New York (State). Governor (1959-1973 : Rockefeller)
Rockefeller, Nelson A. (Nelson Aldrich)
Nelson A. Rockefeller gubernatorial records, Hugh Morrow, Series 21
This collection contains the office files of Hugh Morrow. The files document the official activities of Hugh Morrow in the
execution of his duties as a member of Nelson A. Rockefeller's gubernatorial and vice presidential staff. The actions, decisions,
exchanges of information, and points of view documented occurred in the course of proposing and implementing policies of the
Rockefeller administration, political campaigns, or personal activities. However, unless a document is specifically addressed
to or from Nelson A. Rockefeller, or is referred to in a document addressed to him, it should not be assumed that he saw the
document or was aware of its existence or substance. Furthermore, researchers should keep in mind that staff files may contain
documents or drafts addressed to Rockefeller that were never shown to him.
This collection documents portions of Nelson A. Rockefeller's public life from 1958 to 1977. Hugh Morrow was a member of the
executive staff during Rockefeller's terms as Governor of New York and subsequently U.S. Vice President.
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