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Guide to the Records of Graham Windham
1804-2011
 MS 2916

New-York Historical Society
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New York, NY 10024
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Collection processed by Phyllis Barr 1992-1994 and 2006-2010, and again by Cherie Acierno 2011. Finding aid written by Phyllis Barr and Cherie Acierno. Machine readable finding aid created by Cherie Acierno in 2011.

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Descriptive Summary

 
Creator: Graham Windham.
Title: Graham Windham Records
Dates: 1804-2011
Abstract: The child care agency Graham Windham was founded by a merger of two predecessor organizations: the Graham Home for Children (founded in 1806 as the Orphan Asylum Society) and Windham Child Care (founded in 1835 as the Society for the Relief of Half Orphans and Destitute Children). The 1977 merger created Graham Windham Services to Families and Children, now called Graham Windham. The collection includes records of the Orphan Asylum Society/Graham Home 1806-1977, the Society for the Relief of Half Orphans and Destitute Children/Windham Child Care 1841-1977, and Graham Windham 1977-2011. The collection also contains one document from the Society for the Relief of Poor Widows with Small Children circa 1804-1881, a half box of records of the Tuberculosis Preventorium 1910-1949 and a volume of minutes of the New York Methodist Sunday School Society of the West Circuit 1835-1837.
Quantity: 81.6 Linear feet  (110 archival boxes; 225 volumes)
Call Phrase: MS 2916

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Historical Note

The child care agency Graham Windham (GW) was founded by a merger of two predecessor organizations: the Graham Home for Children (founded in 1806 as the Orphan Asylum Society) and Windham Child Care (founded in 1835 as the Society for the Relief of Half Orphans and Destitute Children). The 1977 merger created Graham Windham Services to Families and Children, now called Graham Windham.

The Orphan Asylum Society/Graham School/Graham Home for Children, 1806-1977

The Orphan Asylum Society (OAS) was founded on March 15, 1806 by a group of women, led by Isabella Graham, her daughter Joanna Graham Bethune (sometimes spelled Johanna), and Elizabeth Schuyler Hamilton, widow of Alexander Hamilton, first United States Secretary of the Treasury and an author of the Federalist Papers. Previously, in 1797, Mrs. Graham had founded (with Elizabeth Seton) the Society for the Relief of Poor Widows with Small Children (SRPW). The original mission of the OAS was to provide a home for six children of the SRPW whose widowed mothers had recently died.

The founders of the OAS elected a Board of Direction which was made up of a first and second directress, a treasurer, a secretary, and seven trustees. The day-to-day running of the OAS and most of the fund raising was done by women. A married couple was hired to live at the home and care for the orphans. Isabella Graham did not serve as a trustee at first, preferring to devote herself to the SRPW. She did agree to become a trustee in 1810.

The home for orphans opened on May 1, 1806 in a rented two-story frame house on Raisin Street in Greenwich Village. Twelve orphans were admitted during the first six months. By the end of its first year, 200 children had been admitted. They were taught reading, writing, arithmetic and sewing, as well as religious training. On July 7, 1807, the corner-stone was laid for a new home on Bank Street on land donated by one of the trustees.

In January, 1807 a constitution was written, and on April 7 the organization was incorporated. The constitution required that "The Orphans shall be educated, fed and clothed, at the expense of the Society and at the Asylum. They must have religious instruction, moral example, and habits of industry inculcated in their minds. As soon as the age and acquirements of Orphans shall, in the opinion of the Board of Trustees, render them capable of earning their living, they must be bound out to some reputable persons, or families, for such object, and in such manner as the Board shall approve." The Third Annual report notes that the Board made the decision to indenture the girls and boys as servants when the girls were able to read and write until they were eighteen and from the time the boys were able to read until they were fifteen. They then went back to the OAS and were apprenticed to learn a trade.

The OAS remained headquartered in Greenwich Village until 1835. Then, after an interval in a temporary space, it moved to a newly built Asylum on West 73rd Street and Riverside Drive.

The 50th annual report in 1856 noted that by that major anniversary, more than 1,500 children had been housed, taught and cared for. In 1855, the OAS passed a resolution making changes in the binding out system, allowing children to be indentured outside of New York State. In cooperation with the Children's Aid Society, over the next few decades the OAS sent some of its boys to families out west, in the placing out system now known as the "orphan train."

In 1880, the OAS adopted co-educational schooling. OAS children (and SRHO children as well) went to summer camp, had outings to the Barnum and Bailey Circus, attended lectures at the Museum of Natural History, and had picnics in Central Park. Civic organizations, the Children's Aid Society and the Fresh Air Fund made donations which made these outings possible.

In 1899, the OAS rented space in the United Charities building on 22nd Street to work in close association with other organizations. That same year, it hired its first paid professional superintendent. It also began to emphasize higher education as a goal for the children in its care. By that point, only one-half of the children at the OAS were orphans.

In 1902 it moved to Hastings-on-Hudson in Westchester County, New York, on a campus above the Hudson River, to provide a healthy country lifestyle for the children. There it created the "cottage system" -- smaller, home-like residences supervised by house parents. This innovation was a model for many other child care agencies.

The agency's practice of boarding-out/indenturing children was discontinued in 1905. Vocational training programs were increased and the older children began attending Hastings High School in 1914. In 1910, Mrs. R. G. Dun left a legacy to the OAS which provided the older children with scholarship assistance for advanced study. Dun Fund scholarships have continued to the present day.

Self-government was introduced among the children. The older boys and girls were given more responsibility and participated in administration. Social workers and psychologists were introduced after 1918. OAS expanded its educational program, and changed its name to the Graham School in 1929, in honor of founder Isabella Graham. In 1950 it was renamed the Graham Home for Children. In the 1950's, the home dropped its "protestant only" requirement to accomodate a new influx of Puerto Rican and other children. In 1958 men were admitted to the Board of Trustees for the first time. In the 1970's, a donation from the Batchelor family enabled the purchase of a building on Popham Avenue in the Bronx and the establishment of the agency's first group home -- Batchelor House -- which provided congregate foster care for ten youths. New buildings were also erected on the Hastings campus.

The Society for the Relief of Half-Orphan and Destitute Children/Windham Child Care, 1835-1977

The Society for the Relief of Half-Orphan and Destitute Children (SRHO) was founded on December 16, 1835 by Mrs. William A. Tomlinson, Mrs. James Boorman, Mrs. Littlefield and Mrs. Wheeler to help single parents or relatives who could not take care of their children because of ill-health or dire financial straits. It provided room, board and education to boys and girls from the ages of four through ten, using weekly or monthly fees collected from the child's relative, along with donations and government funds. The SRHO's mission "enabled 'poor but worthy (widowed) parents' to 'go to their daily labors,' secure in the fact that their children would be safely cared for, 'would be trained for some practical, useful course of life' and 'taught their duties and responsibilities as members of society.' "

The organization was incorporated in 1837. Mrs. Tomlinson was Directress from the founding until her death in 1862. The SRHO was run by women, with a male Board of Trusteees, including Mr. James Boorman and Mr. William A. Tomlinson. The home moved to increasingly larger quarters. It was housed first on White Street, then 12th Street, then on 10th Street and Sixth Avenue where it went through several enlarging renovations, before moving in 1891 to Manhattan Avenue and 104th Street, to larger quarters built on land donated by Mrs. Robert L. Stuart. The new home was called Stewart House. As with the OAS, some of the boys were sent west on the "orphan train" in the 1870's and 1880's. In 1912, the children were sent to public schools. A gift of land in Windham, New York, Given by Mrs. Henry Howells, in 1914, became the summer home for the children for many years. It was called Howells Holiday Farm.

The SRHO sold its Manhattan Avenue property in 1945 and placed the children in foster care. The following year, there was a complete agency restructuring. The male Trustees and female Directresses joined to become one group. In 1947, the organization moved to the Bronx and was renamed The Windham Society for the Care of Boys. In 1949, it merged with Protestant Children's Services, Inc. It was the first agency to provide emergency foster care for babies and young children, and the first to secure placement for African-American children. It was again renamed -- Windham Children's Services. It added an adoption program and a day care-center.

During the 1960's and 1970's Windham sold Howells Holiday Farm, established The Brooklyn Day Care Center which was one of the first preschools established in a low-income housing project, and initiated its family day care program under a contract with New York City. In 1969, Windham merged with the Child Care Center, an agency which had previously merged with the Tuberculosis Preventorium for Children. It changed its name to Windham Day Care, and also ran a group home.

Graham Windham, 1977-Present

In the 1970's, under the Child Welfare Reform Act, government agencies instituted many reforms which changed the delivery of child care services in the City. A special focus on families aimed to prevent family upheaval which resulted in foster care placement. At the same time, New York City faced a fiscal crisis which reduced the amount of funds available. Graham and Windham consolidated into a single agency in 1977, to face these challenges and strengthen and complement their services.

In 1978, Graham Windham (GW) offered for the first time services for the developmentally disabled. It created the first community based residence in the nation for severely challenged and handicapped youngsters from Willowbrook. When the Wiltwyck School closed in 1982, GW assumed sponsorship of its Manhattan Mental Health Clinic in Central Harlem. The following year it added an after-school program. In the 1980s GW renovated and added to its facilities, and moved its headquarters to 33 Irving Place. Grow With Us, an innovative preschool program for developmentally delayed children was established in the Bronx. The first work-site center for the children of Police Department employees was opened at One Police Plaza in Manhattan. A ninth group home was opened in Brooklyn.

The 1990's brought Therapeutic Foster Boarding Homes; Welcome Home for formerly homeless mothers and their children; The Beacon Center in Intermediate School 195; the agency's first child-care center in Harlem; the Family Support Services: Project Homeward Bound to reunite families; and The Bronx Neighborhood Center which was one of the first early Head Start Programs. The Hastings-on-Hudson Campus adopted the traditional name The Graham School to reflect its conversion to a residential school and treatment center with expanded and integrated services and an intensified academic program. In 2002, GW announced that literacy and education would be its signature mission. Community Learning and Technology Centers modeled after the one at The Graham School were instituted in the Bronx, Brooklyn and Manhattan centers, and in GW's early childhood programs.

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Scope and Content

The collection holds records of the childcare agency Graham Windham, and records of the predecessor orphanages, schools, and childcare agencies that merged to create Graham Windham. The earlier records include documents from the Orphan Asylum Society (later renamed the Graham School, then Graham Home for Children) 1806-1977, including minutes, annual reports, volumes of financial and children's records, brochures and other printed material, as well as other administrative materials and photographs, but not including administrative correspondence. The collection also includes documents from the Society for the Relief of Half-Orphans and Destitute Children (later renamed Windham Society for the Care of Boys/Windham Children's Services/Windham Child Care) 1841-1977, including an incomplete set of minutes, annual reports, administrative documents and a small number of photographs. Records from after the merger of these agencies in 1977 include minutes, annual reports, printed materials, memos, and photographs up to 2011. The collection also includes records of the Tuberculosis Preventorium for Children (1910-1949), which merged into Windham in 1949, minutes of the New York Methodist Sunday School Society of the West Circuit 1835-1837, and one document from the Society for the Relief of Poor Widows with Small Children (circa 1804-1881).

Arrangement

The collection is arranged in four series, corresponding to the agencies that produced the records:

Arrangement

  1. I - Orphan Asylum Society/Graham Home for Children, 1806-1981 (bulk 1806-1977)
  2. II - Society for the Relief of Half-Orphans and Destitute Children/Windham Child Care, 1841-1977
  3. III - Graham Windham, 1970-2011 (bulk 1977-2010)
  4. IV - Society for the Relief of Poor Widows with Children circa 1804-1881; New York Methodist Sunday School Society 1835-1837; Tuberculosis Preventorium for Children 1910-1949

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Access Points

Subject Names

  • Bethune, Joanna, 1770-1860
  • Graham, Isabella, 1742-1814
  • Hamilton, Elizabeth Schuyler, 1757-1854
  • Lapenn, Joyce

Document Type

  • Annual reports
  • Books
  • Clippings (information artifacts)
  • Contact sheets
  • Diaries
  • Invitations
  • Journals (accounts).
  • Journals (notebooks)
  • Leaflets
  • Ledgers (account books)
  • Memorandums
  • Minutes
  • Negatives
  • Newsletters
  • Newspapers
  • Pamphlets
  • Payroll records
  • Photograph albums
  • Photographs
  • Press releases
  • Printing blocks
  • Programs (documents)
  • Registers (lists)
  • School yearbooks
  • Slides (photographs)

Subject Organizations

  • Graham Home for Children.
  • Graham School.
  • New York Methodist Sunday School Society.
  • Orphan Asylum Society (New York, N.Y.).
  • Protestant Children's Services.
  • Society for the Relief of Half-Orphans and Destitute Children.
  • Society for the Relief of Poor Widows with Small Children.
  • Tuberculosis Preventorium.
  • Windham Child Care.
  • Windham Children's Services.
  • Windham Society for the Care of Boys.

Subject Topics

  • Adoption--United States
  • Charities--New York (State)--New York
  • Child welfare--New York (State)--New York
  • Education--New York (State)--New York
  • Foster children--United States--History
  • Fundraising
  • Group homes--New York (State)
  • New York (N.Y.) -- Social conditions -- 19th century
  • Orphan Asylum Society (New York, NY)
  • Orphan trains
  • Orphanages--New York (State)--New York
  • Orphans--New York (State)--New York
  • Social service--New York (State)--New York
  • Social work administration--New York (State)--New York
  • Social work with children--New York (State)--New York--History
  • Social work with youth--New York (State)--New York--History
  • Women in charitable work -- New York (State) -- New York.
  • Women philanthropists--New York (State)
  • Women's Charities--New York (State)--New York

Subject Places

  • Farmingdale (N.J.)
  • Hastings on Hudson (N.Y.)

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Administrative Information

Provenance

The collection was donated to the New-York Historical Society by Graham Windham in 2011.

Access Restrictions

Records of the agency open to the public include printed matter from any date, such as annual reports, brochures, flyers, programs, newsletters, newspaper and magazine articles, photographs from any date, and most records from the Office of Development.

Admission and discharge records, case histories, financial records, minutes, president's records, superintendent's journals, and school records are closed to the public for a period of 100 years from the date of their creation.

All records of the agency more than 100 years old are open to the public.

Researchers who wish to view open materials will register as Manuscript users, and be allowed access to the unrestricted materials in the collection.

Photocopying undertaken by staff only. Limited to twenty exposures of stable, unbound material per day. (Researchers may not accrue unused copy amounts from previous days.)

Use Restrictions

Permission to quote from this collection in a publication must be requested and granted in writing. Send permission requests, citing the name of the collection from which you wish to quote, to

Manuscripts Curator The New-York Historical Society 170 Central Park West New York, NY 10024

The copyright law of the United States governs the making of photocopies and protects unpublished materials as well as published materials. Unpublished materials created before January 1, 1978 cannot be quoted in publication without permission of the copyright holder.

Preferred Citation

This collection should be cited as the Graham Windham Records, MS 2916, the New-York Historical Society.

Related Materials at the New-York Historical Society

The New-York Historical Society has among its collections eight volumes of minutes (1797-1932) from Isabella Graham's earlier organization, the Society for the Relief of Poor Widows with Small Children, an agency that preceeded the Orphan Asylum Society (OAS) and then operated simultaneously. The OAS was established to help the orphaned children of the poor widows.

The New-York Historical Society also has collections of other child welfare organizations founded in the nineteenth century with connections to the Orphan Asylum Society, including the Children's Aid Society Records, 1836-2006 (bulk 1853-1947), the New York Foundling Hospital Records, 1869-2009, records of the Leake and Watts Children's Home (and the several predecessor organizations which merged to form it) 1831-1949, and the Colored Orphan Asylum Association for the Benefit of Colored Orphans Records, 1836-1972 (bulk 1850-1936).

Related Materials in Other Collections

The Society for the Relief of Half-Orphan and Destitute Children Records, 1836-1923 (bulk 1853-1922) may be found at the Butler Library, Columbia University http://findingaids.cul.columbia.edu/ead//nnc-rb/ldpd_4079808.

Processing Note

The collection was previously processed by Phyllis Barr at Graham Windham in 1992-1994 and 2006-2011. Upon transfer to the New-York Historical Society, the collection was partially re-processed by Cherie Acierno in September-November 2011.

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Container List

Series I - Orphan Asylum Society/Graham Home for Children, 1806-1981 (bulk 1806-1977), 1806-1977

Scope and Content

The Orphan Asylum Society (founded 1806) was renamed the Graham School in 1929, and the Graham Home for Children in 1950. It merged with Windham Child Care in 1977. Series I consists of the agency's records before the merger. For records after the merger, please see Series III.

Series I contains records of the Orphan Asylum Society/Graham School/Graham Home, 1806-1981 (bulk 1806-1977), mostly in the form of bound volumes and photographs. There is no administrative correspondence. Series I is arranged in ten subseries as follows:

  1. I.1 - Board Minutes, 1806-1974
  2. I.2 - Charter, Constitution, By-Laws, 1807-circa 1944
  3. I.3 - Annual Reports, 1806-1977
  4. I.4 - Financial Records, 1808-1957
  5. I.5 - Committee Reports and Other Inspections, 1848-1966
  6. I.6 - Superintendent, School, and Children's Records, 1806-1979
  7. I.7 - Other Administrative Records, circa 1806-1981
  8. I.8 - Printed Matter, 1817-1977
  9. I.9 - Visual Materials, circa 1910-1977
  10. I.10 - Clippings, circa 1853-1977

Subseries I.1 - Board Minutes 1806-1974, 1806-1974

Scope and Content

The subseries contains 18 volumes of minutes of meetings of the Board of Trustees of the Orphan Asylum Society/Graham Home for Children (OAS) 1806-1974.

Minutes from 1822-1851 and 1975-1977 are missing. Some loose pages from the 1830's were interleaved with the 1887-1894 minutes, and remain with that volume (Vol. 4). An index to the minutes is available to researchers at the New-York Historical Society manuscript department.

Minutes are closed to the public for a term of one hundred years from date of creation. Minutes older than one hundred years are open for research.

The Orphan Asylum Society merged with Windham Child Care in 1977 to become Graham Windham. For Minutes of Windham Child Care, see Series II.1. For post-1977 minutes of Graham Windham, see Series III.1. For OAS Committee Reports submitted to the Board, see Subseries I.5. For a 1973 board manual and other board-related administrative materials, see Subseries I.7.

Container 1     Title Date
Volume: 1 OAS Board Minutes
1806 March - 1822 January
Volume: 2 OAS Board Minutes
1851 September - 1880 December
Volume: 3 OAS Board Minutes
1881 January - 1886 December
Volume: 4 OAS Board Minutes
1887 January - 1894 March
Volume: 5 OAS Board Minutes
1894 April - 1904 April
Volume: 6 OAS Board Minutes
1904 May - 1923 June
Volume: 7 OAS Board Minutes
1923 August - 1950 October
Volume: 8 OAS Board Minutes
1950 November - 1958 December
Volume: 9 OAS Board Minutes
1959 January-December
Volume: 10 OAS Board Minutes
1960 January-November
Volume: 11 OAS Board Minutes
1961 january-December
Volume: 12 OAS Board Minutes
1962 January-December
Volume: 13 OAS Board Minutes
1963 January - 1964 February
Volume: 14 OAS Board Minutes
1964 February - 1965 July
Volume: 15 OAS Board Minutes
1965 August - 1967 December
Volume: 16 OAS Board Minutes
1968 February - 1971 December
Volume: 17 OAS Board Minutes
1972 January - 1974 May
Volume: 18 Resolutions of the Orphan Asylum Society
1895 September - 1908 November

Subseries I.2 - Charter, Constitution, By-Laws, 1807-ca. 1944, 1806-1977

Scope and Contents

The subseries contains loose copies of the act of incorporation, constitution, by-laws, rules and regulations, and extension of existance of the Orphan Asylum Society 1807-1944, arranged chronologically. Additional copies of some of these documents, including some from other years, are bound together with some annual reports in the following subseries, Subseries 1.3.

Container 1     Title Date
Box: OS 1 Act of Incorporation (oversize copy)
1807
Box: 1 Constitution and By-Laws
1810
Box: 1 Rules and Regulations for the Internal Management of the New-York Orphan Asylum
1837
Box: 1 Constitution and By-Laws
1845
Box: 1 By-Laws Relating to Applicants for Orphans
1870 and undated
Box: 1 Constitution and By-Laws
1873
Box: 1 Rules and Regulations for the Internal Management of the Orphan Asylum Society
1874
Box: 1 Constitution and By-Laws
1889
Box: 1 Rules and Regulations
1889
Box: 1 Charter and By-Laws
1914
Box: 1 Certificate of Extension of Existence (2)
1925 and 1942
Box: 1 By-Laws
1933 and ca. 1944
Box: OS 1 First page of OAS constitution, mounted enlargement on board
undated

Subseries I.3 - Annual Reports 1806-1977, 1806-1977

Scope and Content

The subseries contains bound volumes and loose copies of annual reports of the Orphan Asylum Society (later Graham School of the Orphan Asylum Society, and then Graham Home for Children), 1806-1977. Bound volumes are arranged first, followed by loose copies. There are no loose copies of annual reports from 1824-1832, and there are no copies in any form of annual reports from 1908, 1937, 1942, 1947-1948, 1950-1957, 1960-1964, 1968-1969, 1972, and 1974.

Some of the early annual reports include the organization's constitution, by-laws, and minutes. One bound volume of annual reports has been bound with two speeches from 1821 and 1823. An index for the annual reports, as well as a summary of each annual report, is available to researchers at the New-York Historical Society manuscript department.

For annual reports of the Society for the Relief of Half Orphans and Destitute Children/Windham Child Care, please see Series II.

For annual reports of Graham Windham, formed in 1977 by the merger of the Graham Home and the Windham Child Care, please see Series III.

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Volume: 19 Annual Reports, Constitution and By-Laws
1806-1828
Volume: 20 Annual Reports, Constitution and By-Laws (including handwritten inserts)
1815-1836
Volume: 21 Annual Reports 1837-1860, with An Address and Prayer on Laying the Cornerstone 1823, and A Discourse on the Death of Mrs. Sarah Hoffman, First Directress, 1821
1821-1860
Volume: 22 Origin and History of the Orphan Asylum Society Vol. I (reprint of annual reports and other documents 1806-1857)
circa 1896
Volume: 23 Origin and History of the Orphan Asylum Society Vol. I (reprint of annual reports and other documents 1806-1857)
circa 1896
Volume: 24 Origin and History of the Orphan Asylum Society Vol. I (reprint of annual reports and other documents 1806-1857)
circa 1896
Volume: 25 Origin and History of the Orphan Asylum Society Vol. II (reprint of annual reports 1858-1895 and other documents 1807-1822)
circa 1896
Volume: 26 Origin and History of the Orphan Asylum Society Vol. II (reprint of annual reports 1858-1895 and other documents 1807-1822)
circa 1896
Volume: 27 Origin and History of the Orphan Asylum Society Vol. II (reprint of annual reports 1858-1895 and other documents 1807-1822)
circa 1896
Volume: 28 Origin and History of the Orphan Asylum Society Vol. II (reprint of annual reports 1858-1895 and other documents 1807-1822)
circa 1896
Box: 2 Annual Report with Constitution and By-Laws
1823
Box: 2 Annual Reports
1833-1854
Box: 3 Annual Reports
1855-1871
Box: 4 Annual Reports
1872-1879
Box: 5 Annual Reports
1880-1885
Box: 6 Annual Reports
1887-1892
Box: 7 Annual Reports
1893-1901
Box: 8 Annual Reports
1902-1909
Box: 9 Annual Reports
1910-1914
Box: 10 Annual Reports
1915-1922
Box: 11 Annual Reports
1923-1929
Box: 12 Annual Reports
1930-1946, 1949, 1959, 1965-1967, 1973, 1975-1977
Box: 18 Folder : 4 Annual Report
1959
Box: 18 Folder : 10 Annual Report
1970

Subseries I.4 - Financial Records, 1808-1957, Bulk, 1820-1956 1808-1957

Scope and Content

The subseries contains financial records (1808-1957, bulk 1820-1956) of the Orphan Asylum Society (1806-1929), renamed the Graham School (1929-1950) and Graham Home for Children (1950-1977), arranged by type and in rough chronological order. Most of the records are handwritten in bound volumes. Loose records are arranged in boxes after the volumes. The records are not inclusive. The names for types of records are not consistent. It is not always clear who created the records. Some records were kept by the Treasurer, some by the Assistant Treasurer, and some may have been kept by the Secretary, a board member, or the Superintendent.

Financial Records are closed to the public for a term of one hundred years from their date of creation. Records older than one hundred years are open for research.

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Volume: 29 Orphan Asylum Account Book [Treasurer's Cash Expenses]
1808-1821
Volume: 30 Orphan Asylum Account Book [Treasurer's Cash Expenses]
1821-1827
Volume: 31 Treasurer's Account Book [Cash Expenses]
1825-1838
Volume: 32 Treasurer's Account Book [Cash Expenses]
1839-1853
Volume: 33 Treasurer's Account Book [Cash Expenses]
1853-1867
Volume: 34 Treasurer's Account Book [Cash Expenses]
1867-1881
Volume: 35 Treasurer's Account Book [Cash Expenses]
1881-1888
Volume: 36 Treasurer's Expense Book
1875-1884
Volume: 37 Treasurer's Expense Book
1885-1897
Volume: 38 Treasurer's Cash Book
1890-1896
Volume: 39 Treasurer's Cash Book [Oversize]
1895-1901
Volume: 40 Treasurer's Cash Book [Oversize]
1906-1912
Volume: 41 Treasurer's Cash Book [Oversize]
1912-1917
Volume: 42 Treasurer's Cash Book [Oversize]
1922-1923
Volume: 43 Receipt Book
1820-1830
Volume: 44 Receipt Book
1839-1853
Volume: 45 Receipt Book
1853-1857
Volume: 46 Expenses/Provisions
1865-1868
Volume: 47 Expenses/Provisions
1865-1871
Volume: 48 Expenses/Provisions
1871-1874
Volume: 49 Expenses/Provisions
1872-1874
Volume: 50 Donations
1814-1818
Volume: 51 Donations
1831-1852
Volume: 52 Property bought and sold, and estate donations
1833-1869
Volume: 53 Subscription Book
1820-1829
Volume: 54 Subscription Book
1845-1855
Volume: 55 Subscription Book
1857-1899
Volume: 56 Agent's/Assistant Treasurer's Cash Book
1869-1875
Volume: 57 Assistant Treasurer's Letter Book
1896-1906
Volume: 58 Rentals Collected
1896-1904
Volume: 59 Building Account - Cash Book
1901-1903
Volume: 60 Building Account - Journal
1901-1903
Volume: 61 Expenses
1903-1904
Volume: 62 Expenses
1919-1925
Volume: 63 Receipts and Payments
1919-1925
Volume: 64 Expenses
1925-1940
Volume: 65 Expenses
1925-1931
Volume: 66 Expenses
1931-1937
Volume: 67 Expenses
1937-1943
Volume: 68 Expenses
1943-1947
Volume: 69 Assistant Treasurer Cash Book
1914-1920
Volume: 70 Assistant Treasurer Cash Book
1920-1929
Volume: 71 Assistant Treasurer Cash Book
1929-1936
Volume: 72 Assistant Treasurer Cash Book
1937-1943
Volume: 73 Assistant Treasurer Cash Book
1943-1948
Volume: 74 Assistant Treasurer Cash Book
1948-1951
Volume: 75 Assistant Treasurer Cash Book
1952-1955
Volume: 76 Assistant Treasurer Cash Book
1955-1957
Volume: 77 Assistant Treasurer Journal
1914-1929
Volume: 78 Assistant Treasurer Journal
1929-1953
Volume: 79 Assistant Treasurer Ledger
1920-1929
Volume: 80 Assistant Treasurer Ledger
1929-1941
Volume: 81 Assistant Treasurer Ledger
1942-1950
Volume: 82 Children's Accounts
1914-1920
Volume: 83 Children's Accounts
1920-1935
Volume: 84 Children's Accounts
1935-1943
Volume: 85 Children's Accounts
1944-1948
Volume: 86 Private Maintenance
1923-1929
Volume: 87 Private Maintenance
1929-1934
Volume: 88 Private Maintenance
1946-1947
Volume: 89 Maintenance Public and Private
1934-1937
Volume: 90 Maintenance Public and Private
1937-1941
Volume: 91 Maintenance Public and Private
1941-1945
Volume: 92 Public Maintenance
1940-1947
Volume: 93 Cash Receipts, Maintenance Receipts, Dun Fund
1929-1951
Volume: 94 Cash Receipts and Disbursements
1947-1949
Volume: 95 Cash Receipts and Disbursements
1950-1951
Volume: 96 Cash Receipts and Disbursements
1956
Volume: 97 Mrs. Bell's Special Appeals Ledger
1949-1956
Volume: 98 Mrs. Bell's Special Appeals Receipts and Disbursements
1953-1956
Volume: 99 Check Stubs
1939-1952
Box: 13 Folder : 1 Trinity Church Cemetery Plot Deeds
circa 1869
Box: 13 Folder : 2 Check stubs
1896-1906
Box: 13 Folder : 3 Assistant Treasurer and Treasurer's Statements
1899-1900
Box: 13 Folder : 4 OAS Payroll
1900-1913
Box: 13 Folder : 5 Treasurer's and Assistant Treasurer's Statements
1910-1913
Box: 13 Folder : 6 Audits
1910-1918
Box: 13 Folder : 7 Treasurer's and Assistant Treasurer's Statements
1914-1918
Box: 13 Folder : 8 Brown Legacy
1917
Box: 14 Bank books
circa 1890-1920
Box: 14 Check stubs
1910-1912
Box: 14 Financial statements
1910-1912
Box: 15 Folder : 1 Architect's Financial Records, Hastings-on-Hudson Property
1901-1902
Box: 15 Folder : 2 OAS Audits
1919-1921, 1931, 1932, 1936
Box: 15 Folder : 3 Investments
1940, 1956
Box: 15 Folder : 4 OAS Financial Reports
1943-1945
Box: 15 Folder : 5 Graham legacy from Mary Stuart - Court Petition
1943
Box: 15 Folder : 6 May Taylor Fund
1948-1965
Box: 15 Folder : 7 Statements of Securities
1952, 1954
Box: 15 Folder : 8 Audits and Bank Statements
1956
Box: 15 Folder : 9 OAS Audits
1937-1956
Box: 16 Folder : 1 OAS Accounts
1940-1941
Box: 16 Folder : 2 OAS Accounts
1945-1946
Box: 16 Folder : 3 OAS Accounts
1947, 1949
Box: 16 Folder : 4 OAS Accounts
1950-1951
Box: 16 Folder : 5 OAS Accounts
1952
Box: 16 Folder : 6 OAS Accounts
1953
Box: 16 Folder : 7 OAS Accounts
1954
Box: 16 Folder : 8 OAS Accounts
1955

Subseries I.5 - Committee Reports and Other Inspections, 1848-1966, 1848-1966

Scope and Content

The subseries consists of five volumes of reports of the Visitor's Commitee (1842-1892), followed by two volumes of records and reports of the Investigating Committee (1900-1905), followed by one volume of records of the Correspondence Committee (1903-1922). The women of the Visitor's Committee visited the asylum regularly and reported their observations to the board. The Investigating Committee appears to have performed follow-up visits to children who had left the asylum, as well as investigations of children in the asylum. The Correspondence Committee recorded information about, and correspondence with, selected children who had left the asylum, following their lives for many years.

The volumes are followed by folders containing an inspection report by the State Board of Social Welfare (1935-36) forwarded to the Board, and a bound report of a visiting committee to the Board (1966).

Reports in this subseries are closed to the public for a term of one hundred years from their date of creation. Records older than one hundred years are open for research.

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Volume: 100 Reports of the Visitor's Committee
1848-1860
Volume: 101 Reports of the Visitor's Committee
1861-1872
Volume: 102 Reports of the Visitor's Committee
1872-1882
Volume: 103 Reports of the Visitor's Committee
1882-1886
Volume: 104 Reports of the Visitor's Committee
1892
Volume: 105 Minutes [Reports] of the Investigating Committee
1900-1905
Volume: 106 Records of the Investigating Committee
1900-1905
Volume: 107 Records of the Correspondence Committee
1903-1922
Box: 16 Folder : 10 State Board of Social Welfare Inspection Report
1935-1936
Box: 16 Folder : 11 Report of the Findings and Recommendations of a Special Visiting Committee to the Board of Trustees
1966 April

Subseries I.6 - Superintendent, School, and Children's Records, 1806-1979, 1806-1979

Scope and Content

The subseries contains records kept by the Superintendent of the Orphan Asylum Society, who was responsible for the day-to-day running of the OAS, and also contains other records relating to children and the school. Most of the material is in the form of bound volumes. Volumes are arranged by type, and then chronologically. Some additional volumes and loose materials are arrranged in folders after the volumes.

The titles of admission books/registers are not consistent, and some dates overlap. Some volumes are narrative records, with stories about each child, and these are labeled "narrative" in the container list. Others are chronological or alphabetical and provide demographic data. The "Superintendent's Journals" provide daily narrative reports of events at the OAS.

The records in this subseries are closed to the public for a term of one hundred years from their date of creation. Records older than one hundred years are open for research.

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Volume: 108 Orphan Asylum Register (Chronological, with alphabetical index. Lists indentures)
1806-1830
Volume: 109 Orphan Asylum Register (Alphabetical)
circa 1806-1890
Volume: 110 Admissions (Alphabetical and Chronological)
1806-1979
Volume: 111 Admissions (Alphabetical)
circa 1818-1842
Volume: 112 Admissions (Alphabetical)
circa 1819-1857
Volume: 113 Admissions (Chronological)
1849-1895
Volume: 114 Admissions and Discharges (chronological)
1925-1959
Volume: 115 Discharges (alphabetical)
circa 1807-1842
Volume: 116 Discharges (alphabetical)
circa 1810-1948
Volume: 117 Discharges (chronological)
1889-1909
Volume: 118 Discharges (chronological)
1902-1941
Volume: 119 Discharges 1902-1904 (chronological), Tardiness and Height/Weight Records circa 1905
circa 1902-1905
Volume: 120 Discharges (chronological)
1941-1970
Volume: 121 Superintendent's Journal
1845-1860
Volume: 122 Superintendent's Journal
1861-1884
Volume: 123 Superintendent's Journal
1884-1889
Volume: 124 Superintendent's Journal
1889-1902
Volume: 125 Superintendent's Journal
1902-1916
Volume: 126 Superintendent's Journal
1916-1933
Volume: 127 Superintendent's Journal
1933-1949
Volume: 128 History of Children (Admissions Narratives)
1846-1919
Volume: 129 History of Children (Admissions Narratives)
1919-1944
Volume: 130 History of Children (Admissions Narratives)
1944-1962
Volume: 131 Histories of Children (Admissions Narratives)
1864-1884
Volume: 132 Histories of Children (Admissions Narratives)
1864-1884
Volume: 133 Histories of Children (Admissions Narratives)
1884-1895
Volume: 134 Histories of Children (Admissions Narratives)
1895-1908
Volume: 135 Histories of Children (Admissions Narratives)
1908-1915
Volume: 136 Histories of Children (Admissions Narratives)
1915-1926
Volume: 137 Histories of Children (Admissions Narratives)
1920-1933
Volume: 138 Histories of Children (Admissions Narratives)
1926-1934
Volume: 139 Histories of Children (Admissions Narratives)
1934-1940
Volume: 140 Histories of Children (Admissions Narratives)
1940-1946
Volume: 141 Daily Attendance (by gender) and other records
1838-1850
Volume: 142 Superintendent's Record of Visitors (alphabetical)
circa 1897-1904
Volume: 143 Visitor's Register (chronological)
1902-1929
Volume: 144 Theft Book (record of children stealing)
1907-1921
Volume: 145 Student Records (roll book)
1907-1911
Volume: 145A Attendance Record (roll book)
1907-1908
Volume: 145B Provision Book
circa 1910
Volume: 146 IQ Test ca. 1911/Children's Records 1909-1915
1909-1915
Volume: 147 Application Book (narratives)
1921-1932
Volume: 148 Children's Grades
1929-1932
Volume: 149 Children's Grades
circa 1932-1939
Volume: 150 Children's Grades
1938-1944
Volume: 151 Children's Grades
1944-1947
Volume: 152 Children's Grades
1946-1949
Volume: 153 Alumni in the Armed Services
1931-1943
Volume: 154 Alumni Addresses
circa 1932
Volume: 155 Birthday Book
1941-1967
Volume: 156 Minutes of General Council Meetings (Children's Self-Government)
1949-1952
Box: 17 Folder : 1 Personal Diary of a (male) Superintendent or Teacher
1887
Box: 17 Folder : 2 Completed Authorization for Admission and Application for Admission, and Blank Surrender Form
1889, 1910, and undated
Box: 17 Folder : 3 Roll Books (4)
1912-1923
Box: 17 Folder : 4 Roll Books (3)
1928-1939
Box: 17 Folder : 5 Graham School Boys in Service
1943
Box: 17 Folder : 6 Conduct marks
1948-1949
Box: 17 Folder : 7 Class Record
1953
Box: 17 Folder : 8 Cottage Roll Book with children's names and birthdays
circa 1950-1969
Box: 17 Folder : 9 Daily Census Reports
1970

Subseries I.7 - Other Administrative Records, circa 1806-1981, circa 1806-1981

Scope and Content

The subseries consists of eight folders of documents followed by one volume, containing various records retained by the OAS/Graham Home. Materials include a letter to the Orphan Asylum (1892) requesting a baby girl by mail and a thank you note from the Director of the Menagerie of the Department of Public Parks thanking the boys of the Orphan Asylum for donating a screech owl. Both of these letters had been framed and displayed by the agency; they have now been removed from their frames for the purpose of conservation. Other materials in the subseries include a Board of Trustees manual, informational documents about the OAS, and employee records.

The records in this subseries are closed to the public for a term of one hundred years from their date of creation. Records older than one hundred years are open for research.

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: OS1 Folder : 2 List of workmen on orphanage (original document, matted)
circa 1806-1807
Box: 17 Folder : 10 Thank you note to boys from Menagerie Director
1888 November 24
Box: 17 Folder : 11 Letter to Orphan Asylum Requesting Baby
1892 August 5
Box: 17 Folder : 12 Lists of employees
circa 1934-1965
Box: 17 Folder : 13 Typescript report on Graham School with attached construction paper silhouettes and photograph (unknown creator)
1955
Box: 17 Folder : 14 5-page fact sheet
1956
Box: 17 Folder : 15 History of the Charter and Charter Changes
1957
Box: 17 Folder : 16 Board of Trustees Manual
1973
Box: 17 Folder : 17 Miscellaneous
Volume: 157 Employee Record Book
circa 1950-1981

Subseries I.8 - Printed Matter, 1817-1977, 1817-1977

Scope and Content

The subseries consists of ten folders of brochures, pamphlets, programs, and newsletters, arranged by date, followed by published reports and books by administrators of the OAS/Graham School, and books by and/or about the OAS and its founders.

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 18 Folder : 1 Fund-Raising Brochures, Pamphlets and Flyers
circa 1865-1977
Box: 18 Folder : 2 Fundraising brochures and pamphlets
circa 1930-1973
Box: 18 Folder : 3 Newsletter - Orphanage Messenger No. 17
1919 July
Box: 18 Folder : 4 Graham School Postcard
circa 1950's
Box: 18 Folder : 5 100 Years Certificate and 150th Anniversary Invitation and Program
1951-1956
Box: 18 Folder : 6 Graham Home Annual Report
1959
Box: 18 Folder : 7 Facts about the Graham Home for Children
1961
Box: 18 Folder : 8 "Uncommon Devotion" fundraising brochure
circa 1966
Box: 18 Folder : 9 Invitation to Doc Severinsen Benefit for Graham Home
circa 1969
Box: 18 Folder : 10 Graham Home Annual Report
1970
Box: 18 Folder : 11 Spring Tennis Benefit Program
1973
Volume: 158 Isabella Graham, Joanna Bethune, Divie Bethune The Power of Faith Exemplified in the Life and Writings of the Late Mrs. Isabella Graham (New York: Kirk and Mercein, 1817)
1817
Volume: 159 Isabella Graham, Joanna Bethune, Divie Bethune The Power of Faith Exemplified in the Life and Writings of the Late Mrs. Isabella Graham, New Edition (New York: American Tract Society, 1843)
1843
Volume: 160 Isabella Graham, Joanna Bethune, Divie Bethune The Unpublished Letters and Correspondence of Mrs. Isabella Graham (New York: John S. Taylor, 1838)
1838
Volume: 163 Joanna H. Mathews, editor A short History of the Orphan Asylum Society (New York: Anson D.F. Randolph and Co., 1892)
1892
Volume: 164 Joanna H. Mathews, editor A short History of the Orphan Asylum Society (New York: Anson D.F. Randolph and Co., 1892)
1892
Volume: 165 Joanna H. Mathews, editor A Short History of the Orphan Asylum Society (New York: Anson D.F. Randolph and Co., 1892)
1892
Box: 19 Joanna H. Mathews, editor A Short History of the Orphan Asylum Society (New York: Anson D.F. Randolph and Co., 1892) (4 unbound copies)
1892
Volume: 161 Rudolph R. Reeder How Two Hundred Children Live and Learn (Philadelphia: William F. Fell Co., 1909)
1909
Volume: 162 Allan McLane Hamilton The Intimate Life of Alexander Hamilton (London: Duckworth and Co., 1910)
1910
Box: 19 Franklin Thomas, Ph.D. The Place of the Institution in a Child Welfare Program (4 copies)
1926
Box: 19 Franklin Thomas, Ph.D. Environment in Relation to Physical and Mental Health (4 copies)
1930
Box: 19 Eugenia Hackshaw, D.P.A. The Applicability of the Eriksonian Model to a Case Management System (4 copies)
1975
Box: 19 James O.F. Hackshaw, Ph.D. The Development of a Case Management Instrument to Measure Program Effectiveness (4 copies)
1975

Subseries I.9 - Visual Materials, circa 1910-1977, circa 1910-1977

Scope and Content

The subseries contains three boxes, and two additional folders in an oversize box, containing primarily photographic prints, as well as a smaller quantity of negatives, contact sheets, mock-ups for annual reports and brochures, two loose pages from a photo album, one ink sketch, and some paper materials related to the photographs and interfiled with them.

Subjects include children and activities at the OAS, benefits and other events, celebrity visitors, and annual report materials. Most photographs were created for publicity purposes or for internal documentation. Photographic formats include prints mounted on board or paper, many sizes of loose prints, and stereoscopic prints. Professional photographers represented in the collection include Alfred J. Merz and Daniel Berry, and there is one print by Lewis Hine. The materials were kept by the Development Department and were arranged by subject and date. Original folder titles have been maintained.

The subseries also contains one box of wooden printing blocks with negative images used in OAS printed materials circa 1910-1950's, and one scrapbook/photograph album documenting Black Solidarity Week 1974. The printing blocks and the scrapbook are arranged at the end of the subseries.

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 20 Folder : 1 Orphan Asylum on Riverside Drive before 1902 (reprint)
undated
Box: 20 Folder : 2 At campus
circa 1902-1919
Box: 20 Folder : 3 Early Photos Campus
1902-1920
Box: 20 Folder : 4 Campus
circa 1918
Box: 20 Folder : 5 Campus Pony Cart
circa 1902-1920
Box: 20 Folder : 6 Hastings Photos
circa 1902-1930
Box: 20 Folder : 7 At Campus
circa 1920-1929
Box: 20 Folder : 8 Campus
circa 1930-1939
Box: 20 Folder : 9 At Campus
circa 1940-1949
Box: 20 Folder : 10 Campus Buildings
undated
Box: 20 Folder : 11 Campus 1950's
circa 1950-1959
Box: 20 Folder : 12 Administration Building with Children
1956
Box: 20 Folder : 13 Campus 1960's
circa 1960-1969
Box: 20 Folder : 14 Miss Ehinger
circa 1925-1967
Box: 20 Folder : 15 JoAnn Ruggero
1947
Box: 20 Folder : 16 Allen Thomas, Executive Director 1946-1965
circa 1960-1963
Box: 20 Folder : 17 Former Trustees
circa 1956-1960 and undated
Box: 21 Folder : 1 Various Activities
circa 1940-1949
Box: 21 Folder : 2 Children and Buildings
1952
Box: 21 Folder : 3 Various Activities
1954
Box: 21 Folder : 4 Various Activities
1955
Box: 21 Folder : 5 Various Activities
1956
Box: 21 Folder : 6 Various Activities
1957
Box: 21 Folder : 7 Various Activities
1958
Box: 21 Folder : 8 Various Activities
1959
Box: 21 Folder : 9 Various Activities
1960
Box: 21 Folder : 10 Various Activities
1961
Box: 21 Folder : 11 Various Activities
1962
Box: 21 Folder : 12 Various Activities
1963
Box: 21 Folder : 13 Various Activities
1968
Box: 21 Folder : 14 Various Activities
1969
Box: 21 Folder : 15 Various Activities - Undated
circa 1920-1973
Box: 22 Folder : 1 Children with Eddie Fisher
1956
Box: 22 Folder : 2 Hollywood Visits
undated
Box: 22 Folder : 3 Unidentifed Cowboy
1956
Box: 22 Folder : 4 Hopalong Cassidy
1955
Box: 22 Folder : 5 Paul Newman
1961
Box: 22 Folder : 6 Bert Parks
undated
Box: 22 Folder : 7 "Doc" Severinsen
1969
Box: 22 Folder : 8 Althea Gibson
1970
Box: 22 Folder : 9 Swimming pool ground breaking and dedication
1956
Box: 22 Folder : 10 IBM Photos
circa 1965-1970
Box: 22 Folder : 11 IBM negatives and contact sheets
1969-1971
Box: 22 Folder : 12 IBM negative
1977
Box: 22 Folder : 13 Graham school aerial photos
1963
Box: 22 Folder : 14 Children's Center
1964
Box: 22 Folder : 15 Batchelor House
corca 1968-1971
Box: 22 Folder : 16 149th and 150th Anniversary
1955-1956
Box: 22 Folder : 17 Benefit Photos - Boat Ride
1956
Box: 22 Folder : 18 Benefit Photos - Boat Ride
1957
Box: 22 Folder : 19 Benefit Photos - Theater
1959
Box: 22 Folder : 20 Benefit Photos - Boat Ride
1962
Box: 22 Folder : 21 Benefit Photos - Theater
1962-1963
Box: 22 Folder : 22 Benefit Photos - Dinner Dance
1963
Box: 22 Folder : 23 Benefit Photos - Dinner Dance
1965
Box: 22 Folder : 24 Benefit Photos - Dinner Dance
1966
Box: 22 Folder : 25 Benefit Photos - Theater "Star Spangled Girls"
1967
Box: 22 Folder : 26 Benefit Photos - Dinner Dance
1967
Box: 23 Folder : 1 Report with attached photos, and miscellaneous
circa 1954
Box: 23 Folder : 2 Polaroids and small prints - some with captions
1964 and undated
Box: 23 Folder : 3 Perkins Cottage 1977 Renovation
1977
Box: 23 Folder : 4 Hamilton Cottage Prints and Negatives
1977
Box: 23 Folder : 5 Annual Report negatives
circa 1965
Box: 23 Folder : 6 Annual Report 1969 Ink Sketches of Grounds, Buildings
1969
Box: 23 Folder : 7 Annual Report Matted Prints
1970
Box: 23 Folder : 8 Annual Report Photos and Matted Prints
1973
Box: 23 Folder : 9 Annual Report Photos, notes, releases
circa 1973-1974
Box: 23 Folder : 10 Annual Meeting - negatives
1977
Box: 23 Folder : 11 Description of Home - negative
undated
Box: 23 Folder : 12 Lewis Hine photographic print, views of grounds
undated, circa 1920-1940
Box: 23 Folder : 13 Photo album pages
circa 1920-1940
Box: OS 1 Folder : 3 Portrait of boys wtih farm tools
circa 1930's
Box: OS 1 Folder : 4 Mock-ups for brochure
circa 1950
Volume: 163 Scrapbook/Photo Album: Black Solidarity Week
1974 November 4-8
Box: OS 2 Printing Blocks
circa 1910-1956

Subseries I.10 - Clippings, circa 1853-1977, circa 1853-1977

Scope and content

The subseries contains newspaper clippings and articles regarding the Graham School/Graham Home circa 1876-1977, and a set of bound copies of two periodicals from 1853-1856 -- The Advocate and Guardian and  The Child's Paper.

Additional pre-merger Graham Home clippings may be found in Subseries III.8 (in volume 216), along with post-merger clippings. Windham clippings are in Subseries II.6.

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Volume: 164 Bound copies of The Advocate and Guardian Vol. XXI, No. 15 - Vol. XXII, No. 23 and The Child's Paper Vol. 2, No. 1 - Vol. 5, No. 11
1853-1856
Box: 18 Folder : 12 Newspaper article re: a will
1876
Box: 18 Folder : 13 New York Daily Tribune
1884
Box: 18 Folder : 14 Time Magazine Graham History Article
1956
Box: 18 Folder : 15 The Morning Call Editorial Page - GW 150th Anniversary
1956
Box: 18 Folder : 16 Westchester Life article on the Graham School
1956
Box: 18 Folder : 17 New York Times History of Graham
1959
Box: 18 Folder : 18 Miscellaneous Articles
1956, 1976, 1977
Box: 18 Folder : 19 "Graham: Home on the Hudson" reprint from Westchester County publishers daily newspapers
1962
Box: 18 Folder : 20 The Scarsdale Inquirer: "Graham Home...Reflects Development in Social Welfare"
1962
Box: 18 Folder : 20 Clippings
1964-1965
Box: OS 3 Clippings (photocopies)
circa 1950-1969

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Series II - Society for the Relief of Half-Orphans and Destitute Children/Windham Child Care, 1841-1977, 1841-1977

Scope and Content

The Society for the Relief of Half-Orphan and Destitute Children was founded in 1835, and incorporated in 1837. In 1947, after moving and restructuring, it was renamed The Windham Society for the Care of Boys. In 1949, it merged with Protestant Children's Services, Inc., and was renamed Windham Children's Services. In 1969, it merged with the Child Care Center, an agency which had previously merged with the Tuberculosis Preventorium for Children, and became Windham Child Care. In 1977, the agency merged with The Graham Home for Children, and the combined entity became Graham-Windham Services to Families and Children (now Graham Windham).

The series contains Minutes of the Society for the Relief of Half-Orphan and Destitute Children and its subsequent organizations from 1923-1977, up to the merger with the Graham Home for Children. Minutes from 1933-1945 are missing. Minutes prior to 1923 may be found at the Butler Library, Columbia University.

The series also includes Annual Reports 1868-1979 (not inclusive) in loose copies and bound volumes, a pamphlet memorializing founder Eliza Tomlinson (1862), three folders of administrative documents (1926-1976), a scrapbook of newspaper clippings (1957-1964) and a set of photographs of celebrities, autographed for the Windham children (1965 and undated).

For records after the merger with the Graham Home for Children, see Series III. For records of the Tuberculosis Preventorium for Children, see Series IV.

The series is arranged in 6 subseries, as follows:

  1. II.1 - Board Minutes, 1923-1977
  2. II.2 - Committee Minutes, 1841-1968
  3. II.3 - Annual Reports, 1853-1973
  4. II.4 - Administrative and Printed Documents, 1862-1976
  5. II.5 - Photographs, 1965 and undated
  6. II.6 - Clippings, 1957-1964

Subseries II.1 - Board Minutes, 1923-1977, 1923-1977

Scope and Content

The series contains Minutes of the Society for the Relief of Half-Orphan and Destitute Children and its subsequent organizations (Windham Society for the Care of Boys, Windham Children's Services, Windham Child Care) from 1923-1977, up to the merger with the Graham Home for Children. Minutes from 1933-1945 are missing. Minutes prior to 1923 may be found at the Butler Library, Columbia University.

An index to the minutes is available to researchers at the New-York Historical Society manuscript department.

Minutes are closed to the public for a term of one hundred years from date of creation. Minutes older than one hundred years are open for research.

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Volume: 165 SRHO Board Minutes
1923 January - 1926 June
Box: 24 Folder : 1 SRHO Board Minutes
1926 October - 1932 December
Box: 24 Folder : 2 SRHO Board Minutes
1945 October - 1948 January
Volume: 166 SRHO Board Minutes
1948 March - 1949 May
Volume: 167 SRHO Board Minutes
1949 September - 1950 November
Volume: 168 SRHO Board Minutes
1951 January - 1954 November
Volume: 169 SRHO Board Minutes
1955 January - 1958 December
Volume: 170 SRHO Board Minutes
1959 January - 1962 November
Volume: 171 SRHO Board Minutes
1963 January - 1965 November
Volume: 172 SRHO Board Minutes
1966 January - 1968 November
Volume: 173 SRHO Board Minutes
1969 January - 1971 June
Volume: 174 SRHO Board Minutes
1971 September - 1973 March
Volume: 175 SRHO Board Minutes
1973 April - 1975 April
Volume: 176 SRHO Board Minutes
1975 May - 1977 June
Box: 24 Folder : 3 Reports of the Executive Director to the Board 1950-1962, and Board Minutes 1965
1950-1965

Subseries II.2 - Committee Minutes, 1841-1968, 1841-1968

Scope and Content

The subseries contains 3 bound volumes of minutes of committees.

Minutes are closed to the public for a term of one hundred years from date of creation. Minutes older than one hundred years are open for research.

Container 1     Title Date
Volume: 177 Minutes of the Visiting Committee
1841-1845
Volume: 178 Children's Service Committee Minutes
1959-1968
Volume: 179 Staff Meeting Minutes
1960-1964

Subseries II.3 - Annual Reports, 1853-1973, 1853-1973

Scope and Content

The subseries consists of Annual Reports of the Society for the Relief of Half Orphans and Destitute Children, bound together in volumes, 1853-1937, and loose copies of Annual Reports of the organization 1868-1949 and its successor organization, Windham Children's Service, 1964-1973 (not inclusive).

An index to the annual reports is available to researchers at the New-York Historical Society manuscript department.

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Volume: 180 SRHO Annual Reports
1853-1863
Volume: 181 SRHO Annual Reports
1864-1874
Volume: 182 SRHO Annual Reports
1875-1886
Volume: 183 SRHO Annual Reports
1886-1898
Volume: 184 SRHO Annual Reports
1897-1909
Volume: 185 SRHO Annual Reports
1910-1923
Volume: 186 SRHO Annual Reports
1924-1933
Volume: 187 SRHO Annual Reports
1934-1937
Box: 25 SRHO Annual Reports
1868-1900
Box: 26 SRHO Annual Reports
1900-1919
Box: 27 SRHO Annual Reports
1919-1934
Box: 28 Folder : 1 SRHO Annual Reports
1934-1936
Box: 28 Folder : 2 SRHO Annual Reports
1937-1938
Box: 28 Folder : 3 SRHO Annual Reports
1939-1941
Box: 28 Folder : 4 SRHO Annual Reports
1942-1945
Box: 28 Folder : 5 SRHO Annual Reports
1946-1947 and 1949
Box: 28 Folder : 6 SRHO Annual Reports
1964-1973

Subseries II.4 - Administrative and Printed Documents, 1862-1976, 1872-1976

Scope and Content

The subseries includes a pamphlet memorializing founder Eliza Tomlinson (1862), and three folders of administrative documents (1926-1976).

The pamphlet in Folder 1 is available for research. Folders 2, 3, and 4 are closed to the public for a term of one hundred years from date of creation. Documents older than one hundred years are open for research.

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 28 Folder : 7 Eliza Tomlinson memorial pamphlet
1862
Box: 28 Folder : 8 Visitor's Notes
circa 1926
Box: 28 Folder : 9 Audits
1942-1943
Box: 28 Folder : 10 Board members' manual
1976

Subseries II.5 - Photographs, 1965 and undated, 1965 and undated

Scope and Content

The subseries includes autographed original photographs of President Dwight D. Eisenhower, President Harry Truman, Mayor Robert Wagner, Adlai Stevenson, Leonard Bernstein, Danny Kaye, Emmett Kelly, and Elizabeth Arden, most signed "to the Windham Children." These photographs had been framed and displayed by the Windham agency, but have now been removed from their frames for conservation purposes. Researchers may view photocopies of these signed portraits, not the originals.

The subseries does not include photographs of the Windham Agency. However, a few photographs from the agency before its merger with the Graham Home may be found arranged with post-merger photographs in Box 89, Folder 6 of Series III.9.

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 28 Folder : 11 Signed Photographs
1965 and undated
Box: OS 1 Folder : 5 Signed photograph of Adlai Stevenson
undated

Subseries II.6 - Clippings, 1957-1964, 1957-1964

Container 1     Title Date
Volume: 188 Windham Clippings Scrapbook
1957-1964

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Series III - Graham Windham, 1970-2011 (bulk 1977-2010), Bulk, 1977-2010 1970-2011

Scope and Content

Series III contains records of the Graham Windham childcare agency from 1977-2010, after the merger of two predecessor organizations, the Graham and Windham agencies. For records of the predecessor organizations, see Series I and II.

The series contains Minutes of the Board of Trustees and various committees; annual reports; records from the office of President Joyce Lapenn; school records including yearbooks; printed materials and other records kept by the Development Office; photographs, photograph albums, and clippings. It is arranged in ten subseries as follows:

  1. III.1 - Board Minutes, 1977-2000
  2. III.2 - Committee Minutes, 1982-2000
  3. III.3 - Annual Reports, 1977-2006
  4. III.4 - Office of President Joyce LaPenn, 1989-1996
  5. III.5 - Records of the Greenburg-Graham School District, 1970-2009
  6. III.6 - Office of Development - Printed Matter, circa 1977-2011
  7. III.7 - Office of Development - Administrative Materials, 1983-2011 (bulk 1990-1996)
  8. III.8 - Office of Development - Press Releases, Articles and Clippings, 1975-2010
  9. III.9 - Photographic Materials, circa 1978-2010
  10. III.10 - Artifacts, 1986-2002

Subseries III.1 - Board Minutes, 1977-2000, 1977-2000

Scope and content

The subseries contains 6 bound volumes of minutes of meetings of the Graham-Windham Board of Directors, 1977-2000, followed by 4 boxes of board minutes and related materials 1983-1999.

The boxed material includes duplicates of the minutes in the bound volumes, as well as related material not found in the volumes. The boxed material may have been kept by the Development Department or another department. Original folder titles have been retained. Minutes from 1982 September - 1983 October are not in a bound volume, but may be found in box 29.

An index to the minutes is available to researchers at the New-York Historical Society manuscript department.

Records in this subseries are closed to the public for a period of 100 years from the date of their creation.

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Volume: 189 Graham-Windham Board Minutes
1977 September - 1979 December
Volume: 190 Graham-Windham Board Minutes
1980 January - 1982 July
Volume: 191 Graham-Windham Board Minutes
1983 September - 1986 October
Volume: 192 Graham-Windham Board Minutes
1987 January - 1991 March
Volume: 193 Graham-Windham Board Minutes
1991 May - 1995 June
Volume: 194 Graham-Windham Board Minutes
1995 September - 2000 December
Box: 29 Folder : 1 Graham-Windham Board Minutes
1982 September - 1983 October
Box: 29 Folder : 2 Graham-Windham Board Minutes
1983-1985
Box: 29 Folder : 3 Graham-Windham Board Minutes
1986-1988
Box: 29 Folder : 4 Graham-Windham Board Minutes
1989-1990
Box: 29 Folder : 5 Annual Meeting Agenda and Miscellaneous including Speeches
1990
Box: 29 Folder : 6 Board Meeting Invitees
1991
Box: 29 Folder : 7 Annual Meeting Miscellaneous and Speeches
1991
Box: 29 Folder : 8 Board of Directors Monthly Reports
1991-1992
Box: 30 Folder : 1 Board Minutes
1991-1994
Box: 30 Folder : 2 Annual Meeting Speeches and Miscellaneous
1993
Box: 30 Folder : 3 Annual Meeting Correspondence
1993
Box: 30 Folder : 4 Annual Meeting Invitation
1993
Box: 30 Folder : 5 Annual Meeting
1994
Box: 30 Folder : 6 Annual Meeting
1995
Box: 30 Folder : 7 Annual Meeting
1995
Box: 30 Folder : 8 Annual Meeting
1995
Box: 30 Folder : 9 Board of Directors Meetings
1995-1996
Box: 31 Folder : 1 Annual Meeting
1996
Box: 31 Folder : 2 Board Meeting Scripts
1996
Box: 31 Folder : 3 Board Minutes
1996 January - November
Box: 31 Folder : 4 Board Minutes
1996 September 17
Box: 31 Folder : 5 Board Minutes
1996 November 19
Box: 31 Folder : 6 Board Minutes
1997 January - November
Box: 31 Folder : 7 Board Meeting
1997 January - November
Box: 31 Folder : 8 Board Minutes
1997 March 18
Box: 31 Folder : 9 Board Minutes
1997 May 20
Box: 31 Folder : 10 Annual Meeting
1997 May 20
Box: 31 Folder : 11 Annual Meeting
1997 May 20
Box: 31 Folder : 12 Board Meeting
1997 July 10
Box: 31 Folder : 13 Board Meeting
1997 July 10
Box: 32 Folder : 1 Board Meeting
1997 September 16
Box: 32 Folder : 2 Board Bi-Monthly
1997 November 24 - 1998 September 17
Box: 32 Folder : 3 Board Meeting
1997 November 24 - 1998 December 15
Box: 32 Folder : 4 Board Meeting
1998 March 19
Box: 32 Folder : 5 Annual Meeting Script
1998 May 21
Box: 32 Folder : 6 Annual Meeting
1998 May 21
Box: 32 Folder : 7 Board Meeting
1998 September 17
Box: 32 Folder : 8 Annual Meeting Minutes and Addendum
1999 May 13

Subseries III.2 - Committee Minutes, 1982-2000, 1982-2000

Scope and content

The subseries contains minutes and meeting materials of the Executive Committee 1987-1998, the Personnel Committee 1989-2000, the Finance Committee 1982-2000, the Executive Council 1997, the Fund Development Committee 1988-1998, the Cultural/Recreational Committee 1989, the Capital Campaign Building Committee 1989-1992, the Facilities Property Committee 1992, the Board Program Committee 1992-1993, and the Development Committee 1990-1997, arranged in that order, and by date.

Records in this subseries are closed to the public for a period of 100 years from the date of their creation.

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 33 Folder : 1 Executive Committee
1987-1989
Box: 33 Folder : 2 Executive Committee
1990
Box: 33 Folder : 3 Executive Committee
1991
Box: 33 Folder : 4 Executive Committee
1992
Box: 33 Folder : 5 Executive Committee
1993
Box: 33 Folder : 6 Executive Committee
1994
Box: 34 Folder : 1 Executive Committee
1996
Box: 34 Folder : 2 Executive Committee
1996 September 12
Box: 34 Folder : 3 Executive Committee
1996 October 15
Box: 34 Folder : 4 Executive Committee
1996 November 14
Box: 34 Folder : 5 Executive Committee
1997
Box: 34 Folder : 6 Executive Committee
1997 January 9
Box: 34 Folder : 7 Executive Committee
1997 February 13
Box: 34 Folder : 8 Executive Committee
1997 April 25
Box: 34 Folder : 9 Executive Committee
1997 June 12
Box: 34 Folder : 10 Executive Committee
1997 July 10
Box: 34 Folder : 11 Executive Committee
1997 August 5
Box: 34 Folder : 12 Executive Committee
1997 September 11
Box: 34 Folder : 13 Executive Committee
1997 October 8
Box: 35 Folder : 1 Executive Committee
1997 November 13
Box: 35 Folder : 2 Executive Committee
1998 January 22
Box: 35 Folder : 3 Executive Committee
1998 February 19
Box: 35 Folder : 4 Executive Committee
1998 April 23
Box: 35 Folder : 5 Executive Committee
1998 May 21
Box: 35 Folder : 6 Executive Committee
1998 June 24
Box: 35 Folder : 7 Executive Committee
1998 August-October
Box: 35 Folder : 8 Personnel Committee
1989-1993
Box: 35 Folder : 9 Personnel Committee
1998-2000
Box: 36 Folder : 1 Finance Committee
1982-1989
Box: 36 Folder : 2 Finance Committee
1990
Box: 36 Folder : 3 Finance Committee
1991
Box: 36 Folder : 4 Finance Committee
1992-1993
Box: 37 Folder : 1 Finance Committee
1996
Box: 37 Folder : 2 Finance Committee
1997 July 29
Box: 37 Folder : 3 Finance Committee
1997 July 29
Box: 37 Folder : 4 Finance Committee
1997 October 7
Box: 37 Folder : 5 Finance Committee
1997 November 11
Box: 37 Folder : 6 Finance Committee - Accounting procedures and auditor's report
1997
Box: 37 Folder : 7 Finance Committee
1998 February 12
Box: 38 Folder : 1 Special Finance Meeting
1998 March 10
Box: 38 Folder : 2 Finance Committee
1998 March 12
Box: 38 Folder : 3 Finance Committee
1998 April 16
Box: 38 Folder : 4 Finance Committee
1998 May 14
Box: 38 Folder : 5 Finance Committee
1998 June 16
Box: 38 Folder : 6 Finance Committee
1998 September 10
Box: 38 Folder : 7 Finance Committee
1998 September-October
Box: 38 Folder : 8 Finance Committee
1998 October 15
Box: 38 Folder : 9 Finance Committee
1998 November 12
Box: 39 Folder : 1 Finance Committee
1999 January 13
Box: 39 Folder : 2 Finance Committee
1999 February 11
Box: 39 Folder : 3 Finance Committee
1999 April 8
Box: 39 Folder : 4 Finance Committee
1999 June 8
Box: 39 Folder : 5 Finance Committee
1999 July 14
Box: 39 Folder : 6 Finance Committee
1999 October 13
Box: 39 Folder : 7 Finance Committee
2000 March 30
Box: 39 Folder : 8 Finance Committee
2000 June 7
Box: 39 Folder : 9 Executive Council
1997 July 7
Box: 40 Folder : 1 Fund Development Committee
1988-1994
Box: 40 Folder : 2 Fund Development Committee
1997-1998
Box: 40 Folder : 3 Cultural/Recreational Committee
1989
Box: 40 Folder : 4 Capital Campaign - Building Committee
1989-1992
Box: 40 Folder : 5 Facilities Property Committee
1992
Box: 40 Folder : 6 Board Program Committee
1992-1993
Box: 40 Folder : 7 Development Committee, 1 of 2
1990-1998
Box: 40 Folder : 8 Development Committee, 2 of 2
1990-1998
Box: 40 Folder : 9 Development Committee
1996
Box: 40 Folder : 10 Development Committee
1997

Subseries III.3 - Annual Reports, 1977-2006, 1977-2006

Scope and content

The subseries contains Graham Windham annual reports from 1977-2006. There are no annual reports for 1986-1988 or 2001-2002.

The agency did not produce annual reports in 1986-1988; however, it distributed programs at the annual galas in those years incorporating some of the information that would typically be included in an annual report. For copies of gala programs, please see Subseries III.6 - Office of Development - Printed Matter.

An index to the annual reports is available to researchers at the New-York Historical Society manuscript department.

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 41 Folder : 1 Annual Report
1977-1978
Box: 41 Folder : 2 Annual Report
1978-1979
Box: 41 Folder : 3 Annual Report
1979-1980
Box: 41 Folder : 4 Annual Report
1980-1981
Box: 41 Folder : 5 Annual Report
1981-1982
Box: 41 Folder : 6 Annual Reports and President Reports
1982-1985
Box: 41 Folder : 7 Annual Report
1989
Box: 41 Folder : 8 Annual Report
1990
Box: 41 Folder : 9 Annual Report
1991
Box: 41 Folder : 10 Annual Report
1992
Box: 41 Folder : 11 Annual Report
1993
Box: 41 Folder : 12 Annual Report
1994
Box: 42 Folder : 1 Annual Report
1995
Box: 42 Folder : 2 Annual Report
1996
Box: 42 Folder : 3 Annual Report
1997-1998
Box: 42 Folder : 4 Annual Report
1999
Box: 42 Folder : 5 Annual Report
2000
Box: 42 Folder : 6 Annual Report
2003-2004
Box: 42 Folder : 7 Annual Report
2004
Box: 42 Folder : 8 Annual Report
2005-2006

Subseries III.4 - Office of Joyce Lapenn, 1989-1996, 1989-1996

Scope and content

The subseries contains seven boxes of memoranda, reports, grant proposals, correspondence and related materials from the office of Graham Windham's President and Chief Executive Officer Joyce Lapenn, from 1989-1996. Folders are arranged topically, in the order in which they were arranged at Graham Windham. Records in this subseries are closed to the public for a period of 100 years from the date of their creation.

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 43 Folder : 1 NYC Office of the Mayor
1989-1993
Box: 43 Folder : 2 I.T.U. [Intensive Treatment Unit] Campus
1994
Box: 43 Folder : 3 After School Program - Manhattan Center
1992
Box: 43 Folder : 4 NYC ACP Headstart
1993
Box: 43 Folder : 5 Literacy
1991-1992
Box: 43 Folder : 6 Even Start Family Literacy Program
1992
Box: 43 Folder : 7 NYS Even Start
1993
Box: 43 Folder : 8 Volunteer Referral Center request forms
1992
Box: 43 Folder : 9 Volunteers - Individuals
1991-1993
Box: 43 Folder : 10 Volunteer Activities - Parkside
1993
Box: 43 Folder : 11 Governor's Office for Voluntary Service
1992
Box: 43 Folder : 12 Volunteers - Campus Procedures
1992
Box: 43 Folder : 13 Volunteer Activities
1992
Box: 44 Folder : 1 Manual - Volunteers
1991
Box: 44 Folder : 2 Volunteer Orientation
1991
Box: 44 Folder : 3 Volunteer Opportunities
1991
Box: 44 Folder : 4 Volunteer Job Description
circa 1990-1995
Box: 44 Folder : 5 Volunteers - Miscellaneous including Friends
1992-1993
Box: 44 Folder : 6 Children's Letters to Volunteers
1995
Box: 44 Folder : 7 Board manual and GW History including OAS and Windham
1989
Box: 44 Folder : 8 NYS Council on the Arts - Architecture, Planning, etc. re: Adaptive Use Study Plan
1991
Box: 45 Folder : 1 Project SCDC Family Daycare
1993-1994
Box: 45 Folder : 2 NYS Department of Health
1995
Box: 45 Folder : 3 NYC DMHS [Dept. of Mental Health etc.] re: OAS and WCC - Includes certificate
1995
Box: 45 Folder : 4 DMHS (2 of 2)
1995
Box: 45 Folder : 5 NYS Healthy Families, NYS Healthy Start Proposal
1993
Box: 45 Folder : 6 NYS DSS [Dept. of Social Services] Minority Mentor Project
1991
Box: 45 Folder : 7 Early Childhood FDC [Family Day Care] Development
1993
Box: 46 Folder : 1 CWA [Child Welfare Administration] Prevention Services/Substance Abuse, 1 of 3 folders
1990
Box: 46 Folder : 2 CWA [Child Welfare Administration] Prevention Services/Substance Abuse, 2 of 3 folders
1990
Box: 46 Folder : 3 CWA [Child Welfare Administration] Prevention Services/Substance Abuse, 3 of 3 folders
1990
Box: 46 Folder : 4 NYS D.S.A.S. [Division of Substance Abuse Services] 1992 re: 1993-94
1992
Box: 46 Folder : 5 NYS Department of Health/AIDS Institution
1993
Box: 46 Folder : 6 CWA [Child Welfare Administration] Therapeutic FBH
1989
Box: 46 Folder : 7 NYS Department of Youth
1992
Box: 47 Folder : 1 US DHHS [Dept. of Health and Human Services] Adoption cori/rpt/cont, 1 of 2 folders
1989-1992
Box: 47 Folder : 2 US DHHS [Dept. of Health and Human Services] Adoption cori/rpt/cont, 2 of 2 folders
1989-1992
Box: 47 Folder : 3 CWA [Child Welfare Administration] Adoption Recruitment
1990-1992
Box: 47 Folder : 4 Post Legal Adoption (Federal), 1 of 3 folders
1990 and 1994
Box: 47 Folder : 5 Post Legal Adoption (Federal), 2 of 3 folders
1990 and 1994
Box: 47 Folder : 6 Post Legal Adoption (Federal), 3 of 3 folders
1993
Box: 47 Folder : 7 Post Legal Adoption DHHS (Federal)
1995
Box: 48 Folder : 1 CWA Prevention Services/Substance Abuse, 1 of 4 folders
1990-1991
Box: 48 Folder : 2 CWA Prevention Services/Substance Abuse, 2 of 4 folders
1990
Box: 48 Folder : 3 CWA Prevention Services/Substance Abuse, 3 of 4 folders
1990
Box: 48 Folder : 4 CWA Prevention Services/Substance Abuse, 4 of 4 folders
1990-1992
Box: 48 Folder : 5 Office of the Mayor
1989-1993
Box: 49 Folder : 1 New York Cares Day
1992
Box: 49 Folder : 2 Volunteer Recognition Luncheons
1992-1993
Box: 49 Folder : 3 NYS ECIF: Project TLC: A Model Program for Family Child Care HUD Grant
1996
Box: 49 Folder : 4 HUD Notes and Drafts, and Organizational Chart
1996
Box: 49 Folder : 5 NYS Department of Mental Health re: Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Academy/Manhattan Center
1996

Subseries III.5 - Greenburgh-Graham Union Free School District, 1970-2009, 1970-2009

Scope and Content

On July 1, 1967, the New York State Legislature established the Greenburgh-Graham Union Free School District on the campus of Graham School in Hastings-on-Hudson, New York, to provide specialized education to the children under its jurisdiction.

The subseries consists of minutes and related materials of meetings of the Board of Education of the Greenburgh-Graham Union Free School District 1997-1999 and minutes and materials from the School Board Nominating Committee 1996-2001, and various materials from the Graham School 1970-2009, including printed materials and materials that were kept at the Graham School but are related to other programs.

The School Board Nominating Committee minutes and related materials are arranged first, followed by the GGUFSD Board of Education meeting materials, in boxes 50-52. The Board of Education meeting materials had been bound in binders as board packets, marked with the name of Poul Jensen, Vice President of the Board. The original binders have been discarded, and all materials assembled in binders have been re-foldered in archival folders in the same arrangement. Most board packets include minutes of the previous meeting, an agenda for the upcoming meeting, and supplementary materials. Materials in boxes 50-52 are closed to the public for a period of 100 years from the date of their creation.

The subseries also contains mixed materials (mainly printed matter) from the school including school newsletters 1974-1986 and 2008-2009; examples of student work from the 1970's; a brochure, staff handbooks, invitations and other printed material; and clippings and articles, all in Box 53. Box 54 contains other administrative materials related to the school, as well as to other programs of Graham-Windham and the agency in general. These materials include procedural instructions, newsletters, and informational materials. They have been kept in original order.

The subseries concludes with school yearbooks 1989-2008.

Additional pre-1977 school brochures may be found in Series 1.8 - printed matter, while other brochures from after the 1977 merger may be found in Series III.6 - development department printed matter.

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 50 Folder : 1 School Board Nominating Committee
1995 September - 1997 January
Box: 50 Folder : 2 GGUFSD Board of Ed
1997 March-May
Box: 50 Folder : 3 Nominating Committee Including School Board
1999
Box: 50 Folder : 4 Nominating Committee Including School Board
2001
Box: 50 Folder : 5 GGUFSD Board of Education Meeting Materials
1997 June
Box: 50 Folder : 6 GGUFSD Board of Education Meeting Materials
1997 August
Box: 50 Folder : 7 GGUFSD Board of Education Meeting Materials
1997 September
Box: 50 Folder : 8 GGUFSD Board of Education Meeting Materials
1997 September-October
Box: 51 Folder : 1 GGUFSD Board of Education Meeting Materials
1997 November
Box: 51 Folder : 2 GGUFSD Board of Education Meeting Materials
1997 December
Box: 51 Folder : 3 School District Financial Statements and Auditors' Report
1997 December
Box: 51 Folder : 4 GGUFSD Board of Education Meeting Materials
1998 January
Box: 51 Folder : 5 GGUFSD Board of Education Meeting Materials
1998 February
Box: 51 Folder : 6 GGUFSD Board of Education Meeting Materials
1998 March
Box: 51 Folder : 7 GGUFSD Board of Education Meeting Materials
1998 April
Box: 52 Folder : 1 GGUFSD Board of Education Meeting Materials
1998 May
Box: 52 Folder : 2 GGUFSD Board of Education Meeting Materials
1998 September
Box: 52 Folder : 3 Long Range Instructional Technology Plan
1998 September 23
Box: 52 Folder : 4 GGUFSD Board of Education Meeting Materials
1999 January
Box: 52 Folder : 5 GGUFSD Board of Education Meeting Materials
1999 March
Box: 52 Folder : 6 GGUFSD Board of Education Meeting Materials
1999 June
Box: 53 Folder : 1 Graham School songs, poems by students
circa 1970 and undated
Box: 53 Folder : 2 The Graham Reporter - school newsletter
circa 1974-1986
Box: 53 Folder : 3 Booklet on the GGUFSD
circa 1977-1979
Box: 53 Folder : 4 Graham School Variety Show Program
1978
Box: 53 Folder : 5 Booklets of poems written by Graham-Windham school children
1984-1985
Box: 53 Folder : 6 GGUFSD staff handbook
1988
Box: 53 Folder : 7 Invitation to groundbreaking
1991 April
Box: 53 Folder : 8 Westchester School/Business Partnerships reception program
1991 October
Box: 53 Folder : 9 Elementary/Intermediate School staff handbook
circa 1997 August
Box: 53 Folder : 10 Graham School newsletter
2008-2009
Box: 53 Folder : 11 The Journal News re: The Tigers
2008 December
Box: 53 Folder : 12 The Journal News re: Work 2 Workout
2008 December
Box: 53 Folder : 13 The Journal News re: Work 2 Workout
2009 January
Box: 53 Folder : 14 The Journal News re: the Tigers
2009 March
Box: 53 Folder : 15 The Journal News re: Teach for America
2009 July
Box: 53 Folder : 16 NY Nonprofit Press re: Jess Danhauser
2009 November
Box: 53 Folder : 17 The Rivertowns Enterprise re: Teach for America and Make a Difference Day
2009 October-November
Box: 53 Folder : 18 Article re: Graham School
undated
Box: 53 Folder : 19 Articles re: Graham School
1985-1994 and undated
Box: 54 Folder : 1 Partial Table of Organization
undated
Box: 54 Folder : 2 Graham-Windham newsletters
1984-1986
Box: 54 Folder : 3 Graham-Windham fact sheets
1986
Box: 54 Folder : 4 Graham-Windham frequently asked questions
circa 1990s
Box: 54 Folder : 5 Clinical privileges for assisting occupational, art, and recreation therapists
circa 1980s
Box: 54 Folder : 6 How to do evaluations
circa 1980s
Box: 54 Folder : 7 Graham-Windham Manhattan Center Outpatient Child and Adolescent Mental Health Program
1980
Box: 54 Folder : 8 Uniform Case Records
1981
Box: 54 Folder : 9 Guidelines to compliance with outpatient program regulations (mental health)
1982
Box: 54 Folder : 10 Roleplaying instructions for interviews
1983
Box: 54 Folder : 11 Leadership development profile seminar
1983
Box: 54 Folder : 12 Bureau of Utilization review
1985
Box: 54 Folder : 13 Departmental Goals and Objective form
1987
Box: 54 Folder : 14 Map of GW campus and program for afternoon at campus
undated
Box: 54 Folder : 15 Manhattan Mental Health Center
undated
Box: 54 Folder : 16 How to use charts and posters
circa 1980s
Box: 54 Folder : 17 Ottilie Home for Children by-laws and rules and regulations
1983
Box: 54 Folder : 18 Ottilie Home for Children intake criteria
circa 1980s
Box: 54 Folder : 19 Residential Treatment Center and school miscellaneous
1995
Box: 54 Folder : 20 Graham Elementary/Middle School Yearbooks
2002-2004
Box: 54 Folder : 21 Graham Elementary/Middle School Yearbooks
2005-2006
Volume: 195 GGUFSD School Yearbook
1989
Volume: 196 GGUFSD School Yearbook
1989
Volume: 197 GGUFSD School Yearbook
1993
Volume: 198 GGUFSD School Yearbook
1993
Volume: 199 GGUFSD School Yearbook
1994
Volume: 200 GGUFSD School Yearbook
1999
Volume: 201 GGUFSD School Yearbook
2000
Volume: 202 GGUFSD School Yearbook
2000
Volume: 203 GGUFSD School Yearbook
2001
Volume: 204 GGUFSD High School Yearbook
2003
Volume: 205 GGUFSD High School Yearbook
2004
Volume: 206 GGUFSD High School Yearbook
2004
Volume: 207 GGUFSD High School Yearbook
2005
Volume: 208 GGUFSD High School Yearbook
2005
Volume: 209 GGUFSD High School Yearbook
2006
Volume: 210 GGUFSD High School Yearbook
2006
Volume: 211 GGUFSD School Yearbook
2007
Volume: 212 GGUFSD School Yearbook
2007
Volume: 213 GGUFSD School Yearbook
2007
Volume: 214 GGUFSD School Yearbook
2008
Volume: 215 GGUFSD School Yearbook
2008

Subseries III.6 - Office of Development - Printed Matter, circa 1977-2011, circa 1977-2011

Scope and content

The Office of Development at Graham Windham is responsible for all fundraising and public relations. Material from the department has been subdivided into four subseries (III.6-9) based on material type. Printed materials produced and/or collected by the Office of Development have been arranged as subseries III.6.

A few folders in the subseries include memos, notes, or correspondence related to the printed matter; however, most memos, notes, reports, correspondence and other administrative material of the Development Department is arranged in subseries III.7.

Materials in Subseries III.6 are arranged by type in the following order: event programs and invitations 1986-2010; informational and fundraising pamphlets, brochures, fliers, advertisements and miscellaneous printed matter 1980-2006 and undated; alumni newsletters 1994-1997; employee newsletters 1994-1996; newsletters for the general public 1983-2011.

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 55 Folder : 1 Gala Program and Invitation
1986
Box: 55 Folder : 2 Isabella Graham Award Programs
1986 and 1988
Box: 55 Folder : 3 Gala Program
1987
Box: 55 Folder : 4 Gala Program and Invitation
1988
Box: 55 Folder : 5 Gala Program and Invitation
1991
Box: 55 Folder : 6 "Classic Black" Benefit
1991
Box: 55 Folder : 7 Miscellaneous Event Invitations
1991-1994
Box: 55 Folder : 8 Gala Program and Invitation
1992
Box: 55 Folder : 9 Miscellaneous Gala Invitations
circa 1993-2003
Box: 55 Folder : 10 Gala Program
1994
Box: 55 Folder : 11 Harlem Child Care Center Opening and Halloween Benefit Skating Party
1994 June and October
Box: 55 Folder : 12 Gala Program
1995
Box: 55 Folder : 13 Save the Date Card, 190th Anniversary
1996
Box: 55 Folder : 14 Gala Program
1996
Box: 55 Folder : 15 Gala Program and Invitation
1997
Box: 55 Folder : 16 Gala
1998
Box: 55 Folder : 17 Wine Tasting Event
1998
Box: 56 Folder : 1 Gala Invitation
1999
Box: 56 Folder : 2 Gala Program
2000
Box: 56 Folder : 3 Gala
2001
Box: 56 Folder : 4 Gala Program
2005
Box: 56 Folder : 5 Bicentennial Ball
2006
Box: 56 Folder : 6 Gala Program and Invitation
2007
Box: 56 Folder : 7 Elizabeth Hamilton Award Luncheon Programs and Invitation
2007
Box: 56 Folder : 8 Annual Award Luncheon
2009
Box: 56 Folder : 9 Leadership Council Gala
2010
Box: 56 Folder : 10 Foster Care Pamphlet: "Scott needs your home"
circa 1980
Box: 56 Folder : 11 175th Anniversary Brochure
1980-1981
Box: 56 Folder : 12 Fundraising Fliers: "For the Good of All"
1983
Box: 56 Folder : 13 Caseworker Booklet
1986
Box: 56 Folder : 14 Printed Matter
1987
Box: 56 Folder : 15 Miscellaneous Printed Matter
circa 1980-1989
Box: 56 Folder : 16 "Every Child Deserves a Future" pamphlets (English and Spanish)
circa 1988
Box: 57 Folder : 1 "Business is Booming" fundraising ad
circa 1989
Box: 57 Folder : 2 "Our Children, Our Future" pamphlets, English and Spanish
circa 1990
Box: 57 Folder : 3 "Now More Than Ever Before" fundraising pamphlet
circa 1990-1992
Box: 57 Folder : 4 Miscellaneous leaflets
1990
Box: 57 Folder : 5 Campus School Miscellaneous printed matter
1991-1992
Box: 57 Folder : 6 Community School District Five Superintendent's Report
1991-1992
Box: 57 Folder : 7 Capital Campaign Brochures
1993
Box: 57 Folder : 8 Volunteer Manual
circa 1991
Box: 57 Folder : 9 Childcare Centers Information Sheets
circa 1990-1999
Box: 57 Folder : 10 Family Support Service Pamphlets
circa 1990-1999
Box: 57 Folder : 11 Graham Windham Mission Statement
1994
Box: 57 Folder : 12 Children's Christmas Party Program
1994
Box: 57 Folder : 13 NYC Budget Writing Campaign
1994
Box: 57 Folder : 14 Rwanda Contribution
1994
Box: 57 Folder : 15 Williamsburg Fliers
1994-1995
Box: 57 Folder : 16 Early Intervention Services Pamphlet
1995
Box: 57 Folder : 17 Early Intervention Staff Development Day
1995
Box: 57 Folder : 18 Staff Annual Recognition Day
1995
Box: 57 Folder : 19 Citibank Tennis Champions Tour
1995
Box: 57 Folder : 20 190th Anniversary Media Information Kit
1996
Box: 57 Folder : 21 Brochure with Timeline
circa 1997
Box: 57 Folder : 22 Brochure Information
1998 and 2000
Box: 57 Folder : 23 Literacy Initiative Brochure
2000
Box: 58 Folder : 1 Halloween Party sponsored by Westchester Friends
2000
Box: 58 Folder : 2 P.R. Fliers re: Children and GW
2005
Box: 58 Folder : 3 NY Times Ad
2006
Box: 58 Folder : 4 Mayor's Proclamation on Graham Windham Day
2006
Box: 58 Folder : 5 Bicentennial Ball
2006
Box: 58 Folder : 6 200th Anniversary Information Kit
2006
Box: 58 Folder : 7 Manhattan Mental Health Center Brochures
2006
Box: 58 Folder : 8 Volunteer Fliers
undated
Box: 58 Folder : 9 Handbook covers
undated
Box: 58 Folder : 10 "Ever Think About Becoming a Professional Parent?" pamphlet
undated
Box: 58 Folder : 11 "The Ultimate Investment" adoption flier and pamphlet
undated
Box: 58 Folder : 12 Manhattan Center pamphlets
undated
Box: 58 Folder : 13 Foster parent pamphlets: "Commit to Caring" and "Can You Provide a Home..."
undated
Box: 58 Folder : 14 Family Day Care Pamphlets
undated
Box: 58 Folder : 15 Primary Health Care Services pamphlet
undated
Box: 58 Folder : 16 Advocacy Postcards
undated
Box: 58 Folder : 17 Explanatory Pamphlet for Hastings Community Neighbors
undated
Box: 58 Folder : 18 Family Service Center Pamphlets (Crown Heights)
undated
Box: 58 Folder : 19 Early Childhood Packet
undated
Box: 58 Folder : 20 Miscellaneous Fliers
undated
Box: 58 Folder : 21 "The Graham School - a Special Place for Your Special Children" pamphlet
undated
Box: 58 Folder : 22 Christmas
2007
Box: 58 Folder : 23 Holiday Season Donation Card
2009
Box: 58 Folder : 24 Holiday Cards
1991
Box: 58 Folder : 25 Christmas Card
1993
Box: 58 Folder : 26 Christmas Cards
1994
Box: 58 Folder : 27 Holiday Cards
1997
Box: 58 Folder : 28 Holiday Cards
1998
Box: 58 Folder : 29 Holiday Cards
1999
Box: 58 Folder : 30 Holiday Ideas
2000
Box: 59 Folder : 1 Graham Messenger - Alumni Newsletter
1994
Box: 59 Folder : 2 Graham Messenger - Alumni Newsletter
1995
Box: 59 Folder : 3 Graham Messenger - Alumni Newsletter
1996
Box: 59 Folder : 4 Graham Messenger - Alumni Newsletter
1997
Box: 59 Folder : 5 Newsflash - Employee Newsletter
1994 May
Box: 59 Folder : 6 Newsflash - Employee Newsletter
1994 June and July
Box: 59 Folder : 7 Currents - Employee Newsletter
1994 September
Box: 59 Folder : 8 Currents - Employee Newsletter
1994 November
Box: 59 Folder : 9 Currents - Employee Newsletter
1994 December
Box: 59 Folder : 10 Currents - Employee Newsletter
1995 January
Box: 59 Folder : 11 Currents - Employee Newsletter
1995 March
Box: 59 Folder : 12 Currents - Employee Newsletter
1995 April
Box: 59 Folder : 13 Currents - Employee Newsletter
1995 June
Box: 59 Folder : 14 Currents - Employee Newsletter
1995 July
Box: 59 Folder : 15 Currents - Employee Newsletter
1995 September
Box: 59 Folder : 16 Currents - Employee Newsletter
1995 October
Box: 59 Folder : 17 Currents - Employee Newsletter
1996 January
Box: 59 Folder : 18 Currents - Employee Newsletter
1996 March
Box: 59 Folder : 19 Currents - Employee Newsletter
1996 May
Box: 59 Folder : 20 Currents - Employee Newsletter
1996 July
Box: 59 Folder : 21 Currents - Employee Newsletter
1996 October
Box: 60 Folder : 1 "Graham Windham Newsletter" Spring/Summer
1983
Box: 60 Folder : 2 "Graham Windham Newsletter" Fall/Winter
1983
Box: 60 Folder : 3 "Graham Windham Newsletter" Spring/Summer
1984
Box: 60 Folder : 4 "Graham Windham Newsletter" Fall/Winter
1984
Box: 60 Folder : 5 "Graham Windham Newsletter"
1985-1986
Box: 60 Folder : 6 "Graham Windham Newsletter" Spring/Summer
1986
Box: 60 Folder : 7 "Graham Windham Newsletter" Winter/Spring
1987
Box: 60 Folder : 8 "Graham Windham Record" Fall/Winter
1988
Box: 60 Folder : 9 "Graham Windham Record" Winter/Spring
1988
Box: 60 Folder : 10 "Graham Windham Record"
1989
Box: 60 Folder : 11 "Graham Windham Record" Spring/Summer
1990
Box: 60 Folder : 12 "Graham Windham Record" Fall/Winter
1990
Box: 60 Folder : 13 "Graham Windham Record" Spring/Summer
1991
Box: 60 Folder : 14 "Graham Windham Record" Fall/Winter
1991
Box: 60 Folder : 15 "Graham Windham Record" Spring/Summer
1992
Box: 60 Folder : 16 "Graham Windham Record" Fall/Winter
1992-1993
Box: 61 Folder : 1 "Graham Windham Record" Fall/Winter
1993-1994
Box: 61 Folder : 2 "Graham Windham Record" Spring
1994
Box: 61 Folder : 3 "Graham Windham Record" Summer/Fall
1994
Box: 61 Folder : 4 "Graham Windham Record" Fall/Winter
1994-1995
Box: 61 Folder : 5 "Graham Windham Record" Summer/Fall
1995
Box: 61 Folder : 6 "Graham Windham Record"
1997
Box: 61 Folder : 7 "Graham Windham Record"
1998
Box: 61 Folder : 8 "Graham Windham Record"
1999
Box: 61 Folder : 9 "Graham Windham Record"
2001
Box: 61 Folder : 10 "Graham Windham Record"
2002
Box: 61 Folder : 11 "Graham Windham Record"
2005
Box: 61 Folder : 12 "Graham Windham Record" Bicentennial Edition No. 1
2006
Box: 61 Folder : 13 "Graham Windham Record" Bicentennial Edition No. 2
2006
Box: 61 Folder : 14 "Graham Windham Record"
2007
Box: 61 Folder : 15 "Graham Windham Record"
2009
Box: 61 Folder : 16 "Graham Windham Record"
2011

Subseries III.7 - Office of Development - Administrative Materials, 1983-2011 (bulk 1990-1996), Bulk, 1990-1996 1983-2011

Scope and content

The Office of Development at Graham Windham is responsible for all fundraising and public relations. Material from the department has been subdivided into four subseries (III.6-9) based on material type.

This subseries, Subseries III.7, consists of memos, correspondence, notes, reports, drafts, and other administrative materials, created and/or kept by the Office of Development of Graham Windham. The Office of Development arranged the materials roughly by subject. Subjects are in no particular order. Subjects include memos regarding events and benefits (i.e. galas, alumni reunions), publications (i.e. annual report drafts, brochure drafts, public service announcements), Graham Windham sites (i.e. Hastings campus, Manhattan Center) and miscellaneous topics related to programs and services (i.e. adoption, volunteers). While most of the printed matter (brochures, etc.) kept by the Office of Development is in Subseries III.6, there is also a small amount interfiled with the materials in this subseries. Original folder titles have been maintained.

Restricted materials have been separated to two boxes at the end of this subseries. Records in these last two boxes, Boxes 76 and 77, are closed to the public for a period of 100 years from the date of their creation.

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 62 Folder : 1 1990 Annual Report Copy [draft materials]
circa 1991
Box: 62 Folder : 2 1991 Annual Report Copy [draft materials]
circa 1992
Box: 62 Folder : 3 1991 Annual Report Copy [draft materials]
circa 1992
Box: 62 Folder : 4 1992 Annual Report Copy [draft materials]
circa 1992
Box: 62 Folder : 5 1994 Annual Report Material [draft materials]
circa 1994
Box: 62 Folder : 6 1994 Annual Report Children's Stories [draft materials]
circa 1995
Box: 62 Folder : 7 1994 Annual Report Copy [draft materials]
circa 1995
Box: 62 Folder : 8 1994 Annual Report Copy [draft materials]
circa 1995
Box: 63 Folder : 1 1995 Annual Report [draft materials]
circa 1996
Box: 63 Folder : 2 1995 Annual Report [draft materials]
circa 1996
Box: 63 Folder : 3 1995 Annual Report [draft materials]
circa 1996
Box: 63 Folder : 4 1995 Annual Report [draft materials]
circa 1996
Box: 63 Folder : 5 NAHC [National Association of Homes for Children] Questionnaire
1991
Box: 63 Folder : 6 NAHC [National Association of Homes for Children] Directory Questionnaire
1991
Box: 63 Folder : 7 NAHC [National Association of Homes for Children] Anniversary Publication
1995
Box: 63 Folder : 8 NAHC [National Association of Homes for Children] Photo Contest GW Winner
1995
Box: 63 Folder : 9 Adoption Recruitment - Mann. Hanover and Misc.
1991
Box: 63 Folder : 10 Adoption Recruitment Articles and Misc.
1991
Box: 64 Folder : 1 Adoption Flier
circa 1989-1990
Box: 64 Folder : 2 Minority Families Adoption Recruitment Program
1989
Box: 64 Folder : 3 Adoption Recruitment "Bank Book"
1990
Box: 64 Folder : 4 National Adoption Awareness Month
1995
Box: 64 Folder : 5 Post Legal Adoption Program
1995-1996
Box: 64 Folder : 6 Foster Boarding Home
1990
Box: 64 Folder : 7 Foster Care Resource Material
1990
Box: 64 Folder : 8 Foster Parent Recognition Awards
1996
Box: 64 Folder : 9 Project Welcome Home
1990
Box: 64 Folder : 10 Welcome Home Project and Lipton Tea Company
1990
Box: 64 Folder : 11 National Child Welfare League Scholarship Program (Freddie Mac)
1995
Box: 64 Folder : 12 Preventive Services Program
1989
Box: 65 Folder : 1 "Cultivation" Events
1989
Box: 65 Folder : 2 Foster Care and Family Day Care Providers Recognition Dinner
1989
Box: 65 Folder : 3 WWRL Series
1990
Box: 65 Folder : 4 Radio Stations Benefit Night
1991-1992
Box: 65 Folder : 5 GW Video
1992
Box: 65 Folder : 6 Classic Black Event Benefit
1992
Box: 65 Folder : 7 Kids' Poems for Gala
undated
Box: 65 Folder : 8 Isabella Graham Award to Arthur Ashe
1992
Box: 65 Folder : 9 Children Attend BAM Family Fun Series
1990
Box: 65 Folder : 10 Staff Event at Gramercy Park Hotel
1990
Box: 65 Folder : 11 Abbey Lincoln Concert Events
1991-1993
Box: 65 Folder : 12 Campus Dedication
1991
Box: 65 Folder : 13 Harlem Child Care Center Opening
1994
Box: 65 Folder : 14 Harlem Day Care Center Opening
1994
Box: 66 Folder : 1 Nate Archibald Basketball Clinic
1989
Box: 66 Folder : 2 Benefit Concert - 250th Anniversary of Handel's Messiah
1990
Box: 66 Folder : 3 Holiday Events
1990
Box: 66 Folder : 4 Jim Hensen Productions
1991
Box: 66 Folder : 5 Johnson and Higgins Presentation, Holidays
1991
Box: 66 Folder : 6 Tennis Tournament
1991
Box: 66 Folder : 7 Art Gallery Benefit, Sculptor Vince Cordero
1992
Box: 66 Folder : 8 Advocacy re: Budget Cuts
1992
Box: 66 Folder : 9 Testimony re: State Budget
1992
Box: 66 Folder : 10 Muppet Movie Premiere
1992
Box: 66 Folder : 11 Letter re: possible visit of Hillary Clinton
1992
Box: 66 Folder : 12 GW Crown Heights Health Fair
1993
Box: 66 Folder : 13 City Budget "Lobby" Campaign
1994
Box: 66 Folder : 14 Gracie Mansion Visit
1994
Box: 66 Folder : 15 Rwanda Relief Programs
1994
Box: 66 Folder : 16 Legislative Breakfast
1995
Box: 66 Folder : 17 Staff Development Day - Early Childhood Services
1995
Box: 66 Folder : 18 Mixed Basketball Clinic
1996
Box: 66 Folder : 19 NAWBO Event
1996
Box: 66 Folder : 20 Union 1199 Publicity
1996
Box: 66 Folder : 21 Volunteer Activities for Kids
1996
Box: 67 Folder : 1 Gala Benefit
1994
Box: 67 Folder : 2 Journal Ads
1999
Box: 67 Folder : 3 2000 Gala Including Raffle
2000
Box: 67 Folder : 4 Kellogg's Account Management, J. Walter Thompson
2000
Box: 67 Folder : 5 2001 Gala Programs and Raffle
2001
Box: 67 Folder : 6 Volunteer Award Winners
1992-1997
Box: 67 Folder : 7 Events Including at School
1998
Box: 67 Folder : 8 Great Adventure Trip
1998
Box: 67 Folder : 9 Harlem Ministers Breakfast
1998
Box: 67 Folder : 10 Staff Recognition Day
1998
Box: 67 Folder : 11 Volunteer Luncheon
1999
Box: 67 Folder : 12 Staff Holiday Party
2000
Box: 67 Folder : 13 2001 Gala and Jazz Awards
2001
Box: 67 Folder : 14 Alumni Reunion
1988 August 20
Box: 67 Folder : 15 Alumni Reunion
1990 May 19
Box: 67 Folder : 16 Alumni Reunion
1991 May 18
Box: 67 Folder : 17 Alumni Reunion
1992 May 16
Box: 67 Folder : 18 Alumni Reunion
1993 May 22
Box: 67 Folder : 19 Alumni Reunion
1994 May 21
Box: 67 Folder : 20 Alumni Reunion
1995 May 20
Box: 67 Folder : 21 Alumni Reunion
1996 May 18
Box: 67 Folder : 22 Alumni Reunion
1997 May 17
Box: 67 Folder : 23 Alumni Reunion
1998 May 16
Box: 67 Folder : 24 Alumni Reunion
1999 May 22
Box: 68 Folder : 1 Maps of Campus
undated
Box: 68 Folder : 2 Campus Tree Lighting
1989-1990
Box: 68 Folder : 3 Wynton Marsalis Visit to Campus
1989
Box: 68 Folder : 4 Tennis Courts Dedication, Arthur Ashe at Campus
1989
Box: 68 Folder : 5 Campus Alumni
1990
Box: 68 Folder : 6 Miscellaneous Campus Activities
1990
Box: 68 Folder : 7 Campus Tour - C. Ottley and Statistics
1991
Box: 68 Folder : 8 Miscellaneous Campus Activities
1991
Box: 68 Folder : 9 Miscellaneous Campus Activities
1992
Box: 68 Folder : 10 Campus Brochure
1992
Box: 68 Folder : 11 Graham School Student Testimonials
circa 2000-2010
Box: 69 Folder : 1 PSA [Public Service Announcement] Handbook
1983
Box: 69 Folder : 2 NBC Spots re: Children Available for Adoption
1990
Box: 69 Folder : 3 PSA [Public Service Announcement] Schedules
1990-1991
Box: 69 Folder : 4 Public Service Announcements
1990-1992
Box: 69 Folder : 5 Wynton Marsalis Public Service Announcement
1990
Box: 69 Folder : 6 Alternative Housing Directory
1989
Box: 69 Folder : 7 Neighborhood Family Service Center, Brooklyn
1992
Box: 69 Folder : 8 GW School Children's Donations for Toy Drive/Yonkers YWCA
1989
Box: 69 Folder : 9 Independent Living
1990
Box: 70 Folder : 1 General Correspondence, Brooklyn Site
1991
Box: 70 Folder : 2 Early Childhood Education Div. Programs
1992
Box: 70 Folder : 3 GW Early Intervention Services - Preschool brochure
1995
Box: 70 Folder : 4 GW Educational Services
undated
Box: 70 Folder : 5 Finest Care Dedication
1989
Box: 70 Folder : 6 Finest Day Care Program
circa 1989-1991
Box: 70 Folder : 7 Family Day Care Miscellaneous
1991
Box: 70 Folder : 8 Community Foster Care Division
1991-1992
Box: 70 Folder : 9 Group Homes Project
1992
Box: 70 Folder : 10 Grow with Us Program
1990
Box: 70 Folder : 11 Harlem Child Care Award
1996
Box: 71 Folder : 1 Correspondence re: GW as a Resource
1988-1992
Box: 71 Folder : 2 Graham Windham Mission Statement
1991
Box: 71 Folder : 3 Early Childhood Services Handbook and Fliers
1991-1992
Box: 71 Folder : 4 Early Childhood Services Flipchart
1992-1993
Box: 71 Folder : 5 Board Manual
1992
Box: 71 Folder : 6 Child Welfare Statistics Sheets
circa 1990
Box: 71 Folder : 7 Young Sisterhood Collective
1992
Box: 71 Folder : 8 Manhattan Center Newsletter
1989
Box: 71 Folder : 9 Manhattan Mental Health Center Printed Matter
1993
Box: 72 Folder : 1 Bedford Refuge
1986-1989
Box: 72 Folder : 2 Environmental impact in Hastings of new pipeline on campus
1994
Box: 72 Folder : 3 Finest Child Care Center anad Judith Dynia Mayor's Office
1994
Box: 72 Folder : 4 Andrew Kerfut campus resident becomes Principal
1996
Box: 72 Folder : 5 HR Fact Sheets
1996
Box: 72 Folder : 6 New York's foster care system by Andrew Stein, NYC Council President
1989
Box: 72 Folder : 7 Demographics by race and ethnicity, NYC
1990
Box: 72 Folder : 8 Developmental Delay Research
1990
Box: 72 Folder : 9 Drug and Alcohol Abuse Information
1990
Box: 72 Folder : 10 Newsletter contributions
1989
Box: 72 Folder : 11 Newsletter resource file
1990-1992
Box: 72 Folder : 12 Big Apple Parents Paper
1990
Box: 72 Folder : 13 Copy for ad in "Women's News" newspaper and recruitment leaflet
1991
Box: 72 Folder : 14 GW Brochure
1991
Box: 72 Folder : 15 Health Care Services Printed Matter
1992
Box: 72 Folder : 16 NFSC Printed Matter
1992
Box: 72 Folder : 17 Spring GW Record
1997
Box: 72 Folder : 18 Harlem Child Care Insert
undated
Box: 73 Folder : 1 CBS piece on adoption at campus
1990
Box: 73 Folder : 2 Children's responses to WNBC program, "For Peace Sake"
1990
Box: 73 Folder : 3 Capital Campaign Breakfast and Miscellaneous
1991
Box: 73 Folder : 4 Holiday Pitch Letters
1991
Box: 73 Folder : 5 "In the Mix" Episode on GW and Foster Care
1994
Box: 73 Folder : 6 Letters to Editors
1991-1993
Box: 73 Folder : 7 MAPP Information re: Foster Care
1992
Box: 73 Folder : 8 Today Show WNBC-TV (Adoption)
1990
Box: 73 Folder : 9 NYU Story
1991
Box: 73 Folder : 10 New York Women's Foundation Journal
1992
Box: 73 Folder : 11 Testimonials Brochure
1992
Box: 73 Folder : 12 Joyce Lapenn Op-Ed Piece in Newsday
1992
Box: 73 Folder : 13 Pitch Letters
1992
Box: 73 Folder : 14 Thank you letters - gifts under $100
1990
Box: 73 Folder : 15 Children's Thank You Letters to Santa and Volunteers
1995
Box: 73 Folder : 16 CWLA Testimony Before U.S. Senate
1986
Box: 73 Folder : 17 United Way Profile of GW
1992
Box: 73 Folder : 18 One-to-One and GW
1992
Box: 74 Folder : 1 Copyright for Director for Child Welfare Field
1989
Box: 74 Folder : 2 Statistics about New York City Children
1993
Box: 74 Folder : 3 Human Sexuality: A CWA Curriculum
1990
Box: 74 Folder : 4 American Red Cross Babysitting Course
2005
Box: 74 Folder : 5 Beacon Center
2005-2007
Box: 74 Folder : 6 Norman M. Segal re: Placement of Plaque in Memory of
1992
Box: 74 Folder : 7 Beacon Mentoring Program
circa 2000-2005
Box: 74 Folder : 8 "Campus Culture" by Gerald S. Leventhal
2002
Box: 74 Folder : 9 Volunteer Activities - General
1993
Box: 74 Folder : 10 Advertisement Produced by J. Raniere
1989
Box: 74 Folder : 11 Public Information Reports
1989-1991
Box: 74 Folder : 12 Christmas Teddy Bears Publicity
1990
Box: 74 Folder : 13 Media Coverage and Relations
1990-1992
Box: 74 Folder : 14 Christmas and Rights "Because it's Christmas (for All Children)"
1991-1992
Box: 74 Folder : 15 Public Information Department Accomplishments
1991-1992
Box: 74 Folder : 16 MCI Toys for Tots
1992
Box: 74 Folder : 17 Pro Bono Agencies
1993
Box: 74 Folder : 18 Unicef Check Presentation - Rwanda Relief
1994
Box: 74 Folder : 19 Miscellaneous Letters to GW
1995
Box: 74 Folder : 20 Human Interest Spots for Mother's Day
1995
Box: 74 Folder : 21 "The Visionaries" TV Series, applying to
1995
Box: 74 Folder : 22 190th Anniversary Proclamation and Fundraising Strategies
1996
Box: 74 Folder : 23 Radio Free Europe Interview of David Megley
undated
Box: 75 Folder : 1 Volunteer Forms
1992
Box: 75 Folder : 2 FBH Volunteer Activities
1992-1993
Box: 75 Folder : 3 Volunteers - Misc.
1991-1992
Box: 75 Folder : 4 GW Steel Band Engagements including United Nations
1983-1992
Box: 75 Folder : 5 Memorandum of Understanding between GW and Pace University re: Volunteers
1992
Box: 75 Folder : 6 Yankees Game Excursion - Rye Friends
1992
Box: 75 Folder : 7 Westchester Friends
1991-1992
Box: 75 Folder : 8 May Taylor Day
1995
Box: 75 Folder : 9 Spring Cleaning - Bronxville High School Graduating Class Helps GW Children
1996
Box: 76 Folder : 1 Several Board Members: Hall, Clutz, Wallace, Tarry, Kendrick, Dwyer
1992
Box: 76 Folder : 2 Board Chair Michael Ainslie
circa 1989-1996
Box: 76 Folder : 3 Board Profiles
1996
Box: 76 Folder : 4 Board Member Suzanne F. Ainslie
1992
Box: 76 Folder : 5 Board Member Suzanne Frutig Bales
1991
Box: 76 Folder : 6 Board Member Susan S. Bohen
1992
Box: 76 Folder : 7 Board Member Barbard Carr
1992
Box: 76 Folder : 8 Board Member John Cecil
1992
Box: 76 Folder : 9 Board Member Denise Crimmins Clayton
1992
Box: 76 Folder : 10 Board Member Patricia F. Dunning
1992
Box: 76 Folder : 11 Board Member Robert Ferrari
1992
Box: 76 Folder : 12 Board Member Bruce S. Fowle
1992
Box: 76 Folder : 13 Board Member Lorraine Friedman
1992
Box: 76 Folder : 14 Board Member Thomas E. Greene
1992
Box: 76 Folder : 15 Board Member Michael Golden
1992
Box: 76 Folder : 16 Board Member Pamela L. Goldman
1992
Box: 76 Folder : 17 Board Member James J. Nicholson
1992
Box: 76 Folder : 18 Board Member Sydney Reynolds
1992
Box: 76 Folder : 19 Board Member Elizabeth Sargent
1992
Box: 76 Folder : 20 Board Member John Sargent
1992
Box: 76 Folder : 21 Board Member Andrew Saunders
1992
Box: 76 Folder : 22 Board Member Harriet H. Savage
1992
Box: 76 Folder : 23 Board Member Bruce Schnitzer
1992
Box: 76 Folder : 24 Board Member David Shatz
1992
Box: 76 Folder : 25 Board Member Miles Slater
1992
Box: 76 Folder : 26 Board Member Richard Stewart, Jr.
1992
Box: 76 Folder : 27 Board Member Marian Taylor
1992
Box: 76 Folder : 28 Board Member Catherine Tracy
1992
Box: 76 Folder : 29 Board Member Sandra Trim-Dacosta
1991
Box: 76 Folder : 30 Board Member H.M. Baird Voorhis
1992
Box: 76 Folder : 31 Board Member Georgia Wall
1992
Box: 76 Folder : 32 Bio of Celeste Weisglass
undated
Box: 76 Folder : 33 Bio of Stephen Weisglass
undated
Box: 76 Folder : 34 Board Member Phyllis Wright
1992
Box: 76 Folder : 35 Joyce Lapenn Bio
1991
Box: 76 Folder : 36 Joyce Lapenn Who's Who Application
1990
Box: 76 Folder : 37 Speeches by Suzie Bales and Joyce Lapenn
1991
Box: 76 Folder : 38 Poul Jensen Bio
undated
Box: 76 Folder : 39 Staff bios: L. Stafford, C. Boakye, P. Dunn, R. Primason, Fatima Goldman
1992
Box: 76 Folder : 40 The Reverend Tony Hart, Staff Member
1974
Box: 76 Folder : 41 Interview Questions for Alumni at Reunion
2004
Box: 76 Folder : 42 Gilbert Harris, Resident in 1957
2004
Box: 76 Folder : 43 Frank Michaels, former resident at campus
2004
Box: 76 Folder : 44 Case Vignettes - RESTRICTED
1989
Box: 76 Folder : 45 Success Stories from Field - Children - RESTRICTED
1989
Box: 76 Folder : 46 Communications Improvement Committee Minutes
1991
Box: 76 Folder : 47 Budget
1990-1991
Box: 76 Folder : 48 Group Homes Incidents - RESTRICTED
1992
Box: 77 Folder : 1 Budget
1993
Box: 77 Folder : 2 Poul Jensen's Memo to Board on Past Year
1999
Box: 77 Folder : 3 Budget and Goals
2000
Box: 77 Folder : 4 Computer Project - Early Childhood
1995
Box: 77 Folder : 5 Quality Assurance Reports
1996
Box: 77 Folder : 6 Literacy Program Grants including Morgan Stanley Financial Report
1999
Box: 77 Folder : 7 Power Point Presentation
2005
Box: 77 Folder : 8 Letters re: Ancestors - RESTRICTED
2005
Box: 77 Folder : 9 Adoptive Parent Bios - RESTRICTED
undated
Box: 77 Folder : 10 Consent Forms
1987
Box: 77 Folder : 11 Release Form - Every Child Brochure
1988
Box: 77 Folder : 12 Finest Care Photo Releases
1990
Box: 77 Folder : 13 Campus Talent Releases in a PSA
1992
Box: 77 Folder : 14 NFSC Photo Release
1993
Box: 77 Folder : 15 Consent for Photographs
1994
Box: 77 Folder : 16 Harlem Child Care Center Releases
1995
Box: 77 Folder : 17 Williamsburg Day Care Release
1995
Box: 77 Folder : 18 Beacon Center Media Consent
1996
Box: 77 Folder : 19 Grow With Us Consent Form
1996
Box: 77 Folder : 20 Project Welcome Home Release Form
1996

Subseries III.8 - Office of Development - Press Releases, Articles and Clippings, 1975-2010, 1975-2010

Scope and Content

Subseries III.8 is the third of four subseries of materials from the Graham Windham Office of Development. The subseries contains nine boxes and three binders of press releases, articles, and clippings produced and/or collected by the Office of Development. Materials are arranged sometimes by subject and sometimes by date. In general, with a few exceptions, press releases are at the beginning of the subseries, followed by clippings and articles. The three binders of clippings are arranged at the end of the subseries, and include clippings that pre-date the merger of Graham and Windham. All other materials are from 1977-2010, with the majority of materials from the 1990's. Materials from earlier dates are sometimes arranged after later dates. Original folder titles have been maintained.

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 78 Folder : 1 Press Releases re: Campus
1977-1984
Box: 78 Folder : 2 Press Releases Miscellaneous Various Programs
1987-1988
Box: 78 Folder : 3 Press Releases Miscellaneous Various Programs and Campus Board
1989-1990
Box: 78 Folder : 4 Press Releases Miscellaneous
1990-1991
Box: 78 Folder : 5 Press Releases Miscellaneous Programs incl. health fairs, board, staff and campus
1991-1993
Box: 78 Folder : 6 Press Release Harlem Child Care Opening
1993
Box: 78 Folder : 7 Press Release - Family Matters
1994 August
Box: 78 Folder : 8 Press Release - Family Matters
1994 October
Box: 78 Folder : 9 Press Release - Family Matters
1994 November-December
Box: 78 Folder : 10 Harlem Week Barbecue
1994 August
Box: 78 Folder : 11 Halloween on Ice Benefit
1994 October
Box: 78 Folder : 12 Rwanda Project, GW's Gift to Unicef
1994 October
Box: 78 Folder : 13 Rwanda Relief Articles
1994
Box: 78 Folder : 14 Rwanda Charity Car Wash
1994 September
Box: 78 Folder : 15 Williamsburg Child Care Center Welcomes 2 Year Olds
1994 October
Box: 78 Folder : 16 Holiday Happenings for Children
1994 December
Box: 78 Folder : 17 Kermit the Frog Hops in to Help Santa
1994 December
Box: 78 Folder : 18 Holiday Story, Santa Visits Kids
1994 December
Box: 78 Folder : 19 Bronxville Volunteers Receive Community Service Citation, named for Eleanor Roosevelt
1994 December
Box: 78 Folder : 20 189th Annual Meeting
1995 May
Box: 78 Folder : 21 Beacon Center Takes Part in New York Cares Day
1995 October
Box: 78 Folder : 22 Press release re: Proposed Budget Cuts to Child Care Services
1995 May
Box: 78 Folder : 23 Citibank Tennis Benefit
1995 August and September
Box: 78 Folder : 24 ESH [Elizabeth Schuyler Hamilton] Scholars - Press Releases
1995
Box: 78 Folder : 25 Donna Hanover Giuliani and Charlayne Hunter-Gault Honored at 9th Annual Gala
1995 April and May
Box: 78 Folder : 26 Family Matters, Public Service Column
1995 February
Box: 79 Folder : 1 Press Releases
1989-1990
Box: 79 Folder : 2 Press Releases
1990-1991
Box: 79 Folder : 3 Press Releases
1991-1993
Box: 79 Folder : 4 GW Programs and Other Agency Programs
1990-1995
Box: 79 Folder : 5 Troubled Kids, Troubled Homes? Education etc.
1994
Box: 79 Folder : 6 Health and Children
1994-1995
Box: 79 Folder : 7 Health and Children
1994-1995
Box: 79 Folder : 8 Child Care, All Work No Pay
1995
Box: 79 Folder : 9 GW Family Matters Program re: After School Learning
1995
Box: 79 Folder : 10 Tennis Legends Compete in Rye/Graham Windham Beneficiary
1995
Box: 79 Folder : 11 Profile of Sofiya Rusakova, Social Worker at GW
1995
Box: 79 Folder : 12 Bronxville High School Seniors Give Back to Community at Campus
1996
Box: 79 Folder : 13 Project Welcome Home
1997
Box: 80 Folder : 1 Family Matters Public Service Column
1995 March
Box: 80 Folder : 2 Family Matters Monthly Column
1995 April
Box: 80 Folder : 3 Family Matters Monthly Column
1995 May
Box: 80 Folder : 4 Family Matters: School's Over, but Learning's Not Yet
1995 July
Box: 80 Folder : 5 Family Matters Monthly Column
1995 August
Box: 80 Folder : 6 Family Matters Monthly Column
1995 September
Box: 80 Folder : 7 Family Matters Monthly Column
1995 November
Box: 80 Folder : 8 Greenburgh-Graham School Graduation
1995 June
Box: 80 Folder : 9 Harlem Child Care Center Celebrates Black History Month
1995 March
Box: 80 Folder : 10 Harlem Child Care Center First Graduation
1995 June
Box: 80 Folder : 11 Hastings Fire Department 25th Annual Christmas Visit to Campus
1995 January
Box: 80 Folder : 12 Senior Artisans Bring Handmade gifts to Formerly Homeless Mothers and Their Babies
1995 June
Box: 80 Folder : 13 Team Career Conference
1995 March
Box: 80 Folder : 14 Three Kings Day Celebration at Family Day Care
1995 January
Box: 80 Folder : 15 Event Advisory re: Olympic Torch
1995 October
Box: 80 Folder : 16 Preventive Services Directors Applauded by Community Leaders in Brooklyn
1995 October
Box: 80 Folder : 17 Beacon Center Aerobics Classes
1996 August
Box: 80 Folder : 18 Beacon Center First Day of Summer Camp
1996 July
Box: 80 Folder : 19 Career Conference
1996 March
Box: 80 Folder : 20 Ellen Coyt Joins Board
1996 June
Box: 80 Folder : 21 End of Summer Celebration
1996 August
Box: 80 Folder : 22 Family Matters Monthly Column
1996 January
Box: 80 Folder : 23 Family Matters Monthly Column
1996 February
Box: 80 Folder : 24 Family Matters Monthly Column
1996 July
Box: 80 Folder : 25 Family Matters Monthly Column
1996 August
Box: 80 Folder : 26 Family Matters Monthly Column
1996 September
Box: 80 Folder : 27 Finest Day Care, Say Happy 190th to Graham Windham
1996 June
Box: 80 Folder : 28 Free and Reduced Meals Program
1996 September
Box: 80 Folder : 29 190th Birthday Gala honors Brooke Astor and Ruby Bridges Hall
1996 April
Box: 80 Folder : 30 Garden Club Harvest
1996 October
Box: 80 Folder : 31 GW Girls Become Scouts
1996 January
Box: 80 Folder : 32 Halloween Celebrations
1996 October
Box: 80 Folder : 33 Harlem Child Care Center, Ruby Bridges Speaks
1996 April
Box: 80 Folder : 34 Harlem Child Care Graduation
1996 June
Box: 80 Folder : 35 Pam Minetti Joins Board
1996 June
Box: 80 Folder : 36 NAWBO Benefit
1996 November
Box: 80 Folder : 37 Project Welcome Home Barbecue for Formerly Homeless Mothers
1996 July
Box: 80 Folder : 38 Project Welcome Home Graduation
1996 April
Box: 80 Folder : 39 Project Welcome Home Halloween
1996 October
Box: 80 Folder : 40 Tennis Benefit
1996 July
Box: 80 Folder : 41 Tennis Benefit
1996 August
Box: 80 Folder : 42 Gail Donovan Elected to Board
1996 June
Box: 80 Folder : 43 GW Celebrates "Finest" Kids
1996 June
Box: 80 Folder : 44 May Taylor Day - 190th Anniversary
1996 August
Box: 80 Folder : 45 Tennis Clinic
1996 June
Box: 80 Folder : 46 Bronxville HS Seniors join with Graham School Seniors to Beautify Campus
1996 June
Box: 80 Folder : 47 Grads Say Goodbye to Grow With Us
1996 July
Box: 80 Folder : 48 May Taylor Day Press Release
1997
Box: 81 Folder : 1 Press Releases
1982-1985
Box: 81 Folder : 2 Press Releases
1983-1984
Box: 81 Folder : 3 The Westchester Historian, Volume 62, Number 4, "Graham Windham: the Story of the Nation's Oldest Childcare Agency"
1986
Box: 81 Folder : 4 Press Releases
1986-1987
Box: 81 Folder : 5 Press Releases
1987-1988
Box: 81 Folder : 6 Articles re: GW
1987-1990
Box: 81 Folder : 7 Articles re: GW
1987-1991
Box: 81 Folder : 8 Gala - Arthur Ashe
1987
Box: 81 Folder : 9 PR re: Ministers' Breakfast
1988
Box: 81 Folder : 10 Finest Care Clips
1989
Box: 81 Folder : 11 Press Release re: Wynton Marsalis - Honored at Gala
1989
Box: 81 Folder : 12 Isabella Graham Award to Wynton Marsalis
1989
Box: 81 Folder : 13 Articles and Press Releases
1994-1995
Box: 81 Folder : 14 NY Times Ad
2006
Box: 81 Folder : 15 Gala
2007
Box: 81 Folder : 16 New York Nonprofit Press Volume 7 Issue 1, Article re: GW
2008 January
Box: 81 Folder : 17 New York Family profile of Poul Jensen
2010 December
Box: 82 Folder : 1 Press Clips
1983-1984
Box: 82 Folder : 2 Press Clips
1984-1985
Box: 82 Folder : 3 Press Clips
1985-1986
Box: 82 Folder : 4 Press Clips
1986-1987
Box: 82 Folder : 5 Press Clips
1987-1988
Box: 82 Folder : 6 Newspaper Clippings
1980's
Box: 82 Folder : 7 Benefit Clips/Celebrities
1980's
Box: 82 Folder : 8 Christmas Card Contest
1988
Box: 82 Folder : 9 Volunteer Clips
1988-1991
Box: 82 Folder : 10 Campus Poetry Class
1986
Box: 82 Folder : 11 International Day
1986
Box: 82 Folder : 12 Campus All Star Steel Band
1986
Box: 82 Folder : 13 Hudson River Museum Exhibit
1987
Box: 82 Folder : 14 NYT, NY Friends
1987
Box: 82 Folder : 15 Kids Meet Muppets
1987
Box: 82 Folder : 16 NYT Benefit Listing
1987
Box: 82 Folder : 17 Harlem Clergy
1988
Box: 82 Folder : 18 News Clippings re: Child Welfare and City TV Ads
1990
Box: 82 Folder : 19 Charlotte Ottley elected to Board
1990
Box: 82 Folder : 20 FPWA Report on Child Welfare Crisis
1990
Box: 82 Folder : 21 Misc. Articles incl. Manhattan Center
1990-1993
Box: 82 Folder : 22 Articles re: GW incl. Board Member Phyllis Fisher-Wright
2002-2005
Box: 83 Folder : 1 Group Homes Christmas Event
undated
Box: 83 Folder : 2 Rwanda Relief Month
1994
Box: 83 Folder : 3 Finest Care Day Care Center Halloween Party
1994
Box: 83 Folder : 4 Jane Hanson appointed to GW Board
1994
Box: 83 Folder : 5 Article re: Foster Kids
1994
Box: 83 Folder : 6 Grow With Us Program
1994
Box: 83 Folder : 7 Opening of Child Care Center in Harlem
1994
Box: 83 Folder : 8 Harlem Child Care Center Fundraiser
1994
Box: 83 Folder : 9 Article re: Homework Program
1994
Box: 83 Folder : 10 NY City Budget and Children
1994
Box: 83 Folder : 11 Graham Kids Raise Money for Rwanda
1994
Box: 83 Folder : 12 May Taylor Day at Campus
1994-1996
Box: 83 Folder : 13 Profile of GW
1995
Box: 83 Folder : 14 Articles re: Violence in the Schools
1994
Box: 83 Folder : 15 CWLA Article re: GW
1995
Box: 83 Folder : 16 Christmas Article re: GW
1995
Box: 83 Folder : 17 Brooklyn Preventive Services - Coalition Aids
1995
Box: 83 Folder : 18 Family Matters re: PTSD
1995
Box: 83 Folder : 19 Gala - Charlayne Hunter Gault Feted
1995
Box: 83 Folder : 20 Investiture Ceremony at Campus - Girl Scouts
1995
Box: 83 Folder : 21 Graham School Graduation
1995
Box: 83 Folder : 22 First Graduation at Harlem Child Care Center
1995
Box: 83 Folder : 23 LaToya Edwards, Campus, Carries Olympic Torch
1995
Box: 83 Folder : 24 Adoption
1995
Box: 83 Folder : 25 Children and Reading
1995
Box: 83 Folder : 26 Child Welfare Article and Newt Gingrich
1995
Box: 83 Folder : 27 Special Needs Children
1995
Box: 83 Folder : 28 Teaching Children the Value of Money
1996
Box: 83 Folder : 29 Tennis Program at Campus
1995-1996
Box: 83 Folder : 30 Article "Orphanages of the '90s" including GW
1995
Box: 83 Folder : 31 "100 Years of Sanctuary" re: GW
1995
Box: 83 Folder : 32 Caring Magazine Photo Contest
1996
Box: 83 Folder : 33 GW's 190th Anniversary Birthday Party at Finest Care
1996
Box: 83 Folder : 34 Claudia M. Facen Joins Board
1996
Box: 83 Folder : 35 GW "Culture Camp" Beacon Center
1996
Box: 83 Folder : 36 Campus Seniors Community Service Project/Spring Cleaning
1996
Box: 83 Folder : 37 Family Matters Programs
1996
Box: 83 Folder : 38 Family Matter Conflict Resolution Program
1996
Box: 83 Folder : 39 GW Benefit
1996
Box: 83 Folder : 40 Gala
1996
Box: 83 Folder : 41 Harlem Child Care Center
1996
Box: 83 Folder : 42 Harlem Child Care Center/Ruby Bridges Hall
1996
Box: 83 Folder : 43 Margaret Magowan raised 130 Foster Kids
1996
Box: 83 Folder : 44 Harlem Child Care Center
1997
Box: 83 Folder : 45 Poul Jensen appointed President
1997
Box: 83 Folder : 46 Project Welcome Home/Harlem
1997
Box: 83 Folder : 47 Visibility Campaign
1997
Box: 83 Folder : 48 Springsteen Concert Event/Auction
1998
Box: 83 Folder : 49 Nicole Miller Private Sale Benefit
2000
Box: 84 Folder : 1 Clippings
1989-1992
Box: 84 Folder : 2 Social Work and Childcare
1990
Box: 84 Folder : 3 African American Leaders
1991
Box: 84 Folder : 4 Miscellaneous
1994
Box: 84 Folder : 5 Miscellaneous
1994
Box: 84 Folder : 6 Miscellaneous Clips
1994
Box: 84 Folder : 7 Family Life
1994
Box: 84 Folder : 8 Articles re: Children's Social Policy and Budgets
1994
Box: 84 Folder : 9 Articles re: Children's Social Policy and Budgets
1994
Box: 85 Folder : 1 Crime and Kids
1994
Box: 85 Folder : 2 Emergency Foster Boarding Homes/NYC
1994
Box: 85 Folder : 3 Kwanzaa
1994
Box: 85 Folder : 4 Orphanages, Group Homes, and Foster Care
1994
Box: 85 Folder : 5 Re: Schools and Education
1994
Box: 85 Folder : 6 Re: Adoption
1994-1995
Box: 85 Folder : 7 Miscellaneous Articles on Welfare and Workfare, Clinton Administration
1994-1995
Box: 86 Folder : 1 Poverty, Children, and Government
1994-1995
Box: 86 Folder : 2 Poverty, Children, and Government
1994-1995
Box: 86 Folder : 3 Misc. Articles on Programs for Children, Govt, etc. incl. Homelessness
1994-1995
Box: 86 Folder : 4 Articles re: Children's Social Policy and Budgets
1995
Box: 86 Folder : 5 Articles re: Children's Social Policy and Budgets
1995
Box: 86 Folder : 6 COFCCA Rally re: Budget Cuts
1995
Box: 86 Folder : 7 Divorce and Custody
1995
Box: 86 Folder : 8 NY Times clippings with Graham Windham ads
2008-2009
Volume: 216 Clippings
1975-1981
Volume: 217 Clippings
1981-1986
Volume: 218 Clippings
1981-1988
Box: OS 3 Articles re: NYS and Federal Programs
circa 1989-1994
Box: OS 3 Articles re: NYS and Federal Programs
circa 1994-1995

Subseries III.9 - Office of Development - Photographic Materials, circa 1978-2010, circa 1978-2010

Scope and Content

The subseries contains seventeen boxes of loose photographs, slides, negatives, contact sheets, and a mock-up of a brochure with photographs attached. It also contains 12 photograph albums.

Photographic prints are in a variety of formats, including professional photographs commissioned by Graham Windham, and snapshots taken by staff members. Some of the professional photographs in the 1990s were taken by Barbara Hansen. The bulk of the prints in the subseries depict events and activities at various Graham Windham sites. Loose photographic materials were arranged at Graham Windham very roughly by subject (sometimes alphabetically, sometimes not) and/or date. Many photographs from the 1980s are in boxes 87-93, although there are also photographs from that period in subsequent boxes. Most photographs from the 1990s are in boxes 91-103, and most photographs from the 2000s are in boxes 98 and 100. There are very few photographs from the 1970's. Photograph albums are arranged at the end of the subseries.

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 87 Folder : 1 Campus Buildings - prints
1978 and undated
Box: 87 Folder : 2 Campus (?) Unidentified People - prints
circa 1978-1985
Box: 87 Folder : 3 Campus Activities - swimming, basketball, racing - prints
circa 1980
Box: 87 Folder : 4 Campus International Day - prints, slides, negatives
1984-1985
Box: 87 Folder : 5 Hastings Student Project and Luncheon - prints, slides, negatives
1984
Box: 87 Folder : 6 Campus International Day - prints, slides, negatives
1985-1986
Box: 87 Folder : 7 Greenburgh-Graham Graduation - prints, negatives
1985-1986
Box: 87 Folder : 8 Campus Christmas "Christmas Past" - prints, negatives
1984-1987
Box: 87 Folder : 9 Christmas In-Kind Gifts - contact sheets, prints
1988 and undated
Box: 87 Folder : 10 Steel Band and Activities - prints, negatives
1984-2005 and undated
Box: 87 Folder : 11 Campus? - prints
circa 1985-1990
Box: 87 Folder : 12 Campus Kids - Adoption Project - prints, negatives
undated
Box: 87 Folder : 13 Campus Pool - print
undated
Box: 88 Folder : 1 Foster/Daycare Parents Recognition Dinners - prints, negatives
1983, 1984, circa 1988
Box: 88 Folder : 2 Manhattan Healath Center - prints, contact sheets, negatives
1984 and undated
Box: 88 Folder : 3 Neighborhood Family Services Health Fair - prints, negatives
1985
Box: 88 Folder : 4 Sweatshirt Painting Party - prints
1989
Box: 88 Folder : 5 Gala - Joan Ganz Cooney - prints, slides, negatives, contact Sheets, correspondence
1988
Box: 88 Folder : 6 Independence Day Fair - contact sheets 1987 [with unrelated prints 1983 and undated]
circa 1983-1987
Box: 88 Folder : 7 May Taylor Day - prints, negatives
1986
Box: 88 Folder : 8 Day Care Center - prints
undated
Box: 88 Folder : 9 Family Day Care - contact sheets, negatives
undated
Box: 88 Folder : 10 Family Services - prints, negatives
undated
Box: 88 Folder : 11 Foster Care Families - prints, negatives
circa 1981-1988
Box: 88 Folder : 12 Foster Care and Adoption - prints, slides, negatives
1981, 1983, 1988 and undated
Box: 88 Folder : 13 Events at Campus including May Taylor Day - prints, negatives
circa 1980-1985
Box: 89 Folder : 1 Staff and Board - prints, negatives, slides, contact sheets
1980-1984 and undated
Box: 89 Folder : 2 Hudson River Museum Exhibit Photos - prints, negatives, contact sheets
1987 and undated
Box: 89 Folder : 3 A Makeup Workshop on Campus - prints, negatives
1984
Box: 89 Folder : 4 Makeup Demonstration FOGW - prints
1985
Box: 89 Folder : 5 Graham School Miscellaneous - prints, negatives
1984, 1986 and undated
Box: 89 Folder : 6 Family Day Care - prints, negatives, contact sheets
circa 1970-1987
Box: 89 Folder : 7 Family Day Care Fire Safety Workshop - prints, negatives, slides
1984
Box: 89 Folder : 8 Mental Health Center - prints, contact sheets
1984
Box: 89 Folder : 9 Day Care Center - prints, negatives
1982
Box: 89 Folder : 10 Foster Care - Mrs. Lockhart and Family - prints, contact sheets
1987
Box: 89 Folder : 11 Slides
circa 1984
Box: 90 Folder : 1 Grow With Us - prints, negatives
1985
Box: 90 Folder : 2 Grow With Us - prints, negatives, slides
1985
Box: 90 Folder : 3 Grow With Us - prints, negatives
1985
Box: 90 Folder : 4 Grow With Us and Babies Prep- prints, correspondence
1985
Box: 90 Folder : 5 Kids Miscellaneous - prints, negatives, contact sheets
1979 and undated
Box: 90 Folder : 6 Volunteers - prints, negatives
undated
Box: 90 Folder : 7 Junior Committee - slides, prints, contact sheets
1984 and undated
Box: 90 Folder : 8 Doris Duke Fund/Clinic - prints, negatives
undated
Box: 90 Folder : 9 Junior League Halloween Party - prints
undated
Box: 90 Folder : 10 Junior League Cookie Exchange - prints
circa 2004
Box: 91 Folder : 1 Annual Meeting - prints, slides, negatives
1984-1985
Box: 91 Folder : 2 Annual Meeting - prints
1986-1987
Box: 91 Folder : 3 Corporate Run - contact sheets, negatives
1992
Box: 91 Folder : 4 MLK Jr. School Dedication with Al Roker - prints, negatives, contact sheets
1992
Box: 91 Folder : 5 52nd Street Project - prints, negatives
1992
Box: 91 Folder : 6 Japanese Exchange Student Tour - prints, negatives, contact sheets
1992
Box: 91 Folder : 7 Residential Treatment Center Community Luncheon - prints, negatives, contact sheets
1992
Box: 91 Folder : 8 Christmas Tree Lighting - Rockefeller Center - prints, negatives
1993
Box: 91 Folder : 9 Residential Treatment Center - Firemen and Christmas Presents - prints, negatives, contact sheets
1993
Box: 91 Folder : 10 Japanese Exchange Event - prints, contact sheets
1993
Box: 91 Folder : 11 Social Workers Luncheon - contact sheets, negatives
1993
Box: 91 Folder : 12 Santa/Hastings-on-Hudson Fire Dept. Visit to Campus - prints
1994
Box: 91 Folder : 13 Rwanda Relief! - prints
1994
Box: 91 Folder : 14 Christmas Party - prints, negatives
1995 and 1997
Box: 91 Folder : 15 Christmas Party and Other Parties - prints
1985-1987
Box: 91 Folder : 16 B. Smith Party - prints, negatives, contact sheets
1989
Box: 91 Folder : 17 B. Smith Party - prints, negatives, contact sheets
1990
Box: 91 Folder : 18 Harbor Bank Event - prints, contact sheets
1990
Box: 91 Folder : 19 JWP Christmas Party, David Dinkins and Melba Moore - prints, negatives
1990
Box: 91 Folder : 20 Event - Joyce Lapenn, President - contact sheet, negative
1991
Box: 91 Folder : 21 Ministers Breakfast including Calvin Butts - prints, contact sheets
1988-1989
Box: 91 Folder : 22 Congressman Jose Serrano Event - prints
undated
Box: 92 Folder : 1 Miscellaneous Photos - prints
circa 1985-1989
Box: 92 Folder : 2 Group Homes - negatives, 1 print
1980-1984
Box: 92 Folder : 3 Clarendon Group Home Dinner Speaker - print
undated
Box: 92 Folder : 4 Group Homes - prints, contact sheets
circa 1978-1987
Box: 92 Folder : 5 Snyder Group Home - Joyce Lapenn Visit
undated
Box: 92 Folder : 6 Group Homes Christmas Party - print
1988
Box: 92 Folder : 7 Group Homes Christmas Party - prints
1989
Box: 92 Folder : 8 Group Homes Channel 13 - prints
1989
Box: 92 Folder : 9 Group Homes Rockaway Garden - mounted prints
1989
Box: 92 Folder : 10 Group Homes- prints, contact sheets
1990
Box: 92 Folder : 11 Group Homes Children to San Juan - prints, contact sheets
1990
Box: 92 Folder : 12 Malcolm X Group Home - prints, negatives, contact sheets
1990
Box: 92 Folder : 13 Grow with Us - prints, contact sheet
1990
Box: 92 Folder : 14 Grow with Us - prints, negatives
1990
Box: 92 Folder : 15 Residential Treatment Center Zone 13 Performance 52nd St Project - prints, negatives, contact sheets
1990
Box: 92 Folder : 16 Group Homes Brooklyn Office - contact sheet
1991
Box: 92 Folder : 17 Group Homes Children at L.I.U. - prints, negatives, contact sheets
1991
Box: 92 Folder : 18 Neighborhood Family Service Center - print, contact sheet
1991
Box: 92 Folder : 19 Neighborhood Family Services Picnic - prints
1991
Box: 92 Folder : 20 Crown Heights Consortium Meeting - prints, negative
1992
Box: 92 Folder : 21 Grow with Us New York Cares Day - prints, negatives, contact sheets
1992
Box: 92 Folder : 22 Malcolm X Bulb-a-Thon - prints, negatives, contact sheet
1992
Box: 92 Folder : 23 Neighborhood Family Service Center - contact sheets
1992
Box: 92 Folder : 24 Parkside Group Home Girls - prints, negatives
1992
Box: 92 Folder : 25 Brooklyn Neighborhood Center - prints, contact sheet
1993
Box: 92 Folder : 26 Group Homes Volleyball Clinic - prints, negatives, contact sheets
1993
Box: 92 Folder : 27 Grow With Us - prints, contact sheets
1993
Box: 92 Folder : 28 Square Dance - prints, negatives, contact sheets
1993
Box: 92 Folder : 29 Harlem Day Care Center Opening - prints
1994
Box: 92 Folder : 30 Youth Council Meeting - contact sheet
1994
Box: 92 Folder : 31 Fall/Winter Newsletter Photos - prints
1989
Box: 92 Folder : 32 Spring Newsletter Photos - prints
1990
Box: 92 Folder : 33 Fall/Winter Newsletter Photos - prints
1990
Box: 92 Folder : 34 Spring/Summer Newsletter Photos - prints
1991
Box: 92 Folder : 35 Fall/Winter Newsletter Photos - prints
1991
Box: 92 Folder : 36 Spring/Summer Newsletter Photos - prints
1992
Box: 92 Folder : 37 Fall/Winter Newsletter Photos - prints, contact sheet
1992-1993
Box: 93 Folder : 1 Adoption Fair
1985-1991
Box: 93 Folder : 2 Brooklyn Day Care Children
undated
Box: 93 Folder : 3 Old Brooklyn Day Care
1986 and undated
Box: 93 Folder : 4 Brooklyn Day Care General
1989
Box: 93 Folder : 5 Brooklyn Day Care Christmas
1990
Box: 93 Folder : 6 Brooklyn Day Care/Dalton Children
1991
Box: 93 Folder : 7 CWLA Conference/Catherine Tracy
1986
Box: 93 Folder : 8 Family Day Care General
1989
Box: 93 Folder : 9 Finest Care Dedication
1989
Box: 93 Folder : 10 Finest Care Staff and Children
1989
Box: 93 Folder : 11 Finest Care Playground
1991
Box: 93 Folder : 12 Finest Care Children and Staff
1992
Box: 93 Folder : 13 Finest Care Graduation
circa 1993
Box: 93 Folder : 14 Finest Care Easter Egg Hunt
1993
Box: 93 Folder : 15 FOGW Music Project
undated
Box: 93 Folder : 16 W.F. FOGW Planting Day
1988
Box: 93 Folder : 17 Foster Boarding Home with Muppets
undated
Box: 93 Folder : 18 Foster Boarding Home Toys for Tots
1986
Box: 93 Folder : 19 Foster Boarding Home - NatWest Bears Xmas
1989
Box: 93 Folder : 20 Foster Boarding Home Christmas Party
1990
Box: 93 Folder : 21 Foster Boarding Home Christmas Party
1991
Box: 93 Folder : 22 Foster Boarding Home Christmas Party
1992
Box: 93 Folder : 23 Foster Boarding Home Opening Present
1992
Box: 93 Folder : 24 Foster Boarding Home Miscellaneous
1992
Box: 93 Folder : 25 Sweatshirt Party FOGW
1985
Box: 93 Folder : 26 Grow with Us
undated
Box: 93 Folder : 27 Residential Treatment Center Alumni Reunion (1960-1980)
1988
Box: 93 Folder : 28 Residential Treatment Center Chess Story
1989
Box: 93 Folder : 29 Residential Treatment Center Fall Planting
1989
Box: 93 Folder : 30 Residential Treatment Center Tree Lighting
1989
Box: 93 Folder : 31 Residential Treatment Center Wynton Marsalis Visits
1989
Box: 93 Folder : 32 Residential Treatment Center Alumni Day
1990
Box: 93 Folder : 33 Residential Treatment Center Tree Lighting
1990
Box: 93 Folder : 34 Residential Treatment Center Annual Tennis Awards
1990
Box: 93 Folder : 35 Residential Treatment Center Tennis Tournament
1990
Box: 93 Folder : 36 Denver Developmental Training
1993
Box: 93 Folder : 37 Miscellaneous Photos including Music Center Dedication
1997-1998 and undated
Box: 94 Folder : 1 Manhattan Mental Health Center Opening
1989
Box: 94 Folder : 2 Manhattan Mental Health Center Lipton's 10 Tons of Food
1990
Box: 94 Folder : 3 Welcome Home Thanksgiving and Christmas
1990
Box: 94 Folder : 4 First Lady of Burkina Faso Visit
1991
Box: 94 Folder : 5 St. John's Day Care Center
1991
Box: 94 Folder : 6 Manhattan Center General
1991
Box: 94 Folder : 7 Welcome Home
1991
Box: 94 Folder : 8 Welcome Home P.A.T. Open House
1991
Box: 94 Folder : 9 Fake TFBH Photos for Newsletter
1992
Box: 94 Folder : 10 FLB at Parkside
1992
Box: 94 Folder : 11 Lewis Children Lemonade Stand 33IP
1992
Box: 94 Folder : 12 PAT Graduation
1992
Box: 94 Folder : 13 Manhattan Center Softball Team
1993
Box: 94 Folder : 14 Manhattan Center Young Sisterhood Collective
1993
Box: 94 Folder : 15 Rockefeller Flower Show Project
1993
Box: 94 Folder : 16 Project Welcome Home Baskets
1993
Box: 94 Folder : 17 Campus Planting Day
1988
Box: 94 Folder : 18 May Taylor Day on Campus and other Campus Photos
1996
Box: 94 Folder : 19 Campus Luncheon
2001
Box: 94 Folder : 20 Campus, Joyce Lapenn, Poul Jensen, Charmaine Wong, Susan Gunn
undated
Box: 94 Folder : 21 Campus Barbecue
undated
Box: 94 Folder : 22 Campus (Greenburgh Graham School)
1995-1996
Box: 94 Folder : 23 Campus (Greenburgh Graham School)
1998
Box: 95 Folder : 1 Holiday Party FOGW
1987
Box: 95 Folder : 2 Staff Photos
1989-1991
Box: 95 Folder : 3 Staff Recognition Dinner
1989
Box: 95 Folder : 4 Staff Picnic
1990
Box: 95 Folder : 5 Staff Recognition Dinner
1990
Box: 95 Folder : 6 Dorothy Rumph (Staff)
1990
Box: 95 Folder : 7 Graduation - Pre-Service Training
1992
Box: 95 Folder : 8 Staff Picnic
1992
Box: 95 Folder : 9 Staff Recognition Lunch
1992
Box: 95 Folder : 10 Team Building Exercise
1992
Box: 95 Folder : 11 Annual Staff Meeting
1993
Box: 95 Folder : 12 Irving Place Staff
1993
Box: 95 Folder : 13 Irving Place Medical Clinic
1993
Box: 95 Folder : 14 Nurses Week
1993
Box: 95 Folder : 15 NY Friends Ornament Party
1988
Box: 95 Folder : 16 NY Friends Makeup Party
1989
Box: 95 Folder : 17 NY Friends Ornament Party
1989
Box: 95 Folder : 18 NY Friends Miscellaneous
1989
Box: 95 Folder : 19 NY Friends T-shirt Party
1989
Box: 95 Folder : 20 NY Friends Thanksgiving Turkey
1989
Box: 95 Folder : 21 NY Friends Makeup Party
1990
Box: 95 Folder : 22 NY Friends T-Shirt Party
1990
Box: 95 Folder : 23 Volunteers United Way Award
1989
Box: 95 Folder : 24 Westchester Friends Spring Planting
1989
Box: 95 Folder : 25 Volunteers - Toys
1990
Box: 95 Folder : 26 In-Service Graduation
1991
Box: 95 Folder : 27 Volunteer Training at Irving Place
1991
Box: 95 Folder : 28 Bronxville Friends Story Hour
1992
Box: 95 Folder : 29 Brooklyn Junior League Quilting Project
1992
Box: 95 Folder : 30 Group Homes Makeup Party
1992
Box: 95 Folder : 31 Volunteer Recognition Luncheon
1992
Box: 95 Folder : 32 Westchester/Fairfield Friends Arts Committee
1992
Box: 95 Folder : 33 Manhattan Center Tea for Bronxville Friends
1993
Box: 95 Folder : 34 Volunteer Recognition Luncheon
1993
Box: 95 Folder : 35 Westchester Friends
undated
Box: 96 Folder : 1 Spring Gala (Jim Henson)
1986
Box: 96 Folder : 2 Henson Journal
1986
Box: 96 Folder : 3 Gala
1986-1988
Box: 96 Folder : 4 Spring Gala (Diane Sawyer)
1988
Box: 96 Folder : 5 Arthur Ashe Benefit Journal
1987
Box: 96 Folder : 6 Residential Treatment Center Arthur Ashe Visit
1989
Box: 96 Folder : 7 Japanese Group at Gates Avenue
1989
Box: 96 Folder : 8 Spring Gala (Arthur Ashe, Winton Marsalis)
1989-1990
Box: 96 Folder : 9 Spring Gala (Oscar de la Renta)
1991
Box: 96 Folder : 10 Spring Gala (Maurice Sendak)
1992
Box: 96 Folder : 11 Spring Gala
1993
Box: 96 Folder : 12 Steel Band at Pan Am Building
undated
Box: 96 Folder : 13 Regina Darby Christmas Party
1987
Box: 96 Folder : 14 Minister's Breakfast
1989
Box: 96 Folder : 15 New York Friends Benefit
1989
Box: 96 Folder : 16 Manufacturers Hanover Run
1990
Box: 96 Folder : 17 Marsalis Family Concert
1990
Box: 96 Folder : 18 Minister's Breakfast
1990
Box: 96 Folder : 19 Residential Treatment Center Garden Club
1990
Box: 96 Folder : 20 Benefits Fair
1991
Box: 96 Folder : 21 Great Expectations
1991
Box: 96 Folder : 22 MHT Corporate Run
1991
Box: 96 Folder : 23 Minister's Breakfast
1991
Box: 96 Folder : 24 Residential Treatment Center Cottage Dedication
1991
Box: 96 Folder : 25 Residential Treatment Center Spring Planting Day
1991
Box: 97 Folder : 1 Board Members
1990
Box: 97 Folder : 2 President Joyce Lapenn
undated
Box: 97 Folder : 3 Poul Jensen and Joyce Lapenn
1997 and undated
Box: 97 Folder : 4 Holidays and Projects at ? including with Poul Jensen
undated
Box: 97 Folder : 5 Les Edwards
1997
Box: 97 Folder : 6 The Rev. Dr. Calvin O. Butts 3rd
undated
Box: 97 Folder : 7 Portrait of Isabella Graham by J.W. Jarvis - Original at Campus
undated
Box: 97 Folder : 8 Residential Treatment Center - contact sheet
circa 1989
Box: 97 Folder : 9 Residential Treatment Center - contact sheet
circa 1989
Box: 97 Folder : 10 1990s Activities Various Locations
1994-1997 and undated
Box: 97 Folder : 11 Contact Sheet and Photos - Activities - Various Locations
1990
Box: 97 Folder : 12 Baseball Park
1999
Box: 97 Folder : 13 The Beacon Center
circa 1990-1999
Box: 97 Folder : 14 Campus Various Activities
1990
Box: 97 Folder : 14 Activities at Campus
1994-1996
Box: 97 Folder : 15 Campus Buildings Renovated
circa 1990-1999
Box: 97 Folder : 16 Late 1990s Campus
circa 1995-1999
Box: 97 Folder : 17 Ground Breaking Residential Treatment Center
1990
Box: 97 Folder : 18 Volunteer Award Winners
circa 1990-1999
Box: 97 Folder : 19 Cottage Dedication Residential Treatment Center - contact sheet
1991
Box: 97 Folder : 20 Beacon Opening
1993
Box: 97 Folder : 21 Family Day Care
1993
Box: 97 Folder : 22 Harlem Child Care Center Opening
1993
Box: 97 Folder : 23 Three People in Front of Family Court
1994
Box: 97 Folder : 24 Rwanda Car Wash Benefit
1994
Box: 97 Folder : 25 Alumni and Staff at Campus
1996
Box: 97 Folder : 26 Annual Meeting
1997
Box: 97 Folder : 27 Foster Parent Recognition
1997
Box: 97 Folder : 28 Contact sheet location?
1997
Box: 97 Folder : 29 Christmas Celebration
undated
Box: 97 Folder : 30 Bronxville Friends, Family of New York with Matilda Cuomo
undated
Box: 98 Folder : 1 Ainslie Cottage Dedication
1994
Box: 98 Folder : 2 Alvin Ailey Dance School
1994
Box: 98 Folder : 3 Essence Magazine and Johnson and Johnson Fantasy Story Hour
1994
Box: 98 Folder : 4 Holiday Party at Campus
1994
Box: 98 Folder : 5 Julie Saker and Joel Dubenity - E. Hamilton Scholars on Campus
1994
Box: 98 Folder : 6 May Taylor Day at Campus
1994
Box: 98 Folder : 7 Harlem Day Care Center
1994
Box: 98 Folder : 8 1994-95 Annual Meeting
1994
Box: 98 Folder : 9 Consumers Union Volunteer Painting Odell Cottage
1995
Box: 98 Folder : 10 Children at Campus
1995
Box: 98 Folder : 11 Holiday Celebrations/Campus and Family Child Care
1995
Box: 98 Folder : 12 Post Legal Adoption Meeting
1995
Box: 98 Folder : 13 Harlem Child Care Center also Picture of Judith Jemison
1995-1996
Box: 98 Folder : 14 Foster Parents Recognition Day Contact Sheet
1996
Box: 98 Folder : 15 Harlem Child Care Center Contact Sheet Various Activities
1996
Box: 98 Folder : 16 Independent Living
1996
Box: 98 Folder : 17 Williamsburg Center Halloween
1996
Box: 98 Folder : 18 Bronxville Community Service
1997
Box: 98 Folder : 19 Harlem Child Care Center Graduation
1997
Box: 98 Folder : 20 Remington Boys and Girls Club
1997
Box: 98 Folder : 21 Volunteer Recognition Luncheon
1997
Box: 98 Folder : 22 Viacom Cleanup Harlem Day Care Center
1997
Box: 98 Folder : 23 U.S. Trust Company Contact Sheet - Tour by Children
1998
Box: 98 Folder : 24 Activities at Campus
1999-2000
Box: 98 Folder : 25 Campus Buildings - Basements
2000
Box: 98 Folder : 26 Westchester Volunteers
2000
Box: 98 Folder : 27 Various Activities Harlem Day Care Center
2001
Box: 98 Folder : 28 Harlem Child Care/Hewitt School Volunteers
2003
Box: 98 Folder : 29 Grow With Us - Hewitt School Volunteers
2003
Box: 98 Folder : 30 Campus Basketball Benefit
2003
Box: 98 Folder : 31 Graham School Trip on the Sloop Clearwater
2004
Box: 98 Folder : 32 Harlem Child Care - Ogilvy and Mather Volunteers
2000-2004
Box: 98 Folder : 33 Finest Day Care Center - Graduation?
2000-2004
Box: 99 Folder : 1 33 Irving Place Staff
1993
Box: 99 Folder : 2 Phyllis Barr, Archivist
1993
Box: 99 Folder : 3 Staff, Dr. Cynthia Boakye, Attending Pediatrician
1992 October
Box: 99 Folder : 4 Alexandra Bowie, Director, Quality Assurance
1993
Box: 99 Folder : 5 Staff, Dr. Jennie Brown, Director Residential Treatment Center
1991
Box: 99 Folder : 6 Paul Dunn, Director, Family Community Support Division
1991
Box: 99 Folder : 7 Staff, Fatima Goldman, Director, Early Childhood Education
1991
Box: 99 Folder : 8 Finest Staff, Monika Graff
undated
Box: 99 Folder : 9 William Hamer III, V.P., Community Program Services
1991
Box: 99 Folder : 10 Staff, Sylvia Isabel, Adoption Recruitment Coordinator
1991
Box: 99 Folder : 11 Staff Gloria Jones-Grant, Director of Manhattan Mental Health Center
1990 May
Box: 99 Folder : 12 Staff, Joyce Lapenn, President
1988
Box: 99 Folder : 13 Staff, Joyce Lapenn, President, and Fatima Goldman, Dir. of Early Childhood Education
1990 May
Box: 99 Folder : 14 Joyce Lapenn, Executive Director, President
1991
Box: 99 Folder : 15 Carmine Magazino
1986
Box: 99 Folder : 16 Staff, Dr. Evelyn Opoku, Director Health Services
1991 December
Box: 99 Folder : 17 Staff, Barbara G. Patterson, Director of Nursing
1992 October
Box: 99 Folder : 18 Staff, Richard Primason, Director of Therapeutic Services
1992 September
Box: 99 Folder : 19 Staff, Albert J. Rodriguez, Director Residential Treatment Center
1993
Box: 99 Folder : 20 Anita Sorensen, Director FBH and Adoption Div.
1991
Box: 99 Folder : 21 Family Day Care - MAPP Training Session
1992
Box: 99 Folder : 22 Halloween Party, Staff
1991
Box: 99 Folder : 23 Foster Boarding Homes
1995
Box: 99 Folder : 24 Volunteers and Misc.
1998
Box: 99 Folder : 25 Gala
1998
Box: 100 Folder : 1 Gala
1998
Box: 100 Folder : 2 Gala
1998 and 2001
Box: 100 Folder : 3 Gala
2000
Box: 100 Folder : 4 Gala
2001
Box: 100 Folder : 5 Gala
circa 2001-2002
Box: 100 Folder : 6 Gala
2004
Box: 100 Folder : 7 Board members incl. Michael Golden, Staff Member Frank Spain, CFO Chair Georgia Wall, and author Tom Wolfe
circa 2000-2005
Box: 100 Folder : 8 Chelsea Piers Gala incl. Michael Golden, Georgia Wall, and Tom Wolfe
circa 2000-2005
Box: 100 Folder : 9 Gala with photos of Chair Michael Golden and author Tom Wolfe
circa 2000-2005
Box: 100 Folder : 10 Gala with French Ambassador Jean-David Levitte
2007
Box: 101 Folder : 1 Mockup for Greenburgh-Graham Brochure
circa 1984
Box: 101 Folder : 2 Five Year Report Photographs
circa 1984-1986
Box: 101 Folder : 3 Pictures of Children/Annual Report
circa 1978-1989
Box: 101 Folder : 4 Annual Report Photos
1989
Box: 101 Folder : 5 Annual Meeting
1990
Box: 101 Folder : 6 Annual Report Photos incl. Ted Koppel
1990
Box: 101 Folder : 7 Suzanne Bales and Michael Ainslie at Gala
1990
Box: 101 Folder : 8 Annual Report Photos
1991
Box: 101 Folder : 9 Sandra Trim DaCosta, Board Member
1991
Box: 101 Folder : 10 Johnson and Higgins Donation
1991
Box: 101 Folder : 11 Banco de Popular Donation
1991
Box: 101 Folder : 12 Annual Meeting
1992
Box: 101 Folder : 13 Michael Ainslie and Joyce Lapenn on Campus School
1992
Box: 101 Folder : 14 Bruce Fowle, Board Member
1992
Box: 101 Folder : 15 Marian Taylor, Board Member
1992
Box: 101 Folder : 16 Photos of Donors, Chase, Food Co-Op
1992
Box: 101 Folder : 17 Michael Golden, Board Member
undated
Box: 101 Folder : 18 Horace Hord, Board Member
undated
Box: 101 Folder : 19 Barbara Willis Hearst
undated
Box: 101 Folder : 20 Diane D. Schlinkert, Board Member
undated
Box: 101 Folder : 21 Charlotte Ottley, Board Member
undated
Box: 101 Folder : 22 Suzanne Bales, Board Member
undated
Box: 102 Folder : 1 Solomon House
circa 1983-1985
Box: 102 Folder : 2 Negatives - Unidentified Sites - Holiday Times
undated and 1985
Box: 102 Folder : 3 1980s? Art Show
undated
Box: 102 Folder : 4 Crafts Workshop - Brooklyn Junior League for Family Day Care in Brooklyn
1996
Box: 102 Folder : 5 Campus Harvest Time
circa 1994
Box: 102 Folder : 6 Davidson Avenue Dedication
1998
Box: 102 Folder : 7 Holiday Staff Party
2003
Box: 102 Folder : 8 Bronxville Friends Holiday in Harlem Center
2004-2005
Box: 102 Folder : 9 Miscellaneous including Basketball Clinic
circa 1990-2010
Box: 102 Folder : 10 Holiday Party
undated
Box: 102 Folder : 11 GW Young Professionals at Beacon Center
undated
Box: 102 Folder : 12 Halloween at ?
undated
Box: 102 Folder : 13 Countee Cullen Literary Academy ??
undated
Box: 102 Folder : 14 Campus?
1999 and undated
Box: 102 Folder : 15 Children's Art Classes
undated
Box: 102 Folder : 16 Drawing of Mother and Child?
undated
Box: 103 Folder : 1 Unidentified Various Sites
undated
Box: 103 Folder : 2 Miscellaneous Photographs to be Identified
undated
Box: 104 Visit to Puerto Rico - 2 Photograph Albums
1992
Box: 105 Visit to Puerto Rico 1992 (1 Photograph Album) and Staff Party 1994 (3 Photograph Albums)
1992-1994
Box: 106 Photograph Album: [Staff Party 1994] and Photograph Album: Staff Party 2001
circa 1994-2001
Volume: 219 Photograph Binder
1994
Volume: 220 Photograph Binder
1994-1995
Volume: 221 Photograph Binder
1995
Volume: 222 Photograph Binder
1995-1997

Subseries III.10 - Artifacts, 1986-2002, 1986-2002

Scope and Content

The subseries consists of a mounted letter from Ronald Reagan, 1 proclamation (formerly framed, now removed from its frame for conservation purposes), 1 accreditation notice mounted as a plaque, and 1 award plaque.

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: OS 1 Folder : 5 Mounted Letter from Ronald Reagan
1986 March 13
Box: OS 1 Folder : 5 Resolucion del Alcalde, Ciudad de Ponce, Ponce Puerto Rico
1992 April 16
Box: OS 3 Middle States Accreditation, mounted on wood
1992 April 15
Box: OS 3 Children's Champion Award Plaque
2002

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Series IV - The Society for the Relief of Poor Widows with Children circa 1804-1881; the New York Methodist Sunday School Society 1835-1837; and the Tuberculosis Preventorium for Children 1910-1949, circa 1804-1949

Scope and Content

The series consists of three pages of original minutes from a February 11 1804 meeting of a subcommittee of the Society for the Relief of Poor Widows with Small Children (SRPW), with an additional document from April 1881 glued to it. The SRPW was Isabella Graham's earlier organization, out of which the Orphan Asylum Society (OAS) was founded in 1806 as a separate organization. The 1804 document refers to the decision of some SRPW volunteers to educate the children of the poor widows. The document was later framed in cardboard by an unknown person at the OAS, who presumably also wrote and attached the 1881 document as an introduction to the 1804 document. The deteriorating cardboard was removed at the New-York Historical Society in order to conserve the document. The New-York Historical Society also has among its collections eight volumes of board minutes (1797-1932) from the SRPW. The 3-page document in this series is not duplicated in the SRPW board minutes volumes.

The series also contains one volume of minutes of The New York Methodist Sunday School Society of the West Circuit from May 28, 1835 (the date of its founding) to October 25, 1837. The second half of the handwritten volume is a ledger recording receipts and cash expenses for a household, farm, and garden, created by an unknown person 1844-1851, and a detailed record of varieties of tulips and other flowers planted 1854-1855. It appears that the minutes book was repurposed as a ledger. The relationship of the creator of the first half of the volume to the creator of the second half of the volume is unknown. The reason this volume is in the Graham Windham collection is also unknown.

The series also contains one small box containing reports and correspondence from the Tuberculosis Preventorium for Children 1910-1921, and an annual report from that organization from 1949. The annual report also provides a summary of the organization from its founding in 1909 through 1948. The Tuberculosis Preventorium, located in Farmingdale New Jersey, merged into Windham Child Care in 1949.

These three group of records are arranged in chronological order.

Subject Organizations

  • New York Methodist Sunday School Society.
Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 107 Folder : 1 Society for the Relief of Poor Widows with Small Children Minutes and Additional Document
1804 February 11 and 1881 April
Volume: 223 Minutes of the New York Methodist Sunday School Society of the West Circuit and Ledger by Unknown Creator
1835-1855
Box: 107 Folder : 2 Tuberculosis Preventorium Correspondence and Reports
1910-1914
Box: 107 Folder : 3 Tuberculosis Preventorium Correspondence
1914-1915
Box: 107 Folder : 4 Tuberculosis Preventorium Correspondence
1915-1916
Box: 107 Folder : 5 Tuberculosis Preventorium Correspondence and Reports
1917-1921
Box: 107 Folder : 6 Tuberculosis Preventorium Annual Report
1949

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