Zero from the Air
Learn about the role of technology in response and recovery efforts after the 9/11 World Trade Center Attacks
A Century of Stewardship: Conservation and the Capitol Fire of 1911
On March 29, 1911 a fire swept through the New York State Capitol destroying extensive portions of the State Library and State Museum, and leaving thousands of burned, water-, and smoke-damaged documents. Learn how conservators at the New York State Archives are working to preserve these fragile materials.
The Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire and its Legacy
Learn how the 1911 Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire resulted in safety reforms for workers across New York.
Digital Images, Audio, and Video
View digitized materials from the holdings of the New York State Archives. Our image collections also include select materials from archival partners around New York State.
Online Resources for Teachers and
Includes digitized documents and images from the New York State Archives and other repositories around the country. Includes classroom activities for teachers designed to meet New York State education standards.
New York State Hall of Governors
On January 4, 2012 Governor Andrew Cuomo unveiled the recently renovated Hall of Governors in the New York State Capitol building. Select treasures from the New York State Archives, Museum, and Library are on display in this exhibit, which is free and open to the public. An online compenent is available for those who cannot visit the Capitol in person.