Rockefeller Archive Center
Nelson A. Rockefeller personal papers, Politics - Oscar M. Ruebhausen, Series J.3, 1967-1970
This series contains a portion of the files of Oscar M. Ruebhausen. They were created primarily during Ruebhausen's service as head of DNA, a research organization for Nelson Rockefeller founded by Roswell Perkins that Ruebhausen headed during Governor Rockefeller's run for the Republican presidential nomination in 1968. Some of the materials also cover Rockefeller's gubernatorial reelection campaign in 1970. The majority of these documents may also be found in other Nelson Rockefeller-related series, specifically within Series G: DNA of Rockefeller's personal papers Series 17: Issue Books of Rockefeller's Gubernatorial records.
Ford Foundation records, Education and Culture Program, Office Files of Linn F.C. Cary, 1962-1985
Files span Cary's career at Ford and the variety of roles and activities.
Nelson A. Rockefeller gubernatorial records, Counsel's Office, Series 10, 1958-1966
The primary responsibility of Counsel to the Governor was to translate the Governor's programs into law. The counsel's staff ensured that bills were correctly drafted, and helped to stop bills that were antithetical to the Governor's programs from being enacted. Bills in the Governor's annual legislative program were drafted by the Counsel's Office to ensure that they reflected the Governor's views. Drafting work was divided among assistant counsels, roughly according to subject matter. The Counsel's staff also reviewed bills drafted by other agencies. Governor Rockefeller was not directly involved in this work, concentrating instead on broad policy matters. During Governor Rockefeller's administrations, the Counsel was one of three people, along with the Secretary to the Governor and the Budget Director, on whom he relied most heavily for administration and program development.
Russell Sage Foundation records, 1879-2002, bulk 1907-2000, bulk 1907-2000
The Russell Sage Foundation records consist of correspondence, office files, reports, grant proposals, publications, photographs, and some digital media materials documenting the Foundation's activities during the years 1879-2002, with the bulk of the material from 1907-2000.
William E. Davis photographs, Series 1068, 1956-1982
The William E. Davis photographs include portraits, candids and informal images of Winthrop Rockefeller and his immediate family, as well as Winthrop Paul Rockefeller and his immediate family. There is a small selection of images of conferences attended by Winthrop Rockefeller. The collection also contains extensive images of Winrock Farms including buildings, crops, employeees, parties, and cattle sales and receptions.
Commonwealth Fund records, International Program in Health Care Policy, (IHP), SG 3, Series 14, 1925-2006
This series documents the administration of the International Program in Health Care Policy (IHP) including records documenting symposiums, conferences and workshops, program planning, correspondence and reports and chronological files, as well as records of the associated fellowship programs including the Harkness Fellowships, Atlantic Fellowships and Ian Axford (New Zealand) Fellowships. The bulk of the material represented in this series spans the 1990s through the early 2000s.
John Lesh Jacobs papers, Accession 2014:025
Primarily contains reprints, articles and biographical material.
Stacy May papers, 1919-1972, bulk 1940-1965
This collection documents Stacy May's career as an economist and more particularly, as an economic consultant and advisor to the Rockefeller family. It includes personal letters, correspondence, papers, speeches, reports, bound reports, and publications.