Memo on the implementation of New York State's Fair Housing Law (1961).


Description: The Metcalf-Baker Fair Housing Law was passed in 1961 and barred discrimination in private housing In New York State. This memo details the provisions of this legislation, and discusses how it will be implemented.

Date: April 14, 1961

Creator: Unknown (New York State Committee on Discrimination in Housing)

Original Format: Black and White photocopy, 8.5 x 11 inches

Citation: Metropolitan Council on Housing Records, TAM 173, Box 23, Folder 19, Tamiment Library and Wagner Labor Archive. Digital ID = tam173_ref417_000001_1d 


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 Flyer against the Lower Manhattan Expressway (circa 1961).  

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 Committee to Save Our City's Homes demonstration on rent control and repair violations demonstration at City Hall (1963).


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