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The Records of the CPCU Society – New York Chapter are now available for research at the Davis Library, St. John’s University Manhattan Campus. For more information please visit our website, or contact us to make an appointment to visit the archives.

The Society of Chartered Property and Casualty Underwriters (CPCU) was founded in 1944 in the interest of promoting professional ethics through fellowship and continuing education. Members are required to pass CPCU examinations, meet experience qualifications, and uphold the Society’s code of professional ethics. In 1994, the organization became known as the CPCU Society. The New York chapter was established on March 5, 1945. The chapter co-sponsors meetings with other professional insurance organizations and sponsors educational forums and other events that advance continuing professional development.

These records include meeting minutes and agendas from monthly Board of Directors and Officers meetings, correspondence, memoranda, press releases, reports, newsletters, programs and other publications generated by the New York chapter, other chapters, and the national organization. The collection also includes photographs and awards.

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