Board of Estimate and Control report files, 1921-1922.


Board of Estimate and Control report files, 1921-1922.

This series consists mainly of typescript studies or "surveys" made by Board employees concerning particular state agencies or institutions. These were copies directed to the Governor, a member of the board.

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