We provide access to over 100,000 cubic feet of archival records of New York State government. Visit our research room, or contact us for research assistance.
We help New York State agencies manage their records. We offer free workshops, advisory services, scheduling and appraisal, and low-cost storage of inactive records.
We provide advisory services, publications, workshops, and grants for local governments. All resources are provided free of charge.
We assist libraries, archives, historical societies, museums, and other institutions that care for historical records through the Documentary Heritage Program (DHP).
We provide resources and training for teachers who use historical records in the classroom, and we offer the Student Research Award for students who perform research using historical records.
Attica Uprising and Aftermath: Selected Documents from Office of the Attorney General
Dutch Records Digitization Project and Record Availability
Historical Records Theft: Strategies for Prevention and Response
Statewide Archival and Preservation Services
Monday-Saturday 9:30 am - 4:30 pm Closed on all State holidays
Closed Saturday, December 24, and December 31, 2016
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The New York State Archives is part of the Office of Cultural Education, an office of the New York State Education Department.