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Subject Files

Series I contains subject files compiled by the New York Road Runners Club Library arranged alphabetically. Records primarily include race programs and brochures; entry forms; newspaper and magazine clippings; press kits and media guides; and press releases.

These files document both NYRR races and other prominent races, including the Boston Marathon, Pittsburgh Marathon, London Marathon, and New Jersey Waterfront Marathon. NYRR races that are represented in this series include: the Corporate Challenge; Empire State Building Run-Up; Fifth Avenue Mile; L’eggs Mini Marathon; New York City Marathon; and the Trevira Twosome.
The NYRRC Library also maintained files on the Achilles Track Club; Fred Lebow; several track and field athletes, including Mary Decker and Frank Shorter; and New York Daily News sportswriter Eddie Coyle. This series also contains several files documenting women’s running and fitness, including safety issues related to the 1989 Central Park Jogger case. Other files document the rise of cross country running, including the International Amateur Athletic Federation (IAAF) World Cross Country Championships, 1980-1986, with particular focus on the XII IAAF World Cross Country Championship held at the Meadowlands in New Jersey, March 25, 1984 under the auspices of NYRR.

Series I also contains records on early long-distance running and track and field events that pre-date NYRR and the 1970s running boom. These files include official programs from AAU and Met AAU Track and Field Championships (1924-1948), Knights of Columbus Annual Athletic Games (1925-1949), New York Athletic Club races (1932-1967), and Millrose Games (1928-1993). Of particular note are programs, clippings, and correspondence that document Harry [Abramovitz] Abrams’ participation in C.C. Pyle’s Transcontinental Footrace, run from Los Angeles to New York (1928) and New York to Los Angeles (1929). These records also include Abrams’ original burlap race bibs from both races. Abrams was the first, and likely only, person to have run across the continental United States twice.

These files document both NYRR races and other prominent races, including the Boston Marathon, Pittsburgh Marathon, London Marathon, and New Jersey Waterfront Marathon. NYRR races that are represented in this series include: the Corporate Challenge; Empire State Building Run-Up; Fifth Avenue Mile; L’eggs Mini Marathon; New York City Marathon; and the Trevira Twosome.
The NYRRC Library also maintained files on the Achilles Track Club; Fred Lebow; several track and field athletes, including Mary Decker and Frank Shorter; and New York Daily News sportswriter Eddie Coyle. This series also contains several files documenting women’s running and fitness, including safety issues related to the 1989 Central Park Jogger case. Other files document the rise of cross country running, including the International Amateur Athletic Federation (IAAF) World Cross Country Championships, 1980-1986, with particular focus on the XII IAAF World Cross Country Championship held at the Meadowlands in New Jersey, March 25, 1984 under the auspices of NYRR.

Series I also documents early long-distance running and track and field events that pre-date NYRR and the 1970s running boom. These files include official programs from AAU and Met AAU Track and Field Championships (1924-1948), Knights of Columbus Annual Athletic Games (1925-1949), New York Athletic Club races (1932-1967), and Millrose Games (1928-1993). Of particular note are programs, clippings, and correspondence that document Harry [Abramovitz] Abrams’ participation in C.C. Pyle’s Transcontinental Footrace, run from Los Angeles to New York (1928) and New York to Los Angeles (1929). These records also include Abrams’ original burlap race bibs from both races. Abrams was the first, and likely only, person to have run across the continental United States twice.

New York Road Runners Club Library

New York Road Runners Club Library

  • NYRR 09
  • Record Group
  • 1889-2011

Materials in this record group consist of subject files, scrapbooks, books, and periodicals collected by the New York Road Runners Club Library.

New York Road Runners Club Library

New York Road Runners Photo Archives

  • NYRR 11
  • Record Group
  • 1912 - 2017

Record Group 11 consists of 5 series:

Series I. Administration
Series II. Historical Races
Series III. New York City Marathon
Series IV. Notable People
Series V. Subject Files

New York Road Runners

Awards

Series VI contains certificates, plaques, trophies and other awards presented to New York Road Runners and NYRR staff, the bulk of which date from 1975-2015. Among the awards found in this series are: the Ted Corbitt Award presented to Allan Steinfeld at the NYRRC 4th Annual Awards (1983); a plaque presented to Fred Lebow posthumously upon his induction into the National Distance Running Hall of Fame (2001); the National Running Industry Conference Running USA Her Sports Trailblazer Award presented to Mary Wittenberg (2006); and the New York Road Runners Lifetime Achievement Award presented to Jack Rudin [2011]. Of particular note is the certificate, souvenir canisters, and Joan Miro designed trophy presented to NYRR and the New York City Marathon upon receiving the Prince of Asturias Award for Sports (2014).

This series also includes finisher and participant ribbons, most of which were distributed at kids' races. Races documented include: NYRR/New York Mets Minor League Run to Home Plate (2001-2004), Continental Airlines Fifth Avenue Mile (2005), Emerald Nuts Midnight Run (2005), Japan Day Kids’ Races (2015), and France Run 8K Kids’ Races (2015). This series also includes two running trophies dating from the 1930s.

Artifacts

  • NYRR 04
  • Record Group
  • 1930-2017

Materials in this record group consist of artifacts, including textiles and 3-dimensional objects, produced by New York Road Runners. The records primarily document the New York City Marathon, but also cover other prominent NYRR races.

New York Road Runners

Armory

Armory Race: Outside the Armory 1940, 1 Runner TIF 1968, Armory beds TIF 1988; ... Championship 2002; Armory Hall of Fame items; Armory/Fred Lebow Hall, JPEG files 72 and 300 DPI, client NYRR 1/24/2004; Armory/Marathon Hall, JPEG files, client: NYCC 1/24/2004; Thursday Night at the Armory

Miscellaneous

NYRR 40th Anniversary party; Fred Lebow; Gracie Mansion 1976; Kurt Steiner giving instructions to runners; NYPC club members; old photos from the 50s (?) of George Hirsch (?); 2nd Ave Fair, etc.

Steiner, Kurt

Miscellaneous events: Perrier NYRRC Official portrait 1980; Kurt Steiner at the 100 Miler undated; Miscellaneous races and events: Kurt Steiner and Jen in Kava 1951; Korea January 31, 1953; Kurt Steiner and Jen in Tokyo in 1952; Cartoon of Kurt Steiner; Pensacola 5k 1992; Miscellaneous races and events: Cross Country race November 28, 1976; Kurt Steiner with Fred Lebow 1980; Kurt Steiner and Elizabeth Philips accepting award undated; Kurt Steiner, Ted Corbitt, and Joe Kleinerman at Joe Kleinerman's 75th Birtherday Party 1987

Corbitt, Ted

Helsinki Olympic Marathon 1952; Helsinki Marathon at 1952 Olympics; NYC 59th St near 6th Ave, September 1956; New York Pioneer Club (NYPC) postal matches vs. GMC and Goteburg (Sweden) Marathon Club; John Sterner, Tom O'Brien, Gordon MacKenzie; Van Cortland Park, Bronx, NY; Cathedral "10 Mile" Handicap Run, April 12, 1958 just before RRC was organized, Nat Cirulnick, Boston, MA; Ted Corbitt with Pioneer runners and headshot; London to Brighton Race 1969; American Record 24th Race; NYC Marathon 1999; Walton-on-Thames Track 50-Mile Race; set record 5:53; Sri Chinmoy 100 Mile Race; Ted Corbitt, Ann Trason, and husband Carl Anderson; 24 Hour Run; Miscellaneous non-running photographs, Joe Kleinerman, Ted Corbitt (1st President), Vince Ciapetta (5th President); Headshot and event photos, Corbitt Portrain Reception, Tegla and Sarah Yaster; Boston Marathon

Miscellaneous races

J. Sterner at Helsinki Games where he called a meeting and formed RRC, NY Association, 1952; L'eggs Mini; Sri Chinmoy; Developmental Run; Corporate Challenge, etc.

Kelley, John

John Kelley winning the Yonkers Marathon 1956; John Kelley in the 1981 NYC Marathon; John Kelley at awards ceremony for the NYC Marathon 1981

New York Road Runners Newsletters

Series I contains an incomplete run of newsletters published by New York Road Runners (NYRR) between 1959 and 2015. Published under several names, the NYRR newsletter was America’s oldest publication on running. First published as the Road Runners Club, New York Association Newsletter (1959-1977), it was briefly named the New York Road Runners Club Newsletter before transitioning to a magazine format as New York Running News (1979-1997). In August/September 1997, the title was changed again to New York Runner (1997-2015). Over time, the newsletter has undergone various format changes, beginning as an in-house typed newsletter published by NYRR founder Ted Corbitt to a newspaper format in the 1970s and finally as a magazine. From Fall 2014 – Fall 2015, New York Runner was also published in digital format and available via NYRR's website. New York Runner ceased publication following the Fall 2015 issue. Volume and issue numbering of newsletters is inconsistent and titling reflects the original numbering.

The newsletters contain a variety of information including: race results; training tips for runners; local club news; and profiles of NYRR members and elite runners. Newsletters from the 1960s also contain early membership rosters. The official New York City Marathon guide/program as well as the Marathon Results magazine were typically published as issues of the newsletter and contain the complete finisher list. This series also contains several issues of New York Running News and New York Runner labeled as editorial copies, some of which include editorial annotations.

Other publications in this series consist of What’s Happening (1979-1992), The Rundown (2000-2003), NYRR in the Loop (2003-2008), and NYRR Races (2003-2009) newsletters, as well as the monthly membership mailer (1993-1995). These newsletters and mailers were sent to NYRR members and include calendars and information on NYRR races, events, running classes and clinics, as well as race entry forms.

New York Road Runners

Road Runners Club of America Publications

Series IV consists of publications produced by the Road Runners Club of America (RRCA). These include an incomplete run of various iterations of its newsletter, Road Runners Club Newsletter (1961), R.R.C. Footnotes (1963-1967), and FootNotes (1990-1999). Other publications include the 1974 and 1978 versions of the RRCA Handbook and issues of Long Distance Log (1958-1961, 1967).

Road Runners Club of America (RRCA)

Publications

  • NYRR 02
  • Record Group
  • 1958-2016

Materials in this record group consist of publications produced by New York Road Runners from 1958 to 2016, including newsletters and inserts; event calendars; race programs, brochures, participant handbooks; as well as publications and newsletters of the Road Runners Club of America.

New York Road Runners

NYRR History, folder 3

Relay team: Allan Steinfeld, Mike Alber, Fred Lebow; Percy W. Cerutty and John Sterner just after the founding of the RRC; Six Day Race with Fred Lebow and Allan Steinfeld; USA/TAC National X/C Championship 1982; Steven Wald running in Russia

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