Schuyler Center for Analysis and Advocacy
Records, 1872-2004
SC19816

Quantity: 108 boxes plus six folios not in boxes (36.5 cubic ft.)
Access: Open to research
Acquisition: Records donated to New York State Library by SCAA, November 1992.
Processed by: Aimee Morgan, Student Assistant, Manuscripts and Special Collections
Fall 2004

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Historical Note:

The Schuyler Center for Analysis and Advocacy (SCAA) was founded as the State Charities Aid Association in 1872 by Louisa Lee Schuyler. Schuyler was the daughter of a prominent New York family and a great-granddaughter of both Gen. Phillip Schuyler and Alexander Hamilton. No stranger to activism, she had helped organize the Women's Central Association of Relief during the Civil War. (The Women's Central Association of Relief became the United States Sanitary Commission, a predecessor of International Red Cross.) In charge of organizing all services needed by the Union soldiers, the Sanitary Commission created an independent system of transportation to ensure the receipt of supplies; prepared simple health pamphlets to train inexperienced officers about field nutrition and campsite selection, and disbursed almost five million dollars in cash and over fifteen million dollars in supplies. Under Schuyler's leadership, 25,000 packages were successfully classified and forwarded to northern troops, with only one package lost.

Schuyler was exhausted by her war efforts, and returned to health only after several years of rest abroad. After returning to the United States, she became interested in the problem of bad conditions in state poorhouses and almshouses after reading reports from the New York State Board of State Commissioners of Public Charities. Schuyler began organizing visiting committees of concerned citizens who would tour state institutions, make notes on what they saw, and act as advocates for improved conditions.

These visiting committees led to the formation of the State Charities Aid Association, which met for the first time on May 11, 1872, in the dining room of Schuyler's parents' home on West 31st Street in New York City. A nonprofit, nonsectarian organization supported by voluntary contributions, its stated mission was to "promote an active interest in the New York State Institutions of Public Charities" and "to make the present pauper system more efficient and to bring about such reforms in it as may be in accordance with the most enlightened views of Christianity, Science, and Philosophy." A constitution and by-laws drafted by Schuyler were considered at the association's first meeting, and several committees were formed: committees on children, adult able-bodied paupers, and hospitals. Theodore Dwight was elected president, and Louisa Lee Schuyler vice-president. Founding members included William Cullen Bryant, Mrs. Hamilton Fish, future governor Levi P. Morton, and Frederick Law Olmstead. SCAA was formally incorporated by an act of the New York State Legislature several years later, on March 11, 1881.

SCAA quickly emerged as a powerful force within the state. One of its earliest accomplishments, in 1873, was the establishment of the nation's first training school for nurses at New York City's Bellevue Hospital, modeled on Florence Nightingale's school in London. An early legislative victory was the Children's Law of 1875, which removed children from state poorhouses. In 1881, SCAA's visiting committees were legally guaranteed the right to inspect state facilities by the Right of Entrance Law. In 1890, a State Care Act, requiring state responsibility for care of the insane, was passed after a four-year legislative battled initiated by SCAA. At the time, it was considered the most sweeping legislative provision on behalf of the insane ever enacted in the United States. In 1906, the SCAA Sub-Committee for After-Care of the Insane was formed to recognize post-institutional needs. With the foundation of the Child Adoption Committee in 1898, SCAA became involved in finding homes for orphaned and abandoned children through its Child Adoption and Placement Service, which continued until 1965. Tuberculosis prevention and treatment was another early issue of concern, and SCAA's work in this area continued well into the twentieth century. Areas of concern to SCAA in the mid-twentieth century, the period from which much of this collection dates, include family planning, chronic illness and disability, welfare reform, and care for the elderly. Today, SCAA focuses its efforts on the areas of child care and early education, child support, child welfare, education policy and finance, employment training and workforce development, health care policy and finance, mental health services, low income tax policy, and welfare and income maintenance.

Advocating for changes in New York State legislation was a primary activity of SCAA from the start. The association helped to draft the first public health law and the first modern public welfare laws in New York State. In 1927 the Welfare Legislative Information Bureau (later the Legislative Information Bureau) was created to disseminate information about proposed legislation in SCAA's fields of interest to local SCAA committees and other interested organizations. SCAA advocated strongly for revision of the state constitution at the time of the Constitutional Convention in 1967, but proposed changes were never adopted.

For most of its history, SCAA was governed by a board of managers. Today the governing body is a board of trustees. During its earliest years, SCAA's reputation was bolstered by the service of numerous prominent New Yorkers on the board. These board members included Theodore Roosevelt, Elihu Root, Alfred E. Smith, Grace Dodge and Henry Morgenthau.

SCAA's first executive director was hired in 1889. Below is a complete list of SCAA executive directors:

John H. Finley, 1889-1892
Homer Folks, 1893-1946
Rowland Burnstan, 1947-1948
Harry S. Mustard, 1950-1955
Wilson G. Smillie, 1955-1957
Gordon E. Brown, 1957-1976
Thomas McKenna, 1976-1985
Warren G. Billings, 1985-1996
Karen Schimke (President and CEO). 1996-

The most notable of these executive directors was Homer Folks, a humanitarian, social engineer, and respected statesman in public health and welfare. Folks was an uncommonly effective spokesman for social change, an inspired public educator, bill drafter, lobbyist and advisor to many of New York's governors, including Theodore Roosevelt, Alfred E. Smith and Franklin Roosevelt. Folks recognized the causal relationship between poverty and illness - that the problems of public health and public welfare were inseparable. He was instrumental in the drafting and passage of New York's Health and Public Welfare Laws and the formation of the U.S. Public Health Service.

A possible name change for the association was first discussed in the 1920s. Board members were concerned that the word "charities" in the name suggested charitable giving, which caused confusion among those not familiar with the organization. Direct financial support to individuals and organizations was never a part of SCAA's mission. However, there was also concern that a name change would separate the organization from its growing history of accomplishment under the original name. In 1967, a compromise was reached: the name was changed to State Communities Aid Association. The troublesome term "charities" was removed, but the familiar initials remained. In 2000, the name was changed once again to Schuyler Center for Analysis and Advocacy, in honor of SCAA's founder.

SCAA's activities within the general fields of public welfare and public health have been extremely varied over its lengthy history; it is difficult to summarize the accomplishments of the organization. A comprehensive timeline of SCAA milestones from 1873-2003 is available online at http://www.scaany.org/about/milestones.php. There is also extensive historical information on SCAA in the collection itself, particularly in the historical folders at the beginning of Series 1. The annual reports found in Series 8 provide a broad overview of SCAA activities on a year-to-year basis. The board minutes in Series 2 contain more detailed information about SCAA governance.

Scope and Content Note:

In 1990, SCAA transferred to the Manuscripts and Special Collections Unit of the New York State Library 100 years of agency materials dating from 1872-1972. (Since 1990, a few materials from 1973-2004 have been added.) Included are meeting minutes, correspondence files, extensive publications and reports, committee files, subject files and photographs. In its entirety, the collection provides a look at SCAA that is both broad and deep. It is possible to trace shifts in the priorities and programs of SCAA over an extended period of time, and to observe how these shifts mirrored changes in the political, social, and economic climate of New York State. The collection is a tremendous resource for those interested in health, public welfare, and social work in New York, as well as for those interested in the history of nonprofit public advocacy organizations from the 1870s through today.

This record group is organized into 11 series:

Series 1: Organizational Files, 1872-1982. 10 boxes (3.33 cubic ft.)
This series consists of file related to the overall organization of SCAA, as well as historical documents covering its earliest years.

Topics covered in the historical files include a historical overview of SCAA, the legal incorporation of SCAA, the history of SCAA's Child Adoption Service, and early SCAA leaders (including Louisa Lee Schuyler, Homer Folks, and Hannah Ida Curry). There is a scrapbook of SCAA-related news clippings (1872-1873), as well as information on 70th and 100th anniversary events. Early activities of the association are documented through general meeting minute books (1872-1919) and executive committee meeting minute books (1872-1882). There are also early membership record books (1880-1909).

This series also contains meeting minutes and other records from numerous SCAA committees, including the Committee on Children, the Finance Committee, the New York City Committee on Child Welfare, and the State Committee on Children and Public Welfare (renamed the State Committee on Children and Community Services in the late 1960s).

Following the committee files are a few files related to other aspects of SCAA, including a financial account book (1953-1955), a statement of rules and procedures from 1947, and a record of all publications released (1911-1949).

The final box in this series contains two bound volumes: a volume of annual meeting minutes (1920-1967), and meeting minutes from the Investments and Finance Committee (1967-1979).

Series 2: Board of Managers, 1880-1971. 11 boxes (3.67 cubic ft.)
This series consists primarily of meeting minutes from the board of managers, the governing body of SCAA. Minutes (1880-1971) are organized chronologically in bound volumes. At the end of the series is one box of unbound meeting notices, agendas, and minutes (1952-1957). This series provides a detailed look at SCAA's main decision-making body over an extended period of time. The minutes include discussion of committee activities, board appointments, budget concerns, legislative issues, and significant SCAA programs and projects.

Series 3: Executive Director Files, 1948, 1955-1974. 11 boxes (3.67 cubic ft.)
This series consists of files from the office of the executive director, a paid employee responsible for overseeing the day-to-day operations of SCAA's main office. These files date primarily from the tenure of Gordon E. Brown, who was appointed executive director in 1957 and served until his retirement in 1974.

There are two main subseries. The first is an alphabetical file series which contains a mix of administrative and subject files. Although a few of these files concern the operation of the SCAA office and staff, there are many that reflect special projects carried out under Brown's supervision. Particularly significant in the late 1950s and early 1960s was SCAA's work in the field of chronic illness and chronic disabilities. There is extensive coverage of this subject, particularly of a grant-funded study of chronic illness services conducted in Niagara County. The study is documented through correspondence, grant applications, and reports on the study's progress. Other topics in the files include family planning, hospitals, and medical care of the indigent. There is also some of Brown's correspondence organized alphabetically from the first letter of the correspondent's last name; however, the correspondence files cover only the first half of the alphabet.

The second subseries consists of the executive director's files on the board of managers and the Executive Committee. These files are arranged chronologically, spanning 1967 to 1973.

Series 4: Public Relations Director Files, 1946-1981, 1983. 21 boxes (7 cubic ft.)
This series consists of files from the office of SCAA's public relations director (whose title varied slightly over the years). The files mostly date from the tenure of John McMahon, who held the position from 1957 until his retirement in 1985. A few files appear to have belonged to McMahon's predecessor, Gordon Brown, who was public relations director prior to becoming executive director in 1957.

The public relations director's files contain a mix of administrative and subject files. There is extensive correspondence, most of which is filed under the correspondent's name. The PR director maintained files on nearly all members of the SCAA board of managers; these files primarily consist of correspondence, board member curricula vitae, and occasional press clippings and press releases. Subject files cover many issues of concern to SCAA in the second half of the twentieth century: welfare reform, water pollution, family planning, chronic illness and disability, and many others. Subject files on historical SCAA leaders Louisa Lee Schuyler, Homer Folks and Elsie Bond complement the historical materials found in Series 1. The public relations director wrote and edited many official SCAA publications, including annual reports and the irregularly-published serial Viewpoint; this series documents work on these publications.

The files are arranged alphabetically. However, it appears that a large number of files between G and S are missing. No explanation for the gap in files is available.

Near the end of the series is a subseries of files on the board of managers and the executive committee. This subseries is arranged chronologically, spanning the years 1970 to 1985. It consists of correspondence, minutes and notes by the public relations director concerning board and committee meetings.

Series 5: County Public Welfare Committees, 1908-1942, 1944-1974, 1976, 1979. 8 boxes (2.67 cubic ft.)
SCAA's County Public Welfare committees were local organizations that acted in cooperation with SCAA to improve public welfare in many counties throughout New York State. This series consists of reports and notes made by SCAA staff members as a result of field visits to these counties and conversations with county committee members. The files also contain materials produced by the county committees themselves, such as constitutions, meeting minutes and reports.

Materials in this collection were originally organized in binders by county. This organizational scheme has been retained, but the materials have been transferred to folders. In two cases, a folder is labeled with the name of a city rather than the name of a county. These represent cases in which a local committee acted within a single city rather than county-wide; they were originally filed in the same alphabetical arrangement as the county committees.

Series 6: Legislative Information Bureau, 1927-1935, 1938, 1940, 1942-1951, 1953, 1955-1972. 14 boxes (4.67 cubic ft.)
For several decades SCAA's Legislative Information Bureau compiled information on proposed New York State legislation into bulletins, which were distributed to subscribers throughout the state. These bulletins describe legislation in fields representing SCAA's broad range of interests, including family and child welfare, public welfare, mental health, medical care, and care of the elderly. Elsie M. Bond was the first SCAA staff member to compile these bulletins while serving as executive secretary. In later years, SCAA employed a director of legislative information to oversee the production of the bulletins.

The bulletins are arranged chronologically by year. Through 1969, SCAA organized each bulletin by topic; subscribers could elect to receive all bulletins, or only bulletins within a particular field of interest. Bulletins contained a summary of proposed legislation relevant to a topic, and in some cases brief editorial commentary on the legislation's significance. A special category of bulletins, action bulletins, described action that had been taken on legislation described fully in previous topical bulletins.

In 1970, SCAA stopped dividing bulletins by topic, designating them only as regular, special, or action bulletins. Regular bulletins generally covered legislation in SCAA's traditional fields on interest; special bulletins covered other legislation that was deemed important by SCAA staff.

Series 7: Subject Files, 1909, 1914, 1918, 1920, 1923, 1925, 1928, 1933-1935, 1939-1945, 1949, 1951-1952, 1957, 1961-1967, 1970, 1981-1982, 1991, 2003 3 boxes (1 cubic ft.)
This series consists of files related to a number of issues and SCAA projects. Their office of origin is unclear. Three main topics are especially prominent. The first is family planning (1964-1965). SCAA was active in the campaign to repeal sections 1142 and 1145 of the New York State Penal Code, which restricted the distribution of contraceptives. The second is abortion law (1970). SCAA, along with numerous other social welfare organizations, was concerned with managing the demand for abortions in New York City once the procedure became legal in July 1970. The final topic which is heavily documented in this series is the New York State Constitutional Convention of 1967. Other topics addressed include child welfare, the Foster Homes for Children campaign, and the Statewide Emergency Network for Social and Economic Security. There is also a folder containing programs from various SCAA meetings and conferences.

Series 8: Publications, 1873-1952, 1955-1974, 1976, 1979-1981, 1989-2004. 24 boxes (8 cubic ft.)
This series consists of several subseries. The first is a near-complete run of SCAA annual reports (1873-1973), arranged chronologically. (Missing are reports for 1875-1883, 1885, 1890-1892, 1896-1897, 1899, 1919, and 1953-1954, but many of these are found in the bound volumes mentioned below.) One additional report from 2003 is also included. Following the general annual reports are specialized annual reports, such as the Annual Report to the State Hospital Commission and the Annual Report to the State Commission on Lunacy. These reports are arranged alphabetically by name, then chronologically.

The next subseries consists of early SCAA publications bound into hardcover volumes. These reports are organized in simple chronological order, that is, they are not distinguished by type. Each volume consists of several types of reports. Loose copies of many of the reports in this subseries are found elsewhere in the series. Also included are several single-publication bound volumes, including a copy of Public Health and Welfare: The Citizens' Responsibility - Selected Papers of Homer Folks, edited by Folks' son-in-law Savel Zimand and published in 1958.

Following this are SCAA serial publications. The Association has published serials under several different titles. The earliest is SCAA News, published monthly except August (and, later, monthly except July and August). Several bound volumes contain issues of this publication (1912-1953). There is also one folder of unbound issues (1945-1950). Other serial publications found in the collection are the Bulletin (1990-1997) and the Quarterly (1997-2002). Also included is a complete run of SCAA Viewpoint. This publication appeared irregularly, with each issue focused on a topic of particular concern to SCAA.

The final subseries consists of one-time publications published throughout SCAA history. These publications are arranged alphabetically. In whole, these publications provide a broad overview of SCAA's activities and areas of concern in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Of particular interest are the numerous publications by Homer Folks.

Series 9: Microfilm and Videocassette, 1873-1959?, 1976. 1 box (.33 cubic ft.)
This series includes historical SCAA meeting minutes on five reels of 16mm. microfilm. Meetings of the Board of Managers and SCAA committees are included; each reel is marked with a starting meeting and an ending meeting, but the complete contents of each reel and the arrangement of materials on each reel is not known.

Also included in this series is a videocassette on family planning entitled "Birth Control - Your Choice" (June 15, 1976) Its label indicates that it was sent from the Rochester Institute of Technology's Student Television System to the New York State Coalition for Family Planning. Its relationship to other materials in the collection is not known.

Series 10: Medals, 1900, 1923, 1926, no date. 1 box (.17 cubic ft.)
This series contains of three medals awarded to Louisa Lee Schuyler for her charitable work, along with one medal awarded to SCAA.

Series 11: Photographs, 1909, 1915, 1918-1919, 1927-1928, 1932, 1935, 1939, 1949-1951, 1959, 1961, 1963-1964, 1968, 1979, no date. 4 boxes (1.6 cubic ft.)
Photographs in this series are arranged by subject and by size. Each folder is titled with a description of the images it contains. Most of the photographs are not dated; dates have been indicated where known. Oversized photographs are in Box 108.

There are three subseries. The first contains portraits, arranged alphabetically by subject. The subjects of these portraits are primarily SCAA board members and staff members, but there are also some photographs of politicians and other individuals. Of particular interest are rare early photographs of SCAA founder Louisa Lee Schuyler. Photographs in the second subseries depict scenes from hospitals in the early twentieth century, particularly scenes of occupational therapy and convalescent workshops. The third subseries contains images of other events and activities, such as meetings, conferences, and SCAA county fair exhibits.

Series 12: Loose materials, 1913, 1940-1942, 1968.
The items in this series are not in boxes. The series contains three large photographs of luncheon and dinner events. There is also a 1913 broadside describing SCAA, a certificate documenting Nelson Rockefeller's signature of Assembly Bill 5408 (with the pen used to sign the bill attached), and promotional stamps from the Foster Homes for Children program.

Box Folder Contents


Series I: Organizational Files, 1872-1982
1 1 Historical Papers, 1872-1942

2 Historical Papers

3 History, SCAA, 1872-1942

4 History of the Child Adoption Service

5 Public Welfare and Assistance, Historical Documents, ca. 1930-ca. 1950

6 Rough Notes on Life in the Early '70s When the SCAA Was Founded, 1942

7 Scrapbook, 1872-1873

8 First Training School for Nurses in the United States, Correspondence, 1915-1917

9 70th Anniversary Proceedings, 1942

10 Centennial Conference Program, 1972

11 Testimonials, no date

12 SCAA General Information, ca. 1968, 1974-1976, 1978, 1982
2 1-2 Incorporation, 1880-1881

3 Incorporation, Assembly Bill 466 with Annotations by L.L. Schuyler, March 11, 1880

4 Incorporation, Letters to Louisa Lee Schuyler, 1879-1880

5 Incorporation, Minutes and Reports, 1880-1881

6 Certificate of Incorporation, Right of Entrance Law, and By-laws, 1909

7 Incorporation, 1955-1967

8 List of Local Visitors Approved by the State Board of Charities, ca. 18--

9 Schuyler, Louisa Lee, Letter from State Board of Charities, 1880

10 Schuyler, Louisa Lee, Historical Documents

11 Schuyler, Louisa Lee, Historical Documents

12 Schuyler, Louisa Lee, Historical Publications, 1915, 1960, 1967, no date
3 1 Bond, Elsie M., 1927-1952

2 Curry, Hannah Ida, Historical Documents, 1908, 1914, 1964-1965

3 Curry, Hannah Ida, Memoirs, no date

4 Curry, Hannah Ida, Speeches, 1914-1919, 1921-1925

5 Curry, Hannah Ida, Speeches, 1926-1937

6 Folks, Homer, Memorial, 1963

7 Membership Record Book, ca. 1880-1899

8 Membership Record Book, ca. 1900-1909
4 1 Meeting Minutes, 1872-1876

2 Meeting Minutes, 1876-1879

3 Meeting Minutes, 1880-1890

4 Meeting Minutes, 1891-1904

5 Meeting Minutes, 1905-1919

6 Index to Meeting Minutes, no date
5 1 Executive Committee, Meeting Minutes, 1872-1876

2 Executive Committee, Meeting Minutes, 1876-1879

3 Executive Committee, Meeting Minutes, 1879-1882

4 Child Placing and Adoption Committee, 1948

5 Committee for a New Bellevue Hospital, 1873-1876

6 Committee on Children, Meeting Minutes, 1873-1884

7 Committee on Children, Meeting Minutes, 1884-1899

8 Committee on the Prevention of Tuberculosis, Reports, 1908-1909
6 1 Committee on the Prevention on Tuberculosis, Reports, 1910-1913

2 Committee on the Prevention on Tuberculosis, Reports, 1914-1917

3 County Visiting Committees, 1874-1881

4 County Visiting Committees, Proposed Constitution and By-laws, 1896

5 Finance Committee, Meeting Minutes, 1876-1895

6 Finance Committee, Meeting Minutes, 1895-1900

7 Hospital Committee, Meeting Minutes, 1878-1893

8 Joint Committee on the Care of Motherless Infants, Fourth Annual Report, 1902
7 1 New York City Committee on Adoptions, no date

2 New York City Committee on Child Welfare, 1939-1943

3 New York City Committee on Child Welfare, Budget, Correspondence, 1942, 1945-1948

4 New York City Committee on Child Welfare, Meeting Minutes, 1939-1942

5 New York City Committee on Child Welfare, Meeting Minutes, 1943-1945

6 New York City Hospital Visiting Committee, 1947-1958

7 Social Visiting Committee, Bellevue and Other Hospitals, 1873-1876

8 Special Committee on Trained Nurses for the Insane, Meeting Minutes, 1884-1886

9 Special Committee on the Insane, Meeting Minutes, 1883-1886

10 State Committee on Children and Community Services, Minutes and Agendas, 1968-1973

11 State Committee on Children and Community Services, Minutes and Agendas, 1974-1980
8 1 State Committee on Children and Public Welfare, 1954, 1956-1958

2 State Committee on Children and Public Welfare, Annual Reports, 1948, 1951, 1954-1958

3 State Committee on Children and Public Welfare, Constitution, 1951, 1956, 1960, 1961

4 State Committee on Children and Public Welfare, Minutes and Agendas, 1949-1955

5 State Committee on Children and Public Welfare, Minutes and Agendas, 1959-1964

6 State Committee on Children and Public Welfare, Minutes and Agendas, 1965-1967

7 State Committee on Children and Public Welfare, Proposed By-laws for Local Committees, 1949

8 State Committee on Children and Public Welfare, Proposed Constitution for County Committees, 1951, 1955, 1960

9 State Committee on Children and Public Welfare, Resolutions, 1947-1949

10 State Committee on Children and Public Welfare, Sub-Committee Member Lists, 1949-1950, 1955, 1958

11 State Committee on Tuberculosis and Public Health, Survey of Files and Records, no date

12 Health and Welfare Legislative and Information Department of the State Charities, 1950

13-14 Legislative Information Bureau, 1936-1950
9 1-4 Financial Account, Book, 1953-1955

5 New York Foundation Application, 1930

6 Rules and Procedures, 1947

7 Publication Record, 1911-1949

8 State Charities Aid Association General Survey, 1947
10
Annual Meeting Minutes, 1920-1969 (bound volume)


Investments and Finance Committee, Minute Book, 1967-1979 (bound volume)


Series II: Board of Managers, 1880-1971
11
Meeting Minutes, 1880-1900 (bound volume)
12
Meeting Minutes, 1901-1906 (bound volume)


Meeting Minutes, 1906-1911 (bound volume)
13
Meeting Minutes, 1912-1918 (bound volume)


Meeting Minutes, 1918-1922 (bound volume)
14
Meeting Minutes, 1922-1926 (bound volume)


Meeting Minutes, 1926-1929 (bound volume)
15
Meeting Minutes, 1929-1932 (bound volume)


Meeting Minutes, 1932-1935 (bound volume)
16
Meeting Minutes, 1935-1938 (bound volume)


Meeting Minutes, 1938-1942 (bound volume)
17
Meeting Minutes, 1942-1945 (bound volume)


Meeting Minutes, 1945-1949 (bound volume)
18
Meeting Minutes, 1950-1954 (bound volume)


Meeting Minutes, 1954-1958 (bound volume)
19
Meeting Minutes, 1959-1961 (bound volume)


Meeting Minutes, 1961-1965 (bound volume)
20
Meeting Minutes, 1965-1971 (bound volume)
21 1 Meeting Notices, Agendas, Minutes, 1952-1957


Series III: Executive Director Files, 1948, 1955-1974
22 1 American Medical Association, 1966-1967

2 American Public Health Association, 1961-1963, 1966-1967

3 American Orthopsychiatric Association, 1964

4 American Society for Public Administration, 1958

5 Applicants, 1961-1968

6 Brown, Howard J., 1966-1967

7 Bourke, John G., Assistant Commissioner, New York State Department of Health, 1960-1961

8 Building Fund, no date

9 Chronic Disability Study, 1959-1960

10 Chronic Disability Study, 2nd Year Grant Application to U.S. Public Health Service, 1965

11 Chronic Disability Study, 3rd Year Grant Continuation Report and Application, 1966-1967

12 Chronic Disability Study, Community Health Services Grant Application, 1964
23 1 Chronic Disability Study, Progress Report and Grant Continuation Application, 1964-1966

2 Chronic Disability Study, U.S. Department of Health Grant Application, 1964

3 Chronic Illness, Correspondence, 1960-1962

4 Chronic Illness, Cortland County, 1961-1963

5-6 Chronic Illness, Dr. Wilson G. Smillie Report, 1960

7 Chronic Illness, Niagara Falls Study, 1948, 1956, no date

8 Chronic Illness, Niagara County Study, 1957

9 Chronic Illness, Niagara County Study, 1958-1959
24 1 Chronic Illness, Niagara County Study, 1961-1963

2 Chronic Illness Services, Niagara Falls, 1960-1964

3 Citizens' Committee for Children of New York, 1963-1967

4 Citizens' Committee for Clean Water, Meetings, 1965

5 Columbia University School of Public Health and Administrative Medicine Institutes, 1961-1962, no date

6 Community Chests and Councils of America, 1960-1961, 1963, 1966

7 Community Council of Greater New York, 1962-1963, 1967-1968

8 Community Health Planning Conference, 1967

9 Community Service Society of New York, 1965-1967
25 1 Correspondence, A, 1962-1963, 1965, 1970, 1974

2 Correspondence, B, 1959-1962

3 Correspondence, B, 1963-1967

4 Correspondence, C, 1959-1967

5 Correspondence, D, 1958-1959, 1961-1968

6 Correspondence, E, 1959, 1962, 1964, 1966-1968

7 Correspondence, F, 1957-1959, 1961, 1968

8 Correspondence, G, 1957-1962

9 Correspondence, G, 1963-1967, 1969, no date

10 Correspondence, H, 1959-1962
26 1 Correspondence, H, 1963-1968

2 Correspondence, J, 1959-1966

3 Correspondence, K, 1961-1963, 1965-1967

4 Correspondence, L, 1960-1961, 1963-1967

5 Correspondence, Mc, 1959, 1962-1964

6 County Health Departments, no date

7 Court Modernization, 1959, 1961-1965

8 Department Heads, Memoranda, 1956-1968

9 Dependency Prevention Project, 1962

10 Environmental Issues, 1960, 1964-1965, no date

11 Family Planning, 1964-1966

12 Family Planning, Repeal of Penal Law Sections 1142 and 1145, 1964-1965

13 Foundations, 1959, 1962, no date
27 1 Fund Raising, 1963-1964, 1966, 1968, no date

2 Goodell, Charles E., 1969-1970

3 Greater New York Fund, 1955-1967

4 Hamlin Report, Rockefeller Foundation, 1961

5 Holle, Henry A., 1961-1963

6 Hospital Costs, Committee Meeting, 1964

7 Hospital Review and Planning Council of Southern New York, 1958, 1962-1963

8 Hospital Review and Planning Council of Southern New York, 1964-1967
28 1 Hospital Visiting Committee, New York City, 1949, 1955-1960, 1962, 1965

2 Hospitals, 1962, 1967, 1968

3 Iberg, Lowell, 1955-1960

4 Iberg, Lowell, 1961-1967

5 Interdepartmental Health Resources Board, 1956, 1960, 1962, 1967

6 Juvenile Delinquency, 1958, 1963, no date

7 Licensure in the Healing Arts, 1960-1961

8 Manpower Shortage in Social Welfare, 1967

9 McMahon, John, 1957-1966

10 Meals on Wheels Program, Utica Community Chest and Planning Council, 1963-1964
29 1 Medical Assistance for the Aged, 1960-1965

2 Medical Care of the Indigent in New York State, Survey, 1962

3 Medical Care of the Indigent in New York State, Survey, 1962

4 Medical Care of the Indigent in New York State, Survey, 1963

5 Multi-Problem Families, 1959-1960

6 National Public Relations Council of Health and Welfare Services, 1962-1965

7 New York State Board of Social Welfare, 1964-1967

8 State Committee on Children and Public Welfare, 1958-1962

9 State Committee on Children and Public Welfare, 1963-1968
30 1-4 United States Public Health Service, Application for Funds, 1961-1964

5 Board of Managers, 1962

6 Board of Managers, 1963

7 Board of Managers, 1963

8 Board of Managers, 1964

9 Board of Managers, 1965

10 Board of Managers, 1966
31 1 Board of Managers, 1967

2-4 Executive Committee, Meetings, 1967

5 Board of Managers, 1968

6 Board of Managers, Meetings, 1968

7 Executive Committee, Meetings, 1968

8 Board of Managers, 1969

9 Board of Managers, Meetings, 1969
32 1-2 Executive Committee, Meetings, 1969

3 Executive Committee, Meeting, January 1970

4 Board of Managers, Meeting, March 1970

5-6 Board of Managers, Meeting, June 1970

7 Executive Committee, Meeting, September 1970

8 Board of Managers, Meeting, November 1970

9 Board of Managers and Executive Committee, Meetings, 1971-1973


Series IV: Public Relations Director Files, 1946-1981, 1983
33 1 Adams, D. Nelson, 1955-1965, 1967, 1969-1972, 1974, 1976, 1981, 1983

2 Addresses, 1970, 1972, 1974-1975, no date

3 Aldrich, Winthrop W., 1974

4 American Lung Association of New York State (Formerly New York State Tuberculosis and Respiratory Disease Association), 1965, 1974, 1978

5 American Public Welfare Association, SCAA Survey, 1967-1970

6 Ames, Marion P., 1964-1965, 1967-1980, 1983

7 Ames and Rollinson, 1971, no date

8 Annual Report, 1974

9 Annual Report, Activity Outline, 1966-1967

10 Associated Press, 1970

11 Association for Voluntary Sterilization, 1973-1974

12 Appraisal of a Citizen Board (Angell Report), 1973-1974

13 Arden House Institute on Continuity of Care for the Chronically Ill and Elderly, 1977-1978

14 Babic, Anne, 1971

15 Baehr, George, 1949-1950, 1955, 1957-1958, 1962, 1964-1965, 1972

16 Baehr, George, 1974-1978
34 1 Baehr, George, Oral History Project, 1975-1976

2 Bartlett, Claire K., no date

3 Beattie, Walter M., 1970

4 Bienstock, Herbert, 1980-1981

5 Billings, Warren G. "Jerry", 1980

6 Binghamton Sun-Bulletin, 1971

7 Blaine, Charles G., 1985

8 Bliss Jr., Cornelius N., 1948-1961

9 Bond, Elsie M., 1946, 1948-1949, 1960, 1963

10 Bourdreau, Frank G., 1947-1949, 1951-1958, 1960, 1969

11 Bromberg, Eleanor M., 1985

12 Brookings Institution, 1967-1969, 1973-1974

13 Brookings Institution, Public Policy Conference for Voluntary Health and Welfare Executives, 1968

14 Brooks, A. Oakley, 1958, 1963, 1967, 1971-1972, 1974

15 Brower, Mrs. George E., 1949, 1955, 1959, 1964, no date

16 Brown, Gordon E., 1966-1969

17 Brown, Gordon E., 1970-1972

18 Brown, Gordon E., 1973-1975, 1978, 1982-1983
35 1 Brown, Gordon E., Biggs Award, 1976

2 Brown, Gordon E., Biographical Material, 1973, 1976

3 Brown, Gordon E., Human Services Achievement Award, 1976

4 Brown, Gordon E., Press Release, 1957

5 Brown, Gordon E., Reflections About SCAA, 1976

6 Brown, Gordon E., Retirement, 1976

7 Budget, 1964-1968

8 Budget, 1969-1971, 1973-1975

9 Budget, 1975-1985

10 Burnstan, Rowland, 1947

11 "By Easy Stages: A Brief Guide for Annual Reporting," 1957

12 Campbell, Mildred K., 1972

13 Cancer Care, Inc., 1978-1979

14 Cantline, Peter, 1949-1950, 1952, 1954, 1970

15 Census, 1979-1980

16 Century Letter Co., 1969

17 Chadbourne, William M., 1949-1956, 1964

18 "The Changing Pattern of Illness: Planning for the Chronically Ill in Niagara County", Report, 1960
36 1 Channels Newsletter, 1980-1984

2 Chemung County Study, The Multi-Problem Dilemma, 1962-1965

3 Chemung County Study, The Multi-Problem Dilemma, 1966-1967

4 Chemung County Study, The Multi-Problem Dilemma, 1968

5 Chemung County Study, The Multi-Problem Dilemma, 1968-1971

6 Chemung County Study, The Multi-Problem Dilemma, Distribution and Response, 1968-1969

7 Chemung County Study, The Multi-Problem Dilemma, Requests for "The Message" Received Through Channels, 1968-1969

8 Chemung County Study, The Multi-Problem Dilemma, Correspondence, 1967-1973, 1977
37 1 Chronic Disability, General, 1960, 1962-1964, 1968

2 Chronic Disability Project, 1959-1962, no date

3 Chronic Disability Project, Edward G. Lindsey, 1962, 1964-1970, 1972

4 Citations, 1957-1958, 1961-1964, 1966-1974, 1976, 1984-1985, no date

5 Coalition of the Concerned for Older Americans, New York State, 1975-1977

6 Coalition of the Concerned for Older Americans, New York State, 1978-1983, no date

7 The Cold War in Fundraising, 1959

8 Community Agencies Public Relations Association, 1967, 1970-1984

9 Community Council of Greater New York, 1969-1972, 1974, 1976

10 Community Service Society of New York, 1975-1977, 1979-1980, no date

11 Constitutional Convention, "Con Con" Brochure, 1967

12 "Consultations, Communities, and Health", Digest Report, 1969-1974

13 Correspondence, Be, 1971-1974

14 Correspondence, Bo, 1969, 1971, 1974

15 Counterbudget, 1981
38 1 Counterbudget, 1982-1983

2 Counterbudget, 1984-1985

3 Counterbudget, Agenda, 1984

4 Couper, Richard W., 1963-1965, 1967-1969, 1972-1976, 1979

5 Court Administration, New York State Office of, 1975

6 Crest Litho, Inc., 1973

7 Crowley, Christopher, 1974

8 Curry, Hannah Ida, 1957, 1964

9 Davies, Stanley P., 1954-1955, 1957-1959, 1961, 1985

10 Debevoise, Eli Whitney, 1944-1965

11 DeLynn, Leslie N., 1976

12 "Design Out of Discord," New York State Association of Councils and Chests, 1963

13 Dillon, C. Douglas, 1937-1941, 1943, 1946-1947, 1949-1954, 1957

14 Division for Youth, 1974

15 Dodge Foundation, Cleveland H., 1949-1964, 1966-1968

16 Donovan, Maurice A., 1957-1958, 1960, 1963-1964, 1967

17 Drug Abuse Services, Office of, 1976

18 Education for Parenthood, 1976-1977

19 Eisenbud, Merrill, 1970-1974, 1978-1979

20 Elinson, Jack, 1971
39 1 Empire State Report, 1976

2 Evans, Ruth L., 1955

3 Executive Budget, New York State, Overview, 1979

4 "Facts to Build on: A Study of Adoption in New York State", 1962

5 Fair Public Assistance, State Coalition for, 1980-1981

6 Family Assistance Plan, 1970

7 Family Planning, 1971-1972, no date

8 Family Planning, 1973-1974

9 Family Planning, 1975-1980

10 Family Services Association of America, 1963, 1965-1971

11 Federation of Protestant Welfare Agencies, 1970, 1978

12 Feingold, Alfred, 1974

13 Feldman, Cecil, 1974

14 Ferguson, Charles, 1967-1968

15 Field Foundation, 1972

16 Fletcher, John E., 1970

17 Field, Mrs. William E., 1954

18 Filer Commission, 1975

19 Financial Crisis Conference, 1975
40 1 Financial Crisis Conference, 1975

2 Financial Statements, 1962-1964, 1966-1968, 1970-1971, 1973

3 Finke, Walter W., 1969-1970, 1972

4 Fluoridation, 1956-1957, 1959, 1965, 1968-1970

5 Folks, Homer, 1937, 1942, 1952, 1957, 1959, no date

6 Folks, Homer, 1963-1964, 1967, no date

7 Folks, Homer, Correspondence, 1910, 1921-1925, 1947, 1950-1953, 1957, 1959-1960, 1969-1970

8 Folks, Homer, Memorial and Tributes, 1963

9 Folks, Homer, Memorial and Tributes, 1963
41 1 Folks, Homer, Public Health and Welfare, 1958-1959, 1963, 1965, 1969

2 Folks, Homer, "Social Welfare Statesman," 1968

3 Folsom, James C., 1971

4 "For Our Community," no date

5 Foundation News, 1975-1981, 1983-1984

6 Foundations List, 1974

7 The Four Million, 1951

8 The Four Million, 1951

9 The Four Million, 1951-1952, 1957

10 Gardner, John W., 1950-1955

11 Garrison, John, 1976

12 Gates. Mr. And Mrs. Artemus L., 1942, 1948-1951, 1955-1956, no date

13 "The Last Decade," no date

14 The Multi-Problem Dilemma, 1968

15 New York Historical Society Quarterly, 1967

16 New York Legislative Forum, 1973

17 New York State Support for Public Assistance, Medicaid, Health Services, and Mental Health, 1970

18 Newell, G. Sealy, 1974

19 Public Relations for Non-Profit Organizations, Columbia University, 1955

20 Schuyler, Louisa Lee, 1926-1927, 1954, 1960

21 Schuyler, Louisa Lee, 1967, 1983
42 1 Schuyler, Louisa Lee, 1915, 1922, 1937, 1960, 1983

2 Security Printing Company, 1961, 1966, 1969-1975

3 Selden, Mrs. William, 1970

4 The Sentinel, 1972

5 Services and Supplies, 1967-1970, 1972-1973, 1980-1982, no date

6 Smillie, Wilson G., 1971

7 Smith, W. Mason, 1958, 1963-1964, 1971, 1974

8 Social Action, 1968-1970

9 Social Action, 1968-1970

10 "Social Conscience: The Citizen and His Government", 100th Anniversary Report, 1972-1975

11 Social Policy Forums, 1984-1985

12 Social Research Service, 1957-1959, no date

13 Social Research Service, 1960, 1964-1971, 1974

14 Social Research Service, Publications, 1960-1961, 1965, 1974
43 1 Social Security Amendments, H.R. 7200, 1977

2 Social Service Departments, Institute on the Role of a Local Department, 1978

3 Social Service Departments, Institute on the Role of a Local Department, 1978

4 Social Service Departments, Institute on the Role of a Local Department, 1978-1979

5 Social Service Departments, Institute on the Role of a Local Department, Mailing List, 1975, 1978-1979

6 Social Work Arithmetic, 1964, 1967-1968, no date

7 Social Work Recruiting Center of Greater New York, 1967-1968

8 The Socioeconomic Newsletter, 1976-1978, 1980

9 Soman, Shirley Camper, 1969

10 Spagnoli, Gene, 1977

11 Sperling, Gary, 1974-1975

12 Stagg, Mildred, 1970

13 Starr, Janet, 1970

14 State Association for Community Services, 1953, 1958, no date

15 State Association for Community Services, 1961-1966, 1968-1969

16 State Association for Community Services, 1970-1975, 1977
44 1 State Committee on Children and Community Services, 1950, 1952, 1954, 1959-1960, 1962, no date

2 State Committee on Children and Community Services, 1966-1972

3 State Committee on Children and Community Services, 1973-1974

4 State Committee on Children and Community Services, 1975-1976

5 State Committee on Children and Community Services, 1977

6 State Committee on Children and Community Services, 1978-1981, 1983-1984

7 Statewide Emergency Network for Social and Economic Security, 1981-1982, 1984
45 1 Steinwurtzel, Samuel L., 1958, 1966-1967, 1969, 1971, 1973-1974, 1976

2 Sternau, Amelia Igel, 1955, 1963, no date

3 Storandt, Kenneth M., 1970

4 Strack, Joseph, 1970

5 Straus, Donald B., 1964, 1971-1974

6 Strawson, Stanton M., 1961, 1965-1967, 1974, 1979

7 Sterling Communications, 1972

8 Students, Field Work at SCAA, 1967-1974, 1979, no date

9 Suchocki, Christie, 1976

10 Sulzberger, Mrs. Arthur Hays, 1942, 1944-1950, 1952-1954, 1957-1958, 1963, 1971-1972, no date

11 Swan, Vilas M., 1949, 1960-1969, 1971-1974, 1976

12 Tabard Press Corporation, 1973

13 Task Force on the New York City Crisis, Community Council, 1976

14 Tax Equity, 1984

15 Tax Reform, 1969-1971

16 Tax Reform, 1969-1971

17 Taylor, Mary, 1975

18 Teenage Pregnancy, 1978

19 Telling the Welfare Story, 1950
46 1 Temporary State Commission to Revise the Social Services Law, 1971-1973

2 Temporary State Commission to Revise the Social Services Law, 1974

3 Temporary State Commission to Revise the Social Services Law, 1975-1976, no date

4 Tennies, Rev. Arthur C., 1971

5 Times-Union, Albany, 1978, 1980-1984

6 Trattner, Walter, 1968

7 Trent Jr., William J., 1970-1972, 1974

8 Twenty Tips on Preparing News Copy, no date

9 "Two Minutes" Booklet, 1950

10 Udow, Rosalyn, no date

11 United Charities Building, 1979

12 United Fund of Greater New York, Campaign, 1953-1976

13 United Press International, 1970

14 United States Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, 1964-1965, 1967-1969

15 United Way of America (formerly United Community Funds and Councils of America), 1959, 1965-1968, 1971

16 United Way of Tri-State, Campaign, 1977-1983

17 University of Wyoming, 1970

18 Urban Institute, 1970

19 Van Amerigen Foundation, 1970-1972

20 Van Lare, Barry L., 1969, 1970, 1974

21 Vanderlip, Eileen McGrath, 1960-1961, 1964, 1974

22 Viewpoint, Correspondence, 1955-1962
47 1 Viewpoint, Number 15, Correspondence, 1968-1969

2 Viewpoint, Number 16, Correspondence, 1969-1974

3 Viewpoint, Number 16, Mailing List, 1969

4 Viewpoint, Number 17, Correspondence, 1979-1980

5 Viewpoint, Number 17, Drafts, 1979

6 Voluntarism, 1972

7 The War on Poverty in New York State, Strawson Report, 1966

8 Warner, George M., 1980

9 Warren, James J., 1960, 1963-1965, 1968, 1971, no date

10 Warren, Roland L., 1949-1951, 1955-1958, 1960-1962, 1968, no date

11 Warren, William W., 1966

12 Water Pollution, 1965-1967, 1969, 1972, no date
48 1-2 Water Pollution, 1965-1967, 1969, 1972, no date

3 Water Pollution, Correspondence, 1965-1970, 1974

4 Weezie Foundation, 1976-1978

5 Weezie Foundation, 1979-1984

6 Welfare, "The $10 Bill," 1975

7 Welfare, Budget Cuts, 1975-1977, no date

8 Welfare, Coalition on Services, 1969-1970, no date

9 Welfare, Cutbacks, 1967-1969, 1971, no date
49 1 Welfare, Cutbacks, Fact Sheet Distribution, 1969-1970

2 Welfare, Cutbacks, "Public Assistance Roundup", 1969-1970

3 Welfare, Edgar May Project, 1961-1965, 1970, 1974

4 Welfare, Food Stamps, 1975, 1977

5 Welfare, General, 1961, 1963-1965

6-7 Welfare, General, 1967-1974

8 Welfare, General, 1975-1980
50 1 Welfare, Grant Increase Coalition, 1979

2 Welfare, Grants, New York State

3-4 Welfare, Guaranteed Income, 1966-1971, no date

5 Welfare, Income Maintenance, 1975

6 Welfare, Information Project, Attitude Study, no date

7 Welfare, Peter Kihiss Articles, 1977

8 Welfare, Supplemental Security Income, 1975-1976

9 Welfare, Title XX, 1974-1976, 1979

10 Welfare, Title XX, Monitoring, 1975-1976

11 Welfare, Title XX, Monitoring, 1975-1976
51 1 Welfare Programs, 1970

2 Welfare Projects, 1961-1964, 1967-1971, no date

3 Welfare Projects, 1961-1964, 1967-1972, no date

4 Welfare Reform, Federal, SCAA Recommendations, 1979

5 Welfare Reform, Testimony Before House Welfare Reform Subcommittee, 1977

6 Welfare Reform and Income Security Policy, Michael Dowling Report, 1976

7 West Publishing Company, 1974

8 Westchester County, Nova Institute Study, 1984

9 Whaley, Betti S., 1972-1973

10-11 "What Are You? I Am... Old," Distribution, 1974-1975
52 1 Wilson, Alfred L., Charitable Foundation, 1970

2 Wilson, Governor Malcolm, 1974

3 Winston, Ellen, 1965

4 Women in Apprenticeship Project, 1978-1980

5 Woodhaven Press Associates, 1950, 1961-1970, 1972-1974

6 World Almanac, 1968-1970, 1975, 1977

7 Wyman, George K., 1963-1966, 1968, 1970

8 Xerox, 1969

9 Yeager, Robert L., 1956-1958, 1960-1964, 1966-1968, 1971-1972, 1974-1976, 1978, 1982, 1984

10 Young, Donald, 1952, 1954, 1957-1958, 1964, 1967, no date

11 Youth in Custody, 1959

12 Youth Values Project, 1978-1979

13 Zartman, Barbara, 1972, 1974, 1981-1982

14 Zimand, Savel, 1959, 1966

15 Board of Managers, 1970

16 Board of Managers, 1971

17 Board of Managers, 1972

18 Board of Managers, 1973

19 Board of Managers, 1974
53 1 Board of Managers, 1975

2 Board of Managers, 1976

3 Board of Managers, 1977

4 Board of Managers, 1978

5 Board of Managers, 1979

6 Board of Managers, 1980-1981

7 Board of Managers, 1982-1983

8 Board of Managers, 1984-1985

9 Board of Managers, Committee Assignments, 1977-1984

10 Board of Managers, Extracts from Meeting Minutes Regarding Legislative Issues, 1926-1957


Series V: County Public Welfare Committees, 1908-1942, 1944-1974, 1976, 1979
54 1 Albany County, 1924, 1926-1927, 1931, 1938, 1951-1953

2-3 Allegany County, 1925-1926, 1928-1931, 1933-1934, 1936, 1938-1942

4 Allegany County, 1945-1954

5 Allegany County, 1955-1969, 1972, 1979

6 Broome County, 1912-1914, 1916, 1921-1923, 1925-1934, 1937-1938, 1952-1953

7 Cattaraugus County, 1908-1909, 1912-1913, 1919-1930

8 Cattaraugus County, 1931, 1933, 1937, 1950-1957

9 Cayuga County, 1908-1909, 1913-1914, 1916, 1919-1923, 1927-1928, 1933, 1936-1937, 1973
55 1 Chautauqua County, 1908-1909, 1912-1922, 1925-1928, 1930-1939, 1941

2 Chemung County, 1908-1909, 1912-1913, 1926-1928, 1930-1936, 1938-1939, 1941, 1951-1953

3 Chenango County, 1917, 1919, 1921, 1924-1930, 1933, 1938-1939

4 Clinton County, 1940-1942, 1945, 1950-1951, 1953

5 Columbia County, 1908-1909, 1912-1915, 1917-1924, 1926-1928, 1930-1932, 1934-1939, 1941

6 Cortland County, 1936-1938

7 Cortland County, 1939-1942

8 Delaware County, 1908-1909, 1912-1913, 1919-1920, 1923-1931, 1933-1937, 1953

9 Dutchess County, 1908-1922, 1926, 1929, 1935, 1937-1939, 1952-1953, 1958-1963
56 1 Essex County, 1908-1909, 1913, 1923-1938, 1952-1953

2 Franklin County, 1937-1940, 1956-1957

3 Fulton County, 1937-1942, 1945-1957, 1959-1968

4 Genesee County Visiting Committee, 1908-1909, 1913, 1918, 1921, 1923, 1938, 1950-1953, 1957-1958

5 Herkimer County, 1937-1942, 1953

6 Livingston County, 1908-1909, 1913, 1915-1916, 1918, 1920-1921, 1924-1938

7 Livingston County, 1939-1942, 1945-1952

8 Livingston County, 1953-1964, 1976
57 1 Madison County, 1937-1942, 1945, 1957, 1959-1960

2 Middletown, City of, 1950-1953, 1957-1958

3 Montgomery County,1937-1942, 1953, 1956-1964, 1967-1968

4 Nassau County, 1913-1923, 1925-1926, 1929, 1931-1932, 1938

5 Newburgh, City of, 1934, 1937-1942, 1945-1962, 1965, 1968

6 Oneida County, 1939-1940

7 Oneida County, 1941-1942, 1952-1953, 1959

8 Ontario County, 1908-1913, 1918-1919, 1931-1932, 1935-1936, 1938, 1950-1952, 1954-1956, 1958-1965
58 1 Orange County, 1908-1909, 1911-1914, 1916-1923, 1926, 1928-1929, 1933, 1936-1940, 1945, 1947-1951

2 Orange County, 1952-1962

3 Orange County, 1963-1968

4 Orleans County, 1940-1942, 1944-1954, 1957

5 Otsego County, 1908-1909, 1913, 1938, 1940-1942

6 Otsego County, 1945-1955, 1966

7 Putnam County, 1939-1942, 1944-1952

8 Putnam County, 1953-1954, 1956-1967
59 1 Rensselaer County, 1948-1949, 1953

2 Rockland County, 1926, 1928-1929, 1933-1935, 1937-1941, 1946

3 Rockland County, 1950-1967

4 Saratoga County, 1912, 1914, 1920, 1922, 1926-1937, 1955-1961, 1966-1970

5 Schuyler County, 1918, 1920-1921, 1924, 1926-1930, 1933-1934

6 Seneca County, 1939-1941

7 Seneca County, 1945-1956, 1974

8 Steuben County, 1908-1909, 1911, 1914-1917, 1921-1930, 1933-1936,

9 Suffolk County, 1908-1909, 1913, 1915-1916, 1918-1922, 1925-1926, 1928-1930, 1933-1934, 1938
60 1 Suffolk County, 1954-1968

2 Sullivan County, 1937-1940, 1942, 1945, 1947, 1950, 1952-1954

3 Tioga County, 1937-1940

4 Tompkins County, 1908-1909, 1913-1914, 1917-1921, 1925-1927, 1930-1931, 1933-1942

5 Tompkins County, 1945-1956, 1958-1959

6 Ulster County, 1937-1941, 1946-1956, 1964-1965

7 Warren County, 1920-1921, 1924-1929, 1931, 1935-1938, 1940

8 Warren County, 1954-1964
61 1 Warren County, 1965-1974

2 Washington County, 1938, 1940-1942, 1945-1950

3 Washington County, 1951-1965, 1967-1971

4 Wayne County, 1908-1909, 1913-1914, 1921, 1925-1929, 1934-1938, 1950, 1957

5 Westchester County, 1913-1918, 1923, 1926, 1928, 1932-1933, 1938

6 Yates County, 1908-1909, 1913-1923, 1926-1929, 1932-1934, 1936-1939, 1959, 1961


Series VI: Legislative Information Bureau, 1927-1935, 1938, 1940, 1942-1951, 1953, 1955-1972
62 1 Bulletin, Care of the Aged, 1927

2 Bulletin, Child Welfare, 1927

3 Bulletin, Final Outcome on Bills, 1927

4 Bulletin, General Charitable, 1927

5 Bulletin, General Governmental, 1927

6 Bulletin, Health, 1927

7 Bulletin, Mental Hygiene, 1927

8 Bulletin, Care of the Aged, 1928

9 Bulletin, Child Welfare, 1928

10 Bulletin, General Information, 1928

11 Bulletin, Health, 1928

12 Bulletin, Mental Hygiene, 1928

13 Bulletin, Miscellaneous, 1928

14 Bulletin, Poor Law, 1928

15 Bulletin, Care of the Aged, 1929

16 Bulletin, Child Welfare, 1929

17 Bulletin, Health, 1929

18 Bulletin, Mental Hygiene, 1929

19 Bulletin, Miscellaneous, 1929

20 Bulletin, Poor Law, 1929

21 Bulletin, Care of the Aged, 1930

22 Bulletin, Child Welfare, 1930
63 1 Bulletin, Health, 1930

2 Bulletin, Mental Hygiene, 1930

3 Bulletin, Miscellaneous, 1930

4 Bulletin, Public Welfare Law, 1930

5 Bulletin, Child Welfare, 1931

6 Bulletin, General Information, 1931

7 Bulletin, Health, 1931

8 Bulletin, Mental Hygiene, 1931

9 Bulletin, Miscellaneous, 1931

10 Bulletin, Public Relief, 1931

11 Bulletin, Unemployment, 1931

12 Bulletin, Child Welfare, 1932

13 Bulletin, Governor's Message, 1932

14 Bulletin, Health, 1932

15 Bulletin, Mental Hygiene, 1932

16 Bulletin, Miscellaneous, 1932

17 Bulletin, Public Relief, 1932

18 Bulletin, Unemployment, 1932

19 Bulletin, Child Welfare, 1933

20 Bulletin, Governor's Message, 1933

21 Bulletin, Health, 1933

22 Bulletin, Mental Hygiene, 1933

23 Bulletin, Miscellaneous, 1933
64 1 Bulletin, Public Relief, 1933

2 Bulletin, Unemployment, 1933

3 Bulletin, Child Welfare, 1934

4 Bulletin, Governor's Message, 1934

5 Bulletin, Health, 1934

6 Bulletin, Legislative Extraordinary Session, 1934

7 Bulletin, Mental Hygiene, 1934

8 Bulletin, Miscellaneous, 1934

9 Bulletin, Public Relief, 1934

10 Bulletin, Unemployment, 1934

11 Bulletin, Action, 1935

12 Bulletin, Child Welfare, 1935

13 Bulletin, Economic Security Bill, 1935

14 Bulletin, Health, 1935

15 Bulletin, Mental Hygiene, 1935

16 Bulletin, Miscellaneous, 1935

17 Bulletin, Public Relief, 1935

18 Bulletin, Unemployment, 1935

19 Bulletin, Constitutional Convention, 1938
65 1 Bulletin, Action, 1940

2 Bulletin, Family and Child Welfare, 1940

3 Bulletin, Federal, 1940

4 Bulletin, Governor's Message, 1940

5 Bulletin, Labor, 1940

6 Bulletin, Mental Hygiene, 1940

7 Bulletin, Miscellaneous, 1940

8 Bulletin, Public Health and Medical Care, 1940

9 Bulletin, Public Welfare, 1940

10 Bulletin, Action, 1942

11 Bulletin, Family and Child Welfare, 1942

12 Bulletin, Governor's Message, 1942

13 Bulletin, Mental Hygiene, 1942

14 Bulletin, Miscellaneous, 1942

15 Bulletin, Public Health and Medical Care, 1942

16 Bulletin, Public Welfare, 1942

17 Bulletin, War Emergency, 1942

18 Bulletin, Action, 1943

19 Bulletin, Family and Child Welfare, 1943

20 Bulletin, Federal Legislation, 1943

21 Bulletin, Mental Hygiene, 1943

22 Bulletin, Miscellaneous, 1943

23 Bulletin, Public Health, 1943

24 Bulletin, Public Welfare, 1943

25 Bulletin, War Emergency, 1943

26 Bulletin, Action, 1944

27 Bulletin, Family and Child Welfare, 1944

28 Bulletin, Mental Hygiene, 1944

29 Bulletin, Miscellaneous, 1944

30 Bulletin, Public Health and Medical Care, 1944

31 Bulletin, Public Welfare, 1944
66 1 Bulletin, Action, 1945

2 Bulletin, Family and Child Welfare, 1945

3 Bulletin, Governor's Message, 1945

4 Bulletin, Mental Hygiene, 1945

5 Bulletin, Miscellaneous, 1945

6 Bulletin, Public Health and Medical Care, 1945

7 Bulletin, Public Welfare, 1945

8 Bulletin, Action, 1946

9 Bulletin, Family and Child Welfare, 1946

10 Bulletin, Governor's Message, 1946

11 Bulletin, Mental Hygiene, 1946

12 Bulletin, Miscellaneous, 1946

13 Bulletin, Public Health and Welfare, 1946

14 Bulletin, Public Welfare, 1946

15 Bulletin, Action, 1947

16 Bulletin, Family and Child Welfare, 1947

17 Bulletin, Governor's Message, 1947

18 Bulletin, Mental Hygiene, 1947

19 Bulletin, Miscellaneous, 1947

20 Bulletin, Public Health and Medical Care, 1947

21 Bulletin, Public Welfare, 1947

22 Bulletin, Action, 1948

23 Bulletin, Family and Child Welfare, 1948

24 Bulletin, Governor's Message, 1948
67 1 Bulletin, Mental Hygiene, 1948

2 Bulletin, Miscellaneous, 1948

3 Bulletin, Public Health and Medical Care, 1948

4 Bulletin, Public Welfare, 1948

5 Bulletin, Action, 1949

6 Bulletin, Family and Child Welfare, 1949

7 Bulletin, Federal, 1949

8 Bulletin, Governor's Message, 1949

9 Bulletin, Miscellaneous, 1949

10 Bulletin, Public Health, Medical Care, and Mental Hygiene, 1949

11 Bulletin, Public Welfare, 1949

12 Bulletin, Summary, 1949

13 Bulletin, Action, 1950

14 Bulletin, Action, 1950

15 Bulletin, Family and Child Welfare, 1950

16 Bulletin, Miscellaneous, 1950

17 Bulletin, Public Health, Medical Care, and Mental Hygiene, 1950
68 1 Bulletin, Public Welfare, 1950

2 Bulletin, Special, 1950

3 Bulletin, Action, 1951

4 Bulletin, Family and Child Welfare, 1951

5 Bulletin, Mental Hygiene, 1951

6 Bulletin, Miscellaneous, 1951

7 Bulletin, Public Health and Medical Care, 1951

8 Bulletin, Public Welfare, 1951

9 Bulletin, Action, 1953

10 Bulletin, Family and Child Welfare, 1953

11 Bulletin, Mental Hygiene, 1953

12 Bulletin, Miscellaneous, 1953

13 Bulletin, Public Health and Medical Care, 1953

14 Bulletin, Public Welfare, 1953

15 Bulletin, Special, 1953

16 Bulletin, Summary, 1953

17 Bulletin, Action, 1955

18 Bulletin, Family and Child Welfare, 1955

19 Bulletin, Mental Health, 1955

20 Bulletin, Miscellaneous, 1955

21 Bulletin, Public Health and Medical Care, 1955

22 Bulletin, Public Welfare, 1955

23 Bulletin, Special, 1955
69 1 Bulletin, Correspondence, 1956

2 Bulletin, Family and Child Welfare, 1956

3 Bulletin, Mental Health, 1956

4 Bulletin, Miscellaneous, 1956

5 Bulletin, Public Health, 1956

6 Bulletin, Public Welfare, 1956

7 Bulletin, Special, 1956

8 Bulletin, Summary, 1956

9 Bulletin, Action, 1957

10 Bulletin, Correspondence, 1957

11 Bulletin, Family and Child Welfare, 1957

12 Bulletin, Mental Hygiene, 1957

13 Bulletin, Miscellaneous, 1957

14 Bulletin, Public Health, 1957

15 Bulletin, Public Welfare, 1957

16 Bulletin, Special, 1957

17 Bulletin, Summary, 1957

18 Bulletin, Action, 1958

19 Bulletin, Correspondence, 1958

20 Bulletin, Family and Child Welfare, 1958
70 1 Bulletin, Mental Health, 1958

2 Bulletin, Miscellaneous, 1958

3 Bulletin, Public Health, 1958

4 Bulletin, Public Welfare, 1958

5 Bulletin, Special, 1958

6 Bulletin, Summary, 1958

7 Bulletin, Action, 1959

8 Bulletin, Family and Child Welfare, 1959

9 Bulletin, Mental Health, 1959

10 Bulletin, Miscellaneous, 1959

11 Bulletin, Public Health, 1959

12 Bulletin, Public Welfare, 1959

13 Bulletin, Special, 1959

14 Bulletin, Action, 1960

15 Bulletin, Family and Child Welfare, 1960

16 Bulletin, Mental Health, 1960

17 Bulletin, Miscellaneous, 1960

18 Bulletin, Public Health, 1960

19 Bulletin, Public Welfare, 1960

20 Bulletin, Special, 1960

21 Bulletin, Action, 1961

22 Bulletin, Family and Child Welfare, 1961

23 Bulletin, Mental Health, 1961

24 Bulletin, Miscellaneous, 1961
71 1 Bulletin, Public Health, 1961

2 Bulletin, Public Welfare, 1961

3 Bulletin, Special, 1961

4 Bulletin, Action, 1962

5 Bulletin, Family and Child Welfare, 1962

6 Bulletin, Mental Hygiene, 1962

7 Bulletin, Miscellaneous, 1962

8 Bulletin, Public Health, 1962

9 Bulletin, Public Welfare, 1962

10 Bulletin, Special, 1962

11 Bulletin, Action, 1963

12 Bulletin, Family and Child Welfare, 1963

13 Bulletin, Mental Health, 1963

14 Bulletin, Miscellaneous, 1963

15 Bulletin, Public Health, 1963

16 Bulletin, Public Welfare, 1963

17 Bulletin, Special, 1963

18 Bulletin, Action, 1964

19 Bulletin, Family and Child Welfare, 1964

20 Bulletin, Mental Health, 1964

21 Bulletin, Miscellaneous, 1964

22 Bulletin, Public Health, 1964

23 Bulletin, Public Welfare, 1964

24 Bulletin, Special, 1964
72 1 Bulletin, Action, 1965

2 Bulletin, Family and Child Welfare, 1965

3 Bulletin, Mental Health, 1965

4 Bulletin, Miscellaneous, 1965

5 Bulletin, Public Health, 1965

6 Bulletin, Public Welfare, 1965

7 Bulletin, Special, 1965

8 Bulletin, Action, 1966

9 Bulletin, Constitutional Convention, 1966

10 Bulletin, Family and Child Welfare, 1966

11 Bulletin, Mental Health, 1966

12 Bulletin, Miscellaneous, 1966

13 Bulletin, Public Health, 1966

14 Bulletin, Public Welfare, 1966

15 Bulletin, Special, 1966

16 Bulletin, Action, 1967

17 Bulletin, Constitutional Convention, 1967

18 Bulletin, Family and Child Welfare, 1967

19 Bulletin, General Information, 1967

20 Bulletin, Mental Health, 1967
73 1 Bulletin, Public Health, 1967

2 Bulletin, Public Welfare, 1967

3 Bulletin, Special, 1967

4 Bulletin, Action, 1968

5 Bulletin, Family and Child Welfare, 1968

6 Bulletin, Mental Health, 1968

7 Bulletin, Miscellaneous, 1968

8 Bulletin, Public Health, 1968

9 Bulletin, Social Welfare, 1968

10 Bulletin, Special, 1968

11 Bulletin, Action, 1969

12 Bulletin, Family and Child Welfare, 1969

13 Bulletin, Mental Health, 1969

14 Bulletin, Miscellaneous, 1969

15 Bulletin, Public Health, 1969

16 Bulletin, Social Welfare, 1969

17 Bulletin, Special, 1969
74 1 Bulletin, Action, 1970

2 Bulletin, Miscellaneous, 1970

3 Bulletin, Social Welfare, Public Health, Mental Health, and Family and Child Welfare, 1970

4 Bulletin, Social Welfare, Public Health, Mental Health, and Family and Child Welfare, 1970

5 Bulletin, Social Welfare, Public Health, Mental Health, and Family and Child Welfare, 1970

6 Bulletin, Special, 1970

7 Bulletin, Action, 1971

8 Bulletin, Miscellaneous, 1971

9-11 Bulletin, Regular, 1971
75 1-3 Bulletin, Regular, 1971

4 Bulletin, Action, 1972

5 Bulletin, Miscellaneous, 1972

6-9 Bulletin, Regular, 1972


Series VII: Subject Files, 1909, 1914, 1918, 1920, 1923, 1925, 1928, 1933-1935, 1939-1945, 1949, 1951-1952, 1957, 1961-1967, 1970, 1981-1982
76 1 Abortion Law, Correspondence, 1970

2-3 Abortion Law, Information from Other Agencies, 1970

4 Abortion Law, Lists, 1970

5 Abortion Law, Meeting Minutes, 1970

6-7 Abortion Law, Memoranda, 1970

8 Abortion Law, Press Clippings, 1970

9 Child Welfare, 1914, 1918, 1920, 1925, 1928, 1933-1935, 1957, no date

10 Constitutional Convention, Informational Material, 1966-1967

11 Constitutional Convention, Memoranda, 1967
77 1-3 Constitutional Convention, Memoranda, 1967

4 Constitutional Convention, Miscellaneous, 1967

5 Constitutional Convention, Preparatory Materials, 1961-1967

6-7 Constitutional Convention, Proposed New Constitution, 1966-1967

8 Department of Welfare, Intake Procedures, Charts, and Miscellaneous, no date

9 Family Planning Repeal of Penal Code Sections, 1142 and 1145, Bulletins, 1965

10 Family Planning Repeal of Penal Code Sections, 1142 and 1145, Correspondence, 1964-1965

11-12 Family Planning Repeal of Penal Code Sections, 1142 and 1145, Correspondence, Other Agencies, 1965
78 1 Family Planning Repeal of Penal Code Sections, 1142 and 1145, Memoranda, 1965

2 Family Planning Repeal of Penal Code Sections, 1142 and 1145, Miscellaneous, 1965

3 Family Planning Repeal of Penal Code Sections, 1142 and 1145, News Clippings, 1965

4 Family Planning Repeal of Penal Code Sections, 1142 and 1145, News Releases, 1965

5 Field, Marshall, 1939-1942, 1949

6 Foster Homes for Children Campaign, 1942-1944

7 Meetings and Conferences, Programs, 1909, 1923, 1925, 1942, 1952, 1965, 1991, 2003

8 Report to the Council of Association for Improving the Condition of the Poor, 1923

9 Statewide Emergency Network for Social and Economic Security, 1981

10 Statewide Emergency Network for Social and Economic Security, 1982

11 Suffolk County Committee on Children and Public Welfare, Champagne Fashion Show, Scrapbook, 1961

12 Theis, Sophie van S., 1944-1945, no date

13 Wardwell, Allen, no date

14 Wheeler, Lilla, 1951


Series VIII: Publications, 1872-1952, 1955-1974, 1976, 1979-1981, 1989-2003
79 1 Annual Report, 1873

2 Annual Report, 1874

3 Annual Report, 1884

4 Annual Report, 1886

5 Annual Report, 1887

6 Annual Report, 1888

7 Annual Report, 1889

8 Annual Report, 1893

9 Annual Report, 1894

10 Annual Report, 1895

11 Annual Report, 1898

12 Annual Report, 1900
80 1 Annual Report, 1901

2 Annual Report, 1902

3 Annual Report, 1903

4 Annual Report, 1904

5 Annual Report, 1905

6 Annual Report, 1906

7 Annual Report, 1907
81 1 Annual Report, 1908

2 Annual Report, 1909

3 Annual Report, 1910

4 Annual Report, 1911

5 Annual Report, 1912

6 Annual Report, 1913
82 1 Annual Report, 1914

2 Annual Report, 1915

3 Annual Report, 1916

4 Annual Report, 1917

5 Annual Report, 1918

6 Annual Report, 1920

7 Annual Report, 1921

8 Annual Report, 1922

9 Annual Report, 1923
83 1 Annual Report, 1924

2 Annual Report, 1925

3 Annual Report, 1926

4 Annual Report, 1927

5 Annual Report, 1928

6 Annual Report, 1929

7 Annual Report, 1930

8 Annual Report, 1931

9 Annual Report, 1932

10 Annual Report, 1933
84 1 Annual Report, 1934

2 Annual Report, 1935

3 Annual Report, 1936

4 Annual Report, 1937

5 Annual Report, 1938

6 Annual Report, 1939

7 Annual Report, 1940

8 Annual Report, 1941

9 Annual Report, 1942

10 Annual Report, 1943
85 1 Annual Report, 1944

2 Annual Report, 1945

3 Annual Report, 1946

4 Annual Report, 1947

5 Annual Report, 1948

6 Annual Report, 1949

7 Annual Report, 1950

8 Annual Report, 1951

9 Annual Report, 1952

10 Annual Report, 1955

11 Annual Report, 1956

12 Annual Report, 1957

13 Annual Report, 1958

14 Annual Report, 1959

15 Annual Report, 1960

16 Annual Report, 1961

17 Annual Report, 1962

18 Annual Report, 1963

19 Annual Report, 1964
86 1 Annual Report, 1965

2 Annual Report, 1966

3 Annual Report, 1967

4 Annual Report, 1968

5 Annual Report, 1969

6 Annual Report, 1970

7 Annual Report, 1971

8 Annual Report, 1972

9 Annual Report, 1973

10 Annual Report, 1974

11 Annual Report, 2003
87 1 Annual Report to the State Hospital Commission, 1912

2 Annual Report to the State Hospital Commission and Annual Report of the Special Committee on Mental Hygiene, 1913-1915

3 Annual Report of the Committee on Mental Hygiene and Annual Report to the State Hospital Commission, 1916-1918

4 Annual Report of the Committee on Mental Hygiene and Annual Report to the State Hospital Commission, 1919-1922

5 Annual Report of the Committee on Mental Hygiene, 1923-1926

6 Annual Report of the Committee on Mental Hygiene, 1927-1928

7 Annual Report of the New York City Visiting Committee, 1913

8 Annual Report to the State Commission in Lunacy, 1893-1894

9 Annual Report to the State Commission in Lunacy, 1895-1896

10 Annual Report to the State Commission in Lunacy, 1897-1900

11 Annual Report to the State Commission in Lunacy, 1901-1902
88 1 Annual Report to the State Commission in Lunacy, 1903-1904

2 Annual Report to the State Commission in Lunacy, 1905-1906

3 Annual Report to the State Commission in Lunacy, 1907-1908

4 Annual Report to the State Commission in Lunacy, 1909-1911

5 Annual Report of the Subcommittee on Aftercare for the Insane, 1906-1909
89
Reports and Publications, 1872-1876 (bound volume)


Reports and Publications, Volume II, 1877-1880 (bound volume)


Reports and Publications, Volume III, 1877-1880 (bound volume)


Reports and Publications, Volume IV, 1880-1882 (bound volume)


Reports and Publications, Volume V, 1882-1884 (bound volume)


Reports and Publications, Volume VI, 1885-1888 (bound volume)
90
Reports and Publications, Volume VII, 1888-1893 (bound volume)


Reports and Publications, 1890-1893 (bound volume)


Reports and Publications, Volume VIII, 1893-1896 (bound volume)


Reports and Publications, 1896-1900 (bound volume)
91
Reports and Publications, Volume IX, 1897-1900 (bound volume)


Reports and Publications, Volume X, 1900-1903 (bound volume)


Reports and Publications, Volume XI, 1902-1904 (bound volume)


Reports and Publications, Volume XI, 1903-1906 (bound volume)
92
Reports and Publications, Volume XII, 1907-1908 (bound volume)


Reports and Publications, Volume XIII, 1908-1910 (bound volume)


Reports and Publications, Volume XIV, 1910-1911 (bound volume)


Reports and Publications, 1915-1920 (bound volume)
93
Reports and Publications, Volume XVII, 1921-1925 (bound volume)


Reports and Publications, Volume XVIII, 1926-1929 (bound volume)


Reports and Publications, Volume XIX, 1930-1933 (bound volume)


Reports and Publications, Volume XX, 1933-1941 (bound volume)
94
Reports and Publications, Volume XXI, 1942-1949 (bound volume)


Public Health and Welfare: The Citizens' Responsibility - Selected Papers of Homer Folks, edited by Savel Zimand, 1958


Modern Methods of Saving Motherless Babies, 1899-1904 (two copies)


The Care of Destitute, Neglected, and Delinquent Children, Homer Folks, 1902.


Hand-book for Hospitals, Abby Howland Woolsey, SCAA No. 32, 1895.
95
SCAA News, 1912-1919 (bound volume)


SCAA News, 1919-1924 (bound volume)


SCAA News, 1920-1924 (bound volume)


SCAA News, 1925-1929 (bound volume)
96
SCAA News, 1925-1931 (bound volume)


SCAA News, 1932-1946 (bound volume)


SCAA News, 1947-1953 (bound volume)

1 SCAA News, 1945-1950
97 1 SCAA Bulletin, 1990-1993

2 SCAA Bulletin, 1994-1997

3 SCAA Quarterly, 1997-1998

4 SCAA Quarterly, 1999-2000

5 SCAA, Reports, 2000-2002, 2004

6 SCAA Viewpoint, Issues 1-6, 1955-1960

7 SCAA Viewpoint, Issues 7-12, 1961-1966

8 SCAA Viewpoint, Issues 13-17, 1966-1969, 1979-1980

9 "The 1991-1992 Fair Financial Plan," 1991

10 "The 1992-1993 Fair Financial Plan," 1992

11 Address by Hon. Elihu Root, 1927

12 "A Battle Half Won," Homer Folks, no date
98 1 "Bellevue Training School for Nurses: 50th Anniversary," 1923

2 "Beyond the Rhetoric: Making Welfare Reform Work in New York State," 1989

3 "Can Home Relief Costs Be Reduced?," Hugh R. Jackson, 1939

4 "The Case of Public Health Versus Public Welfare," Homer Folks, 1938

5 "The Cause of Dignified Living: The Psychiatrically Disabled in Adult Homes," 2002

6 "The Central Purpose of the State Charities Aid Association," Homer Folks Address, 70th Anniversary Luncheon, 1942

7 Charities Article of the Revised Constitution of the State of New York, 1894

8 "A Comparison of the Poor Law with the Changes Proposed," no date

9 "Confronting the Disaster: Restructuring Personal Support Services for New York's High Risk and Troubled Children," 1991

10 "Continuity and Growth of the State Department of Health," Homer Folks, 1936

11 "Co-Operation or Obstruction in Determining Fields of Activity," 1937

12 "Democracy and Welfare," Homer Folks, 1939

13 "Dependent Children in the State of New York and What the State Charities Aid Association Is Doing for Them," 1916

14 "The Distribution of the Costs of Sickness in the United States," Homer Folks, 1928

15 "Eradicate Diphtheria!" (incomplete - first two pages only), 1926

16 "Fifty Years of State-Wide Public Service," 1922

17 "Fifty Years - Their Real Meaning," Homer Folks, 1922

18 "The Fight Against Consumption," 1908

19 "Final Report of the Special Committee in Charge of the Bill of the State Charities Aid Association Presented at a Meeting of the Association...," 1881

20 "The First Year: The Final Report on the Project to Monitor Title XX Senior Services in New York State," 1976

21 "For Each Child - The Care He Needs," ca. 1935, 1937

22 "Forty-Three Years Ago," Louisa Lee Schuyler, 1915

23 "Gertrude Folks Zimand: A Tribute," 1967

24 "Getting Together to Get Things Done," no date

25 "The Gist of It," 1925

26 "The Giver's Dilemma," Homer Folks, no date

27 "Golden Anniversary of the Child Placing and Adoption Committee," 1948

28 "A Half Century of Public Health Progress in New York State," 1950

29 "Handbook for Visitors to the Poor," 1878

30 "Health Legislative Record 1907-1946," ca. 1946

31 "Health and Welfare: A Study of the Comparative Social Significance of Tuberculosis and Certain Other Leading Causes of Death," 1925

32 "Health and Welfare Needs in New York State: A Survey Report," 1960
99 1 "An Historical Sketch of the Earlier Years of the Tuberculosis Movement in Columbia County," 1907-1932

2 "Homer Folks, the 'Boodle Board,' and Section 64.7," Walter J. Trattner Journal of American History Article, 1965

3 "How Foster Children Turn Out: A Study by the State Charities Aid Association," 1924

4 "Hospital Laundries: For the Use of Local Visiting Committees," 1880

5 "Hospital Needs in Poughkeepsie," 1913

6 "The Importance of Uniting Individual and Associated Volunteer Effort on Behalf of the Poor," Louisa Lee Schuyler, 1878

7 "In Regard to a Change of Nation for the State Charities Aid Association," 1920

8 "Intimate Glimpses of Successful People: Seeing Miss Mason," 1928

9 "Jungle Rule or the Golden Rule, Homer Folks," 1925

10 "Legislation for the Insane," Reprinted from the 15th Annual Report, 1888

11 "Making Relief Respectable," Homer Folks, 1934

12 "Mental Health Services at the Crossroads: The Case for Psychiatric Rehabilitation," 1991

13 "Methods of Securing Social Welfare Legislation," Elsie M. Bond, 1941

14 "Milestones in Health and Welfare," 1929, 1946

15 "Modifications and Developments of Our Knowledge of Tuberculosis," Homer Folks, 1929

16 "Multi-Problem Families: A New Name or a New Problem?," 1960

17 "Necessary Changes: A Blueprint for Real Public Assistance Reform in New York State," 1991

18 "New Hospitals Needed in Greater New York," 1908

19 "Newburgh: Symbol of Unrest," 1961

20 "The Next Eight Years," Homer Folks, 1915

21 "The Next Ten Years in the Campaign Against Tuberculosis in New York State," Homer Folks, 1927

22 "One Policy, Fifty-Eight Results: Variation in Hospitalization Rates of Non-Elderly Medicare Clients in New York State," 1990

23 "Origins, Growth, and Possible Developments of the Sanatorium Movement," Homer Folks, 1944

24 "Patchwork or Progress? Why a Public Welfare Law Is Needed," 1929

25 "Pathfinding in Health and Welfare," 1930

26 "The Prevention of Insanity," 1910

27 "Postal Savings Banks for the United States of America," 1885

28 "Prevention Succeeds," Homer Folks, 1924

29 "Prevention of Tuberculosis Proceedings and Handbook," 1908
100 1 "Program Review and Outlook," 1989-1991

2 "Progress Report and Continuation Application to Division of Chronic Diseases...," 1965

3 "Public Outdoor Relief," ca. 1913

4 "Public Relief in New York State: A Summary of the Public Welfare Law and Related Statutes with 1938 Amendments," Elsie M. Bond, 1938, 1940

5 "Relief Expenditures in New York State Justified?," Hugh R. Jackson, 1940

6 "Report on Conference of Members," 1881

7 "Report of an Evaluative Study of the Statewide Information and Consultation Service," 1968

8 "Report of an Evaluative Study of the Statewide Information and Consultation Service," Draft, Part 1, 1968

9 "Report of an Evaluative Study of the Statewide Information and Consultation Service," Draft, Part 2, 1968

10 "Report of an Evaluative Study of the Statewide Information and Consultation Service," Draft, Part 3, 1968

11 "Report of an Evaluative Study of the Statewide Information and Consultation Service," Draft, Part 4-Appendix A, 1968

12 "Report of an Evaluative Study of the Statewide Information and Consultation Service," Draft, Appendix B-Appendix E, 1968
101 1 "Report of an Investigation of the Methods of Fiscal Control of State Institutions," 1911

2 "Report on the Administration of Charities and Corrections in the City of New York," 1888

3 "The Say-So of Thousands," 1958

4 "SCAA," no date

5 "Sentinels of the Sick," no date

6 "Seventy Useful Years," Homer Folks Birthday Tribute, 1937

7 "Sickness in Dutchess County, New York, Its Extent, Care, and Prevention," 1915

8 "A Small But Resolute Acorn on Its 75th Birthday," 1947

9 "Social Research in Health and Welfare Agencies," 1960

10 "Social Welfare Law in New York State: A Summary of the Social Welfare Law and Related Statutes with 1948 Amendments," Joseph Prendergast, 1948

11 "Social Welfare Law in New York State: A Summary of the Social Welfare Law and Related Statutes with 1948 Amendments," Joseph Prendergast, 1948

12 "The State As Alienist," Homer Folks, 1916

13 "State Communities Aid Association: Improving Health and Human Services in New York State Since 1872," no date

14 "The State Institutions: How to Use Them Wisely," 1932

15 "Statement Adopted by the Board of Managers ... Concerning the Recommendations Related to State Hospitals ... ," 1902

16 "A Statewide Organization for Constructive Philanthropy," 1922

17 "Struggling to Survive: The Plight of AFDC and Low Wage Working Families in New York," 1990

18 "Suggestions for the Use of Local Visiting Committees," 1886

19 "Suggestions for the Use of Visitors to the Insane," 1880

20 "Suggestions for the Use of Workers Among the Poor," 1883

21 "Suggestions Upon Methods of Assisting the Working Classes in the Enforcement of Their Legal Rights," 1885
102 1 "Summaries of Annual Reports," 1914, 1921, 1926, 1955

2 "Survey of Human Services Citizen Bodies in New York State," 1981

3 "These 33 Distinguished Citizens Tell Why They Approve the State Charities Aid Association," no date

4 "They Approve!," ca. 1930

5 "Thirty Years of Service: A Tribute to Homer Folks," 1923

6 "Treatment of Public Intoxication and Inebriety," 1909

7 "Twenty-Five Years of Public Welfare," Elsie M. Bond, 1949

8 "Two Minutes on the State Charities Aid Association," ca. 1950

9 "The Tyranny of the Past and the Hope of the Future," Homer Folks, 1943

10 The Wasted Americans: The Welfare Dilemma in the United States, Preface-Chapter 3, ca. 1963

11 The Wasted Americans: The Welfare Dilemma in the United States, Preface-Chapter 4-Chapter 6, ca. 1963

12 The Wasted Americans: The Welfare Dilemma in the United States, Preface-Chapter 7-End Notes, ca. 1963

13 "Why Should Anyone Go Insane?," 1911

14 "The Year's Work: A Brief Summary of the 50th Year of the State Charities Aid Association," 1922


Series IX: Microfilm and Videocassette, 1873-1959?, 1976
103
Committee on Children (November 10, 1873) - Board of Managers Meeting (December 16, 1885), Microfilm Reel


Board of Managers Meeting (December 30, 1892) - Meeting (October 1, 1906), Microfilm Reel


Meeting (January 1, 1912) - Meeting (March 1932), Microfilm Reel


Meeting (April 1935) - Meeting (October 1954), Microfilm Reel


Meeting (January 1959) - Annual Meeting (January 31 1928), Microfilm Reel


Birth Control - Your Choice, Rochester Institute of Technology Student Television System, June 15 1976


Series X: Medals, 1900, 1923, 1926, no date
104
Exposition Universelle Internationale, Societe d'Assistance Charitable de New York, Medal, 1900


Eleanor Van Rensselaer Fairfax Medal, "Presented by the National Society of Colonial Dames of America to Louisa Lee Schuyler, 1923."


Dana Medal for the Prevention of Blindness, 1926


National Institute of Social Sciences, Dignvs Honore, Medal, no date


Series XI: Photographs
105 1 Adams, D. Nelson, Board Member, no date

2 Aldrich, Winthrop W., SCAA President, no date

3 Austin, Chellis A., Board Member, no date

4 Baehr, George, Board Member, no date

5 Barbeau, Dr. L.G., no date

6 Bey, Fouad, no date

7 Billings, Warren G., Executive Director, no date

8 Blaine, Charles G., no date

9 Brooks, A. Oakley, Board Member, no date

10 Brown, Gordon E., Executive Director, no date

11 Bond, Elsie M., SCAA Staff, no date

12 Canfield, George S., SCAA President, no date

13 Couper, Richard W., Board Member, no date

14 Daniels, Frederick I., Executive Director, New York State Temporary Emergency Relief Administration, no date

15 Davis, John W., Board Member, no date

16 Davison, G.W., Board Member, no date

17 Desmond, Thomas C., State Senator, no date

18 Donovan, William J., no date

19 Doody, Leo S., Commissioner, no date

20 Doust, Dr. H. Burton, Director, Bureau of Tuberculosis, Syracuse Health Department, no date

21 Dunnigan, John J., Minority Leader, New York State Senate, no date

22 Dumpson, James R., Board Member, no date

23 Dwight, Theodore W., First SCAA President, no date

24 Eisenbud, Merrill, Board Member, no date

25 Fairchild, Charles S., SCAA President, no date

26 Fearon, George R., Senator, no date

27 Finley, Dr. John and Mrs. Thomas Edison, no date

28 Folks, Homer, ExecutiveSecretary/Director, 1909, 1939, no date

29 Folks, Homer, ExecutiveSecretary/Director, 1928

30 SCAA President, No Name Indicated, no date

31 Gibson, Mrs. Charles Dana, Board Member, no date

32 Hancock, A. Van W., Board Member, no date

33 Hart, Dr. Hastings H., no date

34 Hastings, Dr. C.J., Health Commissioner, Toronto, no date

35 Hastings,[George?] Board Member, no date

36 Heyman, D. John, Board Member, 1964, 1968

37 Hincks, Dr. M., no date

38 Holsten Jr., Mrs. Alexander E., no date

39 "Hon. Irwin [illegible], Speaker", no date

40 Howard, Dr. Eugene H., no date

41 Hutch, Mrs. Frederick Delano, no date

42 Iberg, Lowell, SCAA Staff Member, no date

43 Johnson, Charles H., no date

44 Kleinfeld, Philip M., Senator, no date

45 Lindsay, Edward G., SCAA Staff Member, no date

46 Magazine Proofs, Portraits, no date

47 Maier, William J., no date

48 Mason, Mary R. SCAA Staff Member, no date

49 Maull, Baldwin, Board Member, no date

50 McCrann, Mrs. William J., Board Member, no date

51 McGinnis, "Speaker", no date
106 1 Metcalf, George R., Board Member, no date

2 Milbank, Samuel R., Board Member, no date

3 Milbank, Samuel R., Sir Alexander Fleming, and Dr. Harry S. Mustard, no date

4 Mills, Harriet May, State Hospital Commission, no date

5 Miscellaneous SCAA Personnel, no date

6 Mustard, Dr. Harry S., Executive Director, no date

7 Noufflaro[?], Aimée[?], General Director, Hospital Social Work, Paris, no date

8 Osborn, Robert W., Board Member, no date

9 Parsons, Dr. Frederick, no date

10 Parsons, Mrs. James Russell, Vice Chair of the Citizens Committee on the Unemployment Emergency Relief Bond Issue, no date

11 Pommerneck, Kenneth, Board Member, no date

12 Pool, Beekman H. SCAA Staff Member, no date

13 Rice, Dr. John L., no date

14 Rice, Mrs. William B., Former SCAA President, no date, with Notes by Hannah Ida Curry, 1959

15 Riis, Mrs. Jacob, no date

16 Roosevelt, Franklin Delano, no date

17 Rumsey, Mrs. Charles Cary, Board Member, no date

18 Russell, Harvey C., Board Member, no date

19 Salmon, Dr. Thomas H., Board Member, no date

20 Schuyler, Louisa Lee, SCAA Founder, 1915, no date

21 Sloan, Raymond P., Board Member, no date

22 Solomon, Dr. Alice, Director, Berlin Training School for Social Workers, no date

23 Smillie, Dr. Wilson G., Executive Director, no date

24 Smillie, Dr. Wilson G. and Homer Folks, no date

25 Spofford, Charles M., Board Member, no date

26 Straus, David B., Board Member, no date

27 Swan, Vilas M., Board Member, no date

28 Taylor, Ruth, Board member[?]. no date

29 Tiffany, Dr. William J., no date

30 Trent Jr., Dr. William J., Board Member, no date

31 Unidentified Portraits, no date

32 Vanderlip, Frank A., no date

33 Werner, Commissioner, no date

34 Wilbur, R.L., no date

35 Williams, Frankwood E., Medical Director, National Committee on Mental Hygiene, no date

36 Woman Seated in Chair with Book, no date

37 Yeager, Robert L., Board Member, no date

38 Bellevue Hospital, Children, no date

39 Convalescent Shop, 104 W. 17th St., 1935

40-41 Convalescent Workshop Scenes, no date

42 Hospital Scenes ('to be used by the City Hospital Visiting Committee"), no date
107 1-2 Hospital and Occupational Therapy Scenes, no date

3 Occupational Therapy Scenes, 1918, 1927, no date

4 Occupational Therapy Scenes, no date

5 Hospital and Occupational Therapy Scenes, Welfare Island[?] no date

6 Chautauqua County Committee, County Fair Exhibit, 1919

7 County Fair Exhibits, no date

8 Farm Colony, no date

9 Group Photographs from Unidentified Event at Alfred University, no date

10 Group Photos from Unidentified Occasions, no date

11 Folks, Homer, with a Child Waiting for Adoption, no date

12 Milbank, Samuel and Dr. Harry S. Mustard at Unidentified Meeting, no date

13 Milbank, Samuel and Dr. Harry S. Mustard with SCAA News Issue, 1949

14 New York State Association for Human Services Conference, 1979

15 New York State Health Commission, May 22, 1932

16 New York State Heart Assembly, no date

17 New York State Tuberculosis and Respiratory Disease Association, no date

18 Panel on Adoption Meeting, 1961

19 Regional Heart Meeting, Utica, ca. 1950

20 Promotional Photographs for SCAA Viewpoint: Social Research Issue, no date

21 SCAA Organizational Chart, no date

22 Scenes from Hal Conklin Looms, Hollywood CA, no date

23 Standard Oil Publicity Photographs, Community Service, no date

24 Tuberculosis Exhibits at County Fairs,1908-1909

25 Ulster County Tuberculosis Committee, 1951

26 Unspecified Dinner, no date

27 Visit to Onondaga County United Community Chest and Council, David Wallace, Gordon Brown, and Lowell Iberg, 1963
108 1 Aldrich, Winthrop W., SCAA President, no date

2 Bellevue Hospital, Occupational Therapy Scenes, no date

3 Boy in Wheelchair with Basket and Paintbrush, no date

4 Convalescent Shop Scenes, no date

5 Five Points, Print of Drawing, no date

6 Folks, Homer, Print of Painted Portrait, no date

7 Roosevelt, Franklin Delano, Signing New York's First Modern Public Health Law as SCAA Officials Look On, ca. 1929

8 Schuyler, Louisa Lee, Group Photograph at Women's Central Association of Relief Branch of U.S. Sanitary Commission Office, ca. 1865

9 Unidentified Portrait, no date

10 Women's Central Association of Relief Branch of the U.S. Sanitary Commission[?], no date

11 Women's Central Association of Relief Branch of the U.S. Sanitary Commission, Exterior of Building, no date
Loose Folios
Photograph, President's Dinner, Second Annual Medical Meeting, The National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis, Hotel Pierre, NYC, December 4, 1941


Photograph, SCAA 70th Anniversary Luncheon, May 4, 1942


Photograph, Tuberculosis Association Pioneers SCAA Luncheon, Hotel Commodore, May 14, 1940


Broadside, "SCAA" [general description of the Association's goals], 1913


Broadside Certification that Assembly Bill 5408 Was Signed into Law by Nelson Rockefeller, with Pen Affixed, 1968


Promotional Stamps from Foster Homes for Children Program, no date
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