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Associated Industries of New York State/Business Council of New York State Records

1914-2004

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Abstract

The Associated Industries of New York State/ Business Council of New York State Records contains documents which were created during the group's 66 years of business. Among the contents are files on the group's former directors, correspondence and legal council records. The records of the association also contain some publications from other sources.

Summary

Creator:
Business Council Of New York State
Date Coverage:
1914-2004
Quantity:
10.02 cubic ft.  processed to date

According to a short of history of the founding of Associated Industries of New York State, the Buffalo Chamber of Commerce called for a meeting of manufacturers on the 27th and the 28th of March 1914 in response to the labor laws of 1913 and 1914. Twenty-seven men, representing various businesses, met for these two days and appointed a committee to draft a constitution for an association which would combat legislation unfavorable to business. They voted unanimously in favor of that constitution, which gave the name of the organization as Federated Industries and its purpose as "to promote the mutual welfare of its members . . . and assist in establishing equitable and beneficial laws and rules pertaining to industries in the state of New York." The members decided their association should register as a corporation, and afterwards the executive committee met and voted to change the name of the association to Federated Industries, Inc., which was the first of many name changes.

By the executive committee meeting held on April 23, 1914, the association's name appeared in the general form it retained: Associated Industries (sometimes abbreviated to AI or AINY). An unincorporated body, the association determined in this first formal meeting "to go about its work not in a high-handed, but in a high-minded way, seeking to obtain only that to which it is entitled, but expecting to have all that willingly conceded and granted."

In the executive committee meeting of December 11, 1914, E. J. Barcalo, the first president of the association, brought up "the question of a proposed amalgamation between the New York State Manufacturers' Association and Associated Industries," but the members of Associated Industries worried that "the reported policy and the reputation of the New York State Manufacturers' Association as unfriendly to labor would be a detriment rather than an asset to Associated Industries."

At first, most of its members came from western New York, but by December 1914 the association had already begun to try to attract manufacturers in Glens Falls and were contemplating meeting with people in the Albany area. By 1915, the association had 748 members and a "considerable portion of the increase in membership was due to the amalgamation of Associated Industries and the New York State Manufacturers' Association, which occurred in June." The amalgamated association was named Associated Manufacturers and Merchants (of New York State). This merger helped extend the association's membership across the state. A few years later, the organization started to expand its membership into New York City.

During the board meeting of November 13, 1919, the board of directors recommended "the incorporation of the Association, under the Membership Corporations Law," and on January 29, 1920, Associated Industries of New York State, Inc., filed a certificate of incorporation.

The head office for Associated Industries opened in Buffalo in 1914. A second office opened in New York city in 1943 and another in Albany near the beginning of 1952. In late 1954, the New York office closed, and by 1962 the Buffalo office had closed, leaving the office in the state capital as the only office for the association.

The major officers of the association, the president and the secretary, were paid employees who did not have to be directors of the association. They and their assistants ran the daily business of Associated Industries. The executive committee made recommendations to the board of directors about all affairs of Associated Industries and required the approval of the board before acting on anything, but the executive committee also had the power to make decisions on its own in the interim between meetings.

On August 11, 1976, Active Industry for Development of the Economy (AIDE) was incorporated as a political action committee, funded by Associated Industries, that would donate money to political candidates "who will seek to improve the business climate of New York State." AIDE and a new policy of accepting whole associations as members to AI marked the beginning of a serious push to join others to achieve their goals.

The board of directors accepted Raymond T. Schuler as president on June 9, 1977. He was to be their last president. During Schuler's tenure, he built up staff positions, membership increased, and a few large companies like Gulf + Western and the Grumman Corporation joined AI. Schuler also travelled across the state making scores of speeches to business, fraternal and cultural groups.

According to a memorandum from the Empire State Chamber of Commerce and dated April 21, 1980, Associated Industries and Empire State Chamber of Commerce consolidated in 1980 to form The Business Council of New York State, Inc., with the goals of the new association being "to improve and promote the economy and business climate of New York State and promote the welfare of its members, their employees, consumers and the general public."

The general goal of Associated Industries was to restrict government involvement in business affairs, but the association had many specific interests, some of which changed or disappeared as the years progressed. One of their first and lasting concerns was workmen's compensation: they discussed and monitored legislation on this issue for the entire 66 years of their existence. Sometimes, though, their focus changed, as in the 1950's when their interest in workmen's compensation was especially concerned with occupational hearing loss. Taxation of all kinds, corporate as well as personal, always held their interest. Other topics of long term concern were unemployment insurance (1940-80), environmental pollution (ca. 1955-80), the cost and quality of education (1968-80), and energy policy (1971-80). There were also some subjects that interested for only a limited number of years. One of these was the National Bituminous Coal Act of 1937 which was an issue only until about 1945.

The primary sources of information about issues of concern for Associated Industries are the minutes of their board meetings (1914-79) and in The Monitor (1914-72), a monthly publication. During the 1960's, The Monitor became an organ of conservative opinion, even carrying a few articles by Ronald Reagan. Both these sources had information on the specific concerns of the association and on the general character of their thinking, but The Monitor is more frequently a source for their general political ideas and for their reactions to the events of their time because it was used as a public relations tool as well as a source of information for the association's members. After The Monitor ceased monthly publication and it became a quarterly leaflet named Monitor, the association published a few smaller publications which are not as good a source as the magazine these replaced. Press releases (1975-79) became a way for the association to disseminate their views and information about their activities. The issues files (1971-72, 1977-79) are not a very good source for information about the association's views because these files consist mostly of material not produced by Associated Industries.

During the term of president Raymond T. Schuler, there was a great increase in the amount of records produced. The most obvious of which was the addition of a president's file (1977-79) which consists of the scripts for speeches that Schuler made as president of Associated Industries and memoranda to and from the president's office. The speeches were an important part of the public relations of Associated Industries during the late 1970s.

The files on former directors (1950-81) contain files on individual directors which include correspondence from and concerning the directors, photographs of the directors, news clippings, tables of each director's association with Associated Industries, and other biographical material. For the most part, however, each individual file is fairly small and contains little information. Also within this series are general files on directors which are usually only lists of members of different committees.

The legal counsel records (1920, 1945-47, 1952-80) are not records produced by Associated Industries but are those kept by the different partners of Costello, Cooney & Fearon who served as legal counsel for the association. The bulk of these records consists of legal opinions as well as correspondence between Associated Industries and its legal counsel.

The records of the association also contain some publications from other sources (1957-80), most notably from Empire State Chamber of Commerce, an organization they eventually merged with to form The Business Council of New York State, Inc.

The collection is organized into the following series:

All series are arranged chronologically with the exception of Series 4, subseries 2, which is arranged alphabetically.

All items in the manuscript group were donated to the University Libraries, M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives, by the Business Council of New York State, Inc., on 30 June 1988.

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Identification of specific item, series, box, folder, Associated Industries of New York State/Business Council of New York State Records, 1914-2004. 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: 2.2 cubic ft.
Arranged chronologically.
Arranged chronologically and interfiled, except for the minutes of the Executive Committee meetings, 1915-19. Minutes through 1968 are glued into scrapbooks. Minutes of the meetings of the Board of Directors, including Associated Industries' first statement of purpose, various drafts of the constitution and by-laws (1914, 1920, 1955), and correspondence concerning the minutes (1923-62). Minutes of the meetings of the Executive Committee (1915-19, 1953-79).
BoxFolderContentsDate

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1 1Board of Directors, meeting minutes. Executive Committee, meeting minutes.ca. 1914-15

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1 2Executive Committee, meeting minutes.1915-1919

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1 3Board of Directors, meeting minutes.1915-1921, 1915, 1921

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1 4Board of Directors, meeting minutes.1921-1925

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1 5Board of Directors, meeting minutes.1925-1933

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1 6Board of Directors, meeting minutes.1933-1945

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2 1Board of Directors, meeting minutes. Executive Committee, meeting minutes.1945-1953, 1953

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2 2Board of Directors and Executive Committee, Meeting Minutes.1953-1956

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2 3Board of Directors and Executive Committee, Meeting Minutes.1956-1959

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2 4Board of Directors and Executive Committee, Meeting Minutes.1959-1963

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2 5Board of Directors and Executive Committee, Meeting Minutes.1963-1968

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3 1Board of Directors and Executive Committee, Meeting Minutes.1968-1973

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3 2Board of Directors and Executive Committee, Meeting Minutes.1973-1975

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3 4Board of Directors and Executive Committee, Meeting Minutes.1980
Quantity: 1 cubic ft.
Arranged chronologically.
Agenda distributed prior to the meetings, correspondence and memoranda concerning the meetings, pamphlets about the sites of large meetings, copies of minutes, copies of reports prepared for the meetings.
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3 5Executive Committee Meeting1970 May 21

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3 6Board of Directors Meeting1970 July 27

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3 7Board of Directors Meeting1970 September 17

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3 8Board of Directors Meeting1970 November 12

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3 9Executive Committee Meeting1971 May 7

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3 10Board of Directors Meeting1971 September 23

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3 11Board of Directors Meeting1970 December 9

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3 12Board of Directors Meeting1971 July 19

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3 13Board of Directors Meeting1972 July 17

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3 14Executive Committee Meeting1972 August 15

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3 15Board of Directors Meeting1972 September 14

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3 16Board of Directors Meeting1972 December 5

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3 17-18Board of Directors Meeting1973 April 3

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3 19Board of Directors Meeting.1973 July 16

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3 20Executive Committee Meeting1973 October 24

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3 21Board of Directors Meeting1974 January 16

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3 22Board of Directors Meeting1974 January 29

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3 23Board of Directors Meeting1974 July 22

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3 24Board of Directors Meeting1974 October 3

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3 25-26Board of Directors Meeting1975 January 30

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3 27Board of Directors Meeting (cancelled)30-31 January 1970

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3 28-32Board of Directors Meeting21-22 July 1975

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3 33-34Executive Committee Meeting1975 August 21

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3 35-36Board of Directors Meeting1975 September 18

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3 37-38Executive Committee Meeting1972 December 10

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3 39-40Board of Directors Meeting1976 January 29

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3 41-43Board of Directors Meeting1976 July 19

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3 44-45Executive Committee Meeting1976 September 2

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3 46-47Board of Directors Meeting1976 September 23

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3 48Annual Membership Meeting.1976 September 24

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3 49-50Executive Committee Meeting1976 October 28

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3 51Special Board Meeting on Revised Constitution and By-Laws.1977 January 27

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3 52-53Board of Directors Meeting1977 January 27

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3 54Board of Directors Meeting.1977 June 9

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3 55-57Board of Directors Meeting1977 July 24-25

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3 58Board of Directors Meeting (Folder 1).1977 September 25

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3 59Board of Directors Meeting (Folder 2).1977 September 25

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3 60Executive Committee Meeting.1977 October 7

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3 61-63Board of Directors Meeting1978 January 24

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3 64Executive Committee Meeting (Conference Telephone Call)1978 March 17

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3 65-66Executive Committee Meeting1978 May 18

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3 67-68Board of Directors and Nominating Committee Meetings1978 July 24-25

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3 69Executive Committee Meeting1978 July 25

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3 70-71Board of Directors Meeting1978 September 14

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3 72-73Board of Directors Meeting1979 January 16
Quantity: 1.14 cubic ft.
Arranged chronologically.
Speech files contain drafts of the speeches of AINY president, Raymond T. Schuler, correspondence concerning the speeches, programs for some of the events at which Schuler gave a speech, and news clippings concerning the subjects of the speeches. Memorandum files contain memoranda from the president Raymond T. Schuler (and occasionally from others) to the members of the Board of Directors and the Executive Committee.
BoxFolderContentsDate

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4 1Speech to the Greater Buffalo Chamber of Commerce (GBC)1977 September 8

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4 2Speech Before the Senate Standing Committee on Labor1977 September 15

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4 3Speech at Lockport1977 September 20

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4 4Speech to the Bankers Association1977 September 28

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4 5Speech at Syracuse1977 September 30

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4 6Speech to the Rotary Club of Armonk, NY1977 October 4

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4 7Speech to the Westchester County Association1977 October 4

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4 8Speech to the Oneida Chamber of Commerce1977 October 8

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4 9Speech at Corning1977 October 12

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4 10Speech at Ulster County Community College1977 October 13

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4 11Statement on the Westchester Growth Phenomenon1977 October

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4 12Speech at Industry/Environmental Conference1977 November 1

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4 13Speech to Members of the Oneida County Chamber of Commerce1977 November 2

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4 14Speech at Fishkill1977 November 10

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4 15Speech Before the Senate Subcommittee on the Impact of Taxes on Small Businesses1977 November 15

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4 16Speech to the Tripartite Conference1977 November 16

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4 17Speech to Public Administrators1977 November 29

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4 18Speech to Colonie Chamber of Commerce1977 November 29

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4 19Speech to the League of Women Voters1977 November 30

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4 20Speech to the New York State Motor Truck Association1977 December 6

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4 21Speech to Self-Insurers1977 December 7

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4 22Speech Before the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation1977 December 8

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4 23Speech to New York Bankers1977 December 14

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4 24Speech at Cornell1978 January 10

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4 25Speech to Syracuse Transportation Club1978 January 19

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4 26Speech to the Industrial Forum of Erie County1978 February 2

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4 27Speech to the Jamestown Manufacturers Association1978 February 7

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4 28Speech to the Latham Kiwanis1978 February 23

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4 29Speech to the Buffalo Chamber of Commerce1978 February 28

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4 30Speech to the Industrial Management Council of Rochester1978 February 28

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4 31Speech to the AFL-CIO1978 March 8

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4 32Speech to the Niagara Frontier Group1978

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4 33Speech at State University of New York, Albany1978 April 4

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4 34Speech at Stony Brook1978 April 5

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4 35Speech to Bankers for the Expansion of New York's Economy (B.E.N.Y.E.)1978 April 6

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4 36Speech to Union Carbide1978 April 10

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4 37Speech to the Industrial Relations Association of Western New York1978 April 11

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4 38Speech at Rockland County Annual Dinner1978 May 5

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4 39Speech to the Troy Chamber of Commerce1978 May 23

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4 40Speech to Bankers1978 June 5

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4 41Speech on Economic Development Planning1978 June 12

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4 42Speech at Cornell on Industrial/Labor Relations1978 June 16

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4 43Speech to Associated Industries, Board of Directors Meeting1978 July 25

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4 44Speech to the Energy Conference--Plenary Session1978 September 20

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4 45Speech to the Energy Conference--Panel1978 September 21

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4 46Speech at the Environmental Conference1978 September 21

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4 47Speech to the Northeast Chapter of the Air Pollution Control Association1978 September 28

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4 48Speech to Binghamton Rotary1978 October 3

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4 49Statement on Business and Government in New York State1978 October 7

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4 50Speech to the Westchester Builders Association1978 October 12

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4 51Speech at General Electric's 100th Anniversary Dinner1978 October 13

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4 52Speech to the Management Executives Conference1978 October 17

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4 53Speech to New York Telephone Seminar1978 October 25

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4 54Speech to Environmental Conference1978 November 2

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4 55Speech to Sylvania Management1978 November 13

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4 56Speech to Syracuse/Onondaga Conference1978 November 15

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4 57Speech to the Schenectady Rotary1978 November 30

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4 58Speech at Associated Industries' Membership Meeting, Rochester1978 December 12

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4 59Speech at Associated Industries' Membership Meeting, Buffalo1978 December 12

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4 60Speech at Associated Industries' Membership Meeting, Syracuse1978 December 13

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4 61Speech to New York Telephone Seminar1979 February 07

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4 62Speech to Oneida Management Group1979 February 22

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4 63Speech to Associated Industries' Membership Meeting, Utica1979 February 22

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4 64Speech to State Government Relations Committee-American Paper Institute1979 March 1

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4 65Speech to Citizens Foundation1979 March 2

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4 66Speech to New York Telephone Association1979 March 6

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4 67Speech to the AFL-CIO1979 March 6

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4 68Speech to School Boards Association1979 March 12

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4 69Speech to Magazine Publishers Association1979 March 16

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4 70Speech to the Southern Tier Industrial Group1979 March 22

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4 71Speech to Union Carbide1979 March 26

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4 72Statement on Retail Marketing Divorcement in the Petroleum Industry1979 April 4

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4 73Speech for Harry E. Salzburg Memorial Lecture Program1979 April 6

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4 74Speech to Commission on Independent Colleges and Universities1979 April 24

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4 75Speech to Niagara Falls Chamber of Commerce1979 May 2

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4 76Speech at Boy Scout Dinner1979 May 4

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4 77Speech to Buffalo Executives Association1979 May 7

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4 78Speech to New York Telephone Seminar1979 May 9

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4 79Speech to Transportation Council Meeting1979 May 15

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4 80Moderator at Siena College Insurance Seminar1979 May 17

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4 81Speech to the Chenango Chamber of Commerce1979 May 25

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4 82Speech to the Arthritis Foundation1979 May 31

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4 83Speech on Energy Advisory Service1979 April 25

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4 84Speech to the Syracuse Rotary1979 June 15

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4 85Statement on Tax Reductions and New York's Retail Potential1979 July

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4 86Speech to M.A.C.N.Y. Board1979 July 12

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4 87Speech at Associated Industries' Annual Meeting1979 September 21

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4 88Speech to Association of Colleges and Universities1979 October 9

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4 89Speech to Community Colleges' Trustees and Councils1979 October 13

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4 88Speech to Association of Colleges and Universities1979 October 9

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4 89Speech to Community Colleges' Trustees and Councils1979 October 13

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4 90Speech to Bankers for the Expansion of New York's Economy (B.E.N.Y.E.)1979 October 17

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4 91Speech to Chemical Bank1979 October 24

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4 92Speech to Bankers for the Expansion of New York's Economy (B.E.N.Y.E.)1979 November 14

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4 93Speech to Olean Chapter of International Management Council1979 November 15

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4 94Speech to Albany Chapter of Financial Executives Institute1979 December 10

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General minutes of the meetings of the Finance Committee.
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4 124Flynn, Robert E.1979-1981

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4 125Fraser, A. D. Ross1959, 1975-1976

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5 21Lowe, E. Nobles1969, 1977

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5 25McCann, Thomas D.1980

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5 31Mann, Eugene T.1977, 1980

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5 36Moore, Kenneth1968, 1976

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5 37Morris, Richard1971, 1977

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5 38Murray, James F.1971-1972, 1979

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5 39O'Neill, James A.1971, 1973

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5 40Petersen, George W.1976, 1979

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5 42Ransom, R.1979-1980

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5 43Reed, Everett1963, 1975

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5 44Relyea, J. Fred1980

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5 48Robertson, Miles E.1972

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5 51Sherran, Clifford1967, 1974, 1976

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5 53Shoemaker, Garth A.1950, 1962, 1972, 1978

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5 55Slater, Harry G.1970-1971

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5 56Snyder, Paul L.1970-1971

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5 57Stein, Josef1981

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5 58Stevenson, Wade1957, 1972

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5 59Stone, Franz T.1970, 1979

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5 60Strickland, M. Carter1969, 1971-1972

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5 61Taylor, William A.1958, 1967, 1971-1978

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5 62Timmis, James M.1969, 1975, 1977

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5 63Torrey, Richard F.1979-1980

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5 64Tunney, Eugene J.1980

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5 65Turner, Tom1971

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5 66Vanderslice, Thomas A.1970-1972

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5 67Walsh, John M.1976-1977

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5 68Waters, Richard1964, 1970-1972, 1976-1977, 1981

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5 69Weidlein, Edward R.1974-1975, 1981

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5 70Welch, John F.1981

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5 74Wilson, Malcolm1975, 1979-1980

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5 75Winger, Albert E.1971

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5 78Board of Directors, Elections and Resignations1965-1972

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5 82Directors' Committee on Compensation1975

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5 84Directors' Committee on Group Insurance1976

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5 85Directors' Committee, Nominating1974-1979

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5 88Directors' Committee to Review Dues Schedule and Membership Program1976-1978

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General auditor's reports, statements of assets, statements of receipts and disbursements.
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Newsletters on subjects of interest to AINY. Empire News (1957-76), news releases and bulletins from the Empire State Chamber of Commerce (1979), The Advisor and Research and Education (1958-60, 1968-69), Legislative Digest (1969), "Legislative Report" (1970).
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9 15Empire State Chamber of Commerce, Empire News1957-1976

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