Processed in 2016 by unprocessed.
Per the memorandum of agreement, this entire collection is closed until June 2021 and constituent case files will be closed until June 2041.
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All items in this collection were transferred to the University Libraries, M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives by the New York City District Office of Congressman Weiner in2011.
Preferred citation for this material is as follows:
Identification of specific item, series, box, folder, Anthony Weiner Papers, 1999-2010. M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives, University Libraries, University at Albany, State University of New York (hereafter referred to as the Weiner Papers).
A Democrat, Anthony Weiner served New York's 9th Congressional district from January 1999 until June 2011.
This collection contains subject files, clippings, constituent files, and files about community organizations within Congressman Weiner's district.
The collection is unprocessed and is likely disorganized. Individual items may be difficult to find.