The New York City 100 Records 1995-2000 (Bulk 1997-1999)


The New York City 100 Records 1995-2000 (Bulk 1997-1999)

The New York City 100 Records documents the activities of the nonprofit institution “The New York City 100.” A public-private collaboration, the organization was created to focus on a year of New York history and to coordinate the centennial celebration of Greater New York’s consolidation. Records describe organizational structure and participants; background and planning; fundraising; events and programs; partnerships; educational outreach; public relations and advertising; accounting and finance; spin off products and licensing; and press coverage.

8.5 Linear feet; (18 boxes, 3 volumes)


SNAC Resource ID: 6330661

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