The New York office is not specifically listed in the Guide to Federal Records for the Dept. of Housing & Urban Renewal, but they may be included with the general records. www.archives.gov/research/guide-fed-records/groups/207.htm
There is mention of motion picture films for NY in the 1960's. All motion picture records are at NARA College Park, MD. They probably also have the majority of the other records from this department.
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The United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) was established September 9, 1965. We searched the National Archives Catalog and the only record series we could locate that was created by HUD’s Region II (New York) office is Systematic and Secretary Initiated Complaint Case Files, 1976 - 1999 in the General Records of the Department of Housing and Urban Development (Record Group 207).
We also locate records relating to urban renewal in New York during the 1950s and 1960s. Record Group 207 includes 169 record series created by HUD and its predecessor agencies from the 1950s and 1960s, of which 38 record series mention urban renewal in the Catalog description. Of these 38, 10 record series were created by the Urban Renewal Administration (12/23/1954 - 9/9/1965) and its components.
In addition, we located 2 record series in the Records of the Federal Housing Administration (Record Group 31) and 3 record series in the Records of the Public Housing Administration (Record Group 196) with records relating to urban renewal.
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