New-York Historical Society
Account book, 1841-1846, kept by the treasurer, Cornelius Du Bois, in account with the managers. It also contains annual reports and letters sent. Pasted in is a lettr from the managers dated February 11, 1846, accepting Du Bois's resignation as treasurer
Connecticut Historical Society
Indentures and other documents binding minor wards of the Society for the Reformation of Juvenile Delinquents of the City of New York as apprentices to Sylvester Lusk of Enfield
New York State Archives
Bertillon records of inmates who have been confined in Napanoch but who are not now confined in Napanoch, or are on parole from Napanoch. These records were forwarded to Napanoch from Elmira when the institution was part of the Eastern State Reformatory
New York State Archives
This series contains the department's copies of minutes of meetings of boards of visitors and monthly reports of superintendents and department heads at the following state institutions: Thomas Indian School; Woman's Relief Corps Home; State Agricultural and Industrial School; State Training School for Girls at Hudson; and State Training Schools for Boys at Highland, New Hampton, Otisville, and Warwick -- The first four institutions were placed under the "jurisdiction, supervision and control" of the Department of Charities (Department of Social Welfare after 1929) in 1926 (Chapter 651). The training schools for boys were opened later under department supervision
New York State Archives
These volumes contain the following information for each male inmate: name; age; date reviewed for school placement; occupation (volume 1 only); if ignorant of alphabet; if can spell easy words; if can read easy lessons; if reads imperfectly, readily, or fluently; if unacquainted with arithmetic; religion (volumes 1 and 2 only); present advancement in arithmetic (e.g., "addition", "fractions", "nothing"); if has some knowledge of geography, history, grammar; if can write his name; class entered (grade level); if attended Sabbath school; if can repeat the Lord's prayer; if can repeat a passage of scripture (volume 1 only); if uses profanity; if uses tobacco and/or alcohol; and remarks about health and habits of inmate's parents, inmate's reading and writing ability, transfers between 1st and 2nd division schools, religion, or other comments
New York State Archives
The registers contain background information compiled upon inmate admission. Volume 1 contains information on male inmates admitted from 1879 to 1884 and on female inmates admitted from 1876 to 1884. All other volumes contain entries only for male inmates. There are no entries for the years 1885 and 1887. Entries for 1886 and the years from 1888 through the early 1890s are very sporadic and incomplete
New York State Archives
These brief, preliminary records providing background information on new inmates were compiled before the full record was entered in the Admission Registers (series A1970) -- The books provide the following information: admission date; name; age; name and relationship of guardian ('F' for father, 'M' for mother, uncle, foster father, etc.); address; city and county from which committed (usually same as city of residence); offense or other reason for commitment (e.g. petit larceny, "incorrigible," "without home or guardianship."); amount of time spent in jail before commitment; court from which committed
New York State Archives
These volumes contain correspondence and related items submitted by the Superintendent to the Executive Committee. The documents were reviewed at the Committee's weekly meetings and were the basis for many of their actions and decisions -- The records include letters written by the Superintendent, letters referred by the Superintendent to the Committee, and related materials such as news clippings. Materials were submitted to the Committee to report on such administrative matters as: employee salaries and salary classification issues; legislation affecting the institution, such as appropriations bills; progress of construction, repair, or maintenance work; estimates and summaries of expenditures; hiring, firing, and resignation of employees; and special disciplinary cases (e.g. inmate assaults on employees)
New York State Archives
This volume contains very brief narratives or lists of information concerning female Catholic inmates -- The histories may provide: inmate name and number; where from; offense for which committed; date received; age when received; parents' names or an indication if deceased; extent of education and religious training; and present status (e.g. married; living with mother)
New York State Archives
Negatives of inmates who were confined in Napanoch but who are no longer confined in Napanoch and are not on parole from Napanoch

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