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Collection TitleCL 60 League of Women VotersCreatorBooth Library
Processed ByKim Richards
Date Completed:November 21, 2007
Terms:

LWVUS - League of Women Voters of the United States; NYSLWV - New York State League of Women Voters; LWVCC - League of Women Voters of Chemung County.

Notes:Collection was processed to the folder level, not to specific documents.  For more details regarding this collection, please visit the Booth Library, or contact the archivist.
Extent6.5 Linear Feet
Abstract

CL 60 - League of Women Voters contains administrative documents from the Chemung County Chapter, as well as informational guides from the State and National Chapters.  Also included are documents and booklets regarding political issues to assist voters.



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TitleDocumentBox NumberFolder NumberLocation
Folder contains information regarding the LWVNYS Programs during 2003.DocumentsF21
Folder contains information regarding the LWVUS Policy Positions, 2000-2003.DocumentsF22
Folder contains information regarding State Lobbying Day, 1993.DocumentsF23
Folder contains information regarding Lobbying.DocumentsF24
Folder contains the booklet: Guidelines for LWVNYS Educations Foundation Local Grants Management Service, 2003-2004 Edition.BookletF25
Folder contains information regarding LWV publications.DocumentsF26
Folder contains information regarding Women in Politics.DocumentsF27
Folder contains information regarding contacts in the LWVNYS, 2004.DocumentsF28
Folder contains the booklet The League of Women Voters of New York State: Council Kit, April 2004. Budget Information.BookletF29
Folder contains Facts for Voters brochures for the years 1967 through 1986.BrochuresF30
Folder contains miscellaneous information on the LWV.DocumentsF31
Voters Service in New York State: A Handbook, by the League of Women Voters of New York State, 1977.BookletF32
Annual Report, 1993: New York State Commission on Judicial Conduct.BookletF33
The Judicial Maze: The Court System in New York State by the League of Women Voters of New York State, 1988.BookletF34
The Constitution and the Courts: A Citizen's Discussion Guide by the League of Women Voters Education Fund Project, 1987.BookletF35
Poughkeepsie'85: A Case Study of Election Law Abuses by the New York State Commission on Government Integrity, June 1990.BookletF36
Effective Government Now for the New Century: A Report to the People, the Governor, and the Legislators of New York. The Final Report of the Temporary New York State Commission on Constitutional Revision, February 1995.BookletF37
Interim Report of the Governor's Blue Ribbon Commission on Condolidation of Local Governments, November 1991.BookletF38
The Midas Touch: Campaign Finance Practices of Statewide Officeholders by the New York State Commission on Government Integrity, June 1989.BookletF39
21st Century Environmental Quality Bond Act, no date.BookletF40
Seeds of Tomorrow: Issues in Agricultural Research and Technology, a Citizens Guide from the League of Women Voters, 1992.BookletF41
Plan for Selecting a Preferred Method for Disposal of Low-Level Radioactive Wastes, July 1993 by the New York State Low-Level Radioactive Waste Siting Commission.BookletF42
U.S. Farm Policy: Who Benefits? Who Pays? Who Decides? A Citizen's Guide from the League of Women Voters, 1990.BookletF43
The New York State Erie/Barge Canal System by Mildred Whalen, 1993.BookletF44
Unmet Needs: The Growing Crisis in America, by the League of Women Voters, 1988.BookletG01
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