Appointment correspondence files, 1883-1936.


New York (State). Governor. Appointment correspondence files, 1883-1936.

Appointment correspondence files, 1883-1936.

This series documents the governor's power to appoint or nominate for appointment certain officials as authorized by the State Constitution and numerous legislative acts.

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