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Harold Rubin Papers

1958-2004

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Abstract

Subject files largely consisting of retained records of local organizations dedicated to preserving Albany, New York historic neighborhoods and architecture as well as the Pine Bush.

Summary

Creator:
Rubin, Harold
Date Coverage:
1958-2004
Quantity:
7.0 cubic ft.

Harold Rubin was born in the Bronx and began his civil service career with New York State in 1950 as a statistician with the Public Service Commission. He joined the Department of Commerce in 1953 as an economist and the division of the Budget in 1956 as a research analyst, where he held a variety of positions until he retired in 1989 as a chief budget examiner. Rubin has a B.S.S. from the City College of New York and a M.P.A. and a Ph.D. from Syracuse University. A prominent Albany neighborhood activist since the 1960s, he is also known for his participation in a 1978 lawsuit which stopped Governor Carey's attempt to disclose the outside income of top level bureaucrats.

As a community leader, Rubin has chaired the Council of Albany Neighborhood Associations (CANA) from its inception in 1976 to May 1996. While playing a significant role advocating neighborhood concerns throughout the City of Albany, Rubin has also been active in the Center Square Neighborhood Association, his residence since 1964. He has also been an active member of the Coalition for Effective Code Enforcement, the Neighborhood Resource Center, and Friends of Albany Public Library. Among the causes that Rubin has fought for are tenants rights and the preservation and restoration of historic buildings and areas in Albany [Information on Harold Rubin's career from Kyle Hughes, "Albany's Gadfly Ends State Career", Albany Times Union, 3 May 1989; Karen Roach, "Neighborhood Group Turns 20", The Daily Gazette, 28 January 1996; and from Harold Rubin].

The Harold Rubin Papers consist for the most part of files Rubin kept as a neighborhood activist interested in historic preservation and neighborhood renewal in Albany, New York between 1964 and 2002. To a lesser degree they document Rubin's legal struggles with the administration of New York State Governor Hugh Carey over Carey's 1978 attempt to force New York State civil servants to disclose outside sources of income, and his interest in Governor Mario M. Cuomo's attempt to withhold salary increases for civil servants.

Rubin chaired the Council of Albany Neighborhood Associations (CANA) from May 1976 to May 1996. CANA is the coordinating body for Albany neighborhood associations. Rubin has also been involved with the Neighborhood Resources Center, the Center Square Association (his neighborhood), and the Capitol Hill Architectural Review Commission. His files on these organizations contained correspondence, minutes, news clippings on the organizations and issues they were interested in, organizational newsletters, and reports. His files also contain extensive correspondence with other Albany neighborhood organizations such as Hudson/Park Neighborhood Association and Pine Hills Neighborhood Association. The files included correspondence with Albany organizations interested in urban renewal and historic preservation including the Capitol Hill Improvement Corporation, the Capitol Housing Rehabilitation Corporation, the Historic Albany Foundation, Historic Resources Commission (1988), Historic Sites Commission, Albany Industrial Development Agency, Mayor Corning Memorial Committee (1984), and St. Joseph Housing Corporation (1983).

Rubin's files also contain correspondence with New York City and New York State organizations interested in historic preservation including the Brownstone Revival Committee, New York State Council on Architecture, and Preservation League of New York State; and national correspondence with and information on the Alliance for Neighborhood Government and Neighborhood Preservation. There is also a small general Clippings/Miscellaneous File on Albany issues of concern to Rubin.

The files are organized into four series: Albany Community Subject Files, 1964-1989; a State Employment Subject File, 1975-1977; a Neighborhood Associations File which contains sub-series on the following organizations: Council of Albany Neighborhood Associations (CANA), 1975-2002, Neighborhood Resource Center, 1975-1990, Center Square Association, 1972-1979, Capitol Hill Architectural Review Commission, 1971-1988, Coalition for Effective Code Enforcement, 1974-1977; and a general Clippings/Miscellaneous File, 1972-1980. An inventory of the 2004 accession is also included in the relevant series, but that material has not as of yet been fully arranged and described.

The collection is organized as follows:

All items in this manuscript group were donated to the University Libraries, M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives, by Harold Rubin on August 1, 1989; October 1, 1989; July 27, 1990; September 13, 2002; and September 8, 2004.

Processed by: Nicole Nadeau (June 1996), Amy C. Schindler (January 2003)

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Identification of specific item, series, box, folder, Harold Rubin Papers, 1958-2004. M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives, University Libraries, University at Albany, State University of New York (hereafter referred to as [shortened name]).

Contents of Collection

Quantity: 2.7 cubic ft.
The files contain newspaper clippings, codes, and investigations on a wide range of topics pertaining to urban issues such as housing codes and enforcement, highway construction, parking, preservation and demolition of buildings and historical sites, preservation of the Pine Bush, security, burglary, a 1973 investigation of police enforcement and corruption, taxes, urban community and neighborhood development and preservation, ordinances, and zoning. They contain correspondence with and information on the Hudson/Park and Pine Hills Neighborhood Associations, Albany neighborhood associations, Capitol Hill Improvement Corporation, Capitol Housing Rehabilitation Corporation, the Historic Albany Foundation, Historic Resources Commission (1988), Historic Sites Commission, Albany Industrial Development Agency, Mayor Corning Memorial Committee (1984), and St. Joseph Housing Corporation (1983); and correspondence with and information on the New York City Brownstone Revival Committee, New York State Council on Architecture, and Preservation League of New York State; and national correspondence with and information on Alliance for Neighborhood Government, and Neighborhood Preservation. The subject files also contain information on the development and building of the Civic Center, Capitol State Plaza, and South Mall, the preservation and history of such sites as Arbor Hill, Center Square, the Pine Bush specific to the building of Crossgates Mall, Pastures Preservation District (1973), the urban renewal of Ten Broeck Triangle, and Mansion Area, and the 1980-1981 demolition controversy over one of the buildings purchased by the Fort Orange Club to be demolished for parking spaces.
Arranged alphabetically.
BoxFolderContentsDate

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1 1-2Albany Civic Center1985

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1 3Albany City Salary Increases1986

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1 4Albany Code Enforcement (contains news clippings)1973-1977

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1 5-6Albany Code Enforcement1974-1975

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1 7Albany Code Enforcement1974-1976

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1 8Albany Code Enforcement1974-1977

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1 9Albany Code Enforcement: Rev Potter1976

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1 10Albany Common Council Procedures1980-1986

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1 11Albany Department of Buildings1974-1979

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1 12Albany Ethics Commission1986-1987

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1 13Albany Finances1983-1987

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1 14Albany Financial Report1980

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1 15Albany Highway Construction1983

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1 16-17Albany Housing1980-1985

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1 18Albany Parking Permit System1974-1979

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1 19Albany Parking Permit System1984-1987

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1 20Albany Police Department, Investigation1973

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1 21Albany, Preservation/Demolition1976-1989

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1 22Albany Prison1982

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1 23Albany Security Ordinance1980

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1 24-26Albany Strategic Plan1985

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1 27Albany Tax Delinquency1967-1968

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1 28Albany, Taxes1974-1975

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1 29Alliance for Neighborhood Government1976

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1 30Anti Grouper Legislation1975-1985

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1 31Arbor Hill, HistoryUndated

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1 32Brownstone Revival Committee1969-1974

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1 33Burglary Protection1975

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1 34Capital Hill Improvement Corp1977-1988

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1 35Capital Housing Rehabilitation Corp1977-1978

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1 36Capital State PlazaUndated

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1 37City Living Series1974-1978

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1 38Civil Service Mgt1982-1984

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1 39Center Square1974

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1 40Coalition for Fair Assessments1978-1979

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1 41Community Development1974-1980

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1 42Community Development1974-1977

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1 43Community Development1975-1977

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1 44-45Community Development1977-1978

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2 1-2Community Development1978-1979

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2 3-4Community Development1980-1981

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2 5Community Development1981-1982

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2 6Community Development1983

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2 7Community Development1984-1985

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2 8Community Development1988

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2 9Community Development, Central Avenue1981

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2 10-11Fort Orange Club, Demolition1980-1981

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2 12Friends of Albany Public Library1972-1990

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2 13-15Historic Albany Foundation1974-1989

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2 16Historic Preservation, Clippings1971-1975

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2 17Historic Preservation, Periodical1976-1977

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2 18Historic Resources Commission1988

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2 19Historic Sites Commission1964-1988

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2 20Hudson Park Neighborhood Association1973-1988

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2 21Industrial Development Agency1980-1984

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2 22Mayor Corning Memorial Committee1984

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2 23Mayor's Cup1984-1985

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2 24Neighborhood Associations1970-1980

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2 25Neighborhood AssociationsUndated

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2 26Neighborhood Associations, Conventions1976-1990

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2 27Neighborhood Preservation1976-1980

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2 28New York State Council on Architecture1974-1988

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2 29Pastures Preservation District1973

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2 30Pine Bush1978

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2 31Pine Hills Neighborhood Association1970-1988

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3 1Preservation League1976-1987

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3 2Preservation League Newsletters1976-1987

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3 3Preservation League1977-1987

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3 4Red-lining1975-1978

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3 5Retaliatory Eviction Protection1978

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3 6Salary Withholding Lawsuit1983

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3 7St. Joseph's Housing Corporation1983

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3 8-9South Mall Envisions 1972-1974

2 folders

2 folders

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3 9-10Ten Broeck Triangle, Urban Renewal1980

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3 11Thomas J. Senchyna Award1981-1990

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3 12Urban Development Action Program1978-1985

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3 13University/Community1985-1986

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3 14Urban Renewal, Mansion Area1908

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3 15Zoning1983

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3 16Zoning1988

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3 17Zoning, Use Variance1984

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3 18Zoning, Definition of Family1973-1985

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3 19Zoning, Definition of Family Lawsuits1972

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3 20Zoning, Definition of Family Lawsuits1973

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3 21Zoning, Definition of Family Lawsuits1974-1979

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3 22Zoning Ordinances1967, 1978
Quantity: 0.6 cubic ft.
The files relate primarily to Harold Rubin's opposition to Governor Hugh Carey's attempt (Executive Order #10, #10-1) to impose financial disclosure requirements on civil servants which would have curtained their participation in outside activities. They include a statement by Barbara Zaron, president of the Organization of New York State Management/Confidential Employees, at the Civil Service Merit System Hearing of 1984 and two letters on the issue. Also included are briefs and a memorandum on James T. Evans, M.D. vs. Hugh L. Carey, Governor, concerning the public financial disclosure of civil servants private income records and the briefs on Susan Rapp vs Governor Carey on disclosure of public servants and the the Executive Order overturned by the New York Supreme Court of Appeals in James T. Evans vs. Governor Carey. There are briefs and exhibits on the salary increase withholding lawsuit of 1983, Charles Shattenkirk and Eugene Tashman vs Michael Finnerty, Budget Director of New York State, and Governor Mario Cuomo.
Arranged alphabetically.
SUNY/TIAA, Pension options prior to adoption of TIAA-CREF, Pensions- Vesting, Albany Industrial Project (1996-1997)
Quantity: 2.0 cubic ft.
The file contains clippings, correspondence, minutes of meetings, newsletters and other publications, reports, records of lawsuits, relating to Harold Rubin's membership in or interest in Albany neighborhood associations and groups involved in urban renewal and revitalization (historic preservation) including: the Capital Hill Architectural Review Commission, the Center Square Association, Council of Albany Neighborhood Associations, the Neighborhood Resource Center. The files are organized into sub-series by association or organization as follows:
Arranged in sub-series by organization and alphabetically thereunder.
CANA is an umbrella organization of active neighborhood groups, and associate group members, involved in such issues as the city budget, mayor's salary increases, Capital Plaza security, Common Council Procedures, Ethics Committee, a proposed "Floor Thru" zoning amendment to authorize multiple dwellings in certain neighborhoods, historic preservation, home occupation, community development, regulating business signs (the Key Bank sign controversy), and other city issues. The Albany city budget files include news clippings, correspondence, testimony before the city council by members of CANA, and city budget's. The files also include CANA minutes and newsletters.
BoxFolderContentsDate

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Albany Budget2001

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Albany Budget2003

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Albany Budget2004
Contains general correspondence, clippings, committee placements, Director's reports, minutes, publications, and information on annual meetings and the Anti-Crime projects.
BoxFolderContentsDate

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5 20Annual Meetings1976-1989

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5 21-23Anti-Crime Project1978-1979

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5 24Anti-Crime Projects1979-1983

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5 25Clippings1982-1983

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5 26Committee Placements1976-1990

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5 27Director's Report1975-1982

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5 28Director's Report1983-1989

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5 29General Correspondence1975-1982

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5 30General Correspondence1976-1988

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5 31General Correspondence1978-1989

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5 32Minutes1975-1977

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5 33Minutes1978-1979

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5 34Minutes1980-1982

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5 35Minutes1983-1985

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5 36Minutes1988-1989

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5 37Property Assessment Guide1991-1992

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5 38Publications1976-1989
Contains information on the building of a McDonald's, Lawsuit vs. Board of Building and Zoning Appeals (1977), police court, Terry Fox properties, and other zoning cases.
BoxFolderContentsDate

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5 39Lawsuit vs. Board of Building and Zoning Appeals1977

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5 40McDonald's1972

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5 41Police Court1975-1976

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5 42Terry Fox Properties1977-1979

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5 43Zoning1969

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5 Center Square Association

Scope and Contents

Jay Street 175 (Knickerbockers Apts.).

Jay Street 182 to 201.

128 Lancaster Street (Tri City Women's Center).

Lancaster Street 151/153.

Lancaster Street 152.

Lancaster Street 171-173 (8-13-73).

Lancaster Street 177.

So. Susan Street 96/98.

State Street 256.

State Street 258 (former Russell Sage).

State Street 281-283 (Camary Inc.).

State Street 281/283.

State Street 312.

State Street 314.

Processing Information

Unprocessed Accession.

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5 Center Square Association 1958-1979

Scope and Contents

Center Square Association, Formed, 1958.

Center Square Association, 1958.

Center Square Association, 1959.

Center Square Association, 1960s.

Center Square Association, 1970.

Center Square Association, 1971.

Center Square Association, 1972.

Center Square Association, 1973.

Center Square Association, 1974.

Center Square Association, 1975.

Center Square Association, 1976.

Center Square Association, 1977.

Center Square Association, 1978.

Center Square Association, 1979.

Processing Information

Unprocessed Accession.

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5 Center Square Association 1980-1989

Scope and Contents

Center Square Association, 1980.

Center Square Association, 1981.

Center Square Association, 1982.

Center Square Association, 1983.

Center Square Association, 1984.

Center Square Association, 1985.

Center Square Association, 1986.

Center Square Association, 1987.

Center Square Association, 1988.

Center Square Association, 1989.

Processing Information

Unprocessed Accession.

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5 Center Square Association 1990-1999

Scope and Contents

Center Square Association, 1990.

Center Square Association, 1991.

Center Square Association, 1992.

Center Square Association, 1993.

Center Square Association, 1994.

Center Square Association, 1995.

Center Square Association, 1996.

Center Square Association, 1997.

Center Square Association, 1998.

Center Square Association, 1999.

Processing Information

Unprocessed Accession.

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5 Open Container Ordinance
Processing Information

Unprocessed Accession.

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5 South Mall Environs - Study Leading to Preservation Zoning in South Mall Environs 1972-1974
Processing Information

Unprocessed Accession.

Contains agendas, appointments, minutes, and recommendations, and information on sandblasting, and tax delinquency.
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6 1Agendas1975-1988

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6 2Appointments1974-1981

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6 3Capital Hill Architectural Review Commission1974-1985

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6 4Capital Hill Architectural Review Commission1975-1978

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6 5Minutes1975-1977

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6 6Minutes1978-1980

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6 7Minutes1981-1984

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6 8Minutes1985-1987

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6 9Miscellaneous1971-1986

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6 10Recommendations1977-1979

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6 11Sandblasting1975-1979
Includes newspaper clippings and records on the organization.
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6 12Coalition for Effective Code Enforcement1974-1977

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6 13Coalition for Effective Code Enforcement1975-1976

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6 14-15Coalition for Effective Code Enforcement1976-1977

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6 16Tax Delinquency1977-1978
Quantity: 0.7 cubic ft.
Contains files kept by Harold Rubin relating to his concerns as a civil servant and in the Albany community. They include clippings about the State Investigation Committee (SIC) hearings into the awarding of governmental contracts in Albany; Albany code enforcement and community development issues. Includes one folder labeled Code Enforcement which inaddition to newspaper clippings includes Rubin's correspondence as head of the Center Square Association Zoning Committee in 1973-1974 with city officials including Mayor Corning, copies of speeches Rubin made to local organization, and drafts an article on code enforcement Rubin wrote which was published in the Times Union relating to the enforcement of zoning ordinances in Albany.
Arranged alphabetically.
BoxFolderContentsDate

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6 17Albany, State Investigation Committee (SIC), Investigation1972

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6 18Code Enforcement 1973-1979

Scope and Contents

(includes drafts of Rubin articles and speeches).

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6 19Miscellaneous

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6 20News Clippings, Albany1974-1976

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6 21News Clippings, Albany1980

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6 22Community Development, AlbanyUndated

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6 23City of Albany Charter Revision Commission1996-1998