Herbert H. Lehman and New York's Little New Deal

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NOTES
1.
Rochester Times Union, October 15, 1934.
2.
New York Times, September 23, 1934.
3.
Hickok Report, October 2-12, 1933, "Hickok Reports," Harry Hopkins Papers, FDRL.
4.
Wayne W. Parrish to Harry Hopkins, November 17, 1934, "Narrative Field Reports," ibid.
5.
Wayne W. Parrish to Harry Hopkins, November 11, 1934, ibid.
7.
David C. Adie, "A State Handles Its Public Welfare Problems," Social Service Review, VII ( September 1933):420.
8.
The New York Red Book, 1933 ( Albany, 1933), p. 316; "In Memoriam: David C. Adie, 1888-1943," Social Service Review, XVII ( June 1943):227-28; Interview of HHL by Allan Nevins , February 2, 1959, Nevins Research File, HHLP.
9.
Buffalo Evening News, April 5, 1934. See also Adie Address, May 22, 1934, "Social Welfare--General, 1933-36," Reel 88, GP, HHLP.
10.
David C. Adie, "The Organization of a National Welfare Program," Social Service Review, VIII ( September 1934):424-25.
12.
HHL Message to the Legislature, April 18, 1934, Public Papers, 1934, pp. 122-25; Laws of New York, 1934, Chap. 718.
13
. Alfred H. Schoellkopf to HHL, July 13, 1934, HHL to Schoellkopf, July 20, 1934, Gen. Corr., 1933-40, HHLP; Folks to HHL, September 28, October 30, 1934, HHL to Folks, October 1, 1934, "$40,000,000 Bond Issue, Reel 34, GP, HHLP. The results of the balloting were 1,422,177 votes in favor and 368,589 opposed. New York State, Legislative Manual, 1935 ( Albany, 1935), p. 980.
14.
New York Times, May 31, June, 5, 24, 1934.
15.
HHL Message to the Legislature, July 24, 1934, Public Papers, 1934, pp. 1464-7; Laws of New York, 1934, chap. 873; A. A. Berle, Jr., to Franklin D. Roosevelt, July 25, 1934, PPF 1306, FDRL.
16.
New York Times, August 30, September 15, 26, 30, October 2, November 11, 21, 1934.
17.
Laws of New York, 1935, chap. 601; Laws of New York, 1936, chap. 414; Laws of New York, 1937, chap. 327; Laws of New York, 1938, chap. 444; Laws of New York, 1939, chap. 659; Laws of New York, 1940, chap. 245; Laws of New York, 1941, chap. 200.
18.
In 1942, the state gave all its communities additional taxing authority on a permanent basis, which made unemployment relief a regular item in municipal budgets. Laws of New York, 1942, chap. 755; New York Times, April 1, 1942.
19.
Preliminary draft, Alfred H. Schoellkopf to HHL, June 4, 1934, Frederick I. Daniels to HHL, June 8, 1934, "Unemployment Relief Commission, 1933-35," Reel 98, GP, HHLP. (Hereinafter referred to as "URC.")
20.
Commission members included Winthrop W. Aldrich ( chairman of the board of the Chase National Bank), William P. Capes ( secretary of the State Conference of Mayors,), Homer Folks, Fred J. Freestone ( head of the State Grange), Mary L. Gibbons ( director of the New York City Emergency Relief Bureau), Porter R. Lee ( a former president of the National Conference of Social Workers), Thomas J. Lyons ( a vice president of the State Federation

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  • Title Page iii
  • Foreword vii
  • Preface ix
  • Notes xi
  • Contents xiii
  • Illustrations xv
  • Introduction xvii
  • Notes xix
  • I- from Wall Street to State Street 1
  • Notes 24
  • II- Emergency Unemployment Relief 31
  • Notes 42
  • III- From Emergency Relief to the Welfare State 48
  • Notes 66
  • IV- The Search for Security 71
  • Notes 94
  • V- Defending the Defenseless 102
  • Notes 123
  • VI- Lending Labor a Hand 131
  • VII- The Promise of Parity 148
  • Notes 172
  • VIII- The Advent of Public Housing 182
  • IX- Battling the Utilities 210
  • Notes 226
  • X- The End of an Era 231
  • Notes 244
  • Notes 255
  • Bibliography 257
  • Index 275
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