A Guide to the Assemblywomen Elizabeth A. Connelly Papers, 1974-2002


Archives & Special Collections
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Finding Aid by Catherine N. Carson, Mary Hedge & Jeffrey Kroessler


Overview of the Collection

Collection No. : PM-2
Title: Elizabeth A. Connelly Papers
Creator: Elizabeth A. Connelly
Dates: 1974-2002
Extent: 36 Linear Feet
Abstract: Assemblywoman Elizabeth A. Connelly was elected to the New York State Assembly in 1973 as the first woman from Staten Island elected to public office. Connelly was appointed Chairwoman of the Committee on Mental Health, Mental Retardation/Developmental Disabilities and Alcoholism and Substance Abuse in 1977, becoming the first woman Democrat ever to chair a standing Assembly Committee. Connelly was also interested in environmental issues and her activities in closing the Fresh Kills Landfill and in protecting the Staten Island environment. Connelly was appointed to chair the Committee on Standing Committees in 1993 and was appointed Speaker Pro Tempore in 1995, the highest leadership position ever held by a woman in the New York State Assembly. Connelly retired in 2000 as the longest serving woman in the history of the New York State Legislature. The collection contains correspondence, newsletters, reports, press releases, news clippings, public hearing testimony, photographs and awards.

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

The Assemblywoman Elizabeth A. Connelly Papers, Archives & Special Collections, Department of the Library, College of Staten Island, CUNY, Staten Island, New York.

Acquisition

Assemblywoman Elizabeth A. Connelly donated her papers to the College of Staten Island in 2000. Additional donations were received in 2003 and 2004. Connelly also left several files on the Willowbrook State School (1975-1993) with SIDDSO that were brought to the College of Staten Island in 2003.

Additional materials are expected for this collection.

Processing Information

Collection processed by Catherine N. Carson, Mary Hedge, Jennifer Crebs, Cortney Riley and Michael Tavani.

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Restrictions

Access

Access to this record group is unrestricted except that some items of correspondence remain closed to researchers.

Copyright Notice

The researcher assumes full responsibility for compliance with laws of copyright. Requests for permission to publish material from this collection should be discussed with the Coordinator of Archives & Special Collections.

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Biographical Sketch

Elizabeth A. Connelly was born Elizabeth Keresey on June 19, 1928 to John Walter and Alice Marie (Mallon) Keresey in Brooklyn, NY. Her parents' marriage dissolved early, and she and her mother moved in with Connelly's maternal grandparents. Connelly was raised in the Bronx and educated in the public school system. After finishing high school Connelly began work at Pan American World Airways in 1946, ultimately working for the company for eight years. While there, she met Robert V. Connelly in 1948. They were married on September 6, 1952 and moved to Staten Island to raise a family in 1954. By 1966, the couple had four children: Alice, Robert Jr., Margaret and Therese.

Connelly was active in local schools and community activities, including volunteer work at the Staten Island Hospital and local Democratic politics and campaign work. She also continued to raise her family, and in 1973 her children were 8, 15, 17 and 19. She joined the North Shore Democratic Club in 1966 and was also elected to the Democratic County Committee, where she also served as a zone leader from 1972-1974. In 1973, she made her first run for public office for the Assembly seat being vacated by Edward J. Amann, who had been appointed to the Court of Claims. Connelly was nominated by both the Democratic County Committee and the Conservative Party. During her campaign, she spoke out against Republican leadership and spending and stated that her primary concerns were LNG tanks, the hospital bed shortage, sewers and the Willowbrook State School. Upon winning the election, Connelly became Staten Island's first female elected official.

Connelly's first committee assignments were Health, Education and Transportation. In 1975, she was assigned to the Committee on Mental Health, Mental Retardation, Developmental Disabilities, Alcoholism and Substance Abuse. When she was named chair in 1977 she became the first woman Democrat to chair an Assembly standing committee. She remained chair from 1977-1992, although Alcohol and Substance Abuse became its own standing committee in 1986. Other committees on which she served include: Education (1974-1976), Transportation (1974-1993), Environmental Conservation (1979-1986), Health (1974-2000), Rules (1981-2000), Veterans (1985-2000), Corrections (1987-2000), House Operations (1980-c 1990) and Ways and Means (1993-2000). In addition, Connelly chaired the Subcommittee for Drunk Driving and the Assembly Intern Committee. She also served on the Assembly Subcommittees for Women Veterans and for Urban Health Care. She served on many tasks forces including the New York State Task Force on the Implementation of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, the New York State AD HOC Task Force on AIDS, the New York State Task Force on Teenage Suicide Prevention, Governor Cuomo's Interagency Task Force on Troubled and Needy Children and the Assembly Task Forces on the Homeless and on New Americans. Connelly also ran successfully for Delegate to the Democratic National Conventions in 1976, 1980, 1988 and 1996.

In the 1990's, Connelly held several leadership positions in the state government. In 1993, the Legislature elected her to chair the New York State Legislative Women's Caucus and Speaker Saul Weprin appointed her to chair the Committee on Committees. Speaker Sheldon Silver appointed her to be Speaker Pro Tempore in 1995, the highest-ranking leadership position ever held by a woman in the history of the New York State Assembly. When Connelly retired in 2000, she was the longest serving woman in the history of the New York State Legislature.

Connelly was called the "guardian angel of the mentally disabled in New York State" by Dr. Kenneth Popler, Executive Director of the Staten Island Mental Health Society. She was instrumental in securing funds for mental health programs and in creating the Commission on Quality of Care for the Mentally Disabled. Connelly was also involved in issues related to Willowbrook State School, and pushed for improvements after she made an unannounced tour of the school in January, 1974. Connelly fought against negative stereotypes of the mentally ill and developmentally disabled. She worked to extend the MTA's Half Fare program to include the mentally ill, to create a wheelchair "lemon law" and to limit extensive travel time for handicapped students. She was interested in issues relating to special education, deinstitutionalization, group homes and the treatment of the mentally disabled in courts, prison systems and death penalty laws. She was instrumental in passing laws requiring insurance coverage for formulas needed by persons with metabolic disorders such as Phenylketonuria (PKU), which if untreated, causes mental retardation. She was also a strong proponent of involuntary outpatient commitment and was the prime sponsor of legislation creating the pilot program at Bellevue Hospital. Her personal commitment and leadership of the Committee on Mental Health helped redefine how the mentally ill and developmentally disabled are treated in New York and throughout the United States.

Connelly was also a strong supporter of environmental causes. She successfully sued the City of New York over Fresh Kills Landfill in 1978. As a result of her lawsuits, the city was required to maintain stricter control over the landfill and to meet certain conditions regarding its operation. In 1996, Connelly co-sponsored legislation to close the landfill by 2002. Connelly was involved in many environmental concerns including the Greenbelt, Sandy Ground, Graniteville Quarry, Mount Loretto, parks, wetlands, air quality, the mechanical dredging of shellfish, aircraft noise pollution, LNG tanks and ship pilot's issues. She also worked tirelessly against dredging and the deposit of dredged materials in waters around New York Harbor and Raritan Bay.

Connelly is also well known for her commitment to Staten Island and to issues related to health, veterans, education, compulsive gambling, alcoholism and substance abuse. She also fought for the people and neighborhoods in her North Shore district, which included the poorer areas of Staten Island. She was involved in efforts to re-open the abandoned North Shore railroad and she fought to keep shipping container companies and to preserve jobs, an Army National Guard Unit and the Naval Homeport. She also supported Staten Island's secession movement and was the Vice-Chairman of the Staten Island Charter Commission.

Connelly was involved in local groups and issues throughout her career. She served on numerous boards and was a member of many committees, societies, councils and other community organizations. She was also one of the two first women named to the Board of Trustees of The Staten Island Hospital during her first year in office, and was later the first woman chair. She received 376 awards and citations during 1974-2002, and was named a Staten Island Advance Woman of Achievement in 1985. There are also several facilities on Staten Island that were named in her honor, including the Elizabeth A. Connelly Resource Center and the Elizabeth A. Connelly Comprehensive Psychiatric Emergency Center of St. Vincent's North Richmond Community Mental Health Center. She was committed to her family throughout her career, and by 2003, her three daughters had married and she had six grandchildren. She remains active during her retirement, and served as the Honorary Staten Island Chairperson for Hillary Clinton's U.S. Senate campaign in 2000.

Chronology

June 19, 1928 Born Elizabeth Keresey to John Walter and Alice Marie (Mallon) Keresey in Brooklyn.
1946 Began work at Pan American Airlines. She worked for the company for eight years in both traffic and sales.
Sept. 6, 1948 Married Robert V. Connelly. She had met Connelly, a native Staten Islander, at Pan American Airlines in 1948.
1954 Moved to Graniteville with her husband.
1961 Began volunteering at Staten Island Hospital; named Volunteer of the Year in 1972 and 1973.
1966 Joined the North Shore Democratic Club, and later became secretary.
1972 Elected Democratic Party district leader.
1973 Appointed to the New York City Diamond Jubilee committee.
Nov. 1973 In her first try for elective office, Mrs. Connelly was endorsed by the Democratic and Conservative parties and defeated Republican John K. Winter for the Assembly seat long-held by Republican Edward Amann. She became the first woman elected to public office on Staten Island.

Elizabeth A. Connelly Dem.
Cons.
Total
13,365
3,325
16,690
John K. Winter Rep. 11,260
Total Turnout 27,950
Dec. 8, 1973 Sworn in by Judge Vito Titone as a member of the State Assembly.
Jan. 1974 Made her first inspection tour of Willowbrook State School.
June 1974 Named to the Board of Trustees of Staten Island Hospital.
Sept. 1974 Defeated Mark Herman in the Democratic primary, 5,475 to 1,222.
Nov. 1974 Reelected for her first full term in the Assembly (61st Assembly District).

Elizabeth A. Connelly Dem. 18,289
Anthony I. Giacobbe Rep. 11,415
George Boelger Con. 3,041
Joseph Sully Lib. 621
Total Turnout 33,366
Jan. 1975 Named to the Assembly Committee on Mental Health, Mental Retardation, Developmental Disabilities, Alcoholism and Substance Abuse.
March 1975 Appointed by Mayor Beame to the new Commission on the Status of Women.
June 1975 Appointed to a special task force by Assembly Speaker Stanley Steingut to oversee the reorganization of the Department of Mental Hygiene.
June 17, 1975 Her first bill was signed into law: A3295A, making it illegal to pass a stopped school bus on Staten Island (Chapter 254).
Aug 1975 Appointed by Governor Carey to a special task force on the storage and transportation of liquefied natural gas.
July 1976 Served as a delegate to the Democratic National Convention held in Madison Square Garden.
Nov. 1976 Reelected to the Assembly (61st Assembly District).

Elizabeth A. Connelly Dem. 22,159
Robert Minogue Rep.
Con.
Total
15,059
4,247
19,306
Richard L. Prideaux Lib. 1,093
Total Turnout 42,558
Jan. 1977 Appointed Chair of the Committee on Mental Health, Mental Retardation, Developmental Disabilities, Alcoholism and Substance Abuse, becoming the first woman Democrat to chair a standing committee in the legislature. Under her leadership, a bill calling for the reorganization of the Department of Mental Hygiene's rules was enacted (Chapter 978).
Dec. 1977 Relocated her district office to a building in the Willowbrook Developmental Center.
Sept. 1978 Filed suit in State Supreme Court to close the Fresh Kills Landfill.
Nov. 1978 Re-elected to the Assembly (61st Assembly District).

Elizabeth A. Connelly Dem. 18,781
Robert Helbock Rep.
Con.
Total


11,036
Total Turnout 29,817
Jan. 1979 Appointed to the Environmental Conservation Committee, serving through 1986.
July 11, 1979 Legislation addressing the special needs of women alcoholics was signed into law (Chapter 659), providing funding for the creation of Amethyst House.
July 1980 Served as a delegate to the Democratic National Convention.
Nov. 1980 Re-elected to the Assembly (61st Assembly District).

Elizabeth A. Connelly Dem. 18,987
Joseph F. Giacalone Rep.
Con.
Total
13,047
3,087
16,134
Alfred J. Thompson RTL 2,178
Mary Desiato Lib. 775
Total Turnout 42,746

This is the highest turnout of any of Mrs. Connelly's races.
Jan. 1981 Named to the Assembly Rules Committee, serving until her retirement.
Oct. 1981 The Elizabeth A. Connelly Resource Center dedicated at Willowbrook.
1982 Sponsored the bill that raised the drinking age from 18 to 19 in the state
Nov. 1982 Re-elected to the Assembly (58th Assembly District).

Elizabeth A. Connelly Dem. 17,107
Richard Thomas Rep.
RTL
Total
6,507
1,004
7,511
Richard F. Birmingham Con. 1,545
Walter H. Pearsons Lib. 386
Total Turnout 26,549
Nov. 1984 Re-elected to the Assembly (58th Assembly District).

Elizabeth A. Connelly Dem. 22,715
Karina Constantino Rep.
Con.
RTL
Total
13,407
1,825
1,102
16,334
Total Turnout 39,049
Jan. 1985 Appointed to the Veterans Committee, serving until her retirement.
Oct. 1985 The Staten Island Advance named Elizabeth Connelly an Advance Woman of Achievement.
Nov. 1986 Re-elected to the Assembly (58th Assembly District).

Elizabeth A. Connelly Dem. 14,549
Karina Constantino Rep.
Con.
RTL
Total
6,022
1,276
852
8,150
Walter H. Pearsons Lib. 336
Total Turnout 23,035
Jan. 1987 Appointed to the Corrections Committee, serving until her retirement.
1987 Named "Humanitarian of the Year" by Staten Island Center for Independent Living.
July 1988 Served as a delegate to the Democratic National Convention
Nov. 1988 Re-elected to the Assembly (58th Assembly District).

Elizabeth A. Connelly Dem. 22,745
Robert E. Mahoney Rep.
Con.
Total
9,872
2,056
11,928
James P. McCoy RTL 699
Total Turnout 35,372
Dec. 1989 Sponsored bill that allowed for the referendum on Staten Island Secession and the creation of a Charter Commission.
Nov. 1990 Reelected to the Assembly (58th Assembly District).

Elizabeth A. Connelly Dem. 22,745
Thomas R. Quinlan III Rep.
Con.
Total
4,956
1,979
6,935
Michael V. Vacca, Jr. RTL 1,099
Total Turnout 23,273
Jan. 18, 1991 Amethyst House, a residence for women with alcoholism, was formally dedicated on the grounds of Bayley Seton Hospital. The facility had accepted its first residents in June 1990, and reached its capacity of 20 clients by October 1990. Mrs. Connelly had long supported this effort and had brought attention to the lack of facilities for women with alcoholism.
Nov. 1992 Re-elected to the Assembly (59th Assembly District).

Elizabeth A. Connelly Dem. 24,739
Louis D. Fraser Rep.
Con.
Total
8,345
1,502
9,847
Donald Reese RTL 1,420
Total Turnout 36,006
1993 Appointed by Speaker Weprin to chair the Committee on Committees. This is her first leadership appointment.
Named to the Ways and Means Committee, serving until her retirement.
Elected by the Legislature to chair the New York State Legislative Women's Caucus.
Sponsored bill that required certain health insurance policies to cover the cost of formulas necessary for the treatment of phenylketonuria (PKU) and related disorders.
Sponsored the "Wheelchair Lemon Law" that gave consumers similar rights and protection with regard to defective wheelchairs as already existed for defective automobiles.
Feb. 28, 1994 The Staten Island Charter Commission delivered its findings, concluding that "it is possible to provide current services for a city the size of Staten island with the current level of revenues" and proposing legislation "enabling the borough of Staten Island to disengage and separate from the City of New York." Senator Marchi and Assemblywoman Connelly introduced the legislation to create the City of Staten Island, but the bill died on March 4 when Sheldon Silver, Speaker of the Assembly, declared that he would not bring the Charter for the City of Staten Island to the floor without a "home rule" message from the City. On June 14 Mrs. Connelly and the other Staten Island legislators, Robert Straniere and Eric Vitaliano, sued the Speaker to overrule his decision.
Nov. 1994 Re-elected to the Assembly (59th Assembly District).

Elizabeth A. Connelly Dem. 18,073
Leo V. Duval Rep. 6,784
John F. Matusewicz Con. 1,379
David Goldfarb Lib. 935
Tadeusz Stola RTL 576
Total Turnout 27,747
1995 Appointed Speaker Pro Tempore, the highest rank ever attained by a woman in the state legislature.
Feb. 27, 1996 Cardinal O'Connor presented Mrs. Connelly with an award from the New York State Catholic Conference.
May 1996 Co-sponsored legislation to force the closing of the Fresh Kills landfill by 2002.
May 10, 1996 Received an honorary Doctor of Laws from Wagner College.
June 1996 Sponsored bill to create a fiduciary fund for the New York State Women Veterans Memorial.
Aug. 1996 Served as a delegate to the Democratic National Convention.
Nov. 1996 Re-elected to the Assembly (59th Assembly District).

Elizabeth A. Connelly Dem. 20,807
Stephen J. Fiala Rep.
Con.
Fre.
Total
6,767
1,418
209
8,394
Caroline A. Cutroneo Ind. 603
Total Turnout 29,804
1997 Sponsored bill that extended the MTA half-fare program to include the mentally ill.
Sponsored bill that created an involuntary commitment pilot program at Bellevue Hospital for the mentally ill. This program was a predecessor to Kendra's Law.
Nov. 1998 Reelected to the Assembly (59th Assembly District).

Elizabeth A. Connelly Dem. 18,025
Michael J. Attisano Rep
Con.
Total
5,032
1,355
6,387
Maureen P. Donohue Lib. 383
William Bryk RTL 430
Total Turnout 25,225
April 13, 2000 Announced she would not seek reelection to the Assembly. She was the longest serving woman in the history of the state legislature at her retirement.
June 2000 Named the honorary campaign chair of Hillary Clinton's U.S. Senate campaign on Staten Island.
Oct. 2000 Donated her public papers to the Archives and Special Collections, College of Staten Island.
2001 The Elizabeth A. Connelly Seaview Traumatic Brain Injured Rehabilitation Gym was dedicated.
Received special awards and recognition from the Staten Island Branch of the NAACP; the National Council of Negro Women; the Staten Island African/American Political Association; the Staten Island Inter-Agency Council; the Substance Abuse Association of Staten Island; the Foundation of Advocacy for Mental Health and the Mental Health Association of New York; the Staten island Tough Love Organization for her support of PINS reform legislation; the first annual Marie J. Goepel Award from the March of Dimes; the Sailor's Snug Harbor Little League; the New York City Council; and the Comptroller of the City of New York.
2002 The Elizabeth A. Connelly Pavilion was dedicated at the Meals on Wheels headquarters in Port Richmond, and the Elizabeth A. Connelly Way street sign was dedicated at the West Shore Little League.
Received awards from Senator John Marchi; the Business and Professional Women's Organization of Staten Island; the Staten Island Center of Independent Living; the Multiple Sclerosis Center of Staten Island; Blessed Sacrament Holy Name Society; the West Brighton Tenants Organization; and was named the United Hospital Fund's "Trustee of the Year."
May 29, 2002 Received an Honorary Doctor of Laws Degree from the College of Staten Island.

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Scope & Content Note

The Assemblywoman Elizabeth A. Connelly Papers contain correspondence, news clippings, newsletters, reports, press releases, statements, bills, legislative resolutions, photographs, videos, biographical materials and memorabilia. The majority of the records originate from Connelly's Albany office with the exception of press clippings located in the News Clippings subseries of the Media Files series that were collected by the Connelly's District Office on Staten Island (Box 75). Although collection materials cover Connelly's entire Assembly career, there is more material available from the last decade of her career than earlier decades. There are also several files on the Willowbrook State School (1975-1993) that Connelly left with SIDDSO that were brought to the College of Staten Island in 2003.

The focus of the collection is New York State legislation. The Subject Files comprise about two thirds of the collection (approximately 24 linear feet). This series contains the general subject files and is arranged alphabetically by subject. Most files deal with specific legislative initiatives but also include subjects of interest to Connelly and/or on which she received correspondence. The general subject files contain mainly correspondence, statements, newsclipings, press releases and bills but also include such records as pamphlets, programs and reports. The Legislative Files comprise approximately 3.5 linear feet and cover 1975-2000. There is a comprehensive list of all Connelly's prime sponsored legislation with additional information on the bills and resulting laws, vetoes or recalls by the governor (Box 65, Folder 1). The comprehensive list covers 1975-2000, while the rest of the files cover 1989-2000. The series contains files arranged by committee or topic (1999-2000), files arranged chronologically and then by bill number (1990-2000), files on secession (1989-90, 1998) and general chronological files (1995-2000). The Legislative Files also contain Connelly's Assembly Floor Voting Records for the 1991, 1993-2000 Regular Sessions. The Subject Files and the Legislative Files are particularly strong in issues related to Connelly's committee assignments and in issues related to education, mental health, health, drunk driving, compulsive gambling, alcohol and substance abuse, cemeteries, secession and environmental issues such as Fresh Kills Landfill, Graniteville Quarry, ship pilots and the dredging of New York Harbor.

Campaign information contained in the Campaign series covers only the 1994, 1996 and 1998 re-election campaigns. There are a few items of ephemera from the 1980's and the 1992 campaigns, but no campaign files. There is one folder containing speeches, 1979-1998, in the Speeches subseries of the Media Files series. The collection of photographs (Box 82) in the Photographs series comprises one small box and includes photographs from Connelly’s Assembly career.

The Connelly papers contain a large amount of correspondence. Most correspondence is in the Subject Files but there is approximately 1 linear foot in the Constituent Correspondence series covering 1999-2000, arranged chronologically. Additionally, there is correspondence on specific bills and budget issues in the Legislative Files series.

Most media related records including press releases, statements, newsletters and newsclippings are found throughout the collection. However, within the Media Files series there is one box of press releases, 1982-2000 and one folder of statements, 1979, 1989-2000. There is a separate box of newsletters, 1974-2000, which contains an entire run of all Connelly's newsletters (approximately 65 in all). The District Office on Staten Island created its own newsclipping files, and these comprise approximately one box (Box 75). There is also a small box (about 1") of newsclippings covering 1985-1994 (Box 76). There are additional biographical newsclippings in the Biographical Files subseries of the Personal Files series. There are no audiotapes in the collection but there are two videotapes in the Video subseries of the Media Files series. There is also one folder containing information on television program appearances in the Personal Files series and some photographs related to the Capital Close-Up program (1988) in the Photographs series.

Although the Personal Files series does include biographical files and personal files, but there are none of the appointment books, guest books or schedules that one might expect to find in the collection. There is a small box of invitations and programs in the Invitations Accepted and Rejected subseries, but additional invitations can be found within the Subject Files series. The Scrapbooks series contains one scrapbook of biographical newsclippings used at a Staten Island appreciation function for Connelly after her retirement from the Assembly. The Memorabilia series includes various awards, pen certificates and plaques.

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Arrangement

The Assemblywoman Elizabeth A. Connelly papers are divided into nine series and several subseries:

SUBJECT FILES
CONSTITUENT CORRESPONDENCE
LEGISLATIVE FILES
-Legislative Correspondence
-Bills
-Voting and Attendance Records
MEDIA FILES
-Press Releases and Statements
-Newsletters and Mailings
-Speeches
-News Clippings
-Video
PERSONAL FILES
-Invitations Accepted and Rejected
-Biographical Files
CAMPAIGNS
PHOTOGRAPHS
SCRAPBOOKS
MEMORABILIA

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Index Terms

This collection is indexed under the following terms. Manuscipt collections are not included in the College of Staten Island's library catalog at this time.

Subject Names

Connelly, Elizabeth A., 1928-

Subject Topics

Environmental Policy -- New York (State) -- New York
Fresh Kills Landfill -- Staten Island (N.Y.)
Mental Health Laws -- New York (State)
New York (State) Assembly Legislature -- History -- Sources
Politicians -- New York (State) -- Richmond County
Richmond County (N.Y.) -- Politics and Government
Secession -- Staten Island (New York, N.Y.)

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Series Descriptions & Container Listing

Series 1: Subject Files, 1974-2002. Approximately 24 Linear Feet.
This series contains general subject files and is arranged A-Z by topic. Most subject files deal with specific legislative initiatives but also include subjects of interest to Connelly and/or on which she received correspondence. The files contain mainly newsletters, bills, press releases, news clippings, statements and correspondence but also include other materials such as pamphlets, programs and reports.
Box# Folder# Title
1 1-2 Abortion, 1993-2000
1 3 Access-A-Ride (MTA Paratransit Services), 1987-1992
1 4-5 Adult Homes, 1990-2000
1 6 Advanced New York Harbor Navigation and Safety System Demonstration Project (Lockheed Martin), 1997-1998
1 7 African American Community, 1994-1997
1 8 Aging, 1994, 1996, 1998, 2000
1 9 Agriculture, New York State Department of, 1994, 1998-1999
2 1 AIDS, 1997-2000
2 2 Air Quality in New York and New Jersey, 1978-1992
2 3-4 Airport Pollution, 1990-1999
2 4.1 Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services, New York State Office Of (OASAS), 1993-1998
2 5 Alzheimer's Disease, 1995-2000
2 6 Amalgamated Transit Union, 1987-1999
2 6.1 American with Disabilities Act (ADA), Task Force on the Implementation of the, 1992
2 7 Art, 1998-2000
3 1 Arthur Kill Correctional Facility, 1989-1998
3 2 Arthur Kill Correctional Facility, 1976-1978, 1989-2000
3 3 American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA), 1998-1999
3 4 Assault Weapons, 1998-2000
3 5 Autism, 2000
4 1-6 Amethyst House, 1978-1999
5 1 Banking, 1996-2000
5 2 Bay Keeper, 1986-1990
5 3 Bayley Seton, 1999
5 3.1 Begun, Martin S., 1996
5 3.2 Bell Atlantic NYNEX, 1999
5 4 Benjamin Rush Center, 1989-1990
5 5 Body Piercing, 1998, 2000
5 6 Borough President's 21st Century Road Plan (Guy V. Molinari), 1996
5 7 Borrow Pits, 1977-1987
5 8 Borrow Pits, 1988-1994
5 9 Borrow Pits, 1995-1997
5 10 Borrow Pits, 1998-2000
5 11 Borrow Pits, n.d.
6 1 Boy Scouts, 1998-2000
6 1.1 Bread of Life Drive, 1997
6 2 Breast Cancer Funding, 1978-1992, 1996, 2000
6 3 Bridge Tolls, 1985-1993
6 4 Bridge Tolls - Articles, 1986-1992
6 5 Bridges, 1982, 1989-2000
6 6 Brooklyn Union Gas, 1995, 1997
6 7 Buildings, New York City Department of, 2000
6 8 Bus Issues, 1998
7 1 Camelot Counseling Centers, 1985-1993
7 2 Camelot Counseling Centers, 1994-1997
7 3 Carmel Richmond Nursing Home, 1996-1999
7 4 Casino Gambling, 1992, 1995-1996
7 4.1 Catholic Big Brothers, Inc., 1996-1997
7 5 Catholic School Nurses, 1999-2000
7 6 Cemeteries, 1993, 1996-2000
8 1 Cemetery Vandalism, 1987-1994
8 2 Cemetery Vandalism, 1995-2000
8 3 Cemetery Vandalism, 1988-2000
8 3.1 Cemeteries, Veterans', 1991, 1995-2000
8 3.2 Central Family Life Center, 1993
8 4 Charter Revision Commission, New York City, 1987-1988
8 5 Charter Revision Commission, New York City, March-April, 1989
8 6 Charter Revision Commission, New York City, May-July, 1989 & n.d.
9 1 Child Abuse, 1993-1999
9 2 Child Abuse Allegations, 1997-2000
9 2.1 Child Abuse Elisa's Law, 1977, 1995
9 3 Children's Sports, 1986, 1994-1999
9 4 Churches, 1989, 1993-2000
9 4.1 Clay Pit Ponds Preserve, 2000
9 5 Civil Service, New York State Department of, 2000
9 6 Clams, 1988-1989, 1994-1998
9 7 Clean Water of New York, Inc., 1997
9 8 Clove Lakes Nursing Home, 1990-1997
9 8.1 Coalition for Not for Profit Nursing Homes, 1997
9 8.2 College Avenue, 1998
9 9 College of Staten Island, 1993-1997
9 10 College of Staten Island, 1998-2000
9 11 College of Staten Island - Developmental Disabilities, 2001-2002
9 12 College of Staten Island - Victory Blvd. Bus Stop, 1997-1998
10 1 Commission on Quality of Care for the Mentally Disabled, State of New York, 1992-1999
10 2 Community Board 1, 1996-2000
10 3 Community Boards, 1981-1996
10 3.1 Community Boards, 2000
10 4 Community Resources for the Developmentally Disabled, 1999
10 5 Comptroller, New York City, 1994-1995
10 6 Con Edison, 2000
10 7 Con Edison, 1996-2000
10 8 Conference Committee, 1998-1999
10 9 Constitutional Convention, New York State, 1997
11 1 Correctional Service, New York State Department of, Nurse Issues, 1992-1996
11 2 Corrections, 1991, 1998-2000
11 3 Corrections (Correspondence), 1998-2000
11 4 Court Facilities, 1993-1995
11 5 Court Reform, 1984-1998
11 6 Courts, 1987-1998
11 7 Courts (Report), 1989
11 8 Crime Victims, 1991, 1996-1997
11 9 Criminal Justice Reform Task Force, 1993-1994, 1998
12 1 Compulsive Gambling, 1982, 1991-1995
12 2 Compulsive Gambling, 1996-1997
12 3 Compulsive Gambling, 1998
12 4 Compulsive Gambling, 1999
12 5 Compulsive Gambling, 2000
12 6 Compulsive Gambling, n.d.
13 1 Dangerous Dogs, 1952, 1983-1987
13 2 Dangerous Dogs, 1988-1989
14 1 Dangerous Dogs, 1990-2000
14 1.1 Dangerous Dogs, n.d.
14 2 Dangerous Dogs S.4749 / A.3028, 1997-1998
14 3 Dangerous Dogs-Legislation, 1987-1990
14 4 Day Care, 1997-1998
15 1 Death Penalty, 1977, 1988-1995
15 2 Developmentally Disabled Offender, 1991
15 2.1 Disaster Preparedness Commission, New York State, 1993
15 3 DNR, 1995
15 4 Domestic Violence, 1994-2000
15 5 Dredging, New York Harbor, 1994-1997
15 6 Drugs, 1982, 1986, 1989-1999
16 1 DWI, 1981, 1989-1993
16 2 DWI, 1994-1995
16 3 DWI, 1996-1997
16 4 DWI, 1998-2002, n.d.
16 5 DWI: .08 BAC Hearing April 23, 1998
16 6 DWI: STOP-DWI, 1980-2000
17 1 Early Childhood Direction Center, 1995
17 2 Early Childhood Education, 1994-1995
17 3 Early Intervention Program, 1992-1998
17 4 Economy, 1999
17 5 Eden II School for Autistic Children, 1995-1999
17 6 Education, 1987-1996
17 7 Education, 1997-2000
18 1 Education, Board of, 1998-2000
18 2 Education, New York City Board of, 1988-2000
18 3 Education - Community School Board Elections, 1998-1999
18 4 Eger Health Care Center, 1992-1999
18 5 Edwin Markham Child Care Center, 2000
18 6 Elections, New York State Board of, 1987-2000
18 7 Electric Rates, 2000
18 8 Elm Park Civic Association, 1976-1990, 1994, 2000
18 9 Emerson Hill Association, 1998
18 10 Emissions Inspection Program, 1999
18 11 EMS, 1985-6, 1993-1997
18 12 Energy, 1994-2000
18 13 Environmental Concerns, 1979-1996
18a 1 Environmental Concerns, 1997-2000
18a 2 Environmental Concerns - Dredging, 1990, 1997-1998
18a 3 Environmental Concerns - Dredging & Sanitation, 1975, 1980, 1982, 1987, 1997-1998
18a 4 Environmental Concerns - Staten Island Economic Development Zone, 1996-1998
18a 5 Environmental Concerns - Water Billing & Wetlands, 1990-2000
18a 6 Environmental Conservation, 1994-1998
18a 7 Ethics, 1987-1989
19 1 Family Court, 1993-1995
19 2 Farm Colony, 1981-1999
19 3 Federal Issues, 1996-1999
19 4 Fire and Police Issues, 1986, 1994-1999
19 5 Fire Department, 1987-1998
19 5.1 Figurelli, Lou, 1990-2000
19 6 Forest Hill Road, 1983, 1987, 1993-1996
19 7 Forest Hill Road, 1997-1998
19 8 Forest Hill Road, 1998-2000
19 9 Forest Hill Road Bus Stop/SIDDSO, 1986, 1992-1998
20 1 Fresh Kills Landfill, 1978-1979
20 2 Fresh Kills Landfill, 1980-1989
20 3 Fresh Kills Landfill, 1990-1995
20 4 Fresh Kills Landfill, 1996
20 5 Fresh Kills Landfill, 1997-2000, n.d.
20 6 Fresh Kills Landfill, Press Clippings, 1980-1998
20 7 Fresh Kills Landfill Lawsuits, 1978-1998
20 8 Fresh Kills Landfill Lawsuits - Woods v. City of New York
20 9 Fresh Kills Landfill Lawsuits - Consent Order, 1990
20.1 1 Friends of the College of Staten Island
20.1 2 Funding/Grants (Program Support Requests), 1990
21 1 Gangemi, Paul, 1997-2000
21 2 Girl Scouts, 1996-1999
21 3 Goodwill Industries, 1994
21 4 Goethals Bridge, 1987, 1990-1999
21 5 Goethals Mobile Home Park, 1983, 1988-1996
21 6 Governor's Office, 1992-1999
21 7 Governor's State of the State Address, 2000
22 1 Graniteville Quarry, 1980s
22 2 Graniteville Quarry, 1990-1993
22 3 Graniteville Quarry, 1994
22 4 Graniteville Quarry, 1995-96
22 5 Graniteville Quarry, 1997-2000, 2002
23 1 Great Kills Tulip Tree, 2000
23 2 Greenbelt, 1983-1984
23 3 Greenbelt, 1989-1999
23 4 Group Homes - Community Boards, 1977, 1995-2000
23 5 Group Homes - Roe Street, 1995-1996
23 6 Group Homes - Steers Street, 1981-1983, 1999-2000
23 7 Group Homes - Taylor Street, 1991, 1995
23 8 Half Fare for the Mentally Ill, 1984-1990
23 9 Half Fare for the Mentally Ill, 1991
23 10 Half Fare for the Mentally Ill, 1992-1995
23 11 Half Fare for the Mentally Ill, 1996-2000, n.d.
24 1 Half Fare for the Mentally Ill - Background, d 1988-1994, n.d.
24 2 Harris, Jean, 1988-1993
24 3 Head Injury, 1992-1995, n.d.
24 4 Health, 1993-2000
24 5 Health, Department of, 1992-2000
24 6 Health Forum - College of Staten Island, 1996
24 7 Health Plan Association, 2000
24 8 Hearings, 1995, 1998-2000
25 1 Helicopter Noise, 1996-1999
25 2 Hevesi - Garbage Trucks, 1999
25 3 Higher Education, 1988, 1994-2000
25 4 HIP, 1988
25 5 Home Rule, 1994-2000
25 6 Homeless, 1989-1998
25 7 Homeport, 1990-1993
25 8 Housing, 1994-1997
25 9 Housing Court, 1995, 1998
25 10 Human Rights Office, 1987-1994
25 11 Incineration, 1985-1998
25 12 Industrial Development Agencies (IDA), 1985-1996
26 1 Institute for Basic Research in Developmental Disabilities (IBR), 1989-1999
26 2 Insurance, 1989-1999
26 2.1 Interns and Residents, Committee of, 1985-1986
26 3 Interns and Residents, Committee of, 1994
26 3.1 Internships, 1992-2000
26 4 Interstate Sanitation Commission, 1981-1999
26 5 Involuntary Commitment, 1982-2000
26 6 Involuntary Outpatient Commitment, 1997-1999
27 1 Irish Studies, 1988-1996
27 2 Internal Revenue Service (IRS), 1997-1998
27 3 Jeffries, Professor Leonard, 1991
27 4 Jenna's Law, 1998
27 5 Jewish Community Center, 1997-1998
27 6 Jewish Organizations, 1990-2000
27 7 John D. Calandra Italian American Institute, 1993
27 8 Judicial, 1988-2000
27 9 Judicial Courts, 1996-1997
27 10 Juvenile Diabetes Foundation, 1997-2000
27 11 K, 1996-2000
27 12 Keller, Ivy, 2000
27 13 Kendra's Law, 1995-2000
28 1 Labor Department, 1994-2000
28 2 Lakeside Manor Adult Home, 1982-1999
28 3 Landmark, 1997
28 4 Latino Civic Association, 1993-2000
28 5 Lead Poisoning, 1991-1997
28 6 Legal Aid, 1995, 1998
28 6.1 Legal Cases, 1993
28 7 Legislative Pay, 1995
28 7.1 Legislative Pay Lag, 1991
28 8 Legislative Proceedings, 2000
28 8.1 Lemon Law, 1993
28 9 Libraries, 1992-2000
28 10 License Suspensions, 1997-1999
28 11 Lifeway on the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge, 1993
28 12 Lighthouse, Roman Shoals, 1994-2000
28 13 Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG), 1997-1999
28 14 Liquor Authority, New York State, 1998-1999, n.d.
28 15 Long Term Care, 1994-1997
29 1 Lottery, 1986-1998
29 2 Lottery, 1999
29 3 Lyme Disease, 1991, 1999, n.d.
29 4 Malpractice Insurance, 1985-1990, 1997
29 5 Mandatory Medicare Assignment, 1989-1997
29 6 Mayor's Office, 1989-2000
29 7 Medicaid, 1992-1999
29 8 Medicaid - Budget Issues, 1993-2000
30 1 Medicaid - Managed Care, 1994-1997
30 2 Medical Society of the State of New York (MSSNY), 1994-2000
30 3 Mental Health - Conferences, 1993
30 3.1 Mental Health - Escaped / Missing Patients, 1994-1995
30 4 Mental Health - Hearings, 1991-1994
30 5 Mental Health - Right to Refuse Treatment, 1986-1992
30 6 Mental Health - News Clippings, 1990-1999
30 7 Mental Health - Service Announcements, 1991-2000
30 8 Mental Health, New York City Department of - Merger with New York City Department of Health, 1998-1999
30 9 Mental Health, New York State Office of, 1989-1996
30 10 Mental Health, New York State Office of, 1997-1998
31 1 Mental Health, Office of, 1999-2000, n.d.
31 2 Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities, State of New York Office of (OMRDD), 1993-2000
31 3 Mentally Ill, Alliance for the, 1992-1995
31 4 Mentally Ill - Medical Experimentation, 1999
31 5 Methadone, 1989-1997
31 6 Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) - Board, 1985-2000
31 7 Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) - Bus Route Changes, 1980-2000
31 8 Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) - Express Bus Service, 1989-2000, 2003
31 9 Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) - Half Fare, 1993-2000
31 10 Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) - Miscellaneous, 1993-2000
32 1 Million Mom March, 2000
32 2 Mosquitoes, 1999-2000
32 3 Motor Vehicles, Department of (DMV), 1989, 1994-1998
32 4 Mount Loretto-by-the-Sea, 1985-2000
32 5 Mountain Bikes, 1996-1997
32 6 National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), 1993-2000
32 7 National Alliance for the Mentally Ill (NAMI) - New York State, 2000
32 8 Native American Community House, 1998
32 9 National Resources Protective Association (NRPA), 1996-2000
32 10 New Americans, Task Force on, 1998
32 11 New York City, 1991-1999
32 12 New York Police Department (NYPD), 1984-2000
32 13 New York State Catholic Conference, 1981-2000
32 14 Neighborhood Housing Services of West Brighton, 1993-2000
32 15 North & South Shore Business Persons & Clubs Associations, 1993
32 16 North Richmond Community Mental Health Center, 1988-2000
33 1 North Shore Civic Conference, 1994-1995
33 2 Northfield Community Local Development Corporation (LDC), 1977-2000
33 3 Noise, 1994-1998
33 4 Nurses - Corrections, 1992-2000
33 5 Nursing, 1994-2000
33 6 Nursing Homes, 1991-1996
33 7 Nursing Homes, 1997-2000
33 8 Ocean Dumping, 1992-1994
33 9 Ohel Children's Home & Family Services, 1989-1999
34 1 Oil Spill Tax, 1995
34 2 On Your Mark, 1995-2000
34 3 Parent / Teacher Association (PTA), 1999
34 4 Park & Ride Parking Lots, 1993-1997
34 5 Parks - Clay Pit Ponds State Park Preserve, 1990-1994
34 6 Parks - Clove Lakes, 1990-1991, 2000
34 7 Parks - General, 1988, 1997-2000
34 8 Parks - Silver Lake, 1988-2000
34 9 Parks - Silver Lake - Fishing, 1997-1998
34 10 Parkside Apartments, 1987-1993
34 11 Parole, 1988-2000
34 12 Pearl Harbor Memorial Expressway, 1998-1999
34 13 Pensions, 1985-1997
34 14 Pensions - Lawsuits, 1993-1996
34 15 Permanent Judicial Commission on Justice for Children, New York State, 1996-1999
34 16 Pharmacies, 1991-1997
35 1 Phenylketonuria (PKU), 1986-1990
35 2 Phenylketonuria (PKU), 1991
35 3 Phenylketonuria (PKU), 1992-1993
35 4 Phenylketonuria (PKU), 1994
35 5 Phenylketonuria (PKU), 1995
35 6 Phenylketonuria (PKU), 1996
35 7 Phenylketonuria (PKU), 1997-1998, n.d.
36 1 Phenylketonuria (PKU) - Closed Correspondence File, 1989-2000
36 2 Phenylketonuria (PKU) - Colby File (Closed), 1993-1994
36 3 Pilot Bill, 1988-1994
36 4 Pilots, 1994
36 5 Pipkins, Robert & Jeanette, 1992-1998
36 6 Plane & Copter Files - Correspondence, 1982-1992
36 7 Plane & Copter Files - Correspondence, 1993-1996
37 1 Plane & Copter Files - Correspondence, 1997-1998
37 2 Plane & Copter Files - Correspondence, 1999-2000
37 3 Plane & Copter Files - Legislation, 1991-1995
37 3.1 Plane & Copter Files - News Articles, 1987-88
37 4 Plane & Copter Files - News Articles, 1990
37 5 Plane & Copter Files - News Articles, 1991
37 6 Plane & Copter Files - News Articles, 1992
37 7 Plane & Copter Files - News Articles, 1993
37 8 Plane & Copter Files - News Articles, 1994
37 9 Plane & Copter Files - News Articles, 1995
37 10 Plane & Copter Files - News Articles, 1996
37 11 Plane & Copter Files - News Articles, 1997
37 12 Plane & Copter Files - News Articles, 1998
37 13 Plane & Copter Files - News Articles, 1999
37 14 Plane & Copter Files - News Articles, 2000
37 15 Plane & Copter Files - News Articles, n.d.
37 16 Plane & Copter Files - Office Reports, 1990-2000
37 17 Plane & Copter Files - Press Releases & Statements, 1987-1999
37 18 Power for Jobs, 1998-2000
37 19 Port Richmond - General, 1991-1998
37 20 Port Richmond - New York Public Library Branch, 1998
37 21 Prenatal Care Assistance Program, 1994
37 22 Presidential Scholar Program, 2000
38 1 Prisoners' Legal Services (PLS), 1995-1999
38 2 Project Hospitality, 1990-2000
38 3 Property Tax, 1988-2000
38 4 Protectors of Pine Oak Woods, 1986-2000
38 5 Public Employees Federation (PEF), 1987-2000
38 6 Public Housing on Staten Island, 1993-1999
38 7 Public Service Commission, 1990-1998
38 8 Radioactive Waste, 1990-1997
39 1 Racism, 1988-1996
39 2 Reapportionment, 1991-1992
39 3 Recommendations, 1991-1998
39 4 Recycling, 1993-1996
39 5 Red Light Camera Program, 1999
39 6 Regents, New York State Board of, 1988-1999
39 7 Regents Exams - Foreign Languages, 1998-1999
39 8 Restaurants & Taverns, 1999-2000
39 9 Retirement, 1991, 1997
39 10 Richmond County Bank Ballpark at St. George, 1999
39 11 Richmond County Medical Society, 1987-1997
39 12 Richmond Parkway, 1974-2000
39 13 Richmond Senior Services, 1991-1999
39 14 Richmond Terrace Community Center, 1999-2000
39 15 Right Turn on Red, 1990-2001
39 16 Rivers vs. Katz, 1987-1989
39 17 Rockland Avenue - Proposed Widening, 1998
39 18 Rome Developmental Disabilities Services Office (DDSO), 1989-1999
40 1 Saint John's University, 1998-2000
40 2 St. Vincent's Medical Center, 1992-2000
40 2.1 Sales Tax, Elimination of, 1984-1985, 1996-2000
40 3 Sales, Property & Hospital Taxes, 1977-1979, 1994-2000
40 4 Sandy Hook Pilots, 1978, 1986-1990
40 5 Sandy Hook Pilots, 1991-1996
40 6 Sandy Hook Pilots, 1997-2000
40 7 Sanitation, City of New York Department of, 1989-1996
40 8 Sanitation, City of New York Department of - New Garage, 1999-2000
40 9 Schools - Catholic Schools of Staten Island, 1994-2000
40 10 Schools - Community School Board 31, 1990-1998
41 1 Schools - District 75, 1997-2000
41 2 Schools - General, 1986-1994
41 3 Schools - General, 1995
41 4 Schools - General, 1996
41 5 Schools - General, 1997
41 6 Schools - General, 1998
41 7 Schools - General, 1999-2000
41 8 Schools - General, n.d.
42 1 Schools - General - Reports & Guides, 1994-1998
42 2 Schools - JRA Educators, 1999
42 3 Schools - New York Child Learning Institute, 2000
42 4 Schools - Port Richmond High School, 1984-1999
42 5 Schools - Principal for a Day, PS 45, 1996-1997
42 6 Schools - Principal for a Day, PS 20, 21, 30 & 31, 1997-2000
42 7 Schools - PS 18, 1997-1999
42 8 Schools - PS 19, 1991-1997
42 9 Schools - PS 21, 1995-1997
42 10 Schools - PS 22, 1997
42 11 Schools - PS 44 & 45, 1992-1999
42 12 Schools - Seton Foundation for Learning, 1985-1998
42 13 Schools - Saint Peter's Elementary School, 1993-1998
42 14 Schools - Special Education, 1986-1992
43 1 Schools - Special Education, 1993-1995, n.d.
43 2 Schools - Special Education - Pre-Kindergarten Handicapped Program, 1989
43 3 Schools - Violence, 1999-2000
43 4 Sea View Hospital Rehabilitation Center & Home, 1983-1994
43 5 Sea View Hospital Rehabilitation Center & Home, 1995-2000, n.d.
43 6 Sea View Hospital Rehabilitation Center & Home - Barondess Commission, 1992
43 7 Secession (General), 1988-1990
43 8 Secession (General), 1991
44 1 Secession (General), 1992-1993
44 2 Secession (General), 1994-1998, n.d.
44 3 Secession - Advisory Committees, 1991
44 4 Secession - Committee for the Review of Secession, 1987
44 5 Secession - Legislation, 1989-2000
44 6 Secession - Press, 1994
44 7 Secession - Press Releases, 1990-1994
44 8 Secession - Staten Island Charter Commission, 1991
44 9 Secession - Staten Island Charter Commission - Bylaws, 1991
44 10 Secession - Staten Island Charter Commission - Correspondence, 1991-1996
44 11 Secession - Staten Island Charter Commission - Executive Director Search, 1991
44 12 Secession - Staten Island Charter Commission - Members, 1991
44 13 Secession - Staten Island Charter Commission - Minutes, February 5-July 26, 1991 & October 12, 1993
44 14 Secession - Staten Island Charter Commission - Newspaper Clippings, 1991-1992
45 1 Senior Citizens - General, 1996-2000
45 2 Senior Citizens - Housing, 1985-2000
45 3 Sewers, 1999
45 3.1 Sewers, 2000
45 4 Sexual Assault Reform Act, 2000
45 5 Sex Zones, 1995
45 6 Sisters of Charity Healthcare, 1988-1992
45 7 Sisters of Charity Healthcare, 1997
45 8 Site Selection for Community Residential Facilities for the Mentally Disabled, 1978-2000
45 9 Site Selection for Community Residential Facilities for the Mentally Disabled - Reports, 1992-1993
45 10 Sky Light Center, 1989-1998
45 11 Smoking Issues, 1995-2000
45 12 Snug Harbor Cultural Center, 1995-1999
45 13 Social Security, 1994-1999
45 14 Society for Seamen's Children, 1988, 1994-1999
45 15 Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (SPCC), 1980-1985
46 1 Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (SPCC), 1986-1990
46 2 Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (SPCC), 1991-1994
46 3 Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (SPCC), 1995-1997, n.d.
46 4 Solid Waste Management, 1988, 1995
46 5 South Beach Psychiatric Center, 1987-1995
46 6 South Beach Psychiatric Center, 1996-2000, n.d.
46 7 Southport Correctional Facility, 1991-1993
46 8 Speaker Pro Tempore, 1995-2000
47 1 Speaker's Office, 1994-2000
47 2 Speed Bumps, 1998
47 3 State Liquor Authority, 1996-1997
47 4 State Police, 1998
47 5 Staten Island Advance Women of Achievement, 1993-2000
47 6 Staten Island Armory, 1989-1999
47 7 Staten Island Business Issues, 1997-2000
47 8 Staten Island Center for Independent Living (SICIL), 1978, 1987-1996
47 9 Staten Island Center for Independent Living (SICIL), 1997-2000
47 10 Staten Island Chamber of Commerce, 1993, 1998
47 11 Staten Island Community Television, 1995-1998
47 12 Staten Island Development Center (SIDC) (Elizabeth A. Connelly Resource Center), 1981-1990
47 13 Staten Island Developmental Disabilities Services Office (SIDDSO), 1989-1998
47 14 Staten Island Expressway, 1993-1994, 1999
47 15 Staten Island Ferry, 1980-1991
47 16 Staten Island Ferry, 1992-1999, n.d.
47 17 Staten Island Ferry - Parking, 1993
48 1 Staten Island Historical Society (SIHS), 1986
48 2 Staten Island Historical Society (SIHS), 1989-1999
48 3 Staten Island Homeport, 1991, 1994, 1997-1998
48 4 Staten Island Mental Health Society, 1981-1999
48 5 Staten Island Railroad, 1991-1999
48 6 Staten Island Retardation and Disabilities Council, 1987, 1999
48 7 Staten Island TAP Center, 1998
48 8 Staten Island University Hospital, 1992-1999
48 9 Staten Island Zoo, 1997
48 10 Stapleton Civilian Observation Patrol, Inc., 1996
48 11 Striped Bass, 1990-1992, 1999-2000
48 12 Suicide - Quill vs. Vacco, 1995-1996
48 13 Sunday Shopkeeping, 1996
48 14 Surrogate Decision-Making Committees (SDMC), 1992, 1997-1998
49 1 Taxes, 1991-2000
49 2 Taxi & Limousine Commission (TLC), 1991-2000
49 3 Televising Legislative Proceedings, Task Force to Study, 1999-2000
49 4 Thank You Letters, 1993-2000
49 5 Thruway, New York State, 1995-1999
49 6 Tobacco Settlement, 1998
49 7 Tompkinsville Community Association, 1995-1999
49 8 Tort Reform, 1999
49 9 Tourism, 1998
49 10 Traditions House, 2000
49 11 Transfer Station - Port Ivory, 1995, 1997-1998
49 12 Transportation, 1991-1999
50 1 Transportation Bond Act, 2000
50 2 Transportation - Bus Service Franchise, 1989-1990
50 3 Traumatic Brain Injury, 1987-1995
50 4 Traumatic Brain Injury, 1996-1997
50 5 Traumatic Brain Injury, January-March 1998
50 6 Traumatic Brain Injury, April-December 1998
50 7 Traumatic Brain Injury, 1999-2000, n.d.
50 8 Traumatic Brain Injury - Reports, 1986-1998
51 1 Travis Power Plant, 1975, 1978-1983
51 2 Triborough Bridge & Tunnel Authority, 1993-1999
51 3 Triplicate Prescriptions, 1988-1996
51 4 Triplicate Prescriptions - Newclippings, 1988-1990
51 5 Tuition Assistance Program (TAP), 1991-2000
51 6 Unions, 1995-1996
51 7 United Activities Unlimited, Inc., 1998-1999
51 8 United Cerebral Palsy, 1992-1993, 1996-1998
51 9 United Federation of Teachers (UFT), 1992-1998
51 10 Van Name Avenue Residents, 1995
51 11 Variable Supplement Funds, 1968, 1973, 1977-1980, 1989, 1992-1999
52 1 Verrazano-Narrows Bridge, 1977-2000
52 1.1 Veterans, 1981, 1986-1990
52 2 Veterans, 1994-1998
52 3 Veterans, 1999-2000, n.d.
52 4 Veterans - Disabled Veteran Vendors, 1991-1998
52 5 Veterans - Incarcerated Veterans, 1990-1991
52 6 Veterans - Incarcerated Veterans - American Legion Con Thien Memorial Post #1945 (Arthur Kill Correctional Facility), 1999
53 1 Veterans - Joint Public Hearing, May 27, 1993 (1990-1993)
53 2 Veterans - Korean War Bonus, 1994-1995
53 3 Veterans - Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) Treatment, 1991-1995
53 4 Veterans - POW/MIA Memorial Highway & Vietnam Veterans, 1991, 1998-2000
53 5 Victim's Services, 1981, 1996-1999
53 6 Visitors, Association of Boards of (New York State), 2000
53 7 Vocational & Educational Services for Individuals with Disabilities (VESID), 1995-1997
53 8 Wagner College, 1995-2000
53 9 Welfare, 1995-1999
53 10 West Brighton, 1981, 1991-2000
53 11 Westerleigh Improvement Society, 1998-2000
53 12 Westshore Homeowners Association, 2000
53 13 Wetlands, 1990-1992
54   "Willowbrook Settlement - NYSARC (New York State Association for Retarded Children, Inc) et al. and Parisi vs. Cuomo et al. 1987 Settlement Agreement".
54 1 Willowbrook Closing, August - December 1987
54 1.1 Willowbrook - Connelly Resource Center / Therapy Pool, 1987-1993, 2000
54 1.2 Willowbrook Mental Health, 1978-2000
54 2 Willowbrook Negotiations, 1980-1981
54 3 Willowbrook 25th Anniversary, 2000
54 4 Willowbrook State School , (SIDDSO File) 1975-1993
54 5 Willowbrook State School - Consent Judgement, (SIDDSO File) 1975
54 6 Willowbrook State School - Consent Order Compliance Reports, (SIDDSO File) 1975-1976
54 7 Willowbrook State School - Incidents of Patient Abuse, (SIDDSO File) 1976
54 8 Willowbrook State School - Newsclippings, (SIDDSO File) 1976-1987, n.d.
54 9 Willowbrook State School - S.568 & S.1177 96th Congress, (SIDDSO File) 1979-1980
55   "Willowbrook Settlement - NYSARC (New York State Association for Retarded Children, Inc) et al. and Parisi vs. Cuomo et al. 1987 Settlement Agreement"
55    
- The dissertation on the Willowbrook State School that was originally housed in this collection has been cataloged and placed in the book collection.
56 1 Women of Achievement, 1992-2000
56 2 Women Veterans, 1986-1996
56 3 Women Veterans, 1997-1999, n.d.
56 4 Women's Caucus, 1991-1996
56 5 Women's Caucus, 1997-2000, n.d.
56 6 Women's Colloquia - College of Staten Island, 2003
56 7 Women's Issues, 1990-2000
57 1 Workers' Compensation, 1995-2000
57 2 Young Men's Christian Association (YMCA), 1990-1999
57 3 Young People's Information Service (YPIS) of Staten Island, 1995-2000
57 4 Youth, New York State Division for, 1985-1999
57 5 Youth Issues, 1991-1998, 2000
Series 2: Constituent Correspondence, 1991, 1997-2000. Approximately 1 Linear Foot.
This series contains constituent requests and correspondence on various subjects. The correspondence is arranged chronologically. There is also one folder of questionnaires from various sources (1989-2000).
Box# Folder# Title
57.1 1 Constituent Correspondence, 1991, 1997-2000
57.1 2 Constituent Requests, 1999-2000
57.1 3 Constituent Requests, (Closed File) 1999-2000
57.1 4 Questionnaires, 1989-2000
57.2 1 Outgoing Day File, January 1999
57.2 2 Outgoing Day File, February 1999
57.2 3 Outgoing Day File, March 1999
57.2 4 Outgoing Day File, April 1999
57.2 5 Outgoing Day File, May 1999
57.2 6 Outgoing Day File, June 1999
57.2 7 Outgoing Day File, July 1999
57.2 8 Outgoing Day File, August 1999
57.2 9 Outgoing Day File, September 1999
57.2 10 Outgoing Day File, October 1999
57.2 11 Outgoing Day File, November 1999
57.2 12 Outgoing Day File, December 1999
57.2 13 Outgoing Day File, January 2000
57.2 14 Outgoing Day File, February 2000
57.2 15 Outgoing Day File, March 2000
57.2 16 Outgoing Day File, April 2000
57.2 17 Outgoing Day File, May 2000
57.2 18 Outgoing Day File - June 2000
57.3 1 Outgoing Day File, July 2000
57.3 2 Outgoing Day File, August 2000
57.3 3 Outgoing Day File, September 2000
57.3 4 Outgoing Day File, October 2000
57.3 5 Outgoing Day File, November 2000
57.3 6 Outgoing Day File, December 2000
Series 3: Legislative Files, 1989-2000. Approximately 6 Linear Feet.
This series contains files on legislation. There are seven distinct sets of legislative files. The first set of files is Legislation by Committee/Topic, (1999-2000) (Boxes 58-61). These files are arranged alphabetically by committee name or topic and include correspondence and information on particular bills. The second set of files is Secession Legislation (1989-1990, 1998) (Box 62) arranged chronologically and containing various record types. The third set of files is General Legislation (1995-2000) (Box 63), arranged chronologically and containing correspondence and information on various bills. The fourth set of files is Budget (1998-2000) (Box 64), which contains correspondence relating to budget issues. The fifth set of files is Prime Sponsored Legislation (1990-2000) (Boxes 65-70), arranged by chronologically by the year a bill was signed into law or vetoed, and then by bill number. These files contain bill copies and related memoranda and materials. The comprehensive list (Box 65, Folder 1) has information on all Connelly's prime-sponsored bills and resulting laws, vetoes or recalls by the governor. The sixth set of files is Legislative Resolutions (1992-1995, 1999-2000) (Box 71), arranged chronologically. The seventh set of files consists of Voting and Attendance Records (1991, 1993-2000) (Box 72).
Series - Subseries A: Legislative Correspondence, 1989-2000.
This subseries contains the files on Legislation by Committee/Topic (1999-2000), General Legislation (1995-2000), Secession (1989-1990, 1998) and the Budget (1998-2000).
Box# Folder# Title
58 1 Aging, 2000
58 2 Agriculture, 1999-2000
58 3 Alcoholism, 1999-2000
58 4 Banks, 2000
58 5 Children & Families, 1999-2000
58 6 Cities, 1999-2000
58 7 Codes, 1999
58 8 Codes, 2000
58 9 Commerce, 1999
58 10 Consumer Affairs, 1999
58 11 Corporations, 1999
58 12 Corrections, 1999-2000
58 13 Economic Development, 1999-2000
58 14 Education, 1999-2000
58 15 Election Law, 2000
58 16 Energy, 2000
58 17 Environmental Conservation, 2000
59 1 Governmental Employees, 1998
59 2 Governmental Employees, 1999
59 3 Governmental Employees, 2000
59 4 Governmental Operations, 1999-2000
59 4.1 Graduated Licensing Bill, 1998-2000
59 5 Health, December 1998 - May 1999
59 6 Health, June - December, 1999
59 7 Health, 2000
59 8 Health Care Reform Act (HCRA-2000), 2000
59 9 Higher Education, 1999-2000
59 10 Insurance, 1999-2000
59 11 Judiciary, 1999-2000
59 12 Labor, 2000
59 13 Libraries, 1999
59 14 Local Government, 1999-2000
60 1 Mental Health - Correspondence, 1999-2000
60 2 "Mental Health in New York", 1976
60 3 Mental Health - Annual Report of the Standing Committee on Mental Health, 1976
60 4 Mental Health - Annual Report of the Standing Committee on Mental Health, 1977
60 5 Mental Health - Annual Report of the Standing Committee on Mental Health, 1978
60 6 "From Back Wards to Back Alleys", 1978
60 7 Mental Health - Annual Report of the Standing Committee on Mental Health, 1979
60 8 Mental Health - Annual Report of the Standing Committee on Mental Health, 1980
60 9 Mental Health - Annual Report of the Committee on Mental Health, 1989
60 10 Mental Health - Annual Report of the Committee on Mental Health, 1991
60 11 Mental Health - Annual Report of the Committee on Mental Health, 1992
60 12 Mental Health - OMRDD, 1999-2000
61 1 Real Property Taxation, 1999-2000
61 2 Social Services, 1999-2000
61 3 Transportation, 1999
61 4 Transportation, 2000
61 5 Veterans' Affairs, 1999-2000
61 6 Ways and Means, 1999-2000
62 1 Secession Legislation, A.3539-C, 1985, 1989-1990
62 2 Secession Legislation, A.6949, 1998
63 1 Legislation Tracking, 1996, 1998
63 2 Legislation, 1995-1997
63 3 Legislation, 1997-1998
63 4 Legislation, 1999
63 5 Legislation, 2000
64 1 Budget - Community Enhancement Letters, 1997-1998
64 2 Budget - Letters, 1997-1998
64 3 Budget - Letters to the Speaker, 1998
64 4 Budget - Veto Letters, 1998
64 5 Budget - Member Items, 1997-1998
64 6 Budget - Letters, 1999
64 7 Budget, 2000
64 8 Budget - Request Letters, 2000
64 9 Budget - Ways & Means, 2000
Series 3 - Subseries B: Bills, 1990-2000.
This subseries contains the files on Prime Sponsored Legislation (1990-2000) and the Legislative Resolutions (1992-1995, 1999-2000).
Box# Folder# Title
65 1 Prime Sponsored Bills, 1975-2000
65 1.1 Prime Sponsored Bills Signed into Law, 1990
65 2 Veto Messages, 1990
65 3 Prime Sponsored Bills Signed into Law, 1991
65 4-5 Prime Sponsored Bills Signed into Law, 1992
66 1-4 Prime Sponsored Bills Signed into Law, 1993
66 5 Chapter 560 of 1994 (A.5681 - Involuntary Commitment), 1993-1999
67 1-5 Prime Sponsored Bills Signed into Law, 1994
67 6 Co-Prime Sponsored Bills Signed into Law - A.794, 1995
67 7 Prime Sponsored Bills Signed into Law - Chapter 516 - A.2344, 1995
67 8 Prime Sponsored Bills Signed into Law - Chapter 26 - A.4119, 1995
67 9 Prime Sponsored Bills Signed into Law - Chapter 335 - A.4120-A, 1995
67 10 Prime Sponsored Bills Signed into Law - A.5817, 1995
67 11 Prime Sponsored Bills Signed into Law - Chapter 244 - A.6555-A, 1995
68 1 Co-Prime Sponsored Bills Signed into Law - A.7928, 1995
68 2 Prime Sponsored Bills Signed into Law - Chapter 665 - A.8147, 1995
68 3 Co-Prime Sponsored Bills Signed into Law - 1995-1996 Session
68 4 Prime Sponsored Bills Signed into Law - Chapter 603 - A.3149-A, 1996
68 5 Prime Sponsored Bills Signed into Law - Chapter 184 - A.8833 (Fiduciary Fund for Women Veterans), 1996
68 6 Prime Sponsored Bills Signed into Law - Chapter 607 - A.9038, 1996
68 7 Prime Sponsored Bills Signed into Law - Chapter 486 - A.9306-A, 1996
68 8 Prime Sponsored Bills Signed into Law - Chapter 298 - A.10576, 1996
68 9 Prime Sponsored Bills Signed into Law - Chapter 131 - A.133-A, 1997
68 10 Prime Sponsored Bills Signed into Law - Chapter 177 - A.352-A, 1997
69 1 Prime Sponsored Bills Signed into Law - Chapter 103 - A.1124, 1997
69 2 Prime Sponsored Bills Signed into Law - Chapter 235 - A.1201-A, 1997
69 3 Prime Sponsored Bills Signed into Law - Chapter 530 - A.3028-C, 1997
69 4 Prime Sponsored Bills Signed into Law - Chapter 104 - A.3383, 1997
69 5 Prime Sponsored Bills Signed into Law - Chapter 356 - A.6683-A, 1997
69 6 Prime Sponsored Bills Signed into Law - Chapter 627 - A.8080-A, 1997
69 7 Prime Sponsored Bills Signed into Law - Chapter 260 - A.2633, 1998
69 8 Prime Sponsored Bills Signed into Law - Chapter 591 - A.5869-C, 1998
69 9 Prime Sponsored Bills Signed into Law - A.9117-B, 1998
69 10 Prime Sponsored Bills Signed into Law - Chapter 84 - A.9184, 1998
69 11 Prime Sponsored Bills Signed into Law - Chapter 97 - A.9194, 1998
69 12 Prime Sponsored Bills Signed into Law - Chapter 92 - A.9351-A, 1998
69 13 Prime Sponsored Bills Signed into Law - Chapter 553 - A.9541-A, 1998
69 14 Prime Sponsored Bills Signed into Law - Chapter 605 - A.11056-A, 1998
69 15 Prime Sponsored Bills Signed into Law - Chapter 567 - A.11107, 1998
70 1 Prime Sponsored Bills Signed into Law - Chapter 358 - A.1589-A, 1999
70 2 Prime Sponsored Bills Signed into Law - A.3497, 1999
70 3 Prime Sponsored Bills Signed into Law - A.3750, 1999
70 4 Prime Sponsored Bills Signed into Law - A.4557, 1999
70 5 Prime Sponsored Bills Signed into Law - A.7629, 1999
70 6 Prime Sponsored Bills Signed into Law - A.7892, 1999
70 7 Prime Sponsored Bills Signed into Law - A.8675, 1999
70 8 Prime Sponsored Bills Signed into Law - Chapter 154 - A.9337, 2000
70 9 Prime Sponsored Bills Signed into Law - Chapter 480 - A.9539, 2000
70 10 Prime Sponsored Bills Signed into Law - Chapter 429 - A.9859, 2000
70 11 Prime Sponsored Bills Signed into Law - Chapter 93 - A.11089, 2000
71 1 Legislative Resolutions, 1993
71 2 Legislative Resolutions, 1994
71 2.1 Legislative Resolutions, 1995
71 3 Legislative Resolutions, 1997
71 4 Legislative Resolutions, 1999
71 5 Legislative Resolutions, 2000
Series 3 - Subseries C: Voting and Attendance Records, 1991, 1993-2000.
This subseries contains the files on Voting and Attendance Records (1991, 1993-2000). These files consist of Connelly's Assembly Floor Voting Record during Regular Sessions.
Box# Folder# Title
72 1 Assembly Floor Voting Record - 1991 Regular Session
72 2 Assembly Floor Voting Record - 1993 Regular Session
72 3 Assembly Floor Voting Record - 1994 Regular Session
72 4 Assembly Floor Voting Record - 1995 Regular Session
72 5 Assembly Floor Voting Record - 1996 Regular Session
72 6 Assembly Floor Voting Record - 1997 Regular Session
72 7 Assembly Floor Voting Record - 1998 Regular Session
72 8 Assembly Floor Voting Record - 1999 Regular Session
72 9 Assembly Floor Voting Record - 2000 Regular Session
Series 4: Media Files, 1974-2000. Approximately 1.5 Linear Feet.
This series contains press releases, statements, speeches, newsclippings and newsletters covering the entirety of Connelly's Assembly career. Additional records of this type can be found throughout the collection, especially in the Subject Files and the Legislative Files series.
Series 4 - Subseries A: Press Releases and Statements, 1982-2000.
This subseries contains press releases, 1982-2000, and a small sample of statements, 1989-2000. Additional press releases and statements can be found throughout the collection, especially in the Subject Files and the Legislative Files series.
Box# Folder# Title
73 1 Press Releases, 1982
73 2 Press Releases, 1983
73 3 Press Releases, 1984
73 4 Press Releases, 1985
73 5 Press Releases, 1986
73 6 Press Releases, 1987
73 7 Press Releases, 1988
73 8 Press Releases, 1989
73 9 Press Releases, 1990
73 10 Press Releases, 1991
73 11 Press Releases, 1992
73 12 Press Releases, 1993
73 13 Press Releases, 1994
73 14 Press Releases, 1995
73 15 Press Releases, 1996
73 16 Press Releases, 1997
73 17 Press Releases, 1998
73 18 Press Releases, 1999
73 19 Press Releases, 2000
73 20 Statements, 1979, 1988-2000
Series 4 - Subseries B: Newsletters and Mailings, 1974-2000.
This subseries contains a complete run of Connelly's newsletters, 1974-2000 (Approximately 65 in all). Additional newsletters can be found throughout the collection, especially in the Subject Files and the Legislative Files series.
Box# Folder# Title
74 1 Newsletters, 1974
74 2 Newsletters, 1976
74 3 Newsletters, 1977
74 4 Newsletters, 1978
74 5 Newsletters, 1979
74 6 Newsletters, 1980
74 7 Newsletters, 1981
74 8 Newsletters, 1982
74 9 Newsletters, 1983
74 10 Newsletters, 1984
74 11 Newsletters, 1985
74 12 Newsletters, 1986
74 13 Newsletters, 1987
74 14 Newsletters, 1988
74 15 Newsletters, 1989
74 16 Newsletters, 1990
74 17 Newsletters, 1991
74 18 Newsletters, 1992
74 19 Newsletters, 1993
74 20 Newsletters, 1994
74 21 Newsletters, 1995
74 22 Newsletters, 1996
74 23 Newsletters, 1997
74 24 Newsletters, 1998
74 25 Newsletters, 1999
74 26 Newsletters, 2000
Series 4 - Subseries C: Newsclippings, 1985-2000.
This subseries contains the newsclipping files of Connelly's District Office on Staten Island (1997-2000) (Box 75). There is also a small box (about 1") of newsclippings covering 1985-1994 (Box 76). Additional newsclippings can be found throughout the collection, especially in the Subject Files and the Legislative Files series. There are also biographical newsclippings in the Biographical Files subseries of the Personal Files series.
Box# Folder# Title
75 1 District Office Press Clippings, 1997
75 2 District Office Press Clippings, 1998
75 3 District Office Press Clippings, 1999
75 4 District Office Press Clippings, 2000
76 1 Newsclippings, 1985
76 2 Newsclippings, 1986
76 3 Newsclippings, 1988
76 4 Newsclippings, 1989
76 5 Newsclippings, 1990
76 6 Newsclippings, 1991
76 7 Newsclippings, 1992
76 8 Newsclippings, 1993
76 9 Newsclippings, 1994, 2003
Series 4 - Subseries D: Speeches, 1979-1998.
This series contains one large folder of speeches and talking points covering various occasions from approximately 1979-1998.
Box# Folder# Title
77 1 Speeches, 1979-1998
Series 4 - Subseries E: Video, 1993-2002
There are three videos in the collection. Two videos are related to the Willowbrook State School. There are "Final Injunction of the Willowbrook Consent Decree, March 11, 1993," which is a tape of the hearing held at the U.S. District Court Eastern District of New York, and "Burt," which is a documentary film about the life of Burt Petrone, a former Willowbrook resident. The subseries also includes "Elizabeth A. Connelly Presents - Women of the House: A History of Women in the New York State Legislature (1996)."
Box# Folder# Title
77   "Final Injunction of the Willowbrook Consent Decree", March 11, 1993
- - VHS Format. Length: 29 minutes.
77   "Women of the House: A History of Women in the New York State Legislature", 1996
- - VHS Format. Unknown Length.
77   "Burt", 2002
- - VHS Format. 25 Minutes.
Series 5: Personal Files, 1951-1952, 1969-2003. Approximately 3.5 Linear Feet.
Series 5 - Subseries A: Invitations Accepted and Rejected, 1981-2001.
This subseries contains invitations and programs from events and award ceremonies attended by Connelly.
Box# Folder# Title
78 1 Invitations and Programs, 1981-1984
78 2 Invitations and Programs, 1985-1990
78 3 Invitations and Programs, 1991-1995
78 4 Invitations and Programs, 1996-2001
  78 5 Commencement - College of Staten Island, 2002
Series 5 - Subseries B: Biographical Files, 1951-1952, 1969-2003.
This subseries contains biographical files. These files contain information on awards and citations received by Connelly and correspondence and news clippings on Connelly's activities.
Box# Folder# Title
78.1 1 Biographical Files - Awards, 1951-1952, 1981-1986
78.1 2 Biographical Files - Awards, 1986-1990
78.1 3 Biographical Files - Awards, 1991-1993
78.1 4 Biographical Files - Awards, 1994-1996
78.1 5 Biographical Files - Awards, 1997
78.1 6 Biographical Files - Awards, 1998
78.1 7 Biographical Files - Awards, 1999
78.1 8 Biographical Files - Awards, January - September, 2000
78.1 9 Biographical Files - Awards, October 2000 - 2007, n.d.
78.1 10 Biographical Files - Awards & Citations List 1972-2002, July 8, 2002
79 1 Biographical Files - Biographical Newsclippings, 1969-1972
79 2 Biographical Files - Biographical Newsclippings, 1973-1974
79 3 Biographical Files - Biographical Newsclippings, 1975-1979
79 4 Biographical Files - Biographical Newsclippings, 1980-1981
79 5 Biographical Files - Biographical Newsclippings, 1982-1984
79 6 Biographical Files - Biographical Newsclippings, 1985-1986
79 7 Biographical Files - Biographical Newsclippings, 1987
79 8 Biographical Files - Biographical Newsclippings, 1988
79 9 Biographical Files - Biographical Newsclippings, 1989
79 10 Biographical Files - Biographical Newsclippings, 1990-1991
79 11 Biographical Files - Biographical Newsclippings, 1992
79 12 Biographical Files - Biographical Newsclippings, 1993
79 13 Biographical Files - Biographical Newsclippings, 1994
79 14 Biographical Files - Biographical Newsclippings, 1995
79 15 Biographical Files - Biographical Newsclippings, 1996
79 16 Biographical Files - Biographical Newsclippings, 1997
79 17 Biographical Files - Biographical Newsclippings, 1998
79 18 Biographical Files - Biographical Newsclippings, 1999
79 19 Biographical Files - Biographical Newsclippings, 2000
80 1 Biographical Files - Biographical Statements, 1974-2000
80 2 Biographical Files - Certificates of Election, 1974, 1976, 1994
80 3 Biographical Files - Personal Files, 1999
80 4 Biographical Files - Personal Files, 2000
80 5 Biographical Files - Personal Files, Misc., 1951-1952, 1975-1999
80 5.1 Biographical Files - Robert V. Connelly, 1997-2003
80 6 Biographical Files - T.V. Shows, 1988-1999
80 7 Committee on Committees, 1993
84   Staten Island Advance Article & Timeline, September 14, 2000
Series 6: Campaigns, c. 1980-1998. .25 Linear Feet.
This series contains information on the 1994, 1996 and 1998 re-election campaigns. There are a few items of ephemera from the 1980's and the 1992 campaigns, but no campaign files.
Box# Folder# Title
81 1 Campaigns, 1980's
81 2 Campaign, 1992
81 3 Campaign, 1994
81 4 Campaign, 1996
81 5 Campaign, 1998
81 6 Campaigns, n.d.
Series 7: Photographs. Approximately .2 Linear Feet.
This series (Box 82) contains a small box of photographs from Connelly's Assembly career.
Box# Folder# Title
82 1 Connelly Scrapbook Photographs #1-10, 1974-1984
82 2 Connelly Scrapbook Photographs #11-20, 1974-1984
82 3 Connelly Scrapbook Photographs #21-30, 1974-1984
82 4 Connelly Scrapbook Photographs #31-40, 1974-1984
82 5 Connelly Scrapbook Photographs #41-50, 1974-1984
82 6 Connelly Scrapbook Photographs #51-60, 1974-1984
82 7 Connelly Scrapbook Photographs #61-70, 1974-1984
82 8 Connelly Scrapbook Photographs #71-80, 1974-1984
82 9 Connelly Scrapbook Photographs #81-90, 1974-1984
82 10 Connelly Scrapbook Photographs #91-99, 1974-1984
82 11 Dedication of Connelly Community Resource Center, 1987
82 12 Capital Close-up, 1988
82 13 Publicity Shots, 1974-1995
82 14 Connelly Photographs - Unlabelled, from 1986-1994 Scrapbook, 1986-1994
82 15 Connelly Photographs - Dated (or from 1995-1997 Scrapbook), 1985-1997
82 16 Women Veterans Memorial Dedication, 1998
82 17 Retirement Dinner, July 7, 2000
82 18 Photographs - Various, 1987, n.d.
Series 8: Scrapbooks, 2000. Approximately .5 Linear Feet.
This series contains one scrapbook created for use by the Connelly family at a ceremony honoring Connelly on July 7, 2000 at the Michael J. Petrides Educational Complex on Staten Island. While some items in the scrapbook are dated after the ceremony, all items in the scrapbook were kept together.
Box# Folder# Title
83 1 Biographical Files - Presentation Program, July 7, 2000
83 2 Biographical Files - Time Line, January 14, 2000
83 3 Biographical Files - Biographical Newsclippings, Feb. 2000 - June 2000
83 4 Biographical Files - Biographical Newsclippings, July - December 2000
83 5 Biographical Files - Biographical Newsclippings, November 12, 2000
83 6 Biographical Files - Biographical Newsletter, October 2000
83 7 Biographical Files - Table Marker, July 7, 2000
Series 9: Memorabilia, 1975-1998. Approximately 2 Linear Feet.
This series contains various plaques, certificates and awards.
Box# Folder# Title
84   Proclamation, Staten Island President Ralph J. Lamberti of Elizabeth A. Connelly Day, June 4, 1987
84   Citation, Brooklyn Borough President Howard Golden honoring Elizabeth A. Connelly, October 30, 1985
84   Pen Certificate, Chapter 815 of the Laws of 1980
84   Pen Certificate, Chapter 438 of the Laws of 1994
84   Pen Certificate, Chapter 733 of the Laws of 1994
84   Pen Certificate, Chapter 530 of the Laws of 1997
84   Pen Certificate, Chapter 627 of the Laws of 1997
84   Pen Certificate, Chapter 271 of the Laws of 1994
84   Pen Certificate, Chapter 75 of the Laws of 1994
84   Pen Certificate, Chapter 477 of the Laws of 1994
85   Award - College of Staten Island Physical Therapy Program Graduates, February 20, 1998
85   Award - Staten Island Children's Council, Inc. June 11, 1983
85   Award - College of Staten Island, June 14, 1987
86   Award - College of Staten Island, 1995
86   Award - Staten Island Continuum of Education, May 7, 1985
86   Award - Tottenville High School, March 6, 1998
86   Award - International Women's Year, 1975
86   Award - Women's Council of Realtors, n.d.
87 1 Award Certificates, 1975
87 2 Award Certificates, 1977
87 3 Award Certificates, 1978
87 4 Award Certificates, 1979
87 5 Award Certificates, 1980
87 6 Award Certificates, 1981
87 7 Award Certificates, 1982
87 8 Award Certificates, 1983
87 9 Award Certificates, 1984-1985
87 10 Award Certificates, 1986-1988
87 11 Award Certificates, 1989-1991
87 12 Award Certificates, 1992-1994
87 13 Award Certificates, 1995-1997
87 14 Award Certificates, 1998-2000
87 15 Award Certificates, n.d.

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