95,000 members
5. The Spot That Dropped A Republican Governor's (Pataki) Ratings By 30 Points, VHS, 1996
    -Features two commercials that led to the drop of the governor's ratings by thirty points
6. CSEA Anti-Budget Campaign, VHS, January 31, 1996
    -CSEA TV spot showing the effects of state budget cuts on public employment
7. AFSCME Convention: Bill Clinton, VHS, 1996
    -Bill Clinton's speech at the 1996 AFSCME convention
8. I Can Make a Differance, VHS, 1996
9. AFSCME Convention, VHS, 1996
    -Wrap up video of AFSCME convention that salutes the delegates
10. 5 For The Future, VHS, 1997
    -Video of CSEA President Danny Donohue, AFSCME President Gerald W. McEntee, and AFL-CIO President John Sweeney discussing the future of the Labor Movement
11. 20 Years of The Public Sector: Your Story in Progress, VHS, 1997
    -Video on the history of the CSEA publication, The Public Sector
12. 20 Years of The Public Sector: Your Story in Progress, VHS, 1997
    -Video on the history of the CSEA publication, The Public Sector

Box 3
Tape

1. Theme '97, Vote '97, VHS, December, 1997
    -Two, 30 second TV spots, that display the CSEA theme and stresses the importance of voting
2. Michigan Footage, VHS, 1997
    -Raw footage of Lafayette Clinic including patients who were forced to leave and employees protesting
3. New York State Department of Transportation Public Service Announcement: Safe Driving Near Snowplows, VHS, December, 1997
    -Video explaining how to safely drive near snowplows
4. 1997 Voter Guide for the Constutional Convention, VHS, 1997
    -Video explaining why people should vote against a constitutional convention
5. 25 Years, Fighting the Good Fight, VHS, 1997
    -AFSCME video celebrating its twenty-fifth anniversary
6. CSEA 1998 Convention Video, VHS, 1998
    -CSEA opening video for 1998 convention. CSEA members give testimonials
7. CSEA 1998 Convention Video, VHS, September 24, 1998
    -CSEA opening video for 1998 convention. CSEA members give testimonials
8. Healthcare, VHS, March 16, 1998
    -CSEA TV spot on the effects that healthcare employees have on peoples' lives
9. The AFSCME Advantage, VHS, October 1, 1998
    -Video explaining the positive things AFSCME does for CSEA. Members give feedback on the good that comes from the partnership
10. Developmentally Disabled, VHS, January, 1999
    -CSEA TV spot on the developmentally disabled. Talks about the CSEA Cares Campaign and the 10,000 CSEA members that work in the profession
11. Bob Lattimer Tribute, VHS, October, 1999
    -Video tribute to 20 year Western Region President Bob Lattimer
12.CSEA 1999 Convention, VHS,
    -Two versions of the CSEA opening video for the 1999 convention. Members give testimonials on the benefits of being a CSEA member

Box 4
Tape

1. We Are the Union, VHS, 1999
    -Video stressing the importance of CSEA's growth and transformation for the future
2.CSEA Conference Close, VHS, September 19, 2000
3. AFSCME 2000: Bill Clinton, VHS, June 30, 2000
    -President Clinton's speech at the 2000 AFSCME Convention
4. CSEA-Vote 2000, VHS, 2000
    -Video persuading people to vote in 2000 including speeches by Hillary Clinton and Al Gore on the importance of voting
5. CSEA-That's Me!, VHS, 2000
    -Video of members explaining how CSEA helped to organize their workforce
6. CSEA-That's Me!: 1)Political action 2)Political Action-Vote, VHS, October, 2000
    -CSEA TV spots focused on workers working to get things done with CSEA
7. 2000 CSEA Annual Delegates Meeting Opening Video, VHS,
    -CSEA opening video for the 2001 annual convention. Based on the campaign "CSEA That's Me!"
8. Fired Up, VHS, October 25, 2001
    -Video explaining the importance of when one voice is joined by many then it will be heard
9. Fired Up, VHS, October 25, 2001
    -Video explaining the importance of when one voice is joined by many then it will be heard
10. CSEA Mental Health, VHS, February 21, 2001
    -2 CSEA TV spots on mental health. Focused on the mentally disabled and their need for family and community support
11. Organize for Power, VHS, 2001
    -AFSCME video that teaches people how to organize
12.RX Reform, VHS, 2002
    -CSEA TV spot focused on the increase of prescription drug costs and the need for reform

Box 5
Tape

1. Star Spangled Banner, VHS, 2002
    -Video of CSEA members uniting to sing the national anthem in remembrance of the 5 members who died on 9/11 in the World Trade Center
2. Star Spangled Banner, VHS, 2002
    -Video of CSEA members uniting to sing the national anthem in remembrance of the 5 members who died on 9/11 in the World Trade Center
3. AFSCME Members Fight Back, VHS, 2002
    -AFSCME video on paycheck protection. Explains how it is a deception and an attack on unions
4. Victory in Ellenville, VHS, 2002
    -Victory of Ellenville hospital workers to organize
5. Victory in Ellenville, VHS, 2002
    -Victory of Ellenville hospital workers to organize
6. CSEA 2002 Convention Video, VHS, September 5, 2002
    -CSEA opening video for the 2002 annual convention. Based on CSEA's campaign "Make it Happen"
7. A New Day for Homecare, VHS, 2002
    -AFSCME video about home care workers that came together to form a union for better pay and health insurance
8. CSEA 2003 Annual Conference, VHS, 2003
    -CSEA opening video for 2003 convention. Based on CSEA and AFSCME affiliation
9. AFSCME Lobby Day Tape 1, VHS, March 30, 2004
    -Live footage from the 2004 AFSCME lobby day in Albany, New York
10. AFSCME Lobby Day Tape 2, VHS, March 30, 2004
    -Live footage from the 2004 AFSCME lobby day in Albany, New York
11. AFSCME Lobby Day Tape 3, VHS, March 30, 2004
    -Live footage from the 2004 AFSCME lobby day in Albany, New York
12. CSEA/ CN-9 Partnership
13. Tribute to Irene Carr, DVD, 2004
    -Video tribute to longtime CSEA State Secretary Irene Carr

Box 6
Tape

1. Make Your Mark, VHS, 2004
    -Campaign to get members to donate to SEFA
2. Make Your Mark, VHS, 2004
    -Campaign to get members to donate to SEFA
3. CSEA Political Action Video, VHS, undated
4. We Are the Union, VHS, undated
5. Working Together, VHS, undated
6. The CSEA Grievance Representation Training Program, VHS, undated
7. CSEA/NYFF Video News Release, VHS, undated
8. Report From the State Senate: with Senator [William T.] Stachowski, Danny Donohue, and Joe Montalio, VHS, undated
9. Clinton/Gore: The AFSCME Victory, VHS, undated
10. Clinton/Gore: The AFSCME Victory, VHS, undated
11. Political Action, VHS, undated
12. It's up to Me, VHS, undated

Box 7
Tape

1. Reduction in Force-What it Could Mean to You, VHS, undated
2. Reduction in Force-What it Could Mean to You, VHS, undated
3. Moving Forward-Surviving a Layoff, VHS, undated
4. We Can Shape the Future, VHS, undated
5. Public Service, Public Pride, VHS, undated

Box 8
Tape

1. CSEA Information on Layoffs for NYS Employees Tape 1, Beta-cam, March 6, 1989
2. CSEA Information on Layoffs for NYS Employees Tape 2, Beta-cam, March 6, 1989
3. New York Network: CSEA Update, Beta-cam, February 28, 1995
CSEA Kiosk Video, Beta-cam, undated
General Overview of Layoff Procedure, Beta-cam, undated

Box 9
Tape

1. Lochner-Shapiro Debate part 1, Audiotapes, July 9, 1969
2. Lochner-Shapiro Debate part 2, Audiotapes, July 9, 1969
3. Capital Report, Audiotapes, April 4, 1972
4. Capital Report, Audiotapes, April 4, 1972
5. CSEA Demonstration, Audiotapes, March 18, 1975
6. CSEA Demonstration, Audiotapes, March 18, 1975

Box 10
Tape

1. State Contract Reopener, Audiotape, September 30, 1976
2. New York Closed, Audiotape, April 11, 1977
3. Public Employees Theme, LP, 1978
4. CSEA 1981 Slide Show, Audiotape, 1981
5. CSEA Slide Show, Audiotape, May, 1984
6. CSEA-Long Island Growing, Audiotape, October 5, 1984
7. Comparable Worth 1, Audiotape, 1984
8. Comparable Worth 2, Audiotape, 1984
9. Comparable Worth News Conference, November 7, 1985
10. NYS CWEP-3 Spots, Audiotape, June, 1985
11. CSEA 75 Years of Pride, Audiotape, 1985
12. CSEA 75 Years of Pride, Audiotape, 1985
13. Sullivan County-One Cut: Thank You, Audiotape, July 28, 1986
14. Joe McDermott, Badillio Endorsement, Audiotape, August 25, 1986
15. P-9 Strikers and McGowan, Audiotape, May 7, 1986
16. Sullivan County Radio, Audiotape, July 21-25, 1986
17. McGowan Endorsement of Ed Bloch for Congress, Audiotape, October 9, 1986
18. McGowan-Arvis, Audiotape, April 17, 1986
19. Orange County-One Cut: Thank You, Audiotape, August 4, 1986
20. Orange County-Campaign, Audiotape, July 8, 1986
21. Orange County-One Cut Late Ballots, Audiotape, July 23-25, 1986
22. McGowan-Asbestos Abatement Act News Conference, Audiotape, March 11, 1986
23. Binghamton Radio, Audiotape, June, 1987
24. McGowan-Labor Day, Audiotape, 1987
25. Comparable Worth-Hartnett and McGowan, Audiotape, April 7, 1987
26. School Closing Radio, Reel, December, 1988
27. President McDermott: You've had Enough, Audiotape, November, 1989
28. President McDermott-Contract Negotiation Spot 2, Audiotape, November, 1989
29. Nassau County Radio-Testimonial 1, Audiotape, 1989
30. Nassau County Radio-Testimonial 1, Audiotape, 1989
31. Nassau County Radio-Testimonial 2, Audiotape, 1989
32. Nassau County Radio-Testimonial 2, Audiotape, 1989
33. Matrix Managed Care, Audiotape, 1989
34. Nassau County Radio-Testimonial, Audiotape, 1989
35. Nassau County Radio-Testimonial, Audiotape, 1989
36. Westchester Run-Off Election, Audiotape, December 27, 1989
37. Westchester Run-Off Election, Audiotape, December 27, 1989
38. Westchester Campaign-Three Testimonials, Audiotape, November, 1989
39. Westchester Campaign-Three Testimonials, Audiotape, November, 1989
40. Nassau County Television-Island, Audiotape, 1989
41. Nassau County Television-Island, Audiotape, 1989
42. Westchester Run-Off, Audiotape, January, 1999
43. Westchester Run-Off, Audiotape, January, 1999
44. Snow Plow, Audiotape, November 13, 1991
45. WBLS-Mental Health Cuts, Audiotape, February 26, 1991
46. CSEA School Closing Spots, Audiotape, January 4, 1991
47. Cuomo, Audiotape, February 13, 1991
48. Cuomo, Audiotape, February 13, 1991
49. Snow Closing Spots, Audiotape, January 11, 1991
50. CSEA Election, Audiotape, 1992
51. Con-Con-NYS AFL-CIO, Audiotape, 1992
52. CSEA Convention, Audiotape, August 26, 1997
53. Prospering in America, Audiotape, May 13, 1997
54. Prospering in America, Audiotape, March 4, 1997
55. We Are The Union, Audiotape, 1997
56. We Are The Union, Audiotape, 1997
57. CSEA North Country Disaster, Audiotape, 1998

Box 11
Tape

1. February Contract, Audiotape, 1998
2. Contract Radio, Audiotape, August-September, 1998
3. Healthcare, Audiotape, March 12, 1998
4. CSEA Contract, Audiotape, 1999
5. CSEA Contract, Audiotape, 1999
6. Developmental Disabilities Radio 2, Audiotape, March 1, 1999
7. CSEA Member Contract, Member Testimonials, Audiotape, June 3, 1999
8. Three Member Contract Radio, Audiotape, June 11, 1999
9. Genaeral Contract, Audiotape, 1999
10. Contract Testimonial, Audiotape, 1999
11. Nassau 1, Audiotape, September 10, 1999
12. Nassau 1, Audiotape, September 10, 1999
13. Vote, School Closing, Theme, Audiotape, 1999
14. Danny Donohue-Peoples Business, 1999
15. Star Spangled Banner, Audiotape, August 22, 2000
16. COLA News Conference, Audiotape, May 9, 2000
17. CSEA 1999-2000 Theme, Audiotape, 2000
18. Healthcare, Audiotape, April 12, 2001
19. Ulster County, Audiotape, August 28, 2001
20. Lonibery-WHHM, Audiotape, January 29-30, 2001
21. Yonkers School Funding, Audiotape, October 16, 2001
22. Buffalo Snow, Audiotape, January 11, 2002
23. Long Island Image 1 and 2, Audiotape, May 31, 2002
24. Register-Vote, Audiotape, August 20, 2002
25. Ellenville Hospital, Ulster County, Audiotape, April 24, 2002
26. Bills' Radio, Audiotape, September 15, 2002
27. RX Reform, Governors Budget, Audiotape, January and March 2003
28. RX Reform, Governors Budget, Audiotape, January and March 2003
29. Call the Governor, CD, March 6, 2003
30. Rose Brooks, Audiotape, undated
31. CSEA Jingle, Audiotape, undated
32. Mondale, Audiotape, undated
33. NY Deserves the Best: Mario Cuomo for Governor, Audiotape, undated
34. CSEA Capital Region, Audiotape, undated
35. CSEA Jingle, Audiotape, undated
36. McGowan, Audiotape, undated
37. CSEA Workplace Weekly, Audiotape, undated
38. End of the Line, Audiotape, undated
39. Mental Health Demo, Audiotape, undated
40. Belong to be Strong, Audiotape, undated
41. Belong to be Strong, Audiotape, undated
42. Who Will do the Work?, Audiotape, undated
43. Who Will do the Work?, Audiotape, undated
44. Message for You, Audiotape, undated
45. Built on Care, Audiotape, undated
46. CSEA Theme Loop, Audiotape, undated
47. Bad for our Taxpayers, Audiotape, undated
48. CSEA Capital Region Voice, Audiotape, undated
49. Cut the Fat, Audiotape, undated
50. Look Long Island, Audiotape, undated
51. Written Exam Exercise, Audiotape, undated
52. AFL-CIO Council 50, Audiotape, undated
53. Middletown Radio, Audiotape, undated
54. Restore Jobs, Audiotape, undated

Foundation of Advocacy for Mental Health News Conference: Rosalyn Carter, DVD, April 24, 2006
-CSEA sponsored news conference introducing Rosalyn Carter’s involvement with the Foundation of Advocacy for Mental Health. Includes speeches by Matilda Cuomo, Jerry Jennings, Joseph Bruno, Rosalyn Carter and Steven Madarasz. DVD came with a paper press release from the CSEA.
Foundation of Advocacy for Mental Health Video Clips and Presentation: Rosalyn Carter, DVD, April 24, 2006
-Video clips from WNYT News Channel 13 and Capital News 9 regarding Rosalyn Carter’s news conference as well as the conference itself featuring Carter and Matilda Cuomo. DVD came with a paper press release from the CSEA.
Leading the Fight for Worker Safety, DVD, 2006
-Documentary film produced by the CSEA outlining their struggle to bring the issue of public employee safety to the attention of both the government and the public.
Remembering John J. Kelly Jr., DVD, 2006
-Video describing the important role played by former CSEA lead council John J. Kelly Jr., as well as the scholarship started in his name. Includes and interview with Kelly's son Jim.
OMR Slideshow, DVD, 2006
-Slideshow showing several CSEA members of the Office of Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities.
Danny Donohue Slideshow, DVD, November 1, 2006
-Slideshow shown at the Special Olympics banquet honoring CSEA president Danny Donohue.
Recommendations for an Ageny Policy on Computer Workstation Ergonomics, DVD, March, 2005
-Video produced by the State of New York in association with the CSEA to give guidance for all state agencies relating to computer station ergonomics.
Interview with Drs. William Bronston and Michael Wilkins, Willowbrook State School, DVD, August 19, 2007
-Videotaped interview with the two physicians instramental in exposing the poor conditions at the Willowbrook State School in the 1970s.

 

Remarks from the Annual Delegates Meeting


1. Jimmy Carter Remarks, November 1980
&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp -Transcript of President Jimmy Carter's remarks at the CSEA Annual Delegates Meeting 1980.
2. Bill Clinton Remarks, November 2001
&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp -President Bill Clinton's remarks at the CSEA Annual Delegates Meeting, 2001.

CSEA endorsement of Hilary Rodham Clinton for United States President
CSEA endorses Hilary Clinton


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Series 9: CSEA 100 Project, 1980-2009

Box 1
Folder

1. Interview Transcript, Norman Adler, April 2005 (PDF)(VIDEO)
    -Lobbying consultant speaking about his work with the CSEA.
2. Interview Transcript, Harry Albright, July 13, 2005 (PDF)(VIDEO)
    -Former Rockefeller Administration law council speaking about his working relationship with the CSEA.
3. Interview Transcript, Linda Angello, March 15, 2006 (PDF)(VIDEO)
    -New York State Commissioner of Labor speaking about the Public Employee Safety and Health Act.
4. Interview Transcript, Denise Berkely, November 2, 2009 (PDF) (AUDIO)
    -Current Statewide Secretary speaking about the union.
5. Interview Transcript, Bill Blom, July 2001 (PDF)(VIDEO)
    -CSEA Director of Research, 1962-1992.
6. Interview Transcript, Dr. William Bronston, August 19, 2007 (PDF)(VIDEO)
    - Physician who was instrumental in revealing the terrible conditions at the Willowbrook Hospital for the Mentally Retarded in the 1970s.
7. Interview Transcript, Dr. William Bronston & Dr. Michael Wilkins, August 19, 2007 (PDF) (AUDIO)
    - Physicians who was instrumental in revealing the terrible conditions at the Willowbrook Hospital for the Mentally Retarded in the 1970s.
8. Interview Transcript, Judy Burgess, April 2003 (PDF) (AUDIO)
    -Served as Secretary of Region 6 for 17 years. Also held position of Executive Assistant to CSEA President Bill McGowan.
9. Interview Transcript, Ellen Burke, April 2003 (PDF) (AUDIO)
    -Held positions of CSEA statewide Secretary, 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Vice President.
10.Interview Transcript, Rosemary Carey, December 2002 (PDF) (AUDIO)
    -Worked at CSEA from 1967-1987. Temporarily worked for CSEA President Dr. Wenzl and then Joe Rulyea.
11. Interview Transcript, Loretta Carol, undated (PDF)(VIDEO)
    -Held position of Executive Secretary in the Executive Office. Worked for three statewide secretaries, Irene Carr, Candy Saxton, and Barbara Reeves.
12. Interview Transcript, Irene Carr, January 1996 (PDF) (AUDIO)
    -Served as CSEA statewide Secretary.
13. Interview Transcript, Paul Castellani, March 7, 2006 (PDF)(VIDEO)
    -Former official in the New York State Office of Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities speaking about the CSEA. speaking
14. Interview Transcript, Roger Cole, undated (PDF) (AUDIO)
    -Worked for CSEA 1974-1998. Served as Director of Communications and was the editor of the CSEA publication, The Public Sector (1978-1998).
15.Interview Transcript, Betty Collins, July 2003 (PDF) (AUDIO)
    -Former union organizer and Treasurer of CSEA.
16.Interview Transcript, Thomas Collins, November 2, 2009 (PDF) (AUDIO)
    -Speaking about the union.
17. Interview Transcript, Joe Conway, April 2005 (PDF)(VIDEO)
    -CSEA union representative speaking about his career.
18. Interview Transcript, Victor Costa, April 2003 (PDF) (AUDIO)
    -Former CSEA 1st Vice President.
19. Interview Transcript, Mario Cuomo, January 25, 2006 (PDF)(VIDEO)
    -Former New York State Governor speaking about the CSEA.
20. Interview Transcript, Al DeMarco, March 7, 2006 (PDF)(VIDEO)
    -Former Deputy Director of the Governor?s Office of Employee Relations speaking about the CSEA.
21. Interview Transcript, Cindy Derguarian, undated (PDF) (AUDIO)
    -Served as a member of the Board of Directors and was a trustee of the Employees Benefit Fund.
22. Interview Transcript, Joe Dolan, July 2003 (PDF)(VIDEO)
    -Former field representative and Executive Director of CSEA.
23. Interview Transcript, Danny Donohue, December 2004 (PDF)(VIDEO)
    -Currently Serves as CSEA statewide President (1994-present).
24. Interview Transcript, Danny Donohue, March 6, 2006 (PDF)(VIDEO)
    -CSEA president speaking about the Public Employee Safety and Health Act.
25. Interview Transcript, Ed Draves, December 2004 (PDF)(VIDEO)
    -Political activist and former CSEA Assistant Legislative and Legislative Director of CSEA.
26. Interview Transcript, James Featherstonaugh, December 2004 (PDF)(VIDEO)
    -Attorney and lobbyist and former Executive Council for CSEA.
27. Interview Transcript, Rita Febraio, September 1998 (PDF) (AUDIO)
    -Was head supervisor of the CSEA headquarters night crew for 30 years.
28. Interview Transcript, Christopher Finan, January 25, 2006 (PDF) (AUDIO)
    -Author and historian speaking about the life of former New York State Governor Alfred E. Smith.
29. Interview Transcript, Jackie Scott, Denise Futia, Heidi Pleath, Bernie Rouse Part 1, June 22, 2006 (PDF) (AUDIO)
30. Interview Transcript, Jackie Scott, Denise Futia, Heidi Pleath, Bernie Rouse Part 2, June 22, 2006 (PDF) (AUDIO)
    -Four veteran CSEA staffers speaking about their memories.
31. Interview Transcript, Ramona Gallagher and Bob Lattimer, August 2002 (PDF)(VIDEO)
    -Served as president of Local 352 in 1973-1974. Appointed to the Statewide Political Action Committee and was the first Political Organizer for the joint CSEA-AFSCME Political Action Committee.
32. Interview Transcrpit, Tom Hartnett, November 18, 2002 (PDF) (AUDIO)
    -Speaking about the union.
33. Interview Transcript, Lorraine Hickey-Korf, undated (PDF)(VIDEO)
    -Served as secretary for statewide treasurers, Mary Sullivan and Maureen Malone.
34. Interview Transcript, Tom Hobart, December 2004 (PDF)(VIDEO)
    -President of the New York State United Teachers Union.
35. Interview Transcript, Nancy Hoffman, June 21, 2006 (PDF)(VIDEO)
    -Former CSEA General Council speaking about her role with the CSEA.
36. Interview Transcript, Dennis Hughes, June 21, 2006 (PDF)(VIDEO)
    -AFL-CIO president speaking about the CSEA.
37. Interview Transcript, Jim Kelly, July 20, 2006 (PDF)(VIDEO)
    - Son of former CSEA lead council John Kelly speaking about his father.
38. Interview Transcript, Nick Lamorte, undated (PDF)(VIDEO)
    -Current CSEA president for the Long Island Region.
39. Interview Transcript, Marty Langer, July 2001 (PDF)(VIDEO)
    -Served as statewide Political Action Chairman. Under Bill McGowan, Langer was director of the Labor Management Committee and went on to be the consultant for CSEA's Mental Hygiene Group.
40.Interview Transcript, Marty Langer, June 22, 2006 (PDF) (AUDIO)
    -Activist and unofficial CSEA historian speaking about the union.
41. Interview Transcript, Bob Lattimer, July 2001 (PDF) (AUDIO)
    -Served as president of the Buffalo City Local, 1970-72. Held chair of the AFSCME Affiliation Committee. Served as the CSEA Region VI President for over 24 years.
42. Interview Transcript, Jerome Lefkowitz, April 2005 (PDF) (AUDIO)
    -Speaking about the Taylor Law.
43. Interview Transcript, Jerry Lefkowitz, July 2001 (PDF) (AUDIO)
    -Served nineteen years as Deputy Chairman of PERB. Also served as Deputy Counsel of CSEA.
44. Interview Transcript, Bill Lochner, March 1, 2007 (PDF) (AUDIO)
    -Speaking about the Union.
45. Interview Transcript, William Lucy, July 2003 (PDF) (AUDIO)
    -Speaking about the Union.
46. Interview Transcript, Stephen Madarasz, December 16, 2009 (PDF) (AUDIO)
    -Current Director of Communications speaks about his experiences at CSEA.
46. Interview Transcript, H. Carl McCall, May 2005 (PDF)(VIDEO)
    -Former New York State Senator and Comptroller speaking about his working relationship with the CSEA.
47. Interview Transcript, Joe McDermott, September 2003 (PDF) (AUDIO)
    -Served as Capital Region President (1973-1982), Executive Vice President (1982-1984), and Statewide President (1988-1994).
48. Interview Transcript, Gerald McEntee, July 2003 (PDF) (AUDIO)
    -Speaking about the union.
49.Interview Transcript, Joe McMullen, November 2, 2009 (PDF) (AUDIO)
    -Current Statewide Treasurer speaking about the union.
50. Interview Transcript, Terry Melvin, November 2, 2009 (PDF) (AUDIO)
    -Speaking about the union.
51. Interview Transcript, Sam Mogavero, May 12,2009 (PDF) (AUDIO)
    -CSEA Retiree talking about his experiences with the union.
52. Interview Transcript, Elizabeth Moore, April 2005 (PDF)(VIDEO)
    -Former Assistant Council for Labor Issues for Governors Hugh Carey and Mario Cuomo.
53. Interview Transcript, Jim Moore, April 24, 2007 (PDF) (AUDIO)
    -Speaking about the union.
54. Interview Transcript, Elaine Mootry, undated (PDF) (AUDIO)
    -Served on the State Board of Directors and as a CSEA delegate.
55. Interview Transcript, Mike Moran, July 2003 (PDF) (AUDIO)
    -Twice held the post of Director of Communications for CSEA.
56. Interview Transcript, Michael Murphy, April 2002 (PDF) (AUDIO)
    -Local president of Central Islip Psychitric Center from 1965 to 1973.
57. Interview Transcript, Sandy Myer-Frucher, November 12,2009 (PDF) (AUDIO)
    - Previous Director of N.Y.S. Commission on Management and Productivity in the Public Sector.
58. Interview Transcript, Mel Osterman, May 2005 (PDF)
    -Former New York State Director of Employee Relations speaking about working with the CSEA.
59.Interview Transcript, Nick Palacino, undated (PDF) (AUDIO)
    -Held position of Field Representative for CSEA and serviced the psychiatric centers of Long Island.
60. Interview Transcript, Governor George Pataki, November 12,2009 (PDF)
    -New York State Governor Pataki speaking about the Union.
61. Interview Transcript, Charlie Peritore, October 2002 (PDF) (AUDIO)
    -Served as chair and president of Chapter 1000 of AFSCME.
62. Interview Transcript, Gary Perkinson, September 22,2009 (PDF) (AUDIO)
    - Speaking about the union.
63. Interview Transcript, Joseph L. Persico, July 18, 2006 (PDF) (AUDIO)
    -Author and former speech writer for Governor Nelson Rockefeller speaking about his relationship with the CSEA.
64. Interview Transcript, Tom Quimby, December 2004 (PDF) (AUDIO)
    -Former CSEA field representative, Director of Education, and Director of LEAP.
65. Interview Transcript, Joe Reedy, April 2005 (PDF) (AUDIO)
    -Former CSEA collective bargaining specialist speaking about his career.
66. Interview Transcript, Jack Rice, undated (PDF) (AUDIO)
    -Worked as a lawyer in the firm of Degraf, Foy, Connelly, and Holt Harris (the counsel for CSEA Starting in the 1930s). Held position of principle partner in charge of CSEA from 1967-1972.
67.Interview Transcript, Jack Rice, April 2005 (PDF) (AUDIO)
    -Speaking about various aspects of the Taylor Law.
68. Interview Transcript, Judy Richards, April 2005 (PDF) (AUDIO)
    -Former President of SUNY Empire State College Local CSEA.
69. Interview Transcript, Judy Richardson, September 1998 (PDF) (AUDIO)
    -Served as director of insurance for CSEA starting in 1986.
70. Interview Transcript, James Roemer, April 2003 (PDF) (AUDIO)
    -Attorney and former General Council to CSEA.
71. Interview Transcript, Larry Scanlon, April 2005 (PDF) (AUDIO)
    -AFSCME Political Director speaking about his various roles and jobs within the CSEA.
72. Interview Transcript, Rita Slattery, undated (PDF)
    -Served as Executive Secretary to the vice president and assistant to the president. Currently she holds the position office manager/assistant to the president.
73. Interview Transcript, David Stack, June 22, 2006 (PDF) (AUDIO)
    -CSEA Director of Internal Operations speaking about the union
74. Interview Transcript, Gregory G. Szurmcki, April 2003 (PDF) (AUDIO)
    -Helped organize a local at Kings Park Psychiatric Center. Served as local president an was co-author of first election manual for CSEA.
75. Interview Transcript, Flo Trippi, October 2002 (PDF) (AUDIO)
    -Helped organize a Health Department unit of CSEA and served as president. Now serves as Region 6 President.
76. Interview Transcript, Rita Wallace, undated (PDF) (AUDIO)
    -Served as the 3rd, 2nd, and 1st Executive Vice President, and president of the Nassau Local. Currently serves on the Nassau University Medical Center Board of Directors to which he was appointed by Governor Pataki.
77. Interview Transcript, Daniel Walsh, June 21, 2006 (PDF) (AUDIO)
    -Business Council of New York State president speaking about the CSEA.
78. Interview Transcript, Dr. Michael Wilkins, August 19, 2007 (PDF) (AUDIO)
    - Physician who was instrumental in revealing the terrible conditions at the Willowbrook Hospital for the Mentally Retarded in the 1970s.

 

 


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Series 10: Photographs, 1950-2009

A selection of over 800 images from CSEA are available for viewing online from the University at Albany Libraries' Digital Collections database.


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Series 11: Scrapbooks, 1960-1994

Box 1

Book 1. 1958-1979
Book 2. 1960-1966

Box 2

Book3. 1967-1968
Book 4. 1968-1969

Box 3

Book 5. 1969-1971
Book 6. 1972-1976

Box 4

Book 7. 1980-1983
Book 8. 1980-1986

Box 5

Book 9. 1981-1994

Box 6

Book 10. 1990-1994

Box 7

Photographs removed for preservation reasons, circa 1967-1971


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Series 12: Membership, 1963-2009

Box 1
Folder

1. Advertising kit for locals from headquarters, October 16, 1978
2. Budget Alert: Call your local Assemblyperson, Senator, and Governor, January 15, 1997
3. Budget Reports by Account/Program, 2006-2009
4. CSEA Alert: The President's plan and the survival of the working class, undated
5. CSEA's VOICE (Voice of Independent Child-Care Educators), 2008, 2009, undated
6. Cliff Merritt, Comics about Labor Unions from UTO, undated
7. CBTU National Convention in Phoenix, AZ, May 28, 2005
8. Education and Training Department Membership Materials, 1996, 2002, 2005, undated
9. Election Ballot for the 2000 Statewide contract, 2000
10. Employee Benefits Training Courses, August, 1982
11. Insurance Department Death Claims, 1988
12. Insurance Department Death Claims, 1988
13. Insurance Department Death Claims, 1988
14. Insurance Department Death Claims, 1988
15. Insurance Department Death Claims, 1988
16. Insurance Department Death Claims, 1988
17. Insurance Department Death Claims, August, 1989-May, 2004
18. Insurance Department Death Claims, August, 1989-May, 2004
19. Insurance Department Death Claims, August, 1989-May, 2004
20. Insurance Department Death Claims, August, 1989-May, 2004
21. Insurance Department Death Claims, August, 1989-May, 2004
22. Insurance Department Death Claims, August, 1989-May, 2004
23. Internal Organizing and Membership Recruitment Materials, 1987, 1989, undated
24. The Legal Department Membership Materials, 2000-2002, 2004, 2005
25. Local and Unit Officers Manuals, 1980, 1983, 1986, 1989
26. Local and Unit Officers Manual, 2001
27. Member Resource Guides, 1999-2002
28. Membership Applications, 1991, 1997, 2006, 2007, 2009
29. Membership Flyers and Mailings, 2005, undated
30. Miscellaneous Member Photographs, 1999, undated
31. Miscellaneous Pamphlets, 1963, 1981-1988, 1991, 1995, 2001, undated
32. One Hundredth Anniversary Reflection form American Executive online edition, January, 2010
33. Ralph Distin Politcal Cartoons, undated
34. Region Five Membership Materials, 2001, 2002, 2005, undated
35. Region Four Membership Materials, 2002, 2005
36. Region One Membership Materials, 2002, undated
37. Region Three Membership Materials, 2002, 2005
38. Region Two Membership Materials, 2002
39. Resource Manual: CSEA Leap- Yes You Can Workbook, 1998
40. Resource Manual: A Civil Service Primer, 2006
41. Resource Manual: Civil Service Test Preparation, undated
42. Resource Manual: Discipline and Interrogation in the Workplace, 1998
43. Resource Manual: Educational Assistance Program, September 1, 2005-August 31, 2006
44. Resource Manual: Elder Law Handbook, February, 2005
45. Resource Manual: Ergonomics for Transportation and Trade Workers, 2002
46. Resource Manual: Honoring Diversity, undated
47. Resource Manual: How to Submit a Resolution and/or Proposal for Constitutional Amendment, August, 1997
48. Resource Manual: Private Sector Resource Manual, 2007
49. Resource Manual: Retirement Guide, 2007
50. Resource Manual: What to do When the Paychecks Stop, October, 2005

Box 2
Folder

1. Resource Manual: Working People's History, 2007
2. Retired Members Materials, 1999-2004
3. The Safety and Health Department Membership Materials, 1993, 1997, 2002, undated
4. Scholarship Booklet, 2004
5. Women's Conference, November 19-21, 2004

Oversized Box 1

Book 1. Insurance Department Death Claims Paid, June, 1939- January, 1961
Book 2. Insurance Department Death Claims Paid, January, 1962- March 17, 1970
Book 3. Insurance Department Death Claims Paid, February 1, 1970- March 15, 1973

Oversized Box 2

Book 1. Insurance Department Death Claims Paid, 1973-1987

Artifact Box 1

Memorabilia- Buttons, undated

Artifact Box 2

Memorabilia- Buttons, Keychain, undated


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