Bundle of 19th century court records stored at the Surrogate Court Building 31 Chambers Street New York NY.
Tri-folded legal documents were boxed in New York City and transferred to NYS Archives in Albany.
Pre-1847 court orders with the seal of the Supreme Court of Judicature. Documents were unfolded and prepared for transfer to NYS Archives.
Bound transcriptions of the Court of Chancery documents were re-housed in archival quality bags to protect them during transfer to the NYS Archives.
Movers unload a shipment of court records at the New York State Archives. The standard records boxes protect the records during the move.
Boxes of Court records are moved on pallets to the State Archives storage area at the Cultural Education Center in Albany.
Boxes of 19th century court records preserved in climate controlled storage at the New York State Archives where they will be accessible for research.
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