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The Harold A. Jerry, Jr. papers consist of 11.09 cubic feet and date from 1952-1995. The collection contains correspondence, articles, press releases, environmental studies and field reports, legislation, meeting minutes, summaries, agendas, clippings, writings, report drafts and miscellaneous publications on the Adirondacks created and compiled during service with various New York State agencies, commissions, and environmental organizations. Jerry's involvement with the Temporary Study Commission on the Future of the Adirondacks led to the development of the Adirondack Park Agency. He later played a prominent role in the Commission on the Adirondacks in the Twenty-First Century.
Land-use, Adirondack Park Agency, Rockefeller, Adirondacks, Development
Golebiewski, Matthew, "Harold A. Jerry, Jr. Papers, 1952-1995" (2019). Finding Aids. 39.