The Archives Partnership Trust - Keeping History Alive!

New York has served as a leader in confronting social, economic and political issues of broad national importance.

The New York State Archives holds many of the oldest and most important archival treasures in the nation.

The Archives Partnership Trust was founded in 1992 to build an endowment and provide project support to enhance humanities programs, increase access to these outstanding treasures, and continue the preservation of New York's historical records.

Since its founding, the Partnership Trust, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, has supported exceptional projects and programs. These include the Research Residency Program, the Student Research Awards Program, history conferences, special exhibitions, public education programs, book signings and lectures, publications, teacher training institutes, preservation projects, an Internet marketing and web-site redesign, a Membership Program and a Corporate Partners Program.

Partners In Success

Through the years, the Partnership Trust has enjoyed the confidence of many very generous friends and supporters. There are many ways to support our work, as you can read in the Trust's annual Partners in Success report.

Partners in Success 2011-2012

Partners in Success 2010-11 (PDF)

Partners in Success 2009-10 (PDF) 

 

If you are unable to view PDFs, please call the Trust office at (518) 473-7091or e-mail aptrust@mail.nysed.gov to get a copy of the Annual Report.

Thank you for helping us keep New York's history alive!