The Constitution of the State of New York, Adopted in Convention the Tenth Day of September, One Thousand Nine Hundred and Fifteen

By: State of New York Constitutional Convention, 1915

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Lightly rubbed, minor abrasion to front corner. 1915 Full-Leather. 86, [8] ff. Folio. A lavish commemoration of the ability of those in government to accomplish nothing: The 1915 New York Constitutional Convention was the seventh state convention, and the first of three during the 20th century. It proposed numerous changes to the constitution, none of which were adopted (though they were reintroduced with some success about ten years later). As was customary with such endeavors, though, each of the 168 delegates received a personalized, leather-bound copy of the constitution as a memento - this volume belonged to Hon. John Parmenter, a Republican from the 42nd Senate District.

Title: The Constitution of the State of New York, Adopted in Convention the Tenth Day of September, One Thousand Nine Hundred and Fifteen

Author: State of New York Constitutional Convention, 1915

Categories: Political Science, New York, Americana,

Publisher: J.B. Lyon Company, Printers: 1915

Binding: Full-Leather

Book Condition: Very Good

Jacket Condition: No Jacket

Seller ID: 2058948

Keywords: NEW YORK STATE HISTORY GOVERNMENT POLITICAL NY CONSTITUTION CONSTITUTIONAL DOCUMENT CONVENTION 1915 LOCAL AMERICANA AMERICAN,