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Part I: New York State File, 1952-1962 (continued)
Subject File, 1952-1961 (continued)
Miscellaneous, 1955-1961, undated
Moses, Robert, 1954-1959, undated
New York, N.Y., 1955-1958
(2 folders)
New York State Liquor Authority, 1955-1957
(1 folder)
BOX I:13 (1 folder)
New York State Planning Board, 1955-1960
(4 folders)
New York State Tenure Commission, 1959
Notes, 1960, undated
Parole, Joseph Lanza, 1957-1961
Parole and extradition, 1957-1960
Police, 1954-1961
Political appointments, notes, 1957, undated
(3 folders)
Public safety,federal, 1956-1958
Public Works Department, 1956-1958
BOX I:14 Puerto Rican workers, 1957-1958, undated
Greater New York Association, 1956
(2 folders)
Harness, 1955-1956
(2 folders)
Horse racing, 1952-1957
(2 folders)
Railroads, 1958-1959
Renault, 1955-1960
(2 folders)
BOX I:15 Republican legislators, roll calls, 1958
Republican Party, 1955-1960
(3 folders)
Teaching file, 1952-1957
Traffic safety
Accident statistics, injuries, 1958-1959
(2 folders)
Alfred A. Knopf, Inc., 1959-1961
Campbell, Horace E., 1960
BOX I:16 Citizens Council on Traffic Safety, 1957-1960
Domey, Richard G., 1958-1961
Dunlap and Associates, 1959-1961
(2 folders)
General, 1957-1961, undated
(4 folders)
Haddon, William
Correspondence, 1958-1961
BOX I:17 Reports, 1960
Moseley, Alfred L., 1960
Notes, 1959-1961, undated
Traffic Safety magazine, interview with W. Averell Harriman
Background material, 1955-1958
(2 folders)
General, 1958
(3 folders)
Traffic Safety Policy Coordination Committee, 1957-1958
(2 folders)
Wakeland, Henry H., 1960-1961
Wages, New York, N.Y., 1961-1962, undated
BOX I:18 Welfare, 1959-1961
(2 folders)
Workmen's compensation, 1957-1960
(3 folders)
BOX I:18-22 Speeches and Writings File, 1955-1962
Correspondence, memoranda, speeches, book reviews, articles, book drafts, research material, notes, newspaper clippings, and printed matter pertaining mainly to Moynihan's research at Syracuse University and his activities as a member of the New York State Democratic Party.
Arranged alphabetically by type of material and therein chronologically or alphabetically.
BOX I:18 Research material
Catholics, 1961, undated
Crime, 1957, undated
Clippings, 1959-1960, undated
Correspondence, 1959-1961, undated
BOX I:19 Notes, undated
(5 folders)
Printed matter, 1957-1960, undated
Parochial schools, 1961, undated
(3 folders)
BOX I:20 1961, undated
(3 folders)
Apr. 30, “Epidemic on the Highways,” Reporter
(3 folders)
June 11, “A Second Look at the School Panic,” Reporter
Untitled article about crime
Apr. 14, “New Roads and Urban Chaos,” Reporter
May-June, “Public Health and Traffic Safety,” Journal of Criminal Law
Autumn, “Changing Governors–and Policies,” Public Administration Review (coauthored with Clark D. Ahlberg)
BOX I:21 “Billions for Defense–Highways”
May 25, “How Catholics Feel About School Aid,” St. Jude
June 8, “When the Irish Ran New York,” Reporter
June, “Bosses and Reformers,” Commentary
July 6, “The Private Government of Crime,” Reporter
“The Oldest, Established....”
“The Safety Council Plays It Safe”
“New York Under Harriman” (unpublished)
Draft, 1962, undated
(6 folders)
BOX I:22 (7 folders)
General, 1962
Reviews, 1959-1960
Traffic safety proposal, undated
“Consumer Politics in Action,” undated
List of Moynihan's publications, 1959-1960
Reporter, 1958-1961, undated
(2 folders)
Unidentified, 1955, undated
BOX I:23-108 Part I: Department of Labor, 1957-1966
BOX I:23-24 Appointment Books, 1961-1964
Appointment books recording Moynihan's personal and public activities while assistant to the secretary of labor and assistant secretary of labor for policy planning and research.
Arranged chronologically by year.
BOX I:23 1961-1963
(7 folders)
BOX I:24 1964
BOX I:24-28 Correspondence, 1961-1965
Alphabetical and chronological correspondence, including attached and appended material, between Moynihan and staff, government officials, friends, acquaintances, and the general public. The majority of the letters in the chronological file are outgoing.
They are arranged by month and year. The alphabetical correspondence is arranged by type of letter and therein chronologically.
BOX I:24 Alphabetical
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