David Dinkins Papers, 1941-2001 [Bulk Dates: 1985-1993].

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David Dinkins Papers, 1941-2001, [Bulk Dates: 1985-1993].

David Dinkins Papers, 1941-2001 [Bulk Dates: 1985-1993].

These papers comprise correspondence, organizational records and documents, speeches, public schedules, photographs and memorabilia relating to the public life of David N. Dinkins, civil servant to the City of New York for over thirty years and professor in the Practice of Public Affairs at the Columbia University School of International and Public Affairs.

91 linear ft. (160 document boxes, 12 flat boxes, 5 index card boxes, 4 poster boxes)

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