M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives

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Finding Aid for the
John J. Mather
PAPERS, 1965-1996

(APAP-107)

For reference queries contact Grenander Department Reference staff or (518)-437-3935

Finding Aid Compiled by
Nicholas Webb, November 2008



 
 
 
 
 
 

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: 12 cubic ft.

ACQUISITION: All items in this manuscript group were transferred to the University Libraries, M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives, in 2001.

ACCESS: Access to this record group is unrestricted.

COPYRIGHT: Requests for permission to publish material from this collection should be discussed with the head of Special Collections and Archives.


TABLE OF CONTENTS

Biographical Sketch

Scope and Content Note

Series Description

Box and Folder List:


John Mather Papers
Biographical Sketch

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John J. Mather was a public servant who held a number of positions with the State University of New York (SUNY) Central Administration. Born in 1922 in Rolfe, Iowa, Mather served in the Navy during World War II. He worked for twelve years as a high school social studies teacher and later served as secretary to the African American Institute in New York City before joining the staff of the SUNY system during the mid-1960s. Mather began his career at SUNY as one of several assistants to the Chancellor. During the late 1960s, he was involved in efforts to document and understand student unrest on the various SUNY campuses. In 1971, Mather was promoted to the position of Executive Assistant to the Chancellor. In this position he participated in the establishment of the Empire State Youth Theatre Institute, helped organized a student exchange program with Russia, oversaw a major study of the economic impact of the SUNY system, and served as the Chancellor’s representative during the conversion of the Delaware & Hudson Building in downtown Albany into a headquarters for SUNY Central. In 1978, Mather became Associate Chancellor for Continuing Education and Public Service, a position he would hold until 1984. During this time he oversaw the establishment and expansion of the New York Network, SUNY’s public television production studio.

In 1984, Mather became the Administrator of the SUNY System Business Development Services Office. Here he was responsible for creating and overseeing several programs in which the various SUNY campuses collaborated with the private sector to encourage the economic development of New York State. The Small Business Development Center (SBDC) assisted small business owners, while the SUNY Business and Industry Centers (initially referred to as Development Centers for Business) provided research, training and technical support to businesses of all sizes, including national and multinational businesses looking to expand their operations in New York State. The Export New York program, meanwhile, encouraged New York State businesses to export to countries outside the United States.

After retiring from the SUNY system in 1990, Mather became the president of Rolfe, Inc., a private consulting company which worked on establishing trade links between America and Europe. During this period Mather helped establish a sister cities program which facilitated cultural and business exchanges between Albany and Tula, Russia and Ghent, Belgium. In the mid-1990s Mather was also active in a campaign to prevent Governor Pataki from cutting the SUNY budget. He died in 2000.

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Notes

Biographical Sketch

1. “Mather, John.” Albany Times Union, July 19, 2000, B8.


John J. Mather Papers
Scope and Content Note

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This collection contains 12 cu. ft. of substantial records from Mather’s service as a SUNY administrator. The collection contains Mather’s vast correspondence with colleagues and constituents as Assistant to the SUNY Chancellor (1965-1971), Executive Assistant to the Chancellor (1971-1978) and Associate Chancellor for Public Service (1978-1984).

The collection is divided into four series. Series 1: Correspondence (1966-1990) contains blue carbon copies of Mather’s correspondence from throughout his career. This includes routine administrative correspondence as well as letters and memoranda to other SUNY administrators and to the Chancellor. It includes complete correspondence files for the years 1967, 1970 through 1972, 1977 through 1978 and 1981 through 1984 as well as partial correspondence files for the years 1966, 1968 and 1990.

Series 2: SUNY Administrative (1965-1996) contains materials related to the general administration of the State University of New York (SUNY), largely but not exclusively dating from John Mather’s service as Assistant to the Chancellor (1965-1971), Executive Assistant to the Chancellor (1971-1978) and Associate Chancellor for Public Service (1978-1984). Series 2 is divided into 4 subseries. Subseries 1: Campus Unrest (1967-1973) contains files related to student unrest on the various SUNY campuses during the late 1960s and early 1970s. This subseries is arranged alphabetically by name of campus and/or by subject matter. Nearly all of the SUNY campuses experienced some form of student unrest during this period, and several, most notably SUNY Stony Brook, experienced large-scale disruption due to riots and protests. Subseries 2: New York Network (1975-1991) contains records related to New York Network, the public-access television studio run by the State University system. Subseries 3: Subject File (1969-1996) contains subject files related to a wide variety of topics, most notably the Empire State Youth Theatre Institute and the Russian exchange student program. It is organized alphabetically by subject. Subseries 4: SUNY Publications (1965-1995) contains publications of the State University of New York central administration, including annual reports, periodicals and related documents. Many different publication series are represented in this subseries, although none of them are complete.

Series 3: SUNY System Business Development Services (1981-1995) contains material related to Mather’s service as administrator of this department and the various programs which he oversaw there. It is divided into four subseries, including a general subject file and subseries on the three main programs of the Business Development Services Office: the Small Business Development Center, the Business and Industry Centers, and Export New York.

Series 4: Rolfe, Inc. (1989-1996) contains material related to the private consulting firm which Mather ran following his retirement from the SUNY system.


John J. Mather Papers
Series Descriptions

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Series 1: Correspondence, 1966-1990 2.5 cubic ft.

Arranged chronologically, this series contains blue carbon copies of Mather’s correspondence, including routine administrative correspondence as well as letters and memoranda to other SUNY administrators and to the Chancellor. It includes complete correspondence files for the years 1967, 1970 through 1972, 1977 through 1978 and 1981 through 1984 as well as partial correspondence files for the years 1966, 1968 and 1990. The series is arranged in chronological order.

Series 2: SUNY Administrative Records, 1965-1996

This series consists of records related to the SUNY Central Administration outside of the Business Development Services Office. The majority of records date from Mather’s service as Assistant to the Chancellor, Executive Assistant to the Chancellor and [Vice Chancellor for Public Services. Series 2 is divided into four sub-series:

Subseries 1: Campus Unrest, 1967-1973 2 cubic ft.
Arranged alphabetically by subject, this sub-series contains material related to campus unrest in the SUNY system. Files related to individual SUNY campuses are organized alphabetically by campus name and interfiled with general subject headings. Campus unrest ranged from peaceful sit-ins and demonstrations to building takeovers and all-out riots. Subjects included the Vietnam War and racial tensions. In particular, this series contains an extensive file of material on SUNY Stony Brook where raids by Long Island police targeting the on-campus drug trade led on more than one occasion to riots between students and police.

Subseries 2: New York Network, 1975-1991 (bulk 1977-1984) .75 cubic ft.,
Arranged alphabetically by subject, this series contains material on the New York Network, SUNY’s public broadcasting studio.

Subseries 3: Subject File, 1969-1996 2.75 cubic ft.
This series consists of numerous subject files on various subjects, including the Empire State Youth Theatre Institute, the SUNY Russian student exchange program, studies on the economic impact of the SUNY system, the remodeling of the D&H Building, and other topics. It includes fairly extensive files of material related to three SUNY campuses, Buffalo, New Paltz and Stony Brook.

Subseries 4: SUNY Publications, 1965-1995 1 cubic ft.
This series contains printed publications issued by the SUNY Central Administration. It includes an extensive file of annual reports, various newsletters and brochures, internal and external periodicals, and other promotional and administrative materials.

Series 3: SUNY System Business Development Services, 1981-1995

This series consists records related to Mather’s service as Administrator of the SUNY System Business Development Services Office and is divided into four sub-series:

Subseries 1: General, 1982-1995 (bulk 1987-1990) .5 cubic ft.
Arranged alphabetically by subject, this series includes various subject files not related to any specific project, including files on the Port of Albany and an extensive file on the US/Canada Free Trade Agreement.

Subseries 2: Small Business Development Center (SBDC), 1983-1995 (bulk 1984-1990) .75 cubic ft.
Arranged alphabetically by subject, this series contains the records of the Small Business Development Center (SBDC). It includes annual reports, master plans, records of the Board of Directors, and various other materials related to the SBDC.

Subseries 3: Statewide Advisory Board for Development Centers for Business / Business and Industry Centers, 1981-1990 .75 cubic ft.
This subseries consists primarily Records of the Development Centers for Business / Business and Industry Centers and of the records of the Statewide Advisory Board which oversaw the Business and Industry Centers, including records of board meetings, periodicals, and the records of a July 1990 teleconference on the application of Total Quality Management.

Subseries 4: Export New York, 1985-1992 .5 cubic ft.,
This sub-series contains Records of the Export New York program, including material on the 1988 Export Now national conference in which Export New York staff participated.

Series 4: Rolfe, Inc., 1989-1996

This series contains records relating to Rolfe, Inc., the private consulting company where Mather serverd as President following his retirement from the SUNY system. It includes files on “sister city” cultural and commercial exchange programs between Albany and Ghent, Belgium and Tula, Russia, as well as an extensive file of material related to the organization Business Executives for National Security (BENS).


John J. Mather Papers
Box and Folder List

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Series 1: Correspondence, 1966-1990

Box 1
Folder

1. Correspondence, January-February 1966
2. Correspondence, March 1966
3. Correspondence, April 1966
4. Correspondence, May 1966
5. Correspondence, June 1966
6. Correspondence, January-February 1967
7. Correspondence, March-April 1967
8. Correspondence, May-June 1967
9. Correspondence, July-September 1967
10. Correspondence, October 1967
11. Correspondence, November-December 1967
12. Correspondence, August-September 1968
13. Correspondence, October-December 1968
14. Correspondence, January 1970
15. Correspondence, February-April 1970
16. Correspondence, May-June 1970
17. Correspondence, August-September 1970
18. Correspondence, October-December 1970
19. Correspondence, January-February 1971
20. Correspondence, March-April 1971
21. Correspondence, May-June 1971
22. Correspondence, July-September 1971
23. Correspondence, October-December 1971

Box 2
Folder

1. Correspondence, January-April 1972
2. Correspondence, May-August 1972
3. Correspondence, September-December 1972
4. Correspondence, January-April 1977
5. Correspondence, May-July 1977
6. Correspondence, August-September 1977
7. Correspondence, October-December 1977
8. Correspondence, January-February 1978
9. Correspondence, March-April 1978
10. Correspondence, May-June 1978
11. Correspondence, July 1978
12. Correspondence, August-December 1978
13. Correspondence, January-March 1981
14. Correspondence, April-June 1981
15. Correspondence, July-August 1981
16. Correspondence, September-October 1981
17. Correspondence, November-December 1981
18. Correspondence, January-March 1982
19. Correspondence, April-June 1982
20. Correspondence, July-October 1982
21. Correspondence, November-December 1982
22. Correspondence, January-March 1983

Box 3
Folder

1. Correspondence, April-June 1983
2. Correspondence, July-August 1983
3. Correspondence, September-October 1983
4. Correspondence, November-December 1983
5. Correspondence, January 1984
6. Correspondence, February-March 1984
7. Correspondence, April 1984
8. Correspondence, May-June 1984
9. Correspondence, July-December 1984
10. Correspondence, January-February 1990
11. Correspondence, March-May 1990
12. Correspondence, June-August 1990

John J. Mather Papers
Box and Folder List

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Series 2: SUNY Administrative Records, 1965-1996
SubSeries 1: Campus Unrest, 1967-1973

Box 3, continued
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13. Albany, 1968
14. Albany, 1969-1970
15. Binghamton, 1968-1970
16. Binghamton, 1969-1970
17. Brockport, 1969-1970
18. Buffalo, 1969-1970
19. Buffalo, 1969-1970
20. Buffalo, 1970
21. Cobleskill, 1969-1972
22. Damage Reports, 1970
23. Four-Year, Agricultural and Technical Colleges, 1970

Box 4
Folder

1. Four-Year, Agricultural and Technical Colleges, 1970
2. General, 1968-1969
3. General, 1968-1970
4. General, 1968-1970
5. General, 1970
6. General, 1970-1972
7. General & Notes, [late 1960s]
8. Insurgency Reports, 1970
9. Insurgency Reports, 1970
10. Lierheimer Memorandum, 1970
11. News Clippings, 1968-1970
12. News Clippings, 1970
13. New Paltz, 1969
14. New Paltz – Report on President Neumaier, 1970
15. New Paltz – Report on President Neumaier, 1970
16. Periodicals, 1969-1970
17. Quick Response Manual, n.d. 18. Reports from Other (Non-SUNY) Universities, 1970, n.d.
19. State Police, 1968-1970
20. Stony Brook, 1968-1969
21. Stony Brook, 1967-1973
22. Stony Brook – Cahn Report, 1969
23. Stony Brook – Drug Raid, 1969
24. Stony Brook – Hearings, 1967-1969
25. Stony Brook – Hearings, 1967-1970
26. Stony Brook – Hearings, 1968-1970
27. Stony Brook – Police Raids, 1968
28. Stony Brook – Police Raids, 1968

Box 5
Folder

1. Stony Brook – Police Raids, 1969
2. Stony Brook – Police Raids, 1969
3. Stony Brook – Police Raids – Newsprint Clippings, 1969
4. Stony Brook – Security, 1969-1972
5. Stony Brook – Security, 1969-1972
6. Students for a Democratic Society (SDS) – 1968-1971
7. Surveys – 1969-1970
8. Surveys – 1969-1970
9. Temporary State Commission to Study the Causes of Campus Unrest (Henderson Commission), 1969-1973
10. Temporary State Commission to Study the Causes of Campus Unrest (Henderson Commission), 1969-1973
11. Temporary State Commission to Study the Causes of Campus Unrest (Henderson Commission), 1969-1973

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SubSeries 2: New York Network, 1975-1991

Box 5, continued
Folder

12. Bostain, James, 1982
13. Buchman, Herman, 1981
14. Buchman, Herman, 1981
15. Buchman, Herman, 1981
16. Interaudiovisuel Paris / Foresta Proposal, 1981-1982
17. Javits, Jacob 1982-1984
18. Kennedy Event, 1984
19. Logo Options, 1982
20. Modumath (series), 1975-1984
21. Olympics, 1979-1984
22. Policy Committee, 1976-1980
23. Rate Schedules, 1981-1984
24. Services and Contracts with Private Industry, 1979-1985
25. Services and Contracts with State Agencies, 1977-1980
26. Services and Contracts with State Agencies, 1981-1985

Box 6
Folder

1. Southern Tier Docu-Promo, 1982-1984
2. Telecommunications, 1980-1981
3. Telecommunications, 1980-1982
4. Telecommunications, 1981-1982
5. Telecommunications, 1981-1984
6. Telecommunications, 1982-1984
7. Teleconferencing, 1979-1984
8. Teleproduction Department, n.d.
9. Television, 1978-1980
10. Television, 1980-1982
11. Television, 1980-1982
12. Television, 1982-1984
13. Travel, 1982-1984
14. Trustee Presentation, 1977-1980
15. Video Production Pending, 1984
16. WAMC, 1982
17. White House Correspondence, 1990-1991


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SubSeries 3: Subject File, 1969-1996

Box 6, continued
Folder

18. Chancellor’s Innovating Fund, 1971-1972
19. “Command and Control at Emergency Incidents” (Conference at SUNY-Binghamton), 1983
20. Council on International Business, 1980
21. Council on International Business, 1980-1981
22. Council on International Business, 1981-1983
23. Dedication of the Egg, 1977-1981
24. Du Mond, Arlene, 1969-1970
25. Economic Impact Studies, 1969-1979

Box 7
Folder

1. Economic Impact Study, 1972-1973
2. Economic Impact Study, 1972-1973
3. Empire State College, 1970-1971
4. Empire State College, 1971-1973
5. Empire State College Oral History Project, 1989-1991
6. Empire State Youth Theatre Institute, 1974-1975
7. Empire State Youth Theatre Institute, 1976-1977
8. Empire State Youth Theatre Institute – Proposal, 1977
9. Empire State Youth Theatre Institute, 1977-1978
10. Empire State Youth Theatre Institute, 1977-1978
11. Empire State Youth Theatre Institute, 1977-1978
12. Empire State Youth Theatre Institute, 1977-1979
13. Empire State Youth Theatre Institute, 1978
14. Empire State Youth Theatre Institute, 1981-1982
15. Equal Employment Opportunity Commissions, 1971
16. Federal Grants – Report to Trustees, 1972
17. Financing Higher Education, 1972, n.d.
18. Hudson River Club, 1990
19. Long Island and the University, 1971
20. Loose letter and clipping, 1970-1973
21. Management Efficiency, n.d. [late 1960s/early 1970s]
22. New York State Science and Technology Foundation / Batelle Institute, 1980-1981
23. New York State Science and Technology Foundation / Batelle Institute, 1981

Box 8
Folder

1. Planting Fields Arboretum property transfer, 1971
2. Planting Fields Arboretum property transfer, 1971
3. Progress Report to Presidents on Public Service, n.d.
4. Public Service Office, 1980-1982
5. Remodeling of D&H Building / SUNY Central, 1973-1975
6. Remodeling of D&H Building / SUNY Central, 1973-1975
7. Reorganization of Central Administrative Staff, 1969
8. Report on Office of Continuing Education and Public Service, 1982
9. Russian Exchange Program, 1974-1978
10. Russian Exchange Program – Report, 1984
11. Russia Trip, 1979-1980
12. Study of the Organization and Management of the Research Foundation of the State University of New York, 1974
13. SUNY Albany Children’s Theatre – Moscow Tour, 1974
14. SUNY Albany Children’s Theatre – Moscow Tour, 1974
15. SUNY Budget Cuts [?] – Legislative Gazette, vol. 19, no. 4 (January 22, 1996)
16. SUNY Buffalo – Amherst Campus, 1965-1971
17. SUNY Buffalo – Amherst Campus, 1965-1971
18. SUNY Buffalo – General, 1966-1973
19. SUNY Buffalo – General, 1969
20. SUNY Buffalo – General, 1969-1970
21. SUNY Buffalo – General, 1970-1974
22. SUNY Institute for Studies in International Terrorism, 1983
23. SUNY New Paltz – General, 1966-1967
24. SUNY New Paltz – General, 1968
25. SUNY New Paltz – General, 1968-1970
26. SUNY New Paltz – General, 1970-1975
27. SUNY New Paltz – Safety, 1969-1970

Box 9
Folder

1. SUNY Research Foundation – The Compleat Research Foundation, [late 1960s] (comb-bound volume, unfoldered)
2. SUNY Research Foundation, 1991
3. SUNY Stony Brook – Dismissal of Administrators, 1969
4. SUNY Stony Brook – Dismissal of John S. Toll, 1969-1972
5. SUNY Stony Brook – Housing, 1969-1970
6. SUNY Stony Brook – Legal Support, 1969
7. SUNY Stony Brook – Power Shutdown, 1969
8. SUNY Stony Brook – Religious Issues, 1968-1972
9. University Plaza – Clippings, 1979
10. Urban and Policy Sciences Center, 1972

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Folder

1. List of New York State Troopers [?], 1970


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SubSeries 4: SUNY Publications, 1965-1995

Box 9, continued
Folder

11. A Most Unusual Place, 1978
12. Annual Report, 1965-1966
13. Annual Report, 1966-1967
14. Annual Report, 1967-1968
15. Annual Report, 1970-1971
16. Annual Report, 1972-1973
17. Annual Report, 1974-1975
18. Annual Report, 1975-1976
19. Annual Report, 1976-1977
20. Annual Report, 1977-1978
21. Annual Report, 1980-1981
22. Annual Report, 1981-1982
23. Annual Report, 1982-1983
24. Annual Report, 1988-1989
25. Connections, Fall/Winter 1986
26. Connections, Fall/Winter 1987
27. Connections, Autumn 1990
28. Democracy’s Colleges, [late 1970s?]
29. Golden Hill no. 6, 1992
30. Guidelines for Project Directors, 1976-1977
31. Guidelines for Project Directors, 1977-1978
32. Higher Education in New York State: A Report to Governor Nelson A. Rockefeller, 1971
33. Information About Your State University of New York, 1974
34. Initial Report of the University Commission on Purposes and Priorities, 1973
35. Investment Needs: Engineering and the Engineering Technologies, 1982
36. Master Plan, 1968
37. Master Plan, 1972
38. Master Plan, 1976
39. The News vol. 9 no. 1, January 1980
40. The News vol. 12 no. 3, March-April 1983
41. The News vol. 13 no. 3, April 1984
42. The News vol. 14 no. 1, January-February 1985
43. Profiles of the Two-Year and Four-Year Undergraduate Colleges, [mid-1970s?]
44. Project Director’s Handbook, 1988
45. The Purposes of the University: A Draft, 1970
46. Report of the 1973 Commission on Regionalism, 1973
47. Situation Report on the State University Operating Budget, 1969-1970
48. State University Plaza, 1978
49. Studies in Public Higher Education nos. 1 and 2, 1992
50. SUNY Facts Book, 1981

Box 10
Folder

1. SUNY in Brief, 1989
2. SUNY Public Service Links Memo, nos. 3, 4, 5, April-December 1983
3. The SUNY Watch, 1994-1995
4. The Third Dimension: Public Services of the State University of New York, 1978
5. Toward Educational Opportunity for All, 1966
6. Toward Tomorrow, [late 1970s?]
7. Training & Retraining Programs Sampler, [mid-1980s?]
8. The University and the Human Condition: Projections for the Future, 1973
9. University Awards, 1976-1977

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Folder

2. An Organizational Description of Central Staff Submitted to the Board of Trustees, 1977


John J. Mather Papers
Box and Folder List

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Series 3: SUNY System Business Development Services, 1981-1995
SubSeries 1: General, 1982-1995

Box 10 continued
Folder

10. Ghent Delegation / Mayor Whalen, 1989-1990
11. Hungary Project, 1990
12. Hungary Project, 1990
13. Letters re: Retirement of John J. Mather, 1990
14. Miscellaneous, 1987-1995
15. New York State Broadcasters’ Association, Inc. – Directory, n.d. [late 1980s?]
16. New York State Industrial Effectiveness Program, [1989?]
17. Personnel, 1987
18. Port of Albany, 1982-1995
19. Port of Albany, 1982-1995
20. Report on Workload, undated
21. SUNY History file, 1990-1995
22. US/Canada Free Trade Agreement, 1987
23. US/Canada Free Trade Agreement, 1989
24. US/Canada Free Trade Agreement, 1989
25. US/Canada Free Trade Agreement, 1989
26. US/Canada Free Trade Agreement, 1989-1990
27. Video Marketing, 1989-1990

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SubSeries 2: Small Business Development Center, 1983-1995 [bulk 1984-1990]

Box 10 continued
Folder

28. Advisory Board, 1984
29. Advisory Board, 1990
30. Annual Report, 1986-1987
31. Annual Report, 1987-1988
32. Annual Report, 1987-1988
33. Annual Report, 1988-1989
34. Annual Report, 1988-1989
35. Board Meeting 7/20/1989
36. Board Meeting 2/27/1990
37. Budget Request, 1990-1991
38. Decker File, 1985-1986
39. Funding Memo, 1990
40. General, 1983-1986
41. General, 1984-1986

Box 11
Folder

1. General, 1984-1989
2. General, 1986-1990
3. General, 1987-1989
4. General, 1990-1995
5. Master Plan, 1987-1988
6. Master Plan, 1989-1990
7. Master Plan, 1989-1990
8. Master Plan, 1990-1991
9. Master Plan, 1990-1991
10. “Meeting with Dr. Komisar and Jane Graham, February 16, 1990”
11. New York City Office, 1986
12. New York State Job Training Partnership Council, 1990-1991
13. Personnel Reorganization, 1984-1987
14. Program Announcement, 1987
15. Proposal, 1984
16. Publications, 1986-1988
17. Reporting Requirements, 1985
18. Small Business Planner, 1988
19. Standard Operating Procedure Manual, 1988
20. Standard Operating Procedure Manual, 1988

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Subseries 3: Statewide Advisory Board of Development Centers for Business / Business and Industry Centers, 1981-1990

Box 11 continued
Folder

21. Advisory Board, 1985
22. Board Meetings, 1983-1984
23. Board Meetings, 1983-1984
24. Board Meeting, 6/28/1989
25. Board Meeting, 11/17/1989
26. Board Meeting, 2/9/1990
27. Board Meeting, 5/16/1990
28. Board Meeting, 7/26/1990
29. Fliers and Pamphlets, 1985, n.d
30. General, 1981-1989
31. General, 1983
32. General, 1983-1985
33. General, 1984-1986
34. General, 1986-1989
35. General, 1986-1990
36. General, 1987
37. General, 1989

Box 12
Folder

1. General, 1989-1993
2. Index (periodical), 1989-1990
3. Inter-Tell (periodical), 1987-1989
4. Newsletter Prospectus, 1986
5. Total Quality Management teleconference, 7/21/1990
6. Total Quality Management teleconference, 7/21/1990

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Subseries 4: Export New York, 1985-1992

Box 12
Folder

7. Canada/US Trade Center at SUNY Buffalo, 1989
8. Clippings, 1989
9. Directory of Importers and Exporters, Capital District, N.Y., 1989
10. Export Now National Conference, 1988
11. General, 1985-1992
12. General, 1989-1990
13. India, 1989
14. International Trade Competitiveness Act, 1990
15. Optometry Export Conference, 1989
16. Program Guides for Export Promotion and Step-By-Step Guide to Development of Export Assistance Seminars for Business and Industry, undated
17. US/Canada Free Trade Agreement, 1987-1990
18. Washington, D.C. trip, 1989


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Series 4: Rolfe, Inc., 1989-1996

Box 12 continued
Folder

19. Alabama, 1991
20. Appignani, Georgiana, 1990-1991
21. Belgium, 1990-1992
22. Belgium, 1990-1992
23. Belgium – Port of Antwerp Seminar, 1991
24. Business Executives for National Security (BENS), 1989-1992
25. Business Executives for National Security (BENS), 1989-1993
26. Business Executives for National Security (BENS), 1992-1994
27. Business Executives for National Security (BENS), 1993-1994
28. Business Executives for National Security (BENS), 1994-1996
29. Center for Economic Growth, 1992-1996
30. Dittrich, Charles, 1991
31. Folmsbee, Joan, 1992-1994
32. Freedman, Irving, 1994-1995
33. Friends of World Maritime University, 1995-1996
34. Kinney, Sheldon H., 1993-1995
35. “Plan for Videomarketing Products of U.S. Companies to Pre-Selected European Companies via Worldnet”, 1991
36. Tula (Russia), 1992


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