M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives

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Finding Aid for the
Eliot Howland Lumbard
Papers, 1944-1999, 2001, 2006, Undated
(APAP-071)

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

Finding Aid compiled by
John Grayshaw
August 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: 52.55 cubic ft.

ACQUISITION: This manuscript group was donated to the University Libraries, M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives, by Eliot Lumbard in May 1999 and prior. Additional accessions were deposited by Martin Greenberg in 2002. Eliot Lumbard transferred an additional 44.7 cubic feet of material in September 2005, October 2005 and December 2006.

ACCESS: Access to portions of the collection may be restricted. Please see the series list below and consult the Head of Special Collections and Archives.

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

Biographical Sketch

Scope and Content Note

Series Descriptions

Box and Folder List


Eliot Howland Lumbard
Biographical Sketch

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Eliot Howland Lumbard practiced law for 40 years as an associate or partner in various New York and Pennsylvania firms. In addition to his private practice, he compiled a distinguished record in government service, including service on several commissions to investigate, combat, and control crime, and as a key advisor on crime to New York State Governor Nelson A. Rockefeller.

Lumbard was born in Fairhaven, MA on May 6, 1925. He received a B.S. from the Merchant Marine Academy in 1945, a B.S. in Economics from the Wharton School of Finance and Commerce at the University of Pennsylvania in 1949 and his J.D. from Columbia University in 1952. He was admitted to the New York State Bar in 1953 and the U. S. Supreme Court Bar in 1959. In addition, in 2005 he received an honorary Doctorate of Science from the United States Merchant Marine Academy.

Following his admission to the Bar, he began his legal career in government service. From 1953-1956 he was an Assistant United States Attorney in the Southern District of New York. During this time, he was assigned to a wide variety of both civil and criminal matters. From 1958-1961 he was Chief Counsel of the New York State Commission of Investigation. Governor W. Averell Harriman signed the Commission of Investigation into law on April 25, 1958 and charged the Commission with the duty and power to conduct investigations in connection with organized crime and racketeering, the conduct of public officers and public employees and any matter concerning the public peace, public safety and public justice. In his role, Lumbard organized and directed many large and complex investigations, including the investigation of the police departments in Buffalo, Rochester, and Syracuse, as well as investigating organized crime, harness racing, bingo, the New York City school construction program, and Albany real estate tax delinquencies. In 1961 Governor Nelson A. Rockefeller hired Lumbard as Special Assistant Counsel for Law Enforcement, a position he held until 1967. As a key Rockefeller advisor, Lumbard discussed many ideas and issues related to the socials problem of crime and crime control. Lumbard organized the Oyster Bay Conferences on Organized Crime (1963-1967), developed the New York State Information and Intelligence System (NYSIIS) which was the first computer-based criminal justice record system that included individual criminal histories and proposed creating a school of criminal justice, eventually established at the University at Albany in 1965.

During his career in private practice, Lumbard worked on many cases of commercial litigation on finance and bankruptcy matters. Some of his cases included: counsel to Charles Seligson and trustee in bankruptcy of Ira Haupt and Co. (1964-1973), a large Wall Street case known as the salad oil debacle in 1963; trustee in bankruptcy of Universal Money Order Co., Inc. (1977-1982) which was the nation’s largest consumer bankruptcy; and trustee in Roy Cohn proceedings who was accused of professional misconduct. In the early 1970s, he represented the Center for Reproductive and Sexual Health (CRASH), located in New York City and at the time the largest freestanding abortion clinic in the world. CRASH opened in 1970 after New York legalized abortion.

Lumbard worked in academe as a lecturer at the New York University Law School from 1963-1965 and as an Adjunct Professor of Law and Criminal Justice at John Jay College from 1975-1985. From 1967-1969, Lumbard researched and wrote an unpublished work titled “Harm to Each Other: Crime and Crime Control in America”.

In addition, Lumbard served as director or trustee of many organizations including the New York Police Foundation, Inc. (1971-1991) and the New York State Maritime Museum (1969-1980). Lumbard was a member of many professional organizations including the Association of the Bar of the City of New York, the International Bar Association, the New York Bar Association and the American Bar Association.

Currently, he is retired and living in Nashua, NH.


Eliot Howland Lumbard
Scope & Content Note

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The Eliot Lumbard Papers document the life’s work of a lawyer who devoted himself towards both public service and private practice with equal vigor and success. The collection is arranged into 12 series: Series 1: U.S. Attorney’s Office, Southern District of New York; Series 2: New York State Commission of Investigation; Series 3: Special Assistant Counsel for Law Enforcement to New York State Governor Nelson A. Rockefeller; Series 4: Other Public Service, Professional Associations and Organizations; Series 5: Publications; Series 6: Private Practice; Series 7: Teaching; Series 8: Correspondence; Series 9: Personal Files; Series 10: Subject Files; Series 11: Audio/Visual. Series 5 and 6 are further divided into two subseries each.

The Lumbard papers are useful to scholars, students and historians studying New York State government of the 1960s, bankruptcy cases, SUNY Albany, and criminal justice. The entire collection totaling nearly 53 cubic feet contains records from his public and private sector work which he had commercially bound. The collection includes: correspondence, memorandum, press releases, reports, court proceedings, notes, speeches, journal articles, academic papers, drafts, newspaper clippings, and background research.

All of the significant positions that Lumbard held are represented in this collection including his service as Assistant U.S. Attorney 1953-1956, Chief Counsel for the New York State Commission of Investigation, 1958-1961, and Special Assistant Counsel for Law Enforcement to New York State Governor Nelson A. Rockefeller, 1961-1967. Also of significant interest are his records from private practice cases including: counsel to Charles Seligson and trustee in bankruptcy of Ira Haupt and Co. (1964-1973); formation of the University at Albany’s School of Criminal Justice; review panel to disbar to Roy Cohn, accused of professional misconduct; and representation of the Center for Reproductive and Sexual Health in the early 1970s.

Access to individual legal case files in Series 1 and 6 may be restricted. Consult the head of the M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives for details.


Eliot Howland Lumbard
Series Descriptions

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Series 1: U.S. Attorney’s Office, Southern District of New York, 1953-1958, 1989, Undated, Bulk 1953-1958, 2.0 cubic ft. (POTENTIAL RESTRICTIONS)

This series consists of records from Lumbard’s position as Assistant United States Attorney in the Southern District of New York. During this time Lumbard was assigned to a wide variety of both civil and criminal matters. This series is organized alphabetically and includes memorandum, news clippings, trial briefs, procedures and forms. Please consult the head of the M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives for details about restricted individual legal case files.

Series 2: New York State Commission of Investigation, 1958-1974, 1983-1991, Undated, Bulk 1958-1974, 4.3 cubic ft.

This series consists of records from Lumbard’s position as Chief Counsel for the New York State Commission of Investigations. During this time, Lumbard organizied and directed many large and complex investigations. This series contains records of investigations of police departments, organized crime and gambling. It is organized alphabetically and includes notes, memorandum, correspondence, speeches, reports, press releases, news clippings, court proceedings and public hearings.

Series 3: Special Assistant Counsel for Law Enforcement to New York State Governor Nelson A. Rockefeller, 1956-1996, Undated [Dates not inclusive], Bulk 1959-1971, 8.15 cubic ft.

This series consists of records from Lumbard’s position as Special Assistant Counsel for Law Enforcement to Governor Nelson A. Rockefeller. Lumbard served the governor in many capacities. He was an advisor on the social problems of crime and crime control, as well as a liaison from the executive chamber to criminal justice agencies and the courts in New York State. This series is organized alphabetically and contains records regarding the programs Lumbard organized and/or initiated including: the Oyster Bay Conference on Crime also known as the Governor’s Conferences on Crime; the New York State Information and Intelligence System (NYSIIS); investigations into organized crime and gambling; State Department of Crime Control. The series also contains correspondence, biographical information about Nelson A. Rockefeller and research into issues such as racial violence, politics and criminal justice.

Series 4: Other Public Service, Professional Associations and Organizations, 1952-2006, Undated [Dates not inclusive], 7.3 cubic ft.

This series consists of records from Lumbard’s other positions in public service, with professional associations, and other organizations. He worked as Chief Criminal Justice Consultant to the New Jersey State Legislature, 1967-1969, and an advisor to Charles McCurdy Mathias Jr. of Maryland during his successful 1968 Senate campaign. He was a member of several professional associates including: the Association of the Bar of the City of New York, the American Bar Association and the International Bar Association. He also worked in a wide variety of organizations during his professional career, including the New York City Police Foundation (trustee 1971-1991, chairman 1971-1974, 1977) and the New York State Maritime Museum (trustee 1969-1980). He was a member of the Citizen’s Crime Commission, the Criminal Justice Coordinating Council, John Lindsay for Mayor, and the Republican National Committee, Task Force on Crime. This series is arranged alphabetically and contains folders and bound volumes and includes such materials as: reports, press releases, meeting minutes, directories, new clippings, academic papers, press packets, newsletters, photos, memos, transcripts and notes.

Series 5: Publications, 1957-1973, 1978-1984, 1986, Undated, Bulk 1966-1970, 13.3 cubic ft.

Subseries 1: Harm to Each Other: Crime and Crime Control in America, 1957-1973

This subseries contains several years of research material and drafts of an unpublished manuscript “Harm to Each Other: Crime and Crime Control in America.” The research is organized chronologically and encompasses a wide variety of subjects including: street crimes, organized crime, juvenile delinquency, racial issues, police departments, courts and law, parole, citizen action, and federal, state, and local government interaction.

Subseries 2: Additional Publications, 1963-1986 [Dates not inclusive]

This subseries is organized alphabetically and contains some of Lumbard’s published materials and other research, including his work on another manuscript with Philip John Stead entitled, “World Criminal Justice Systems.”

Series 6: Private Practice, 1953, 1961, 1963-1999, Undated, 9.3 cubic ft. (POTENTIAL RESTRICTIONS)

This series concerns Lumbard’s career as an attorney where he specialized in general commercial litigation, including serving as legal representation for brokers, investment bankers and on bankruptcy matters. Some of his significant cases were: counsel to Charles Seligson, trustee in bankruptcy of Ira Haupt and Co.; trustee in bankruptcy of Universal Money Order Co., Inc; Chairman of the Board, Palisades Life Insurance Company, formerly Equity Funding Life Insurance Company of New York; special master in admiralty of Hellenic Lines, Ltd.; counsel to Cyprus Minerals Company; trustee in Roy Cohn proceedings. He also represented the New York City abortion clinic, the Center for Reproductive and Sexual Health (CRASH). Please consult the head of the M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives for details about restricted individual legal case files.

Subseries 1: Subseries 1: Cases, 1961, 1963-1999, Undated

This subseries is organized by case and includes court proceedings, statements, transcripts, memos, notes on court strategies, motions, and news clippings.

Subseries 2: Subseries 2: Firms, 1953, 1963-1975, 1977-1990, Undated

This subseries is organized by law firm and contains directories, manuals, financials, correspondence, and reports.

Series 7: Teaching, 1962-1999, Undated, 2.15 cubic ft.

This series concerns Lumbard’s work as an adjunct professor and lecturer at John Jay College, Rutgers University, and SUNY Albany. It is organized in alphabetically and contains course readings, lecture notes, course booklets, bulletins, academic papers, and correspondence.

Series 8: Correspondence, 1959-1964, 1966-1967, 1971-1992, 1.3 cubic ft.

This series contains Lumbard’s general, office and personal correspondence. It is arranged chronologically.

Series 9: Personal Files, 1944-2001, Undated [Dates not inclusive], 1.3 cubic ft.

This series contains Lumbard’s personal files. It contains his military papers, professional certificates and awards, curriculum vitae, FBI File, directories, as well as other personal items.

Series 10: Subject Files, 1960-1973, 1975-1999, Undated, 3.0 cubic ft.

This series contains criminal justice material that Lumbard devoted his life towards studying. The first sub-series contains folders organized alphabetically and includes: journal articles, booklets, pamphlets, news clippings, and reports. The second sub-series contains folders organized chronologically and includes: news clippings, journal articles, reports, press releases, memos, notes and academic papers.

Series 11: Audio, 1963, Undated, .45 cubic ft.

This series contains 7” audio reels concerning criminal justice organized alphabetically.


Eliot Howland Lumbard
Box and Folder List

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Series 1: U.S. Attorney’s Office, Southern District of New York, 1953-1989, Undated, Bulk 1953-1958 (POTENTIAL RESTRICTIONS), 2.0 cubic ft.

Box 1

Folder

1. U.S. Attorney’s Office general files, 1954-1956
2. Bicentennial Celebration, 1989
3. Directory of Assistant United States Attorneys, Southern District of New York, 1955-1958
4. Eliot Lumbard’s Cardboard Name Plaques, Undated
5-6. Handbook of Civil Division, U.S. Attorney’s Office, 1956
7-8.“Proving Federal Cases, Second ed. Manual, U.S. Attorney’s Office, 1957
8. Reassignment and Closing Memoranda, 1953-1954
9. Tax Investigation, 1954-1955
10. New York State Crime Commission, Report, 1953
11. Briefs and Records Vol. 1, Undated, Bound
12. Briefs and Records Vol. 2, Undated, Bound

Box 2

Folder

1. Briefs and Records Vol. 3, Undated, Bound
2. Vol. 1, Selected Memoranda, Trial Briefs, Procedures and Forms, 1953-1956, Bound
3. Vol. 3, Selected Memoranda, Trial Briefs, Procedures and Forms, 1953-1956, Bound
4. Vol. 4, Selected Memoranda, Trial Briefs, Procedures and Forms, 1953-1956, Bound


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Series 2: New York State Commission of Investigation, 1958-1974, 1983-1991, Undated, Bulk 1958-1974, 4.3 cubic ft.

Box 1
Folder

1. NYS Attorney General, Duties, Memos, Report, 1959-1960
2. Attorney’s Resumes, 1958-1960
3. Civil Service, Notes, Memos, 1958-1960
4. Committee on Law Enforcement, Notes, 1959
5. Conference, 1959
6. Correspondence and News Clippings, 1983-1991
7. Correspondence and Notes, 1959-1961
8. Correspondence, includes Eliot Lumbard’s Resignation, 1961
9. Discrimination complaints, Memos, Notes, 1959
10. District Attorney Conventions, Report, Original Draft, 1960
11. Election Law, Notes, Undated
12. Eavesdropping Procedures, 1959-1960
13. First Report to Governor and Legislature of New York, 1959
14. Immunity, Notes, 1958
15. Internal Revenue Service, Conference, Notes, 1958
16. Interviews, Staff, Notes, 1958-1961
17. An Investigation of Law Enforcement in Buffalo, 1961
18. Investigation Procedures, 1957-1960; Statements by Mayor Robert Wagner, 1960
19. Investigators, Applications, Assessments, 1959-1960
20. Judge J. Irwin Shapiro, Addresses, 1955-1957
21. “Legislative Crime Investigation Commissions in Five States,” 1960
22. Legislative Programs, Memos, Notes, 1959-1960
23. Litigation, Assignment Lists, 1959
24. Mary Krone Investigation, 1959
25. Meeting Notes, 1958-1961
26. Newspaper, Editorial Writers, 1960
27. News Releases, 1958-1959
28. New York City Prisoner Release, 1985
29. New York State Library, Inventories, 1960
30. Policy, Resolutions, 1958-1960
31. Proposed Budget Request, 1961-1962
32. Questionnaire, Memos, 1960
33. Quinn, Notes, Memo, Undated
34. Reports, 1959
35. Report, Improving Westchester County Police, 1964
36. Report on Syndicated Gambling, 1961
37. Salaries, List, 1960
38. Speeches, Outlines, Undated
39. Staff Meeting, Notes, Memo, Undated
40. State Police Intelligence Unit, Memos, 1958-1959
41. Statistics, Tax, Notes, Memos, 1959-1960
42. Use of Lie Detector, 1960
43. Vacation Schedules, 1959
44. Wessel Investigation, Subpoenas, Memos, 1959
45. Wire Tapping Equipment, Memos, 1959

Box 2

Folder

1. Briefs and Records vol. 4, Undated, Bound
2. Briefs and Records vol. 5, Undated, Bound
3. Briefs and Records vol. 6, Undated, Bound
4. Briefs and Records vol. 10, Undated, Bound
5. Briefs and Records vol. 12, Undated, Bound
6. Commission of Investigation, Vol. 1, Agenda, 1958-1961, Bound

Box 3

Folder

1. Vol. 1, Reports, 1959-1963, Bound
2. Vol. 2, Litigation Memoranda, Undated, Bound
3. Vol. 2, Reports, 1964-1974, Bound
4. Vol. 2a, Hearing Rules, Commission Memoranda, Undated, Bound
5. Vol. 3, Outlines for Hearings Buffalo and Ithaca Police Departments, Undated, Bound

Box 4

Folder

1. Vol. 4, Reports, 1959-1961, Bound
2. Vol. 5, Reports, 1962-1966, Bound

Box 5

Folder

1. Vol. 6, Reports, 1967-1974, Bound


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Series 3: Special Assistant Counsel for Law Enforcement to New York State Governor Nelson A. Rockefeller, 1956-1996 [Dates not inclusive], Undated, Bulk 1959-1971, 8.15 cubic ft.

Box 1
Folder

1. Civilian Review Board, News Releases, Reports, 1965-1966
2. Conference, “Citizen Action and Leadership Against Crime and Delinquency,” Emergency Conference, Program, Reports, November 1967
3. Conference, Crime Conference, 1966 (Oversized Folder)
4. Conference, Crime Conference Booklets, 1966
5. Conference, Crime Conference Folder, 1966, Personal Notebook of Eliot Lumbard
6. Conference, Crime Conference Folder 1966, Personal Notebook of Governor Rockefeller
7. Conference, Crime Conference Memos, 1966
8. Conference, Governor Rockefeller’s Conference on Crime, 1966
9. Conference, Governor’s Conference on Alcohol Problems, 1971
10. Conference, Governor’s Conference on Crime, 1982
11. Conference, Governor’s Conference on Crime Participants, 1967
12. Conference, Governor’s Conference, Follow-up, Notes, Correspondence, 1966
13. Conference, Governor’s Conference Proceedings, 1966
14. Conference, Governor’s Crime Conference, Correspondence and Press Releases, 1966
15. Conferences, Governor’s Crime Conference, 1965-1966; Reports, Organized Crime, Task Force on Addictions
16. Conference, Oyster Bay Conferences, Agenda of Fourth Conference, 1966; Report, “A Theory of Organized Crime Control: A Preliminary Statement,” 1966
17. Conference, Oyster Bay Conferences, Correspondence, 1966
18. Conference, Oyster Bay Conference, Governor Rockefeller Press Release, 1966
19. Conference, Oyster Bay Conference, National Organized Crime Intelligence Board, 1966-1967
20. Conference, Oyster Bay Conference Report, 1965
21. Conference, Oyster Bay Conference, Report on Fifth Conference, 1967
22. Conference, Oyster Bay Conference Reunion, 1979-1980
23. Conference, Probation Conferences, Parole, Reports, 1959-1967
24. Correspondence, 1960-1961
25. Correspondence, 1961-1962
26. Correspondence, 1961-1963; Report on the Utilization of State Police to Combat Organized Crime, 1958
27. Correspondence, 1962
28-29. Correspondence, 1963
30. Correspondence, 1963-1966

Box 2

Folder

1. Correspondence, 1964
2. Correspondence, January-August, 1965
3. Correspondence, September-December, 1965
4. Correspondence, 1966
5. Correspondence, January-June, 1966
6. Correspondence, July-December, 1966
7. Correspondence 1967
8. Correspondence, January-April 1967
9. Correspondence, May-December 1967
10. Correspondence, 1968
11. Correspondence, Sol Neil Corbin, 1961-1963
12. Correspondence, Sol Neil Corbin, 1965
13. Correspondence, Robert Douglas, 1966-1967
14. Corruption, Grand Jury Associations, Report and News Clippings, 1965-1966
15. Corruption, Legislative Remedies, 1966
16. Corruption, Local Crime Commissions, News Clippings, 1966
17. Corruption, Massachusetts, News Clippings, 1966
18. Corruption, News Clippings, 1965
19. Crime Commissions, Citizen Action, Reports, News Clippings, 1966
20. Crime Control, Security and Alarm Systems, News Clippings, Reports, 1969
21. Administration of Criminal Justice, Speech by Eliot Lumbard, 13th Moran Institute of Delinquency and Crime, 1962
22-23. Appraisal of the Administration of Criminal Justice in New York State, 1966
24. “Civil Liberties and the War on Crime,” Lecture by Claude Kirk, Governor of Florida, 1967
25. “Crime in New York State,” Summary Paper, 1958
26. Crime Statements Meeting with Al Abrahams, Notes, 1968
27. Crime Statistics, 1962-1966; “The Administration of Criminal Justice in New York State,” Speech by Eliot Lumbard, 1962

Box 3

Folder

1. Criminal Justice Legislation, News Clippings, Reports, 1964-1966
2. “Criminal Law and Equal Justice,” by Charles Breitel; Press Releases, 1966
3. Goals and Notes, 1964
4. Governor’s Bill Proposal, Governor’s Press Releases, 1966-1967; Report, “New Concepts for Protection of the Persons and Property of the Public,” 1967
5. Criminal Justice, Governor’s Press Releases, 1966; Facts, 1966; Reports, A New Program for Public Protection in New York
6. Juvenile Delinquency, Task Force Members, 1959
7. Legislative Program, Memos, Notes, News Releases, 1964
8. News Clippings, Press Releases, Notes, 1967
9. State Government News, Newsletters, 1970
10. News Releases, 1969-1971
11. New York City Crime, Reports, 1965
12. New York State Government Booklets on Criminal Justice, 1961-1965
13. New York State Government Pamphlets Criminal Justice, 1959-1967
14. Criminal Justice Press Release and Booklet, 1962
15. Press Releases, Rockefeller, Lindsay, New York City Police, 1969-1973
16. Queens Federation of Civic Councils, Speech, October 1966
17. Report, “Administration of Criminal Justice in New York State,” by Eliot Lumbard, 1962
18. Report on Administration of Criminal Justice in New York State, 1966
19. Reports, Memos, Related Material, 1970-1971
20. Weapons, Press Release, News Clippings, 1969
21. Eliot H. Lumbard, Special Assistant Counsel, Appointment, News Release, Memos, 1960, 1961; 7 B+W Photos, Headshots of Eliot Lumbard, Proofs Only; 1 B+W Photo of Eliot Lumbard and Nelson Rockefeller
22. EHL, Schedule, September 1966
23. Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC), Reports, 1964-1966
24. Fraud, News Clippings, 1966
25. Gambling, “Gambling Devices Within the United States,” A National Report with Emphasis on Maryland, 1963; Related News Clippings, 1958-1966
26. Gambling, Off-Track Betting, Hartford Connecticut, Governor’s Report, November 1965
27. Gambling, Off-Track Betting, Memos, News Clippings, 1961
28. Gambling, Off-Track Betting, Radio Reports, 1962-1964
29-30. Gambling, Off-Track Betting, Reports, Correspondence, 1959-65
31-32. Gambling, Off-Track Betting, Reports, Memos, Notes, 1961-1963
33. Gambling, Tannenbaum, Yonkers Raceway, Investigation, Report, October 1966

Box 4

Folder

1. Municipal Police Training Council, Memos, Notes, 1962-1964
2. Municipal Police Training Council, Proceedings, August 1963
3. NAR, A+E Biography, “Nelson Rockefeller- Passionate Millionaire,” VHS, 1996
4. NAR, Campaign Issues, Memos, 1966
5. NAR, Campaign Literature, 1966
6. NAR, Congressional Delegation, Telegram, Draft, 1966
7. NAR, Governor’s Reunion Dinner, 1987
8. NAR, Governor’s Speech on Gun Control and Research Material, 1968
9. NAR, Rockefeller Ad combating Drugs, Undated
10. NAR, Rockefeller Article, 1977
11. NAR, Rockefeller and Empire State Plaza, 1979-1984
12. NAR, Rockefeller Institute Bulletin, Tenth Anniversary, 1992
13. NAR, Rockefeller Institute Public Service Award Winners, Tenth Anniversary Dinner, Political Cartoons by Hy Rosen, 1992
14. NAR, Rockefeller Magazine Articles, 1978-1979
15. NAR, Rockefeller for President, 1968
16. NAR, Nelson A. Rockefeller Public Service Award Dinner, 1990
17. NAR, Nelson A. Rockefeller Public Service Award Dinner, 1991
18. NAR, Tax Estimates, News Release, July 1970
19. Narcotics, Drug Crime Prevention, 1970-1973
20. Narcotics, Narcotic Addiction, Commission, Summary Reports, June 1966
21. Narcotics, News Releases, 1966
22. New York State Identification and Intelligence System (NYSIIS), 1971-1979
23. NYSIIS, Ad Hoc Computer Evaluation Committee Report, 1966
24. NYSIIS, Background Literature, “The Cranky Godfather of the Computer,” 1964
25. NYSIIS, Booklets, Undated
26-27. NYSIIS, Britain, Correspondence with British Officials, 1964-1967
28. NYSIIS, Britain, Feasibility Report for National Police Records System, 1966
29. NYSIIS, “Computer-Based Responses to the New York State Criminal Justice Community’s Need to Know,” by Eliot Lumbard, Biennial Conference New York University, 1970
30. NYSIIS, Computers and Privacy, Journal Articles, 1965-1966
31. NYSIIS, Contract Negotiations and Notes, 1964
32. NYSIIS, Correspondence, 1962-1965
33. NYSIIS, Correspondence, 1964-1965
34. NYSIIS, Cost Analysis, 1963

Box 5

Folder

1. NYSIIS, Electronic Data Processing, 1963-1964
2. NYSIIS, “Electronic Data Processing for the Administration of Justice Systems and the Enforcement of Law,” speech by Eliot Lumbard, conference on Electronic Data Processing, 1964
3. NYSIIS, “Executive Orientation on Electronic Data Processing,” Presented to Bankers Trust Company by Ramo-Wooldrige Corporation, 1956
4. NYSIIS, Feasibility Report and Recommendations, 1963
5. NYSIIS, “Fundamentals of Electronic Data Processing,” Honeywell Electronic Data Processing, 1964
6. NYSIIS, History of NYSIIS, 1995
7. NYSIIS, Job Descriptions, 1966-1968
8. NYSIIS, “Lawyer’s Concern with Computer Installation,” by F. G. Awalt, 1966
9. NYSIIS, “Model State Statute for Criminal Offender Record Information Systems,” California, Final Draft, 1971
10. NYSIIS “One Step Behind- One Step Ahead,” Film Reel, 1965, (Oversized, not in a box)
11. NYSIIS, Preliminary Draft of a Security and Privacy Policy, 1967
12. NYSIIS, Program Justification for the 1967, 1968 Budget
13. NYSIIS, “Project Status Reports,” 1966
14. NYSIIS, “Proposal to Study Feasibility of Law Enforcement Officials Using Electronic Data Processing,” 1963
15. NYSIIS, Proposed Security Policy Guide, 1967
16. NYSIIS, “Recommendations to the Governor Regarding the Criminal Justice System,” 1982
17. NYSIIS, Reports, 1963-1966
18. NYSIIS, Report, “Information Sharing: The Hidden Challenge in Criminal Justice,” Undated
19. NYSIIS, Report “Security System for Organized Intelligence Capability,” Undated
20. NYSIIS, Research, 1966-1968
21. NYSIIS, “SDC Proposal 382; An Integrated Selective Information Processing System for the State of New York,” System Development Corporation, 1963
22. NYSIIS, Security Reports, 1966-1967
23. NYSIIS, Security Review, Advisory Committee Meeting Minutes, Sept. 1966
24. NYSIIS, “Six-Hour Course on Electronic Data Processing,” Conducted for Bankers Trust Company by Ramo-Wooldrige Corporation, circa 1956
25. NYSIIS, Standardized Data Elements for Criminal History Files, California Crime Technological Research Foundation, Undated
26. NYSIIS, Study of Crime Statistics in Massachusetts, 1964
27. NYSIIS, System Development Corporation Contact, 1963
28. NYSIIS, Various Files, 1961-1977
29. NYSIIS, Various Files, 1964-1975
30. NYSIIS, Various Papers on Privacy/Security and Computer Systems, 1966-1967
31. NYSIIS, Westchester, Speech, 1966

Box 6

Folder

1. NYSIIS, “Development of NYSIIS,” vol. 1, 1963-1964, Bound
2. NYSIIS, “Development of NYSIIS,” vol. 2, 1965-1966, Bound
3. NYSIIS, “Development of NYSIIS,” vol. 3, 1967-1970, Bound

Box 7

Folder

1. NYSIIS, “Development of NYSIIS,” vol. 4, 1967-1970, Bound
2. Organized Crime, Atlanta Commission on Crime and Juvenile Delinquency, Report, December 1965
3. Organized Crime, Attorney General Regional Program, Memo, April 1967
4. Organized Crime, Baltimore, Reports, 1961-1966
5. Organized Crime, Bibliography, circa 1965
6. Organized Crime, Canada, Federal Provincial Conference, Commissioner G. B. McClellan, Report, January 1966
7. Organized Crime, “Combating Organized Crime,” Comments Only, 1966; 2 Photos of Rockefeller and Staff
8. Organized Crime, Committee Report, News Releases, 1972
9. Organized Crime, Correspondence, 1966
10. Organized Crime, “A Current Picture of Organized Crime,” 1966
11. Organized Crime, Federal Agency Requests, Directorate, Memos, 1965
12. Organized Crime, Federal Legislation, Program Status Report, Related Materials, 1966
13. Organized Crime, “The Federal Response,” Report, Undated
14. Organized Crime, Houston Crime Commission, Fifth Annual Report, December, 1962
15. Organized Crime, Illinois Institute of Technology (IIT) Symposium, Program, Reports, March 7-9, 1967
16. Organized Crime, Intelligence, NYSIIS, Report, 1966-1967
17. Organized Crime, International Association of Chiefs of Police, 72nd Annual Conference, Report, October 2-7, 1965
18. Organized Crime, Interpol Reports, Notes, 1962-1965
19. Organized Crime, Law Enforcement Assistance (LEA) Commission, Reports, Memos, 1966
20. Organized Crime, Law Enforcement Intelligence Unit, Organization, Rules and Procedures, 1966
21. Organized Crime, Loan Sharks, Correspondence and News Clippings, 1963-1966
22. Organized Crime, Mafia, News Clippings, 1966
23. Organized Crime, “The Mafia Talks,” Drafts and Notes, 1969
24. Organized Crime, Miscellaneous, 1966
25. Organized Crime, National Organized Crime Intelligence Board, Proposal, 1967
26. Organized Crime, News Clippings, 1965-1966
27. Organized Crime, New York State Office of Crime Control Planning, Omnibus Crime Control, Safe Street Act, Grant Program, May 1969
28. Organized Crime, Obstruction of Drugs, 1967
29. Organized Crime, Organized Crime Conference, Preliminary Reports, Notes, 1964
30. Organized Crime, “Organized Crime and Technology,” Speech Draft, 1967
31. Organized Crime, “Organized Crime- Your Silent Partner,” by Louis Scalzo, Slide Presentation, 1970
32. Organized Crime, Photos from Case Files, 1963
33. Organized Crime, Pits Commission on Organized Crime, Reports, Memos, 1966
34. Organized Crime, Police Survey, Internal Security, Intelligence, Vice Squads, Undated
35. Organized Crime, “Racketeering and Labor an Economic Analysis,” Academic Paper, 1965; News Clippings, 1965-1966; Waterfront Commission of NY Harbor Annual Reports, 1960-1964

Box 8

Folder

1. Organized Crime, Research, 1967
2. Organized Crime, Reports on Combating Organized Crime and Administration of Criminal Justice, 1964-1965
3. Organized Crime, Reports, Governor’s Crime Control Program, 1968; Waterfront Commission of New York Harbor; Press Releases
4. Organized Crime, Reports and News Clippings, 1963-1966; Crime Bill 1965
5. Organized Crime, “State Governments and Organized Crime,” Article by Eliot Lumbard, Spring 1967
6. Organized Crime, System Analysis, Notes, 1965
7. Organized Crime, Wiretapping, Reports, 1965-1966
8. Police, England, John Bliss, Teaching Notes, 1965
9. Police, France, Notes, Description, 1965
10. Police, County Programs, Descriptions, 1960-1966
11. Police, Law Enforcement, 1961-1966
12. Police, Salary Data, 1966
13. Politics, Constitutional Convention, Delegate List, 1967
14. Politics, Constitutional Convention, Reports and Correspondence, 1967
15. Politics, Johnson, Press Releases Concerning Crime, 1965-1968
16. Politics, Johnson, Speeches, 1967
17. Politics, Memo Suggesting Rockefeller follow Nixon’s Example of Strengthening Crime Control and Various Nixon Speeches, 1968
18. Politics, New York State Constitution Revisions (Not Adopted), 1966
19. Politics, Nixon Campaign, Election Brochures, 1968
20. Politics, Frank O’Connor, Research, Notes, 1966
21. Politics, Republican Platform, Rules, Regulations, 1966
22. Politics, Howard J. Samuels, News Releases, August, 1966
23. Politics, Frank Sedita (Mayor of Buffalo), Testimony, Memos
24. President’s Commission on Law Enforcement, Advisory Panel, Meeting Notes, 1966
25. President’s Commission on Law Enforcement, Reports, Notes, 1965-1966
26. Prisons, Corrections, Parole Development, Preliminary Proposal, January 1963
27. Prisons, Governor’s Committee to Review the Parole System of New York State, Report (pgs 129), Undated
28. Prisons, Prison Architecture, 1970-1973
29. Prisons, “The Shame of our Prisons,” Panel Discussion, Report
30. Prisons, Special Committee to Study New York State’s Correction System, Press Release Draft, 1965
31. Prisons, Transcript, CBS Reports:”Men in Cages,” 1966
32. Racial Violence, News Releases, Reports, 1967
33. Racial Violence, “Six-City Study...,” Report, June 1967
34. Racial Violence, News Releases, Reports, 1968
35. Racial Violence, News Releases, Reports, 1967
36. Racial Violence, Notes, Reports, 1967
37. Special Legislative Committee to Investigate Certain Allegations Affecting the Legislature and its Member, Report, 1969
38. State Department of Crime Control, Governor’s Special Committee on Criminal Offenders, Public Hearing Reports, 1966
39. State Department of Crime Control, Governor’s Special Committee on Criminal Offenders, Report, Notes, 1966
40. State Department of Crime Control, News Releases, Correspondence, 1966

Box 9

Folder

1. State Department of Crime Control, News Releases, Correspondence, 1966-1967
2. State Department of Crime Control, “A New York State Department of Crime Control,” January 1967
3. State Department of Crime Control, Proposal for Creation of a Department of Crime Control, 1966
4. State Department of Crime Control, Report, Plan for Development of Crime Control in the State of New York, 1969
5. State Department of Justice, Proposal, June 1966


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Series 4: Other Public Service, Professional Associations and Organizations, 1952-2006 [Dates are not inclusive], Undated, 7.3 cubic ft.

Box 1
Folder

1. American Bar Association, Annual Meeting, London/Scotland Itinerary, 1985
2. American Bar Association, London Conference, 1985
3. American Bar Association, London Contacts, 1985-1991
4. American Bar Foundation, Survey of the Administration of Criminal Justice in the United States and Criminal Justice Higher Education, 1990; Criminal Justice School at Albany after 20 years, 1989
5. Albany Institute of History and Art, Gift of “View of Albany,” 1979 by Richard Haas, 1996
6. Association of the Bar of the City of New York, 1979-1996
7. Association of the Bar of the City of New York, Committee on Central and Eastern European Affairs, 1996; Criminal Justice Retreat, 1981
8. Association of the Bar of the City of New York, Correspondence Regarding Panel on “Bankruptcy Receives and Trustees,” 1979
9. Association of the Bar of the City of New York, Bankruptcy Receivers and Trustees, cassette tape, Eliot Lumbard, Sol Corbin, William Golub, and Rudolph Giuliani, May 1979
10. Association of the Bar of the City of New York, Drug Abuse Council, Inc. “The Effects of the 1973 Drug Laws on the New York State Courts,” 1976
11. Association of the Bar of the City of New York, Grievance Committee, 1960-1961
12. Association of the Bar of the City of New York, Library Committee, 1989-1991
13. Association of the Bar of the City of New York, National Moot Court Competition, 1954-1957 (Bound)
14. Association of the Bar of the City of New York, National Moot Court Competition, 1959-1964
15. Association of the Bar of the City of New York, the Record, May 1994
16-17. Bureau of National Affairs, Inc. The Criminal Law Reporter, 1969
18. Bureau of National Affairs, Inc. The Criminal Law Reporter, Newsletter, 1970
19. California Crime Commission, California System of Criminal Justice, 1966

Box 2

Folder

1. Citizen’s Crime Commission, NYC, 1977-1983
2. Citizen’s Crime Commission, 1978-1979, Vol. 1, Bound
3. Citizen’s Crime Commission, 1979-1980
4. Citizen’s Crime Commission, Certificate of Incorporation, 1978
5. Citizen’s Crime Commission, “Controlling Firearm Violence: Get the Gunmen off the Street,” 1980
6. Citizen’s Crime Commission, Newsletters, 1980-1983
7. Citizen’s Crime Commission, Press Kit, 1979, 3 8x10 Photos, Report on Violent Crime, 1980, Pamphlets and News Clippings
8. Citizen’s Crime Commission, Report, “Crossroads on Crime,” 1980
9. Citizen’s for Justice with Order, 1968; the National Industrial Conference Board, 1969; the Institute for the Future, 1968; and other Organizations
10. Citizen’s Union, “A Citizen’s Guide to Crime Control,” 1968
11. Clinton Hill Neighborhood Project, Inc. 1960
12. Columbia Law School Alumni Association, Board of Director’s, Directory and Agenda, 1967
13. Conference, Annual Judicial Conference, Second Judicial Circuit, 1984-1986
14. Congressional Record, Newsletter, 1969
15. Council Against Crime, Directory, Undated
16. Crime Commission of Philadelphia, Gomberg, Correspondence, 1968
17. Crime Control Digest, Industry Reports, Inc, Newsletter, 1969-1970
18. The Criminal Law Reporter, Newsletter, 1969
19. Criminal Justice Coordinating Council, Bedford-Stuyvesant, Correspondence, 1971
20. Criminal Justice Coordinating Council, “The Case for Federal Firearms Control,” 1973
21. Criminal Justice Coordinating Council, Conference, Memos, Notes, 1972
22. Criminal Justice Coordinating Council, Correspondence, Notes, Related Materials, 1972-1974
23. Criminal Justice Coordinating Council, Memos, 1967-1969
24. Criminal Justice Coordinating Council, Minutes, Proposals, News Releases, 1967-1973
25. Criminal Justice Coordinating Council, Correspondence, Notes, Related Material, 1971
26. Criminal Justice Coordinating Council, Report, 1971
27. Criminal Justice Coordinating Council, Reports, Correspondence, 1971-1974
28. Departmental Disciplinary Committee, 1984-1987
29. Departmental Disciplinary Committee, Report on Petitions for Reinstatement, 1985
30. Department of Justice, Press Releases, 1980
31. Department of Justice, Testimony before Congress on Wire Tapping and Criminal Redistribution System (Fencing), 1974

Box 3

Folder

1. Down Town Association, 1979-1992
2. Down Town Association, Directories, 1987-1991
3. East Side Republican Club, Testimonial Dinner, Hon. Vincent F. Albano, Jr., 1953
4. FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin, 1961
5. Home Office Police Research and Planning Branch, Britain, Correspondence and Notes, 1965
6. Illinois Law Enforcement Commission, 1970
7. Insurance Information Institute, Insurance and Crime, 1968
8. International Association of chiefs of Police, Inc., Newsletter, Legal Points, 1973
9. International Bar Association, International Bankruptcy Cooperation Project, 1987
10. International Legal Center, Report on Criminal Justice in Columbia, 1969
11-12. Law Enforcement Task Force, Agenda, Reports, 1965
13. Law Enforcement Task Force, Final Report, 1965
14. Law Enforcement Task Force, NYC Review Board Conference, 1966
15. Life Magazine, Series on Organized Crime, Correspondence and Notes, 1967
16. Lindsay, Campaign Poster (Oversized), Undated
17. Lindsay, Citizen’s Summer Committee, Report to Mayor Lindsay, 1967-1968
18. Lindsay, Committee to Re-Elect John Lindsay, Brochures, Reports, Notes, 1968-1969
19. Lindsay, John Lindsay for Mayor, Department of Justice, Campaign Papers, Notes, Reports, 1965
20. Lindsay, John Lindsay for Mayor, Narcotics, News Releases, 1965
21. Lindsay, John Lindsay for Mayor, News Releases, New York City Police Department Reports, 1965
22. Lindsay, John Lindsay for Mayor, Press Releases, Notes, Correspondence, 1965
23. Lindsay, Report to Mayor Elect John Lindsay by Law Enforcement Task Force, 1965
24. Lindsay, Task Force on Corrections, Report, 1966
25. Arthur C. Logan Memorial Hospital, Directory, Board of Trustees, 1974
26. Lumbard Association, Directory, 1969
27. Lumbard Association, 1978-1985
28. J. Edward Lumbard, Judge Edward Lumbard, Anglo-American Legal Conference, Correspondence, 1965
29. J. Edward Lumbard, Report, “The Administration of Criminal Justice,” by J. Edward Lumbard, 1963; New York City Police Department Press Releases, 1970-1971; Various Correspondence and Reports, 1963-1971
30. J. Edward Lumbard, United States Senate Subcommittee on Crime and Procedures, Statements of J. Edward Lumbard, 1967
31. Maritime History Project, 1997-1998
32. Maritime Museum, 1979-1981
33. Maritime Museum, Directory, Undated
34. Maritime Museum, Feasibility Report, 1973
35. Maritime Museum, Museum Consultant’s Narrative Report, 1974
36. Maritime Museum, Preliminary Plan, 1968
37. Maritime Museum, Preliminary Report to the Planning Committee, 1970

Box 4

Folder

1. Maritime Museum, Program and Preliminary Report, 1970-1972
2. Maritime Museum, Report, 1969
3. Maritime Museum, Report, 1969 (Proof Copy)
4. Maritime Museum, Schermerhorn Row Block, Preliminary Historic Structure Report, 1975
5. Maryland, Brewster Campaign, Election Brochures, Debate Transcript, 1968
6. Maryland, Corrections, Probation, and Parole, Task Force Members, 1968
7. Maryland, Mathias Campaign, Alcoholism, Report, Recommendations, 1968
8. Maryland, Mathias Campaign, Criminal Justice Platform, 1968
9. Maryland, Mathias Campaign, Federal Proposals, Notes, 1968
10. Maryland, Mathias Campaign, Juvenile Delinquency, Report and Notes, 1968
11. Maryland, Mathias Campaign, Narcotics, Report, Recommendations, 1968
12. Maryland, Mathias Campaign, “Organized Crime,” Draft of Speech, 1968; Press Releases, 1968; Testimony by Mathias, 1968
13. Maryland, Mathias Campaign, Press Releases on Street Crime and Notes, 1968
14. Maryland, Mathias Campaign, Staff Lists, Press Releases, 1968
15. Maryland, Mathias Campaign, T.V. Radio Promotions, Notes, 1968
16. Merchant Marines, 1995-1996
17. Merchant Marine Academy, King’s Point, New York, “A Short History,” and “the President at King’s Point,” 2006
18. Merchant Marine Academy Alumni Association, “King’s Pointer,” Winter 1996
19. Merchant Marine Academy, the Battle Standard Dinner, Class of 1997
20. National Advisory Commission on civil Disorders, Racial Violence, Press Releases, 1967-1968
21. National Council on crime and Delinquency (NCCD), 1967
22. New Jersey, Criminal Justice Reform, 1968
23. New Jersey, Crime Control, Notes, Memos, 1968-1969
24. New Jersey, Crime Control, Reports, Testimony 1968-1969
25. New Jersey, Governor Richard Hughes Messages, 1968-1969
26. New Jersey, Eliot Lumbard’s Hiring, Press Releases and News Clippings; 3 B+W Photos of Eliot Lumbard, 1968
27. New Jersey, Office of Sheriff, Activities, Reports, 1967
28. New Jersey, Reports, 1968
29-30. New Jersey, Report, “Crime and the System of Criminal Justice in New Jersey,” 1968
31. New Jersey, Report of Joint Legislative Committee to Study Crime and the System of Criminal Justice, 1968
32. New Jersey, Report, “Regarding the System of Administering Criminal Justice in Essex County, New Jersey,” by Eliot Lumbard, 1967
33. New Jersey, State Legislature, Wiretapping and Governmental Corruption, 1968-1992
34. New York City Police Department, Correspondence and Press Releases, 1964-1970
35. New York City Police Foundation, 1971-1986
36. New York City Police Foundation, 1983-1987

Box 5

Folder

1. New York City Police Foundation, 1988
2. New York City Police Foundation, 1989-1990
3. New York City Police Foundation, 1990-1992
4. New York City Police Foundation, 1998
5. New York City Police Foundation, Benefit Dinner, 1978-1980
6. New York City Police Foundation, Benefit Dinner, 1981
7. New York City Police Foundation, Benefit Dinner, 1982
8. New York City Police Foundation, Benefit Dinner, 1983
9. New York City Police Foundation, Benefit Dinner, 1984
10. New York City Police Foundation, Benefit Dinner, 1985
11. New York City Police Foundation, Benefit Dinner, 1986
12. New York City Police Foundation, Benefit Dinner, 1987
13. New York City Police Foundation, Benefit Dinner, and Magazine, 1992
14. New York City Police Foundation, Benjamin Ward/Jeremy Travis, 1983-1985
15. New York City Police Foundation, Board of Trustees Agendas and Minutes, 1989-1990
16. New York City Police Foundation, Bramshill Scholarship, 1983-1991
17. New York City Police Foundation, Directories, 1973 and Undated
18-19. New York City Police Foundation, an Evaluation of Recruit Level Sensitivity and Integrity Training at the New York Police Academy, 1984; Student Law Guide, 1985
20. New York City Police Foundation, Financial Statements, 1976
21. New York City Police Foundation,“Impact of Indirectly Related Organizational Variables,”
22. New York Police Department 1971-1975
23. New York City Police Foundation, Magazine, 1983
24. New York City Police Foundation, Magazine, “Cops” 1994
25. New York City Police Foundation, Magazine, “A Day in the Life of the NYPD,” 1997
26. New York City Police Foundation, Pamphlets, 1975-1985
27. New York City Police Foundation, Planning Committee, 1988-1989
28. New York City Police Foundation, Planning Committee, 1989-1990

Box 6

Folder


1. New York City Police Foundation, Police Academy Museum, 1984-1985
2. New York City Police Foundation, “Police Corruption-A Perspective on its Nature and Control,” by Herman Goldstein, 1975
3. New York City Police Foundation, Press Information, “100 Hats of Officer Jones,” Remarks by Eliot Lumbard, 2- 8x10 Promo Photos, 1974
4. New York City Police Foundation, Press Packet, 1986
5. New York City Police Foundation, Press Packet, 1990
6. New York City Police Foundation, Publication, 1987-1989
7. New York City Police Foundation, Publications, 1995
8. New York City Police Foundation, Search Committee, 1983
9. New York City Police Foundation, Seminar on, “Police Roles in Crime Prevention: Problems and Possible Solutions in Japan and the United States,” 1978
10. New York City Police Foundation, Trust Magazine, 1986
11. New York City Police Foundation, 25 Years Retrospective, 1996
12. New York State Bar Association, Report Considering Adoption of American Bar Association Model Rules of Professional Conduct, 1984
13. New York State Bar Association, Report of Special Committee to Consider Adoption of American Bar Association Model Rules of Professional Conduct, Amended by House Delegates, 1985
14. New York State Bar Association, Special Committee to Consider Adoption of American Bar Association Rules of Professional Conduct, Minutes of Meeting 1983-1984; Report of Committee, 1985
15. New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services, Criminal Justice Legislative Summary, 1985
16. New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services, Report on Keeping Kids off Drugs, 1990
17. New York State Law Enforcement, Accreditation Program, 1989; Annual Reports, 1989-1990
18. New York Young Republican Club, Inc., Urban Leadership Symposium, Paper Presented 1968
19. New York State, Senate Committee of Investigations, 1980
20. Ocean Liner Museum, 1989-1991
21. Office of Dwight D. Eisenhower, 1952
22. The Olmsted Condominium, 1991
23. Organized Crime Committee, Police Executives Organized Crime Enforcement Handbook, 1973-1974
24. Organized Crime Control Council, “Organized Crime Awareness Pre Study,” 1976 Pennsylvania Bar Association, 1983-1992
25. President’s Commission on Law Enforcement and Administration of Justice, Report and Notes, 1966
26. President’s Commission on Law Enforcement and Administration of Justice, Task Force Reports, 1967
27. Republican Coordinating Committee, Task Force on Crime, Statement of David Maxwell, Chairman, 1968
28. Republican National Committee, Task Force on Crime, Press Release, 1968
29. Republican National Committee, Task Force on Crime, Committee for Republican Research, Undated
30. Press Releases and Reports, 1966-1967
31-32. Republican National Committee, Task Force on Crime, Press Releases and Reports, 1967-1968

Box 7

Folder


1. Republican National Committee, Task Force on Crime, Press Releases, Reports, Notes, 1967-1968
2. Republican National Committee, Task Force on Crime, Reports, 1967
3. Republican National Committee, Task Force on Crime, Reports, 1968
4. Republican National Committee, Task Force on Crime, Reports, “New Directions for Urban America,” 1968
5. Republican Party, New York State Delegation to the Republican National Convention, 1952
6. South Street Seaport, 1969-1972
7. State of New Jersey Commission of Investigation, Annual Reports, 1970-1974
8. State of New Jersey, Joint Legislative Committee to Study Crime and the System of Criminal Justice, 1968, Bound
9. State of New Jersey, Memoranda, Correspondence, Bills, Notes, Vol. 1, 1968-1969, Bound

Box 8

Folder


1. State of New Jersey, Memoranda, Correspondence, Bills, Notes, Vol. 2, 1968-1969, Bound
2. Suffolk County Police Department, Founding, 1959-1962
3. Trinity Episcopal Schools Corporation, 1977-1980
4. Trinity –Pawling School, Booklet, Undated
5. Trinity School, 1985-1992
6. Trinity School, Directory, Undated


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Series 5: Publications, 1957-1973, 1978-1984, 1986, Undated, Bulk, 1966-1970, 13.3 cubic ft.


Sub-series 1: Harm to Each Other: Crime and Crime Control in America, 1957-1973

Box 1
Folder


1. Drafts, Harm to Each Other, Reference Material, Undated
2. Drafts, Harm to Each Other, Preface, Ch. 12 (chapter incomplete), August 1967
3. Drafts, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 12 “The Maze: Our Criminal Justice System,” (Becomes Ch. 6) (110 pgs), Undated
4. Drafts, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 10 “Drunkenness: the Revolving Door,” March 1968
5. Drafts, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 1 “Patterns,” March 1968
6. Drafts, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 12 “The Maze: Our Criminal Justice System,” March 1968
7. Drafts, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 1-11, 12 (first 4 pgs only), August 1967
8. Drafts, Harm to Each Other, “Third Volume” Ch. 13-18 (Ch. 12, 15, 18 not included), September 1968
9-11. Drafts, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 1-18, September 1968
12-14. Drafts, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 1-16, November 1968
15-16. Drafts, Harm to Each Other, “First Volume” Ch. 1-5, November 1969 (1 and 2)
17. Drafts, Harm to Each Other, “Second Volume” Ch. 6-8, November 1969 (3)

Box 2

Folder


1. Drafts, Harm to Each Other, “Second Volume” Ch. 9-, November 1969 (4)
2-3. Drafts, Harm to Each Other, “Third Volume” Ch. 12-17, November 1969 (5 and 6)
4-7. Drafts, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 1-17, November 1969
8-9. Drafts, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 1-8, 9 (till pg 460 only), November 1969

Box 3

Folder


1-2. Drafts, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 1-8, 9 (till pg 460 only), November 1969
3-5. Drafts, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 1-17, Edits by Harper Magazine, includes rejection letter, December 1969
6-7. Drafts, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 12-17, (Edits), circa 1969
8. Drafts, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 4-9, Undated
9-12. Drafts, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 1-17 (Ch. 3 Missing)
13. Drafts, Harm to Each Other, Rough Drafts, Various Chapters (1), Undated

Box 4

Folder


1-9. Drafts, Harm to Each Other, Rough Drafts, Various Chapters, Undated
10. Drafts, Harm to Each Other, Rough Drafts, Ch. 1 “Patterns”, circa 1967
11. Drafts, Harm to Each Other, Rough Drafts, Ch. 1 “Street Crimes,” 1967-1968
12. Drafts, Harm to Each Other, Rough Drafts, Ch. 2 “Corrosion: Organized Crime,” Undated
13. Drafts, Harm to Each Other, Rough Drafts, Ch. 2 “Organized Crime: Corrosion,” Undated
14. Drafts, Harm to Each Other, Rough Drafts, Ch. 3 “Internal Combustion,” circa 1967
15. Drafts, Harm to Each Other, Rough Drafts, Ch. 5 “The President’s Commission,” and Ch. 11 “A Report Card (Both Chapters Abandoned), circa 1967
16. Drafts, Harm to Each Other, Rough Drafts, Ch. 5 “The Flood of Diversity,” Undated
17. Drafts, Harm to Each Other, Rough Drafts, Ch. 7 “Juvenile Delinquency,” Undated
18. Drafts, Harm to Each Other, Rough Drafts, Ch. 9 “Courts and Law,” Undated

Box 5

Folder


1. Drafts, Harm to Each Other, Rough Drafts, Ch. 10 “Corrections: Man’s Hope of Redemption,” Undated
2. Drafts, Harm to Each Other, Rough Drafts, Ch. 17 “Lost Focus: Law and Courts,” 2 Drafts, 1969
3. Drafts, Harm to Each Other, Rough Drafts, Ch. 17 “Lost Focus: Law and Courts,” Undated
4. Harm to Each Other, Correspondence, 1957-1973
5. Harm to Each Other, Editor’s Comments, 1969-1970
6. Harm to Each Other, “Key Notes on Major Chapter Issues,” 1969
7. Harm to Each Other, Notes and Draft of Preface, Undated
8. Harm to Each Other, Notes and General, 1969 (1 and 2)
9. Harm to Each Other, Notes on Technique, 1967-1969
10. Harm to Each Other, Outlines, Undated
11. Harm to Each Other, Prologue, 1969
12. Harm to Each Other, Table of Content and Outlines, May 1967-November 1969
13. Harm to Each Other, Title
14. Proposal, Crime Control (Retitled Harm to Each Other), 1967
15. Proposal, Crime Control, Book Proposal, 1967
16-17. Research, Harm to Each Other, the FBI, 1968
18. Research, Harm to Each Other, “the Future of Juvenile Court: Implications for Correctional Manpower Training,” Undated
19-20. Research, Harm to Each Other, Future Research, 1963-1969
21. Research, Harm to Each Other, Police Departments Rochester and Newark, 1967-1971
22. Research, Harm to Each Other, Riots, 1968-1969
23. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 1 “Street Crime,” Homicide, 1961-1969
24. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 1 “Street Crime,” Professional Crime, 1963-1968
25. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 1 “Street Crime,” Vehicle/Auto Theft, 1964-1970

Box 6

Folder


1-3. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 1 “Street Crime,” California Crime Statistics and Reports, 1966-1968
4. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 1 “Street Crime,” Public Opinion, 1966-1968
5. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 1 “Street Crime,” Washington D.C. and Maryland Crime Statistics, 1966-1968
6. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 1 “Street Crime,” Burglary 1967-1970
7. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 1 “Street Crime,” Collins Case, 1967-1968
8. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 1 “Street Crime,” Compensation of Victims, 1967-1970
9. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 1 “Street Crime,” Crime Statistics, 1967
10. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 1 “Street Crime,” Graphs, Flows, Charts, and Cartoons, 1967
11. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 1 “Street Crime,” Notes, News Clippings, Press Releases, 1967-1968
12. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 1 “Street Crime,” Ongoing Research 1967-1981
13. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 1 “Street Crime,” Prostitution, 1967-1970
14. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 1 “Street Crime,” Race and Crime, 1967-1969
15. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 1 “Street Crime,” Robbery, 1967-1969
16. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 1 “Street Crime,” Shoplifting 1967-1970
17. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 1 “Street Crime,” Victimology, 1967-1970
18. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 1 “Street Crime,” Crime Rate, 1968-1969
19. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 1 “Street Crime,” Crime Statistics, 1968
20. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 1 “Street Crime,” Crime Statistics, Methodology, 1968-1969
21. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 1 “Street Crime,” Fencing/Pawnshops, 1968-1969
22. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 1 “Street Crime,” Forgery, 1968-1969
23. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 1 “Street Crime,” Larceny, 1968-1969
24. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 1 “Street Crime,” News Clippings, 1968-1969
25. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 1 “Street Crime,” News Clippings, Journal Articles, 1968-1969

Box 7

Folder


1. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 1 “Street Crime,” NYC Crime Statistics, NYPD Press Releases, 1968-1970
2. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 1 “Street Crime,” Washington D.C., 1968
3. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 1 “Street Crime,” Women and Crime, 1968-1969
4. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 1 “Street Crime,” 1969-1970
5. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 1 “Street Crime,” Beggars and Panhandlers, 1969
6. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 1 “Street Crime,” Homosexuality, 1969
7. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 1 “Street Crime,” Notes, 1969
8. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 1 “Street Crime,” TV Violence, 1969
9. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 1 “Street Crime,” Notes and Outline
10. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 2 “Organized Crime: Corrosion,” 1969
11. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 3 “Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs,” 1969-1970
12. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 4 “White Collar Crime,” News Clippings, and Speeches, 1968-1969
13. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 4 “White Collar Crime,” 1969
14. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 5 “The Flood of Diversity,” Chicago Police Department, 1963-1967
15. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 5 “The Flood of Diversity,” the Ghetto, 1967-1968
16. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 5 “The Flood of Diversity,” Harlem, 125th Street Area, Rev. Oberia Dempsey, 1967-1968
17. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 5 “The Flood of Diversity,” Chicago, 1968 Democratic Convention, 1968
18. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 5 “The Flood of Diversity,” 1969
19. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 6 “the Maze: Our Crime Control Apparatus,” History/Development of System, 1964-1967
20. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 6 “the Maze: Our Crime Control Apparatus,” Criminal Justice System Finances, 1965-1968
21. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 6 “the Maze: Our Crime Control Apparatus,” News Clippings and Notes, 1967-1969
22. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 6 “the Maze: Our Crime Control Apparatus,” System Discretion, 1967
23. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 6 “the Maze: Our Crime Control Apparatus,” General Research, 1968-1969
24. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 6 “the Maze: Our Crime Control Apparatus,” Jurisdictional Maze and System, 1969
25. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 6 “the Maze: Our Crime Control Apparatus,” 1969
26. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 6 “the Maze: Our Crime Control Apparatus,” Myths, Undated
27. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 6 “the Maze: Our Crime Control Apparatus,” Outlines, Undated
28. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 7 “Police and Their Communities,” NYPD, Community Relations, 1958-1969
29-30. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 7 “Police and Their Communities,” Newark Police Department, Arrest Records, 1959-1968
31. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 7 “Police and Their Communities,” NYC Police Department, 1959-1969
32. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 7 “Police and Their Communities,” Rochester Police Department, 1962-1969
33. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 7 “Police and Their Communities,” Rochester Police Department, 1965-1969

Box 8

Folder

1. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 7 “Police and Their Communities,” Detection, Criminal Investigation, 1966-1967
2. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 7 “Police and Their Communities,” “the Lot of the Cop,” 1966-1969
3. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 7 “Police and Their Communities,” NYPD Annual Reports, Community Relations, 1966-1968
4. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 7 “Police and Their Communities,” Police’s Role, 1966-1969
5. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 7 “Police and Their Communities,” Sheriffs, 1966-1967
6. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 7 “Police and Their Communities,” General Police, News Clippings and Press Releases, 1967-1968
7. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 7 “Police and Their Communities,” Information Sharing, 1967
8. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 7 “Police and Their Communities,” Newark Police Department Annual Report (external), 1967
9. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 7 “Police and Their Communities,” Newark Police Department Annual Report (internal), 1967
10. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 7 “Police and Their Communities,” Newark Police Department, 1967-1969
11. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 7 “Police and Their Communities,” New York State Police, State Highway Patrol, 1967-1969
12. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 7 “Police and Their Communities,” Police Fragmentation/Consolidation, 1967-1969
13. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 7 “Police and Their Communities,” Police, Summary, 1967-1968
14. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 7 “Police and Their Communities,” Report on Administration of Criminal Justice in Essex County, NJ, by Eliot Lumbard, 1967
15. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 7 “Police and Their Communities,” New York City Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association, Police and Politics, 1968-1969
16. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 7 “Police and Their Communities,” Police Communications, 1968-1969
17. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 7 “Police and Their Communities,” Police Training, 1968-1969
18. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 7 “Police and Their Communities,” Handwritten Notes, Undated
19. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 8 “Lawyers,” Criminal Defense, Legal Aid, 1962-1969
20. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 8 “Lawyers,” Prosecution, 1966-1969
21. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 8 “Lawyers,” New York City’s District Attorney’s Office, 1967-1969
22. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 8 “Lawyers,” 1969
23. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 8 “Lawyers,” District Attorney’s Office, Complaint Room Procedures Manual, Undated
24-25. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 9 “Court and Law,” Criminal Courts, 1963-1969

Box 9

Folder


1. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 9 “Court and Law,” the Bill of Rights and the Fifth Amendment, 1965-1969
2-5. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 9 “Court and Law,” Juveniles, 1965-1969
6. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 9 “Court and Law,” Death Penalty, 1966-1969
7-9. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 9 “Court and Law,” Juvenile Delinquency 1966-1968
10-11. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 9 “Court and Law,” Miranda Decisions, 1966-1969
12. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 9 “Court and Law,” “In Cold Blood,” 1966
13. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 9 “Court and Law,” Conclusions, 1967-1969
14. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 9 “Court and Law,” Confessions, 1967-1968
15. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 9 “Court and Law,” Massachusetts Crime Rate and Juvenile Crime Rates, 1967-1969
16-17. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 9 “Court and Law,” Journal Articles and News Clippings, 1967-1968
18. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 9 “Court and Law,” Overcriminalization, 1967-1969
19. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 9 “Court and Law,” Overrulings and Reversals, 1967-1968
20. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 9 “Court and Law,” Pornography/Obscenity, 1967-1969
21. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 9 “Court and Law,” Simplicity/Complexity, 1967
22. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 9 “Court and Law,” Supreme Court, 1967-1969

Box 10

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1. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 9 “Court and Law,” Supreme Court Trends Since Map v. Ohio, 1967
2. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 9 “Court and Law,” American Bar Association, Minimum Standards for Criminal Justice Project, 1968
3. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 9 “Court and Law,” Big Brother Inc, 1968-1969
4. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 9 “Court and Law,” Final Review, 1968
5. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 9 “Court and Law,” Judge Thomas Weaver (New York City Criminal Court) 1968-1969
6. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 9 “Court and Law,” Legal Responsibility, 1968-1969
7. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 9 “Court and Law,” Orlando Delli Paoli Case/Bruton Case, 1968-1969
8. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 9 “Court and Law,” Police’s “Stop and Frisk,” 1968-1969
9. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 9 “Court and Law,” Powell v. Texas, 1968-1969
10. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 9 “Court and Law,” Sentencing, 1968
11. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 9 “Court and Law,” Vandalism, 1968-1969
12. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 9 “Court and Law,” Bail, 1969
13. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 9 “Court and Law,” Chief Justice Warren Burger, 1969
14. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 9 “Court and Law,” Penal Code Reform, 1969
15. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 9 “Court and Law,” Report on Overcrowding in New York City’s Jails, 1969
16. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 9 “Criminal Courts” (later renamed “Courts and Law”), Undated
17-18. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 10 “Corrections: Man’s Hope of Redemption,” Journal Articles, 1958-1967
19. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 10 “Corrections: Man’s Hope of Redemption,” Reports, 1964-1968
20. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 10 “Corrections: Man’s Hope of Redemption,” Speeches and News Clippings, 1964-1968
21. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 10 “Corrections: Man’s Hope of Redemption,” Corrections, 1965-1969
22. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 10 “Corrections: Man’s Hope of Redemption,” Reports from New York State Training Schools and Division for Youth, 1965-1966
23. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 10 “Corrections: Man’s Hope of Redemption,” Speeches of Myrl E. Alexander, Director U.S. Bureau of Prisons, 1965-1968
24. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 10 “Corrections: Man’s Hope of Redemption,” Conduct and Administration Grant Application Community Action Program, circa 1966
25. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 10 “Corrections: Man’s Hope of Redemption,” Corrections 1966-1968
26. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 10 “Corrections: Man’s Hope of Redemption,” Office of 27. Law Enforcement Assistance, U.S. Department of Justice, LEAA Grants and Contracts, “Strategies for Meeting Correctional Training and Manpower Needs,” circa 1966

Box 11

Folder


1. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 10 “Corrections: Man’s Hope of Redemption,” New York State Department of Corrections Report, 1966
2. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 10 “Corrections: Man’s Hope of Redemption,” Probation, 1966-1969
3. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 10 “Corrections: Man’s Hope of Redemption,” Report, New York State Board of Parole and Division of Parole, 1966
4. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 10 “Corrections: Man’s Hope of Redemption,” Research Proposals, 1966
5. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 10 “Corrections: Man’s Hope of Redemption,” Office of Probation, 1967-1968
6. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 10 “Corrections: Man’s Hope of Redemption,” Report and Journal Articles, 1967-1969
7. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 10 “Corrections: Man’s Hope of Redemption,” Bucks County Prison, Pennsylvania, 1968
8. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 10 “Corrections: Man’s Hope of Redemption,” Corrections, 1968-1969
9. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 10 “Corrections: Man’s Hope of Redemption,” Notes and Outlines, 1968-1969
10. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 10 “Corrections: Man’s Hope of Redemption,” 1969
11. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 10 “Corrections: Man’s Hope of Redemption,” Parole, 1969
12. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 11 “A System Status Report,” Notes, 1967-1968
13. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 12 “The Dike,” Outlines, 1968
14. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 12 “The Dike,” Liberal/Conservative Views, 1968-1969
15. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 12 “The Dike,” 1969
16. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 12 “The Dike,” Notes, “The Dike,” Analogy, Undated
17-18. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 13 “The Murk of Crime Causation,” Journal Articles and News Clippings 1964-1967
19. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 13 “The Murk of Crime Causation,” 1966-1967
20. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 13 “The Murk of Crime Causation,” Life Magazine, June 9, 1967
21. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 13 “The Murk of Crime Causation,” Notes and News Clippings, 1967-1968
22. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 13 “The Murk of Crime Causation,” Biological/Physical Causation, 1968-1970
23-24. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 13 “The Murk of Crime Causation,” Notes and News Clippings, 1968

Box 12

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1. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 13 “The Murk of Crime Causation,” Notes, News Clippings, Journal Articles, 1968-1969
2. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 13 “The Murk of Crime Causation,” Handwritten Drafts, Undated
3. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 13 “The Murk of Crime Causation,” Narcotics and Alcohol, Undated
4. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 14 “What is Crime?” News Clippings and Notes, 1957-1969
5. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 14 “What is Crime?” Alcohol Journal Articles, 1963-1968
6-7. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 14 “What is Crime?” New York State, Narcotic Addiction Control Commission (NACC), 1966-1969
8. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 14 “What is Crime?” Manhattan Bowery Project, 1967-1969
9. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 14 “What is Crime?” News Clippings, 1967-1969
10. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 14 “What is Crime?” Phoenix House, 1967
11. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 14 “What is Crime?” Alcohol and Highway Safety Report, 1968
12. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 14 “What is Crime?” Bridgeview Rehabilitation Center, 1968-1969
13. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 14 “What is Crime?” New York State, NACC, 1st Annual Statistical Report, 1968
14. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 14 “What is Crime?” New York State, NACC, Pamphlets and Reports, 1968
15. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 14 “What is Crime?” Notes on Bridgeview Rehabilitation Center, 1968-1969
16. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 14 “What is Crime?” 1969
17. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 14 “What is Crime?” Notes and Outlines, Undated
18. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 15 “Power: Federal/State/Local Interplay,” States, Consolidation and Organization, 1966-1969
19. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 15 “Power: Federal/State/Local Interplay,” Federal/State/Local Grants, 1967-1969
20. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 15 “Power: Federal/State/Local Interplay,” Local Government, 1967-1969
21. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 15 “Power: Federal/State/Local Interplay,” Press Releases, Journal Articles, News Clippings, 1967-1969
22. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 15 “Power: Federal/State/Local Interplay,” Report, Crime in Florida 1967-1969

Box 13

Folder


1. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 15 “Power: Federal/State/Local Interplay,” Report, Crime in New Jersey, 1967-1969
2. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 15 “Power: Federal/State/Local Interplay,” Report, Program to Meet Maryland’s Fiscal Problems, 1967
3. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 15 “Power: Federal/State/Local Interplay,” State Department of Crime Control, 1967
4. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 15 “Power: Federal/State/Local Interplay,” 1968-1969
5. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 15 “Power: Federal/State/Local Interplay,” County Police Department, 1968
6. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 15 “Power: Federal/State/Local Interplay,” Press Releases, News Clippings, Journal Articles, 1968-1969
7. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 15 “Power: Federal/State/Local Interplay,” “State and Local Government Crime Control,” Speech by Eliot Lumbard, 1968 (50 pgs)
8. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 15 “Power: Federal/State/Local Interplay,” 1969
9. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 15 “Power: Federal/State/Local Interplay,” Notes and Outlines, Undated
10. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 16 “A Restructuring,” Major Suggestions, 1967-1969
11. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 16 “A Restructuring,” 1968
12. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 16 “A Restructuring,” the System, 1968
13. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 17 “Citizen Action,” “Annals of Legislation, the Turning Point,” by Richard Harris, the New Yorker, 1968
14. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 17 “Citizen Action,” the Citizen’s Role, 1968-1969
15. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 17 “Citizen Action,” 1969
16. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 17 “Citizen Action,” and Appendix, 1969
17. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 17 “Citizen Action,” Interview, Ramsey Clark, 1969
18. Research, Harm to Each Other, Ch. 17 “Citizen Action,” Outline and Notes, Undated


Sub-series 2: Additional Publications, 1963-1986 [Dates not inclusive]

Box 13 continued

Folder


19. “The Counselling ‘Whipsaw’ During Parallel Proceedings” by Eliot Lumbard, 1979
20. “Computer-Based Responses to the New York State Criminal Justice Community’s Need to Know,” by Eliot Lumbard (with charts), 1970
21. “Encouraging Integrity in Office,” by Eliot Lumbard, Citizen’s Union Research Foundation, Inc., 1964
22. “Local and State Action Against Organized Crime,” by Eliot Lumbard, 1963
23. “Local and State Action Against Organized Crime,” 1963; “State and Local Government Crime Control,” 1968; “Encouraging Integrity in Office,” 1964, all by Eliot Lumbard
24. “Organized Crime and Technology,” speech by Eliot Lumbard, Illinois Institute of Technology, First National Symposium on Law Enforcement and Technology, Correspondence and Materials, 1967
25. Remarks of Eliot Lumbard, Annual New York State Conference of Mayors, 1967
26. Research, “A Philosophy of Public Order-of Crime Control,” Notes and News Clippings, 1968
27. Research, “A Philosophy of Public Order-of Crime Control,” Notes and News Clippings, 1969

Box 14

Folder


1. Research, Street Crime Control, U.S. Department of Justice, 1973
2. Research, “Teens on Patrol,” Summary, 8x10 Black + White Photos of Teens, 1967-1968
3. “State and Local Government Control,” by Eliot Lumbard, Notre Dame Lawyer, 1968
4. “Transnational Reorganization: Coping with the Insolvent Multinational,” by Eliot Lumbard, 5. Presented at Japan Shipping Exchange, Tokyo, 1986
6. World Criminal Justice Systems, Agreement between Eliot Lumbard and Philip John Stead, 1979
7. World Criminal Justice Systems, Correspondence, 1979-1982
8. World Criminal Justice Systems, Drafts, by Lumbard and Stead, 1979
9. World Criminal Justice Systems, Macmillian Materials, 1979
10. World Criminal Justice Systems, Notes and Memos, 1979-1982
11. World Criminal Justice Systems, Research, 1978-1981
12. World Criminal Justice Systems, Research, 1981-1984
13. World Criminal Justice Systems, Resumes of Lumbard and Stead, 1978


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Series 6: Private Practice, 1953, 1961, 1963-1999, Undated, 9.3 cubic ft. (POTENTIAL RESTRICTIONS)


Sub-series 1: Cases, 1961, 1963-1999, Undated

Box 1
Folder


1. Briefs and Records, Vol. 13, Undated, Bound
2. Briefs and Records, Vol. 14, Undated, Bound
3. Center for Reproductive and Sexual Health (CRASH), Vol. 1, Undated, Bound
4. Center for Reproductive and Sexual Health, Vol. 2, Undated, Bound
5. Center for Reproductive and Sexual Health, Correspondence, November 1970-March 1974
6. Center for Reproductive and Sexual Health, Correspondence, Regarding Dr. H. Hale Harvey, 1971
7. Center for Reproductive and Sexual Health, Directory, Undated
8. Roy M. Cohn, Departmental Disciplinary Committee Proceedings, Undated, Bound

Box 2

Folder


1. Roy M. Cohn, First Court Proceedings, Undated, Bound
2. Roy M. Cohn, Second Court Proceedings, Undated, Bound
3. Roy M. Cohn, News Clippings 1985-1986
4. Roy M. Cohn, 1986

Box 3

Folder


1-2. Cyprus Minerals Company Case, LTV Steel Company, Chapter 11 Reorganization, July 1987
3-4. Cyprus Minerals Company Case, Proof of Claim, November 1987
5. Cyprus Minerals Company Case, Possible LTV Plans, August 1988
6. Cyprus Minerals Company Case, Affidavit of Joel L. Lennon in Support of Claimant’s Motion for Partial Summary Judgment, circa January 1989
7. Cyprus Minerals Company Case, Affidavit of M. William Muno in Opposition to Cyprus’ Motion for Partial Summary Judgment, circa January 1989
8. Cyprus Minerals Company Case, Claimant’s First Document and Interrogatories Request and Debtor’s and Counter Claimant’s Request for the Same, circa January 1989
9. Cyprus Minerals Company Case, LTV’s Memorandum in Opposition to Cyprus’ Motion for Partial Summary Judgment, circa January 1989
10. Cyprus Minerals Company Case, Memorandum in Support of Claimants and Counterdefendants’ Motion for Partial Summary Judgment, January 1989
11. Cyprus Minerals Company Case, Various Motions and Memorandum, circa January 1989
12. Cyprus Minerals Company Case, Notice of Motions and Packet of Exhibits, January-February 1989
13. Cyprus Minerals Company Case, Memorandum of the Official Parent Creditors Committee in Opposition to Motion for Partial Summary Judgment, April 1989
14. Cyprus Minerals Company Case, Transcript of Argument on the Summary Judgement Motion, May 1989
15. Cyprus Minerals Company Case, Final Settlement, August 1989
16. Cyprus Minerals Company Case, Evaluation of Settlement, December 1989
17. Cyprus Minerals Company Case, Analysis of the Settlement, 1989-1991
18. Cyprus Minerals Company Case, LTV Steel Group, Competitive Analysis, October 1990
19. Cyprus Mineral Company Case, 1991
20-21. Cyprus Minerals Company Case, Post Settlement, 1993-1994
22. Cyprus Minerals Company Case, Post Settlements, News Clippings, Cyprus and LTV Reports, 1993-1999

Box 4

Folder


1. Equity Funding/Palisades Life Insurance Company Case, Vol. 1, Undated, Bound
2. Equity Funding/Palisades Life Insurance Company Case, Vo. 2, Undated, Bound
3. Equity Funding/Palisades Life Insurance Company Case, Vol. 3, Undated, Bound
4. Equity Funding/Palisades Life Insurance Company Case, Vol. 4, Undated, Bound
5. Equity Funding/Palisades Life Insurance Company Case, 1964-1969
6. Equity Funding/Palisades Life Insurance Company Case, 1973
7. Equity Funding/Palisades Life Insurance Company Case, Boston Company Institutional Investors, 1978

Box 5

Folder


1. Goebel Brewing v. Anaconda Wire and Cable and other Cases, Undated, Bound
2. Grolier Incorporated and the Richards Company Inc, 1961, Bound
3. Hellenic Lines, Ltd. Case, Final Report of the Special Master, 1986
4. Ira Haupt and Co. Case, Witness Sheet, Anthony De Angelis, 1963-1965
5. Ira Haupt and Co. Case, Transcript of Witness Anthoney De Angelis, November 1965 (4 Copies)
6. Ira Haupt and Co. Case, Notes, 1965-1967
7. Ira Haupt and Co. Case, Conferences Among Messrs, 1965-1970
8. Ira Haupt and Co. Case, Affidavits, 1967
9. Ira Haupt and Co. Case, Correspondence, Anthony DeAngelis, 1967-1970
10. Ira Haupt and Co. Case, Correspondence, Anthony DeAngelis, Christmas card, prison publications, etc., 1970-1971
11. Ira Haupt and Co. Case, Correspondence, Anthony DeAngelis, 1970-1972
12. Ira Haupt and Co. Case, Federal Parole Board, 1971
13. Ira Haupt and Co. Case, Anthony DeAngelis, Parole File, 1971-1972
14. Ira Haupt and Co. Case, Correspondence and Referee’s 9th Report on Application for Allowances, 1972-1973
15. Ira Haupt and Co. Case, 1992
16. Ira Haupt and Co. Case, Affidavit, Fidelity, Bunge Corporation and Chase Manhattan Bank, Undated

Box 6

Folder


1. Ira Haupt and Co. Case, Charles Seligson, Vol. 1, 1964-1965, Bound
2. Ira Haupt and Co. Case, Charles Seligson, Vol. 6, 1967-1968, Bound
3. Meritum Corporation Case, Vol. 5, Undated, Bound
4. Reynolds and Co. Case, Vol. 2, 1969, Bound

Box 7

Folder


1. Reynolds and Co. Case, Vol. 1, 1969, Bound
2. Reynolds Securities Case aka Reynolds and Co. Case, Vol. 1, 1971-1975, Bound
3. Reynolds Securities Case, Vol. 2, 1971-1975, Bound
4. Reynolds Securities Case, Vol. 3, 1971-1975, Bound
5. Reynolds Securities Case, Securities and Exchange Commission, “Certain Trading in the Common Stock of Faberge, Inc,” Undated, Bound

Box 8

Folder


1. Reynolds and Co. Case, Chronology of Events, 1969-1971
2. Reynolds and Co. Case, 1969-1971
3. Reynolds and Co. Case, American Stock Exchange Case Items, 1969
4. Reynolds Securities, 1971-1972
5. Reynolds and Co. Case, Pamphlet, Undated
6. Universal Money Order Company Case, 1977-1983
7. Universal Money Order Company Case, Investigative Report, 1977-1978
8. Universal Money Order Company Case, Legal Notes and News Clippings, 1977-1982
9. Universal Money Order Company Case, News Clippings, 1977-1982
10. Universal Money Order Company Case, Correspondence and News Clippings, 1979-1980
11. Universal Money Order Company Case, Vol. 1, Undated, Bound
12. Miscellaneous Cases (Misc. Cases), Babcock Land Transaction, Greenwich, Connecticut, Chronology of Events, 1974
13. Misc. Cases, Bolker v. Leonova, Property Agreement, 1979
14. Misc. Cases, Broker Blanket Bond Case, Memos and Notes, 1972-1974
15. Misc. Cases, Broker Blanket Bond Case, Chronology of Events, 1974
16. Misc. Cases, Diversified Mortgage Investors Case, Chronology of Events, 1976
17. Misc. Cases, Curtis Flood v. Bowie Kuhn, 1972
18. Misc. Cases, Alan Hawley Estate Trust, 1977
19. Misc. Cases, Hill v. Satra, 1981
20. Misc. Cases, Maniville Trust/Asbestos Case, 1990-1997
21. Misc Cases, National Awareness Foundation v. State of New York, Last Opinion, 1995
22. Misc. Cases, the Port of Portland v. Cape Edmont, 1988
23. Misc. Cases, Sentencing Provisions of the New Crime Control Act, 1984
24-25. Misc. Cases, Trade Finance International Case, Reports, 1984-1985
26. Misc. Cases, Westinghouse, Uranium Case, 1977-1985


Sub-series 2: Firms, 1953, 1963-1975, 1977-1990, Undated

Box 9

Folder


1. Breed, Abbott and Morgan, Firm Dinner in Honor of William G. McKnight, Jr., 1953
2. Townsend and Lewis, Financials, 1963-1971
3. Spear and Hill, Directories, 1970-1975
4. Spear and Hill, Financials, 1971-1975
5. Spear and Hill, Correspondence, E.F. Hutton, 1972
6. Spear and Hill, Correspondence, Harvey Spear, 1972-1974
7. Spear and Hill, Correspondence, John Burns, 1974
8. Spear and Hill, Dissolution Agreement, December 1975
9. Spear and Hill, Expense Account, 1975
10. Spear and Hill, Financials, 1975
11. Directories and Announcements, 1977-1986
12. Lumbard and Phelan, Certificate of Incorporation, 1977
13. Lumbard and Phelan, Financials, 1977
14. Lumbard and Phelan, Financial Statements, 1977-1985
15. Lumbard and Phelan, Firm Manual, circa 1977
16. Lumbard and Phelan, Letters of Congratulations Regarding Firm’s Opening, 1977
17. Lumbard and Phelan, Partnership Agreement, 1977
18. Lumbard and Phelan, 2 Partnership Announcement Plaques, January 1977
19. Lumbard and Phelan, Directories, 1978-1981 [Also restricted as it contains Social Security Numbers]
20-21. Lumbard and Phelan, Eliot Lumbard P.C., Open Professional Engagements and Office Administrative Matters, 1978-1982
22. Lumbard and Phelan, Financials, 1978
23. Citizens Crime Commission of New York City, Inc., 1978-1979
24. Business Lunches and Dinners, 1979-1986
25. Lumbard and Phelan, Fiscal Year, 1979

Box 10

Folder


1. Lumbard and Phelan, Client File Numbers, circa 1979
2. Lumbard and Phelan, Fiscal Year, 1980
3. Photo, Lumbard and Office Staff, February 1980
4. Lumbard and Phelan, Fiscal Year, 1981
5-6. Lumbard and Phelan, Eliot Lumbard, P.C., Fiscal Year 1982
7. Eliot Lumbard P.C., Firm Financial Statements, 1983-1986
8. Saul, Ewing, Remick and Saul, 1982-1983
9. Saul, Ewing, Remick and Saul, Letters of Congratulations to Lumbard Regarding Partnership with this Firm, 1983
10. Saul, Ewing, Remick and Saul, New York Office Report, 1983; New York Client Book, 1982
11. Saul, Ewing, Remick and Saul, Final Accounting, 1984-1985
12. Eliot Lumbard, P.C., Fiscal Record, 1985
13. Haight, Gardner, Poor, and Havens, Office Directory, 1985
14. Haight, Gardner, Poor, and Havens, Letters of Congratulations to Lumbard Regarding joining this Firm, 1986
15. Haight, Gardner, Poor, and Havens, Plaque Announcing Lumbard Joining this Firm, Undated
16. Haight, Gardner, Poor, and Havens, “Transnational Reorganization: Coping with the Insolvent Multinational,” by Eliot Lumbard, the Japan Shipping Exchange, Tokyo, 1986
17. Haight, Gardner, Poor, and Havens, Trip Report, Seoul, South Korea, Hong Kong, and Tokyo, Japan, by Eliot Lumbard, September-October 1986
18. Haight, Gardner, Poor, and Havens, “United States Admirality Cargo Law,” China Ocean Shipping Company, 1987
19. Haight, Gardner, Poor, and Havens, Annual Reviews, 1988-1990


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Series 7: Teaching, 1962-1999, Undated, 2.15 cubic ft.

Box 1
Folder


1. “Introduction to Bankruptcy: History and Context” list by Eliot Lumbard, 1986-1987
2. Illinois State University, Department of Criminal Justice, Professor Frank Morn, Undated
3. John Jay College of Criminal Justice, 1975-1977
4. John Jay College of Criminal Justice, 1975-1978
5. John Jay College of Criminal Justice, 1977-1980
6. John Jay College of Criminal Justice, Book Lists, 1976
7. John Jay College of Criminal Justice, Course Readings, Undated
8. John Jay College of Criminal Justice, Crime Control Policy Making, 1975-1976
9. John Jay College of Criminal Justice, Crime Control Policy Making, fall 1976
10. John Jay College of Criminal Justice, Crime Control Policy Making, Course Reading, 1975
11. John Jay College of Criminal Justice, Crime Control Policy Making, Lecture notes, fall 1975
12. John Jay College of Criminal Justice, Crime Control Policy Making, Professor’s Notes, spring 1979
13. John Jay College of Criminal Justice, Schedule and Readings, fall 1978
14. Model Probation Reports for 2nd Circuit Sentencing Institute, January 1973
15. New Jersey Center of Criminal Justice, 1972
16. Rutgers University, School of Criminal Justice, 1973-1982
17. Rutgers University, School of Criminal Justice, 1979-1981
18. Rutgers University, School of Criminal Justice, 1982-1984
19. State University of New York at Albany (SUNY Albany), Academic Papers on Establishment of the School of Criminal Justice, 1976-1989
20. SUNY Albany, “Community Alternatives to Maximum Security Institutionalization,” Report to Institute for Public Policy Alternatives, 1975
21. SUNY Albany, International Criminal Justice Unit Idea, 1988-1992
22. SUNY Albany, Lumbard Donations, 1981-1995
23. SUNY Albany, Report of Private Giving, Eliot Lumbard, 1989-1990
24. SUNY Albany, Rockefeller Institute Bulletin 1995; Foundation Annual Report, 1993-1994; Commencement, 1995-1996

Box 2

Folder


1. SUNY Albany, School of Criminal Justice, 1962-1984
2. SUNY Albany, School of Criminal Justice, 1968-1975, Bound
3. SUNY Albany, School of Criminal Justice, 1975-1993
4. SUNY Albany, School of Criminal Justice, 1977-1982
5. SUNY Albany, School of Criminal Justice, 1985-1992
6. SUNY Albany, School of Criminal Justice, 1988
7. SUNY Albany, School of Criminal Justice, 1999
8. SUNY Albany, School of Criminal Justice, Academic Paper and Journal Articles by Jerome Skolnick and David Bayley, 1978-1989
9. SUNY Albany, School of Criminal Justice, Alumni Association, 1991
10. SUNY Albany, School of Criminal Justice, Banquet, 20th Anniversary of First Graduate Class, Remarks by Dean David Duffee, Dean Richard Myren, and Eliot Lumbard, 1989
11. SUNY Albany, School of Criminal Justice, the Beginnings, 1964-1975, Bound
12. SUNY Albany, School of Criminal Justice, Brochures, Newsletters, Correspondence, 1996
13. SUNY Albany, School of Criminal Justice, Dean’s Report, 1976-1977
14. SUNY Albany, School of Criminal Justice, Development Projects, 1996
15. SUNY Albany, School of Criminal Justice, Distinguished Service Award, Eliot Lumbard, 1976
16. SUNY Albany, School of Criminal Justice, Establishment, 1976; Handbook, 1984-1985; Correspondence 1985
17. SUNY Albany, School of Criminal Justice, “Existing Correctional Placements and Internships in New York State,” by Charles Prigmore, 1964
18. SUNY Albany, School of Criminal Justice, Founding, 1998
19. SUNY Albany, School of Criminal Justice, Graduate Study, 1997-1998
20. SUNY Albany, School of Criminal Justice, Preliminary Announcement, Undated

Box 3

Folder


1. SUNY Albany, School of Criminal Justice, “Shots Fired: an Examination of New York City Police Firearms Discharges,” Dissertation by James Joseph Fyfe, 1978
2. SUNY Albany, School of Criminal Justice, Visiting Committee, 1984-1985
3. SUNY Albany, School of Criminology, Report, 1965
4. SUNY Albany, Symposium on the Creation of the School of Criminal Justice, 1985


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Series 8: Correspondence, 1959-1964, 1966-1967, 1971-1992, 1.3 cubic ft.

Box 1
Folder


1. General Correspondence, Memos and Notes, 1961-1962
2. General Correspondence, News Clippings and Press Releases, 1966
3. General Correspondence, Includes Eliot Lumbard’s Letter of Resignation from Position of Special Assistant Council for Law Enforcement under Governor Rockefeller, 1967
4. General Correspondence, 1971-1985
5. General Correspondence, News Clippings, 1972-1997
6. General Correspondence, Movie or Series Deal, 1974
7. General Correspondence, 1977-1996
8. General Correspondence, New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services, 1979-1980
9. General Correspondence, Leslie Wilkins, Cambridge, England, 1986-1992

Box 2

Folder


1. Office Correspondence, Townsend Lewis, Memoranda, 1961-1964, Bound
2-3. Office Correspondence, January 1975-December 1976
4-5. Office Memoranda, January 1975-December 1976
6-8. Office Correspondence, January 1977-December 1978
9-10. Personal Correspondence, February 1959-December 1959
11-12. Personal Correspondence, January 1960-February 1961
13. Personal Correspondence, January 1975-April 1975
14-15. Personal Correspondence, May 1975-December 1976
16-17. Personal Correspondence, January 1977-December 1978
18. Personal Correspondence, Letters from Viola Contiguglia August 1989, and May 1990
19. Personal Correspondence Daniel Skoler, 1976 ; “Antidote for the Non-System? State Criminal Justice Superagencies,” by Daniel Skoler, 1976


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Series 9: Personal Files, 1944-2001 [Dates not inclusive], Undated, 1.3 cubic ft.

Box 1
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3. College, Columbia University, Columbia University Club, Phi Delta Phi, 1947-1952
8. College, University of Pennsylvania and Phi Kappa Sigma, 1946-1947
17. Military, National Organization Masters, Mates and Pilots of America, 1944-1947
18. Military, U.S. Naval Reserves, Officer Service Records, 1945-1952
19. Organizations, Big Brother Inc. of New York City, 1969
2. Organizations, Schuyler Otis Bland Memorial Library, Kings Point, 1996
3. Organizations, Upper West Side Development, News Clippings, 1985
4. Personal Files, Attorney Registration Forms, New York, Undated
5. Personal Files, New York State Bar Registration, Undated
6. Personal Files, Association of the Bar of the City of New York, Membership Certificates, 1953-1965
7. Personal Files, Cards and Personal Photos, Undated
8. Personal Files, Distinguished Service Award, 1976
9. Personal Files, Curriculum Vitae, 1997
10. Personal Files, Lumbard’s FBI File, 2001
11. Personal Files, Misc. Certificates, Memberships to Various Organizations, Undated
12. Personal Files, New York State Compliance Certificates, 1963-1964
13. Personal Files, Notary Public, 1993
14. Personal Files, Personal Items, Undated
15. Personal Files, Summary of Litigation Experience, circa 1973
16. Personal Files, Travel Brochures, Letters from Eliot Lumbard’s Children, News Clippings, 1969
17. Personal Files, Western District of New York, License to Practice, 1963
18. Personal Items, Business Cards, Greeting Cards, Gag Photo of Eliot Lumbard, Undated
19. Poetry, Eliot Lumbard Poems, 1968-1970, Susan Lynn Lumbard Poems
20. Poetry, Reflections, by Herbert Isaacs, self published, #13 of 100, signed by the author, 1986, includes a note to Eliot Lumbard from the Author


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Series 10: Subject Files, 1960-1973, 1975-1999, Undated, 3.0 cubic ft.

Box 1
Folder


1. Clippings, Journal Articles, Press Releases, Reports, 1960-1969
2. Clippings, Gambling News Clippings, 1962-1965
3. Clippings, Press Releases, Reports, Academic Papers, News Clippings, 1962-1971
4. Clippings, Newsletters, News Clippings and Correspondence, 1963-1971
5. Clippings, Harpers Magazine, Crime and Punishment Supplement, 1964
6. Clippings, News Articles, 1966
7. Clippings, News Clippings and Notes, 1966-1972
8. Clippings, News Clippings and Press Releases, 1967
9. Clippings, Press Releases, Reports, Memos, 1967-1969
10. Clippings, Press Releases, Reports, News Clippings, 1967-1971
11. Clippings, Research, Report on U.S. Social Programs; Various Articles, 1967
12. Clippings, Research, Violence in the Media, 1967-1968
13. Clippings, Racial Violence News Clippings, 1967
14. Clippings, Violence News Clippings, 1967-1968
15. Clippings, Crime and Criminal Justice, News Clippings, 1968
16. Clippings, News Clippings Collected by President’s Commission on Violence, 1968
17. Clippings, News Clippings Collected by President’s Commission on Violence, 1968-1969

Box 2

Folder


1. Clippings, News Clippings, Newsletters, 1968-1972; “New Frontiers in Criminal Justice Research,” Book Topic Outline, 1970
2. Clippings, News Clippings and Notes, 1968
3-4. Clippings, News Clippings, Press Releases, 1968-1969
5. Clippings, Newsletters, News Clippings, Crime Control Digest, the Criminal Law Reporter, 1968-1969
6. Clippings, Newsletters, Press Releases, News Clippings, 1968-1973
7. Clippings, News Clippings and Reports, 1968-1973
8. Clippings, Reports, News Clippings, and Journal Articles, 1968
9. Clippings, Atlantic Magazine, “The Police and the Rest of Us,” 1969
10. Clippings, Economic Cost of Crime, News Clippings and Notes, 1969
11. Clippings, News Clippings, 1969
12. Clippings, News Clippings and Press Releases, 1969-1973
13. Clippings, News Clippings, Press Releases, Newsletters, 1969-1973
14. Clippings, Press Releases, Academic Papers, 1969-1970

Box 3

Folder


1. Clippings, News Clippings, 1969-1970
2. Clippings, News Clippings, 1970
3. Clippings, News Clippings, Press Releases, 1970-1972
4. Clippings, Press Releases, 1970-1971
5. Clippings, Press Releases, Newsletters, News Clippings, 1970
6. Clippings, News Clippings, Press Releases, 1971
7. Clippings, News Clippings, Press Releases, Newsletters, 1971-1972
8. Clippings, News Clippings, Press Releases, 1972-1973
9. Clippings, Criminal Justice Newsletter, News Clippings, Press Releases, 1973
10. Clippings, Crime and Criminal Justice, News Clippings and Reports, 1975-1976
11. Clippings, News Clippings, 1976-1990
12-13. Clippings, Crime and Politics, News Clippings, 1990-1992
14. Clippings, News Clippings, Obits, and Magazine Articles, 1991-1999
15. Clippings, News Clippings, Obits, and Magazine Articles, 1993-1996
16. Clippings, News Clippings, 1995-1996
17. Clippings, Research, New York State Criminal Justice News Clippings, 1995-1996
17. Law Enforcement and Information Sharing Academic Papers, 1972, 1975, 1979, Undated


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Series 11: Audio, 1963, Undated, .45 cubic ft.

Box 1
Folder


1. 7” Audio Reel, “Crime in the Affluent World,” Undated
2. 7” Audio Reel, “Crime and the Continental Cop,” Undated
3. 7” Audio Reel, “Crime and What,”
4. 7” Audio Reel, “The English Prison,” Undated
5. 7” Audio Reel, Executive Communication, Undated
6. 7” Audio Reel, “The Gangs of London,” Undated
7. 7” Audio Reel, “Searchlight,” September 1963

Box 2

Folder


1. 7” Audio Reel, “The Young in the Affluent World,” Undated


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