M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives

ARCHIVES OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS AND POLICY

Finding Aid for the
CITIZENS' ENVIRONMENTAL COALITION
RECORDS, 1973-2005
(APAP-197)

Citizens' Environmental Coalition, Toxics in your Community, September 24, 1985
Toxics in your Community newsletter, September 24, 1985, Series 7: Publications
For reference queries contact Grenander Department Reference staff

Finding Aid Compiled by
Mary Beth Sullivan
Evan Rallis
Orson Kingsley
Joshua Hauck Whealton
June 2006

Box and Folder List Assistance by
Kayla Misner

The arrangement and description of this collection was made possible through a New York State Archives Documentary Heritage Program Arrangement and Description Grant.



 
 
 
 
 
 

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VOLUME: 44.25 cubic ft. and 4 videotapes

ACQUISITION: All items in this manuscript group were donated to the University Libraries, M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives, by Citizens’ Environmental Coalition in May, July, and September 2005 and April 2006.

ACCESS: Access to this record group is unrestricted except where noted for records related to whistleblowers.

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


TABLE OF CONTENTS

Administrative History

Scope and Content Note

Series Descriptions

Box and Folder List:


Citizens' Environmental Coalition
Administrative History

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The Citizens’ Environmental Coalition (CEC) consists of 110 community and environmental groups and over 14,000 individuals in New York. CEC is active in local, state, and national environmental issues. It operates two offices: the main office in Albany and a Western New York office in Buffalo. CEC’s primary purposes are to fight pollution in New York State, build a healthier environment, and to encourage, educate, and organize local citizens with similar goals. It supports democratic, grassroots activities, helps build coalitions, and “promote[s] corporate accountability and non-violent social justice values.”[1]

The origin of CEC can be traced to “Toxics In Your Community: A Conference To Promote Citizen Involvement” sponsored by the Environmental Defense Fund and the New York State Planners.[2] The conference, organized by Gail McFarland Benedict and Anne Rabe, was held at the Silver Bay Conference Center in Silver Bay, NY, October 14-16, 1983. It was the first in a series of successful annual environmental conferences bringing citizens and activists together to fight toxic waste.

Initially named the Toxics In Your Community Coalition, and later known as the Toxics Coalition, CEC obtained support from the New York Environmental Institute (NYEI) in 1985. The Toxics In Your Community Coalition and the Superfund Monitoring Project (SMP) at NYEI facilitated citizen networking and attempted to empower citizens fighting toxic waste in their communities. Activists became cognizant of the difficulties in maintaining citizen participation and one member noted:

One of our purposes stated at the first [Toxics In Your Community] conference was to keep each other informed so that the agencies can’t play games with the different groups… If the Coalition is to be a participatory, democratically run group then the local representatives from the toxic sites must make the decision to be active. Otherwise, it becomes another coalition of environmental groups. I believe that is the organizational problem to be solved…[3]

Several actions were taken to keep ordinary citizens involved. The EPL Institute Inc.[4] published a guide to Effective Citizen Participation in Public Hearings in 1986.[5] The Superfund Monitoring Project cited “Citizen Assistance” as part of its plan of action in 1987. An early SMP funding proposal indicates:

…many citizens are in rural, isolated communities and face significant opposition to their basic requests for action, such as testing of wells. It is important for them to know their work is valuable and they are not alone. Often, the [Superfund Monitoring] Project helps citizens working on similar site problems to network with each other so they can share ideas and support. The Superfund Monitoring Project regularly receives over 40 calls and letters a week from citizens requesting assistance and information.[6]

By 1990, the Toxics Coalition became known as Citizens’ Environmental Coalition. CEC broadened the fight against pollution and continued to support citizen efforts. It became an independent organization, attaining status as a not for profit, tax-exempt group in 1991.

The leadership of CEC consists of an Executive Committee, a Board of Directors, and an Executive Director located in Albany, NY. A list of the current staff and board of directors is available online at http://www.cectoxic.org/about.htmlhttp://www.cectoxic.org/about.html.

Executive Directors:
Anne Rabe, 1990-2002
Roberta Chase and Kathleen Curtis, 2002-2003 (Acting Co-Directors)
Kathleen Curtis, 2002-present [2006]


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1. "CEC: About us", Citizen's Environmental Coalition, http://www.cectoxic.org/about.html, accessed 29 March 2006.
2. "Toxics In Your Community: A Conference to Promote Citizen Involvement" brochure, Series 1: Activities, Subseries 12: Toxics, Box 1, Folder 14.
3. Correspondence from Deborah Wallace, Ph.D., President of Public Interest Scientific Consulting Service to Anne Rabe, Director of the Superfund Monitoring Project, regarding the Toxics In Your Community Coalition, 4 Aug 1985, Series 1: Activities, Subseries 12: Toxics, Box 1 Folder 17.
4. "NYEI 'contracts' with EPL staff to do issue projects.", Statement of Income and Expenses for the New York Environmental Institute 1989-1990, Series 1: Activities, Subseries 12: Toxics, Box 1, Folder 23.
5. Effective Citizen Participation in Public Hearings, Series 1: Activities, Subseries 12: Toxics, Box 1, Folder 18.
6. New York State Superfund Monitoring Project Proposal, Part IV, Section B, May 1987, Series 1: Activities, Subseries 12: Toxics Box 1, Folder 20.


Citizens' Environmental Coalition
Scope & Content Note

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The records of Citizens’ Environmental Coalition (CEC) document its research and activism, from its infancy as part of the New York Environmental Institute, through its independent chartering in 1991, and continuing into the new millennium. The earliest document in the collection is collected research material from 1973. The records in this collection document CEC’s growing political maturity through the 1990s, and the bulk of the materials date from that decade.

CEC collection has been divided into eight series: Activities, Administrative Files, Fundraising, Graphics Files, Issue Files, News Clippings, Publications, and Research Material. Environmental issues covered in the collection include (but are not limited to) the following: radioactive waste, Superfund sites, clean drinking water, health care and the environment, agricultural waste, environmental labor concerns, safe schools, the Hudson River, Eastman Kodak, air pollution, toxic waste, and toxic chemicals.

The greatest strength of CEC collection lies in the Activities series. This series documents CEC’s plans and actions taken on particular environmental issues. It contains correspondence, outreach files, and research material for numerous activities.

Some records of the Western New York office of CEC are found in the Water subseries. Additional records from that office remain in Buffalo, NY.

The collection also contains records from New York Environmental Institute, EPL Institute Inc., Superfund Monitoring Project, Toxics In Your Community Coalition, Healthy Schools Network, and the Office of Assemblyman Richard N. Gottfried, former New York State Assistant Majority Leader.

This collection lacks comprehensive coverage of all activities. It does not contain a substantial amount of recent records related to persistent toxic chemicals, right-to-know, Superfund, brownfields, and sustainable agriculture. Leadership documents, records listing past members of the board and other leaders, as well as records describing organizational structure (except for 1990-1991), are generally scarce. The collection is not, as of 2006, strong in post-2002 materials.

It should be noted that CEC has frequently re-used paper by printing or copying documents on the reverse side. Examples of this practice include single page outreach letters leftover from mass mailings that were subsequently re-used. Researchers should take care not to confuse the side of the page that was used actively for recordkeeping with the previously used, discarded side. Also, it is helpful to keep in mind that CEC often used both sides of the page when initiating new, longer print jobs such as multi-page reports.

Throughout the collection, researchers will observe frequent changes in institutional name or project name. These name changes can be seen alongside identical institutional addresses, phone numbers, and/or staff names. Changes in name reflect the history of CEC. Researchers should be aware that CEC grew out of the projects of other organizations and that it later joined other environmental coalitions. CEC often acted as a coalition leader, shepherding both individual citizens and citizens’ groups.

Several collections in the M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives provide further information on the environmental issues of concern to the Citizens' Environmental Coalition. For a complete list of related collections see the subject guide for Conservation and the Environment. Of particular interest are the records of Environmental Advocates of New York (APAP-102), the Sierra Club Atlantic Chapter (APAP-130), and the New York Coalition for Alternatives to Pesticides (APAP-151).


Citizens' Environmental Coalition
Series Descriptions

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Series 1: Activities, 1973-2005, 22.35 cubic ft., Arranged by subseries.

This series consists of material relating to specific activities of Citizens’ Environmental Coalition (CEC). The records in each activity subseries document research, plans, and actions taken to advance an environmental issue in New York State. The subseries dates are not always inclusive. The bulk of the activities date from the late 1980s to the late 1990s, but several folders within each activity subseries contain older information that CEC activists used as background research material.

This series documents CEC’s efforts to support grassroots environmental activities. In some cases, the records demonstrate CEC’s efforts to advance an existing grassroots movement. In other examples, CEC’s records show it joining state, national, and international networks to become active in a larger environmental cause or project. CEC’s records also show extensive outreach activities - efforts to foster cooperation or stimulate new environmental activism among concerned citizens. Limited financial information and budgets are accessible throughout the Activities series, although these tend to be concentrated in a few fiscal years or in specific projects such as publications and conferences. Additional financial records can be found in the Fundraising series.

Correspondence and reports from government agencies such as the New York State Department of Health (DOH), Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC), United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and others were collected for CEC research. Outgoing correspondence, notes, memoranda, and strategic plans document CEC’s efforts to press government regulators to take action. In addition to lobbying material, there are political outreach records.

Subseries 1: Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations and Sludge, 1983-2003, 0.33 cubic ft. and 1 videotape, Arranged alphabetically.

This subseries contains publications, papers, reports, guides, pamphlets, and correspondence. The materials relating to Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations (CAFOs) are primarily concerned with environmental and health issues, but also touch on ethics. The materials on sludge are concerned with environmental issues, management, science, and agriculture.

Subseries 2: Hazardous Waste Sites, 1980-2005, 4.5 cubic ft., Arranged by DEC region and alphabetically by site within each region.

This subseries contains correspondence, notes, reports, and news clippings on hazardous waste sites throughout New York. It includes correspondence and notes documenting CEC activities relating to the sites. Public health assessments put out by the New York Department of Health (DOH), pertaining to the individual sites, are common features of this subseries. It also includes various assessments and reports from the Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC). The folder “New York State Hazardous Waste Site Remedial Program” contains some background information on DOH, DEC, and Department of Law actions relating to these sites, including a map of the nine DEC regions. Most regions contain folders with no individual sites listed on them. These can be considered general folders for that region, and contain materials for various sites that do not have individual folders. Each folder for an individual site generally contains a site name followed by the town or city the site is located in. Most of the sites had clearly indicated DEC region numbers, but the correct region was unclear for a few.

Subseries 3: Health Care Without Harm, 1994-2002, 4.1 cubic ft. and 2 videotapes, Arranged alphabetically.

The records in the subseries Health Care Without Harm (HCWH) consist of contact information, correspondence, surveys, brochures, meeting minutes, planning documents, research material, conference records, fact sheets, and publications (draft and final). Additional material such as slides, videotapes, and HCWH pins are present as well. In New York State, Health Care Without Harm focused on environmental concerns in health care, particularly in hospitals. CEC collected research material about environmental issues in health care dating back to 1994, two years prior to the founding of the national Health Care Without Harm campaign in Bolinas, California. The earliest records documenting CEC activities in the HCWH campaign were those related to dioxin and incineration activities. As its activity level increased, CEC became involved in efforts to stimulate environmentally friendly purchasing policies and improve waste management in hospitals, which led to publications such as Environmentally Preferable Purchasing and “Greening” Hospitals, as well as a conference called “Cutting Costs, Reducing Waste, and Buying Smart.” Outreach records discuss mercury reduction, waste management efforts, worker safety, and patient safety issues. A significant amount of the records document activity in New York City, particularly after a grant-funded coordinator was hired to focus on advocacy in this part of the state. CEC’s records include an Environmental Curriculum for Healthcare Administrators completed in 2002.

Subseries 4: Healthy Schools, Youth, and the Environment, 1991-1996, 0.17 cubic ft., Arranged alphabetically.

The materials in this subseries are concerned with environmental issues in schools and playgrounds and contain educational materials for and pro-environment actions by youth. The records include reports, articles, guides, and brochures.

Subseries 5: Hudson River PCBs, 1986-2002, 0.17 cubic ft., Arranged alphabetically.

This series contains articles, petitions, news releases, correspondence, and an action plan, concerned with PCBs in the Hudson River. General Electric (GE) plays an important role, being the main source of this pollution.

Subseries 6: Kodak, 1989-2004, 2.20 cubic ft., Arranged alphabetically.

The records in this subseries include correspondence, research material, press releases, and brochures related to Eastman Kodak. The records document efforts to reduce toxic emissions and promote a safer environment in communities near Eastman Kodak locations in Rochester, NY. CEC became formally involved with Kodak environmental issues when the former joined the Kandid Coalition in 1997. With thirteen other organizations, CEC advocated for improved environmental management and first class labor relations. This subseries includes outreach material and extensive research records for Kodak’s Toxic Colors and A Tarnished Image: The Eastman Kodak Performance Scorecard. The earliest dated material is background information on Kodak’s company policies and practices from 1989. Much of the information in A Tarnished Image was collected from systematic Freedom of Information Law requests. The research material includes information from: the Department of Labor (DOL), Occupational Safety and Health Association (OSHA), Workfare programs, Kodak Annual Reports, Kodak Environmental Report, New York State Department of Tax and Finance, and the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR). A Tarnished Image was a joint publication of CEC and the New York State Labor and the Environment Network. Notes and drafts for the Kodak Corporate Accountability Campaign and Kodak shareholders’ environmental resolution are present as well.

Subseries 7: Labor and the Environment Network, 1989-2001, 2.37 cubic ft. and 1 videotape, Arranged alphabetically.

The records in the Labor and the Environment (LEN) subseries include conference files, reports, correspondence, outreach documents, safety manuals, photographs, research material, and news clippings. These records relate to the common concerns shared by labor activists and environmentalists in New York State. The records reflect activities to inform and strengthen the partnership between laborers and environmental advocates. Many records pertain to the LEN conferences organized by CEC, beginning with the first conference in 1989. Records related to the drafting and March 1998 publication of Keeping Score: A New York Guide to Researching Industry Performance on the Environment, Labor, and Government Subsidies are found in this subseries as well.

Subseries 8: Low Level Radioactive Waste, 1973-1997, 4.20 cubic ft., Arranged alphabetically.

The records in this subseries include correspondence, news clippings, research material, and government reports related to low level radioactive waste in New York State. The records reflect activity to discover the health affects of radioactive waste and find safe disposal. The earliest of the research material dates to 1973, but the bulk of CEC activity records are from 1983-1995.

Subseries 9: 9/11/01 Environmental Issues, 2001-2002, 0.17 cubic ft., Arranged alphabetically.

This series contains materials about the environmental consequences of the 9/11/01 terrorist attacks. It contains articles, a guide, a report, and correspondence.

Subseries 10: Governor George Pataki Environmental Record, 1994-1996, 0.17 cubic ft., Arranged alphabetically.

This subseries contains reports, news releases, papers, and news clippings that comment on the environmental record of Governor George Pataki’s administration.

Subseries 11: Superfund, 1984-2002, 0.40 cubic ft., Arranged alphabetically.

The records in this subseries include publications, fact sheets, news clippings, legislative material related to the Superfund, and Superfund financing in New York State. Additional records in this series are actively being used at CEC and will be transferred in the future.

Subseries 12: Toxics, 1983-2002, 2.4 cubic ft., Arranged alphabetically.

These records include correspondence, news clippings, newsletters and other publications related to toxic chemicals and pollution in New York State. Lobbying and outreach records document CEC efforts to pressure the New York State Department of Health to investigate the health effects of toxic pollution and to pressure the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation to clean up toxic waste and prosecute polluters.

Subseries 13: Water, 1987-2000, 1.17 cubic ft., Arranged alphabetically.

The records in this subseries include planning documents, workshop material, government water regulation, clean water legislation, as well as meeting and conference files. These records discuss clean water activism and the Source Water Assessment Program in New York State. Most of the records originated with the Western New York Office of CEC.

Series 2: Administrative Files, 1987-2002, 1.17 cubic ft., Arranged alphabetically and chronologically.

This series contains correspondence, notes, news clippings relating to CEC, reports, financial documents, and other administrative records of CEC. It also contains CEC founding and structural records. Most of the materials in this series are arranged chronologically.

Series 3: Fundraising, 1985-2004, 2.0 cubic ft., Arranged alphabetically.

This series contains fundraising records, particularly those connected to the foundations that fund CEC. It contains grant records, tracking of major individual donors, and canvassing records. This includes correspondence, notes, grant applications, reports, budgets, statistics, and raw data.

Series 4: Graphics Files, 1977-2001, 2.0 cubic ft., Arranged by subseries.

The records in this series consist of posters, artwork, photographs, and copies of cartoons and illustrations collected by CEC that depict environmental issues.

Subseries 1: Artwork, circa 1995-2000

Subseries 2: Cartoons, 1977-2000, 1.0 cubic ft.

This subseries contains political cartoons and comic strips pertaining to environmental issues that interested CEC. Most of these materials are copyrighted works.

Subseries 3: Photographs, 1986-2001, 1.0 cubic ft.

The records in this subseries consist of photographs and negatives of CEC activities, members, and staff. Photographs, slides, and negatives relating to specific CEC causes can also be found in the Activities series.

Series 5: Issue Files, 1978-2002, 10.73 cubic ft., Arranged alphabetically.

This series contains information about environmental issues that interested CEC. CEC was not active in every environmental issue represented in this series. The records show that CEC collected information about environmental science, environmental problems and their solutions, and environmental movements in which they did not become involved. The records include reports, correspondence, guides, news clippings, publications, notes, and photographs. These files were collected by CEC and for the most part the folder titles have been preserved from the list that accompanied them (see Box 1 Folder 1).

Series 6: News Clippings, 1994-2000, 1 cubic ft., Arranged alphabetically.

This series consists of news clippings CEC took from newspapers and other publications about environmental issues and CEC activities.

Series 7: Publications, 1985-2001, 1 cubic ft., Arranged alphabetically.

This series contains CEC publications including reports, pamphlets, the newsletter Toxics in Your Community, as well as others.

Series 8: Research Files, 1978-2001, 4 cubic ft., Arranged alphabetically.

This series consists of chemical fact sheets used by CEC for research and informational purposes.


Citizens' Environmental Coalition
Box and Folder List

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Series 1: Activities, 1973-2004
Subseries 1: Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations and Sludge, 1983-2003

Box 1
Folder

1. “Cesspools of Shame,” 2000
2. “Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations,” 1999-2003
3. Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations-GRACE, 1983-2001
4. Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations / Sludge Project, 2001-2002
5. “Corporate Hogs at the Public Trough,” circa 2000
6. “Hogging it! Estimates of Antimicrobial Abuse in Livestock,” 2000
7. “The Jungle 2000: Is America’s Meat Fit to Eat?” 2000
8. “The Price We Pay For Corporate Hogs,” 2000
9. Sludge, 1996-2002
10. Sludge, Papers and Articles, 1995-2001
11. Solid Waste Management, 2000-2001
12. WSTB Newsletter, Nitrogen Pollution, Fact Sheet, 2002

Videotape

“Wasting Away,” WSTM Channel 3 Syracuse, News Report, VHS Videotape, circa 2001


Citizens' Environmental Coalition
Box and Folder List

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Series 1: Activities, 1973-2004
Subseries 2: Hazardous Waste Sites, 1980-2005

Box 1
Folder

1. New York State Hazardous Waste Site Remedial Program, 1990-1995
2. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 1, 1983-1994
3. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 1, Brentwood, Hicksville, 1978-1992
4. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 1, Brookhaven, 1991-1996
5. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 1, Eugene Dry Cleaners, Babylon, 1992-1996
6. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 1, Garden City Industrial Park Area, Garden City / North Hempstead, 2000
7. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 1, Genzale Plating Company, Franklin Square, 1993
8. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 1, Hooker Chemical / Ruco Polymer, Nassau County, 1993, 1996
9. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 1, Huntington Landfill, Huntington, 2000
10. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 1, Islip Landfill Site (Blydenburgh), Hauppauge, 1996
11. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 1, Jameco Industries, Wyandanch, 1996
12. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 1, Li Tungsten Corporation Site, Glen Cove, 1996
13. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 1, Liberty Industrial Finisihing, Farmingdale, 1996-1997
14. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 1, Long Beach Incinerator, Long Beach, 1992-1997
15. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 1, Mattiace Petrochemical Company Site, Glen Cove, 1996
16. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 1, Nassau Tool Works, Babylon, 1994-1995
17. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 1, New Cassel Industrial Area, North Hempstead, 1996-1998
18. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 1, New Cassel Industrial Area, North Hempstead, 1996-1998
19. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 1, North Sea Municipal Landfill, Southampton, 1992-1996
20. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 1, NTU Circuits, Bayshore, 1991-1996
21. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 1, NTU Circuits, Bayshore, 1991-1996
22. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 1, NTU Circuits, Bayshore, 1991-1996
23. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 1, Old Bethpage Landfill, Oyster Bay, 1994
24. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 1, Old Roosevelt Air Field Hanger Site, Hempstead, 1995-2002
25. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 1, Port Washington Landfill, North Hempstead, 1982-1995
26. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 1, Preferred Plating Corporation, Farmingdale, 1993
27. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 1, Pyridium Mercury Disposal Sites, Harriman, 1995
28. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 1, Roanoke Sand and Gravel, Middle Island, 2005
29. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 1, Smithtown Groundwater Contamination Site, Smithtown, 2002
30. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 2, Fresh Kills Landfill, Staten Island, 1996
31. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 2, New York City, 1983-2003
32. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 2, Bronx Lebanon Hospital / BFI Regional Medical Waste Incinerator, Bronx, 1996-1999
33. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 2, Bronx Lebanon Hospital / BFI Regional Medical Waste Incinerator, Bronx, 1996-1999
34. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 2, Carol Cleaners, Staten Island, 1994-1996
35. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 2, Levco Metal (s) Finishing, Astoria, 1995-1996
36. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 3, Dabroski vs. Newburgh Packing Corporation, Newburgh, 1992-1994
37. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 3, Dabroski vs. Newburgh Packing Corporation, Newburgh, 1992-1994
38. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 3, Mercy College C&D Debris Landfill / The Landing at Dobbs Ferry, 1990-2000
39. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 3, Mercy College C&D Debris Landfill / The Landing at Dobbs Ferry, 1990-2000

Box 2
Folder

1. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 3, 1985-2005
2. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 3, 1985-2005
3. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 3, 1985-2005
4. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 3, Bernal Well, Germantown, 1982-1986
5. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 3, Grant Hardware, West Nyack, 1988-1997
6. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 3, Harbor at Hastings, Hastings-on-Hudson, 1998-1999
7. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 3, IBM Sites, 1995
8. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 3, Kay-Fries Inc., Stony Point, 1992-1997
9. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 3, Kessman / Cross County Landfill, Patterson, 1989-2002
10. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 3, Keuffel & Esser (K&E), Taconic Products, Millerton, 1991, 1993
11. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 3, Le May Optical Company, Kent, 1980-1989
12. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 3, Marathon Battery Company, Cold Spring, 1985-1991
13. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 3, Napanoch Paper Mill, Napanoch, 1988-1992
14. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 3, New Windsor Soil Burners, New Windsor, 1993-1997
15. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 3, Old Nyack/Dexter Landfill/Pyramid Mall Project, West Nyack, 1974-1995 (1 / 4)
16. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 3, Old Nyack/Dexter Landfill/Pyramid Mall Project, West Nyack, 1974-1995 (2 / 4)
17. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 3, Old Nyack/Dexter Landfill/Pyramid Mall Project, West Nyack, 1974-1995 (3 / 4)
18. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 3, Old Nyack/Dexter Landfill/Pyramid Mall Project, West Nyack, 1974-1995 (4 / 4)
19. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 3, Prisco C&D/Hazardous Substance Dump, Patterson, 1988-1998
20. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 3, Prisco C&D/Hazardous Substance Dump, Patterson, 1988-1998
21. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 3, SUNY New Paltz, 1992-1993
22. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 3, Ramapo Town Landfill, Ramopo, 1986-1993
23. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 3, Retron-Woodstock, Woodstock, 1995-2002

Box 3
Folder

1. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 3, Wallkill Landfill, Wallkill, 1992-1994
2. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 3, Westchester County Airport, Harrison, 2002-2003
3. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 3, Revere Smelting and Refining (RSR) Corporation, Wllkill, 1994-1996
4. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 3, Tuxedo Landfill, Tuxedo, 1987-1989
5. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 4, 1983-2003
6. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 4, BASF, Rensselaer, 1985-2004
7. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 4, Campbell Plastics, Rotterdam / Schenectady, 1999
8. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 4, Coeymans Landfill, Coeymans, 1995-2004
9. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 4, County Maps, 1995-1996
10. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 4, Dewey Loeffel Landfill, Nassau, 1997-2005 (1 / 4)
11. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 4, Dewey Loeffel Landfill, Nassau, 1997-2005 (2 / 4)
12. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 4, Dewey Loeffel Landfill, Nassau, 1997-2005 (3 / 4)
13. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 4, Dewey Loeffel Landfill, Nassau, 1997-2005 (4 / 4)
14. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 4, East Greenbush Landfill, East Greenbush, 1983-1998
15. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 4, Frisbie Avenue, Albany, 1990
16. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 4, GE Selkirk / Various, 1987-1993
17. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 4, Jet-Line Services, Scotia / Glenville, 1989
18. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 4, M. Wallace & Son, INC., Cobleskill, 1994-1996
19. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 4, Mercury Refining, Inc., Colonie, 1982-1994
20. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 4, Montgomery-Oswego-Schoharie Solid Waste Management Authority (MOSA), 1996-1998
21. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 4, New Options on Waste, Inc., Albany, 1995-1997
22. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 4, Niskayuna Landfill, Niskayuna, 1987-1988
23. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 4, N.L. Industries, Colonie, 1985-1996
24. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 4, Norlite Corporations, Cohoes, 2005
25. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 4, Pedone Landfill, Glenville, 1988-1996
26. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 4, Rotterdam Landfill, Rotterdam, 1997-1999
27. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 4, Route 146A Barrel Site, Clifton Park, 1982-1991
28. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 4, Sand Lake Landfill, Sand Lake, 1986-2000
29. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 4, Waite Road, Clifton Park, 1982-1990
30. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 4, Regional Outreach, 1981-2002
31. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 4, Regional Outreach, 1981-2002

Box 4
Folder

1. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 5, 1992, 2002
2. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 5, Sherman / Lazerne, 1997
3. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 5, Ticonderoga Transfer Station, Ticonderoga, 1987, 2001-2005
4. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 7, 1990-1999
5. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 7,Anitec Image Corporation, Binghamton, 1991-1992
6. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 7, Armstrong Cork Landfills, Volney, 1995
7. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 7, Cayuga County Groundwater Contamination, Aurelius, Fleming & Springport, 2002
8. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 7, Carosel Center Mall, Pyramid Companies, Oil City, 1990
9. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 7, Fulton Safe Drinking Water Action Committee for Environmental Concerns (FSDWAC) / Central New York Toxics Association (CNYTA), Fulton, 1987-1993
10. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 7, Clothier Drum Proposal Site, 1983-1987
11. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 7, Colonial Cleaners, Lansing, 1991-1997
12. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 7, Ithaca Area, 1984-1992
13. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 7, Jacksonville Gasoline Spill, Mobil Oil Corporation, Jacksonville / Ulysses, 1984-1988
14. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 7,Landstrom Landfill, Tioga & Tompkins Counties, 1985-1989
15. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 7, Novak Farm, McDonough, 1989*
16. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 7, Onondaga Lake, 1995-1997
17. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 7, Oswego Area, 1983-1987
18. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 7, Pollution Abatement Services (PAS), 1987-1995
19. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 7, Rosen Brothers / Scrap King, Cortland, 1996-1998
20. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 7, Solvent Savers, Linklaen, 1990-1994
21. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 7, Syracuse Area, 1983-1991
22. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 7, Whitehall Landfill, Whitestown, 1996-1999
23. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 8, 1989-2003
24. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 8, Akzo Nobel Salt, Retsof, 1987-1999
25. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 8, Akzo Nobel Salt, Retsof, 1987-1999
26. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 8, Akzo Nobel Salt, Retsof, 1987-1999
27. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 8, Akzo Nobel Salt, Retsof, 1987-1999
28. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 8, Guardian Glass / Guardian Industries Corp., Geneva, 1992, 1994-1999
29. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 8, Guardian Glass / Guardian Industries Corp., Geneva, 1992, 1994-1999
30. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 8, Linden Tech Industrial Park, Brighton, Penfield, 1991-1996
31. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 9, 102nd Street Landfill, Niagara Falls, 2000

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1. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 9, Hickory Woods Subdivision, Buffalo, 1999-2001
2. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 9, Hickory Woods Subdivision, Buffalo, 1999-2001
3. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 9, Hickory Woods Subdivision, Buffalo, 1999-2001
4. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 9, Hickory Woods Subdivision, Buffalo, 1999-2001

Box 6
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1. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 1, NTU Circuits, Bayshore, 1991-1996
2. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 1, Port Washington Landfill, North Hempstead, 1982-1995
3. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 1, Syosset Landfill, 1983-1986
4. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 3, 1985-2005
5. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 3, Bernal Well, Germantown, 1982-1986
6. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 3, Marathon Battery Company, Cold Spring, 1985-1991
7. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 3, Old Nyack / Dexter Landfill / Pyramid Mall Project, West Nyack, 1974-1995
8. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 3, Rotron-Woodstock, Woodstock, 1995-2002
9. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 4, Schenectady Chemicals / Schenectady International, Rotterdam Junction / Schenectady, 1989-2004
10. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 7, Clay Landfill PCBs, Clay, 1986-1987
11. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 7, Fulton Terminals, Fulton, 1986-1989
12. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 7, Volney Landfill, Volney, 1980-1989
13. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 8, Akzo Nobel Salt, Retsof, 1987-1999
14. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 8, Brockport (3 sites), 2000-2001
15. Hazardous Waste Sites, DEC Region 9, Hickory Woods Subdivision, Buffalo, 1999-2001

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Subseries 3: Health Care Without Harm, 1994-2002

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1. Contacts, 1994-2001
2. Contacts and Outreach, 1996-2000
3. Contacts and Outreach, 1996-2000
4. Contacts and Outreach, 1996-2000
5. Contacts and Outreach, 1996-2000
6. Contacts and Outreach, 1996-2000
7. Contacts and Outreach, 1996-2000
8. Cutting Costs, Reducing Waste, and Buying Smart, October 29, 1998
9. Cutting Costs, Reducing Waste, and Buying Smart, October 29, 1998
10. Cutting Costs, Reducing Waste, and Buying Smart, October 29, 1998
11. Cutting Costs, Reducing Waste, and Buying Smart, Follow Up, October 29, 1998
12. Environmentally Preferable Purchasing, 1997-2000
13. Environmentally Preferable Purchasing, 1999-2000
14. “Greening” Hospitals, 1998
15. “Greening” Hospitals, 1998
16. HCWH NYC, 1999-2002
17. HCWH NYC, 1999-2002
18. HCWH NYC, 1999-2002
19. HCWH NYC, 1999-2002
20. HCWH NYC, 1999-2002
21. HCWH NYC, 1999-2002
22. National Campaign, 1998-2001
23. Pins, undated
24. Planning, 1999-2001
25. Resources, Other States, 1997-1999
26. Slides, undated
27. Waste Management, 1998-2001
28. Waste Management, 1998-2001

Box 2
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1. Environmental Curriculum, 2002
2. Environmental Curriculum, 2002
3. Environmental Curriculum, 2002
4. Environmental Curriculum, 2002
5. Environmental Curriculum, 2002
6. Environmental Curriculum, 2002
7. Environmental Curriculum, 2002

Box 3
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Pollution Prevention Kit for Nurses (part of Waste Management)

Box 4
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1. Environmentally Safe Hospitals, Resources, 1998
2. Environmental Safe Hospitals, Comments, 1999-2000
3. Environmentally Safe Hospitals, Original, 2000
4. Environmentally Safe Hospitals, Conference, October 12, 2000
5. Environmentally Safe Hospitals, Correspondence, 2000
6. Healthcare and Dioxin, 1996-2000
7. Healthcare and Dioxin, 1996-2000
8. Healthcare and Dioxin, 1996-2000
9. Healthcare and Dioxin, 1996-2000
10. Incineration, 1997-1999
11. Incineration, 1997-1999
12. Incineration, 1997-1999
13. Latex, 1999-2000
14. Mercury, 1998-2000
15. Mercury, 1998-2000
16. Mercury, 1999-2000
17. Mercury, 2000-2001
18. Mercury, 2000-2001
19. Needlesticks, 1998-2000
20. Pesticides, 1998-1999
21. PVC, 1998-2000
22. Resources, 1995-2001
23. Resources, 1995-2001
24. Resources, 1995-2001
25. Resources, 1995-2001
26. Resources, 1995-2001
27. Resources, 1996-2002
28. Resources Guide, Research, 1998-1999
29. Waste Management, 1998-2001
30. Waste Reduction Manual for Hospitals and Health Care Facilities, 1999

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1. Resources, 1996-2000
2. Resources, 1996-2000
3. Resources, 1996-2000
4. Resources, 1996-2000
5. Resources, 1996-2000
6. Resources, 1996-2000
7. Resources, 1996-2000
8. Resources, 1996-2000
9. Resources, 1997
10. Resources, 1999
11. Resources, 2000
12. Resources, 2000-2002
13. Resources, 2000-2002
14. Resources, 2000-2002
15. Resources, 2000-2002
16. Resources, 2001
17. Resources, Healing the Harm, 1996-2000
18. Resources, Setting Healthcare’s Environmental Agenda, October 16, 2000
19. Resources, Wisconsin Mercury Source Book, 1997
20. Resources, Wisconsin Mercury Source Book, 1997
21. Resources, Wisconsin Mercury Source Book, 1997

Box 6
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1. Blue Vinyl: A Toxic Comedy for the Whole Family, Documentary, Flyer, 2002
2. First Do No Harm: Polyvinyl Chloride and Medicine’s Responsibility, Videotape, Promotional Letter, 2000

Box 7
Folder

1. Contacts and Outreach, 1996-2000
2. Cutting Costs, Reducing Waste, and Buying Smart, October 29, 1998
3. Mercury, 2001

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Blue Vinyl: A Toxic Comedy for the Whole Family, Documentary, VHS Videotape, 2002
First Do No Harm: Polyvinyl Chloride and Medicine’s Responsibility, VHS Videotape, 2000


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Subseries 4: Healthy Schools, Youth, and the Environment, 1991-1996

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1. Healthy Schools Network, 1993-1996
2. Rochester’s Perilous Playgrounds September 1993
3. Youth and the Environment, 1991-1995


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Subseries 5: Hudson River PCBs, 1986-2002

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1. Hudson River PCBs, 1986-2002
2. Hudson River PCBs, 1986-2002
3. Hudson River PCBs, 1986-2002


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Subseries 6: Kodak, 1989-2004

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1. Agency Letters, 1993-1996
2. Agency for Toxic Substance and Disease Registry, Cancer Studies, 1995-1998
3. CEO Compensation, 1998
4. Corporate Articles, 1997-1998
5. Datacenter Research, 1998
6. Department of Environmental Conservation, 1992-1998
7. Department of Environmental Conservation, undated
8. Directory of Shareholder Affiliations, 1996
9. Economic Development, 1996-1997
10. Empire State Development Corporation, 1994-1997
11. Employer Stats, 1996-1997
12. Environmental Facilities Corporation, 1997
13. Environmental Violations, 1991-1998
14. ESDC/DED, 1995-1997
15. ESDC/DED, 1996-1998
16. Executive Excess ’98, 1998
17. Guide to a Fair Economic Policy for New York State, March 1998
18. Guide to Federal Welfare Reform, Volume II, February 1997
19. IDAs, 1992-1997
20. Job Training Programs, 1994-1997
21. Job Training Programs, 1995-1996
22. Kodak, 1995-1997
23. Kodak Articles, 1990-1998
24. Kodak Articles, 1996-1998
25. Kodak Antiunion Activities, 1989-1996
26. Kodak Finances, 1995-1998
27. Kodak and New York State Tax and Finance, 1997
28. KPW Site, 1996
29. Lawsuits, 1990-1998
30. Lawsuits, 1995-1997
31. Layoffs, 1994-1998
32. Legislature, 1996-1997
33. Miscellaneous Anti-Environment Affiliations, 1993-1998
34. NAFTA, 1991, 1996
35. New York Power Authority, 1997
36. NLRB, 1997
37. New York State Department of Labor, 1997
38. New York State Department of Labor, 1998
39. NYSERDA, 1998
40. Original Draft Scorecard, 1998
41. OSHA, 1996-1998
42. Press Release Advisories, 1998
43. Recommendations, 1998
44. Shareholder Resolution Information, 1996
45. Stockholders, 1998
46. A Tarnished Image: The Eastman Kodak Performance Scorecard, April 30, 1998
47. Workface New York State, 1997

Box 2
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1. Background Information, 1990-1997
2. CEC and Kodak, 1997
3. CEC Letters and Leaflets, 1996-1998
4. Contributions to Monroe County State Senators and Other Legislators, 1993-1994
5. Contributions to Monroe County State Senators and Other Legislators, 1994-1998
6. FEC Data Federal NY Campaigns, 1993-1994
7. FEC Data Federal NY Campaigns, 1995-1996
8. FEC Data Federal NY Campaigns, 1995-1996
9. FEC Data Federal NY Campaigns, 1997-1998
10. Karl Breyman FOIL Requests, 1999-2000
11. Kodak Activities, 1996-1998
12. Kodak Activities, 1999-2000
13. Kodak Activities, 1999-2000
14. Kodak Activities, 2000-2004
15. Kodak Activities, 2001-2002
16. Kodak Activities, 2001-2002
17. Kodak Correspondence, 1996-1998
18. Kodak Flyers, 1997
19. Kodak PAC Contributions and Members, 1993-1998
20. Kodak Summary, August 2002
21. Kodak Website, 1998
22. Monroe County Guide to Elected Officials, 1998
23. PAC Contributions, 1995-1998
24. Soft Money Contributions and Individual Employees, 1993-1998

Box 3
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1. CEC and Kodak, undated
2. CEC Letters and Leaflets, 1996-1998
3. IDAs, undated
4. Kodak News Clippings, undated
5. Kodak News Clippings, undated
6. Kodak Flyers, 1997
7. Shareholder Resolution Information, 1998


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Subseries 7: Labor and the Environment Network, 1989-2001

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1. Corporate Welfare Accountability Report, 1995
2. Corporate Welfare Accountability Report, 1995
3. Corporate Welfare Accountability Report, 1995
4. Corporate Welfare and LEN, 1995
5. Corporate Welfare and LEN, 1995
6. Frank Johnson, LEN Speaker, 1991
7. Keeping Score, Comments, Fall 1997
8. Keeping Score, Final with Addendums, March 1998
9. Labor and Environment Conference, 1989-1990
10. LEN Conference, Attendees and Correspondence, 1989
11. LEN Conference, Thank You Notes and Contact Information, 1989
12. LEN Conference Budgets, 1989-1991
13. LEN Conference, Environmental News and Registration Form, 1990
14. LEN Conference, Thank You Notes, Evaluation and Summary Forms, 1990
15. LEN Conference, Sign up Sheets and Housing List, 1990
16. LEN Conference, “Building a Movement” Information, 1991
17. LEN Conference, “Building a Movement” Information, 1991
18. LEN Conference, Workshop Needs and Summaries, 1991
19. LEN Conference, Assortment of Information, includes Evaluation Forms and Proposals, 1991-1992
20. LEN Conference, Participation Lists and News Releases, 1991-1992
21. LEN Conference, Programs, 1992
22. LEN Conference, News Packet and Guide, 1993
23. LEN Conference, Newsletters and Publications, 1993
24. LEN Conference, Newsletters and Reports, 1993
25. LEN Conference, Brochures, 1994, 1995, 1998
26. LEN Conference, Evaluations, 1994
27. LEN Conference, Resource List, Guides, and Evaluation Forms, 1995
28. LEN Conference, Evaluations, 1995
29. Sample Post Conference Handout, 1998

Box 2
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1. Corporate Accountability, October 4, 2001
2. The Great Louisiana Tax Giveaway, 1992
3. Jobs and the Environment, 1993
4. Jobs and Environmental Training, 1993-1994
5. Labor and the Environment Outreach, 1992
6. Labor and the Environment Retreat, 1992-1993
7. Labor and the Environment Retreat, 1992-1993
8. Labor and the Environment Retreat, 1992-1993
9. LEN, Environment Information, including the US--Mexican Free Trade Agreement, 1989-1993
10. LEN, Agendas, 1992-1996
11. LEN, “Building a Movement” Information, 1994
12. LEN, Thank You Notes and Correspondence, 1994-1995
13. LEN, Chemical Agriculture, 1994-1996
14. LEN, Corporate Pollution, 1994-1997
15. LEN, “Jobs and the Environment,” 1994-1997
16. LEN, Accountability Report and Correspondence, 1995
17. LEN, Budget, Program, and Participation List, 1998
18. LEN, Correspondence with other Organizations, 1999
19. LEN, Minutes and Meeting Plans, 2001
20. LEN Resources, 1990-1995
21. LEN Resources, 1990-1998
22. LEN Resources, 1993-1996
23. LEN Resources, 1994 and 1996
24. LEN Resources, 1995-1996
25. LEN Resources, 1998
26. LEN Resources, 1999-2000
27. United Steelworkers Hazardous Chemical Training Course Resource Manual, 1991
28. United Steelworkers Hazardous Chemical Training Course Resource Manual, 1991
29. United Steelworkers Hazardous Chemical Training Course Resource Manual, 1991
30. United Steelworkers Hazardous Chemical Training Course Resource Manual, 1991
31. United Steelworkers Hazardous Chemical Training Course Resource Manual, 1991

Box 3
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1. Photographs, undated
2. Photographs, undated
3. Photographs, undated
4. Photographs, undated
5. Photographs, undated

Box 4
Folder

1. Labor and the Environment Retreat, 1992-1993
2. LEN, Corporate Welfare Carnival, 2001
3. LEN, Workshop and Conference Information, 1989-1997
4. LEN, Environmental Information, 1992
5. LEN, Program, 1994-1995
6. LEN Articles, 1995
7. LEN Conference, 1990
8. LEN Conference, 1991
9. LEN Conference, 1993

Videotapes

WSTM Channel 3 Syracuse, Editorial, Opposition to Ban on PVC Piping Passed by the New York State Legislature, Described as “Gift” to Organized Labor, VHS Videotape, circa 2000


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Subseries 8: Low Level Radioactive Waste, 1973-1997

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1. LLRW, Committee and Participation Lists, Steps Needed for LLRW Management, 1983
2. LLRW, Correspondence with NYS Assembly, 1983
3. LLRW, Studies, Newsletters, and Correspondence, 1984
4. LLRW, Correspondence with Government Officials, 1984
5. LLRW, Testimonies, Statements, 1985
6. LLRW, Memorandums and Senate--Assembly Information, 1985
7. LLRW, Nuclear Waste, Memorandums, Correspondence, 1985
8. LLRW, Hazardous Waste, Memorandums, Testimonies, 1985
9. LLRW, Newsletters, Assembly Correspondence, 1985
10. LLRW, Summaries, Assembly Information, Correspondence, 1986
11. LLRW, Testimonies, Disposal Facilities, 1987
12. LLRW, Assortment of Information, including Proposals, Comments, and the Siting Commission, 1988
13. LLRW, Commission Meetings, Attendance Sheets, 1988
14. LLRW, News Clip Articles, 1988
15. LLRW, “Don’t Waste New York,” 1989
16. LLRW, LLRW Frontline, “Developing a New York State Plan,” 1989
17. LLRW, Correspondence, Information on Waste, 1989
18. LLRW, Correspondence and Flyers, 1989
19. LLRW, Programs, Waste Disposal, Correspondence, 1989
20. LLRW, Commission Meetings and News Clippings, 1989
21. LLRW, 1989
22. LLRW, 1990
23. LLRW, 1990
24. LLRW, 1990
25. LLRW, 1990

Box 2
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1. LLRW, 1990
2. LLRW, 1990
3. LLRW, 1991
4. LLRW, 1991
5. LLRW, 1991
6. LLRW, 1991
7. LLRW, 1992
8. LLRW, 1992
9. LLRW, 1992
10. LLRW, 1992
11. LLRW, 1993
12. LLRW, 1993
13. LLRW, 1993
14. LLRW, 1993
15. LLRW, 1994
16. LLRW, 1994
17. LLRW, 1994
18. LLRW, 1995
19. LLRW, 1996-1997, 2001
20. On-Site Reactor Storage, 1985-1995
21. On-Site Reactor Storage, 1985-1995
22. On-Site Reactor Storage, 1985-1995
23. On-Site Reactor Storage, 1985-1995
24. Redefinition LLRW, 1983-1989
25. West Valley Site (New York), undated
26. West Valley Site (New York), undated

Box 3
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1. LLRW, 1983
2. LLRW, 1984
3. LLRW, 1985
4. LLRW, 1986
5. LLRW, 1988
6. LLRW, 1989
7. LLRW, 1990
8. LLRW, 1991
9. LLRW, 1992
10. LLRW, 1993
11. LLRW, 1994

Box 4
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1. Annual Report of Environmental Radiation in New York State, 1973 and 1975
2. Concerns Regarding the National Academy of Sciences’ Review of New York State Low-Level Radioactive Waste Sitting Process, February 1994
3. Conference on Public Health Considerations For Low-Level Radioactive Waste Disposal in New York State, March 19-20, 1987
4. Deadly Defense: Military Radioactive Landfills, 1988
5. Environmental Radiation in New York State, 1982-1985
6. Environmental Radiation in New York State, 1986
7. Environmental Radiation in New York State, 1987 and 1988
8. Generic Scope of Draft Environmental Impact Statement, September 1988
9. Handbook of Disposal Technologies for Low-Level Radioactive Waste, June 1987
10. Handbook of Disposal Technologies for Low-Level Radioactive Waste, June 1987
11. High-Level Dollars, Low-Level Sense, 1992
12. Living Without Landfills, 1987
13. LLRW Resources, 1995
14. LLRW Summary Article, 1997
15. LLRW Transport Reports, 1960-1992
16. Low-Level Radioactive Waste Management in New York, September 1988
17. New York State Low-Level Radioactive Waste Management Study, Volume One, April 1984
18. New York State Low-Level Radioactive Waste Management Study, Volume Two, April 1984
19. New York State Low-Level Radioactive Waste Management Study, Volume Three, April 1984
20. New York State Low-Level Radioactive Waste Status Report, 1987
21. Plan for Selecting Sites for Disposal of Low-Level Radioactive Wastes, November 1988
22. Radiation and Health Information, undated
23. Radiation and Health Information, undated
24. Radiation and Health Information, undated
25. Radiation Induced Cancer, 1990
26. Radiation Regulation and Protection in New York State, January 1985
27. Radioactive Medical Waste, 1994
28. Radioactivity in Air, Milk, and Water, 1975-1979
29. Recommendations for Assistance to Localities, April 1988
30. Recommendations for State Assistance to Localities Affected by the Sitting of Low-Level Radioactive Waste Management Facility, April 1987
31.Secrecy, Money, and Deception: The Attempt to Site West Valley, November 1991
32. Statewide Exclusionary Screening Report, September 1988
33. The U.S. Military’s Toxic Legacy, 1991

Box 5
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1. 6 NYCRR Part 382, December 1987
2. Developing a New York State Plan for Interim Management of Low-Level Radioactive Waste, January 30, 1989
3. Disposal Method Evaluation Procedures, March 1994
4. Environmental Radiation in New York State, 1990 and 1991
5. Environmental Radiation in New York State, 1992
6. Environmental Radiation in New York State, 1993
7. Executive Summary, 6 NYCRR Part 382, December 1987
8. Executive Summary-Disposal Method Screening Report, July 1989
9. Executive Summary Report on Potential Sites Identification, September 1989
10. Executive Summary-Source Term Report: Low-Level Radioactive Waste Projections for New York, July 1989
11. Final Environmental Impact Statement, Volume 1, 6 NYCRR Part 382, December 1987
12. Final Environmental Impact Statement, Volume 2, 6 NYCRR Part 382, December 1987
13. Final Generic Environmental Impact Statement for 6 NYCRR Part 382, Volume I, January 1993
14 Final Generic Environmental Impact Statement for 6 NYCRR Part 382, Volume II, January 1993
15. Generic Site Characteristics Report, June 1994
16. Low-Level Radioactive Waste Storage Study, Volume I, October 1993
17. Low-Level Radioactive Waste Storage Study, Volume II, October 1993
18. Nuclear Waste: New York’s Adherence to Site Selection Procedures is Unclear, August 1992
19. NYS Low-Level Radioactive Waste Siting Commission Program Report, 1994
20. Plan for Selecting a Preferred Method for Disposal of Low-Level Radioactive Wastes, July 1993
21. Proposed Disposal Method Conceptual Design Report, June 1994
22. Response to Public Comments Relating to the Report on Potential Sites Identification, November 1992
23. Revisions to Proposed 6 NYCRR Part 382 and Revisions to Proposed Amendments to 6 NYCRR Parts 382 and 380, August 1992


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Subseries 9: 9/11/2001, Environmental Issues, 2001-2002

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1. 9/11/2001, Environmental Issues, 2001-2002


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Subseries 10: Gov. George Pataki Environmental Record, 1994-1996

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1. Pataki Environmental Record, 1994-1996


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Subseries 11: Superfund, 1984-2002

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1. Brownfields
2. Hazardous Substances List
3. No Time to Lose May 1990
4. NYSBA 2001 Legislative Forum
5. Superfund, 1984-2001
6. Superfund, 1991-2002
7. Superfund, 1992-2002
8. Superfund, 2001
9. Superfund Proposals 2002
10. Superfund Resources, 1985-2001
11. Tools for Action, 1987
12. Tools for Action, 1987


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Subseries 12: Toxics, 1983-2002

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1. Birth Defects Study, 1989-1994
2. The Department of Environmental Conservation…a Program and Budget History, January 1985
3. DOH and CEC, 1983-1991
4. DOH and CEC, 1992-1999
5. DOH and CEC, 1992-1999
6. DOH and CEC, 1992-1999
7. DOH Environmental Health Information Kit, 1991
8. Enforcement Campaigns, 1984-1994
9. Enforcement Campaigns, 1984-1994
10. Enforcement Campaigns, 1984-1994
11. Right-to-Know, 2001-2002
12. Right-to-Know, 2001-2002
13. Toxics, 1990-2002
14. Toxics Coalition, 1983
15. Toxics Coalition, 1984
16. Toxics Coalition, 1984
17. Toxics Coalition, 1985
18. Toxics Coalition, 1986
19. Toxics Coalition, 1986
20. Toxics Coalition, 1987
21. Toxics Coalition, 1988
22. Toxics Coalition, 1989
23. Toxics Coalition, 1989
24. Toxics and Department of Health, 1983-1992
25. Toxics and Department of Health, 1983-1992
26. Toxics and Department of Health, 1983-1992
27. Ward Stone, Budget, 1986-1996

Box 2
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1. CECOS Landfill, 1990
2. A Citizen’s Guide to Hazardous Waste Technologies and Resources, 1989
3. DEC Budget Campaign, 1987-1995
4. DEC Commissioner’s Meeting, 1988
5. DEC Complaint Forms, 1998 and 1994
6. DEC Complaint Forms, 1998 and 1994
7. DEC Regulatory Reform , 1993-1994
8. DEC Regulatory Reform, 1995
9. DEC Regulatory Reform, 1995
10. DEET Campaign, 1991
11. Hazardous Waste Transportation, 1988
12. Help! Give Earth a Chance, 1972
13. Lead Ban, 1992
14. Not in Anyone’s Backyard Conference, November 7, 1992
15. OMH Corp, Mobile Incinerator, 1991
16. OXY Incinerator, 1986
17. Part 378 Regulations, 1991-1994
18. Part 378 Regulations, 1991-1994
19. Poisoning Property: The Impact of Toxics on California’s Economy, 1985
20. Reducing Toxic Wastes, 1991
21. School Siting Proposal, 1988
22. Toxic Waste Reduction, 1986-1992
23. Toxic Waste Reduction Resources, 1986-1995
24. Toxic Waste Siting, 1985-1987
25. Toxic Waste Siting, 1988-1990
26. Toxic Waste Siting, 1988-1990
27. Toxic Waste Siting, 1991
28. Toxic Waste Siting, 1991
29. Toxic Waste Siting, 1993-1994
30. Toxic Waste Siting, 2002
31. Toxic Waste Siting, Final New York State Hazardous Waste Facility Siting Plan (Draft) and Generic Environmental Impact Statement, September 1991
32. Toxics in Your Community Coalition Membership List, 1989
33. Toxics in Your Community Newsletters, 1985-1993
34. Where Can the Children Play? A Report on Long Island’s Priority Environmental Hazards & A Directory of Long Island Environmental Organizations, May 1993

Box 3
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1. CECOS Landfill, 1990
2. DEC Budget Campaign, 1987-1995
3. DEC Complaint Forms, 1988 and 1994
4. DEC Complaint Forms, 1988 and 1994
5. Enforcement Campaigns, 1984-1994
6. Environmental Quality Bond Act, 1986
7. OXY Incinerator, 1986
8. Part 378 Regulations, 1991-1994
9. Toxics Coalition, 1984
10. Toxics Coalition, 1985
11. Toxics Coalition, 1986-1987
12. Toxics Coalition, 1988
13. Toxics Coalition, 1989
14. Toxics Coalition, 1990
15. Toxics in Your Community Newsletters, 1985-1993
16. Toxic Waste Siting, 1988-1990
17. Toxic Waste Siting, 1993-1994
18. Ward Stone Budget, 1986-1996


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Subseries 13: Water, 1985-2000

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1. A Citizen’s Guide to Preventing Groundwater Pollution, Fall 1997
2. Contacts at Bureau of Public Water Supply Protection, 1997
3. Coordinating Committee, 1997-1998
4. Diane Hemingway Comments and Testimony, 1997-1998
5. DOH Chemical Contamination, 1992
6. Drinking Water, 1994-1995
7. EPA SWAP Guidance, 1997
8. Ground Water Resources, 1996
9. Ground Water Resources, 1997
10. Miscellaneous, 1992-1998, undated
11. New York State 303d List, 1998
12. New York State SWAP Focus Group Meetings, 1997
13. New York State Source Water Assessment Program Plan, February 6, 1999
14. New York State Source Water Assessment Program Plan, November 1999
15. Partial List of Potential Sources of Contamination, undated
16. Public Participation Assessment Format Work Group Meeting, February 25, 1998
17. Safe Drinking Water Act Amendments of 1996, 1996
18. Safe Drinking Water Bill, 1987-1993
19. Small Towns Environmental Program, 1993-1998
20. Source Protection, March 1996
21. Source Water Protection Coordinating Committee Meeting, April 1, 1998
22. Support Packet for Source Water Assessment Program Meetings, 1998
23. SWAP, 1996-1999
24. SWAP, 1997-2000
25. SWAP, 1998
26. SWAP, 1998-1999
27. SWAP, 2000, undated
28. SWAP Clearinghouse, 1988-2001, undated
29. SWAP Conference, 1998
30. SWAP Email List, 1998
31. SWAP and EPA, 1999-2000
32. Water, 1997-2002
33. Water Management Advisory Committee, 1997-1998
34. Water Policy Advocacy, 1985-1997
35. Water Resources, 1981-1988
36. Water Resources, 2003
37. Workshops, 1996-1998

Box 2
Folder

1. Hudson Valley Green Times, Special Feature – Water, Vol. 22, No. 3, 2002
2. Lake Champlain Basin, 2002-2003
3. Lake George Watershed, 2001-2003
4. Safe Water Drinking Bill, 1987-1993
5. Water Policy Advocacy, 1985-1997


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Series 2: Administrative Files, 1987-2002

Box 1
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1. Board of Directors, 2002
2. CEC Organization, 1990-1991
3. Contacts, 1999-2003
4. Environmental Hazards Information, 2001-2003
5. General Office Files, 1990
6. General Office Files, 1990
7. General Office Files, 1990
8. General Office Files, 1991
9. General Office Files, 1991
10. General Office Files, 1991
11. General Office Files, 1992
12. General Office Files, 1992
13. General Office Files, 1993
14. General Office Files, 1994
15. General Office Files, 1994
16. General Office Files, 1995
17. General Office Files, 1996
18. General Office Files, 1997
19. Membership / Recruitment, 1992, 2000
20. Strategic Planning, 2000-2002

Box 2
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1. General Office Files, 1982
2. General Office Files, 1991
3. General Office Files, 1992
4. General Office Files, 1993


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Series 3: Fundraising, 1985-2004

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1. Beldon Fund, 1987-1996
2. Canvassing, Budget, 1991-1994
3. Canvassing, Weekly Reports, 1992
4. Canvassing, Weekly Reports, 1993
5. Canvassing, Weekly Reports, 1994
6. Citizen’s Clearinghouse for Hazardous Waste/ Community Leadership Development Grant Program, 1989-1993
7. Citizen’s Clearinghouse for Hazardous Waste/ Community Leadership Development Grant Program, 1994
8. Citizen’s Clearinghouse for Hazardous Waste/ Community Leadership Development Grant Program, 1995-1996
9. Citizen’s Clearinghouse for Hazardous Waste/ Community Leadership Development Grant Program, 1997-1998
10. CEC Fundraising Documents, 2003
11. Charles Stewart Mott Foundation, 1986-1991
12. Charles Stewart Mott Foundation, 1991-1992
13. Charles Stewart Mott Foundation, 1992
14. Charles Stewart Mott Foundation, 1993
15. Charles Stewart Mott Foundation, 1994
16. Charles Stewart Mott Foundation, 1995-1997
17. Daily Canvassing Crew Statistics, Sampling, 1992-1993
18. Daily Canvassing Crew Statistics, Sampling, 1994-1995
19. ESC Training Grants, 1995-1999
20. ESC Training Grants, 2000-2004
21. Fundraising Contacts, 2002
22. Grants and Fundraising Information
23. James. C. Penney Fundraising, 1987-1992
24. Major Donor Campaign, 2000
25. Major Donor Tracking, 2000

Box 2
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1. Major Donor Tracking, 2001
2. Major Donor Tracking, 2001
3. Major Donor Tracking, 2001
4. Major Donor Tracking, 2001
5. Major Donor Tracking, 2001
6. North Shore Unitarian Universalist Veatch Program, 1985-1989
7. North Shore Unitarian Universalist Veatch Program, 1991-1994
8. Public Welfare Foundation, 1986-1989
9. Public Welfare Foundation, 1990-1991
10. Public Welfare Foundation, 1992-1994
11. Public Welfare Foundation, 1995-1996
12. Public Welfare Foundation, 1997-1998
13. Robert Sterling Clark Foundation, 1985-1988
14. Robert Sterling Clark Foundation, 1989-1997
15. W. Alton Jones Foundation, 1986-1989
16. W. Alton Jones Foundation, 1990-1994


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Subseries 1: Artwork, circa 1995-2000


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Series 4: Graphics Files, 1977-2001
Subseries 2: Cartoons, 1977-2000

Box 1
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1. Acid Rain, Cartoons, circa 1982, 1985
2. Air, Cartoons, circa 1987, 1992, 1995
3. Birds, Cartoons, circa 1985
4. Cartoons, etc., circa 1988-1992
5. Fish, Whales, etc., Water Species, Cartoons, circa 1985
6. Global Warming, Cartoons, circa 1985
7. Graphics, Cartoons, circa 1986-1991
8. Groundwater Poster Contest Winners, Cartoons, undated
9. Headings, Cartoons, circa 1990
10. Kids’ Cartoons, circa 1994
11. Labor, Cartoons, circa 1993
12. Miscellaneous, Cartoons, circa 1989, 1993, 1995
13. Nuclear Energy, Cartoons, circa 1989, 1992, 2000
14. People, Cartoons, circa 1999
15. Pesticides, Cartoons, circa 1995, 1999-2000
16. Sceneries, Cartoons, circa 1985, 1994-1995
17. Solid Waste, Cartoons, circa 1992, 1994
18. Toxic Cartoons, circa 1977, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1994, 1998
19. Toxic Waste, Drums, Cartoons, circa 1991
20. Toxic Waste, Worldview, Cartoons, circa 1985, 1988, 1998, 2000
21. Water, Cartoons, circa 1982, 1987, 1990, 2001
22. Wildlife Conservation and Cartoons, circa 1985


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Subseries 3: Photographs, 1986-2001

Box 1
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1. LEN Conference and LEN Syracuse Meetings, Photographs and Negatives, 1990
2. Diane Grelwater Classes, CHE Conference, Diane and Charlotte Awards, Akzo Building Solidarity Rally, Geneseo, CEC Award Winners at Earth Day Lobby Day, Fulton Landfill, Albion Ash Dump Hit, 1997
3. CEC/DWNY “Simpsons” and Don’t Screw West Valley Press Event, Lobby Day Photo with Stacy Hammill, Beth and John Stouffer and Assistant, Hudson River Press Conference on Superfund Map with Edie and Clearwater, Governor Pataki; Fishing for Toxic Fish!, 1995
4. CEC, Earth Day Benefit, Photographs and Negatives, April 1996
5. CEC 10th Anniversary Party Albany, October Canton Building Meeting, May CHE Conference with CEC Award Winners (Tom and Anne), 1993
6. Staff Get Together, Greenpeace Practice at DH, Banner CEC, Fall Gloversville Building Meeting, 1992
7. CEC Building and Strategic Planning, Spring 1995
8. CEC Lockport Building Meeting, CEC Farmersville Building Meeting and Dump Tour, 1994
9. LEN Conference, Albany, NY, October 1995
10. Love Canal Mutant Pageant, State Capitol, Albany, with Lois Gibbs, Gary Michael, Diane Heminway, DWNY folks, etc., 1991
11. Love Canal Rallies, Spring 1991
12. Award Winners CEC, Superfund Albany Press Conference, Niagara Falls Steering Committee Meeting, Toxics in Your Community Coalition, CEC group at DEC, Ward Stone Rally, CECOS Press Event, LEN Conference, EPL Conference with Toxics Coalition, Cold Springs Building Meeting, 1986-1989
13. LEN Conference, Albany, Photographs and Negatives, 1992
14. Diane at USWA Chemical Hazard Training in Costume, Banner, CEC C+D Meeting and Hinchey Award Presentation, Long Island Dump Tours, Elsa and Joan, Sonia Road Dump Pictures, CEC Staff Picture, Earth Day Lobby Day, Incineration Press Hit, CEC Mugs, 1991
15. CEC April Building Meeting, CEC January Building Meeting, Earth Day Lobby Day, Cayadulto Creek Bill Board, 1996
16. CEC C+D Statewide Meeting, Photographs and Negatives, March 2, 1991
17. CEC Staff Pictures, Albany, Rally on Superfund/Corporate Welfare, Greenpeace Canada Dioxin Event, Rochester Kodak Press Conference, Spring 1998
18. LEN Conference, October 1998
19. LEN Conference, November 1993
20. LEN Conference, 1992
21. LEN Conference, 1992
22. LEN and CEC, Laudis Plastics Rally, February 1, LEN Group Meeting, May 1997
23. LEN Conference, Photographs and Negatives, 1995
24. CEC LEN Conference, Negatives, 1992
25. Toxic Tour, Schenectady, Photographs and Negatives, December 9, 2000
26. Toxic Tours, Rensselaer-BASF, Schenectady-United Planting, Photographs and Negatives, December 9, 2000
27. Caledonia Groundwater Workshop, November 15, 2000
28. CEC Contact Sheets and Negatives
29. CEC Photographs, undated
30. CEC Photographs and Photocopies, undated
31. CEC Photographs, April 19, 1990
32. CEC Photographs, undated
33. LEN Conference, Photographs and Negatives, May 6, 2001
34. LEN Carnival, Photographs and Negatives, May 7, 2001
35. HCWH Conference, October 12, Hearing and Rally, October 30, 2000
36. HCWH Meeting, Photographs and Negatives, December 2000


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Series 5: Issue Files, 1978-2002

Box 1
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1. CEC Issue File Lists, undated
2. “A Call to Establish a Catskill Mountain Green Party,” undated
3. Above-ground Storage and Excavation, 1986-1996
4. “The Activist’s Guide to Resources for Researching Corporations,” ERIN, September 1997
5. Air Pollution, 1986-2001
6. Air Pollution, 1986-2001
7. Air Toxics, 1985-1999
8. Air Toxics, 1985-1999
9. Arsenic, 1997-2002
10. Asbestos, 1982-1997
11. Asbestos, 1982-1997
12. Assessment of the Potential Environmental Impact of Incinerator Emissions, 1991
13. Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR), 1996-1998
14. Asthma, 1995-1996
15. Attorney General, 1993-2000
16. Batteries, 2002
17. Bill Drafting Manual, State of New York, 1985
18. “Biomonitoring to Achieve Control of Toxic Effluents,” EPA, September 1987
19. Bioremediation Technology, 1987-1998
20. Bioremediation Technology, 1987-1998
21. Biotesting, 1988, 2002
22. Birth Defects, 1989-2001
23. Bond Act 1986, Environmental, 1986-1990
24. Bond Act 1996, Clean Water/Clean Air, 1998-1999
25. Bottled Water Studies, 1982-1991
26. BRC (Below Regulatory Concern), 1990-1992
27. Breast Cancer, 1991-1999
28. Browing Ferris Industries, Inc. (BFI), 1987-1999
29. Burn Barrels/Open Burning of Solid Waste, 1984-2002
30. Burn Barrels/Open Burning of Solid Waste, 1984-2002
31. Business Council, 1999

Box 2
Folder

1. Campaign Contribution Report, 1990
2. Cancer, 1996-1998
3. “Capacity Assurance Plan,” NYS DEC, Division of Hazardous Substances Regulation, October 17, 1989.
4. Cellular Microwave, 1996-2001, undated
5. Cement Kilns, 1987-1990
6. Cement Kilns, 1991-1996
7. Central New York Committee on Occupational Safety and Health, 1997
8. Chlorine, 1991, 1992-1994
9. Chlorine, 1995-1996, undated
10. Chemical Sensitivity, 1989-1994, 1999-2001
11. Chemical Spills, 1987-1997, 1999
12. Children and Toxics, 1985-1986, 1995-1999
13. Children and Toxics, 2000
14. Children and Toxics 2001-2002, undated
15. CIO Landfill, 1988-1994, undated
16. Citizen Participation, 1983, 1987, 1993-1994, undated
17. Citizen Participation Legislation, 1991-1994, undated
18. Citizen Participation Plans, Hazardous Waste Sites, 1983, 1986-1987
19. Citizen Participation Plans, Hazardous Waste Sites, 1988-1990
20. Citizen Participation Plans, Hazardous Waste Sites, 1992-1993, 1996-1998
21. Citizen Participation Plans, Hazardous Waste Sites, undated
22. Citizen Suits, 1994-1996
23. “The Citizens Toxics Protection Manual,” Ch. I-V, 1988
24. “The Citizens Toxics Protection Manual,” Ch. VI-VII, 1988
25. “The Citizens Toxics Protection Manual,” Ch. VIII, 1988
26. “The Citizens Toxics Protection Manual,” Ch. IX-XI, 1988
27. “The Citizens Toxics Protection Manual,” Ch. XII-XIII, 1988

Box 3
Folder

1. Clean Sites, 1984, 1990-1991
2. Clean Water Act, 1992-1993, 1997, 2002
3. Cleanup Levels, 1980, 1984, 1987-1991
4. Cleanup Levels, 1994-2001, undated
5. Cleanup Levels, “Soil Screening Guidance,” EPA, 1996
6. Cleanup Levels, “Soil Screening Guidance,” Appendixes, EPA, 1996
7. Cleanup Levels, “Soil Screening Guidance,” User’s Guide, EPA, 1996
8. Clear Air Act, 1990-1997
9. Coal Mining, 1991, 1997
10. Coal Plants, 1991, 1993-1996, 2000
11. Coal Tar Sites, 1991
12. Community Advisory Committees, 1992, 1995
13. Community Organizing, 1994
14. Composting, 1989-1998
15. Computers/Video Display Terminals, 1989, 2002, undated
16. Construction and Demolition (C and D) Pollution, 1988-1998
17. Construction and Demolition (C and D) Pollution, 1988-1998
18. Construction and Demolition (C and D) Pollution, 1988-1998
19. Corporate Research, 1992-1995, undated
20. Cost Benefit Analysis, 1995-1996
21. “Crony Environmentalism,” Bernardo Issel, Nonprofit Accountability Project, June 1999
22. DEET, 1991-1992, 1995, undated
23. DEC Commissioner, 1994-2001, undated
24. Department of Health Guidelines, 1983, 1987, 1992, 1997, 2002
25. “Drinking Water…An Endangered Resource,” CCHW, 1988
26. Dioxins, 1986-1987, 1991-1995
27. Dioxins, 1996-2000
28. Dioxins, undated
29. Dioxins, Greenpeace Publications, 1994, 1997
30. Du Pont, 1991
31. Dry Cleaning, 1992, 1994-1996

Box 4
Folder

1. Earth Day Lobby Day, 1995-1996, 1998-2002
2. East Fishkill Mine Proposal, 1991-1997
3. Electromagnetic Fields, 1987, 1988, 1990-1996
4. Electromagnetic Fields, 1999-2001, undated
5. Enforcement, 1990-1997
6. Enforcement, 1998-1999, undated
7. Enforcement, DEC Annual Reports, 1990-1992
8. “Environment 2000,” New York State, Mario Cuomo: Governor, 1986
9. Environmental Enforcement/Audit Privilege, 1989-1996
10. Environmental Education, 1989-1996
11. Environmental Facilities Corporation, 1994
12. Environmental Justice, 1988-1999
13. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), 1991-1993
14. Environmental Risk Assessment, 1991-1993
15. “Everyone’s Backyard,” 2000-2001
16. Fiberglass-Health Effects, 1991-1996
17. “Final Combined Regulatory Impact and Environmental Impact Statement: Title 6, Chapter X,” NYSDEC, 1998
18. Financial Disclosure, New York State Government, 1990-1994
19. Fish Contamination, 1992-1998
20. Fish Contamination, 1999-2001
21. Fluoridation, 1994-2000
22. Food Irradiation, 1988-1999
23. Free Trade/NAFTA, 1991-1994
24. Freedom of Information Act/Law, 1978-1996
25. “From Poison to Prevention,” The National Toxics Campaign Fund, 1989
26. “From Pollution to Prevention: A progress Report on Waste Reduction,” US Congress, Office of Technology Assessment, 1987
27. General Electric, 1992-1997
28. Good Neighbor Agreements, 1993-1996
29. Great Lakes Water Quality, 1991-1999
30. “Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement of 1978 (Revised),” 1987

Box 5
Folder

1. Groundwater Contamination, 1984-1992
2. Groundwater Contamination, 1993-1994
3. Groundwater Contamination, 1995-1996
4. Groundwater Contamination, 1997
5. Groundwater Contamination, 1998-2002
6. Hazardous Waste Incineration, 1984-1991
7. Hazardous Waste Incineration, 1992
8. Hazardous Waste Incineration, 1993-1997
9. Hazardous Waste TAGMs, 1988-1990, 1992-1996
10. Hazardous Waste Technologies, 1986-1988, 1992, 1999,
11. Hazardous Waste Technologies, 1982, 1986, 1988-1989, 1991-1993, 1995-1997
12. Hazardous Waste Technologies, DEC, 1987-1990
13. Hazardous Waste Technologies, EPA/Site, 1983, 1986-1989, 1992, 1995
14. Hazardous Waste - Transportation, US Dept. of Transportation, 1988-1992
15. Health Studies, 1995-1996, 1998-1999
16. Household Hazardous Waste, 1988-1992, 1994
17. The Hudson River, 1987
18. “In Harm’s Way: Toxic Threats to Child Development,” GBPSR, 2000
19. Incinerator Ash, 1987, 1990, 1992-1996, 2000
20. Incinerator Ash, 1987-1994

Box 6
Folder

1. Indoor Air, 1988-1989, 1991-1993, 1995, 1999, 2001
2. Industrial Waste, 1989, 1993
3. Injection Wells, New York State, 1975
4. Integrated Pest Management (IPM), Cornell Cooperative Extension, 2000-2003
5. Integrated Waste Systems (IWS), 1983, 1991-1994, 1996-1997
6. Jobs and Environment, 1992, 1995
7. Kids Against Pollution, 1992, 1996-1997
8. Landfill Problems, 1987, 1991-1994, 1996, 1999, 2002,
9. Landfill Problems, 1988, 1991-1993,
10. Lead, 1981, 1985-1991, 1994, 1998,
11. Lead, 1989-1992, 1995-1997, 2001-2002,
12. League of Conservative Voters, 1993, 1996-1999
13. Legislative Districts, Maps, 1992
14. Liability, 1993-1994, 1996-1999
15. Libraries, 1995, 2000
16. Lobby Day, 1996, 1998, 2000
17. Lobbying, How To’s, 1988, 1990, 1996
18. Lobbying Commission, New York State, 1992, 2004
19. Love Canal Anniversary, 1998
20. Manure Spreading, 1993
21. Mediation Examples, 1978, 1985-1988, 1992, 1996-1997, 1999
22. Medical Waste, 1989-1990, 1992, 1997-1998,
23. Medical Waste, 1988-1994, 1996,
24. Medical Waste, Radioactive, 1988, 1992-1994

Box 7
Folder

1. Medical Waste, Incineration, 1989-1991, 1994, 1996-1998,
2. Medical Waste, incineration, 1992, 1995,
3. Mercury, 1997-1999, 2001-2002
4. Mercury Contamination, 1986-1997
5. Mining, 1992, 1995-2000, 2002
6. MSDS, 1993
7. Municipal Waste Incineration, 1978, 1987-1990
8. Municipal Waste Incineration, 1991-1999
9. Musicians, 1990-1991
10. Natural Resource Damage, 1993-1995
11. New York State DEC, Filled Positions by Funding Source, 1996
12. Niagara Mohawk/Harbor Point Remediation Project, 1994-2000
13. Noise Pollution, 1991, 1993, 1998, 2002
14. “Non Point Source Management Program,” NYSDEC, October 2000
15. Nuclear Power, 1978, 1988, 1991-1996, 1998
16. Occupational Health Clinics, undated
17. Oil Spills, 1997, 1999-2000
18. Oil Spills--RBCA, 1996-1997
19. Oil/Gas Drilling, 1991, 1994, 1996
20. Oil/Gas Prevention, 1989-1990, 1992-1996, 2001
21. Oil/Gas Prevention, 1992, 1994-1999, 2001
22. On-site Environmental Monitors, 1992-1997
23. Open Burning, of Garbage, 1988-1990
24. Open Burning, of Garbage, 1991
25. Open Burning, of Garbage, 1992
26. Open Burning, of Garbage, 1993-1995
27. “Organic Chemicals and Drinking Water,” New York State Department of Health, 1980
28. Organizations and Media Directories, 2002

Box 8
Folder

1. Packaging Reduction Bill, The Environmentally Sound Packaging Act, 1993-1995
2. Pataki, 1995-1996, 1998
3. PCBs, 1984-2002,
4. PCBs, 1984-2002,
5. Permit Regulations, 1992-1996
6. Persistent Organic Pollutants (POPs), 1995-1996, 1998, 2000
7. Pesticide Harzards/Exposure, 1987-2001
8. Pesticide Harzards/Exposure, 1987-2001
9. Pesticide Harzards/Exposure, 1987-2001
10. Plastics, 1990-1996, undated
11. Pollution Prevention/Toxics Use Reduction, 1987-1997
12. Precautionary Principle, 1998, 2001
13. Property Values and Toxics, 1991-1996
14. Public Authorities Control Board, 1996-1997
15. Public Speaking, 1982, 1989, undated
16. Radiation and Health, 1983-2000
17. Radiation and Health, 1983-2000
18. Radiation Standards, 1990-1996
19. Radio Ads, 1996-2001
20. Radio Ads, 1996-2001
21. Radioactive Waste, High Level, 1981-1999
22. Radioactive Waste Incineration, 1986, undated
23. Radioactive Waste, Low Level, 1985-1999
24. Radon, 1988-2002
25. Regional Farm and Food Project, 1995-1999
26. Resource Conservation and Recover Act (RCRA), 1986-1998
27. Recycling, 1989-2003
28. Relocation, 1991, 1999
29. Reproductive Hazards, 1995-1996, undated
30. Risk Assessment, 1991-1993
31. Risk Assessment, 1992
32. Risk Assessment, 1985, 1989, 1992-1999

Box 9
Folder

1. Risk Based Corrective Action (RBCA), 1995-1996, 1998-1999
2. Risk Communication, 1988-1995
3. “Seminar Publication: Wellhead Protection: A Guide for Small Communities,” EPA, 1993
4. SEQRA, 1994-2001
5. Sewage Sludge, EPA, 1991-1993, 1995-2000
6. Sewage Sludge, National Sludge, 1980-1985, 1988-1989
7. Sewage Sludge, National Sludge, 1990-1992
8. Sewage Sludge, National Sludge, 1993
9. Sewage Sludge, National Sludge, 1994-1996
10. Sewage Sludge, National Sludge, 1997-1999, undated
11. Sewage Sludge, New York Sludge, 1988-1992
12. Sewage Sludge, New York Sludge, 1993-1994
13. Sewage Sludge, New York Sludge, 1995-1997
14. Sewage Sludge, New York Sludge, 1998-1999, 2001, undated
15. Sewage Sludge, Organic Standards, 1979-19811998
16. Sewage Treatment, 1985, 1992, 1994
17. Significant Threat, 1988, 1992, 1994
18. Siting, 1992-1993, 1995
19. Siting (“Cerrell” Report), 1984
20. SLAPP’s, Harassing Lawsuits, 1989, 1991
21. Solid Waste Dumping, 1991, 1993, 1995-1996, 1999, 2001
22. Solid Waste TAGM’s, 1988-1991, 1994
23. Solid Waste/Landfill Regulations, 1988-1989, 1991-1996, 1998, 2001
24. SPDES, 1990-1991, 1993, 1996, 1998
25. SSMB, 1986-2001
26. Superfund/CERCLA, 1986-1992
27. Superfund/CERCLA, 1995-1996
28. Superfund/CERCLA, 1997-2002

Box 10
Folder

1. TAGM’s: Technical and Adinistrative Guidance Memoranda, 1988-1995,
2. TAGM’s: Technical and Adinistrative Guidance Memoranda, 1988-1995,
3. TAG’s: Technical Assistance Grants, 1987-1988, 1990, 1992-1994
4. Testing, Environmental, 1995, 1997-2000
5. Thermal Desorption, 1991-1994
6. Tire Recycling and Burning, 1991, 1995-1997, 2000
7. Toxics Release Inventory (TRI), 1999
8. Transportation, 1985-1986, 1989-1992, 1994
9. TRI: Toxic Release Industry, 1986, 1989, 1991, 1993, 1995
10. T-Shirts, 1995
11. Unions, 1990, 1993, 1995-1996
12. USGS United State Geological Services, 1991
13. Video Taping, 1991, 1993-1995
14. Voluntary Cleanup, 1994-1996,
15. Voluntary Cleanup, 1994, 1996-1997, 2000,
16. Waste Management, 1990-1992, 1996, 1998,
17. Waste Management, 1987, 1990-1992, 1995-1999,
18. “Waste Management, Inc.: A Corporate Profile,” CCHW, 1988
19. “Waste Management, Inc.: An encyclopedia of Environmental Crimes and Other Misdeeds,” 1991
20. “Waste Management, Inc.: Press Reports about Violations of Law,” p. 1-120, 1988
21. “Waste Management, Inc.: Press Reports about Violations of Law,” p. 121-240, 1988
22. “Waste Management, Inc.: Environmental Crimes and Misdeeds,” Greenpeace, 1991
23. Water Management, DEC, 1996-1998
24. Water Pollution, Non-Point, 1988, 1992, 1994-1996

Box 11
Folder

1. Water Testing, 1992-1993, 1997, 2000
2. Water Treatment, 1987-1991, 1993, 1995-1996
3. Watersheds, 1990, 1996, 1999
4. Whistleblowers, 1991-1992
5. Wood, 1997, 2000-2001
6. Worker Exposures, 1980, 1986, 1991, 1994
7. World Wildlife Fund, the Global Toxic Chemicals Initiative, 2002
8. Zero Discharge Alliance, 1990-1991, 1996

Box 12
Folder

1. Asbestos, 1982-1997
2. Beneficial Use Determination (BUD), 1993-1997
3. Breast Cancer, 1991-1999
4. Cancer, 1977-1997
5. Construction and Demolition (C + D) Pollution, 1988-1998
6. Cost Benefit Analysis, undated
7. Integrated Waste Systems (IWS), 1991
8. Oil/Gas Spills, 1998
9. SPDES, 1996
10. Unions, undated
11. Waste Management, 1991-1992


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Series 6: News Clippings, 1994-2000

Box 1
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1. Cancer, Nuclear Waste, 1996-2000
2. DEC, Earth Day, Environment, 1994-1999
3. General, 1987
4. General, 1988
5. General, 1989
6. General, 1990
7. General, 1991
8. General, 1992
9. General, 1993
10. General, 1994
11. General, 1995
12. General, 1996-1999
13. Governor Pataki, Bonds and Bills, 1995-1999
14. Kodak, 1994-1999
15. Landis Plastics Factory Accidents, 1996-1997
16. Love Canal, 1995-1999
17. Pollution, Damage and Clean-up, 1994-1999
18. Superfund, 1995-1999
19. Toxic Waste Sites, 1996-1999


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Series 7: Publications, 1985-2001

Box 1
Folder

1. CEC News Bulletin, 2001
2. CEC Pamphlet, circa 1998
3. CEC Reports, 1990
4. CEC Reports, undated
5. Citizen’s Guides/Handbook, 1987, 1990, undated
6. No Time to Lose, A Critical Overview of the Super Slow State Superfund with Recommendations for Reform, 1990
7. A Tarnished Image: The Eastman Kodak Performance Scorecard, 1998
8. Tools for Action, undated
9. Toxics in Your Community, September 24, 1985
10. Toxics in Your Community, 1986
11. Toxics in Your Community, 1987
12. Toxics in Your Community, 1988
13. Toxics in Your Community, 1989
14. Toxics in Your Community, 1990
15. Toxics in Your Community, 1991
16. Toxics in Your Community, 1992
17. Toxics in Your Community, 1993
18. Toxics in Your Community, 1994
19. Toxics in Your Community, 1995
20. Toxics in Your Community, 1996-1997
21. Toxics in Your Community, 1997-1998
22. Toxics in Your Community, 1998-1999
23. Toxics in Your Community, 2000-2001
24. Where Can the Children Play? A Report on Long Island’s Priority Environmental Hazards & A Directory of Long Island Environmental Organizations, 1993


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Series 8: Research Files, 1978-2001

Box 1
Folder

1. Index, circa 1990s
2. Abestos-Azodiisobutyronitrile, circa 1978-2001
3. Acephate-Adriamycin, circa 1978-1999
4. Alachlor-Aluminum Sulfate, circa 1986-1999
5. Amino-Amitrol, circa 1978-1989
6. Ammonia-Amyl, circa 1978-1999
7. Aniline-Argon, circa 1978-1995
8. Arsenic and AS Compounds, circa 1985-2001
9. Bacteria, circa 1989
10. Barium-Beryllium Nitrate, circa 1978-1995
11. Benzene, circa 1987-1993
12. Bis-Butoxyl, circa 1978-1999
13. Butyl-Butyric, circa 1978-1986
14. Cadmium, circa 1978-1999
15. Calcium, circa 1978-1986
16. Cam-CES, circa 1978-1997
17. Chlora-Chlori, circa 1978-1999
18. Chloroa-Chloroe, circa 1978-1999
19. Chloroform, circa 1978-1997
20. Chloromethyl-CHO, circa 1978-1999
21. Chromic-Chromium, circa 1978-2001

Box 2
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1. Chry-Cobalt, circa 1978-1995
2. Copper-Cupric, circa 1978-1999
3. Cy-Cypermethrin, circa 1978-1997
4. 2,4-D-Dibutylphosphate, circa 1978-1999
5. Dica-Dicy, circa 1978-1999
6. Dieldrin-Dimethylbenzidine, circa 1978-2001
7. Dimethylbutane/Dinitrotolvene, circa 1978-2001
8. Di-n-Octyl-Phthalate-Dolomite, circa 1978-1999
9. Dioxin, circa 1988
10. Endosulfan/Ethylbutyrate, circa 1978-2001
11. Ethyl-Chloride/Ethyl Trichloro-silane, circa 1978-1999
12. Fa-Furfuryl Alcohol, circa 1978-1999
13. Fluoride, circa 1978-1996
14. G, circa 1978-1997
15. Hafnium-Hydrolic Acid, circa 1978-1999
16. Heavy Metals, circa 1988-1993
17. Hydrogen/Hydroquinone, circa 1978-1999
18. Indene-Isopropyl Isocyanate, circa 1978-1999
19. Jet Fuels, circa 1996-1999

Box 3
Folder

1. K, circa 1978
2. Lead, circa 1984-1999
3. Lindane-LPG, circa 1978
4. Magnesium-Manganese, circa 1978-2001
5. Mercury, circa 1978-2003
6. Methacrylic aid/methylaniline, circa 1978-1995
7. Methyl Bromide/Methyl Hydrazine, circa 1978-2001
8. Methyl Iodide/Metron Dazole, circa 1978-1999
9. Mica-My, circa 1978-1995
10. O, circa 1978-1996
12. Pancreatin-phenyl, circa 1978-2001
13. Pho-Plutonium, circa 1978-1999
14. Po, including PCBs, circa 1978-2001
15. Pr-Py, circa 1978-2001
16. Q, circa 1978-1989

Box 4
Folder

1. R, circa 1978-1999
2. Saccharin/Sodium Aluminum Hydride, circa 1978-1999
3. Sodium Arsenate/Hypochlorite, circa 1978-1989
4. Sodium Lauryl Sulfate/Sulprofos, circa 1978-1999
5. Solvents, circa 1989-1991
6. Talc-Tet, circa 1978-1999
7. Th-To, circa 1978-2001
8. Tr, circa 1978-1997
9. Trichloroethane (TCA), circa 1978-1999
10. Trichloroethylene (TCE), circa 1986-2003
11. Ts-Tz, circa 1978-1986
12. U, V, circa 1978-1997
13. W, X, Y, Z, circa 1978-1997


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