Report on New York State's archival problem, January 1963.


Report on New York State's archival problem, January 1963.

A report compiled by Dr. Albert B. Corey outlining the problems associated with the lack of a comprehensive archival program to preserve and house the records of state government agencies and officals. It also includes a number of proposals to solve the problem, mainly through legislative action and recommends the creation of a special state archival agency.

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