New York Public Library
New York City cooper. Bills and accounts, 1858-1867, of Alanson T. Briggs, dealer in barrels and casks, at 64 Rutgers Street, New York, N.Y.
New York State Archives
This Commission was created by a law of 1971 (Ch. 413) for the purpose of attaining efficiency, economy and improvement in the operation of city government -- The Commission was directed to investigate and hold public hearings on management, structure, organization and the fiscal and governance practices of New York City, and its agencies; propose such legislation and recommendations in this area as the Commission shall find appropriate, desirable and proper for presentation to the Legislature at the 1972 session, including changes in the provisions of the city charter, administrative code and other laws
New York State Archives
The series consists of records of the commission's chief counsel, John F. Keenan, and document one of the many state efforts to investigate and reform New York City government. The records cover commission investigations of management controls in selected New York City agencies; they do not include information on the commission's research and reports on New York City government organization, finance, and housing programs. Records include letters, memoranda, general subject and clipping files, litigation materials, subpoena files, notes of testimony, and investigative files on the New York City Department of Social Services
New York State Archives
New York State Archives
Other material includes preliminary prospectuses for commission task forces on sanitation, narcotics control, environmental protection, health and hospitals, housing and community development, criminal justice, welfare, service productivity, jurisdiction and structure of city government, and higher education. Also included are statements, transcripts, and memoranda of city, state, and federal officials to the commission concerning proposals to decentralize the city government
New York State Archives
The series represents the hearing, background research and report files of the State Study Commission for New York City. The purpose of the temporary commission was to investigate governing practices and structures within the City of New York and to recommend changes to improve efficiency and economy
New York State Archives
The records include correspondence, state publications, research and data, reports, committee records and correspondence, policy and position statements, technical memoranda, and recommendation of the Temporary Commission on City Finances as well as the Mayor's final statement to the legislature
New York State Archives
Vouchers for supplies and services for the office of commissioners of Quarantine and for its tug boat, "State of New York"; transmittal letters of the president of the Board of Commissioners of Quarantine; and a statement of money disbursed for repairs and maintenance, 1904-1905 -- There is also a schedule of outstanding accounts for the Quarantine Station on Staten Island for 1924, with a draft letter to the Comptroller concerning the account