Clare Hogenauer is a retired New York City attorney who has been a death penalty opponent for decades. She has attended death penalty trials, lobbied government, spoken to school groups about capital punishment, and testified before legislative bodies during state death penalty hearings, including ones in Massachusetts, Connecticut and New Jersey.
The Clare Hogenauer Papers document her activism and efforts to try to abolish capital punishment. The majority of the collection consists of VHS tapes recording death penalty abolitionist events and speakers, especially those from Journey of Hope. There also are videos recording news of executions and a small number of paper records, including Hogenauer's testimony in New Jersey against the death penalty.
The collection is organized chronologically. There are no series.
Clare Hogenauer donated her papers to the M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections in 2006.
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Preferred citation for this material is as follows:
Identification of specific item, series, box, folder, Clare Hogenauer Papers, 1999-2006. M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives, University Libraries, University at Albany, State University of New York (hereafter referred to as the Hogenauer Papers).
|Video-Tape 1||Wrongly Convicted: How the Innocent are Sent to Death Row. A Definitive Symposium||1999 September 16|
|Video-Tape 2||Stephen LaValle Resentencing, Riverhead, NY||2004 August|
|Video-Tape 3||44th Street Hearing; Michael Ross Execution Vigil; CT Hearings||2005 January 29, 2005 January 31|
|Video-Tape 4||Michael Ross' Execution Vigil, Somers, CT||2005 May|
|Video-Tape 5||Sister Helen Prejean, Fordham Law||2005 May|
|Video-Tape 6||Journey of Hope; Austin, Texas; Murder Victims Families; Me||2005 October|
|Video-Tape 7||Journey of Hope, Austin, Texas||2005 October|
|Video-Tape 8||Journey of Hope; Austin, Texas; Juan Mendez||2005 October|
|Video-Tape 9||Journey of Hope; National Coalition Awards #1, Austin, Texas||2005 October|
|Video-Tape 10||Journey of Hope; Austin, Texas; No Silence, No Shame||2005 October|
|Video-Tape 11||National Coalition, Austin, Texas; Joe Lenfoe #2||2005 October|
|Video-Tape 12||Execution; Huntsville, Texas||2005 November|
|Video-Tape 13||National Coalition, Austin, Texas #1||2005 November|
|Video-Tape 14||Death Penalty Session; Albany Assembly||2005 December|
|Video-Tape 15||David Kaczynski, Ethical Culture||2005|
|Video-Tape 16||David Kaczynski, Ethical Culture Exercises; Murder Victim's Family Member||2005|
|Video-Tape 17||San Quentin Execution; Clarence Ray Allen||2006 January|
|Video-Tape 18||Sister Helen Prejean, NY CLA||2006 March|
|Video-Tape 19||Sister Helen Prejean, St. Joseph's, Patchogue, NY||2006 March|
|Video-Tape 20||North Carolina Execution; Willie Brown||2006 April 21|
|Video-Tape 21||Criminal Bar; Tavern on the Green||2006 June|
|Video-Tape 22||North Carolina Execution; Samuel Flippen||2006 August 18|
|Video-Tape 23||Journey of Hope; Church of the Ascension; Virginia Beach, VA||2006 October|
|Video-Tape 24||Journey of Hope; Church of the Redeemer; Mechanicsville, VA; Barbara Allen, 3 Klassen Sisters||2006 October|
|Video-Tape 25||Journey of Hope, Manassas, VA; D.C. Bridge; Helen, Williamsburg||2006 October|
|Video-Tape 26||Journey of Hope, Richmond, VA; St. Edward's||2006 October|
|1||1||Audiotaping and Videotaping: My History of Them and Why They are So Special to Me||Undated|
|1||2||My Athletic and Adventure Sport History||Undated|
|1||3||Six Degrees of Separation||Undated|
|1||4||Testimony Against the Death Penalty Before the New Jersey Commission||Undated|