M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives

ARCHIVES OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS AND POLICY

Finding Aid for the
CONSERVATIVE PARTY OF NEW YORK STATE

RECORDS, 1962-2004
(APAP-060)

Funding support for the initial processing of this collection and developing a finding aid provided by New York State Senator Serphin Maltese

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Finding Aid Compiled by
Cynthia A. Morrison and Geoffrey A. Huth
January 20, 1990







M. E. Grenander Department of Special Collections & Archives 
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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Administrative History

Scope and Content Note

Series Descriptions

Box and Folder List:


Conservative Party of New York State
Administrative History

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The Conservative Party of New York State, also commonly referred to as the New York State Conservative Party, was officially founded in 1962.  Efforts to form the party were initiated following the Republican loss of New York State in the 1960 Presidential Election.  In 1961 disaffected Republicans, led by New York City attorneys Kiernan O'Doherty and J. Daniel Mahoney, formed the organizing committee for the New York State Conservative Political Association, Inc., a membership corporation.  This association was established as a base upon which to build the Conservative Party, "a fourth party, to counter the influence of the New York Liberal Party." [1]  The Conservative Party's intent was to "exercise leverage upon the major political parties by endorsing and working for candidates from either party whose views paralleled its own, and running its own candidates where acceptable major party candidates were not put forth." [2]

State headquarters opened in April 1962 as the Conservative Party, Inc. which performed the operations of the party through 1962.  Due to provisions of the New York State Election Law, the party did not become an official political party until election day of that year.  Red-tape was bypassed by taking over and renaming the defunct Freedom Party, Inc.  Development of the party began with the creation of local party clubs which were viewed as the party's "main political resource." [3]  Interim county committees were formed, and by 1963 there was a county chairman for each of New York State's 62 counties.  It was not until 1964 that county committees were elected consisting of two to four members from each election district.

The party's Organizing Committee was redesignated in 1962 as the State Committee and a State Executive Committee was created.  The State Committee, like the county committees, was not duly elected until 1964.  It consisted of three members from each Congressional district meeting one to two times annually.  The State Committee acts as a general oversight body for the party.  The State Executive Committee, which meets on a regular basis, controls the implementation of policy.  Party officers include the State Chairman, State Vice Chairmen, Secretary and Treasurer.  In 1971 the position of Executive Director was instituted to handle many of the administrative details that could no longer be performed by the State Chairman alone.

Chairmen

Kiernan O'Doherty--1962
J. Daniel Mahoney--1962-86
Serphin Maltese--1986-[]
Michael R. Long--

Vice Chairmen

Charles Rice--1962-69
Kiernan O'Doherty--1969-86

Executive Director

Serphin Maltese--1971-[ ]


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1. Mahoney, J. Daniel, Actions Speak Louder (New York: Arlington House), p. 24.
2. Ibid., p. 23.
3. Ibid., p. 125.


Conservative Party of New York State
Scope & Content Note

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The records of the Conservative Party of New York State (hereafter referred to as CPNYS) include party news releases, bulletins, some State Committee and State Executive Committee meeting minutes, election material (such as authorizations and designating petitions of party candidates), party legislative programs, publications, and news clippings.  Information on CPNYS candidates is scattered between the Subject Files, which consist primarily of reference material, and the official election campaign documents of the Chairman's Subject Files.  The most complete campaign information is that for James L. Buckley's U.S. Senatorial Campaign of 1970.  Records related to that campaign are located in the Subject Files and Buckley Files.

The strength of this collection is in the documentation of the CPNYS's positions on social, political and economic issues.  The most substantive information is in the News Releases File.   Unfortunately that series contains no records for 1967, 1982, 1984 and 1985.  News releases for these missing years may be found in the Subject File.  The Position Papers also provide valuable information about the party's ideological stance on a limited range of topics (twenty-six).  The Legislative Programs in the Chairman's Subject Files provide extensive information on the political goals of the party and are complete except for a major gap from 1979 to 1985.  Among the printed materials in the Chairman's Subject Files are reprinted articles and mass mailings.  These documents provide an indication of the party's position on a variety of issues.

Although the records span the period from 1962 to 1988 the bulk of the records covers the 1970s and are primarily reference in nature.

An additional 6 cubic feet of records were deposited in August 2004, August 2006, October 2006, and November 2006, but are not yet described in this finding aid.

Related collections in the M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives can be found at the subject guides for the New York State Modern Political Archive and Public Servants and Politicians.


Conservative Party of New York State
Series Descriptions

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Series 1: Chairman's Correspondence File, 1963-66, 1972-74.  0.5 cubic feet Arranged chronologically.

This series contains both incoming and outgoing correspondence of J. Daniel Mahoney, Chairman of the Conservative Party of New York State.

Series 2: Chairman's Subject Files.  1962-88.  6.5 cubic feet. Arranged alphabetically and chronologically.

This series contains the working files of the Conservative Party Chairman.  It includes candidates' authorizations and designating petitions of Conservative Party candidates, election results canvasses, State Committee meeting and State Executive Committee meeting minutes, bulletins, legislative programs, legislative memoranda, committee lists and membership lists, reports, documentation relating to legal cases, party fund raising appeals, and some correspondence.  Also included are CPNYS petition instructions which contain a political calendar and list of county chairmen for each year (1968/69, 1971-74, 1976-78).  The files include documents created or received by the Executive Director of the CPNYS as well as the party's State Chairman.

Series 3: Executive Director's Day Files, 1973.  0.1 cubic feet. Arranged chronologically.

This series consists of outgoing correspondence and bulletins.  The bulk of the material was created by the Executive Director of the Conservative Party of New York State, but includes some correspondence of the State Chairman.

Series 4: News Releases, 1962-66, 1968-81, 1983, 1986.  0.5 cubic feet. Arranged chronologically.

This series contains news releases issued by the Conservative Party of New York State for all years since the party's inception with the exception of 1982, 1984 and 1985.  It contains information on Conservative Party candidates, New York State and New York City politicians, and social, political and economic issues.

Series 5: Publications, 1969-72, 1975, 1978, 1980, 1984, 1987. 0.5 cubic feet. Arranged alphabetically and chronologically.

This series contains primarily dinner journals for the annual dinners of the Conservative Party of New York State, a newsletter issued by the CPNYS, Congressional Alert (1976/77, 1979), and the party's Political Action Manual (1969).  The dinner journals contain lists of Conservative Party officials (state and county), sponsors, members and candidates.

Series 6: Position Papers, 1964-68, 1970-73, 1977.  0.25 cubic feet. Arranged alphabetically.

This series contains statements or papers issued by the Conservative Party of New York State or CPNYS candidates on various issues such as taxes, busing, pollution control, prison reform, etc.

Series 7: Subject Files, 1962-86.  15 cubic feet. Arranged alphabetically.

This series contains mass mailings from other conservative organizations, newspaper and magazine clippings, correspondence, and campaign literature.  It is primarily a reference file of information on social, political and economic issues (foreign, domestic, state, and New York City), political candidates and campaigns for NYS Assembly, Senate, and Congressional districts, and people in the news.  It also contains dinner journals of county committees, copies of election laws, and fund raising information.

Series 8: Clippings File, 1962-87.  12 cubic feet. Arranged alphabetically.

This series contains clippings from newspapers, magazines, etc. on social, political and economic issues (foreign, domestic, state, and city), candidates and campaigns, and people in the news.

Series 9: Queens County Files, 1967, 1970-80, 1982.  0.5 cubic feet. Arranged alphabetically.

This series contains the records of the Queens County Conservative Party retained with the CPNYS records because of the CPNYS Executive Director's concurrent position as Chairman of the Queens County Conservative Party.  It contains materials regarding the Queens County Conservative Party's annual dinners, dinner journals, bulletins, candidates, designating petitions, agendas, rules and regulations, and some correspondence.

Series 10: Buckley Files, 1963, 1965-80, 1982.  0.5 cubic feet. Arranged alphabetically and chronologically.

This series contains the records of James L. Buckley and William F. Buckley.  The records of James L. Buckley (1968-76) include campaign material, memoranda, newsletters, and news releases, regarding his US Senate campaign and tenure.  The records of William F. Buckley include clippings and correspondence (1963, 1965-70, 1974-80, 1982), and campaign materials and position papers for his 1965 New York City Mayoral campaign.

Series 11: Audiovisuals, 1993-2004 Arranged alphabetically by format.

This series includes radio and television interviews, programs, and advertising received from the Conservative Party in October 2006.


Conservative Party of New York State
Box and Folder List

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Series 1: Chairman's Correspondence

Box 1
Folder

1. Correspondence, 1963/64.
2. Correspondence, 1965/66.
3. Correspondence, Jan.--April 1972.
4. Correspondence, April--Sept. 1972.
5. Correspondence, Sept.--Dec. 1972.
6. Correspondence, Correspondence, Dec. 1972--Feb. 1973.
7. Correspondence, Feb.--April 1973.
8. Correspondence, May--Dec. 1973.
9. Correspondence, Jan.--May 1974.
10. Correspondence, Jan.--Dec. 1974.


Conservative Party of New York State
Box and Folder List

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Series 2: Chairman's Subject Files

Box 1

1.     Acceptances of Candidates--Designation for Public Office, 1965, 1968, 1970, 1974-77, 1979-80, 1984-86.
2.     Acceptance and Withdrawal of Candidates--Designation for Public Office, 1977.
3.     Annual Dinner--3rd, 1965.
4.     Annual Dinner--10th--Salute to Earl W. Brydges, 1972.
5.     Annual Dinner--11th--Salute to POWs, MIAs, KIAs, 1973.
6.     Annual Dinner--12th, 1974.
7.     Annual Dinner--13th, 1975.
8.     Annual Dinner--14th--Salute to Senator James Buckley, 1976.
9.     Annual Dinner--15th, 1977.
10.   Annual Dinner--16th, 1978.
11.   Annual Dinner--17th, 1979.
12.   Annual Dinner--18th--Leadership for the '80s, 1980.
13.   Annual Dinners--Speeches & Dais Lists, 1964-71.
14.   Annual Dinners, 1974-76.
15.   Assemblymen with Conservative Party Endorsement, 1975-76.
16.   Authorizations, Nominations, Acceptances of Candidates, 1972.
17.   Authorizations, Nominations, Acceptances of Candidates, 1973.
18.   Authorizations of Candidates, 1966-69.
19.   Authorizations of Candidates--Problems, 1968.
20.   Authorizations of Candidates, 1969.
21.   Authorizations of Candidates, 1970.
22.   Authorizations of Candidates--Folder 1, 1974.
23.   Authorizations of Candidates--Folder 2, 1974.
24.   Authorizations of Candidates, 1976.
25.   Authorizations of Candidates--Assembly, 1976.
26.   Authorizations of Candidates--Upstate Counties, 1977.
27.   Authorizations of Candidates--Folder 1, 1978.
28.   Authorizations of Candidates--Folder 2, 1978.
29.   Authorizations of Candidates--Folder 3, 1978.
30.   Authorizations of Candidates--Folder 4, 1978.
31.   Authorizations of Candidates--Judiciary, 1978.
32.   Authorizations of Candidates, 1979.
33.   Authorizations of Candidates, 1979.
34.   Authorizations of Candidates--Otsego County, 1979.

Box 2
Folder

1     Authorizations of Candidates--Senate, 1979.
2.    Authorizations of Candidates, 1980.
3.    Authorizations of Candidates--Problems, 1980.
4.    Authorizations of Candidates, 1981.
5.    Authorizations of Candidates, 1982.
6.    Authorizations of Candidates, 1982.
7.    Authorizations of Candidates, 1984.
8.    Authorizations of Candidates, 1986.
9.    Authorizations of Candidates, Requests, 1978.
10.  Authorizations of Candidates, Requests, 1980.
11.  Authorizations of Candidates, Requests, 1985.
12.  Authorizations of Candidates, Requests, 1987.
13.  Bulletins, 1962.
14.  Bulletins, circa 1963.
15.  Bulletins, 1967.
16.  Bulletins, 1971.
17.  Bulletins, 1974.
18.  Bulletins, 1975.
19.  Bulletins, Jan.--Apr. 1976.
20.  Bulletins, Apr.--Dec. 1976.
21.  Bulletins, 1977.
22.  Bulletins, 1978.
23.  Bulletins, 1979.
24.  Bulletins, 1980.
25.  Bulletins, 1981.
26.  Bulletins, 1985.
27.  Bulletins, 1986.
28.  Candidates, 1964.
 (Contain lists of Conservative Party candidates)
29. Candidates, 1965.
30. Candidates, 1966.
31. Candidates, 1968.
32. Candidates, 1969.
33. Candidates, 1970.
34. Candidates, 1971.
35. Candidates, 1972.
36. Candidates, 1973.
37. Candidates--N.Y. County, 1981/82.
38. Congress--Members Endorsed by CONSERVATIVE PARTY, 1974.
39. Congressmen--With Conservative Endorsement, Elected  November, 1974.
40. Conservative County Committee, 1980.
41. County, Albany, 1976. (County files contain clippings, correspondence and other material on Conservative Party county committees and candidates)
42. County, Allegheny, 1977.
43. County, Broome, 1976/77, 1980.
44. County, Bronx, 1977.
45. County, Cattaraugus, 1966.
46. County, Cayuga, 1965, 1978, 1984, 1986.
47. County, Chautauqua, 1978.
48. County, Clinton, 1977.
49. County, Cortland, 1977.
50. County, Delaware, 1978, 1986.
51. County, Dutchess, 1978.
52. County, Erie, 1978, 1984.
53. County, Franklin, 1977, 1985.
54. County, Fulton, 1977.
55. County, Herkimer, 1985.
56. County, Jefferson, 1977.
57. County, Kings, 1977.
58. County, Lewis, 1977.
59. County, Madison, 1977.
60. County, Monroe, 1984.
61. County, Nassau, 1974, 1976, 1980/81, 1983.
62. County, Oneida, 1977, 1982.
63. County, Onondaga, 1977/78, 1980-83, 1986.
64. County, Ontario, 1974, 1978.
65. County, Otsego, 1985.
66. County, Oswego, 1977, 1982.
67. County, Putnam, 1979.
68. County, Queens, 1977-79.
69. County, Rensselaer, 1977.
70. County, Richmond, 1976.
71. County, Rockland, 1978.
72. County, St. Lawrence, 1977.
73. County, Saratoga, 1976.
74. County, Schenectady, 1978.
75. County, Schoharie, 1977, 1985/86.
76. County, Schuyler, 1974, 1977.
77. County, Seneca, 1977.
78. County, Suffolk, 1978, 1980, 1984.
79. County, Sullivan, 1977, 1983/84.
80. County, Warren, 1969.
81. County, Washington, 1977.
82.  County, Wayne, 1977.
83. County, Westchester, 1983/84.
84. County, Wyoming, 1978.
85. County, Yates, 1975.
86. County Committees, Organization of, 1968/69.
87. County Officers Count, 1966, 1970, 1974-80.
88. Declination of Candidates of Nomination to Public Office, 1974, 1982.
89. Designation, Certificates of, 1974.
90. Designation, Certificate of, 1976.
91. Designation, Certificate of, 1986.
92. Dinner--Victory Dinner to Honor Senator James L.  Buckley, 1971.
93. Dinners--General, 1963, 1968-71.
94. Dinner Journals--(Includes financial information),    1967/68.

Box 3
Folder

1. Election Analysis--Nassau County, 1978.
2. Election Calendar, 1979.
3. Election--Judges, [  ].
4. Election--Queens County Candidates, 1973.
5. Election--Special, 1973.
6. Election Results, 1962.
7. Election Results, 1969.
8. Election Results--NYC Mayor, 1969.
9. Election Results, 1970.
10. Election Results, 1971.
11. Election Results, 1972.
12. Election Results, 1973.
13. Election Results--Primary, 1973.
14. Election Results--Governor (By Assembly District),  Folder 1, 1974.
15. Election Results--Governor (By Assembly District),  Folder 2, 1974.
16. Election Results--Governor (Queens County), 1974.
17. Election Results, 1974.
18. Election Results, 1975.
19. Election Results, 1976
20. Election Results--New York State, 1977.
21. Election Results, 1978.
22. Election Results--By Assembly & Senate Districts, 1978.
23. Election Results--By Counties, Folder 1, 1978.
24. Election Results--By Counties, Folder 2, 1978.
25. Election Results--New York State, 1978.
26. Election Results--Primary, 1978.
27. Election Results, 1979.
28. Election Results, By County, 1979.
29. Election Results, Judge of the Civil Court, 4th Municipal District, 1979.
30. Election Results--Queens County, 1979.
31. Election Results--Yates County, 1979.
32. Election Results, 1980.
33. Election Results--By Assembly District, circa1980.
34. Election Results--Primary, 1980.
35. Elections--Marginal Districts, 1962, 1964, 1970.
36. Elections--Poll Watchers, 1962/63.
37. Elections--Local Races, 1964.
38. Elections--Qualification of Minor & New Parties for Place on the Ballot, 1964.
39. Elections--General, 1965.
40. Elections--New York City, 1965.
41. Elections--Registration, 1965.
42. Elections--17th Congressional District, 1965.
43. Elections--State, 1965.
44. Elections--Voting Machines, 1964/65.
45. Elections--Congressional, 1966.
46. Elections--Upstate, 1966.
47. Elections, 1967.
48. Elections--Judicial, 1973.
49. Elections--Queens County, 1974.
50. Elections--Canvass of Votes, Suffolk County, 1977.
51. Elections, 1979.

Box 4
Folder

1. Elections--Canvasses of Votes (County/Towns), Folder 1, 1979.
2. Elections--Canvasses of Votes (County/Towns), Folder 2, 1979
3. Elections--Canvasses of Votes (County/Towns), Folder 3, 1979.
4. Endorsement of Candidates, Requests, 1980, 1985.
5. Enrollment by Counties, 1963-82
6. Enrollment--General, 1962-65.
7. Enrollment in the Conservative Party, 1963-72.
8. Enrollment--U.S. Senate Vote, 1970.
9. Farber, Barry--Validation of Designating Petition, 1977.
10. Friends of the Conservative Party, 1979-82, 1986.
11. Friends Reception for Gov. Reagan, 1 Jan. 1980, 1979/80.
12.  Fund Appeal--Folder 1, 1963-67, 1972-76, 1980.
13. Fund Appeal--Folder 2, 1963-67, 1972-76, 1980.
14. Fund Appeal--Folder 3, 1964, 1966, 1974, 1975,  1979, 1982.
15. Fund Raisers, 1971(?), 1972, 1974, 1979, 1981.
16. Fund Raising, 1972-75.
17. Fund Raising, 1981/82.
18. Fund Raising, 1985/86.
19. Fund Raising--Annual Dinners, 1965/66, 1968, 1970, 1975/76.
20. Huntington Conservative Party Club, 1979.
21. Judicial District Convention, 1971.
22. Judicial District Convention, 1972.
23. Judicial District Convention, 1973.
24. Judicial District Convention, 1974.
25. Judicial District Convention, 1975.
26. Judicial District Convention, 1979.
27. Judicial District Conventions, 1982/83, 1986.
28. Keating, Barbara--Montages, 1974.
29. Lease--Termination, 1979.
30. Legal Cases, 1967/68.
31. Legal Cases--Abraham Hirschfield, 1976.
32. Legal Cases--Federal Election Commission Order  re: CPNYS State Committee/1984 Victory Fund, 1985.

Box 5
Folder

1. Legal Cases--Invalid Petitions, 1967/68, 1970.
2. Legal Cases--Islip Town Conservative Committee, 1979.
3. Legal Cases--Order to Show Cause, 1964.
4. Legal Cases--Ottinger vs. Lomenzo, Mahoney, et.al., 1970.
5.  Legal Cases--Frederick P. Roland, 1968.
6. Legal Cases--Scalone v. Thaler, 1972.
7. Legal Cases--Specification Against Validity of Candidate's Acceptance, 1976.
8. Legislative Alert, 1976.
9. Legislative Alert,, 1977.
10. Legislative Memorandum, 1969.
11. Legislative Memorandum, 1971.
12. Legislative Memorandum, 1973.
13. Legislative Memorandum, 1974.
14. Legislative Memorandum, 1975.
15. Legislative Memorandum, 1976.
16. Legislative Memorandum, 1977.
17. Legislative Memorandum, 1978.
18. Legislative Memorandum, 1979.
19. Legislative Memorandum, 1980.
20. Legislative Memorandum, 1985.
21. Legislative Memorandum, 1986.
22. Legislative Program, 1963.
23. Legislative Program, 1964.
24. Legislative Program, 1965.
25. Legislative Program, 1966.
26. Legislative Program, 1967.
27. Legislative Program, 1968.
28. Legislative Program, 1969.
29. Legislative Program, 1970.
30. Legislative Program, 1971.
31. Legislative Program, 1972.
32. Legislative Program, 1973.
33. Legislative Program, 1974.
34. Legislative Program, 1975.
35. Legislative Program, 1976.
36. Legislative Program, 1977.
37. Legislative Program, 1978.
38. Legislative Program, 1986.
39. Legislative Program (CPNYS Silver Anniversary Year), 1987.
40. Legislative Program, 1988.
41. Legislative Reception and Political Action Conference, 1975-78.
42. Letters to the Editor, 1964.
43. Letters to the Editor, 1965-67.
44. Mailings to State Executive Committee, County Chairman and Key Advisers, 1981.
45. Membership, Sustaining--Conservative Party, 1980.
46. National Affairs Conference, 1983.
47. News Clipping Montages, 1965.
48. News Clipping Montages, 1966.
49. News Clipping Montages, 1975/76.
50. Nomination of Candidates, 1966.
51. Nomination of Candidates, 1985.
52. Officers & Executive Committees (5 counties)--Lists--1978/79.
53.  Party Bylaws: Proposed Amendments, [  ]
54. "Party Call"--March 1968.
55. "Party Call": Kings County--March 1968.
56. "Party Call"--March 1969.
57. "Party Call"--March 1970.
58. "Party Call"--March 1971.
59. "Party Call"--April 1972.
60. "Party Call"--March 1973.
61. "Party Call"--June 1974.
62. "Party Call"--June 1975.
63. "Party Call"--January 1976.
64. "Party Call"--June 1976.
65.  "Party Call": Queens County--June 1976.
66. "Party Call"--June 1977.
67. "Party Call"--June 1978.
68. "Party Call"--June 1979.
69. "Party Call"--1980.
70. "Party Call": Cayuga County--May 1980.
71. "Party Call": Putnam County--June 1980.
72. "Party Call"--1986.
73. Party Enrollment, 1980.
74. Party Enrollment--Queens, 1980/81.
75. Party Enrollment, 1985.
76. Party Poll Results, 1971.
77. Petition Instructions--Folder 1, 1964-67.
78. Petition Instructions--Folder 2, 1968-72.
79. Petition Instructions--Folder 3, 1973/74, 1976-80.
80. Petition Memorandum, 1986.
81. Petitions Committee--Manhattan, 1985.
82. Petitions, Designating, 1978.
83. Petitions, Designating--Bronx, 1980/81.
84. Petitions, Designating--Kings & Queens Counties--Folder 1, 1965, 1968, 1970-74.
85. Petitions, Designating--Kings & Queens Counties, Folder 2, 1975-80, 1985.

Box 6
Folder

1. Petitions, Designating--Nassau County, 1980.
2. Petitions, Designating--New York City, 1977, 1981, 1984/85.
3. Petitions, Designating--New York County, 1980.
4. Petitions, Designating--Primary, 1984.
5. Petitions, Designating--Suffolk County, 1979.
6. Petitions, Designating--Upstate Counties, 1977, 1982, 1984/85.
7. Petitions, Designating--Validate, 1978.
8. Petitions--Issues, 1966, 1979/80, 1984, 1986.
9. Petitions--List Filed for Primary, 1980.
10. Petitions--Removal of Judge Wright, 1979.
11. Petitions--Smoler Petition, Alleged Forgeries on,[ ]
12. Police Memorial Day, 1971-77.
13. Police Action Conference, CPNYS, 1979/80.
14. Police Action Conference, CPNYS, 1980.
15. Police Action Conference, CPNYS, 1985.
16. Political Calendar, 1982.
17. Poster--Anti-Welfare State, [1980].
18. Printed Materials (Various Issues), 1975.
19. Printed Materials (Various Issues), 1977.
20. Printed Materials (Various Issues), 1978.
21. Printed Materials (Various Issues), 1980.
22. Printed Materials--Queens County CP (Various Issues), 1975-78.
23. Report to Sustaining Members, 1978.
24. Requests for State Executive Committee Authorization, 1976.
25. Rules & Regulations--County Committees, 196( ),197( ).
26. Rules & Regulations--CPNYS, 1964.
27. Rules & Regulations--CPNYS, 1976.
28. Rules & Regulations--Proposed Changes, 1978.
28a. Rules & Regulations, 1988.
29. State Committee (CPNYS), 1962.
30. State Committee--Calculations of % of Votes for Governor, 1978.
31. State Committee--County Chairmen Not State Committeemen, [ ].
32. State Committee--Election of Members, 12 Sept. 1978.
33. State Committee--Election of Officers, 24 April 1976.
34. State Committee--Election of Officers, 23 Sept. 1978.
35. State Committee--Election of Officers, 20 Sept. 1986.
36. State Committee List, 1980-82.
37. State Committee Mailing, 1978.
38. State Committee Officers List, 1983.
39. State Committee--1980 Senate Race Endorsement.
40. State Committee--Rules & Regulations, 1978.
41. State Committee--Voting, 1966, 1974.
42. State Committee Meeting, 7 Sept. 1967.
43. State Committee Meetings, 1968.
44. State Committee Meeting, 4 Sept. 1969.
45. State Committee Meeting, 7 April 1970.
46. State Committee Meeting, 4 June 1971.
47. State Committee Meeting, 4 April 1972.
48. State Committee Meeting, 1 July 1972.
49. State Committee Meetings, 1972.
50. State Committee Meeting, 12 March 1973.
51. State Committee Meeting, 15 June 1974.
52. State Committee Meeting, 21 Sept. 1974--Folder 1.
53. State Committee Meeting, 21 Sept. 1974--Folder 2.
54. State Committee Meeting, 21 April 1976.
55. State Committee Meeting, 12 June 1976.
56. State Committee Meeting, 18 Sept. 1976.
57. State Committee Meeting, 23 Sept. 1978.
58. State Committee Meeting, 14 June 1980.

Box 7
Folder

1. State Committees--CPNYS & Republican, 1982.
2. State Executive Committee--Committee on Conservative Alternatives, 1975.
3. State Executive Committee Meeting--11 Aug. 1977.
4. State Executive Committee Meetings, 1977/78.
5. State Executive Committee Meetings, 1980-82.
7. State Executive Committee Meeting, 20 July 1982.
8. State Executive Committee--Membership, circa 1981.
9. State Executive Committee--Miscellaneous, 1962-66, 1971-75, 1978, 1980-83, 1986, 1988.
10. State Executive Committee--Montages, 1981.
11. State Executive Committee--Proposed Amendments to Rules and Election of Officers, 1980, 1982.
12. State Executive Committee--Statewide Officers, 1963/64, 1966/67.
13. State Convention, 14 June 1964.
14. State Convention, 1965.
15. State Convention, 1966.
16. State Convention, 1982.
17. State Convention, 1986.
18. Testimonial Dinner Committee--Honoring J. Daniel Mahoney, circa 1982.


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Series 3: Executive Director's Day Files

Box 1
Folder

1. Day File, Jan.- April 1973.
2. Day File, May--Dec. 1973.


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Series 4: News Releases

Box 1
Folder

1. News Releases, June--Oct. 1962.
2. News Releases, Oct.--Dec. 1962.
3. News Releases, 1963.
4. News Releases, 1964.
5. News Releases, 1965.
6. News Releases, 1966.
7. News Releases, 1968.
8. News Releases, 1970.
9. News Releases, Jan.--July 1971.
10. News Releases, July--Dec. 1971.
11. News Releases, 1972.
12. News Releases, Jan.--Oct. 1973.
13. News Releases, Oct.--Dec. 1973.
14. News Releases, 1974.
15. News Releases, 1975.
16. News Releases, 1976.
17. News Releases, 1977.
18. News Releases, 1978.
19. News Releases, 1979.
20. News Releases, 1980.
21. News Releases, 1981.
22. News Releases, 1983.
23. News Releases, 1986.


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Series 5: Publications

Box 1
Folder

1. Address by Paul L. Adams at the Annual Dinner of the New York County Committee, New York State Conservative Party, 22 Feb. 1972.
2. Conservative Party Congressional Alert, 1976/77.
3. Conservative Party Congressional Alert, 1979.
4. Dinner Journal--13th Anniversary--A Salute to Ronald Reagan--1975.
5. Dinner Journal--15th Anniversary--1977.
6. Dinner Journal--16th Anniversary--1978.
7. Dinner Journal--18th Anniversary--1980.
8. Dinner Journal--1981.
9. Dinner Journal--20th Anniversary--1982.
10. Dinner Journal--21st Anniversary--1983.
11. Dinner Journal and Yearbook--1984.
12. Dinner Journal--25th Anniversary--1987.
13. Political Action Manual--Folder 1--1969.
14. Political Action Manual--Folder 2--1969.


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Series 6: Position Papers.

Box 1
Folder

1. Campus Disorders--by James L. Buckley, [1970].
2. Capital Punishment, 1973.
3. Community Development Amendment (no.1), 1971.
4. Conservation--by James L. Buckley, 1970.
5. Crisis in the Schools--Buckley (William) for Mayor HQ.--[1965].
6. Deliberate Tax Gap in Rockefeller Budget--by Paul L. Adams, 1970.
7. Education, 1970.
8. Environmental Quality Bond Issue, 1972.
9. Fiscal Chaos--Price of Mismanagement--Buckley for Mayor HQ.--1965.
10. Narcotics, 1964, [  ].
11. Neighborhood Schools (Busing), [1964].
12. New Business Tax--Buckley for Mayor HQ.--1965.
13. Penal Codes--by Mason Hampton--1967.
14. Pollution Control, [1967].
15. Prison Reform & Penal Reform, 1972.
16. Public Education, 1964.
17. School Prayer, 196[].
18. $750 Million Economic Action Program Bond Issue, 1977.
19. Sewer Indebtedness--Amendment no. 2--1971.
20. State Aid to Education, [1968].
21. State Constitution, [  ].
22. State Finances, 1966.
23. State Finances, 1970.
24. State Taxes & Spending, 1964.
25. Transportation Bond Referendum, 1971.
26. Urban Development Corporation, [  ].


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Series 7: Subject Files

Box 1
Folder

1. Abortion--Robin Bergstrom Candidacy, 1986.
2. Abrams, Robert, 1975.
3. Abzug, Bella, 1973, 1975-77.
4. Accuracy in Media--Folder 1, 1972, 1976-80.
5. Accuracy in Media--Folder 2, 1972, 1976-80.
6. A.C.L.U., 1973-75, 1978-80, 1982.
7. Acquardo, Martin A., 1974.
8. Actions Speak Louder: The Story of the New York Conservative Party, 1968.
9. Adamo, Joseph, 1975.
10. Adams, Paul L., 1966-68, 1970, 1972, 1975/76.
11. Adams, Paul L.--Campaign Material--Folder 1, 1970.
12. Adams, Paul L.--Campaign Material--Folder 2, 1970.
13. Adams, Paul L.--Replies to Questionnaires, 1970.
14. Adirondack Park, 1973, 1975, 1977.
15. Affirmative Action, 1976, 1979, 1981.
16. Afghanistan, Friends of, 1985.
17. Africa, 1976, 1978/79.
18. Agency Shops--Folder 1, 1977-81.
19. Agency Shops--Folder 2, 1977-81.
20. Agriculture, 1977.
21. Aid to North Vietnam, 1973.
22. A.I.D.S., 1985.
23. Airline Deregulation, 1977/78.
24. Ajello, Michael, 1986.
25. Alabama, 1974, 1976/77.
26. Albany Report, 1974/75.
27. Albert, Don, [  ]
28. Alcoholism, 1979.
29. Alexander Hamilton Conservative Club, 1968, 1980.
30. Alexander, Lee, circa 1975.
31. Aliens, 1973, 1975, 1977, 1979.
32. Alleghany County, 1970-78.
33. Alliance for Children, 1975.
34. Amendments--State, 1969.
35. Amendments--State, 1973.
36. Alternative, 1975-77.
37. America First Committee, 1975.
38. American Academy of Political and Social Science, circa 1975.
39. American Airlines, 1978.
40. American Cause, circa 1975.
41. American Challenge, 1975.
42. American Conservative Union--Folder 1, 1964, 1967/68, 1976-78.
43. American Conservative Union--Folder 2, 1964, 1967/68, 1976-78.
44. American Conservative Union--Folder 3, 1966, 1968, 1971-79.
45. American Conservative Union--Folder 4, 1966, 1968, 1971-79.
46. American Conservative Union--Folder 5, 1979, 1982.
47. American Council for Free Asia, [  ].
48. American Council for World Freedom, 1975-78.
49. American Economic Foundation, [  ].
50. American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research, 1976/77.
51. American Fair Play Institute, Inc., 1975, 1980.
52. American Friends of Anti-Bolshevik Bloc of Nations, Inc., 1979.
53. American Heritage Crusade, circa 1975.
54. American Independent Party, 1976.
55. American Legislative Exchange Council, 1976-78.
56. American Legislative Exchange Council--Program for State Senators, 1980.
57. American Medical Association, 1962, 1964.
58. American Party, 1972, 1974-76.

Box 2
Folder

1. American Perspectives, 1981.
2. American Political Items Collectors, 1975.
3. American Political Report, 1973/74, 1976/77.
4. American-Romanian Relations Committee, 1983.
5.  American Security Council, 1963-67, 1971-76.
6. American Speakers Bureau, circa 1970.
7. Americans Against Union Control of Government, 1975.
8. Americans for a Safe Israel, 1985.
9. Americans for Constitutional Action--Folder 1-- 1961-66, 1971-77.
10. Americans for Constitutional Action--Folder 2-  1961-66, 1971-77.
11. Americans for Constitutional Action--Folder 3-- 1961-66, 1971-77.
12. Americans for Democratic Action, 1962-66, 1971-77.
13. Americans for Effective Law Enforcement--Folder 1-- 1972-76.
14. Americans for Effective Law Enforcement--Folder 2-- 1972-76.
15. Americans for Responsibility and Patriotism, 1973/74.
16. Amnesty for Draft Evaders, 1977.
17. Amnesty International, USA, 1976.
18. Anderson, Con. John, 1978, 1980.
19. Anderson, Thomas J., circa 1975.
20. Arabs, 1975.
21. Arizona, 1973-75.
22. Arizona Republican Party, 1972.
23. Arkansas, 1975/76.
24. Armstrong, Garner Ted, 1977.
25. Arson, 1977-79.
26. Ashbrook, John M., II, 1970-72.
27. Ashbrook, John M.--Presidential Campaign--News Releases, 1971/72.
28. Ashbrook, John M., 1971/72, 1976.
29. Asia, 1975.
30. Assassination, 1975/76.
31. Assembly--New York State, 1972-79.
32. Assembly--New York State, 1980/81.
33. Assembly District--3rd--1981.
34. Assembly District--6th--1972, 1980.
35. Assembly District--8th--1981.
36. Assembly District--12th--1976, 1978.
37. Assembly District--13th--1972/73, 1977, 1980/81.
38. Assembly District--14th--1972.
39. Assembly District--15th--1972, 1978.
40. Assembly District--17th--1968, 1972, 1978.
41. Assembly District--18th--1972, 1979.
42. Assembly District--22nd--1975/76, 1978/79, 1981.
43. Assembly District--23rd--1971/72, 1975-77, 1979/1980.
44. Assembly District--24th--1974, 1976, 1978.
45. Assembly District--25th--Folder 1, 1972/73, 1976-83.
46. Assembly District--25th--Folder 2, 1972/73, 1976-81, 1983.
47. Assembly District--25th--Primary, 1978.
48. Assembly District--26th--1976, 1980, 1982.
49. Assembly District--28th--1972, 1976-79.
50. Assembly District--29th--1977, 1979-80.
51. Assembly District--30th--1974, 1976, 1978, 1980.
52. Assembly District--31st--1975/76, 1979.
53. Assembly District--33rd--1974-76.
54. Assembly District--37th--Folder 1--1972, 1975-76, 1982.
55. Assembly District--37th--Folder 2--1980.
56. Assembly District--48th--1979.
57. Assembly District--49th--1974, 1977, 1980.
58. Assembly District--51st--1982.
59. Assembly District--60th--1976.
60. Assembly District--61st--1976.

Box 3
Folder

1. Assembly District--62nd--1976-1979.
2. Assembly District--65th--1972, 1975, 1978.
3. Assembly District--66th--1972, 1976.
4. Assembly District--81st--1977.
5. Assembly District--87th--1979.
6. Assembly District--88th--1978.
7. Assembly District--90th--1984.
8. Assembly District--91st--1979, 1982.
9. Assembly District--92nd--1974, 1976.
10. Assembly District--94th--1972. 1975, 1982.
11. Assembly District--96th--1980, 1982.
12. Assembly District--97th--1976, 1978.
13. Assembly District--98th--1977, 1982.
14. Assembly District--99th--1980.
15. Assembly District--100th--1972, 1982.
16. Assembly District--102nd--1976, 1982.
17. Assembly District--103rd--1980, 1982.
18. Assembly District--105th--1977, 1982/83.
19. Assembly District--106th--1976-78.
20. Assembly District--107th--1974.
21. Assembly District--109th--1980, 1982.
22. Assembly District--110th--1977/78, 1982.
23. Assembly District--111th--1982.
24. Assembly District--112th--1974, 1982.
25. Assembly District--113th--1982.
26. Assembly District--114th--1976, 1982.
27. Assembly District--115th--1976.
28. Assembly District--117th--1974.
29. Assembly District--119th--1968, 1975, 1978.
30. Assembly District--121st--1968, 1976.
31. Assembly District--123rd--1975, 1982.
32. Assembly District--125th--1976.
33. Assembly District--126th--1971, 1978, 1980.
34. Assembly District--127th--1980/81.
35. Assembly District--128th--1974.
36. Assembly District--129th--1980.
37. Assembly District--130th--1974.
38. Assembly District--132nd--1974, 1976, 1978.
39. Assembly District--137th--1973.
40. Assembly District--139th--1968, 1972.
41. Assembly District--141st--1974, 1979.
42. Assembly District--148th--1974, 1979.
43. Assembly District--149th--1968, 1976, 1980.
44. Assembly District--150th--1968, 1974.
45. Associated Committee Towards a Better New York, 1974.
46. Associated Industries of New York, Inc., 1967, 1975.
47. Association of New York State Young Republican Clubs, Inc., 1976.
48. Atanasio, Paul, 1980.
49. Atlantic Union, 1971, 1973, 1975/76.
50. Attica, 1974.
51. Attorney General--Race--NYS--1978.
52. Attorney General, US, 1978.
53. Attorneys, 1971, 1979-81.
54. Attorneys, Committee of, 1970, 1972/73, 1978.
55. Australia, 1975/76.
56. Aviation Noises, 1976.
57. B-1 Bomber, 1976-78.
58. Baker, Howard, 1979/80.
59. Bakke Case--Reverse Discrimination, 1979.
60. Ballot, 1974.
61. Ballot for Absentee Voters--Queens County--1980.
62. Balogh, Sandor, 1978.
63. Bang-Jensen, Lisa, 1980.
64. Banks, 1975.
65. Banks, 1980.
66. Banowsky, William S., 1975.
67. Barbaro, Frank, circa 1980.
68. Baron Report, 1978.
69. Barrett, Smith, Schapiro, Simon & Armstrong, 1977.
70. Battista, Vito, 1963, 1966, 1969-74.
71. Battleline, 1971/72.
72. Battleline, 1973, 1976-79.
73. Bauernfeind, Sondra--Science Teacher of the Year, 1981.
74. Beame, Abraham, 1973/74, 1977.
75. Beavers, Drawings of, for Erie County CP, 1973/74.
76.  Bell, Jeff, 1978, 1980.
77. Beneficial National Life Insurance Company, 1979.
78. Bequests to the Conservative Party, 1964.
79. Better Business Bureau, 1974.
80. Biaggi, Mario, 1967, 1971-75, 1978.
81. Biaggi, Mario, 1971, 1973.
82. Biaggi, Mario, 1973, 1981.
83. Biaggi, Mario--Losing Support of the Conservative Party, 1973.
84. Bilingual Education, 1974.
85. Biographies, 1976, 1978, 1980.
86. Blackout, 1977.
87. Blacks, 1968, 1970/71, 1975, 1979-81.
88. Blue Laws, 1978.
89. Blumenthal, Albert, 1973.
90. Board of Regents, 1973-75.
91. Boards of Election, 1982/83.
92. Boelger, George, 1974.
93. Bond Issue, 1974, 1979.
94. Bond Issue, 1977, 1981, 1983.
95. Bonded Independent Party, 1980.
96. Bottle Bill, 1981.
97. Braden, Spruille, 1972, 1977/78.
98. Brandeis Association, Inc., 1976.
99. Breitel, Charles D., 1973.
100. Bridge Tolls, 1976/77.
101. Bridges, 1977.
102. Broadcast Editorials--Requests for Printed Copies, 1967, 1971, 1973/74.
103. Brochure--CPNYS, [  ].
104. Bronx County, [  ].
105. Brooke, Ed, 1978.
106. Broome County, 1980/81.
107. Brown, Abbie Grace, 1975/76, 1979.
108. Buchanan, Patrick J. 1977.]
109. Buckley, James L., 1968, 1971, 1974.
110. Buckley, James L.--US Senate Campaign--Folder 1--1/25/68--9/18/68.

Box 4
Folder

1. Buckley, James L.--US Senate Campaign--Folder 2--9/12/68--10/15/68.
2. Buckley, James L.--US Senate Campaign--Folder 3--10/15/68--12/10/68.
3. Buckley, James L.--US Senate Campaign--Folder 1--1970.
4. Buckley, James L.--US Senate Campaign--Folder 2--1970.
5. Buckley, James L.--US Senate Campaign--Folder 3--1970.
6. Buckley, James--Victory Dinner, 1971.
7. Buckley, et.al. vs. Valeo, et.al., 1975.
8. Buckley, John, 1972.
9. Budget, Federal, 198[], 1981.
10. Budget, Federal--Editorial--1982.
11. Budget, New York State, 1971/72.
12. Budget, NYS, 1972.
13. Budget, NYS, 1973.
14. Budget, NYS, 1988.
15. Budget Bill, NYS, 1985.
16. Bureaucracy, 1975, 1977-79.
17. Burke, Adrian P., 1968.
18. Bush, George, 1980, 1982.
19. Bush, George, 1986.
20. Busing, 1971/72, 1980, 1986.
21. Busing--Legal Cases--1975.
22. Byrne, Robert J., 1974.
23. Cable Television, 1980.
24. Calandra, Sen. John D., 1975/76, 1980, 1983.
25. California, 1974/75.
26. Cambodia, 1979.
27. Camisa, David A., [1986].
28. Campaign Financing for Federal Elections, 1975, 1980.
29. Campaign Law--Federal--1974.
30. Campaign Law--Federal--1975/76, 1979/80.
31. Campaign Literature--Samples, circa 1979-82.
32. Campaign Manual, circa 1964.
33. Campaign Material--Media Strategy--1980.
34. Campaign Materials, 1976/77, 1980.
35. Campaign Practices--Fairness--1968, 1974.
36. Campaign Practices, 1975/76.
37. Campaigning Reports, 1979.
38. Campus Studies Institute, 1971.
39. Canada, 1980/81.
40. Capell, Frank, 1965.
41. Caplan, David I., 1978.
42. Captain James Smith Memorial Foundation, 1986.
43. Captive Nations, 1973-80.
44. Caputo, Bruce--Campaign--1978.
45. Caputo, Bruce, 1980-82.
46. Cardinal Mindszenty Foundation, 197[].
47. Carey-Haley-Blair Fund Transfer, 1975.
48. Carman, Greg, 1980, 1982.
49. Carney, William, 1979/80, 1982/83.
50. Carter, Jimmy, 1979/80.
51. Catholic Freedom Foundation--Anti-Communism, 1962.
52. Catholic Medical Center of Brooklyn & Queens, 1976.
53. Catholic School Administrators Association of New York State--Equitable Distribution of Lottery Funds, 1976.
54. Catholics United for the Faith--Sex Education, circa 1971.
55. Catskill Regional Commission, [  ].
56. CAUSA International, 1986.
57. Cavalry Newsletter, 1980.
58. Central America, 1979-81, 1983-85, 1987.
59. Central America & US Security, 1986.
60. Charles Edison Memorial Youth Fund, 1976.
61. Charter Review, 1987.
62. Chautaugua County, 1981/82.
63. Chemung County, 1981.
64. Chilcotti, Dick, circa 1975.
65. Child Abuse, 1973, 1976-78.
66. Child and Family Services Act, 1975/76.
67. Child Care, 1970/71, 1988.   68. Chile, 1977-80.
69. China, 1971, 1979.
70. China--Taiwan--Revocation of Mutual Defense Treaty, 1979.
71. China--Taiwan--1980.
72. Church League of America, 1969.
73. Citizen Lobby (NYPIRG), 1976.
74. Citizens Against Sacrilege in the Media, Inc., 1975.
75. Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms, 1974.
76. Citizens for Educational Freedom--Operation Tax Credit, 1964, 1976.
77. Citizens for Responsible Government, 1969, 197[4].
78. Citizens for the Republic, 1977/78, 1986.
79. Citizens Foreign Aid Committee, 1965-67.
80. Citizens Legal Defense Fund for the FBI, 1977, 1979.
81. Citizens Public Expenditure Survey, 1962, 1975-79, 1981-83.
82. Citizens Tax Council, 1967.
83. City Almanac, 1974-76.
84. City Club of New York, 1969, 1974.
85. City College, 1979.

Box 5
Folder

1. City Council--New York City-- 1968, 1972, 1975-78.
2. City Council Districts--New York City--1974,1976/77, 1980/81.
3. City Fusion Party, 1972.
4. City Planning Commission--New York City, 1979.
5. City University of New York, 1976, 1978.
6. Civic and Political Education Committee, 1973.
7. Civic and Political Education Committee, 1974.
8. Civil Court Act--New York City--1973.
9. Clarke, Joseph G., 1983.
10. Class Action Suits--Legislation--1979.
11. Clubs of the Conservative Party of New York State, 1979.
12. Cohalan, Peter F., 1982.
13. Cohn, Roy M., 1980.
14. Colleges, 1970-72.
15. Colorado, 1964/65, 1974/75.
16. Colorado Conservative Union, 1981.
17. Columbia County, 1982, 1985.
18. Columbian Lawyers Association, 1975.
19. Columbus: Countdown 1992, 1986.
20. Combat, 1970-72.
21. Committee for 76 of the Friends of Jim Buckley, 1975.
22. Committee for the Monroe Doctrine, 1962-64.
23. Committee for the Protection of Family Life, 1975.
24. Committee for the Survival of a Free Congress, 1975,1977-79.
25. Committee of One Million (Against the Admission of Communist China to the United Nations), 1965/66, 1971.
26. Committee of Ten Million, 1978, 1980/81.
27. Committee on Political Education, 1963, 1967, 1971, 1976.
28. Committee on Public Safety--New York, 1966.
29. Committee to Free Ken Duggan, circa 1971.
30. Committee to Retire Jacob Javits, circa 1980
31. Committees--New York Senate and Assembly, 1973.
32. Common Cause, 1972.
33. Common Situs Picketing, 1975, 1977.
34. Communism, 1963-68, [1971], 1975.
35. Community Alcohol Abuse Program, 1979.
36. Community Board No. 9 of Queens, 1979.
37. Community Colleges, 1976.
38. Community Development Amendment, 1971.
39. Competency Tutoring Program, 1978.
40. Comprehensive Employment and Training Act (CETA), 1979.
41. Comptroller of the State of New York, 1977.
42. Comptroller of NYS, 1978.
43. Comptroller of NYS, 1979.
44. Comptroller of NYS, 1980.
45. Comptroller of NYS--Folder 1--1981.
46. Comptroller of NYS--Folder 2--1981.
47. Comptroller of NYS--Folder 3--1981.
48. Comptroller's Report, 1987.
49. Concordia University, 1976.
50. Condon-Waldin Act, 1966.
51. Con Edison, 1980.
52. Congo, 1962-64.
53. Congress, 1967.
54. Congress, 1972.
55. Congress, 1974.
56. Congress, 1976.
57. Congress, 1978.
59. Congress, 1973/74, 1988.
60. Congress--Committee Employees--1977.
61. Congress--Legislation, 1975.
62. Congress--United States--1973-80.
63. Congressional Bills, 1975.
64. Congressional Digest, 1963.
65. Congressional Districts--1st--Folder 1--1972, 1976, 1979-84.
66. Congressional Districts--2nd--1975/76.
67. Congressional Districts--3rd--1972, 1974/75, 1977/78, 1981/82.
68. Congressional Districts--4th--1976, 1978.
69. Congressional Districts--5th--1968, 1972, 1975/76, 1978, 1980.
70. Congressional Districts--6th--Folder 1, 1972-82.
71. Congressional Districts--6th--Folder 2, 1972-82.

Box 6
Folder

1. Congressional Districts--6th--Folder 3, 1972-82.
2. Congressional Districts--7th--1976.
3. Congressional Districts--8th--1982.
4. Congressional Districts--9th--1983.
5. Congressional Districts--10th--1975/76, 1978,, 1980.
6. Congressional Districts--11th--1968, 1976-78.
7. Congressional Districts--13th--1972, 1978/79.
8. Congressional Districts--14th--1972, 1974, 1978, 1982.
9. Congressional Districts--15th--Folder 1--1972, 1974-78, 1980, 1984.
10. Congressional Districts--16th--1972.
11. Congressional Districts--17th--1976-82.
12. Congressional Districts--18th--1972, 1977/78.
13. Congressional Districts--20th--1972, 1976, 1978.
14. Congressional Districts--20th--1984.
15. Congressional Districts--22nd--1972, 1975, 1981.
16. Congressional Districts--23rd--1968, 1972, 1974, 1976-78.
17. Congressional Districts--24th--1972, 1974/75.
18. Congressional Districts--24th--1984.
19. Congressional Districts--25th--1968, 1973/74, 1976-78.
20. Congressional Districts--26th--1974-77, 1982.
21. Congressional Districts--27th--1968, 1970, 1974-77, 1983/84.
22. Congressional Districts--28th--1974/75.
23. Congressional Districts--29th--1974, 1976, 1978/79, 1983.
24. Congressional Districts--30th--1980.
25. Congressional Districts--31st--1977, 1980-82, 1988.
26. Congressional Districts--32nd--1968, 1974, 1976/77, 1980.
27. Congressional Districts--33rd--1972, 1974-76, 1978, 1980.
28. Congressional Districts--35th--1974, 1976.
29. Congressional Districts--36th--1972, 1974-77.
30. Congressional Districts--37th--ca. 1980.
31. Congressional Districts--38th--1975/76, 1978.
32. Congressional Districts--39th--1968, 1976, 1978, 1980.
33. Congressional Districts--109th--1984/85.
34. Congressional Districts--Maps--ca. 1975.
35. Congressional Fund Raising, 1980.
36. Congressional Monitor, 1975.
37. Congressional Pay Raises, 1977.
38. Congressional Quarterly, 1963, 1968, 1975/76, 1979.
39. Congressional Record, 1961, 1971-74.
40. Congressmen--Ratings by Special Interest Groups, 1971.
41. Conklin, William, 1964, 1974-76.
42. Connally, John, 1979.
43. Connally Reservation, 1963/64, 1971.
44. Connecticut, 1963, 1970/71, 1973-76, 1979.
45. Connecticut--Correspondence--1978, 1980.
46. Conservation, 1963, 1966, 1979.
47. Conservatism, 1974, 1978-81.
48. Conservative Book Club, 1964.
49. Conservative Campaign Committee, 1975.
50. Conservative Campaign Committees of Kings & Queens Counties--News Releases--1976/77.
51. Conservative Caucus, 1975-79.
52. Conservative Digest, 1975/76.
53. Conservative Digest, 1982.
54. Conservative Journal, 1974/75.
55. Conservative Party of the United States, 1976.
56. Conservative Party Position for Information Please Almanac, 1971.
57. Conservative Viewpoint, 1975, 1977.
58. Conservative Voters'Guide, 1974.
59. Conservative Women of America, 1984, 1988.
60. Conservatives, 1976, 1979.
61. Conservatives for Duryea--Campaign Coordinators, circa 1980.
62. Constitution Party of New York, 1976.
63. Constitutional Alliance, Inc., 1965-67, 1969.
64. Constitutional Amendments--New York State, 1971, 1975, 1977, 1979.
65. Constitutional Convention for a Balanced Federal Budget, circa 1978.
66. Constitutional Party of Pennsylvania., 1972.
67. Constructive Action, Inc., 1969, 1979.
68. Consular Convention Between US & USSR, 1965, 1967.
69. Consumer Affairs, 1980.
70. Consumer Alert, 1979-82.
71. Consumer Finance, 1976, 1979.
72. Container Laws, circa 1980.
73. Contras (Nicaragua), 1985/86.
74. Cooper Church Amendment, 1970.
75. Copyright Law, 1964.
76. Correspondence--Letters to the Editor, 1968, 1970.
77. Correspondence--North Carolina, 1973, 1975-77, 1979.
78. Correspondence--Oregon, 1973-75.
79. Council for National Policy, 1983.
80. Council on Foreign Relations, 1980.
81. County Line---GOP Publication, 1985/86.
82. Courts, 1982.
83. Courts--Federal, 1973, 1979.
84. Crane, Phil, 1975, 1978/79.
85. Crime Statistics--Federal, 1973/74.
86. Crime--Violent Repeater Program, 1978.

Box 7
Folder

1. Cromer, Jesse, 1975.
2. Cuba, 1962-64.
3. Cuba--Folder 1, 1961-65, 1975, 1979/80.
4. Cuba--Folder 2, 1961-63, 1975, 1979/80.
5. Cuba--Folder 3, 1961-65, 1975, 1979/80.
6. Cuba--Folder 4, 1961-65, 1975, 1979/80.
7. Czestochowa Shrine, 1974.
8. Cuomo, Gov. Mario, 1985/86.
9. Dach Printing, 1972.
10. D'Amato, Alfonse--Folder 1, 1983.
11. D'Amato, Alfonse--Folder 2, 1980-86.
12. D'Amato, Armand, 1982.
13. Daemon College, 1981.
14. Death Penalty, 1978, 1982.
15. Decency Rally, 1969.
16. Defense, 1969/70.
17. Delaware, 1971-75.
18. Dellibovi (Assemblyman) for Congress Committee, circa1978.
19. Democratic National Committee, 1976.
20. Democrats, 1962, 1972, 1976, 1979/80.
21. Demonstrations--Student, 1968.
22. Deregulation--Trucking, 1979.
23. Derounian, Steven B., 1963/64.
24. DeSalvio, Louis, 1975.
25. Detente, 1972, 1974-76.
26. Dietl, Richard "Bo", 1986.
27. Dillon, Denis, 1979.
28. Dillon, Thomas J., 1968.
29. Dinner Journals--East Side Conservative Club, 1977.
30. Dinner Journals--Erie County Conservative Party, 1983.
31. Dinner Journals--Kings & Queens Counties, Conservative Dinner Committees of, 1984.
32. Dinner Journals--New York County, Conservative Party of--Washington's Birthday Dinner, 1970.
33. Dinner Journals--New York County, Conservative Party of--Washington's Birthday Dinner, 1971.
34. Dinner Journals--New York County, Conservative Party of--Washington's Birthday Dinner, 1972.
35. Dinner Journals--Onondaga County Committee of the Conservative Party, 1983.
36. Dinner Journals--Westchester County, 1968.
37. Dinsmore, Herman H., circa 1976.
38. DioGuardi, Joe, 1985.
39. Direct Mail, 1980.40. Disclosure Laws, 1980.
41. Discrimination, 1972, 1979.
42. Disenrollment of Conservative Party Members, 1979.
43. District Attorney of the County of New York, 1974.
44. District Attorneys, 1971, 1973, 1978.
45. District of Columbia Amendment, 1978.
46. Division for Servicemen's Vote, 1963.
47. Dodd, Bella, circa 1975.
48. Domestic Relations Law, 1979.
49. Doty, Charles R., 1983.
50. Douglas MacArthur Republican Club, 1970.
51. Draft, The, 1979-81.
52. Droms, Fred W., Jr.--Petition Against Secretary of State, 1968.
53. Drugs--Head Shop, 1978.
54. Drug Legislation, 1979, 1987.
55. Drunk Driving, 1980.
56. Duggan, Kenneth J., 1966/67.
57. Duryea, Perry, 1977/78.
58. Duryea, Perry--Newsletters, 1977/78.
59. Dutchess County, 1983.
60. Dwyer, Terrence, 1977.
61. Eagle Forum, 1978-81.
62. Eckert, Fred J., 1975, 1977.
63. Ecology, 1971-73, 1976, 1978/79.
64. Economics, 1968, 1973-79.
65. Economy, 1979-81.
66. Education--Folder 1, 1961-69, 1971-80.
67. Education--Folder 2, 1961-69, 1971-80.
68. Education--Folder 3, 1971, 1975-81.
69. Education--Folder 4, 1971, 1975-81.
70. Education--Federal Aid, 1961, 1963-65, 1972, 1974.
71. Education--High School Competency Tests, 1981.
72. Education--Higher Education, 1979/80.
73. Education--National Education Association, 1963, 1969, 1972, 1981.
74. Education--New York State, 1970-75, 1979.
75. Education--Racial Quotas in College Admissions, 1984.
76. Education, U.S. Department of, 1979.
77. Edwards, Lee, circa 1975.
78. Eighteen Year Drinking Age, 1978.

Box 8
Folder

1. Eisenhower, Dwight D., 1964.
2. Election, 1980.
3. Election Buttons, [  ].
4. Election Campaigns, 1980.
5. Election Cases, 1971, 1976/77.
6. Election Fraud., 1980.
7. Election Law--Folder 1, 1962-69.
8. Election Law--Folder 2, 1970-79.
9. Election Law--Folder 3, 1980-82.
10. Elections--Civic Organizations, 1964.
11. Elections--Congressional and Presidential, 1964.
12. Elections--Equal Time, 1964.
13. Elections--Financial Reports, 1964.
14. Elections--General, 1963.
15. Elections--Gubernatorial, 1966.
16. Elections--Gubernatorial, 1970.
17. Elections--Gubernatorial, l973/74, 1978, 1980, 1982.
18. Elections--Judicial Districts, 1964.
19. Elections--Referendums (General), 1965, 1978.
20. Elections--Voting Requirements, 1962/63, 1966/67.
21. Electoral College, 1977.
22. Electoral Reform, 1964, 1966, 1969, 1977.
23. Elwood Conservative Party Club, 1979.
24. El Salvador, 1981.
25. Emery, James L.--Folder 1, 1971, 1981/82.
26. Emery, James L.--Folder 2, 1971, 1981/82.
27. Emery, James L.--Folder 3, 1971, 1981/82.
28. Employees--Public, 1968.
29. Employment, 1976.
30. Encyclopedia of Associations, 1979/80
31. Endangered Species Act, 1978.
32. Endorsement Letters for Candidates, 1974.
33. Energy--Folder 1, 1977-79.
34. Energy--Folder 2, 1977-81.
35. Energy--Folder 3, 1979-81.
36. England, 1980/81.
37. Enrollment in Political Parties--by Assembly Districts, 1982.
38. Enrollment in Political Parties--by Counties, 1982/83.
39. Environment, 1975, 1978-80, 1982.
40. Environmental Bond Issue, 1972, 1979.

Box 9
Folder

1. Equal Rights Amendment--Essay by Kevin McGovern, circa 1978.
2. Equal Rights Amendment, circa 1980.
3. Equal Time Broadcast Media--Folder 1, 1962-67, 1974.
4. Equal Time Broadcast Media--Folder 2, 1962-67,1974.
5. Erie County, 1981/82, 1985.
6. Erie County Conservative Party, 1970, 1983.
7. Espionage, 1964/65.
8. Esposito, John A., 1973/74, 1980/81.
9. Esposito, John A.--Busing Bills, 1979.
10. Estonian Aid, 1982.
11. Ethics, 1977.
12. Ethnic, 1974/75, 1977.
13. Evans, M. Stanton, 1967, 1979.
14. Evans-Novak Political Report, 1974.
15. Evening News, The, 1974.
16. Exchange, The, 1976.
17. Family, 1980/81.
18. Family Court, 1976.
19. Family Planning Public Affairs Office, 1976.
20. Family Rights Coalition (Abortion), circa, 1986.
21. Farber, Barry, 1977.
22. Farber, Barry--Campaign Finances, 1977.
23. Farber, Barry--Campaign for Mayor--Folder 1, 1977/78.
24. Farber, Barry--Campaign for Mayor--Folder 2, 1977.
25. Farber, Barry--Campaign Fund Raising, 1977.
26. Farber, Barry--Campaign Literature, 1977.
27. Farber, Barry--Campaign Positions, 1977.
28. Farber, Barry--Petitions, 1977.
29. Farley, Hugh T., 1980.
30. Faso, John J., 1986.
31. Federal Aid for New York City, 1974.
32. Federal Budget, 1979.
33. Federal Bureau of Investigation, 1964/65, 1971, 1975-80.
34. F.B.I., 1982.
35. Federal Election Campaign Act, 1972, 1975/76.
36. Federal Election Commission, 1974-80.
37. Federal Employment, 1971.
38. Federal Finances, 1973, 1975, 1979/80.
39. Federal Government, Power of, 1963, 1966/67.
40. Federal Legislation, 1974, 1977.
41. Federal Register, 1972.
42. Federation of Greater New York Rifle & Pistol Clubs, Inc., 1975-77.
43. Ferraro, Geraldine, 1983, 1985.C
44. Field, Floyd Bennett, 1971.
45. Films, Informational, 1965/66, 1972.
46. Financial Management Associates, Inc., 1977.
47. Fino, Paul A., 1964, 1966.
48. Firearms, 1975.
49. Fire Department, 1976/77, 1980-82.
50. Firefighters, 1976, 1978/79.
51. First Amendment, 197[].
52. First Monday, 1976.
53. Fiscal Observer, The, 1977.
54. Fiscal Policy--New York State--Folder 1, 1963-70.
55. Fiscal Policy--New York State--Folder 2, 1964-68.
56. Fiscal Policy--New York State--Folder 3, 1970-73.
57. Fiscal Policy--New York State--Folder 4, 1970-73..

Box 10
Folder

1. Fiscal Policy--U.S.--Folder 1, 1962-72.
2. Fiscal Policy--U.S.--Folder 2, 1962-72.
3. Fiscal Policy--U.S.--Folder 3, 1962-72.
4. Fish, Hamilton, Jr., 1970, 1972, 1980, 1982.
5. Flack, John T., 1970, 1980.
6. Flag of the United States, 1963, 1966/67, 1969, 1971.
7. Flat Tax, 1982.
8. Fleischmann Commission Report of Public School
 Financing in New York State, 1972/73.
9. Flinn, Robert S. (Mrs.), 1977.
10. Florida, 1974-77.
11. Florida Perspective, Florida Conservative Union,Inc., 1975/76.
12. Fluoridation, 1963-67, 1971, 1975, 1979.
13. Flying Saucers, circa 1966.
14. Fonda, Jane, 1972, 1979.
15. Food and Drug Administration, 1976.
16. Food Stamp Program, 1975-80.
17. "For America", 1978.
18. Ford Foundation, 1972, 1974, 1975.
19. Ford, Gerald R., 1975/76.
20. Fordham University, 1973, 1976, 1980-83.
21. Foreign Aid, 1963-67, 1979/80.
22. Foreign Countries, 1974.
23. Foreign Policy, 1961-67, 1976-79.
24. Foreman, Con. Edward, 196[].
25. Forest Hills Housing Project, 1971/72.
26. Former Police Officers, 1976.
27. Forms, [  ].
28. Fortas, Abe, 1965, 1968.
29. Forum, 1963.
30. Foster Care, 1979.
31. Foundation for Economic Education, Inc. (FEE), 1974.
32. Foundation of Law & Society, 1977.
33. France, 1980.
34. Free China, 1974, 1977, 1979.
35. Free Congress Foundation: The Political Report, 1978.
36. Free Congress Research & Education Foundation, 1979-81.
37. Free Press International, 1981.
38. Free Society, The, 1965/66.
39. Free Trade. 1959.
40. Freedom, 1975, 1977.
41. Freedom Activity, 1963, 1965/66.
42. Freedom--Communism, 1969.
43. Free Enterprise, 1962.
44. Freedom House, 1965.
45. Freedom Party, 1962.
46. Freedom School, 1962.
47. Friedlander, Miriam, 1961, 1963, 1966, 1970, 1973.
48. Friedman, Milton, 1980.
49. Friends of St. Johns, 1976.
50. Fuchsberg, Jacob D., 1974.
51. Fu-Jen University, 1974.
52. Full Assessment (property taxes--NYC), 197[9].
53. Full Crew Laws, 1965.
54. Fulton, Rev. Robert (Neighborhood Church, Greenwich Village), [  ].
55. Fund for a Conservative Majority, 1977.
56. Fund for Life, Inc., 1975.
57. Fund Raising--Sample Literature, 1968, 1971-79.
58. Fund Raising--Sample Literature, 1974-77.
59. Fund Raising--Sample Literature, 1978.
60. Fund Raising--Sample Literature, 1979.
61. Fund Raising--Sample Literature, 1980.
62. Fund Raising--U.S. Congressional Advisory Board, 198[].

Box 11
Folder

1. Gabrielli, Domenick L., 1972, 1976.
2. Gallagher, Jack and Jayne, 1972, 1975.
3. Gallagher, John T., 1973.
4. Galligan, Tom, 1974.
5. Galvao, Henrique M., 1963.
6. Galvin, Thomas, 1973/74, 1976/77.
7. Galvin, Thomas--Press Releases--1973.
8. Gambling, 1976-81.
9. Gary, Gayle, circa 1980.
10. Gateway National Park, 1972.
11. Gavin, William, 1976.
12. Gay Rights, 1974-78, 1981, 1985/86.
13. Gay Rights Legislation, 1985/86.
14. Gegan, Joseph F., 1972.
15. Genocide Treaty, 1977.
16. Germany, 1976, 1978.
17. Gibson, James, 1969.
18. God's Workshop, 1974.
19. Gold, 1961-65, 1975, 1981.
20. Goldwater, Barry, 1962-66, 1976.
21. Goldwater, Barry--Campaign Newsletter, 1964.
22. Goldwater, Barry--Primaries and Delegates--
  Folder 1, 1965.
23. Goodell, Charles, 1974.
24. Gottfried, Richard N.--Mild Deregulation, 1981.
25.  Government Finances , 1978/79.
26. Government Subsidation of Food, 1963.
27. Grain Sales to the Soviet Union, 1975.
28. Grand Juries, 1974, 1976.
29. Green, Bill, [1979].
30. Green, Mark, 1986.
31. Green Revolution, 1972/73, 1977.
32. Groezinger, Robert, 1980.
33. Guardian Angels, 1980.
34. Guile, Norman, 1986.
35. Gun Control, 1965, 1968, 1974-76, 1980.
36. Gunning, Rosemary, [  ].
37. Gurney Amendment (re: North Vietnam), 1973.
38. Haggerty, John F., 1976.
39. Haig, Alexander M., Jr., 1980-82.
40. Halpern, Seymour, circa 1974.
41. Hampton, Mason L., Jr., 1966/67, 1969, 1974.
42. Harnett, Joel, circa 1978.
43. Harris, Fred Roy, 1976.
44. Harris-Stafford Bill, 1973.
45. Hatch Act, 1977, 1981.
46. Hatch, Orrin, 1978.
47. Hawaii, 1971.
48. Health Care, 1976/77, 1979/80.
49. Hearst, Patty, 1976.
50. Heckman, Robert circa, 1974.
51. Helms, Jesse, 1975-79.
52. Helsinki Trip of President Ford, 1975.
53. Hentel, Nat H., circa 1976.
54. Highway Authority--New Jersey, 1975.
55. Highways, 1979.
56. Hillsdale College, 1975-78.
57. Hintz, Julius H., 1974.
58. Hirschfield, Abraham, 1974, 1976/77, 1984.
59. Hispanic Committee, 1971.
60. Hispanics, 1971/72, 1977.
61. Hiss, Alger, 1962, 1982.
62. Hoguet, Rene \e., 1967/68.
63. Holtzman, Elizabeth, 1979/80.
64. Homosexuality, 1971-77, 1984.
65. Homosexuality--Legislation, 1974/75.
66. Hongisto, Richard, 1979.
67. Hoover, J. Edgar, 1971/72.
68. Hospitals, 1965, 1976, 1979/80.
69. House Committee on Un-American Activities, circa 1965.
70. Howard Allen Enterprises, Inc., 1975.
71. Human Events, 1962-64, 1975/76, 1979.
72. Human Events, 1984.
73. Human Life Foundation, Inc., 1976.
74. Human Rights, 1979.
75. Humphrey, Hubert H., 1968.
76. Hurd, Bradley J., 1974, 1976.
77. Hurley Report, 1986.
78. Hurwitz, Howard L., 1972-77, 1980.
79. Idaho, 1965, 1974, 1976, 1979/80.
80. Ideas: A Journal of Contemporary Jewish Thought, 1975.
81. Illegal Aliens, 1977-80, 1982, 1987.
82. Illinois, 1965, 1971/72, 1974/75, 1977, 1980.
83. Immigrants, 1980, 1982.
84. Immigration, 1984.
85. Imprimis, 1976-80, 1982.
86. Incredible Bread Machine, The--Book and Movie, 1975.
87. Independent Bar Association, 1962-65.

Box 12
Folder

1. Independence Party, 1975.
2. India, 1963.
3. Indiana, 1971, 1974-76.
4. Individual Rights, 1979.
5. Indonesia, 1963-65, 1979.
6. Inflation, 1974, 1978-80.
7. Initiative and Referendum, 1978-81.
8. Insanity Defense, 1978.
9. Institute for American Strategy, 1975.
10. Insurance Legislation, 1978/79.
11. Integration of Schools, 1964/65.
12. Intelligence, 1977-81.
13.  Intercollegiate Studies Institute, Inc., 1976.
14. Intern Program, New York State Assembly, 1971.
15. Internal Security, 1974.
16. International Digest, 1974, 1976.
17. International Moneyline, 1975.
18. International Platform Committee, 1976.
19. International Security, 1958.
20. International Women's Year, 1976/77.
21. International Youth Federation for Freedom, 1965.
22. Invitations--Samples, 1979/80.
23. Iowa, 1975/76.
24. Iran, 1979-81.
25. Ireland, 1979, 1981.
26. Issues for Action--The Smithkline Forum for a Healthier American Society, 1979.
27. Javits, Jacob, 1980.
28. Javits, Jacob--Research from Americans for Constitutional Action--Folder 1, 1963-68.
29. Javits, Jacob--Research from Americans for Constitutional Action--Folder 2, 1963-68.
30. Jefferson County, 1973, 1976/77.
31. John Birch Society, 1962-67, 1974/75.
32. Kavanagh, Thomas J. re: Democratic corruption in NYC as evidenced in Rohrbach vs. Coven Suit, 1985/86.
33. Kay, John Andrew, 1986.
34. Keating, Barbara--U.S. Senate Campaign, 1974.
35. Kemp, Con. Jack, 1982, 1986.
36. Korea, 1965, 1977, 1979.
37. Koreagate, 1977, 1980.
38. Kram, Shirley Wohl, 1983.
39. Krebiozen, 1963.
40. Krupsak, Mary Anne, circa 1974.
41. Kudlow, Lawrence A., circa 1982.
42. Kunzeman, Joseph J., 1967.
43. Labor--Folder 1, 1962-67, 1970-80.
44. Labor--Folder 2, 1962-67, 1970-80.
45. Labor--Folder 3, 1962-67, 1970-80.
46. Labor, 1978, 1982.
47. Labor Party--U.S., 1975, 1977.
48. Labor Reform Bill, 1978.
49. Lane, Clarence "Larry"--Homeowner's Guide, circa 1980.
50. Lasky, Victor, 1979.
51. Law Committee, 1961, 1963, 1976.
52. Law Enforcement, 1964, 1972/73, 1979/80, 1983.
53. LeBoutillier, Con. John, 1980-82.
54. Leff, James J.--Campaign Chief Judge, 1973.
55. Legal Case  re: Board of Elections, [  ].
56. Legal Cases, 1971/72.
57. Legality--NYS Election Law, 1971.
58. Legislative Pamphlet: "Know Who Represents You in 19[] (1971-81), 1971-81.
59. Lehrman, Lewis, 1979, 1982, 1985.
60. Liberal Party, 1962, 1976.
61. Libertarian Party, 1972, 1974-76, 1980, 1982.

Box 13
Folder

1. Liberty Amendment, 1963-66.
2. Liberty Lobby, 1968, 1973-75.
3. Lindsay, John, 1964, 1972.
4. Lipke, Dr. Ken, 1983.
5. Lobbyists, 1972.
6. Loeb, John L., 1980/81.
7. Long Island, 1975, 1977, 1979.
8. Long Island Conservative (newsletter), 1975.
9. L.I. Parkway Police Shield (newsletter), 1975.
10. Long, Michael R., 1980, 1983, 1986, 1988.
11. Longo, Nicholas A., 1986.
12. "Look-Say" Reading Method, 1963.
13. Louisiana, 1974/75.
14. Luce, Clare Booth, 1960-66.
15. Lugar, Richard, 1978, 1980-82.
16. Mail Registration--Voter, 1975/76, 1978.
17. Maine, 1971, 1975.
18. Malta, 1975.
19. Maltese, Andrew, 1988.
20. Maltese, Serphin R., [  ]., 1986.
21. Mandates--Federal, 1980.
22. Mandatory Student Activity Fees, 1975/76.
23. Manes, Donald R., 1976.
24. Manhattan Right to Life Committee, 1976.
25. Manion, 1962, 1973/74.
26. Manuals--Other Organizations, 1960-64.
27. Maps of NYS, [  ].
28. Marano, Luigi R., 1964.
29. Marchi, John, 1969, 1981.
30. Marchi for Mayor--Sublease with Fordham University, 1969.
31. Maryland, 1972-77, 1980.
32. Maryland Conservative Union, 1977.
33. Mason, Edwyn E. (State Assembly), 1968, 1970, 1972.
34. Massachusetts, 1974/75, 1979.
35. Massachusetts Conservative Party, 1972, 1975, 1977.
36. Mass Transit, 1963, 1965069, 1971, 1974-76, 1978-80.
37. Master, Daniel L., 1974.
38. McGrath, Diane, 1985.
39. Media, 1985/86.
40. Medicaid (See Clippings File--Medicaid), 1966.
41. Meier, William G., 1972.
42. Merchant Marine Defense Commission, 1986.
43. M.I.A.s, 1980.
44. Missing Children Bill--NYS Assembly Votes, 1985.
45. Morality for Media, 1980.
46. Moran, Emerson--columnist, 1986.
47. Motto: CPNYS, 1977
48. Muratori, Jack, 1980.
49. N.A.A.C.P.--Legal Defense Fund, 197[].
50. Nader, Ralph, 1972/73, 1979.
51. Narcotics, 1963-72.
52. Nassau County, 1976.
53. Nathan Hale Conservative Club, 1976, 1981/82.
54. National Affairs--VFW, 1978.
55. National Alliance, 197[].
56. National Association of Manufacturers, 1966-68.
57. National Citizens'Committee for Fairness to the Presidency, 1974.
58. National Committee Against U.S. Recognition of Communist Vietnam, 1977.
59. National Committee for an Effective Congress, 1967.
60. National Committee for an Effective Congress, 1976.
61. National Committee for Responsible Patriotism, Inc., 1968, 1972, 1978.
62. National Conservative Party, 1972, 1979.
63. National Conservative Political Action Committee, 1978-80.
64. National Council for Civic Responsibility, 1964/65.
65. NBC--1980 Moscow Olympics, 1977.
66. National Organization of Italian-American Women, 1981.
67. New Jersey--Editorials, 1985.
68. NLRB Case Handling Manual (NLRB--National Labor Relations Board), 1982.
69. New Right Report, The, 1979.
70. N.Y.C., Association of the Bar of: Report of Committee of the Judiciary, 1967.
71. N.Y.C. Budget, 1980.
72. N.Y.C. Census (editorial), 1980.
73. N.Y.C. Conservative Party, 1980.
74. N.Y.C. Debt Moratorium, 1976.
75. N.Y.C. "Enterprise Zones", 1979.
76. N.Y.C. Mayoral Race, 1977.
77. N.Y.C. Mayoral Race, 1985.
78. N.Y.C.--Mayor's Task on the Constitutional Convention, On the Report on, 1967.
79. New York Industry--Labor Committee for Resource  Recovery (re: Deposit Bottles), 1975.
80. NYPIRG (New York Public Interest Research Group, Inc., 1986.
81. NYS Board of Elections--1980 Election Results, 1980.
82. NYS Budget, 1981.
83. NYS Coalition for Legislative Reform, 1973.
84. NYS Comptroller--Edward V. Regan, 1980.
85. N.Y.S.C.P., 1981.
86. N.Y.S.C.P.--Peace Through Strength Initiative, 1980.
87. NYS Conservative Political Association, 1961/62.
88. NYS Constitution, 1966/67, 1975/76.
89. NYS Constitutional Amendments, 1971.
90. NYS Constitutional Convention, 1965.
91. NYS Democratic Legislative Campaign Committee, [  ].
92. NYS Democrats 1980.
93. NYS Federation of Catholic School Parents, 1976.
94. NYS Governor's Race, 1982.
95. NYS Political Action Committee, circa 1980.
96. Newsletters, 1969, 1975, 1978-80.
97. Niagara County Conservative Party, 1980/81.
98. None Dare Call it Treason--Reviews, 1964.
99. Northern Ireland, 1982.
100. Nuclear Energy, 1979/80.
101. Nuclear Weapons, 1966/67, 1975, 1977/78, 1982.
102. Nurses, 1976.
103. Nursing Homes, 1980.
104. Obscenity, 1964, 1966, 1974/75.
105. Oceans, 1969.
106. O'Connor, Frank D., 1966/67.
107. O'Connor, Robert J., 1970.
108. O'Doherty, Kieran, 1962, 1968.
109. Off-Track Betting, 1964, 1972, 1975/76, 1978/79.
110. Office of Economic Opportunity, 1973.
111. O'Hair, Madalyn Murray, 1971.

Box 14
Folder

1. Ohio, 1973-80.
2. Oklahoma, 1974.
3. Olympics, 1976-80.
4. O'Neil, Pat, 1972.
5. Onondaga County, 1980-82.
6. Operation Boomerang, 1971.
7. Operation Wake Up--Anti-Equal Rights Amendment, 1975.
8. Oppenheimer, Dr. Robert, 1963.
9. Orange County Conservative Party, 1981.
10. Order of Lafayette, 1966.
11. Order to Show Cause--Election Case, 1977.
12. Organization Manual, circa 1964.
13. Organizations, 1971, 1979.
14. O'Rourke, Andrew, 1986.
15. OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration), 1970/71, 1976-79.
16. Osteopathic Medicine [  ].
17. Otsego County, 1979.
18. Ottinger, Richard L., [1980], [  ].
19. Outer Continental Shelf, 1971.
20. Panama Canal Treaty, 1976-80.
21. Parades, 1967, 1980.
22. Parents & Taxpayers, 1973, 1975.
23. Parks, 1980.
24. Patrick Henry Group--Desegration and Race Relations,ca. 1965.
25. Pennsylvania Conservative Union, 1977, 1980/81.
26. PERB--Public Employees Relations Board (NYS).
27. Pfister, M/Sgt. Joseph, 1971.
28. Philadelphia Society, 1965.
29. Phyllis Schlafly Report, The, 1980.
30. Planned Parenthood, 198[].
31. Pledge of Allegiance, 1977.
32. Pledge of Allegiance Assembly Resolution, 1983.
33. Plumme's Views, 1965.
34. Podium Club, [  ].
35. Polar Prison, [1983].
36. Police, 1982.
37. Police Files on Non-Criminals, 1976.
38. Police Memorial Day, 1972-74.
39. Police Review Board, circa1965.
40. Polish American Democratic Committee, 1974.
41. Political Action Committees--Conservative, 1982.
42. Political Euthanasia, 1975.
43. Political Report, 1981.
44. Poll--Catholic, 1986.
45. Population Food Fund, 1978.
46. Populism, 1975.
47. Posters--Campaign, 1977.
48. P.P.I. Report (Political Profiles), 1980.
49. Previte, Joseph J., Esq., 1975.
50. Price Fixing, [  ].
51. Primaries and Delegates--Folder 1, 1964/65.
52. Primaries and Delegates--Folder 2, 1965.
53. Pro Ecclesia Foundation, [  ], 1986.
54. Public Employees & Right to Strike, 1977.
55. Public Office-Public Trust, 1974.
56. Public Service Commission, [  ].
57. Quick Guide to Federal Election Law, 1986.
58. Rappleyea, circaD. "Rapp", 1983.
59. Reagan, Ronald, 1981/82, 1984, 1987.
60. Real Property Taxation--Assembly Bill, 1980.
61. Reapportionment Legislation, 1982.
62. Reform--Government, 1964, 1973.
63. Regan, Ned, [1980].
64. Registering for the Draft R-3, 1980.
65. Rensselaer County, 1978.
66. Resumes, [  ].
67. Richmond County, 1986.
68. "Right to Life" Organizations, 1980.
69. Rockefeller, Nelson, 1974-76.
70. Rockland County, [  ].
71. Rocky Mountain Conservative--Political Action Conference, 1977.
72. Roosevelt, Franklin Delano, 1982.
73. Rutkowski, Edward, 1986/87.
74. St. Patrick's Cocktail Party--Sponsored by CPNYS, 1975.
75. Saratoga County, 1977.
76. Seminerio, Anthony, 1986.
77. Senate Districts--3rd, 1974, 1980.
78. Senate Districts--4th, 1978.
79. Senate Districts--5th, 1980, 1982/83.
80. Senate Districts--7th, 1974, 1977, 1979.
81. Senate Districts--9th, 1972, 1976, 1980.
82. Senate Districts--10th, 1976-78, 1980.
83. Senate Districts--11th, 1974, 1976, 1979, 1982.
84. Senate Districts--12th, 1976/77, 1980, 1983.
85. Senate Districts--13th, 1972, 1980.
86. Senate Districts--14th, 1974, 1976, 1980.
87. Senate Districts--18th, 1976.
88. Senate Districts--21st, 1977/78.
89. Senate Districts--25th, 1980, 1983.
90. Senate Districts--26th, 1972, 1978.
91. Senate Districts--29th, 1982.
92. Senate Districts--34th, 1976-78, 1982.
93. Senate Districts--35th, 1977, 1979.
94. Senate Districts--36th, 1972, 1975, 1977/78, 1980.
95. Senate Districts--37th, 1978, 1982.
96. Senate Districts--38th, 1980.
97. Senate Districts--39th, 1982.
98. Senate Districts--40th, 1976, 1982.
99. Senate Districts--41st, 1976, 1982.
100. Senate Districts--42nd, 1976.
101. Senate Districts--43rd, 1982.
102. Senate Districts--44th, 1976, 1978.
103. Senate Districts--46th, 1976.
104. Senate Districts--48th, circa 1975.
105. Senate Districts--49th, 1976.
106. Senate Districts--51st, 1982.
107. Senate Districts--52nd, 1975/76, 1978, 1980, 1982.
108. Senate Districts--53rd, 1974, 1983.
109. Senate Districts--55th, 1979.
110. Senate Districts--58th, 1975.
111. Senate Districts--59th, 1974, 1977, 1982.
112. Senate Districts--60th, 1978, 1982.
113. Socialist Labor Party, 1973/74.
114. Solomon, Con. Jerry, 1983.
115. Star Wars--S.D.I., 1980.
116. State of Long Island, 1986.
117. Student Loans, 1978.
118. Suffolk County, 1974, 1977, 1979/80, 1982.

Box 15
Folder

1. Suffolk County, 1983.
2. Sullivan County, 1982.
3. Symms, Sen. Steve, 1982.
4. Tax Indexing, 1979.
5. Taylor Law--(Illegal Public Employee Strikes)--editorial, 1980.
6. Today in France, 1977.
7. Transportation, 1974-78.
8. Trib, The, 1977.
9. Turkey, 1983.
10. Twenty-one Year Old Drinking Age, 1983/84.
11. U.N.I.C.E.F., 1962/63, 1965,1979/80.
12.  United Nations, 1962-66, 1970/71, 1975, 1978.
13. United States Decline, 1979.
14. U.S. Senate Ratings by Conservative Organizations, 1980.
15. U.S. Supreme Court--"Catalytic Courts", 1974.
16. United States Youth Council, 1983.
17. Velella, Guy, 1981.
18. Vietnam--Ad Hoc Committee Against United States Recognition of Communist Vietnam, 1977.
19. Vietnam Veterans of America, circa 1985.
20. VIVA (Voice for Innocent Victims of Abortion), 1980.
21. Voter Views, 1987.
22. Voting--Reapportionment of Districts in NYS, 1982.
23. Washington Legal Foundation, 1982, 1987.
24. Welfare, 1983/84.
25. Westchester County, 1965, 1975.
26. Wortley, George, 1983, 1985.
27. Wyoming County, 1979.
28. Youth Education for Citizenship, 1972/73.
29. Young Americans for Freedom (YAF)--Folder 1, 1973-79.
30. YAF--Folder 2, 1973-79.
31. YAF--Folder 3, 1973-79.
32. YAF--Folder 4, 1961-71.
33. YAF--Folder 5, 1972-74.
34. YAF--Folder 6, 1975-81.


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Series 8: Clippings File

Box 1
Folder

1. Abzug, Bella, 1974-78.
2. ADA (Americans for Democratic Action), 1964.
3. Adirondack Park, 1972-77.
4. Adoption, 1975.
5. Afghanistan, 1980.
6. Africa, 1974-80.
7. Aged, 1972-75.
8. Agnew, 1972-76.
9. Agriculture, 1975.
10. Aid to Non-public Schools, 1974, 1976.
11. Aid to North Vietnam, 1973.
12. Airline Deregulation, 1978.
13. Airlines, 1977, 1979.
14. Alaska, 1980.
15. Alcoholism, 1964, 1975, 1979.
16. Alexander, Lee, 1974.
17. Aliens, 1974-80.
18. Allegheny County, 1975.
19. Allen, Robert S., 1972.
20. Amendment (First), 1977-79.
21. America, 1978.
22. American Airlines, 1978.
23. American Civil Liberties Union, 1972/73.
24. American Conservative Union, 1974, 1978/79.
25. American Enterprise Institute, 1978.
26. American Medical Association, 1977/78.
27. American Party, 1976.
28. Amnesty, 1971-76.
29. Amtrak, 1978.
30. Anderson, Jack, 1975.
31. Anderson, John, 1980.
32. Angola, 1976.
33. Anti-crime Plan, 1978.
34. Anti-poverty Programs, 1974.
35. Antitrust, 1977.
36. Arizona, 1975.
37. Armed Forces, 1973, 1976, 1978.
38. Arson, 1977/78.
39. Ashbrook, John, 1971-75.
40. Asia, 1975, 1977/78.
41. Assessment (100%), 1977, 1980.
42. Atheists, 1974.
43. Atlantic Convention Bill, 1976.
44. Attica, 1971, 1975.
45. Attorney General--NYS, 1974.
46. Attorney General--NYS, 1978.
47. Australia, 1975.
48. Authorities, 1976.
49. Auxiliary Police, 1972/73.
50. B-1 Bomber, 1977.
51. Badillo, Herman, 1973, 1977.
52. Bail, 1972/73.
53. Baker, Howard, 1980.
54. Bakke Case, 1978.
55. Balogh, Sandor, [  ].
56. Banks, 1971, 1973, 1976.
57. Barclay, Douglas, 1977.
58. Battista, Vito P., 1969-76.
59. Bauman, Robert, 1973, 1975/76, 1978.
60. Bayh, Birch, 1975.
61. Beame, Abraham, 1973-77.
62. Beame--Staff, 1973-75.
63. "Beaver", The--1975, 1979.
64. Beckman, John, 1973.
65. Bell, Griffin, 1978.
66. Bell, Jeffrey, 1978.
67. Bellamy, Carol, 1977-79.
68. Biaggi, Mario, 1971-77.
69. Biaggi, Mario, 1973.
70. Bicentennial, 1976.
71. Bikes, 1971.
72. Bilderberg, 1977.
73. Bilingual Education, 1976, 1978.
74. Blackout, 1977.
75. Blacks, 1971-80.
76. "Block Busting", 1976, 1978.
77. Bloom, Jeremiah, 1978.
78. Blumenthal, Al, 1973-76.
79. Board of Education, 1972-74, 1977.
80. Board of Election--NYC, 1971-74, 1977.
81. Board of Estimate, 1973.
82. Board of Regents, 1973-75.
83. Bond Issue, 1974.
84. Bond Issue, 1977.
85. Bond Issue, 1979.
86. Bork, Robert H., 1987.
87. Boro President (Manhattan), 1977.
88. Brasco, Frank, 1972/73.
89. Bridges, 1979.
90. Britain, 1978.
91. Broadcasting, 1978.
92. Brooke, Edward, 1976, 1978.
93. Brooklyn Supreme Court, 1971.

Box 2
Folder

1. Brown, Jerry, 1975-81.
2. Bryant, Anita, 1977.
3. Brydges, Earl, 1972/73.
4. Brzezinski, Zbigniew, 1978.
5. Buchanan, Pat, 1973, 1975.
6. Bucher, Lloyd, 1978.
7. Buckley, Aloise, 1976.
8. Buckley, Sen. J.L. (1972), 1/1/72-3/31/72.
9. Buckley, Sen. J.L.  4/1/72-6/30/72.
10. Buckley, Sen. J.L. 7/72-3/73.
11. Buckley, Sen. J.L. 4/73-12/73.
12. Buckley, Sen. J.L. 1/74.
13. Buckley, Sen. J.L.--Nix on Nixon, 1974.
14. Buckley, Sen. J.L., 1975.
15. Buckley, Sen. J.L.--Campaign '76.
16. Buckley, Sen. J.L., 1977.
17. Buckley, James L., 1980.
18. Buckley, William, 1968-78.
19. Bullard, David, 1974.
20. Bureaucracy--Federal, 1972-79.
21. Bureaucracy, 1979.
22. Bureaucracy--New York, 1971, 1977, 1980.
23. Burden, Carter, 1978.
24. Burnstein, Sen. Karen, 1975.
25. Bush, George, 1978-80.
26. Business, 1976/77.
27. Business Tax, 1977.
28. Busing, 1975-80.
29. Butz, Earl, 1974.
30. Byrd Amendment, 1977.
31. Cable TV, 1972-75.
32. Calandra, Sen. John, 1980.
33. Califano, Joseph, [  ].
34. Cambodia, 1971, 1973, 1978-80.
35. Campaign 1976.
36. Campaign 1977.
37. Campaign 1978.
38. Campaign Contribution, 1966/67, 1972-78.
39. Campaign Issues, 1972.
40. Campaign Financing, 1980.
41. Campaign Material, 1976-80.
42. Campaign Practices, 1978, 1980.
43. Candidates 1972.
44. Candidates 1973.
45. Candidates 1974.
46. Caplan vs. Roth [  ].
47. Captive Nations, 1973.
48. Caputo, Bruce, 1978.
49. Carlino, Joseph, 1964.
50. Carney, William, 1979.
51. Casey, William J., 1980/81.
52. CCOs (Corporate Chiefs Organization), 1980.
53. Census, 1980.
54. Central America, [  ].
55. China, 1965-79.
56. CIA, 1976-78.
57. Con Ed, 1979.
58. Congress of the United States--House of Representatives, 1980.
58A. Congress (General), 1975-1978.
59. Connally, 1979.
60. Constitution, 1987.
61. Constitutional Convention Ballot Question, 1977.
62. Corporate Boards, 1980.
63. CPAC (Conservative Political Action Conference), 1977.
64. Citizens Public Expenditure Survey (CPES), 1974-76.
65. CPES, 1975/76.
66. CPES, 1964, 1976, 1978.
67. CPES Taxpayer, Jan.- Feb. 1975.
68. County Committee Organization--CPNYS, 1964.
69. CSEA, 1972.
70. circaU.N.Y., 1971-79.
71. Cuomo, Gov. Mario, 1986.
72. Cuomo, Gov. Mario, 1988.
73. Election Results--NYC Mayoral, 1969.
74. Election Results, 1972.
75. Election Results, 1973.
76. Election Results, 1976.
77. Equal Rights Amendment, 1975-78.
78. Esposito, John, 1977.
79. Farms, 1979.
80. Federal Attorneys, 1975.
81. Federal Trade Commission, 1979/80.
82. Federalist Papers, 1976.
83. Gay Rights, undated

Box 3
Folder

1. Florida Primary, 1972.
2. Garn, Jake, 1980.
3. Garth, David, 1980.
4. Heroin, 1974.
5. House Unanimous Act, 1980.
6. I (Insurance, etc.), 1977/78.
7. International Year of the Child, 1979.
8. Israel, 1980.
9. Labor, 1972-78.
10. Labor Day, 1977.
11. Lance, Bert, 1977.
12. Landlord & Tenant, 1978, 1980.
13. Lane, Franklin. H.S., Cypress Hills, 1976/77.
14. Langley, 1972.
15. Latin America--General, 1963-65, 1977, 1980.
16. Laurino, Louis, 1973.
17. Law, 1971/72, 1975.
18. Law--"Blue Laws", 1975, 1977.
19. Law--Class Actions, 1971.
20. "Law Day", 1971.
21. Laws--Drugs, 1972-75.
22. Law Enforcement, 1971/72, 1975.
23. Law--Exclusionary Rule, 1973.
24. Law--Grand Jury, 1973.
25. Law--Kidnapping, 1974.
26. Law--Privilege, 1973.
27. Law--Rape, 1973-75.
28. Law--Search & Seizure, 1972/73.
29. Law--Sentencing, 1973.
30. Lawyers, 1973-79.
31. Lawyers' Conference, 1974.
32. Lee, Grady, 1978, 1980.
33. Leff, James, 1973.
34. Lefkowitz, Louis, 1976-78.
35. Leftist Organizations, 1973.
36. Legal Aid Society, 1972/73.
37. Legal Services, 1977.
38. Legislative Reform--Federal, 1972, 1974, 1976.
39. Legislative Reform--NYS, 1972, 1980.
40. Legislature, 1975.
41. Lenti, Norman, 1973, 1978.
42. Lewis, Larry, 1973.
43. Levitt, Arthur, 1972.
44. Levitt, Arthur, 1973.
45. Levitt, Arthur, 1972-80.
46. Libel Suits, 1980.
47. Libertarian Party, 1972-79.
48. Liberty Conservative Club (Ozone Park), 1976.
49. Lt. Governor, 1978.
50. Lt. Governor's Administration, 1977.
51. Lt. Governor's Staff, 1975.
52. Lindsay, John, 1971.
53. Lindsay, John, 1976.
54. Lindsay, John--Press Clippings, 1964-66.
55. Lindsay, Mayor John, 1970-73.
56. Liquor Law Reform, 1964.
57. Lobbyists, 1973-77.
58. Local Government, 1972.
59. Lodge, Henry Cabot, 1963/64.
60. Loeb, John, 1979.
61. Loeb, William, 1973, 1977.
62. Lombardi, Tarky, 1973/74.
63. Lomenzo, John, 1973.
64. Long Island City, 1976/77, 1980.
65. Long Island Expressway, 1967.
66. Long Island Politics, 1972-76.
67. Long Island Railroad, 1978.
68. Looting, 1977.
69. Lottery, 1975/76.
70. Lowenstein, Allard, 1968, 1972-74, 1980.
71. Luce, Clare Booth, 1974, 1977.
72. Lugar, Richard, 1980.
73. "Lulus", 1976.
74. Mackell, Thomas, 1972-74.
75. MacLaine, Shirley, 1975.
76. Mail Registration, 1975-77.
77. Maine, 1975.
78. Malerba, Mario, 1979.
79. Malpractice, 1975.
80. Maltese, Serphin R., 1977.
81. Mandatory Sentence, 1977.
82. Manes, Donald, 1971-77.
83. Manhattan Boro President, 1977.
84. Manton, Thomas, 1972-74.
85. Marchi, John, 1969-76.
86. Margiotta, Joseph, 1972-76, 1980.
87. Marijuana, 1971-78.
88. Marijuana--Decriminalization, 1971, 1977/78.
89. Marijuana Fight--NYS Legislative HQS. File, 1977.
90. Marston, David, 1978.
91. Mason, Edwyn, 1973.
92. Maspeth, 1976-78.
93. Massachusetts, 1978.
94. Mater Chusti H.S., 1977.
95. Maternal & Child Health Act, 1976.
96. Matthew, Dr. Thomas, 1973, 1975.
97. Mayaguez, 1975.
98. Mayoral, 1969.

Box 4
Folder

1. Mayor, 1981.
2. Mayor's Administration,
3. Mayor's Staff, 1973-78.
4. Mayor's Staff, 1978.
5. Mayoral--Folder 1, 1977.
6. Mayoral--Folder 2, 1977.
7. Mayoral--Folder 3, 1977.
8. McCarthy, Eugene, 1976.
9. McCarthy, Joseph, 1975-77.
10. McCloskey, Pete, 1971/72.
11. McCormack, Ellen, 1975/76.
12. McDonald, Hon. Larry, 1977.
13. McFarland, James, 1973.
14. McGovern, George, 1972-76.
15. Media, 1974-80.
16. Medicaid, 1966-68.
17. Medicaid, 1971-78.
18. Medicaid Abortion, 1978.
19. Medicare, 1977, 1980.
20. Mental Agency, 1978.
21. Mental Hygiene, 1972-80.
22. Metric System, [  ].
23. Mexico, 1977-79.
24. Meyer, Frank, 1971, 1973, 1975.
25. MIAs, 1974-76.
26. Middendorf, Henry, 1973.
27. Mid-East, 1975-78.
28. Migrant Workers, 1975.
29. Milano, Robert, 1978.
30. Military, 1977/78.
31. Military Academics, 1969, 1972.
32. Military Unions, 1977.
33. Miller, William, 1973.
34. Miner, Ken, 1973.
35. Minimum Wage, 1971-74, 1978-80.
36. Minnesota, 1971.
37. Minorities, 1971-77.
38. Mississippi, 1975.
39. Mitchell, John, 1974.
40. Mitchell-Lama, 1977/78.
41. Mitchell, Timothy, 1972.
42. Mobilization for Youth, 1972.
43. Molinari, Guy, 1981, 1985.
44. Mondale, Walter, 1976-80.
45. Moon, Syung Sun, 1976/77.
46. Monroe County, 1968-80.
47. Moral Decline (NYC and NYS), 1972, 1977.
48. Morality, 1976.
49. Morgenthal, Robert, 1974.
50. Morrow, James, 1973/74.
51. Morse, Robert, 1973.
52. Mortgages, 1973, 1976-78, 1980.
53. Moses, Robert, 1972, 1974, 1976.
54. MTA (Metropolitan Transit Authority), 1971-73.
55. Muratori, Jack, 1976-78.
56. Murder, 1969, 1975.
57. Murdoch, Rupert, 1977/78.
58. Murphy, John, 1978-1980.
59. Murphy, Patrick, 1973.
60. Muskie, Edmund, 1972.
61. Myerson, Bess, 1973/74, 1978, 1980.
62. N.A.A.C.P., 1975, 1978.
63. Nader, Ralph, 1973-79.
64. Nadjari, Maurice, 1974-79.
65. Nassau County, 1971-76.
66. Nassau County, 1977/78.
67. Nassau County Conservative Party, [  ].
68. National Commission On International Women's Year, 1977.

Box 5
Folder

1. National Defense, 1974-78.
2. National Health Insurance Plan, 1974-79.
3. National Lawyers'Guild, 1976.
4. National Renaissance Party, [  ].
5. National Security, 1978.
6. National Security Agency, 1978.
7. NATO, 1964, 1971, 1977, 1979.
8. Nazi Party--U.S., 1978.
9. NDC (New Democratic Coalition), 1974.
10. Neighborhood Crime, 1976.
11. Neighborhood Preservation, 1979.
12. Neutron Bomb, 1978.
13. New Democratic Coalition, 1973-79.
14. New Hampshire, 1972.
15. New Hampshire Primary, 1972.
16. New Hampshire, 1977.
17. New Jersey, 1973-76.
18. New Majority, 1976.
19. NLRB Legislation, 1978.
20. N.O.W. (National Organization for Women), 1975, 1979.
21. New York City, 1974.
22. NYC Agencies, 1978.
23. NYC Assistance, 1981.
24. NYC Board of Standards & Appeals, 197[].
25. NYC Bridges, 1976, 1979.
26. NYC Budget, 1974.
27. NYC Budget, 1981.
28. NYC Charter, 1972-75, 1977.
29. NYC Citywide Races, 1977.
30. NYC Comptroller, 1977.
31. NYC Comptroller, 1979.
32. NYC Comptroller, 1980.
33. NYC Convention Center, 1973.
34. NYC Convention Center, 1978/79.
35. NYC Corruption, 1972/73.
36. NYC Council, 1977.
37. NYC Council President, 1971-78.
38. NYC Decline, 1971-80.
39. NYC Decline, 1981.
40. NYC Economy, 1973/74.
41. NYC Elections--Mayoral, 1965.
42. NYC Elections, 1977.
43. NYC Finances--Folder 1, 1975.
44. NYC Finances--Folder 2, 1975.
45. NYC Finances--Folder 3, 1975.
46. NYC Finances, 1976.
47. NYC Finances, 1977.
48. NYC Government, 1972, 1974.
49. NYC Finances, 1978/79.
50. NYC Law, 1972.
51. NYC Officials Pay Raise, 1978/79.
52. NYC Organization, 1973.
53. NYC Planning Committee, 1979.
54. NYC Politics, 1976, 1978.
55. NYC Residency Law, 1974, 1977/78.
56. NYC Retirement, 1973.
57. NYC Sanitation, [  ].
58. NYC Sports Complex, 1973.
59. NYC Staff, 1972-74.
60. NYC Tenant-Landlord, 1974.
61. NYC Taxes, 1978.
62. NYC Tolls, 1975-78.

Box 6
Folder

1. NYC Transportation, 1964-67, 1971-78.
2. NY County, 1971-78.
3. NY County Borough President, 1977.
4. New York Express Pilot Issue, 1970.
5. New York Post, 1978.
6. New York State, 1973-78.
7. NYS and US Benefits, 1978.
8. NYS Appointments & Positions, [  ].
9. NYS Assembly, 1975-79.
10. NYS Budget, 1974-80.
11. NYS Charter, 1975.
12. NYS Committee of Investigation, 1979.
13. NYS Comptroller, 1978.
14. NYS Conservative Party Committees, 1972.
15. NYS Conservative Party, 1978/79.
16. NYS Conservative Party, 1980.
7. NYS Constitutional Convention, 1969, 1977.
18. NYS Constitutional Convention, 1972/73.
19. NYS Council on the Arts, 1978.
20. NYS Courts, 1977.
21. NYS Democratic Party, 1976.
22. NYS Election Board, 1976.
23. NYS Election Law, 1976.
24. NYS Election Law, 1981.
25. NYS/NYC Finances, 1971.
26. NYS/NYC Finances, 1972.
27. NYS/NYC Finances, 1973.
28. NYS/NYC Finances, 1974.
29. NYS Finances, 1975.
30. NYS Finances, Nov. 1975.
31. NYS Finances, 1977.
32. NYS Finances, 1978/79.
33. NYS Government, 1979.
34. NYS Hiring, 1973/74.
35. NYS Legislation, 1977.
36. NYS Legislature Bills, 1972.
37. NYS Legislature Bills, 1973.
38. NYS Legislature Bills, 1974.
39. NYS Legislative Session, 1978.
40. NYS Legislative Staff, 1977.
41. NYS Legislature, 1975/76.
42. NYS Legislature, 1979/80.
43. NYS Legislature Pay Increase, 1972-78.
44. NYS Legislature Special Session, 1973.
45. NYS Legislature Special Session, 1976.
46. NYS Legislature Special Session, 1980.
47. NYS Lieutenant Governor, 1978.
48. NYS North Central Region, 1978.
49. NYS Pay Increase (State Workers), 1977.
50. NYS Politics, 1980.
51. NYS Presidential Delegates, 1976.
52. NYS Primary, 1972.
53. NYS Property Tax, 1977/78.
54. NYS Regional Development, 1964/65.
55. NYS Republican Party, 1976-78.
56. NYS Republican Party, 1980.
57. NYS Senate, 1972-80.
58. NYS Senate Primary, 1976.
59. NYS Special Prosecutor, 1976.
60. NYS Supreme Court Decisions, 1977.
61. NYS Taxes, 1978.
62. NYS Unions, 1978.
63. NYS Western Regions, 1978.
64. News Polls, 1974.
65. News Shield, 1973.
66. Niagara County, 1973-75.
67. Nicaragua, 1978/79.
68. Nixon, Richard, 1971-78.
68A. Nixon, Richard, 1971-78.
69. Nixon's Finances, 1973.
70. Nixon Resignation, 1974.

Box 7
Folder

1. No Fault Insurance, 1971-78.
2. "No Show", 1977.
3. North Carolina, 1976, 1978.
4. North Korea, 1979.
5. Nuclear Energy, 1979.
6. Nurses, 1977.
7. Nursing Homes, 1974-77.
8. Nyquist, Ewald, 1976/77.
9. Obscenity, 1975.
10. O'Connor, Frank, 1973.
11. O'Doherty, Kiernan, 1964, 1968-72, 1974/75.
12. O'Dwyer, Paul, 1968-71, 1975-77.
13. OEO (Office of Economic Opportunity), 1969, 1971, 1973.
14. Olivieri, Antonio, 1973/74.
15. Olympics, 1977-80.
16. Oneida, 1976.
17. Onondaga County, 1968-77.
18. OPEC (Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries), 1975.
19. Orange County, 1968, 1974.
20. Organization, 197[].
21. Orleans County, 1973/74.
22. Organized Crime, 1971-79.
23. OSHA, 1973-79.
24. Oswego County, 1975, 1977, 1980.
25. OTB (Off-Track Betting), 1974-78.
26. Ottinger, Richard, 1978, 1980.
27. Ozone Layer, 1977.
28. Padavan, Frank, 1972-74, 1978, 1980.
29. P.A.T. (Parents and Taxpayers), 1975.
30. Panama Canal, 1975.
31. Panama Canal, 1977/78.
32. Panama Canal, 1964, 1967, 1973-78.
33. Paolucci, Henry, 1964, 1970, 1973.
34. Parking Violations, 1976.
35. Parks, 1972, 1976-80.
36. Parkways, 1973.
37. Parole, 1977.
38. Party Enrollment, 1973.
39. Paterson, Lloyd, 1973.
40. Patriotism, 1973, 1975, 1977/78.
41. Patronage, 1975-77.
42. Pay Raises, 1977, 1979.
43. Pay Raises--Congress, 1973, 1977, 1979.
44. P.B.A. (Patrolmen's Benevolent Assoc.), 1977/78.
45. Peconic County, 1973.
46. Pennsylvania, 1978.
47. Pensions, 1971, 1974-78.
48. Pensions--NYC, 1977/78.
49. Pensions--NYS, 1971-78.
50. Pentagon Papers, 1971.
51. People's Temple, 1978.
52. Percy, Charles, 1964/65.
53. Perrini, Joseph, 1973, 1977.
54. Peyser, Peter A., 1975-79.
55. Phillips, Howard, [  ].
56. Pike, Otis, 1975/76.
57. Pisani, Joseph, 1977/78.
58. Plains, Georgia, 1976-78.
59. Platforms--1972.
60. Podell-Bertram, 1973.
61. Police, 1971-77.
62. Police, 1972-80.
63. Police Vests, 1979.

Box 8
Folder

1. . Political Action Conference, [  ].
2. Political Financing, 1978.
3. Politicians--NYC, 1972, 1975/76.
4. Politics, 1977.
5. Politics, 1978.
6. Politics, 1979.
7. Politics, 1980.
8. Pollution, 1971, 1973.
9. Polls, 1971-80.
10. Population Control, 1971/72.
11. Populism, 1972/73.
12. Pornography, 1971-79.
13. Port Authority, 1973-79.
14. Portugal, 1975.
15. Positions--NYS, 1972-75.
16. Polls--Presidential, 1972.
17. Polls--Primary, 1972.
18. Postal, 1975-78.
19. Post Card Registration, 1974, 1977.
20. Post Office, 1980.
21. POW & MIA, 1972-79.
22. Prayer in School, 1971, 1975, 1977.
23. Preiser, Jerry, 1977.
24. Presidency--Folder I, 1976.
25. Presidency--Folder II, 1976.
26. Presidency--Folder III, 1976.
27. President--Folder I, 1980.
28. President--Folder II, 1980.
29. Presidential Campaign, 1976.
30. Presidential Delegates, 1975/76.
31. Presidential Delegates, 1976, 1980.
32. Presidential Delegates, 1980.
33. Presidential Election, 1976.
34. Presidential Primary, 1972.
35. Presidential Primary, 1980.
36. Presidential Power, 1973, 1977.
37. Presidential Staff, 1975.
38. Presidential Staff, 1977.
39. Presidential Term, 1973.
40. Presidents, 1980.
41. Press, 1978.
42. Price Controls, 1971, 1973.
43. Primaries, General, 1962, 1965.
44. Primary (Governor & Statewide), 1974.
45. Primary (Mayoral), 1977.
46. Primary Results, 1977.
47. Primary, 1978.
48. Primary, CPNYS, 1978.
49. Primary Election Results, 1976.
50. Primary Election Results, 1980.
51. Primary Reform, 1972.
52. Prison, 1971-80.
53. Private School Aid, 1978.
54. Private Schools, 1978.
55. Procaccino, Mario, 1972/73.
56. Property Tax, 1972-79.
57. Proposition 13, 1978.
58. Propositions and Amendments, 1975.
59. Propositions and Amendments, 1979.
60. Prosecutor General, 1973.
61. Prosecutors, 1977.
62. Prostitution, 1971-79.
63. PSC (Public Service Commission), 1974/75, 1977-79.
64. Public School Financing, 1976, 1979.
65. Puerto Rico, 1977/78.
66. Purcell, Francis, 1977/78.
67. Putnam County, 1975, 1977/78, 1980.
68. Queens, 1983.
69. Queens Borough President, 1977.
70. Queens Citizens Organization, 1979.
71. Queens City Councilman-At-Large, 1977.
72. Queens College, 1978.
73. Queens County, 1971-80.
74. Queens County Conservative Party, 1967, 1978.
75. Queens County Council Races, 1977.
76. Queens County Republican Party, 1969, 1975/76.
77. Queens Crime. 1978.
78. Queens Democratic Party, 1974-77.
79. Queens (District), 1976.
80. Queens D.A., 1973-80.
81. Queens D.A. Race, 1977.
82. Queens Elections, 1975.

Box 9
Folder

1. Queens Elections, 1977.
2. Queens Law School, 1979/80.
3. Queens Police, 1978.
4. Queens Politics, 1967-80. Queens Polling Places, 1974.
5. Queens Primary, 1978.
6. Queens Subway, 1976, 1978.
7. Questionnaire, 1977.
8. Quotas, 1978, 1980.
9. Radiation, 1979.
10. Radicals, 1969, 1971, 1975-77.
11. Rape, 1977/78.
12. Ravitch, Richard, 1977.
13. Reagan, Ronald, 1973-1974.
14. Reagan, Ronald, 1975.
15. Reagan, Ronald, 1975.
16. Reagan, Ronald, 1976.
17. Reagan, Ronald, 1976.
18. Reagan, Ronald, 1976.
19. Reagan, Ronald, 1980.
20. Reagan Administration, 1980.
21. Reagan Delegates, 1980.
22. Reagan Staff, 1976-80.
23. Real Property, 1977, 1979.
24. Realty, 1976.
25. Realty Tax, 1977, 1979.
26. Reapportionment, 1971-76.
27. Reapportionment, 1980.
28. Rebozo, Bebe, 1971, 1973.
29. Recall (Judges), 1977.
30. Reclaiming Mortgages, Insurance, 1976-78
31. Red China, 1979.
32. Redistricting, 1974, 1977.
33. Re-elect Committee, 1972/73.
34. Referendums, 1978.
35. Regan, Edward, 1973-80.
36. Regents, 1976-79.
37. Registration--Mail Registration, 1976, 1980.
38. Regulation, 1978.
39. Regulatory Agencies, 1975.
40. Reid, Ogden, 1973/74.
41. Religion, 1975.

39. Religious Education, 1976.
40. Rensselaer County, 1968, 1970-73, 1975.
41. Rent Control, 1963-65, 1971, 1974-78.
42. Rent Law, 1972-76.
43. Republic of China, 1972/73.
Republican National Convention, 1972.
44. Republican National Convention, 1976.
45. Republican Party, 1971-80.
47. Republican Party National Platform, 1972.
48. Republican Presidential Primary, 1976.
49. Residency Law, 1978/79.
50. Revenue Sharing, 1971.
51. Reverse Discrimination, 1974-80.
52. Rhodesia, 1968, 1975-80.
53. Riccio, Vincent, 1977/78, 1980.
54. Richardson, Elliot, 1973, 1980.
. Richmond, Frederick, 1979.
55. Richmond County, 1968, 1972-76.
56. Richmond Hill, 1974/75, 1978/79.
57. Richmond Hill Republican Club, 1975/76.
58. Riesel, Victor, 1971.
59. Rikers Island, 1980.
60. Right to Information, 1977.
61. Right to Life, 1974-80.
62. Right to Privacy, 1974-77.
63. Right to Work, 1973, 1975, 1979.
64. Riots, 1968.

Box 10
Folder

1. Ripon Society, 1976.
2. Roar, 1975.
3. Roberts, Burton, 1973.
4. Rockaway Conservative Club, 1976.
5. Rockefeller, Nelson, 1973.
6. Rockefeller, Nelson, 1975.
7. Rockefeller, Nelson, 1976.
8. Rockefeller, Nelson, 1968-79.
9. Rockefeller Drug Plan, 1973.
10. Rohatyn, Felix, 1977.
11. Roncallo, Angelo, 1974.
12. Rosedale, 1977.
13. Rosenbaum, Richard, 1972/73.
14. Rosenberg, Julius and Ethel, 1975-78.
15. R.O.T.C., 1973.
16. Roth, Michael, 1978.
17. Roth Primary, 1978.
18. Rubin, Rose, 1977.
19. Rusher, William, 1973, 1975.
20. Russo, Lucio, 1973.
21. Russia, 1973-78.
22. Russia (Trade), 1979.
23. Saccharin, Ben, 1977.
24. Saffir, Len, 1976.
25. SALT, 1972-79.
26. Samuels, Howard, 1972-74.
27. Sanitation, 1977.
28. Safire, William, 1975.
29. Santucci, John, 1977-80.
30. Saxbe, Sen., 1973.
31. Scandal--Parking Meters, 1964.
32. Schaak, Ralph, 1962.
33. Schenectady, 1968-73.
34. Schlesinger, James, 1975.
35. Schlafly, Phyllis, 1975, 1978.
36. Schmidt, Godfrey, 1976.
37. Schmitz, John, 1972.
38. Scholastic Aptitude Tests, 1979.
39. School Board, 1975-80.
40. School Board #19 (Mike Long), 1976.
41. School Board #24, 1976-79.
42. School Board #26, 1978.
43. School Boards, 1977.
44. School Chancellor, 1973.
45. School Crossing Guards, 1977.
46. School Districts, 1977/78.
47. School Prayer, 1971-75.
48. School Racial Balance, 1978.
49. School Violence, 1978.
50. Schools, 1972-80.
51. Schools--NYC, 1972/73.
52. Schools--Retarded, 1972/73.
53. Schrage, Samuel, 1964.
54. Schwartz, Herman, 1976.
55. Schweiker, Richard, 1976.
56. Schuyler County, 1971.
57. Scotto, Anthony, [  ].
65. Scranton, 1961-65.
58. Search and Seizure, 1974, 1978.
59. S.E.C. (Securities and Exchange Commission), 1977/78.
60. Secret Service, 1975.
61. SEEK (Search for Education, Elevation and Knowledge), 1977.
62. Senator (US Senate Race in NY), 1974.
63. Senator (US), 1976.
64. Senior Citizens, 1975, 1977.
65. Senior Crime, 1977.
66. Sewers, 1971, 1973, 1976.
67. Sexual Discrimination, [  ].
68. Sex Education, 1979.
69. Seymour, W.N., 1972/73.
70. Shankar, Albert, 1973, 1980.
71. Shcharansky, Anatoly, 1978.
72. Shea, William, 1974.
73. Shriver, Sargent, 1972, 1975/76.
74. SIC (State Investigation Commission), 1963/64.
75. Silent Majority, 1972.
76. Simon, William E., 1976-80.
77. Sirica, Judge John, 1973/74.
78. Small Business Administration, 1972.
79. Smith, Henry P., 1973.
80. Smith, Francis X., 1969.
81. Smith, William T., 1973.
82. "Soap" (TV), 1977.
83. Social Security & SSI, 1975-80.
84. Social Services Department, 1977, 1979.
85. Socialist Workers Party, 1964.
86. Socialists, 1974.
87. Solicitor General (Nixon appointment of Robert Bork), 197[].
88. Solomon, Gerald, 1980.
89. Solzhenitsyn, Aleksandr, 1974-81.
90. Sorensen, Theodore, 1976/77.
91. South Africa, 1978.
92. South America, 1975, 1977.
93. Southeast Asia, 1975-78.
94. Soviet Trade, 1972.
95. Soviet Union, 1980.
96. Spain, 1975-78.
97. Special Schools, 1977.
98. Special Prosecutor, 1973.
99. Spending--US Government, 1972.
100. Speno, Edward, 1969.
101. SST, 1977.
102. St. Albans V.A. Hospital & Medical School, 1973.
103. State Banks, 1975.
104. State Committee--Conservative Party, 1964.

Box 11
Folder

1. State Committee Meeting, 1974.
2. State Committee Meeting, 1978.
3. State Constitutional Convention, 1965/66, 1975.
4. State Department, 1973.
5. State Governors, 1972/73.
6. State Investigation Commission, 1973.
7. State Liquor Authority, 1976, 1980.
8. State University, 1976/77.
9. State Racing and Waging Board, 1973.
10. State Supreme Court, 1974.
11. Statewide Ticket, 1978.
12. Stavisky-Goodman Law, 1977.
13. Stein, Andrew, 1975-77.
14. Steinberg, Arnold, 197[].
15. Steingut, Stanley, 1973-78.
16. Sterilizations, [  ].
17. Stevens, John Paul, 1975.
18. Stevenson, Adlai, 1965.
19. Stewart Airport, 1973.
20. Stocks and Bonds, 1976.
21. Stratton, Samuel, 1972-75, 1978.
22. Strikers' Jobless Benefits, 1977.
23. Strikes, 1965/66, 1971/72, 1979.
24. Student Fees, 1974.
25. Student Loans, 1976, 1978.
26. Student Voting, 1972.
27. Students, 1975.
28. Studio 54, 1978.
29. Stupp, Herbert, 1973.
30. Suburbs, 1978.
31. Suffolk County, 1968-79.
32. Suffolk County Conservative Party, 1972/73.
33. Sunday Closing Laws, 1973.
34. Sunday Sales, 1976/77.
35. Sunnyside, 1975.
36. Sunnyside Sports Complex, 1973.
37. Sunshine and Sunset Laws, 1977/78.
38. Supreme Court--Rehnquist & Powell, 1971.
39. Surrogates, 1977.
40. Surveillance, 1978.
41. Surveys, 1974, 1976.
42. Sutton, Percy, 1977.
43. Symbol--Conservative Party, 1972/73.
44. Taiwan, 1971, 1977-79.
45. Tax Credits, 1972/73, 1981.
46. Tax Revolt--Proposition 13, 1978-80.
47. Taxes--Federal, 1978-80.
48. Taxes (General), 1979.
49. Taxes--NYC, 1971-76.
50. Taxes--NYS, 1972-76.
51. Taxes (Property), 1978/79.
52. Taxis, 1971-73.
53. Taylor Law, 1973-80.
54. Teacher Assignment by Race (Discrimination), 1977.
55. Teachers, 1972.
56. Teachers' Unions, 1973.
57. Television, 1977/78.
58. Terrorism, 1977/78.
59. Texas, 1973, 1978.
60. Thailand, 1978.
61. Thatcher, Margaret, 1971, 1977, 1979/80.
62. Third World, 1961-64, 1976.
63. Thompson, Meldrin, 1977.
64. Tolls, 1973-78.
65. Toote, Gloria, 1977/78.
66. Torch, 1972.
67. Trade, 1972, 1977.
68. Trade with the Soviet Union, 1977.
69. Transit--NYS, 1964, 1972-79.
70. Transportation, 1965, 1975-79.
71. Transportation Bond, 1971.
72. Transportation Bond, 1973.
73. Trials, 1978.
74. "Trib" Pilot Issue, 6/1977.
75. "Trib", 1977/78.
76. "Trib"--1st edition, 1978.
77. Tristate Planning Agency, 1978.
78. Troy, Matthew, 1971-78.
79. Trucks, 1978.
80. Trump, Donald, 1979.
81. Turkey, 1974-78.
82. Two Party System, 1971.
83. Udall, Morris, 1975.
84. UDC (Urban Development Corporation), 1975.
85. UFT (United Federation of Teachers), 1975.
86. Uganda, 1972, 1977.
87. Ulster County, 1970/71, 1975.
88. Unemployment, [  ].
89. Unemployment Funds, 1974, 1977/78.
90. Unemployment--NYS, 1972-76.
91. UNICEF, 1965, 1975.
92. Unions, 1978/79, 1980, 1983.
93. United Nations, 1963-65.
94. United Nations, 1971-79.
95. US Appointments, 1978.
96. US Attorney General, 1975-77.
98. US Attorneys, 1977-80.
99. US Budget, 1978.
100. US Budget, 1979/80.

Box 12
Folder

1. US Census, 1978/79.
2. US. Constitutional Amendment, 1972/73.
3. US Court of Appeals, 1978.
4. US Finances, 1970-80.
5. US Grand Jury, 1976.
6. US Information Agency, 1972/73.
7. US Labor Party, 1976.
8. US Laws, 1974.
9. US Legislation, 1975.
10. US Legislation, 1976.
11. US Payroll, 1977.
12. US Post Office, 1976.
13. US Primaries, [1979].
14. US Prosecutor, [  ].
15. US Regulations, 1978.
16. US Senate--Folder 1, 1980.
17. US Senate--Folder 2, 1980.
18. US Senate, 1982.
19. US Senate Campaign, 1976.
20. US Senate Filing, 1976.
21. US Senate Primary, 1976.
22. US Senate Primary, 1980.
23. US Senate Race, 1976.
24. US Supreme Court, 1973-79, 1987.
25. US Supreme Court--Checks & Balances, 1977.
26. US Supreme Court Decisions, 1971, 1977/78, 1987.
27. US Tax, 1979/80.
28. US Trade, 1974.
29. US Trusts, 1979.
30. Universal Registration, 1977.
31. Urban, 1977.
32. Urban Politics, 1978.
33. Urban Development Corporation, 1971, 1975/76.
34. Utilities, 1978.
35. Value Added Tax, 1979.
36. Velella, Guy, 1972.
37. Velez, Ramon S., 1986.  38. Venereal Disease, 1973.
39. Vergari, Carl, 1978.
40. Veterans, 1972-79.
41. VFW--Legislative Program, 1977.
42. VFW (Queens), 1971, 1976.
43. Vice President, 1972, 1976, 1978.
44. Vietnam, 1977-79.
45. Vietnam Peace Plan, 1971-73, 1978.
46. Viguerie, Richard, 1974-78.
47. Violations (Parking), 1976.
48. Virginia, 1975.
49. Volunteer Army, 1974.
50. Voter Legislation, 1978.
51. Voter Reform, 1977.
52. Voter Registration, 1971-73, 1977-79.
53. Voting, 1978-80.
54. Vouchers, 1973, 1978.
55. Wachtler, Sol, 1973.
56. Wage & Price Controls, 1978.
57. Wagner, Robert, 1964, 1973.
58. Wagner, Robert F., Jr., 1977.
59. Wallace, George, 1972-78.
60. Walsh, William, 1973/74.
61. Ward, Walter, 1977.
62. Warnke, Paul, 1977.
63. War--Mideast, 1973.
64. War Power, 1973.
65. Washington County, 1978.
66. Washington, D.C. Amendment, 1978/79.
67. WASP, 1974.
68. Wayne County, 1976.
69. Wayne, John, 1976.
70. Weinstein, Moses, 1977.
71. Welfare Reform, 1977-79.
72. Welfare, 1975/76.
73. Wells, William, 1972-74.
74. Wemple, Clark, 1977.
75. West Germany, 1976/77.
76. Westchester County, 1968-80.
77. Western Union, 1976.
78. Wharton, Rep., 1962.
79. Westway Plan, 1977/78.
80. Wheat, 1975.
81. White, F. Clifton, 1973.
82. Who Represents You, 1981, 1983.
83. Willowbrook, 1972/73.
84. Wilson, Lyle, 1962.
85. Wilson, Malcolm, 1974.
86. Wolff, Lester, 1973.
87. Women, 1974-79.
88. Woodside, 1974.
89. Woodside Herald, 1975.
90. World Bank, 1977.
91. Wright, Judge Bruce, 1974, 1979.
92. Wright, Sam, 1977.
93. Yankee Stadium, 1973.
94. YAF, 1971, 1973, 1977.
95. York College (Jamaica), 1978.
96. Young, Andrew, 1977/78.
97. Young Republicans, 1971.
98. Youth, 1971.
99. Youth, 1971-78.
100. Youth Crime, 1976-78.
101. Youth Criminal Law, 1978.
102. Youth Rights, 1977.
103. Zaire, 1977.
104. Ziegler, Ron, 1975.
105. Zoning, 1964/65, 1976.
106. Zucotti, John, 1975, 1978.


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Series 9: Queens County Files

Box 1
Folder

1. American Heritage Dinner--Saluting Mario A. Procaccino, 1974.
2. American Heritage Dinner--Saluting Malcolm Wilson, 1975.
3. American Heritage Dinner--Saluting Harold Brown, 1976.
4. American Heritage Dinner--Saluting Michael J. Maye, 1977.
5. American Heritage Dinner--Saluting Stephen J. Crowley, 1978.
6. American Heritage Dinner--Saluting Edward V. Regan, 1979.
7. American Heritage Dinner--Saluting Lewis Lehrman, 1980.
8. Annual Dinner Dance, 1969.
9. Annual Dinner Dance, 1971-77.
10. Annual Dinner Dance, 1979.
11. Annual Dinner Dance, 1980.
12. Bulletins, 1976.
13. Bulletins, 1978.
14. Candidates, 1978.
15. Candidates, 1985.
16. Christmas Party, 1979.
17. Conservative Party Clubs, 1975.
18. Correspondence, 1977/78.
19. Designating Petitions for Conservative Party--Queens County Leaders, 1975.
20. Dinner Journals, 1976, 1980, 1982.
21. Executive Committee, 1979.
22. Executive Committee, 1980.
23. Executive Committee--Rules & Regulations, 1978.
24. Executive Committee--Rules & Regulations, 1979.
25. Executive Committee--Rules & Regulations, 1980.
26. Meeting Minutes, 1980.
27. Meeting Notices, 1982.
28. Organizing Meeting--Proxies, 1980.
29. Queens County Committee Members, 1974.
30. Queens County Conservative Party Lists--Officers, District & Associate District Leaders, 1980.
31. Questionnaire by Queens County Conservative Party on Biaggi--Folder 1, [  ].
32. Questionnaire by Queens County Conservative Party on Biaggi--Folder 2, [  ].


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Series 10: Buckley Files--James L. Buckley

Box 1
Folder

1. Buckley vs. Valeo--Motions and Correspondence, 1975.
2. Campaign Material, 1971, 1976.
3. Campaign Material--Speeches and Television Transcripts--Folder 1, 1968.
4. Campaign Material--Speeches and Television Transcripts--Folder 2, 1968.
5. Friends of Jim Buckley--Reelection Material, 1976.
6. Memoranda to the News Media, 1972/73.
7. Newsletters, 1971-75.
8. News Releases--Folder 1, 1968.
9. News Releases--Folder 2, 1968.
10. News Releases--Folder 1, 1970.
11. News Releases--Folder 2, 1970.
12. News Releases, 1971, 1973/74.

Box 2
Folder

Buckley Files--James L. Buckley (cont.)

13. News Releases, 1974/75.
14. News Releases, News Releases, 1976.

Buckley Files--William F. Buckley

15. Clippings, 1967, 1974/75, 1978-80.
16. Correspondence, 1963, 1965-70, 1976, 1979, 1982.
17. Mayoral Race, 1965.
18. Position Papers for Mayoral Race, 1965.


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Series 11: Audiovisuals, 1993-2004

Audiocassette Tapes
“Bankruptcy,” New York Conservative Party, October 23, 1995
“Blue,” NYSCP Campaign Committee Radio, :60, October 30, 1996
“Chops,” NYSCP, :60, October 21, 1997
“Dicker Radio Show,” March 25, 1999
“Even Better,” NYSCP Radio Program, :60, September 30, 1998
“Even Better,” NYSCP, October 2, 1998
“Fred Dicker Show with Mike Long,” January 22, 1998
“Get It,” NYSCP, January 25, 1996
“Get It,” NYSCP, February 9, 1996
“Kemp,” New York State Conservative Party, :60, undated
“Michael Blomberg,” Sean Hannity WABC Am, 60:00, June 6, 2001
“Michael Long,” WABC AM Radio, November 30, 1999
“Michael Long with Pat Cunnengham,” Radio Show, June 11, 1996
“MRL,” with NBC CH.4, November 11, 1997
“MRL on Fred Dicker Radio Program,” August 14, 1998
“On the Line,” WNYC Michael Long, December 2, 1999
“Onondaga City Meeting,” January 12, 1993
“Pataki Express,” Nassau County Conservative Party, October 9, 1998
“Silver, Follow, Tax Cut,” Change NY, :60, March 23, 1995
“Teeth 3,” NYSCP Radio Program, :60, June 16, 1997
“Too Far,” NYSCP, June 3, 1996
“Unborn Victim,” NYSCP Radio Program, :60, March 26, 2002
“Vote,” NYSCP Campaign Committee Radio, :60, October 30, 1996
“Wisdom,” NYSCP Radio Program, :60, June 20, 1997

Compact Disks
“NYSCP Bundle,” AVI MOV ASF, undated
“NYSCP Snapshot,” AVI MOV MPEG, July 13, 2000
“Operation TV Spot,” Warfield And Company AVI MOV, undated

Videocassette Tapes, VHS
“Abortion Interview with Michael Long,” NY1 TV News, 2:41, August 18, 1999
“Alan Roth,” New York Market RNN Big Story, :19, October 3, 2000
“Assemblyman John J. Faso Speech,” Republican State Convention, May 25, 1994
“Bogsted For The Conservative Party,” The EGC Group, :30, undated
“Boycott the Boss,” unknown, undated
“Bush Conservative Lunch,” July 14, 2000
“Bush For President,” Conservative Party of New York, 5:28, May 12, 2000
“Bush for President,” Conservative Party of New York, 5:28, May 12, 2000
“Bush Headlines New York State Conservative Party Luncheon,” New York Market WABC News, :19, July 14, 2000
“Charter Revision Protest,” NY1 News, 1:21, August 5, 1999
“Compassion,” CPTV New York Conservative Party, :30, February 9, 1996
“Compassion,” CPTV New York Conservative Party, :30, February 13, 1996
“Conservative Party Dinner,” NY1 News, 1:39, May 20, 1999
“Crossfire,” CNN National Cable Market, 4:50, February 7, 2000
“Face Off,” Episode 1016, October 27, 2003
“Face Off,” Episode 1036, April 26, 2004
“Face Off,” unknown episode, undated
“Face Off,” Unknown Episode, October 19
“Face Off,” Unknown Episode, September 9, 1999
“Face Off,” Unknown Episode, June 28
“Face Off,” Unknown episode, April 13, 2000
“FBI,” Betty Hoffman for Senate, :30, February 24, 1995
“Finally, State,” Marlin for Mayor, 1:00:00, October 16, 1993
“Finest & Bravest,” New York State Conservative Party, :10, June 29, 2001
“Gray for Mayor,” Sit down, :30, October 17, 2001
“Gray For Mayor,” Sit Down, :30, October 17, 2001
“Hardball CNBC, Brit Hume FNC, WNBC,” Michael Long TV News, November 30, 1999
“Hillary Clinton Complains About Mailers From Conservatives,” National Market, 9:25, July 17, 2000
“Hoops,” NY State Conservative Party, :30, October 17, 1997
“Inside City Hall,” NY-1-TV Interview with Mike Long, 21:56, January 23, 1998
“Inside City Hall,” NY1 Michael Long, December 3, 1999
“Inside City Hall,” NY1 News, December 30, 1999
“Inside City Hall,” NY1 New York Market, 5:30, March 6, 2001
“Interview with Mike Long Discusses Hillary Clinton” FNC TV Special Report with Brit Home, 3:54, June 4, 1999
“Interview with Michael Long,” NY1 TV News, August 7, 1999
“Interview with Mike Long,” New York Market WABC Eyewitness News Upclose, 22:07, June 10, 2001
“Key Issues Facing NY Voters,” unknown, undated
“Larry King Live,” CNN national Cable Market, 9:13, February 7, 2000
“Lazio/G.W. Busch,” NYSCP Footage, 55:00, undated
“Lazio’s Concession Speech,” New York Market WNYW NY1 News, November 7, 2000
“Lulac Speech,” George W. Bush, undated
“Michael Long,” WNBC News, 3:19, August 6, 1999
“Michael Long,” NY1 News, 3:48, August 7, 1999
“Michael Long,” CBS TV Sunday Edition, 22:00, August 22, 1999
“Michael Long,” WNBC TV News Forum, December 5, 1999
“Michael Long,” WCBS Sunday Edition News, 11:00, January 9, 2000
“Michael Long & Pat Buchanan” NY1 News, 4:37, January 8, 2000
“Michael Long,” WNBC New York Market, 3:17, May 1, 2000
“Michael Long,” NY1 Inside City Hall, 2:43, May 1, 2000
“Michael Long,” FNC Fox News Now, 5:30, May 1, 2000
“Michael Long,” FNC Special Report with Brit Hume, 2:36, May 1, 2000
“Michael Long,” MNBC Special Edition, 5:50, May 19, 2000
“Mike Long,” National Cable Market MNBC The News with Brian Williams, 6:40, July 7, 2000
“Mike Long,” National Cable Market FNC Special Report with Brit Hume, 3:02, July 7, 2000
“Mike Long,” New York Market WLIW Face Off, 30:00, October 20, 2000
“Mike Long” New York Market WCBS, 2:55, April 28, 2000
“Mike Long May Not Back Guiliani,” WCBS New York Market, :54, March 21, 2000
“Mrs. Don Sutton Premature Baby,” February 1997
“Nassau County Tax,” WABC WNBC WCBS News, August 10, 1999
“Nassau County Tax,” WABC News, 2:31, August 11, 1999
“National Cable Market,” Michael Long, The O’Reilly Factor, 5:13, April 3, 2000
“National Cable Market,” Governor George Pataki, PBS NewsHour with Jim Lehrer, 9:30, April 12, 2000
“National Cable Market,” Michael Long, FNC Fox News Now, 1:50, May 18, 2000
“National Cable Market,” FNC Special Report with Brit Hume, New York Conservative Party, 3:25, June 1, 2000
“National Cable Market,” Special with Brit Hume Michael Long, 2:15, September 18, 2000
“National Cable Market,” Michael Long, FNC Special Report with Brit Hume, 2:30, September 28, 2000
“National Right to Life Partial Birth Abortion Spots,” 3:23, August 21, 1998
“New York Conservative Party Annual Fund Raising,” undated
“New York Conservative Party Luncheon,” New York Market, WCBS News WABC News WNBC News, July 14, 2000
“New York Market,” Michael Long, Rudy Giuliani, WCBS News 2 at 6, 2:52, April 10, 2000
“New York Market,” Michael Long, New York Conservative Party, WB11 Ten O’clock News, 2:40, May 22, 2000
“New York Market,” Michael Long, WPIX Ten O’clock News, 4:50, May 22, 2000
“New York Market,” Michael Long, NY1 Close Up, 11:50, May 23, 2000
“New York Market,” Inside City Hall Michael Long, 2:15, September 18, 2000
“New York Market,” WNYW The Ten O’clock News, 2:30, September 28, 2000
“New York Market,” Michael Long would give Party Seat to Giuliani, WCBS First News at 4, 5:00, September 24, 2001
“New York Market,” Michael Long would give Party Seat to Giuliani, WNBC NBC News Channel 4, 3:00, September 24, 2001
“New York Market,” Michael Long would give Party Seat to Giuliani NY1, Inside City Hall, 3:00, September 24, 2001
“New York Market,” WNBC Eyewitness News at 6, 2:57, October 3, 2001
“New York Senate Race,” WNYW Fox FNC Special Report with Brit Hume, February 8, 2000
“Not Worth Dying For” American Conservative Union, August 3, 1994
“New York Conservative Party Annual Fund Raising Dinner,” FNC Fox News Now, :50, May 18, 2000
“New York Conservative Party Annual Fund Raising Dinner,” FNC Special Report with Brit Hume, 8:20, May 19, 2000
“New York State Dinner,” Conservative Party, 1995
“Partial Birth Abortion,” Nightline Show WABC, undated
“Pataki for Governor,” Nassau Suffolk State, 1:30:00, undated
“Pataki Spots,” West East Central Nassau Suffolk State, 3:00:00, undated
“Peas In A Pod,” London for Governor Commercial, Undated
“Road to City Hall,” NY1 New York Market, March 6, 2001
“Schumer’s Shame,” O’Grady For Senate, undated
“See Your Doctor,” New York State Conservative Party, :30, September 15, 2000
“See Your Doctor,” New York State Conservative Party, :30, September 19, 2000
“Segment Featuring Michael Long,” News, 5:00, February 28, 2000
“Segments Featuring Rudy Giuliani & Michael Long,” undated
“Silent,” New York State Conservative Party, :30, February 29, 1996
“Snapshots,” New York State Conservative Party, :30, May 26, 2000
“Snapshots,” New York State Conservative Party, :30, June 2, 2000
“Special Report with Brit Hume,” FNC National Cable Market, 2:50, April 14, 2000
“The Conservative Century” ACU, undated
“The Conservative Next Door,” New York Conservative Party, October 11, 1994
“The Conservative Next Door,” New York Conservative Party, undated
“The Conservative Next Door,” New York Conservative Party, undated
“The Conservative Party,” Silent & Compassion, 1:00:00, February 27, 1996
“The Incredible Shrinking Billionaire,” New York State Conservative Party, :30, undated
“The Incredible Shrinking Billionaire” New York State Conservative Party, :30, undated
“The Open Mind,” Dr. Anne A. Paolucci, September 15, 1998
“The Perfect Liberal Couple,” O’Grady for Senate, undated
“The Ten O’ Clock News,” WNYW New York Market, 2:35, April 14, 2000
“Truth,” National Smokers Alliance, :30, January 26, 2000
“Welfare,” NY Conservative Party NYCP TV, :10, October 8, 1994
“Welfare Perks Taxes,” New York Conservative Party, October 10, 1994
“Winning with Ideas, The Incredible Shrinking Billionaire,” New York Conservative Party, 1:00:00, October 18, 2002
“Yankee Baby,” American Conservative Union, September 8, 2000


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