Interview clips from the CSEA 100 Project to commemorate the union's 100th anniversary in 2010. Clips are from interviews with H. Carl McCall, Joseph Persico, Elizabeth Moore, Joe Dolan, Mel Osterman, and Marty Langer.
Beulah Bailey Thull served as the 11th president of the Civil Service Employees Association (CSEA) from 1934 until 1935. Under her presidency the first chapter of the Association was formed in New York City. Thull was a major proponent of the Group Accident and Sickness Plan.(8 x 10 in. photograph)
William M. Thomas served as the 1st president of the Civil Service Employees Association (CSEA) from 1910 until 1918. Thomas urged lawmakers to provide state employees tenure protection, appropriate salaries, and adequate retirement benefits.(8 x 10 in. photograph)
Former U.S. President Bill Clinton, left, at the Civil Service Employees Association's 2001 Annual Delegates Meeting in Buffalo, NY. Clinton is holding a denim shirt and a glass bowl on a pedestal that were gifts from CSEA. Also shown are CSEA Statewide Secretary Barbara Reeves (partially blocked) and CSEA President Danny Donohue.(5 x 7 in. photograph)
Civil Service Employees Association (CSEA) President Danny Donohue introduces United States Senator Hillary Clinton at CSEA's endorsement of Clinton for United States president, saying she is the right candidate at a moment of great need. This image appeared in the September 2007 issue of the CSEA's monthly publication, The Work Force.(8 x 10 in. photograph)
From left to right, CSEA Central Region President Jim Moore, Nassau Comptroller Peter King, CSEA Long Island Region President Danny Donohue, CSEA Southern Region President Pat Mascioli, New York City Council President Carol Bellamy, and CSEA Metropolitan Region President George Boncoraglio posing in the middle of the street at the 1986 New York City Labor Parade.(5 x 7 in. photograph)
CSEA members holding signs at a protest staged at a highway groundbreaking. The signs read, "Show some respect," "Where's George?" "Where's King George?" and "We're still here doing the work making you look good."(8 x 10 in. photograph)
AFSCME President Gerald McEntee holds up a sign stating, "Giambra, you're fired" at a Civil Service Employees Association (CSEA) Erie County rally against big business taking over county services held on September 29, 2005. Gerald McEntee is standing in front of the Erie County Office Building where County Executive Joel Giambra's office is located.
From left to right, Civil Service Employees Association (CSEA) Western Region President Flo Tripi, Metropolitan Region President George Boncoraglio, Statewide President Danny Donohue, AFSCME President Gerald McEntee, Statewide Treasurer Maureen Malone, and Southern Region President Diane Hewitt march with a large CSEA banner in an Erie County protest against big business taking over county services on September 29, 2005.