Hugh L. Carey, who led the state as governor during the fiscal crisis of the 1970s, died at his Shelter Island home on Aug. 7. He was 92.
Shredded paper floats down on lower Manhattan's Broadway as Gov. Hugh L. Carey joins New York Yankee Reggie Jackson and hisr teammates aboard a flatbed truck during a ticker tape parade. (Oct. 19, 1978)
Gov. George Pataki, right, and former Gov. Hugh Carey talk during an Arbor Day ceremony at the Executive Mansion in Albany. (April 24, 1996)
Former Gov. Hugh L Carey in his law office. (March 15, 1985)
Gov. Hugh L. Carey stands with Yankee slugger Reggie Jackson, at left on truck, during a ticker tape parade for the Yankees on Broadway in lower Manhattan. (Oct. 19, 1978)
With their ears covered to muffle construction noises, New York City Mayor Edward I. Koch and Gov. Hugh Carey attempt to communicate with gestures during ceremonies marking the start of construction of Battery Park City in lower Manhattan. (Dec. 3, 1981)
Mayor Edward Koch draws New York State's Democratic Gov. Hugh Carey, left, and Republican gubernatorial challenger Perry Duryea, right, closer together at the start of a parade honoring the New York Yankees. (Oct. 19, 1978)
New York's Cardinal Terence Cook shakes hands with Gov. Hugh L. Carey as New York City Mayor Edward Koch looks on after a special Mass at St. Patrick's Cathedra in Manhattan. (May 12, 1979)
Mayor Edward Koch, left, and Gov. Hugh Carey share the podium at City Hall. (June 4, 1981)
New York Gov. Hugh Carey pauses to greet Ethel Kennedy. (Feb. 23, 1978)
Felix Rohatyn, left, head of New York State's Municipal Assistance Corp., gestures during a news conference at Kennedy Airport as Gov. Hugh L. Carey, center, and Mayor Abraham Beame listen. (Dec. 28, 1976)
New York Gov. Hugh L. Carey, center, flanked by Felix Rohatyn, left, chairman of the New York State Municipal Assistance Corp., and State Comptroller Arthur Levitt, meet with White House officials in Washington, as they seek financial help for New York City. (Nov. 14, 1975)
New York Gov. Hugh L. Carry, center, answers reporters' questions during a news conference in New York on Thursday, Oct. 16, 1975, while New York City Mayor Abraham Beame, right, and big Mac Chairman Felix Rohatyn, left, look on.
U.S. President Jimmy Carter exchanges a few words with New York Gov. Hugh Carey. (Oct. 20, 1980)
After proclaiming January 15 as Martin Luther King Day, Gov. Hugh Carey of New York unveiled a hanging sculpture that depicts the cart used in the funeral for King in Albany, New York Jan. 15, 1981.
New York Gov. Hugh Carey visits Frank Sinatra backstage at the Uris Theater. (Sept. 1985)
Gov. Hugh Carey, right, cuts ribbon at New York South Street Seaport Museum. (June 3, 1976)
Gov. Hugh Carey, right, embraces newly-elected New York City Mayor Edward Koch. (Nov. 9, 1977)
Gov. Hugh Carey, left, Mayor Ed Koch, center, and New York Fire Commissioner Augustus A. Beekman participate in a memorial ceremony for six Brooklyn firemen who died when the roof of a burning supermarket collapsed. (Oct. 17, 1978)
Former New York Gov. Hugh Carey arrives at Gracie Mansion for the wedding of former Mayor Rudolph Giuliani. (May 24, 2003)
New York Gov. Hugh Carey, left, listens to CBS-TV news anchorman Walter Cronkite. (April 25, 1978)
Former New York governors Mario Cuomo, left and Hugh L. Carey. (Jan. 7, 2009)