M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives

ARCHIVES OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS AND POLICY

Finding Aid for the
CORRECTIONAL ASSOCIATION OF NEW YORK

Records, 1844-1988
APAP-014

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

Finding Aid Compiled by
Cynthia A. Morrison
May 11, 1990
Revised by Bonita L. Weddle
May 2, 2000
Revision Completed by Rosann Santos
September 2000







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: 30.97 cubic feet, 11 reels of microfilm

ACQUISITION: All items in this manuscript group were donated to the University Libraries, M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives, by the by the Correctional Association of New York in 1990. A further accession was received in August 2006

ACCESS: Access to portions of Series 1, 3, 5, 6, and 7 is restricted. All folders marked with an asterisk are restricted and requests to view these materials must be discussed with a staff member. All other series are unrestricted. Consult a staff member for further details.

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:


Correctional Association of New York
Administrative History

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The Correctional Association of New York was founded in 1844 by John W. Edmonds, President of the Board of Inspectors at Sing Sing Prison. 1 Originally named the Prison Association of New York, the organization was formed to ameliorate the conditions of criminal defendants and prisoners, improve the discipline and administration of local jails and state prisons, and furnish assistance and encouragement to reformed convicts after discharge. It is the only private organization in the state that has the power to conduct on-site examinations of state and local correctional facilities and report its findings and recommendations to governmental authorities.2 Since 1846, it has been charged with submitting an annual report on prison conditions in New York State to the New York State Assembly.

The Association has always furnished aid to male and female prisoners. However, roughly a decade after its foundation a number of members became convinced that the special needs of female offenders were not being addressed. Led by Issac G. Hopper, the chair of the Association's Female Department, they left the Association and formed their own group, the Women's Prison Association of New York.3

During the nineteenth century, the organization took a leading role in prison reform in the United States and the world. It formed the National Prison Association (now the American Prison Association), a nationwide umbrella organization, in 1870. Two years later, it started the International Prison Congress, a world-wide gathering of prison officials and social reformers that met every five years. The League of Nations eventually assumed responsibility for running the conferences, which are now held under the auspices of the United Nations.

The Association was active in promoting numerous criminal justice system reforms in New York State. The organization was instrumental in creating New York State's first probation and parole systems (c.1875) and pressed for the creation of separate facilities for youthful offenders (1864-74) and a separate juvenile justice system (1874-1904).4 The Association sought to ensure that prisoners had opportunities to acquire formal education and advocated the creation of prison libaries (1904-24). It also fought to ensure that prisoners could learn a trade while incarcerated and that their labor was not exploited. Other policies the Association advocated included: a prison classification system; opposition to corporal punishment (1844-64); the Presidential Commutation Act; special care facilities for inmates afflicted with tuberculosis; establishment of a psychiatric clinic at Sing Sing Prison; creation of the New York City Parole Commission; establishment of prison libraries (1904-24); development of policies which enabled prisoners to contribute to the war effort by working in war-related industries (1940-42); establishment of a Crime Victims Compensation Board (1965-66); creation of an adequate public defender system.5

In the 1960s and 1970s, the organization advocated the establishment of a Crime Victims Compensation Board (1965-66) and pressed for the decriminalization of pornography, sexual acts between consenting adults, and other crimes it deemed "victimless."6 Recent activities of the Association include the AIDS in Prison Project, the Public Policy Project, the Prison Overcrowding Project, the Prison and Jail Conditions Project, and the Prison Visiting Committee (1980-present). The Association has also been active in efforts to educate the public about the immense costs incurred by city, county, and state correctional agencies and to promote alternatives to incarceration for non-violent offenders.7

For more information about the Correctional Association and its history, visit http://www.correctionalassociation.org/ and http://www.correctionhistory.org/html/chronicl/cany/html/cany01.html.


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1. Unless otherwise noted, all information is taken from The Correctional Association of New York, A History: 1844-1989,
2. "The Correctional Association of New York: A Public Interest Criminal Justice Membership Organization," in Resources Committee-Cocktail Part, 1982, folder, in Series 1, Board of Directors Files, 1942-88.
3. "Draft-Scope of the Association's Activities," circa 1975, in Correctional Association History, 1955-83, folder, in Series 1, Board of Directors Files, 1942-88. For more information about this organization, see: Women's Prison Association and Home, 150 Years in the Forefront: The Women's Prison Association and Home (1995). Available [online]: http://www.correctionhistory.org/html/chronicl/wpa/html/wpaopen.htm [13 April 2000]
4. "A Brief Description of the Correctional Association's Purpose, History, Recent Publications, Current Program," in Correctional Association History, 1955-83, folder, in Series 1, Board of Directors Files, 1942-88, and untitled typescript notes beginning with "Parole/Probation," in Correctional Association History, 1955-83, folder, in Series 1, Board of Directors Files, 1942-88.
5. The Prison Association of New York, One Hundred Years of Faithful Service, 1844-1944 (New York: The Prison Association of New York, 1944), 3-7. A copy of this publication is housed in the Correctional Association History, 1955-83, folder, in Series 1, Board of Directors Files, 1942-88.
6. "Draft-Scope of the Association's Activities," circa 1975, in Correctional Association History, 1955-83, folder, in Series 1, Board of Directors Files, 1942-88.
7. "The Correctional Association of New York: A Public Interest Criminal Justice Membership Organization."


Correctional Association of New York
Scope & Content Note

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Series 1 contains the Board of Directors Files, roughly between 1942 and 1986. This series consists of correspondence, meeting minutes of the Board of Directors (1977-85) and the Executive Committee (1971-73, 1984), and committee files created or gathered by the executive director, chairman, president, general secretary, and committee chairs of the Association. It also contains biographical information about prospective board members gathered by the Nominating Committee (1963-67, 1969, 1971-72, 1974-82, 1984). Other documents in the series include meeting agendas, memoranda, grant proposals, reports, membership statistics, and records concerning bequests and endowments made to the Association. This material concerns prison conditions, children of offenders, sentencing policies, court rulings concerning prisoners' efforts to form labor unions, construction of new correctional facilities, and the operations of the Association itself. Letters from inmates concerning living conditions in various correctional facilities, transfers from one facility to another, health issues, allegations of abuse by corrections officers, and post-release work arrangements and drug-rehabilitation programs are scattered throughout the series. One of the letters (1985) directed to Correctional Association President Robert Gangi was written by Jean Harris, who became interested in the special problems of female inmates and their children during her imprisonment for murder. Note that the files created by the Institution's Visiting Committee are housed in Series 3, Prison Visits Files, circa 1915-85, and files created by the Narcotics Committee are housed in Series 4, Narcotics Committee Files, 1949-75.

Series 2 contains annual reports from 1846-1979 on 11 reels of 35 mm microfilm in the University Library's Microfilm Collection (Call No. HV 8987 P684). This series consists exclusively of the printed annual reports on prison and jail conditions that the Prison Association/Correctional Association submitted to the New York State Assembly. The reports contain minutes of meetings, presidential addresses, committee reports, reports on individual prisons and prison conditions, prison reform campaigns in New York State, transcripts of testimony before the NYS legislature on pending policy measures, and lists of members and corresponding members of the Association. Reports published during the latter half of the nineteenth century chronicled the Association's role in establishing national and international prison reform organizations and conferences and furnished information about prison policies elsewhere in the United States and the world. Bound copies of the 1867-1878 and 1921-1969 Annual Reports are also available in the M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives.

Prison Visits Files (circa 1915, 1962, 1974-85) may be found in Series 3. This series consists of material generated in connection with the Correctional Association's statutory responsibility for inspecting jails, prisons, and adolescent detention facilities in New York State. Documents in this series were created by the Association's General Secretary, Institution's Visiting Committee, and other personnel. The series includes correspondence, prison visit reports, prison tour requests, memoranda, affidavits, and various court records. Also included is records concerning Correctional Association President Adam McQuillan's 1977 visit to the Southern Ohio Correctional Facility. The only document from circa 1915 is a pamphlet describing a traveling exhibition about the New York State prison system.

Series 4 is the Narcotics Committee Files, (1949, 1962-72, 1975). This series was created by the Association's Narcotics Committee, which apparently kept its records separate from other material generated by members of the Board of Directors. It contains reports, pamphlets, articles, brochures, memoranda, news clippings, and some correspondence. Among the subjects covered are: the New York State Narcotics Addiction Control Commission, drug rehabilitation programs, the Federal Bureau of Narcotics, and methadone maintenance programs.

Program and Bureau Files from 1967-83 are in Series 5. This series contains material created or collected by Correctional Association staffers responsible for operating programs that furnished direct services to inmates and their families. The Association's Family Services Bureau, Legal Services Bureau, and Social Services Bureau were long-term programs that were phased out during the late 1970s and early 1980s. Programs established during the 1980s were grant-funded demonstration projects designed to encourage emulation; the Association did not have the financial resources needed to sustain long-term social service programs. Of interest particular interest was the Association's short-term program to furnish counseling services to young offenders sent to the Adolescent Reception and Detention Center on Riker's Island (1981-82). Also of interest are the documents generated in connection with the Association's efforts to establish an Ombudsman Program (1972-73) and the ensuing resistance of Governor Nelson Rockefeller and state correction officials to such a program.

Project Files from 1974-88 are found in Series 6. This series consists of material created or collected by Correctional Association staffers and board members engaged in short-term projects designed to produce written reports about various aspects of the correctional system; copies of many of these reports are included. Of particular interest are the Case Histories Project (1983-85), Idle Time Project (1981-85), and the Prison and Jail Conditions Project (1982-86), which entailed extensive surveys of conditions and inmate programs available in New York State correctional facilities and generated correspondence and other material from inmates. Also of note is the Prison Mental Hygiene Project (1985-88) that documents the programs and resources then available to prisoners with mental illness and developmental disabilities. Two of the projects, the State Planning Project (1981-82) and the Prison Overcrowding Project (1982-84), concern crowding in prisons and alternatives to new prison construction. This series also contains material generated in connection with the AIDS in Prison Project (1985-88), the Budget Education Project (1983-85), the Latino Project (1985-88), and proposals for several other projects that the Association did not complete. Please note that all material that contains inmates' names and other identifying information is restricted.

Series 7 contains subject files from 1947-88, but the majority of files are from 1970-85. This series consists of a wide array of material concerning correctional facility operations, criminal law and the criminal courts, juvenile offenders, rehabilitation programs, and other subjects in which the Correctional Association was interested. Documents include published reports, news clippings and newsletters of other organizations, affidavits, and brochures. Correspondence from various Correctional Association personnel is scattered throughout this series. Most of it is routine (e.g., requests for copies of reports), but some of the files dating from the 1960s contain copies of letters detailing specific aspects of New York State criminal law and correctional facility policies.

Miscellaneous Publication Files can be found in Series 8 and are rather sporadic (1944, 1976-79, 1982-86). This series consists of material produced or collected by the Correctional Association. It contains a handbook, manual, brochure, book, pamphlet, bulletins, and annual reports published by the Correctional Association. There is also published and unpublished material that the Association gathered and reproduced upon request. Topics covered include alcoholism, the prison population explosion, correctional costs, and annual reports of the Association to the New York State Legislature. Only one publication dates from 1944.

Series 9 is the Publication by Others Series, 1961-75 and contains articles, papers and reports created or received by the Association and reprinted for distribution on request. Topics included are alcoholism, narcotics addiction, problems of the criminal justice system, recidivism, mental health, juveniles and crime, pornography, victimless crimes, and General Secretary reports of the Association.

Series 10 contains foundations and fundraising files from 1962-88. This series contains information about numerous philanthropic foundations from which the Association sought funding. These files were kept separate from other records created or gathered by Association staff and contain annual reports and other items published by numerous foundations, applications for funding, and correspondence. Also included is Association staffers' and board members' manuscript lists of contacts, fundraising ideas, and internal memoranda.

Additional records were received from the Correctional Association of New York in August 2006. These records have not yet been intellectually or physically integrated into the collection. An inventory of the records created by the staff of the Correctional Association is available in the Records received in August 2006 section of the finding aid.

Related collections in the M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives can be found in the subject guide for Criminal Justice and Prisons.


Correctional Association of New York
Series Descriptions

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Series 1: Board of Directors Files, 1942-60, 1962-88; bulk 1970-86. 9.33 cubic ft.
Arranged alphabetically and chronologically.

This series consists of correspondence, meeting minutes of the Board of Directors (1977-85) and the Executive Committee (1971-73, 1984), and committee files created or gathered by the executive director, chairman, president, general secretary, and committee chairs of the Association. It also contains biographical information about prospective board members gathered by the Nominating Committee (1963-67, 1969, 1971-72, 1974-82, 1984). Other documents in the series include meeting agendas, memoranda, grant proposals, reports, membership statistics, and records concerning bequests and endowments made to the Association. This material concerns prison conditions, children of offenders, sentencing policies, court rulings concerning prisoners' efforts to form labor unions, construction of new correctional facilities, and the operations of the Association itself. Letters from inmates concerning living conditions in various correctional facilities, transfers from one facility to another, health issues, allegations of abuse by corrections officers, and post-release work arrangements and drug-rehabilitation programs are scattered throughout the series. One of the letters (1985) directed to Correctional Association President Robert Gangi was written by Jean Harris, who became interested in the special problems of female inmates and their children during her imprisonment for murder. Note that the files created by the Institution's Visiting Committee are housed in Series 3, Prison Visits Files, circa 1915-85, and files created by the Narcotics Committee are housed in Series 4, Narcotics Committee Files, 1949-75. Folders marked with an asterisk (*) contain prisoners' names and other identifying information. Access is restricted. Consult a staff member for details.

Series 2: Annual Reports, 1844-1979. 11 reels of 35 mm microfilm and bound copies.
Arranged chronologically. The microfilm versions are housed in the University Library Microfilm Collection, call number HV 8987 P684. Bound copies of the 1867-1878 and 1921-1969 Annual Reports are also available in the M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives.

This series consists exclusively of the annual reports on prison and jail conditions that the Prison Association/Correctional Association submitted to the New York State Assembly. The reports contain minutes of meetings, presidential addresses, committee reports, reports on individual prisons and prison conditions, prison reform campaigns in New York State, transcripts of testimony before the NYS legislature on pending policy measures, and lists of members and corresponding members of the Association. Reports published during the latter half of the nineteenth century chronicle the Association's role in establishing national and international prison reform organizations and conferences and furnish information about prison policies elsewhere in the United States and the world.

Series 3: Prison Visits Files, circa 1915, 1962, 1974-85. 1.33 cubic ft.
Arranged alphabetically.

This series consists of material generated in connection with the Correctional Association's statutory responsibility for inspecting jails, prisons, and adolescent detention facilities in New York State. Documents in this series were created by the Association's General Secretary, Institutions Visiting Committee, and other personnel and include correspondence, prison visit reports, prison tour requests, memoranda, affidavits, and other court records. Also included are records concerning Correctional Association President Adam McQuillan's 1977 visit to the Southern Ohio Correctional Facility. The only document from circa 1915 is a pamphlet describing a traveling exhibition concerning the New York State prison system. Folders marked with an asterisk (*) contain prisoners' names and other identifying information. Access is restricted. Consult a staff member for details.

Series 4: Narcotics Committee Files, 1949, 1962-72, 1975. 1 cubic ft.
Arranged alphabetically.

This series was created by the Association's Narcotics Committee, which apparently kept its records separate from other material generated by members of the Board of Directors. It contains reports, pamphlets, articles, brochures, memoranda, news clippings, and some correspondence. Among the subjects covered are: the New York State [?] Narcotics Addiction Control Commission, drug rehabilitation programs, the Federal Bureau of Narcotics, and methadone maintenance programs.

Series 5: Program and Bureau Files, 1967-83. 1.66 cubic ft.
Arranged alphabetically.

This series contains material created or collected by Correctional Association staffers responsible for operating programs that furnished direct services to inmates and their families. The Association's Family Services Bureau, Legal Services Bureau, and Social Services Bureau were long-term programs that were phased out during the late 1970s and early 1980s. Programs established during the 1980s were grant-funded demonstration projects designed to encourage emulation; the Association did not have the financial resources needed to sustain long-term social service programs. Of interest particular interest is the Association's short-term program to furnish counseling services to young offenders sent to the Adolescent Reception and Detention Center on Rikers Island (1981-82). Also of interest are the documents generated in connection with the Association's efforts to establish an Ombudsman Program (1972-73) and the ensuing resistance of Governor Nelson Rockefeller and state corrections officials. Folders marked with an asterisk (*) contain prisoners' names and other identifying information. Access is restricted. Consult a staff member for details.

Series 6: Project Files, 1974-88. 3.33 cubic ft.
Arranged alphabetically.

This series consists of material created or collected by Correctional Association staffers and board members engaged in short-term projects designed to produce written reports about various aspects of the correctional system; copies of many of these reports are included. Of particular interest are the Case Histories Project (1983-85), Idle Time Project (1981-85), and the Prison and Jail Conditions Project (1982-86), which entailed extensive surveys of conditions and inmate programs available in New York State correctional facilities and generated correspondence and other material from inmates. Also of note is the Prison Mental Hygiene Project (1985-88) that documents the programs and resources then available to prisoners with mental illness and developmental disabilities. Two of the projects, the State Planning Project (1981-82) and the Prison Overcrowding Project (1982-84), concern crowding in prisons and alternatives to new prison construction. This series also contains material generated in connection with the AIDS in Prison Project (1985-88), the Budget Education Project (1983-85), the Latino Project (1985-88), and proposals for several other projects that the Association did not complete. Please note that all material that contains inmates' names and other identifying information is restricted. Folders marked with an asterisk (*) contain prisoners' names and other identifying information. Consult a staff member for details.

Series 7: Subject Files, 1947-1988; bulk 1970-1985. 11 cubic ft.
Arranged alphabetically.

This series consists of a wide array of material concerning correctional facility operations, criminal law and the criminal courts, juvenile offenders, rehabilitation programs, and other subjects in which the Correctional Association was interested. Documents include published reports, news clippings, newsletters of other organizations, affidavits, and brochures. Correspondence from various Correctional Association personnel is scattered throughout this series. Most of it is routine (e.g., requests for copies of reports), but some of the files dating from the 1960s contain copies of letters detailing specific aspects of New York State criminal law and correctional facility policies. Folders marked with an asterisk (*) contain prisoners' names and other identifying information. Access is restricted. Consult a staff member for details.

Series 8: Miscellaneous Publication Files, 1944, 1976-79, 1982-86. 0.33 cubic ft.
Arranged alphabetically.

This series consists of material produced or collected by the Correctional Association. It contains a handbook, manual, brochure, book, pamphlet, bulletins, annual reports, and bulletins published by the Correctional Association, and published and unpublished material that the Association gathered and reproduced upon request. Topics covered include alcoholism, the prison population explosion, correctional costs, and annual reports of the Association to the New York State Legislature. Only one publication dates from 1944.

Series 9: Reprint Series, 1961-75. .99 cubic ft.
Arranged alphabetically.

Contains articles, papers and reports created or received by the Association and reprinted for distribution on request. Topics included are alcoholism, narcotics addiction, problems of the criminal justice system, recidivism, mental health, juveniles and crime, pornography, victimless crimes, and General Secretary reports of the Association.

Series 10: Foundations and Fundraising Files, 1962-88. 2.0 cubic ft.
Arranged alphabetically.

This series contains information about numerous philanthropic foundations from which the Association sought funding. These files were kept separate from other records created or gathered by Association staff, and contain annual reports and other items published by numerous foundations, applications for funding, and correspondence. Also included are Association staffers' and board members' manuscript lists of contacts, fundraising ideas, and internal memoranda.

Records received in August 2006

Additional records were received from the Correctional Association of New York in August 2006. These records have not yet been intellectually or physically integrated into the collection. An inventory of the records created by the staff of the Correctional Association is available.


Correctional Association of New York
Box and Folder List

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Series 1: Board of Directors Files, 1942-1988

All folders marked with an asterisk are restricted and requests to view these materials must be discussed with a staff member.

Box 1
Folder

1. Accountant, 1972-73 - Contains items housed in oversized materials folder and in flat file.
2. Accountant, 1972-73
3. Ad Hoc Committee on the Alcoholic Offender, 1964-68 - Contains items housed in oversized materials folder.
4. Ad Hoc Committee on the Alcoholic Offender, 1964-68
5. Ad Hoc Committee on Censorship (Pornography), 1969-70 - Contains items housed in oversized materials folder and in flat file. Contains explicit materials
6. Ad Hoc Committee on Censorship (Pornography), 1969-70 – Contains explicit materials
7. Ad Hoc Committee on Censorship (Pornography, 1969-70 – Contains explicit materials
8. Ad Hoc Committee on Commissioner of Corrections, 1965-66
9. Ad Hoc Committee on Direct Services–Application and Correspondence, 1977-78 - Contains items housed in oversized materials folder.
10. Ad Hoc Committee on Direct Services – Application and Correspondence, 1977-78
11. Ad Hoc Committee on the Judges and Paroles Conference, 1969-70
12. Ad Hoc Committee on the Juvenile Offender, 1964-65
13. Annual Report Mailings, 1976-86
14. Annual Reports, 1970-85
15. Anonymous Donors, 1985
16. Auditors, 1968-82 - Contains items housed in flat file.
17. Auditors, 1978-82 - Contains items housed in flat file.
18. Bequests and Endowments, 1938-81 - Contains items housed in oversized materials folder.
19. Bequests and Endowments, 1938-81
20. Bequests and Endowments, 1944-65 - Contains items housed in oversized materials folder.
21. Bequests and Endowments, 1944-65
22. Bequests and Endowments, 1946-68 - Contains items housed in oversized materials folder.
23. Bequests and Endowments, 1946-68
24. Bequests and Endowments: Cockroft, 1946-72 - Contains items housed in oversized materials folder.
25. Bequests and Endowments: Cockcroft, 1946-72
26. Bequest: Forster, Bernard D., 1976-79
27. Bequest: Howes, Leander Townsend, 1979
28. Board of Directors–Annual Meeting Agendas and Mailings Lists, 1963-83 - Contains items housed in oversized materials folder.
29. Board of Directors – Annual Meeting Agendas and Mailing Lists, 1963-83
30. Board of Directors–Attendance Lists, 1977-84
31. Board of Directors–Committee and Officers Lists, 1982-85
32. Board of Directors–Committee Structure, 1973-85
33. Board of Directors–Correspondence, 1974

Box 2
Folder

1. Board of Directors–Correspondence, 1976-82
2. Board of Directors–Contributions, 1980-83
3. Board of Directors–List, 1975-80
4. Board of Directors–List, 1977-85
5. Board of Directors–Correspondence, 1985 - Contains items housed in oversized materials folder.
6. Board of Directors – Correspondence, 1985
7. Board of Directors–Mailings, 1974-78 - Contains items housed in oversized materials folder.
8. Board of Directors – Mailings, 1974-78
9. Board of Directors–Mailings (Includes Meeting Minutes), 1977-78
10. Board of Directors–Mailings (Includes Meeting Minutes), 1979
11. Board of Directors–Mailings (Includes Meeting Minutes), 1980-81
12. Board of Directors–Mailings (Includes Meeting Minutes), 1980-82 - Contains items housed in oversized materials folder.
13. Board of Directors – Mailings, 1980-82
14. Board of Directors–Mailings (Includes Meeting Minutes), 1981-84
15. Board of Directors–Mailings (Includes Meeting Minutes), 1983-85 - Contains items housed in oversized materials folder.
16. Board of Directors – Mailings, 1983-85
17. Board of Directors Meetings, 1985
18. Board of Directors–Reports to, 1976
19. Board of Directors–Standing Committees, 1986-87
20. Brochure Ideas, 1971-82
21. Budgets, 1973-76 - Contains items housed in oversized material folder.
22. Budgets, 1973-76
23. Budgets, 1977-82 - Contains items housed in oversized material folder and in flat file.
24. Budgets, 1977-82
25. Building Committee, 1982

Box 3
Folder

1. Building file, 1976-84
OS Capital Construction – Workhouse of the City of New York, Riker’s Island, 1958 and Adolescent Remand Center, Brooklyn, 1961.
2. Carey-Harding Material, 1975
3. Capital Punishment – Volker Graber Bill, 1978
4. Chase Manhattan Bank, 1981-84
5. Citibank, 1968-82
6. Committee on Future Policy, 1967-72 – Contains items housed in oversized material folder.
7. Committee on Future Policy, 1967-72
8. Committee on Institutions and Offender Services, 1975
9. Conferences – Gangi, Robert, 1983-84
10. Constitution and Bylaws, 1976, 1981-82
11. Constitution and Bylaws Committee, 1974
12. Contribution Breakdowns, 1972-75
13. Correctional Association History, 1955-1983
14. Correctional Association Legislative Mandate, 1973
15. Correctional Association Office, 1983-86
16. Correctional Association Staff
17. Correctional Association – Staff Media
18. Correspondence – Attorneys, 1985-86
19. Correspondence–Gangi, Robert, 1982 - Contains items housed in oversized material folder.
20. Correspondence – Gangi, Robert, 1982
21. Correspondence – Gangi, Robert, 1983 – Contains items housed in oversized material folder.
22. Correspondence – Gangi, Robert, 1983
23. Correspondence – Gangi, Robert, 1983
24. Correspondence – Gangi, Robert, 1984
25. Correspondence – Gangi, Robert, 1984
26. *Correspondence–Gangi, Robert–Folder 1, 1985 - Contains a letter from Jean Harris concerning drug addition rates among prisoners; Contains items housed in oversized material folder.
27. Correspondence – Gangi, Robert, 1985
28. Correspondence – Gangi, Robert, 1985

Box 4
Folder

1. Correspondence – Gangi, Robert, Outgoing 1985
2. Correspondence – Gangi, Robert, Outgoing 1985
3. Correspondence–Gangi, Robert/Board of Directors, 1982-85
4. Correspondence–Gangi, Robert/Dean, William, 1984
5. Correspondence–Gangi, Robert/Mushlin, Michael, 1982-85
6. Correspondence–Gangi, Robert/Powers, Susan, 1982-85
7. Correspondence–General, 1965-76
8. Correspondence–General, 1971-74
9. Correspondence–General, 1982-83
10. Correspondence–General–1985-86
11. Correspondence–General–1985-86
12. *Correspondence–General–1986
13. *Correspondence–General–1986
14. Correspondence–General–1986
15. Correspondence–General–1986
16. *Correspondence–Inmates, 1970-72
17. *Correspondence–Inmates, 1973-76
18. *Correspondence–Inmates, 1977-82
19. *Correspondence–Inmates, 1980-81
20. *Correspondence–Inmates, 1982-86
21. *Correspondence–Inmates–Attica Correctional Facility, 1983-85
22. *Correspondence–Inmates–Fishkill Correctional Facility, 1976-79
23. *Correspondence–Inmates–Form Letter Responses, 1981-84
24. *Correspondence–Inmates–Green Meadow Correctional Facility, 1983
25. *Correspondence–Inmates–Stormville Correctional Facility, 1976-85
26. *Correspondence–Inmates–Wallkill Correctional Facility, 1976
27. Correspondence–McQuillan, Adam F. (President), 1977-78
28. *Correspondence–McQuillan, Adam F.–1978 - Contains items housed in oversized material folder.
29. *Correspondence–McQuillan, Adam F.–Folder 2, 1978 - Contains items housed in oversized material folder.

Box 5
Folder

1. Correspondence – McQuillan, Adam F., President – 1977-78
2. Correspondence – McQuillan, Adam F., President – 1978
3. Correspondence–Media, 1980-81
4. Correspondence–Media–Daily News, 1982-86
5. Correspondence–Media–Newsday, 1982-85
6. Correspondence–Media–Newsday, 1984
7. Correspondence–Media–New York Times, 1982-85
8. Correspondence–Media–Print, 1982-85
9. Correspondence–Media–Television, 1982-85
10. Correspondence–Media–Village Voice, 1982-85
11. Correspondence–Membership, 1982-84
12. Correspondence – New York City Board of Correction
13. Correspondence – New York City Council
14. Correspondence–New York City Office of the Mayor, 1976-84 - Contains signed letters from Mayor Edward Koch
15. Correspondence – New York State Attorney General, 1977-83
16. Correspondence–New York State Board of Parole, 1983-84
17. Correspondence – New York State Commission of Correction, 1978-87
18. Correspondence–New York State Comptroller, 1982-83
19. Correspondence–New York State Department of Correctional Services, 1982-84
20. Correspondence – New York State Department of Criminal Justice, 1982-84
21. Correspondence–New York State Legislature, 1971-74
22. Correspondence–New York State Legislature, 1975-79
23. Correspondence–New York State Legislature, 1981-85
24. Correspondence–New York State Legislature, 1982-85
25. Correspondence–New York State Legislature–Marino, Ralph, 1982-83
26. Correspondence – New York State Sentencing Guidelines Committee, 1984
27. Correspondence–Pachoda, Dan (President), 1979-82
28. Correspondence–Pachoda, Dan (President)–Pretrial Release Study, 1980-81
29. Correspondence – Requests for Information, 1983-84
30. Correspondence–U.S. Congress, 1970-75 - Contains letters from Representatives Edward I. Koch, William F. Ryan, and Lester L. Woolf and Senators Birch Bayh and Jacob K. Javits
31. Correspondence – US Department of Justice
32. Correspondence–Walker, George G. (Chairman), 1977-82
33. Correspondence–Walker, George G., 1977-82

Box 6
Folder

1. *Correspondence–Wallkill Branch NAACP, 1984-87
2. *Correspondence–Walsh, Marna (Board Secretary), 1973-80 - Contains items housed in oversized materials folder.
3. Correspondence–Walsh, Marna, 1973-80
4. Correspondence–Walsh, Marna, 1973-80
5. Correspondence – White Street Jail, 1982
6. Correspondence – White Street Jail, 1982
7. Criminal Justice Policies, 1984-85 - Contains items housed in oversized material folder.
8. Criminal Justice Policies, 1984-85
9. Dean, William T. (Chairman of the Board), 1976-85
10. Death Penalty Legislation–Testimony, 1973
11. Endowment Restrictions, 1948-75 - Contains items housed in oversized material folder.
12. Endowment Restrictions, 1948-75
13. Executive Committee–Guest Speakers, 1962-71
14. Executive Committee Meeting Minutes, 1971
15. Executive Committee Meeting Minutes, 1972
16. Executive Committee Meeting Minutes, 1973
17. Executive Committee Meeting Minutes, 1984
18. Federal Work Study Program (College), 1971-75
19. Finance Committee, 1961-73 - Contains items housed in oversized material folder.
20. Finance Committee, 1963-73
21. Finance Committee, 1976-82 - Contains items housed in oversized material folder.
22. Finance Committee, 1977-82
23. Financial Statements, 1982
24. Financial Statements, 1985
25. Fourth Floor Certificate of Occupancy–Kenneth Ricci, Architect, 1974-77
26. Friedlander, Shelley – Resume
27. Gangi, Robert–Appointment as Executive Director, 1982
28. Gangi, Robert–Speeches, 1983
29. Kates, Erika. 1984-85
30. Lasker Reception, 1985
31. Lasker Reception, 1986
32. Lasker Reception–Invitations, 1985
33. Law Committee, 1970-80 - Contains items housed in oversized materials folder.
34. Law Committee, 1970-80 - Contains items housed in oversized materials folder.
35. Law Committee, 1970-80
36. Law Committee, 1970-80

Box 7
Folder

1. Law Committee – Buchanan Case, 1969-70
2. Legislative Memoranda, 1975-76
3. Legislative Proposals, 1979
4. Legislative Recommendations, 1969-77
5. Legislative Recommendations, 1974
6. Legislative Recommendations, 1975
7. Legislative Recommendations, 1976
8. Legislative Recommendations, 1977
9. Legislative Recommendations, 1978
10. Legislative Recommendations, 1979
11. Legislative Recommendations, 1981
12. Liman Commission Correspondence, 1982
13. Long Island Correctional Facility Closure – Press Releases
14. McKay Reception, 1984
15. McKay Reception, 1984-85
16. McKay Reception–Correspondence, 1984
17. McKay Reception–Invitations, 1984
18. Media Contacts
19. Membership, 1975-82
20. Membership and Media Committee, 1974-78- Contains items housed in oversized materials folder.
21. Membership and Media Committee, 1974-78
22. Membership Mailings, 1976-81
23. Membership Mailings, 1982-85
24. Membership Meetings, 1984-89
25. Membership Questionnaire, 1980
26. Membership Statistics, 1976-80
27. Membership Statistics, 1981-84

Box 8
Folder

1. Miscellaneous, 1982-87
2. Morgan Guaranty Trust Co., 1971-80
3. Newsletter Master Copies, 1968-80
4. New York City Council, 1983-85
5. New York State Budget Information Requests, 1977-78
6. New York State Charities Registration, 1975-83
7. New York State legislation – Governor’s Proposed, 1977
8. New York State Recidivism, 1987
9. New York State Sentencing Guidelines, 1984-85
10. New York State Sentencing Guidelines, 1984-85
11. Nominating Committee, 1963-72
12. Nominating Committee, 1974-84
13. Patterson Affair Follow-up, 1983
14. Patterson Affair–Resources Committee, 1982-83
15. Patterson Affair–Working Lists, 1983
16. Phoenix Mutual Life Insurance, 1977-80
17. Press/Broadcast Contacts, 1986-87
18. Press Releases, 1962-76
19. Press Releases, 1982
20. Price of Punishment–Executive Summary, 1982
21. Prison Construction – Press Release, 1980
22. Prison Mental Health Committee, 1974-76
23. Prison Mental Health Committee–Correspondence, 1974-75
24. Prison Visits – Brooklyn House of Detention Affidavits, 1977
25. Prison Visits – Queens House of Detention, 1974-75
26. Prison Visits – Queens House of Detention, 1975-78
27. Prison Visits – The Tombs, 1977-78
28. Program Committee, 1982
29. Program Committee, 1982-85
30. Program Committee, 1988
31. Program Proposals, 1973-85
32. Public Relations/Fundraising, 1986
33. Public Statements, 1974

Box 9
Folder

1. Reception, 1983-84
2. Reception, 1985
3. Reception, 1986
4. Reception Committee, c.1980
5. Reception Committee, 1983-84
6. Reception–Follow-up, 1986
7. Reception–Mailing List, c. 1985
8. Reception–Scroll, 1984
9. Receptions, 1963-72
10. Receptions, 1983-85
11. Report on Financial Statements, 1985
12. Reports and In-house Memoranda, 1983-84
13. Requests for Information, 1970-79
14. Resources Committee, 1979-81
15. Resources Committee, 1982-84
16. Resources Committee–Cocktail Party, 1982
17. Resources Committee–Cocktail Party–Board Guest Lists, 1982-83
18. Resources Committee–Cocktail Party Follow-up, 1982
19. Resumes
20. Retreat, 1986-88
21. Retreat, 1987
22. Richards and Fenniman, Inc.–Insurance, 1978-81
23. RSVP – Volunteer Referral, 1986
24. Samuels, Howard, 1973
25. Scalare, A. Balfour, 1971
26. Schwartz, Herman – Chairman, State Commission of Correction, 1975
27. Search Committee, 1975 - Contains copies of affidavits and court rulings concerning prisoners’ efforts to unionize and the photocopied resume of future New Jersey governor Christine Todd Whitman.
28. Search Committee, 1975
29. Search Committee, 1978
30. Search Committee, 1981
31. Seth Sprague Educational and Charitable Foundation, 1947-60
32. Special Committee on Sentencing, 1978-79 - Contains items housed in oversized material folder.
33. Special Committee on Sentencing, 1978-79

Box 10
Folder

1. Speech – Talking to My Brothers about Genocide, 1985
2. Standing Committees, 1988
3. Standing Committees – Osborne Association and CANY, 1988
4. Statement – Marijuana Decriminalization, 1975
5. Tax Exempt Status, 1961-75
6. Testimony – Appointment Review of Chairman – State Commission of Correction, 1976
7. Testimony – Capital Punishment,1972-73
8. Testimony – Juvenile Justice, 1976
9. Testimony – Manhattan House of Detention, 1974
10. Testimony – Minimum Standards, 1977
11. Testimony – Minimum Standards, NYC Correctional Facilities, 1976
12. Testimony – NYC Budget, May 11, 1984
13. Testimony – NYC Jail Expansion, 1983
14. Testimony – NYS Executive Advisory Committee on Sentencing, 1978
15. Testimony – NYS Parole, 1977
16. Testimony – NYS Proposed Executive Budget – FY 1983-84, 1983
17. Testimony – Selection of Judges, 1976
18. Testimony – Senate Codes on Definite Sentencing, 1978
19. Testimony – Tufo and Mayor on Investigations, 1980
20. Testimony – White Street Jail, 1982
21. Volunteers, 1986
22. Weintraub, Judith F., 1974


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Series 2: Annual Reports, 1844-1979

The Annual Reports are avaialble on microfilm in the University Library's Microfilm Collection, call number HV 8987 P684.

Reel 1: Annual Reports, 1844-1850

Reel 2: Annual Reports, 1851-1866

Reel 3: Annual Reports, 1867-1870

Reel 4: Annual Reports, 1870-1886

Reel 5: Annual Reports, 1887-1895

Reel 6: Annual Reports, 1896-1909

Reel 7: Annual Reports, 1910-1914

Reel 8: Annual Reports, 1915-1924

Reel 9: Annual Reports, 1925-1940

Reel 10: Annual Reports, 1941-1960

Reel 11: Annual Reports, 1961-1979

Bound copies of the 1867-1878 and 1921-1969 Annual Reports are also available in the M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives.


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Series 3: Prison Visits Files, 1974-78

Folders marked with an asterisk (*) contain prisoners' names and other identifying information. Access is restricted. Consult a staff member for details.

Box 1

*Adolescent Detention and Reception Center and Adolescent Detention Center, Rikers Island, 1976-78
Albion Correctional Facility, 1974
Arthur Kill Correctional Facility, 1977-78
*Attica Correctional Facility, 1976-77
Attica Visiting Committee, 1984
Bayview Correctional Facility, 1977-78
Bedford Hills Correctional Facility, 1976-77
Bronx House of Detention, 1976-78
*Brooklyn House of Detention, 1974-77
*Brooklyn House of Detention-Affadavits, 1977
Chinlund v. New York City Department of Corrections, 1977
Clinton Correctional Facility-Cancellation of Visit, 1984
*Correspondence, 1974-76
County Jails-Dutchess, 1976-77
*County Jails-Genessee, 1977
*County Jails-Monroe 1976-78
County Jails-Nassau, 1976-78
County Jails-Rockland, 1976-78
County Jails-Suffolk, 1977-78
County Jails-Westchester, 1976-78
Eastern New York Correctional Facility, 1977
Fishkill Correctional Facility, 1976-78
Great Meadow Correctional Facility, 1976
Green Haven Correctional Facility, 1977-78
Green Haven-Complaints to Commissioner, 1981
Guidelines for Local Visiting Committees, 1984
House of Detention for Men (Rikers Island), 1975-77
House of Detention for Men (Rikers Island), 1975-78
House of Detention for Men (Rikers Island), 1977
House of Detention for Men (Rikers Island), 1977-78
House of Detention for Men (Rikers Island) Transfer, 1979-80
Institutions Visiting Committee, 1977
Institutions Visiting Committee, 1977-80
Institutions Visiting Committee, 1983-84
Institutions Visiting Committee, 1983-85
Institutions Visiting Committee, 1984
Institutions Visiting Committee-Meetings and Visits, 1979-81
Institutions Visiting Committee-Seminar on Corrections, 1978
*Institutions Visiting Committee-Training, Reports, and Correspondence, 1984
Institutions Visits-Donald Goff, 1962
Miscellaneous, circa 1915, 1975, 1983, 1987
New York City Correctional Institute for Men, 1974-75
New York City Correctional Institute for Women, 1975-78
New York State Department of Corrections Guidelines, 1984-85
On the City's Master Plan (House of Detention for Men), 1980
On the City's Master Plan-Summary, 1983
Prison-visiting Volunteers, 1977
Ossining Correctional Facility-"Sing Sing", 1977
Queensborough Correctional Facility, 1978

Box 2

Queens House of Detention, 1978
Queens House of Detention-Branch, 1974-75
Rikers Island Hospital, 1975
Southern Ohio Correctional Facility, 1977-78
Tables, 1978
Taconic Correctional Facility, 1977
*The Tombs, 1977-78
The Tombs-Study Report, 1974-78
Wallkill Correctional Facility, 1976-78
Westchester County Visiting Committee, 1984
Woodfield Cottage and Detention Center, 1976


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Series 4: Narcotics Committee Files, 1949-75

Box 1

Marijuana, 1961-72
Methadone, 1965-73
Methadone, 1970
Narcotics-Articles-Folder 1, 1962-71
Narcotics-Articles-Folder 2, 1962-71
Narcotics-Articles-Folder 3, 1962-71
Narcotics-Glasgow, 1967
Narcotics Addiction Control Commission-New York State, 1967
Narcotics Addiction Control Commission-Folder 1, 1966-69
Narcotics Addiction Control Commission-Folder 2, 1966-72
Narcotics Addiction Rehabilitation-Folder 1, 1971-73
Narcotics Addiction Rehabilitation-Folder 2, 1965-72
Narcotics Committee Correspondence, 1965-72
Narcotics, Federal Bureau of, 1949-72


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Series 5: Program and Bureau Files, 1967-83

Box 1

Adolescent Reception and Detention Center, 1982
Adolescent Reception and Detention Center-Application and Contracts, 1980-82
Adolescent Reception and Detention Center-Correctional Association Task Force, 1981
*Adolescent Reception and Detention Center-Correspondence, 1981-82
*Adolescent Reception and Detention Center-Correspondence-Key, K. Michael (Counselor), 1981
Adolescent Reception and Detention Center-Counseling Project, 1981
*Adolescent Reception and Detention Center-Counselors' Reports, 1981
Adolescent Reception and Detention Center-Foundation Appeal, 1981-82
*Adolescent Reception and Detention Center-Freggans, Richard, 1982
Adolescent Reception and Detention Center-Monthly Statistics, 1981
Adolescent Reception and Detention Center-Orientation Booklet, 1981
Adolescent Reception and Detention Center-Resumes/Personnel, 1980?
*Adolescent Reception and Detention Center-Statistical Data Forms, 1981-82
Adolescent Reception and Detention Center-Status Report, 1981
Adolescent Reception and Detention Center-Vouchers, 1981-83
*Adolescent Reception and Detention Center-Women Offenders Report, 1981?
Children of Offenders Program-Law Enforcement Assistance Administration, 1976-77
Children of Offenders Program-Law Enforcement Assistance Administration, 1976-80
Children of Offenders Program-Law Enforcement Assistance Administration, 1978
Children of Offenders Program-Law Enforcement Assistance Administration-Grant Proposal, 1976-77
Children of Offenders Program-Law Enforcement Assistance Administration-Grant Proposal and Budget, 1976-77
Family Prison Visiting Program, 1967-74
Family Services Bureau-Christmas, 1967-80
Family Services Bureau-Correspondence, 1970-74
Legal Services Bureau-Interim Reports, 1971-74
Legal Services Bureau-Reports, 1974-75
Ombudsman, 1972-73
Ombudsman-Bedford Hills, 1972-73
Ombudsman-News Clippings, 1972-73
Ombudsman-Committee, 1972
Ombudsman-Correspondence, 1972-73
Ombudsman-Fundraising, 1972
Ombudsman-Program Agencies, 1969-72
Ombudsman-Program Agencies, 1971-78

Box 2

Ombudsman-Proposal, 1972
Proposal-Alcoholism Program, circa 1980
Proposal-Lengthy Detention Program, 1974
*Social Services, 1977-81
*Social Services-Correspondence-Friedlander, Shelley (Director), 1975-76
*Social Services-Correspondence-Friedlander, Shelley-Folder 1, 1977
*Social Services-Correspondence-Friedlander, Shelley-Folder 2, 1977

Box 3

*Social Services-Correspondence-Friedlander, Shelley, 1978
*Social Services-Correspondence-Friedlander, Shelley, 1979-81
Social Services-Reports, 1973-81


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Series 6: Project Files, 1974-88

Folders marked with an asterisk (*) contain prisoners' names and other identifying information. Access is restricted. Consulta a staff member for details.

Box 1

AIDS in Prison Project, 1985-87
AIDS in Prison Project, 1988
Budget Education Project, 1982
Budget Education Project, 1983-85
Budget Education Project-Allies, 1984
Budget Education Project-Allies-State and City, 1984-85
Budget Education Project-Batch Application, 1985
Budget Education Project-Calculations, 1978-84
Budget Education Project-Correspondence, 1983-84
Budget Education Project-Correspondence, 1983-85
Budget Education Project-Correspondence, 1983-86
Budget Education Project-Correspondence, 1985-86
Budget Education Project-Correspondence-New York City Office of Management and Budget, 1984
Budget Education Project-Cost of Corrections, 1980-83
Budget Education Project-Counterbudget, 1983-85
Budget Education Project-"Hidden Costs of Incarceration"-Correspondence, 1984
Budget Education Project-"Hidden Costs of Incarceration"-Media, 1984-85
Budget Education Project-Matthias, Robert, 1985
Budget Education Project-New York City Jail Crisis, 1984
Budget Education Project-New York City Jail Crisis-Correspondence, 1984
Budget Education Project-New York City Jail Crisis-Correspondence, 1984-85
Budget Education Project-Monthly Financial Reports, 1984
Budget Education Project-Number 2
Budget Education Project-Prison Operating Costs, 1983-85
Budget Education Project-Prison Operating Costs-Press Release, 1984
Budget Education Project-Proposal, 1983-84
Budget Education Project-Proposal, 1984
Budget Education Project-Public Safety, 1983
Budget Education Project-Statewide Youth Advocates, 1984-85
Budget Education Project-Steelman, Diane, 1983
Budget Education Project-Steelman, Diane-Reports, 1984
Budget Education Project-What Price Safety? 1983
Case Histories Project, 1985
*Case Histories Project-Correspondence, 1983-85
*Case Histories Project-Do They Belong in Prison? 1985
Case Histories Project-Do They Belong in Prison?-Advance Copies Correspondence, 1985
Case Histories Project-Do They Belong in Prison-Advance Copy, 1985
*Case Histories Project-Proposal
*Case Histories Project-Release Forms, 1985
Idle Time Project-"Doing Idle Time,"
Idle Time Project-"Doing Idle Time"-Correspondence, 1984
Idle Time Project-"Doing Idle Time"-Interviews and Correspondence, 1983-84
Idle Time Project-"Doing Idle Time"-Report Mailing List and Correspondence, 1984
Idle Time Project-"Doing Idle Time"-Press Coverage, 1984
Idle Time Project-Other States, 1983
Idle Time Project-Proposal and Correspondence, 1983-84
Idle Time Project-Prison Alcohol Programs, 1983
Idle Time Project-Survey-Adirondack Correctional Facility, 1983
Idle Time Project-Survey-Albion, 1983
Idle Time Project-Arthur Kill, 1980-83
Idle Time Project-Survey-Auburn, 1982-83
Idle Time Project-Survey-Bayview, 1983-86
Idle Time Project-Survey-Bedford Hills, 1983-86
Idle Time Project-Survey-Clinton, 1983
Idle Time Project-Survey-Collins, 1983
Idle Time Project-Survey-Coxsackie, 1981-83
Idle Time Project-Survey-Downstate, 1983
Idle Time Project-Survey-Eastern/Naponoch, 1982-86
Idle Time Project-Survey-Elmira, 1982-83
Idle Time Project-Survey-Fishkill, 1981-83
*Idle Time Project-Survey-Great Meadow/Comstock, 1982-85
Idle Time Project-Survey-Green Haven, 1983
Idle Time Project-Survey-Groveland, 1983
Idle Time Project-Survey-Hudson, 1983
Idle Time Project-Survey-Lincoln, 1983
Idle Time Project-Survey-Long Island/Pilgrim/Brentwood, 1983-85
Idle Time Project-Survey-Mid-Orange, 1982-85
Idle Time Project-Survey-Ogdensburg, 1983
Idle Time Project-Survey-Otisville, 1982-85
*Idle Time Project-Survey-Sing Sing (Ossining), 1922-84
Idle Time Project-Survey-Survey-Taconic, 1983
Idle Time Project-Survey-Wallkill, 1982-83
Idle Time Project-Survey-Watertown, 1983
Idle Time Project-Survey-Woodburne, 1983

Box 2

Latino Project, 1985-87
Latino Project-Impact of Prison on Inner City Black and Latino Communities, 1987
New York City Pretrial Detention Project, 1982
Prison and Jail Conditions Project, 1982-86
Prison and Jail Conditions Project-Director Search, 1983
Prison and Jail Conditions Project-Meeting Announcements, 1984
Prison and Jail Conditions Project-Neglected Population-Bayview Advisory Board
Prison and Jail Conditions Project-Neglected Population-Commissioner's Response, 1985
Prison and Jail Conditions Project-Neglected Population-Correspondence, 1985
Prison and Jail Conditions Project-Neglected Population-Requests, 1985
Prison and Jail Conditions Project-Neglected Population: Women Prisoners at Bayview, 1985
Prison and Jail Conditions Project-Outline, 1984
Prison and Jail Conditions Project-Policymaker Education, 1983
Prison and Jail Conditions Project-Potler, Cathy-Correspondence, 1983-85
Prison and Jail Conditions Project-Potler, Cathy-Correspondence, 1984
Prison and Jail Conditions Project-Potler, Cathy-Correspondence, 1985
Prison and Jail Conditions Project-Potler, Cathy-Reports, 1983-84
Prison and Jail Conditions Project-Proposal and Budget, 1982-83
Prison and Jail Conditions Project-Proposal, 1984
Prison and Jail Conditions Project-State of the Prisons, 1986
Prison and Jail Conditions Project-Third Year Proposal, 1986?
Prison Mental Hygiene and AIDS Projects-Public Officials, 1987
Prison Mental Hygiene Project, 1987
Prison Mental Hygiene Project, 1988
Prison Mental Hygiene Project-Alliance for the Mentally Ill of Westchester County, 1988
Prison Mental Hygiene Project-AMI Interviews, 1988
Prison Mental Hygiene Project-Attica-Eng v. Smith, 1986-87
Prison Mental Hygiene Project-Background Reports, 1979-81
Prison Mental Hygiene Project-Crime and Mental Illness, 1986
Prison Mental Hygiene Project-Deinstitutionalization, 1978-87
Prison Mental Hygiene Project-Epilepsy, 1982-85
Prison Mental Hygiene Project-Ex-mental Patients in Criminal Justice System, 1983
Prison Mental Hygiene Project-General, 1986
Prison Mental Hygiene Project-Grants and Budget, 1987
Prison Mental Hygiene Project-Media, 1987
Prison Mental Hygiene Project-Mental Health Alternatives to Incarceration Program, 1988
Prison Mental Hygiene Project-Mental Health Literature, 1987
Prison Mental Hygiene Project-Mental Health-Westchester County, 1988
Prison Mental Hygiene Project-Mentally Impaired Prisoners-1979-87
Prison Mental Hygiene Project-Mentally Impaired Prisoners-Commission on Quality of Care for the Mentally Disabled, 1985-87
Prison Mental Hygiene Project-Mentally Impaired Prisoners-Connelly/Feldman Report, 1988
Prison Mental Hygiene Project-Mentally Impaired Prisoners-Feldman Report, 1988
Prison Mental Hygiene Project-Mentally Impaired Prisoners-H.E.L.P. and Other Family Groups, 1985-87
Prison Mental Hygiene Project-Mentally Impaired Prisoners-Legislative Hearings, 1986-87
Prison Mental Hygiene Project-Mentally Impaired Prisoners-Meeting, circa 1985
Prison Mental Hygiene Project-Mentally Impaired Prisoners-Mentally Impaired in New York's Prisons, 1987
Prison Mental Hygiene Project-Mentally Impaired Prisoners-Mentally Impaired in New York's Prisons-Reactions to Report, 1986-87
Prison Mental Hygiene Project-Mentally Impaired Prisoners-Other State Programs, 1986
Prison Mental Hygiene Project-Mentally Impaired Prisoners-Prisoners' Legal Services, etc., 1985-87
Prison Mental Hygiene Project-Mentally Impaired Prisoners-Problems and Treatment, 1980-85
Prison Mental Hygiene Project-Mentally Impaired Prisoners-Report Mailing List, etc., 1986-87
Prison Mental Hygiene Project-Mentally Impaired Prisoners-Retarded Offenders, 1973-82
*Prison Mental Hygiene Project-Mentally Impaired Prisoners-Steelman, Diane-Correspondence, 1985-86
Prison Mental Hygiene Project-Mentally Impaired Prisoners-Texas-Ruiz v. Estelle, 1984-86

Box 3

Prison Mental Hygiene Project-Miscellaneous, 1985-87
Prison Mental Hygiene Project-New York City Jails, 1983-86
Prison Mental Hygiene Project-New York State Mental Health System, 1984-87
Prison Mental Hygiene Project-New York State Office of Mental Health Forensic Services, 1983-86
Prison Mental Hygiene Project-New York State Office of Mental Health Forensic Services, 1985-86
Prison Mental Hygiene Project-New York State Office of Mental Health-Level of Care Study, 1986-87
Prison Mental Hygiene Project-New York State Prisons-General, 1985-86
Prison Mental Hygiene Project-Notes, 1988
Prison Mental Hygiene Project-Other Research Projects, 1987
Prison Mental Hygiene Project-Outline, 1988
Prison Mental Hygiene Project-Parole, 1985-86
Prison Mental Hygiene Project-Proposal Summary, 1988
Prison Mental Hygiene Project-Retreat, 1986-87
Prison Mental Hygiene Project-Retreat/Colloquium, 1986-87
*Prison Mental Hygiene Project-Survey-Attica, 1985-87
Prison Mental Hygiene Project-Survey-Auburn, 1984-85
Prison Mental Hygiene Project-Survey-Bedford Hills, 1981-87
Prison Mental Hygiene Project-Survey-Central New York Psychiatric Center, 1986
Prison Mental Hygiene Project-Survey-Clinton, 1983-85
Prison Mental Hygiene Project-Survey-Downstate, 1982-86
Prison Mental Hygiene Project-Survey-Elmira, 1985
Prison Mental Hygiene Project-Survey-Fishkill, 1986
Prison Mental Hygiene Project-Survey-Great Meadow/Comstock, 1982-86
Prison Mental Hygiene Project-Survey-Green Haven, 1978-85
Prison Mental Hygiene Project-Survey-Sing Sing (Ossining), 1984-85
Prison Mental Hygiene Project-Survey-Sullivan, 1986
*Prison Mental Hygiene Project-Survey-Wende, 1985-87
Prison Mental Hygiene Project-TASC (Treatment Alternatives to Street Crime, Westchester County), 1988
Prison Mental Hygiene Project-TASC, 1988?
Prison Mental Hygiene Project-TASC-Interview Questions, 1988
Prison Mental Hygiene Project-TASC-Interview with H. Goldstein, 1986
Prison Mental Hygiene Project-TASC-Interviews, 1988
Prison Mental Hygiene Project-TASC-Probation Agreement, 1988
Prison Mental Hygiene Project-TASC-Program Narrative, 1988?
Prison Mental Hygiene Project-TASC-Staff Meeting, 1988
Prison Mental Hygiene Project-TASC-Statistics, 1987
Prison Mental Hygiene Project-Unsuccessful Funding Proposals, 1986-87
Prison Overcrowding Project, 1982
Prison Overcrowding Project, 1983
Prison Overcrowding Project-News Clippings, 1983-84
Prison Overcrowding Project-Personnel Search, 1982
Prison Overcrowding Project-Press Releases and Testimony, 1983
Prison Overcrowding Project-Proposals, 1982
Prison Overcrowding Project-Questions and Answers, 1982-84
Prison Overcrowding Project-Vermeulen, Jean-Correspondence, 1983
*Prison Overcrowding Project-Vermeulen, Jean-Correspondence-Folder 1, 1983-84
*Prison Overcrowding Project-Vermeulen, Jean-Correspondence-Folder 2, 1983-84
Prison Overcrowding Project-Vermeulen, Jean-Correspondence, 1985
Prison Overcrowding Project-Vermeulen, Jean-Reports, 1983-84
Prison Overcrowding Project-Vermeulen, Jean-Testimony on Determinate Sentencing, 1985
Prison Overcrowding/Public Policy Project, 1975-87
Project Summaries, 1983
Project Summaries and Analyses, 1980-82
Proposed Project-Prisoner's Rights Litigation, 1980
Proposed Project-Visits to Institutions and Field Services, 1974
Proposed Projects, 1974
Proposed Projects-Concept Papers, circa 1985
State Planning Project, 1980-81

Box 4

State Planning Project-Clark Foundation, 1981-82
State Planning Project-Pochoda, Dan-Correspondence, 1981-82
State Planning Project-Prison Population Explosion-Advance Copies Mailed,1982
State Planning Project-Prison Population Explosion-Correspondence,1982-84
State Planning Project-Prison Population Explosion in New York State,1982
State Planning Project-Prison Population Explosion-Report Mailing,1982
State Planning Project-Prison Population Explosion-Typescript, 1982
State Planning Project-Resource Materials, 1975-81
State Planning Project-Resumes, 1981
State Planning Project-Rikers Island, 1983
State Planning Project-Vouchers, 1981-82


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Series 7: Subject Files, 1947-1988

Box 1
Folder

1. Ad Hoc Committee on Gun Control, 1967-70
2. Advisory Committee on Criminal Sanctions, Report, Part I, 1982
3. After Ossining: A Legislative Response with Recommendations, 1984
4. AIDS in Correctional Facilities: Issues and Options, 1986
5. Alabama–Psychological Assessment Services, 1978
6. Alcohol and Alcoholism: A Police Handbook, 1965
7. Alcoholism and the Administration of Justice, 1964
8. Alcoholism and Correction
9. Alcohol Ingestion, Alcoholism and Traffic Accidents, 1965
10. Alliance for a Safer New York, 1972
11. Alliance for a Safer New York – Jobs Committee, 1972
12. Alliance for a Safer New York – Jobs Committee, 1973
13. Alternative Sentencing, 1979-81
14. Alternative Sentencing, 1982-84
15. Alternative Sentencing–New York Center on Sentencing Alternatives, 1981-82
16. Alternatives to Prison Report – Outline, 1986
17. American Bar Association–Folder 1, 1973-84
18. American Bar Association–Folder 2, 1973-84
19. American Correctional Association Winter Conference, 1987
20. American Prisons and Jails–ABT Report, 1981
21. Analysis of Actual Expenditures for New York State Prisons, 1986
22. Andrew Glover Youth Program, 1983-88
23. Atlantic Mutual Insurance Company, 1984
24. Attica 1982: An Analysis of Current Conditions in New York State Prisons, 1982
25. Attica 1982 Report – C.A.’s Response to Commissioner’s Criticism, 1982
26. Attica 1982 Report – Correspondence, 1982
27. Attica: A Report on Conditions, 1983, 1983
28. *Attica Correctional Facility, 1982-86
29. Background Paper on Narcotics Addiction, 1964
30. Bail, 1970-73
31. Bail, 1987
32. Bail and Summons: 1965, 1965
33. Bail Bond–Folder 1, 1958-74
34. Bail Bond–Folder 2, 1958-74
35. Bail Project–Legal Aid, 1971
36. Behavioral Emergencies, 1983
37. Bibliographies, 1973-83

Box 2
Folder

1. Bloom and Gelb, Inc., 1977
2. Board of Social Ministry, 1971
3. Bringing Criminal Administration out of the Dark, 1951
4. Bronx Correctional Facility–Proposed, 1983-85
5. Budget Education Project – Toward a Crime Prevention Strategy, 1985
6. Budget Education Project – Toward a Crime Prevention Strategy – Correspondence, 1985
7. Budget Education Project – Toward a Crime Prevention Strategy – Media, 1985
8. Burger, Warren–Chief Justice, U.S. Supreme Court, 1980-83
9. California, 1983-87
10. Campaign for Common Sense in Criminal Justice, 1984-86
11. Campaign for Common Sense in Criminal Justice, 1986
12. Campaign for Common Sense in Criminal Justice–Criticism of New York State Sentencing Guidelines, 1984
13. Campaign for Common Sense in Criminal Justice–New York State Drug Laws, 1986
14. CANY – Annual Report to the Legislature, 1979
15. CA Report – Attica and Commissioner’s Response, 1982
16. CA Statement – Price of Punishment, 1979
17. CA Statement – Prison Population Explosion in NYS, 1983
18. Capital Punishment, 1984-87
19. Capital Punishment–Executions–Statistics, 1949-62
20. Career Criminals, 1982
21. Cell Block Theatre Corporation, 1971-73
22. Center for Governmental Research, Inc.–Study of Future of Pretrial Release Services in New York State, 1983
23. Center for Studies in Criminal Justice, Chicago, Illinois, 1965-69
24. Challenge of Fair and Effective Criminal Administration, 1965
25. Changes We Should Make in Our Correctional System, 1963
26. Changes in Policies in the United States in Dealing with Public Intoxication, 1972
27. Chemical Bank, 1983-85
28. Chicago State University–Proposed Corrections Program, 1971
29. Chronic Police Court Alcoholic, 1964
30. The Church and the Homosexual, 1964
31. Church of Gethsemane – Dunamis, 1985
32. Circle Project, 1978
33. Citizen Involvement in the Administration of Justice, 1966
34. Citizens’ Budget Commission, 1982-84
35. Citizens’ Committee for Children of New York, 1962-72
36. Citizens’ Committee on Prison Overcrowding, 1983
37. Citizens’ Committee on Prison Overcrowding, 1983
38. Citizens’ Committee on Prison Overcrowding, 1983-86
39. Citizens’ Committee on Prison Overcrowding – Press Conference/Release, 1983
40. Citizens’ Committee on Prison Overcrowding – Membership Mailings and Mailing Lists, 1983-84
41. Citizens’ Crime Commission, 1980-84
42. Citizens’ Crime Commission and CANY – Sentencing Proposals, 1982
43. Civic Assembly, 1972-73
44. Civil Liberties, 1982-83
45. Committee for Economic Development, 1972
46. Committee for Modern Courts–Folder 1, 1972-73
47. Committee for Modern Courts–Folder 2, 1972-73
48. Committee for Public Counsel Services (Massachusetts), First Annual Report, 1985
49. Community Corrections Act, 1978-83
50. Community Corrections Act, 1978-84
51. Community Council of Greater New York, Program Plan 1985, 1985
52. Community Service, 1980-85

Box 3
Folder

1. Community Service Society of New York, 1972-73
2. Community Service Society of New York, Alternatives to Incarceration, 1986
3. Community Service Society of New York, The Changing Face of Poverty, 1984
4. Comprehensive Correctional Planning Model, 1981
5. Comprehensive Pay Scales–New York State, New York City, and Federal, 1983
6. Conditions of Confinement, 1983-87
7. Conferences, 1971-75
8. Conferences Attended, 1985-86
9. Connecticut, 1965-67
10. Connecticut State Prison Association, News and Views, 1971
11. Contracting for the Operation of Private Prisons: Pros and Cons, 1987
12. Contributions – Tally Sheets, 1977
13. Commitment “In lieu of” Fine or Bond, 1962
14. Comradeship Courts and Related Innovations in the Soviet Union?, 1965
15. Conference: Staff Participation, 1984
16. Correction and the Alcoholic, 1965
17. Correctional Programs, 1963
18. Correctional Service Federation, 1970-80
19. Corresponding Secretary’s Report for 1972, 1972
20. Cost of Crime: Jails (Television Script), 1976
21. Cost of Justice (Bronx County), c.1980
22. Cost of Punishment, 1977-1980
23. Council on Legal Education for Professional Responsibility, Inc., 1970
24. County Programming for Alternatives to Incarceration, 1987
25. Courts and Pubic Drunkenness – The Outlook, 1970
26. Court Employment Project, 1984
27. Court Orders, 1987
28. Courts, 1968-73
29. Courts, Task Force on, Report, 1971
30. Crime and Punishment: The Public’s View, 1987
31. Crime Statistics, 1978-85
32. Crime Statistics, 1979-97
33. Crimes with No Victims, 1972
34. Criminal Justice Agency, 1981-84
35. Criminal Justice Bibliography, 1982
36. Criminal Justice Institute, Inc., circa 1985
37. Criminal Justice Organization Newsletters and Correspondence, 1984-87
38. Criminal Justice Reference Library, Newsletter, 1971-83
39. Criminal Justice System, 1985-87
40. Criminal Justice System – Problem of Balance, 1968
41. Criminal Responsibility and the Alcoholic, 1968
42. Cult of Chemical Comorts?, 1966
43. Currie, Elliot–Articles, 1982-85
44. A Day in Court Means a Day in the Pens, 1972
45. Decline of the Rehabilitative Ideal: Penal Policy and Social Purpose, 1981
46. Delaware Council on Crime and Justice, Inc., Bulletin, 1971-72
47. Detention of Individuals Pending Trial, 1967
48. Dimensions of Drug Dependence in the United Kingdom, 1970
49. Directory of New York State Criminal Justice Agencies–Request, 1986
50. Ditchley Foundation (England), 1971-72
51. Djini, Andja, 1971
52. Double-celling (Overcrowding), 1982
53. Downstate Correctional Facility, 1984
54. Drugs, Drug Testing, Drug Laws, 1986-87
55. Drug Scene UK 1969, 1969
56. Drunkenness Offense, The Legal Position in the USA, 1968
57. Early Release, 1983
58. Electronically Monitored In-house Confinement, c.1980
59. Evaluation, c.1975
60. Evaluation of Project Anti-Recidivism, 1968
61. Fact Sheet on Capital Punishment, undated
62. False Arrest, 1984
63. False Sense of Security: A Press Briefing on Crime and Prisons, 1987
64. Feasibility of a Correctional Ombudsman, 1972
65. Federal Crime Legislation, 1984
66. Federal Prisons Offer Training in Office Work, 1967
67. Federation of Protestant Welfare Agencies, 1972
68. Fellowship Center, c.1980
69. Figgie Report on Fear of Crime: America Afraid, Part I, 1980
70. Findings of Ad Hoc Committee on Youth Needs, 1963
71. Fines in Sentencing, 1984
72. Floating Foundation of Photography–Three Prisons Exhibit, 1972
73. Focus on Health Agencies, 1966
74. Fortune Society News, 1969-70
75. Foundation Reports (Material), 1985-86

Box 4
Folder

1. General Secretary’s Report for 1965, 1965
2. General Secretary’s Report for 1966, 1966
3. General Secretary’s Report for 1967, 1967
4. General Secretary’s Report for 1970, 1971
5. General Secretary’s Report for 1971, 1971
6. “Georgia Residents’ Attitudes Toward the Death Penalty, the Disposition of Juvenile Offenders and Related Issues,” 1986
7. Gideon Decision (Study of Recidivism and Socio-cultural Change), 1965
8. Governmental Attitude and Action toward Prostitution, 1967
9. Governor’s Special Committee on Criminal Offenders, Observations on Preliminary Report of, 1968
10. Governor’s Task Force on Alcoholism Treatment in Criminal Justice – Report, 1984
11. Green, William – Resume, 1973
12. Greyhound, 1971
13. GRI – Governmental Research Institute, 1971
14. GROW – Group Relations Ongoing Workshops, 1971-72
15. Guidelines on the Use of Arrest and Conviction Records as Job Selection Criteria, 1973
16. Gun Control, 1980-85
17. Half-Way Houses, 1963-72
18. Harris, M. Kay–Articles, 1979-81
19. Heroin Use in a Provincial Town – One Year Later, 1969
20. Herstedvester Detention Center (Netherlands), 1971-72
21. Hoffa, James – Testimony, 1972
22. Home Detention, 1984-86
23. Homicide, 1968-69
24. Homicide in New York State, 1981, 1983
25. Homosexuality, 1969-73
26. Human Resources Administration Services, Commissioner’s Statement on, 1984
27. Human Services Management Institute, Inc, c.1980
28. ICC Link, 1987
29. Illegal Aliens–Incarceration, 1986
30. Incarceration–Cost Effectiveness, 1984
31. Incarceration Costs, 1982-84
32. Inmate Population Distribution, 1987
33. Inmate Problems, News Clippings, 1972
34. Inquiry into the Juvenile Centers Operated by the Office of Probation, 1971
35. Interfaith Coalition for Equal Justice, 1976
36. “Inside America’s Toughest Prison,” 1986
37. International Council on Alcohol and Addictions, 1974-75
38. Is the Alcoholic Immune from Criminal Prosecution, 1966
39. Jails, 1965-1969
40. Jail Reform–National Coalition, 1982-83
41. Jailing the Drunken Alcoholic – It’s “Cruel and Unusual Punishment,” 1966
42. Jails/Jail Inmates, 1983
43. Jails–Population Statistics, 1984-86
44. Jaycees, 1971-75
45. Job Problems of Ex-offenders–Folder 1, 1969-76
46. Job Problems of Ex-offenders–Folder 2, 1969-76
47. Job Training, 1967-73
48. Judges on Prisons, 1984
49. Judicial Conference, 1967-71
50. Judicial Selection, 1968
51. Justifiable Abortions, 1966
52. Juvenile Courts, 1962-67
53. Juvenile Delinquency, 1964-72
54. Juvenile Detention Association, National, 1970
55. Juvenile Detention Centers, 1968-72

Box 5
Folder

1. Juvenile Detention Panel–Folder 1, 1970-71
2. Juvenile Detention Panel–Folder 2, 1970-71
3. Juveniles, 1970-72
4. Juveniles, 1973-84
5. Juveniles, 1987
6. Juveniles and Juvenile Justice System, 1985-86
7. Lasker Decision–House of Detention for Men, 1974
8. Lasker Decision–House of Detention for Men, 1983
9. Law and Disorder, 1968
10. Legal Aid Society, 1968-73
11. Legal Aid Society, 1968-73
12. Legal Issues of Female Inmates: A Report, 1982
13. Legal Situation on Jailing Alcoholics for Public Intoxication in the United States, 1967
14. Legal Status of Alcoholics – Social Welfare Implications, 1968
15. Legislation – NYS: 1973 Session, 1973-74
16. Liman Commission–Folder 1, 1982
17. Liman Commission–Folder 2, 1982
18. Long Island Correctional Facility–Closure, 1983-84
19. Man on the Periphery – 1964
20. Mandatory Sentences in Drug Cases, 1973
21. Marijuana, 1968-70
22. Marshaling Citizen Power to Modernize Corrections, 1972
23. Massachusetts, 1980-87
24. Media, 1980-87
25. Methadone Program, 1969
26. Minimum Standards of Civil and Human Rights for Inmates in Correctional Institutions, 1973
27. Minnesota, 1981
28. Minnesota Community Corrections Act Evaluation, 1981
29. Miscellaneous, 1981-87
30. Model Residential Juvenile Sex-offender Treatment Program, 1987
31. Moratorium Advocates, 1983
32. Narcotic Addiction, 1964-66
33. Narcotic Addiction – Confronting the Realities, 1967
34. Nassau County Correctional Center, 1972-83
35. National Conference on Correctional Policy, 1986
36. National Conference on Corrections, 1971
37. National Council of Churches, 1970-72
38. National Council on Crime and Delinquency, 1962-1982
39. National Council on Crime and Delinquency,1984
40. National Institute of Corrections, 1979-84
41. National Institute of Corrections, 1979-84
42. National Institute for Sentencing Alternatives, 1984

Box 6
Folder

1. National Jail Association, 1962
2. National Moratorium on Prison Construction, 1982-84
3. National Organizations, 1982-87
4. National Prison Project, 1984
5. National Prisoner Statistics, 1961-75
6. National Prisoner Statistics, 1976-84
7. New Jersey, c.1985
8. New Jersey Association on Correction, 1974-82
9. New Jersey Association on Correction, News and Views, 1986
10. New Jersey Corrections Quarterly, 1986
11. New York City–Alternative Programs, 1984
12. New York City Bar Association, 1979
13. New York City Bar Association–Council on Criminal Justice, 1984
14. New York City Bar Association–Special Committee, 1975-76
15. New York City Board of Correction, 1977-84
16. New York City Board of Correction, 1980-83
17. New York City–Budget, 1982
18. New York City–Budget, 1984-85
19. New York City–Budget, 1985-86
20. New York City–Budget–Message of the Mayor, 1985
21. New York City–Budget Summary–Fiscal Year 1985, 1985
22. New York City–Capital Costs, 1983
23. New York City–Citizens’ Budget Commission, 1983-85
24. New York City–Correctional Costs, 1976-84
25. New York City–Costs, 1981-84
26. New York City–Courts, 1984
27. New York City–Crime and Corrections, 1983-85
28. New York City–Crime Statistics, 1984-86
29. New York City–Criminal Justice System, 1977-87
30. New York City Department of Correction, 1971-80
31. New York City Department of Correction, 1979-85
32. New York City Department of Correction–Reports–Folder 1, 1978-82
33. New York City Department of Correction–Reports–Folder 2, 1978-82
34. New York City Department of Correction–Rehabilitation Services Coordinating Unit, 1977
35. New York City–Impact of President Reagan’s Proposed Budget, 1985
36. New York City–Jail Expansion, 1984
37. New York City–Jail Overcrowding, 1983
38. New York City–Jail Overcrowding, Lynch Committee on, 1982-83
39. New York City–Jail Overcrowding, Lynch Committee on, 1982
40. New York City–Jails–Forced Release, 1983-85
41. New York City–Jails–1986 Crisis, 1986-87
42. New York City–Jails–1986 Crisis–Court Papers, 1986-87
43. New York City–Job Programs for Youths, 1985-86
44. New York City Office of Budget and Management, 1984
45. New York City–Prison Programs Resources,
46. New York City–Police, 1983-85
47. New York City–Probation, 1976-84
48. New York City–Report–Pretrial Services, c.1975-84
49. New York City–Testimony, 1984
50. New York City–Youth Programs, 1984-85

Box 7
Folder

1. New York Coalition for Penal Reform, 1972
2. New York Family Planner, 1972
3. New York State–Alternatives to Incarceration, 1983-86
4. New York State–Alternatives to Incarceration–Estimated Costs and Savings, c.1975
5. New York State–Alternatives to Incarceration Task Force, 1983-84
6. New York State–Alternatives to Incarceration Task Force–Report, 1983
7. New York State Assembly–Puerto Rican/Hispanic Task Force Conference, 1988
8. New York State–Bail, 1986
9. New York State Bar Association–“BASIC” Grants, 1974-75
10. New York State Bar Visitation Project, 1975
11. New York State–Budget–Corrections, Alternatives, 1984-87
12. New York State–Budget–General, 1984
13. New York State Catholic Conference, 1983-84
14. New York State Coalition for Criminal Justice, 1975-84
15. New York State Commission of Correction–Site Visits, 1984
16. New York State Commission of Investigation, Annual Report, 1985, 1985-86
17. New York State–Crime Rates, 1986-87
18. New York State Communities’ Aid Association, 1972
19. New York State–County Jails, 1981-86
20. New York State – Cuomo, Mario, 1987
21. New York State Defenders Association Brochure, c.1980
22. New York State Department of Correctional Services, 1975-84
23. New York State Department of Correctional Services–Fiscal Year 1988-89, 1988
24. New York State Department of Correctional Services–Reports, 1978-82
25. New York State Department of Correctional Services–Reports, 1981-83
26. New York State Department of Correctional Services–Reports, 1981-84
27. New York State Department of Correctional Services–Division of Program Planning–Research and Evaluation–Reports, 1984-86
28. New York State Developmental Disabilities Planning Council, 1984-87
29. New York State Division for Youth Assistance Project, 1964-74
30. New York State Division of Parole–Reports, 1980-84
31. New York State Division of Probation–Sentencing Proposal, 1982-83
32. New York State Division of Probation–Sentencing Proposal, 1983-84
33. New York State – Governor’s State of the State Address – Criminal Justice Section, 1988
34. New York State–Gubernatorial Candidates, 1982
35. New York State Law Enforcement Council, 1982
36. New York State Law Enforcement Council, 1983
37. New York State–Laws and Evaluations, 1975-77
38. New York State–Legislation–Mandatory Sentencing, 1973
39. New York State–Legislation-Prison Overcrowding, 1984
40. New York State–Legislative Breakfast, 1984
41. New York State–Legislative History–1973 Amendment, 1973
42. New York State–Legislative Memoranda–Miscellaneous, 1975-77
43. New York State Legislature–Black and Puerto Rican Caucus, 1983-85
44. New York State–Mental Hygiene Law Summary, c.1980
45. New York State Narcotic Addiction control Commission, 1967
46. New York State Office of Mental Health–Forensic Unit, 1988
47. New York State Office of Vocational Rehabilitation, 1986
48. New York State Prisons, Classification of, 1982
49. New York State Prisons–Expansion Programs–Overcrowding, 1987
50. New York State Prisons–Rehabilitation Programs, 1973-85
51. New York State Prisons–Sex Offenders, 1983-87
52. New York State Probation and Parole Officers Association, Inc., 1976
53. New York State–Parole Board, 1987
54. New York State–Reform Groups, c.1980
55. New York State Sentencing Guidelines Committee, 1985
56. Neufeld, Muriel, c.1985

Box 8
Folder

1. News Bulletin – June and October 1984, 1984
2. News Bulletin, December 1986, 1986
3. News Clippings–Miscellaneous, 1985
4. News Clippings–Miscellaneous, 1986-87
5. News Clippings–Op-ed–Miscellaneous, 1986
6. News Clippings–Op-ed–Miscellaneous, 1987
7. News Update – Summer 1983, 1983
8. 1960 Golden Anniversary White House Conference on Children and Youth, 1960
9. On the City’s Master Plan – Summary, 1983
10. 128th Annual Report of the CANY, 1972
11. Origins of the Underclass, 1986
12. Osborne Association, 1961-83
13. Osborne Association – Administration, 1983-84
14. Osborne Association – Architectural Plans and Contracts, 1983
15. Osborne Association – Contributions, 1986
16. Osborne Association – Correspondence (Special), 1984-86
17. Osborne Association – Dependent Care Assistance Plan, 1984-85
18. Osborne Association – Dependent Care Assistance Plan, 1984-85
19. Osborne Association – Family Works Programs, 1986
20. Osborne Association – Fundraising, 1982-85
21. Osborne Association – General, 1984-87
22. Osborne Association – Live Call-In Program, 1986
23. Osborne Association – Mission Statements, 1985
24. Osborne Association – Miscellaneous, 1982-84
25. Osborne Association – General Support, 1986-88
26. Osborne Association – Mailings, 1988
27. Osborne Association – Members, 1976-88
28. Osborne Association – Membership Renewal, 1986-87
29. Osborne Association – Newsletter, 1963-83
30. Osborne Association – Program, 1983-84
31. Osborne Association – Program Director Search, 1983
32. Osborne Association – Project Hometown America, 1985
33. Osborne Association – Proposals and Programs, 1984-87
34. Osborne Association –Renewal Letter, 1985
35. Osborne Association – Renovation, 1983-84
36. Osborne Association – Student Recognition Day, 1988
37. Osborne Association – Year-End Tax-Saving Letter, 1986
38. Ossining Correctional Facility, c.1915-84
39. Other Organizations, 1984-86

Box 9
Folder

1. Parole, 1979-86
2. Parole (Outside New York), 1972-82
3. Parole/Probation, 1984
4. Parole/Probation–Correctional Intervention, 1982
5. Parole–Reports, 1975-80
6. Parolees–M.A. Thesis, 1965
7. Pascual, Bonifacio Ramos, 1987
8. Patterson, Robert, 1974
9. Pennsylvania, 1961-75
10. Plan for Court and Probation Services, 1968
11. Pornography, 1969-71
12. Position Statement on Narcotics, 1964
13. Press Kit, 1986
14. Press Literature, 1983-86
15. Press Releases/News Clippings 1986-87
16. “Pretrial Diversion of Youthful Adults,” 1982
17. Pretrial Release and Misconduct, 1985
18. Pretrial Release Programs, 1988
19. Preventive Detention, 1981
20. Prison Action News, `97`
21. Prison, Alternatives to, 1986
22. Prison, Alternatives to–Trial Judges Conference, 1978
23. Prison and Jail Overcrowding in New York State, 1982
24. Prison Bond Issue, 1981
25. Prison Bond Campaign, 1982
26. Prison Bonds/Taxes–Passed/Rejected, c.1980
27. Prison Culture, 1966
28. Prison Furloughs, 1988
29. Prison Industries, 1973-84
30. Prison Industries, 1981-84
31. Prison/Jail Construction, 1983-85
32. Prison Libraries, 1971
33. Prison Overcrowding, 1982-85
34. Prison Overworking Articles, 1981-82
35. Prison Population Data, 1975-84
36. Prison Population Management, Calculations for Estimated Savings from Implementation of, 1984
37. Prison Population Management, Calculations for Estimated Savings from Implementation of, undated
38. Prison Population Management, 1984
39. Prison Population–Rates of Incarceration–Total Numbers–Racial Disparities, 1979-87
40. Prison Riots/Disturbances, News Clippings, 1983
41. Prison Work–Programs, 1983-84
42. Prisoners’ Aid Societies, 1970-78
43. Prisoners’ Bill of Rights, undated
44. Prisoners’ Families, 1970-82
45. Prisoners on the Payroll, undated
46. Prisons–Children, 1985-86
47. Prisons–Federal, 1985-86
48. Prisons–Other Countries, 1983-84
49. Prisons, Parole and probation – Changes over the Years, 1984
50. Prisons–Private, 1984-85
51. Prisons–Private, 1984-86
52. Prisons Under the Capitalist System, 1972
53. Probation, 1970-82
54. Probation, 1980-87
55. Probation, 1988
56. Project on Correctional Legislation, 1972-73
57. Proposed New York Penal Law, 1964
58. Prostitution, 1958-70
59. Protect Prisoners’ Constitutional Rights, Report of the Goldman Panel to, 1971
60. Psychological Power and Pathology of Imprisonment, 1971
61. Public Affairs Report, 1971-72
62. Public Opinion Polls, 1987
63. Public Relation, 1986
64. Publications Received–Folder 1, 1972-74
65. Publications Received–Folder 2, 1972-74

Box 10
Folder

1. Quaker Committee on Social Rehabilitation, Inc., 1970-72
2. Race and Community Relations Service, 1983
3. Racial Disparities, 1985
4. Recidivism, 1984
5. Recidivism, 1985-87
6. Recommendations to the 1970 Legislature, 1970
7. Recommendations to the 1971 Legislature, 1971
8. Recommendations to the 1972 Legislature, 1972
9. Recommendations to the 1975 Legislature, 1975
10. Rehabilitation, 1968-73
11. Rehabilitation of the National Capital Area, Bureau of, 1972
12. Release from Custody and Dismissal from Prosecution, 1971
13. Report on Subject of Prison Reform, 1972
14. Report of the Committee on Institutions and Offender Services on 1974-75 Visits to NYC Correctional Institutes, 1974-75
15. Report on “Victimless Crimes” in New York State, 1972
16. “Rhetoric and Reality of Prison Reform,” 1972
17. Rights of Prisoners, 1971
18. Riker’s Island, News Clippings, 1988
19. Riker’s Island–Problems, News Clippings, 1971-76
20. Riker’s–Island–Problems, News Clippings, 1976-77
21. Riker’s Island Revolt, News Clippings, 1975
22. Robinson to Driver to Easter (Study of Development of Involuntary Intoxication), 1967
23. Rochester Bureau of Municipal Research, Inc., 1964
24. Rochester Bureau of Municipal Research, Inc., 1967-72
25. “Role of Race in the American Criminal Justice System,” 1982-83
26. Roosevelt Hospital Annual Report, 1974
27. Rothman, David–Articles, 1973
28. Roundtable Discussion on Criminal Sentencing, 1976-77
29. Runaway and Homeless Youth in New York City, 1984
30. Saint Peter’s Church, 1972
31. Selective Incapacitation–Folder 1, 1982-83
32. Selective Incapacitation–Folder 2, 1982-83
33. Selective Incapacitation, 1986
34. Sentencing, 1977-83
35. Sentencing–Determinate, 1979-84
36. Sentencing Guidelines, 1982-83
37. Sentencing Guidelines, 1984-86
38. Sentencing Guidelines–U.S. Sentencing Commission, 1986
39. Sentencing–Mandatory, 1977-82
40. Sentencing Policies, 1988
41. Sentencing Practices, Procedures, and Consequences–Legal Aid Society Report, 1980
42. Sentencing Reform, 1977
43. Sexual Abuse, Crimes, Offenders, and Programs, 1986
44. Sexual Issues, 1965-72
45. Short-term Adolescent Resident Training Center, 1962
46. Short-term Detention–Official Reports, 1982-83
47. Should Alcoholics Be Absolved from Criminal Responsibility?, 1967
48. Should Narcotics Be Prescribed to Addicts? No!, 1967
49. Should the State Regulate Morality/, 1968
50. Singer/Graflex Vocational Evaluation System, 1971-72
51. “Social Policy and the Future of Criminal Justice,” 1988
52. Socio-economic Causes of Crime, 1986
53. Some Observations on the Sociological Aspect of Narcotics Addiction, 1961
54. South Forty Corporation, 1975
55. Speakers’ Bureau, 1986
56. State Correctional Systems, 1961
57. State of the Prisons – CANY Report, 1986
58. State Prison Overcrowding: Parole and Good Time Proposals, 1983
59. State Prison Overcrowding: Blue Ribbon Panel, 1983
60. State Prison Overcrowding: Proposed Legislation, 1983-84
61. Stay’n Out, c.1980
62. Strategy Memos to Board of Directors, 1987-88
63. Suicide in Prisons, 1969-70
64. Suicide Prevention: Officer’s Handbook, 1986
65. Survey of a Representative Sample of Addicts Prescribed Heroin, 1970
66. Testimony for City Council on Bill No. 721, 1968
67. Texas, 1985-87
68. Therapeutic Abortions, 1967
69. Toward a Crime Prevention Strategy, 1985
70. Training Programs–General, 1966-71
71. Training Schools, 1970-71
72. Tri-State Consumers and Trade News, 1971

Box 11
Folder

1. U.N. Advisory Committee of NGO’s to Social Defense, 1972-73
2. U.S. Department of Justice–Bureau of Prisons, 1960-72
3. U.S. Department of Justice–Crime, 1983-84
4. U.S. Department of Justice–Law Enforcement Assistance Administration, 1965-78
5. U.S. Supreme Court – Chronic Alcoholism and the 8th and 14th Amendments, 1965
6. U.S. Supreme Court–Prison-related Cases, 1984
7. Urban League News, 1971-73
8. Veatch Program, 1982-85
9. Vera Institute of Justice, 1986
10. Vera Institute of Justice–Community Service, 1981-85
11. Vermont Department of Corrections–Newsletters, 1971-73
12. Vesey Street Letter, 1972-76
13. VISTA Riker’s Island Project, c.1975
14. Victim Compensation, 1965
15. Victimless Crime, 1971-72
16. Victims of Crime, 1981-82
17. VISTO Report–”Summary of Movement and Activities of Volunteers and Probationers, April- June 1970,” 1970
18. Vocational Foundation, Inc., 1971
19. Voluntary Correctional Service Agencies, undated
20. Volunteers, 1971-72
21. Volunteers in Probation Conference, April 1972, 1971-72
22. Von Hirsch, Andrew–Articles, 1979-83
23. Voters Against the Prison Construction Bond, 1981
24. Westchester County, Action Plan to the Final Report of the Task Force on Corrections Overcrowding, 1987
25. Westchester County Department of Community Mental Health, Annual Report, 1987
26. Westchester County Department of Community Mental Health, Survey of Inpatient Care, 1983
27. Westchester County–Directory of Community Mental Health Services, 1986
28. Westchester County Task Force on Corrections Overcrowding, Final Report, 1987
29. What Is Your Jail Like?, 1964
30. What Prisons Do to People, 1985
31. White Collar Crime, 1980-85
32. Women in Jail, 1982
33. “Women in Prison: Inequitable Treatment Requires Action,” 1980
34. Women’s Prison Association and Hopper Home, 1974-77
35. Work Camps for Youth in Trouble, 1960s
36. Work Release vs. Prison Construction, 1988
37. Work Release Programs for Prisoners, 1966-68
38. Would You Hire an Ex-Convict, 1972
39. Wyoming Correctional Facility, 1985
40. Youth Crime: New York’s Two Varieties, 1983
41. Youth Study, 1961
42. You’ve Come a Long Way, Baby (Saloons), 1969


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Series 8: Miscellaneous Publication Files, 1944, 1976-79, 1982-86

Box 1

1. Alcohol and Alcoholism: A Police Handbook, 1978
2. Calculating Criminal Justice Costs: A Manual for Citizens, 1979
3. News Bulletin, 1969, 1983-86, 1987
4. One Hundred Years of Faithful Service, 1944
5. 131st Annual Report to the Legislature, 1976
6. 132nd Annual Report to the Legislature, 1977
7. 133rd Annual Report to the Legislature, 1978
8. 134th Annual Report to the Legislature, 1979
9. Price of Punishment: Public Spending for Corrections in New York, 1980
10. Prison Population Explosion in New York State, 1982
11. What Happens on the Inside Affects All of Us on the Outside, undated


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Series 9: Publications by Others, 1961-75 (Alphabetical by Title)

Box 1

1. Haapala, Kathryn. About Parole in New York State. Citizens' Inquiry on Parole and Criminal Justice, Inc., New York, August 1975.
2. Minucci, Patrick. Alcoholism, Substance Abuse Treatment Program Manual. New York State Department of Correctional Services, Woodbourne Correctional Facility, 1981.
3. Genesee Judicial process Commission. Alternatives to Incarceration, Genesee County. Educational Designs for Justice, Batavia, April 1, 1980.
4. American Bar Association Journal. October 1976.
5. Shernock, Stan K. "Bystander Response to Criminal Events: Rescue or Crime Control?" Criminal Justice Abstracts 19, No. 3, September 1987.
6. The Task Force for a Safer Society. A Call to the People of New York State to End Unnecessary Imprisonment: A Demand for Responsible Public Policies. NYS Council of Churches, Syracuse, August 1980.
7. President's Commission on Law Enforcement and Administration of Justice. The Challenge of Crime in a Free Society. US Government Printing Office, Washington, DC, February 1967.
8. American Correctional Association. Classification. College Park, April 1981.
9. Klapmuts, Nora. Community Alternatives to Prison. National Council on Crime and Delinquency, June 1973.
10. Coopers and Lybrand. The Cost of Incarceration in New York City. The National Council on Crime and Delinquency, Hackensack, 1978.
11. Community Service Society of New York. Crimes Against the Elderly. Statement for NAACP Workshop on the Urban Crisis: Minority Perspectives on Criminal Justice, St. Louis, June 29, 1977.
12. US Department of Justice. Criminal Victimization of New York State Residents, 1974-77. Bureau of Justice Statistics, National Crime Survey Report, Washington, DC, June 1980.
13. US Department of Justice. Criminal Victimization Surveys in Buffalo: A National Crime Survey Report. Washington, DC, July 1977.
14. NYS Advisory Commission on Criminal Sanctions. Current Sentencing Practices (Part II of the Report). New York, 1982.
15. Klapmuts, Nora. Diversion from the Justice System. National Council on Crime and Delinquency, Hackensack, undated.
16. Citizens Task Force on Alternatives to Incarceration. Final Report - Phase One. September 5, 1979.

Box 2

1. National Conference on Women and the Law, 14th Annual. Sourcebook. Washington, DC, 1983.
2. Campaign for Common Sense in Criminal Justice. A Human Needs Agenda: New York's Unfinished Business. New York, undated.
3. Legal Aid Society Prisoners' Rights Project. Index to the Law of Conditions and Practices of Pre-Trial Detention. Criminal Appeals Bureau of the Legal Aid Society of the City of New York, New York, 1978.
4. Prison Fellowship. Is There a Better Way? A Perspective on American Prisons. Special Counsel on Criminal Justice, Washington, DC, 1981.
5. National Coalition for Jail Reform. Jail is the Wrong Placed to Be for Juveniles, Public Inebriates, the Mentally Ill and Mentally Retarded. Washington, DC, undated.
6. American Institute of Criminal Justice. Just the Facts. American Foundation, Inc., undated.
7. American Correctional Association. Manual of Correctional Standards. College Park, 1966
8. Board of Correction. Minimum Standards for New York City Correctional Facilities. New York, undated.
9. NYS Council of Churches. New York's Prisons and Jails: A Time for Decisions. Syracuse, undated.
10. Board of Directors. The Nondangerous Offender Should not Be Imprisoned: A Policy Statement. National Council on Crime and Delinquency, Hackensack, 1978.
11. Krajick, Kevin and Steve Gettinger. Overcrowded Time: Why Prisons Are So Crowded and What Can be Done. Edna McConnell Clark Foundation, New York, 1982.
12. Johnson, Carolyn and Marjorie Kravitz. Overcrowding in Correctional Institutions: A Selected Bibliography. National Institute of Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice, Washington, DC, February 1978.

Box 3

1. Feins, Judith D. Partnerships for Neighborhood Crime Prevention. US Department of Justice, National Institute of Justice, Washington, DC, June 1983.
2. Medvene, Louis and Carol S. Whelan. Prison Health Care in New York City: A Historical Perspective. Community Service Society, New York, May 1976.
3. National Council on Crime and Delinquency. Prisons: The Price We Pay. Hackensack, 1978.
4. National Council on Crime and Delinquency. Proposed Expansion of the NYS Prison System. Hackensack, 1979.
5. NYS Coalition for Criminal Justice. Questions to be Considered before Further Expansion of the State Prisons. Albany, May 13, 1981.
6. DuBow, Fred, Edward McCabe and Gail Kaplan. Reactions to Crime: A Critical Review of the Literature. US Department of Justice, Law Enforcement Assistance Administration, National Institute of Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice, Washington, DC, November, 1979.
7. Bureau of Justice Statistics. Report to the Nation on Crime and Justice: The Data. US Department of Justice, Washington, DC, October 1983.
8. NYS Commission of Correction. A Report of the Westchester County Jail Disturbance, July 1981. Valhalla, September 1981.
9. Knopp, Fay Honey, et. al. Researching Your Local Jail: A Citizen's Guide for Change. Education Designs for Justice and Prison Research Education Action Project of the NYS Council of Churches, Syracuse, March 1981.
10. Goffin Hanna, Marcia. A Review of Temporary Release Programs in New York State. New York Commission of Correction, February 28, 1978.
11. Rudenstine, David. The Rights of Ex-Offenders. Avon Books, New York, 1979.
12. US District Court, Southern District of Texas, Houston Division. David Ruiz, et al. v. W.J. Estelle, Jr., et al. Memorandum Opinion, 1972.
13. League of Women Voters. Seeds of Failure: A Political Review of New York State's 1967 Constitutional Convention. New York, 1973.
14. Rogers, J.A. Sex and Race: Negro-Caucasian Mixing in All Ages and All Lands. Volume I: The Old World. J.A. Rogers Publications, New York, 1940. Book is signed by the author.
15. NYS Department of Correctional Services. Strategic Plan, 1980-85, undated.
16. Campaign for Common Sense in Criminal Justice. Summary: 1986 Criminal Justice Counteragenda. New York, undated.
17. McGann, John R., D.D. Think of Those in Prison as though You Were in Prison with Them. Address of Bishop John r. McGann, D.D. diocese of Rockville Centre to the Eastern Regional Meeting of the American Correctional Chaplains' Association, undated.
18. NYC Department of Correction. This Is Your New York City Department of Correction. New York, 1983.
19. Cory, Bruce and Stephen Gettinger. Time to Build? The Realities of Prison Construction. Edna McConnell Clark Foundation, New York, 1984.
20. American Bar Association Victim Witness Assistance Project. Victim/Witness Legislation: Considerations for Policymakers. Washington, DC, 1981.


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Series 10: Fundraising Files

Box 1

Astor (Vincent) Foundation, 1982-85
Babcock (Mary Reynolds) Foundation, 1981-85
Baird (Winfield) Foundation, 1963-73
Burden (Florence V.) Foundation, 1980-86
Chicago Resource Center, 1984-85
Chrysler Corporation, 1973
Clark (Edna McConnell) Foundation, 1982-85
Clark (Edna McConnell) Foundation, 1985-87
Clark (Robert Sterling) Foundation, 1982-85
Crime and Justice Foundation, 1987
Eisenhower (Milton S.) Foundation, A Progress Report [1988]
Erickson Educational Foundation, Newsletter, 1970-71
Foundation Center, 1983-85
Ford Foundation, 1966-73
Friedlander (Eugene) Foundation, 1984-85
Foundations, 1980-83
Foundations, 1983-85
Foundations, 1987
Foundations-Acknowledgments, 1977-85
Foundations-Fundraising, 1982-83
Foundations-General Mailing, 1984-85
Foundations-Reports on Criminal Justice, 1982
Fund for the City of New York, 1981-85
Funding-Church, 1981-82
Funding-Corporate, 1982-83
Funding-George F. Baker Trust, 1982-83
Funding-Lotta M. Crabtree Trust, 1983
Funding Requests-Folder 1, 1984-86
Funding Requests-Folder 2, 1984-86
Funding Sources-General, 1982
Fundraiser-Search, 1985
Fundraising, 1971-79

Box 2

Fundraising-Agencies, 1974
Fundraising-Caesar, Patricia, 1985
Fundraising-Church Sources, 1982-83
Fundraising-Consultants, 1984
Fundraising-1976, 1974-76
Fundraising-Oram Group, Inc., 1976
Goldman (Herman) Foundation, 1984
Grant Application-Tie-lines, 1979
Grant (William T.) Foundation, 1983-85
Greater New York Fund, 1962-73
Greater New York Fund, 1973-77
Greater New York Fund, 1975-86
Greater New York Fund, 1977-79
Greater New York Fund, 1979
Greater New York Fund, 1979-82
Greater New York Fund/United Way, 1986
Guggenheim (Daniel and Florence) Foundation-Report of the President, 1978-82, 1982
Havens Relief Fund Society, 1975-85
Herman (J.M.) Fund, 1982-83
Hochschild Fund, 1981-84
Ittleson Foundation, 1985
Joint Foundation Support, 1982-84
MacArthur (John D. and Catharine D.) Foundation, 1978
Metzger-Price Fund, Inc., 1982-85
National Community Funds, 1980-84
Needmor Fund, 1982-84
New World Foundation, 1979-85
New York Community Trust, 1981-87
New York Foundation, 1982-83
New York Foundation-Materials for Latino Project, 1975-86
New York Times Company Foundation, 1982-83
New York Times Company Foundation, 1984-84
New World Foundation, 1986
New York Community Trust, 1986-87
New York Community Trust-Funding Proposal, 1986
New York Foundation, 1987
Norman Foundation, 1982-84
Norman Foundation, 1987
Normandie Foundation, 1986
Ottinger Foundation, 1986
Peter Foundation, 1986
Phelps Dodge Foundation, 1986
Pinkerton Foundation, 1983-85
Printing Funding Appeals to Corporations, 1988
Proposals-Basic Format for Writing, circa 1985
Prospect Hill Foundation, 1983-85
Prospect Hill Foundation, 1987
Public Interest Law Foundation, 1986
Public Welfare Foundation, 1986-87
Publications Funding Proposal, 1986
Revson (Charles H.) Foundation, 1982-85
Revson (Charles H.) Foundation, 1987
Rockefeller Foundation, 1985
Rubin (Samuel) Foundation, 1984
Scherman Foundation, 1982-85
Stone (W. Clement and Jessie V.) Foundation, undated
Trinity Grants Programs, 1981-85
United Fund of Greater New York, 1972
Van Ameringen Foundation, 1985
Van Ameringen Foundation, 1986
Veatch Program, 1987
Veatch Program-Drafts, 1986-87
Wallach (Mary and James G.) Foundation, 1988
Warner Communications, 1982-87
Warner Communications, 1987


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Records received in August 2006

The following records were received from the Correctional Association of New York in August 2006, but have not yet been intellectually or physically integrated into the collection.

(untitled) Indenture regarding building purchase James J. Slevin, Register 1887 building typed copy three pages
(untitled) note re: mortgage Eugene Smith, Secretary of Prison Association Executive Committee 1900 building typewritten document one page meeting minutes/memo
(untitled) Register's Office mortgage certificate Frank Gass, County Register 1908 building hand- and typewritten document Shows that the mortgage was paid off. Red seal.
(untitled) Report on decline in membership John Price Jones Company, Consultants 1954 CA administration photocopy of typed document 62 pages, plus foreword and TOC. Includes opinion poll.
(untitled) Title Search city/county clerks 1879 building handwritten document six pages
(untitled) Title Search city/county clerks 1887 building handwritten document six pages
1844 Medal arcana medal actual medal, purple ribbon
1844 Medal Event invitation 2000 2000 events printed document
1844 Medal Event invitation and program 1999 1999 events printed document
1844 Medal Event invitation and program 2001 2001 events printed document
1844 Medal Event invitation and program 2002 events printed document
1844 Medal Event invitation and program 2003 2003 events printed document
1844 Medal Event Program 1994 1994 events printed document
Abstract of the Title of Prison Association of New York Eugene Smith, Attorney 1887 building handwritten document 65 pages. Contains all history of the building
Abstract of the Title of Prison Association of New York (copy) Eugene Smith, Attorney 1887 building photocopy of handwritten document missing pages 25-65. Contains all history of the building
AIDS in Prison Project Update: A Medical Release Proposal 1990 reports printed document
Altered building application and other permits n/a 1983 building typewritten document/forms three pages. Forms regarding request to turn basement into offices.
Annual Report 1894 Prison Association of New York 1894-1894 reports Library-bound book includes 50th anniversary info
Annual Report 1946 Prison Association of New York 1946-1946 reports Library-bound book
Annual Report 1990 1990 publications printed document
Annual Reports 1844-1845 Prison Association of New York 1844-1845 reports Library-bound book contains duplicates
Annual Reports 1844-46 Prison Association of New York 1844-1846 reports Library-bound book Green book containing first three annual reports. Originally part of the CA Library.
Annual Reports 1871-1874, vol. 9 Prison Association of New York 1871-1874 reports Library-bound book Water and mold damage
Annual Reports 1876-1886, vol. 10 Prison Association of New York 1876-1876 reports Library-bound book Water and mold damage
Annual Reports 1921-1922 Prison Association of New York 1921-1922 reports Library-bound book
Annual Reports 1924-1929, vol. 25 Prison Association of New York 1924-1929 reports Library-bound book
Annual Reports 1925-1927 Prison Association of New York 1925-1927 reports Library-bound book
Annual Reports 1928-1929 Prison Association of New York 1928-1929 reports Library-bound book
Annual Reports 1930-1931 Prison Association of New York 1930-1931 reports Library-bound book duplicate copy (except volume number is not marked).
Annual Reports 1930-1931, vol. 26 Prison Association of New York 1930-1931 reports Library-bound book
Annual Reports 1932-1933, vol. 27 Prison Association of New York 1932-1933 reports Library-bound book
Annual Reports 1932-1934 Prison Association of New York 1932-1934 reports Library-bound book
Annual Reports 1934-1935 vol. 28 Prison Association of New York 1934-1935 reports Library-bound book
Annual Reports 1935-1936 Prison Association of New York 1935-1936 reports Library-bound book
Annual Reports 1936-1938, vol. 29 Prison Association of New York 1936-1938 reports Library-bound book
Annual Reports 1937-1939 Prison Association of New York 1937-1939 reports Library-bound book
Annual Reports 1939-1940, vol. 30 Prison Association of New York 1939-1940 reports Library-bound book Water and mold damage
Annual Reports 1940-1941 Prison Association of New York 1940-1941 reports Library-bound book
Annual Reports 1941-1942 Prison Association of New York 1941-1942 reports Library-bound book
Annual Reports 1942-1943 Prison Association of New York 1942-1943 reports Library-bound book
Annual Reports 1943-1944 Prison Association of New York 1943-1944 reports Library-bound book
Annual Reports 1944-1945 Prison Association of New York 1944-1945 reports Library-bound book
Annual Reports 1945-1946 Prison Association of New York 1945-1946 reports Library-bound book contains duplicates
Annual Reports 1947-1948 Prison Association of New York 1947-1948 reports Library-bound book
Annual Reports 1947-1948 Prison Association of New York 1947-1948 reports Library-bound book duplicate copy
Annual Reports 1949-1950 Prison Association of New York 1949-1950 reports Library-bound book
Annual Reports 1949-1951 Prison Association of New York 1949-1951 reports Library-bound book contains duplicates
Annual Reports 1951-1952 Prison Association of New York 1951-1952 reports Library-bound book
Annual Reports 1952-1954 Prison Association of New York 1952-1954 reports Library-bound book contains duplicates
Annual Reports 1953-1954 Prison Association of New York 1953-1954 reports Library-bound book
Annual Reports 1955-1956 Prison Association of New York 1955-1956 reports Library-bound book
Annual Reports 1957-1959 Prison Association of New York 1957-1959 reports Library-bound book
Annual Reports 1957-1959 Prison Association of New York 1957-1959 reports Library-bound book duplicate copy
Annual Reports 1960-1961 Prison Association of New York 1960-1961 reports Library-bound book
Annual Reports 1960-1961 Prison Association of New York 1960-1961 reports Library-bound book duplicate copy
Annual Reports 1962-1964 Prison Association of New York 1962-1964 reports Library-bound book
Annual Reports 1965-1969 Prison Association of New York 1965-1969 reports Library-bound book
Anti-crime Strategies at a Time of Fiscal Constraint 1990 reports printed document
Assignment of Mortgage Miller, King, Lane & Trafford, Attorneys 1916 building typewritten document three pages
Attica 1982: An Analysis of Current Conditions in New York State Prisons 1982 reports printed document
Blueprints Kenneth Ricci, Architect 1970 building drawings five packets.
Blueprints Simon Thoresen & Associates, Architects 1983 building drawings plans to turn basement into offices
Bond-- The Prison Association of New York to The Corporation of the Brick Presbeyterian Church Eugene Smith, Attorney 1903 building handwritten document loan papers for building.
CA Brochure (blue, old) 2001 publications printed document
CA Brochure (green) unknown publications printed document
CA Newsletter Fall 2003 2003 publications printed document
CA Newsletter July 2000 2000 publications printed document
CA Newsletter Spring 2003 2003 publications printed document
CA Newsletter Summer 2001 2001 publications printed document
CA Newsletter Summer 2002 2002 publications printed document
CA Newsletter Summer 2004 2004 publications printed document
CA Newsletter Winter 2002 2002 publications printed document
CA website files 2001 publications Compact Disc
CA/Osborne Annual Report 1991-92 1992 publications printed document
CA/Osborne Newsletter April 1998 1998 publications printed document
CA/Osborne Newsletter July 1998 1998 publications printed document
CA/Osborne Newsletter July 1999 1999 publications printed document
CA/Osborne Newsletter May 1995 1995 publications printed document
certificate of name change and other documents misc 1961 CA administration typewritten documents and copies folder containing certificate of name change and pertaining documents. In labeled envelope.
Children's Lobby Day 2001 publications booklet Drawings and letters of children of incarcerated mothers, talking about the Rockefeller Drug Laws.
Coalition for Women Prisoners button: Demands Justice arcana button blue button says Coalition Demands Justice for Women Prisoners
Contract-- Cornelius B. Gold and Prison Association of New York Eugene Smith, Attorney 1887 building typewritten document contract re: purchase of building. Four pages. Light blue cover.
Do They Belong in Prison? The Impact of New York's Mandatory Sentencing Laws on the Administration of Justice 1985 reports printed document
Doing Idle Time: An Investigation of Inmate Idleness in New York's Prisons and Recommendations for Change 1984 reports printed document
Drop the Rock Button (red and black) 2001 arcana button red and black button says: Drob the Rock--Repeal the Rockefeller Drug Laws Tuesday March 27, 2001 Albany, NY
Employment and Incarceration in New York CA and Robert J. Milano Graduate School of Management and Urban Policy 1996 reports printed document
Executive Committee Meeting Minutes 1867-1878 Prison Association of New York 1867-1878 CA administration Library-bound book Handwritten documents, library bound.
Imprisoned Generation: Young Men under Criminal Justice Custody in New York State 1990 reports printed document
Justice 4 Youth Coalition brochure 2002 non-CA publications brochure
New York City Jail Crisis: Causes, Costs, and Solutions Diane Steelman 1984 reports printed document
Proofs from old newsletters misc publications printed document
Proposed Occupancy drawings Paul Segal Associates, Architects 1990 building drawings three pages
Rethinking Juvenile Justice in New York City 2002 reports printed document
Rikers Review Summer 2001 2001 publications printed document
State of New York No. 243 / Fourth Annual Report of the New York Prison Association Prison Association of New York 1849-1849 reports typed copy two pages
Stupid, Irrational and Barbarous: New York Judges Speak against the Rockefeller Drug Laws 2001 reports printed document
The Mentally Ill in New York's Prisons: Problems and Solutions 1987 reports printed document
The Prison Population Explosion in New York State: A Study of Its Causes and Consequences with Recommendations for Change 1982 reports printed document
The State of the Prisons in England and Wales John Howard 1777 non-CA reports book Old, typeset book. Includes pages 1-272. missing about 200 pages and back cover.
Toward a Crime Prevention Strategy: Using Savings from Jail Budget to Support Anti-crime Programs Diane Steelman 1985 reports printed document


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