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1894, New York Con. Conv., Conv. Manual
The convention manual of procedure, forms and rules for the regulation of business in the sixth New York State Constitutional Convention, 1894;
Including act creating the convention and amendment, proposed constitution of 1867-8, county statistics, political districts and maps, state arms and seal,
sketches of principal state officers and delegates, administrative departments, and compilations of United States and state constitutions,
statistics, etc.: comp. by George A. Glynn and W. H. Steele, Vols. 1-2, in ten parts, Albany, The Argus Co., 1894. (This extraordinarily thorough compilation of
background materials prepared for the use of the convention delegates is organized as presented below. Note that LLMC is not aware that a Vol. 2, Pt.
1 was ever issued, but that it would be very appreciative if it is found and could be loaned for scanning purposes.) Vol. 1, Pt. 1, Secretary’s
Manual Pt. 2, Delegates Manual and Introduction Pt. 3, Calendar & Delegate’s Diary Vol1 2: Pt.2, Constitutions of NY & 17 other States Pt. 3,
Constitutions for 14 foreign countries Pt. 4, General statistics of the State of NY Pt. 5, Railroad companies doing business in NY Pt. 6, Annotated
constitution of the State of NY Pt. 7, The governments of cities in NY
Title:   The convention manual for the sixth New York state Constitutional convention.
OCLC Number:   680520451
Available Volumes
NameFiche CountOnlinePaper Backup
Volume 1, Pt. 1, Secretary's ManualYesNo
Volume 1, Pt. 2, Delegates Manual & IntroductionYesNo
Volume 1, Pt. 3, Calendar & Delegate's DiaryYesNo
Volume 2, Pt. 2, Constitutions of NY & 17 other StatesYesNo
Volume 2, Pt. 3, Constitutions for 14 foreign countriesYesNo
Volume 2, Pt. 4, General statistics of the State of NYYesNo
Volume 2, Pt. 5, Railroad companies doing business in NYYesNo
Volume 2, Pt. 6, Annotated constitution of the State of NYYesNo
Volume 2, Pt. 7, The governments of cities in NYYesNo