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It is  and our Summer 2017 issue includes "A People's Convention," a story of how the 1938 New York State Constitutional...
12/15/2022

It is and our Summer 2017 issue includes "A People's Convention," a story of how the 1938 New York State Constitutional Convention took its cues from global events and history.
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Need gifts ideas for ? Consider a gift subscription to New York Archives. Available in print and digital formats, it bri...
12/12/2022

Need gifts ideas for ? Consider a gift subscription to New York Archives. Available in print and digital formats, it brings fascinating stories of our state's past to light with engaging articles and award-winning design: https://loom.ly/fRVepeU

It's . "Records of Human Rights" by Pamela M. Graham in our Winter 2015 issue shows records relating to human rights and...
12/10/2022

It's . "Records of Human Rights" by Pamela M. Graham in our Winter 2015 issue shows records relating to human rights and tells how New York has played a vital role in the human rights movement. Order the back issue here:https://loom.ly/mopgsAQ

Who owns a photo of your face? Author Bruce Dearstyne and Vice Chair of the Historical Society of the NY Courts Hank Gre...
12/09/2022
Who Owns a Photo of Your Face: The Right to Privacy and the Courts

Who owns a photo of your face? Author Bruce Dearstyne and Vice Chair of the Historical Society of the NY Courts Hank Greenberg discuss the 1902 landmark decision Roberson v. Rochester Folding-Box Company.
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This session will explore the 1902 landmark decision Roberson v. Rochester Folding-Box Company. 17-year-old Abigail Roberson went to court to stop a company ...

Looking for a  gift for a  lover? If you’re a supporter of the Archives Partnership Trust and/or subscriber to the magaz...
12/05/2022

Looking for a gift for a lover? If you’re a supporter of the Archives Partnership Trust and/or subscriber to the magazine, you can order THE BEST OF NEW YORK ARCHIVES from SUNY Press at a big discount. Use code XAPT to get the volume for $39 - 35% off the cover price. To order, visit sunypress.edu/p-6404-the-best-of-new-york-archives.aspx

“It wasn’t a great canal,” writes Christopher Romanchock in his new thesis ( Pace University ) on the “difficult birth” ...
12/01/2022

“It wasn’t a great canal,” writes Christopher Romanchock in his new thesis ( Pace University ) on the “difficult birth” and “scandalous death” of NY’s Genesee Valley Canal. Our Hackman Research Residency Program supported his research, and can do so for you! Deadline 1/15/23: https://loom.ly/43u32Xk

November 30th is  Shirley (1924-2005) was the first Black woman elected to the United States Congress. She represented N...
11/30/2022

November 30th is
Shirley (1924-2005) was the first Black woman elected to the United States Congress. She represented New York’s 12th congressional district from 1969-1983. Chisholm was also the first Black woman to seek the nomination for United States President. NYS Bill and Veto Jackets: 2005, Chapter 445 sets Shirley Chisholm's birthday, November 30th, as a day of commemoration.
Check out the Chapter 445 document and more like it on ConsidertheSourceNY.org [Topic - Women]

With your support, the Archives Partnership Trust can expand access to resources at the State Archives via initiatives l...
11/29/2022

With your support, the Archives Partnership Trust can expand access to resources at the State Archives via initiatives like ConsidertheSourceNY.org, the Diversity and Collaborative Knowledge Program, NY Archives Magazine and Speaker Series https://loom.ly/sNM00v4

November is  and we're honoring Iroquois culture. Our Spring 2019 article, "Many Legacies," reflects on Lewis Henry Morg...
11/17/2022

November is and we're honoring Iroquois culture. Our Spring 2019 article, "Many Legacies," reflects on Lewis Henry Morgan and Ely S. Parker’s chance encounter that helped bring attention to the Iroquois and how they hoped to save their land.
You can read this article here: https://loom.ly/4uOJ3Kk
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Reminder! NOVEMBER 15 @ 12:30pm Scott Fein of Rockefeller Institute of Government and Whiteman Osterman & Hanna  and Tom...
11/14/2022

Reminder! NOVEMBER 15 @ 12:30pm Scott Fein of Rockefeller Institute of Government and Whiteman Osterman & Hanna and Tom Ruller of New York State Archives will be discussing Scott's new book, "Immigration: Key to the Future — The Benefits of Resettlement to Upstate New York." REGISTER NOW: https://loom.ly/KxNQEf4

November 12th is  and we're celebrating her as an American writer and activist who was a leader of the women's rights mo...
11/12/2022

November 12th is and we're celebrating her as an American writer and activist who was a leader of the women's rights movement in the U.S. during the mid to late 19th century. This photo from our Winter 2015 issue shows Stanton (seated left) and Susan B. Anthony (right).
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This , we're looking back to the , America's "2nd War of Independence." Learn how New Yorkers prevented a British invasi...
11/11/2022
Defending Gotham in 1814: Why New York City is NOT the Home of the Star-Spangled Banner

This , we're looking back to the , America's "2nd War of Independence." Learn how New Yorkers prevented a British invasion in "Defending Gotham in 1814: Why New York City is NOT the Home of the Star-Spangled Banner." https://loom.ly/iW3jQcw

Host Richard Comstock and author Richard V. Barbuto discuss the defense of New York City during the War of 1812. Learn how New Yorkers prevented a British i...

Did you know New York's 2nd Constitution (1821) provided state funding for education for the 1st time, establishing  a c...
11/09/2022

Did you know New York's 2nd Constitution (1821) provided state funding for education for the 1st time, establishing a common school fund? Read up in our Spring 2022 issue on NY constitutional history and conventions that brought about change! Back issues: https://loom.ly/_YmSNE0

Join us NOVEMBER 15 @ 12:30pm as Scott Fein of Rockefeller Institute of Government and Whiteman Osterman & Hanna  and To...
11/04/2022

Join us NOVEMBER 15 @ 12:30pm as Scott Fein of Rockefeller Institute of Government and Whiteman Osterman & Hanna and Tom Ruller of New York State Archives peer through the historical lens to examine how refugees have contributed to / rejuvenated their communities: https://loom.ly/KxNQEf4

November is  and we're honoring Oneida culture.   Our Summer 2013 article, "How Native Americans Beat the British Navy,"...
11/02/2022

November is and we're honoring Oneida culture. Our Summer 2013 article, "How Native Americans Beat the British Navy," recounts the Oneida viewpoint of the War of 1812 and how the "mighty" British Navy was defeated.
Order back issues here: https://loom.ly/mopgsAQ

TONIGHT! Join us @ 7PM as ESAHA 2022 Honoree Lonnie Bunch and Host Harold Holzer sit down for an intimate armchair conve...
11/01/2022

TONIGHT! Join us @ 7PM as ESAHA 2022 Honoree Lonnie Bunch and Host Harold Holzer sit down for an intimate armchair conversation re: things that really matter to public historians when it comes to crafting an engaging narrative of the American experience: https://loom.ly/nXl6jLM
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Albany Times Union writer Katherine Kiessling interviewed Smithsonian  Secretary and 2022 Archives History Award honoree...
10/31/2022
Smithsonian chief Lonnie Bunch coming to Albany for archives award

Albany Times Union writer Katherine Kiessling interviewed Smithsonian Secretary and 2022 Archives History Award honoree Lonnie G. Bunch III. In this article, Kiessling talks with Lonnie and discusses his storied career. Join us November 1st to continue the conversation.
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Lonnie G. Bunch III, the first Black person and historian to be the secretary of the...

Our fall issue is out now! You can see the highlighted article from this issue here: https://loom.ly/9olN0Lc Subscribe n...
10/26/2022

Our fall issue is out now! You can see the highlighted article from this issue here: https://loom.ly/9olN0Lc Subscribe now so you can get your copy while the ink is still fresh and has that hot-off-the-press smell we love so much! (Is that just an us thing?) https://loom.ly/fRVepeU

SPONSOR SPOTLIGHT: Hodgson Russ LLP Will we see you in the audience November 1?  https://loom.ly/C90THVM
10/24/2022

SPONSOR SPOTLIGHT: Hodgson Russ LLP Will we see you in the audience November 1? https://loom.ly/C90THVM

Smithsonian’s Lonnie Bunch is known for sharing his love of history and “encouraging a national conversation about the i...
10/20/2022

Smithsonian’s Lonnie Bunch is known for sharing his love of history and “encouraging a national conversation about the importance and contemporary meaning of the past.” On November 1, be it in-person or livestream, let’s make history together: https://loom.ly/nXl6jLM | Behan Communications, Inc. | Spectrum | Crowne Plaza Albany- The Desmond Hotel | Greenberg Traurig, LLP | HISTORY | Hodgson Russ LLP | Humanities New York| Lamar Advertising Company | Times Union | WMHT Public Media | KeyBank | Capital InteriorScapes | Janney Montgomery Scott LLC | Keeler Motor Car Company | Clinton County Historical Association | Everson Museum of Art | GHHN | Historic Huguenot Street | John Brown Lives! Friends of Freedom | Michigan Street African American Heritage Corridor | Museum Association of New York | Museum of the City of New York | New York State Writers Institute | Roberson Museum and Science Center | Underground Railroad Education Center

It's LGBT Center Awareness Day and we're reflecting on history, seeing how far we've come, and how far we have to go. Ou...
10/19/2022

It's LGBT Center Awareness Day and we're reflecting on history, seeing how far we've come, and how far we have to go. Our Summer 2017 issue featured an "Archives Around NY" highlighting the LGBT Community Center National Archive and the value of its records to researchers. Browse the records here: https://loom.ly/U4LcELY Order the back issue here: https://loom.ly/Fq26Z7w

TWO WEEKS AWAY - join us! https://loom.ly/SmEx4lYBehan Communications, Inc. | Spectrum | Crowne Plaza Albany- The Desmon...
10/17/2022
2022 Empire State Archives & History Award

TWO WEEKS AWAY - join us! https://loom.ly/SmEx4lY
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Join us November 1, 2022, as the New York State Archives and Archives Partnership Trust honors Secretary of the Smithsonian Lonnie G. Bunch III with the 2022...

Who owns a photo of your face? Join us online OCTOBER 18 @ 12:30PM to explore the 1902 landmark decision Roberson v. Roc...
10/14/2022

Who owns a photo of your face? Join us online OCTOBER 18 @ 12:30PM to explore the 1902 landmark decision Roberson v. Rochester Folding-Box Company, privacy issues that reverberate today, and the powerful role of the courts. Co-sponsored by Historical Society of the NY Courts https://loom.ly/DZoLbb0

SPONSOR SPOTLIGHT: Lamar Advertising Company Helping us broadcast this event near and far! https://loom.ly/C90THVMBehan ...
10/12/2022

SPONSOR SPOTLIGHT: Lamar Advertising Company Helping us broadcast this event near and far! https://loom.ly/C90THVM
Behan Communications, Inc. | Spectrum | Crowne Plaza Albany- The Desmond Hotel | Greenberg Traurig, LLP | HISTORY | Hodgson Russ LLP | Humanities New York | Times Union | WMHT Public Media | KeyBank | Capital InteriorScapes | Janney Montgomery Scott LLC | Keeler Motor Car Company | Clinton County Historical Association | Everson Museum of Art | GHHN | Historic Huguenot Street | John Brown Lives! Friends of Freedom | Michigan Street African American Heritage Corridor | Museum Association of New York | New York State Writers Institute | Roberson Museum and Science Center | Underground Railroad Education Center

Feliz  o Mes de la Herencia Hispana! Have you ever checked out ConsidertheSourceNY.org? You can find photos highlighting...
10/11/2022

Feliz o Mes de la Herencia Hispana! Have you ever checked out ConsidertheSourceNY.org? You can find photos highlighting Latinx history, like this one showing Mexicans registering for the U.S. Bracero Program. Check out more photos and learning activities here: https://loom.ly/x92TRrs

Who owns a photo of your face? Join us online OCTOBER 18 @ 12:30PM to explore the 1902 landmark decision Roberson v. Roc...
10/07/2022

Who owns a photo of your face? Join us online OCTOBER 18 @ 12:30PM to explore the 1902 landmark decision Roberson v. Rochester Folding-Box Company, privacy issues that reverberate today, and the powerful role of the courts. Co-sponsored by Historical Society of the NY Courts https://loom.ly/DZoLbb0

"I wanted a museum...to help people find a useful and useable history...[to] explore and wrestle with issues of today an...
10/05/2022
2022 Empire State Archives & History Award :: New York State Archives Partnership Trust

"I wanted a museum...to help people find a useful and useable history...[to] explore and wrestle with issues of today and tomorrow as well as yesterday.” ~Lonnie Bunch, founding director of Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture. Join us 11/1 to continue the conversation! https://loom.ly/nXl6jLM | Behan Communications, Inc. | Spectrum | Crowne Plaza Albany- The Desmond Hotel | Greenberg Traurig, LLP | HISTORY | Hodgson Russ LLP | Humanities New York | Lamar Advertising Company | Times Union | WMHT Public Media | KeyBank | Capital InteriorScapes | Janney Montgomery Scott LLC | Keeler Motor Car Company | Clinton County Historical Association | Everson Museum of Art | GHHN | Historic Huguenot Street | John Brown Lives! Friends of Freedom | Michigan Street African American Heritage Corridor | Museum Association of New York | Museum of the City of New York | New York State Writers Institute | Roberson Museum and Science Center | Underground Railroad Education Center

Lonnie G. Bunch III is the 14th Secretary of the Smithsonian, overseeing 21 museums, 21 libraries, the National Zoo, numerous research centers, and several education units and centers. A widely published author, Bunch has written on topics ranging from the black military experience, the American pr...

It's Italian Heritage Month and we're taking it back to 1926: The Abruzzese Society was a mutual benefit society made up...
10/03/2022

It's Italian Heritage Month and we're taking it back to 1926: The Abruzzese Society was a mutual benefit society made up of immigrants from the Abruzzi-Molise region of Italy who settled in Schenectady. This community helped shape what we know today as "The Electric City." It's in our Summer 2016 back issue. Learn more here: https://loom.ly/_YmSNE0

"Today, a dream deferred is a dream no longer." ESAHA 2022 Honoree Lonnie Bunch at the grand opening of the Smithsonian ...
09/27/2022
Director Lonnie Bunch at the NMAAHC Grand Opening Dedication Ceremony

"Today, a dream deferred is a dream no longer." ESAHA 2022 Honoree Lonnie Bunch at the grand opening of the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture in 2016: https://youtu.be/lDGii1epCeE?t=29 | Behan Communications, Inc. | Spectrum | Crowne Plaza Albany- The Desmond Hotel | Greenberg Traurig, LLP | HISTORY | Hodgson Russ LLP | Humanities New York | Lamar Advertising Company | Times Union | WMHT Public Media | KeyBank | Capital InteriorScapes | Janney Montgomery Scott LLC | Keeler Motor Car Company | Clinton County Historical Association | Everson Museum of Art | GHHN | Historic Huguenot Street | John Brown Lives! Friends of Freedom | Michigan Street African American Heritage Corridor | Museum Association of New York | Museum of the City of New York | New York State Writers Institute | Roberson Museum and Science Center | Underground Railroad Education Center

Founding Director Lonnie Bunch's remarks at the dedication and grand opening of the Smithsonian's National Museum of African American History and Culture on ...

SPONSOR SPOTLIGHT: Times Union Looking forward to making headlines together Nov 1!  https://loom.ly/C90THVM
09/21/2022

SPONSOR SPOTLIGHT: Times Union Looking forward to making headlines together Nov 1! https://loom.ly/C90THVM

It's  o Mes de la Herencia Hispana! We're celebrating prominent figures that have helped shape society as we know it tod...
09/16/2022

It's o Mes de la Herencia Hispana! We're celebrating prominent figures that have helped shape society as we know it today and taking a look back at history. Our Summer 2003 issue tells the story of Juan Miranda, a free subject of Cartagena (city in present-day Colombia), who fought to regain his freedom after being captured and enslaved by Dutch privateers in the 1730s. Miranda would be joined by the colonial Spanish governors in petitioning the courts for the freedom of Spaniards that had been enslaved in this way. Order the back issue here: nysarchivestrust.org/new-York-archives-magazine

Lonnie Bunch's many awards include the Freedom Medal (Roosevelt Institute); W.E.B. Du Bois Medal  Hutchins Center for Af...
09/15/2022

Lonnie Bunch's many awards include the Freedom Medal (Roosevelt Institute); W.E.B. Du Bois Medal Hutchins Center for African & African American Research); and National Equal Justice Award The Legal Defense Fund). November 1, we'll honor his contributions to American culture as a historian and storyteller: https://loom.ly/nXl6jLM | Behan Communications, Inc. | Spectrum | Crowne Plaza Albany- The Desmond Hotel | Greenberg Traurig, LLP | HISTORY | Hodgson Russ LLP | Humanities New York | Lamar Advertising Company | Times Union | WMHT Public Media | KeyBank | Capital InteriorScapes | Janney Montgomery Scott LLC | Keeler Motor Car Company | Clinton County Historical Association | Everson Museum of Art | GHHN | Historic Huguenot Street | John Brown Lives! Friends of Freedom | Michigan Street African American Heritage Corridor | Museum Association of New York | Museum of the City of New York | New York State Writers Institute | Roberson Museum and Science Center | Underground Railroad Education Center

Join us WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14 @ 12:30PM via Zoom for "Defending Gotham in 1814: Why New York City is NOT the Home of t...
09/12/2022

Join us WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14 @ 12:30PM via Zoom for "Defending Gotham in 1814: Why New York City is NOT the Home of the Star-Spangled Banner." REGISTER NOW! https://loom.ly/q6Mj3K8 University of Oklahoma Press

It's  and we're taking a moment to praise so many written words we've been able to read and enjoy. Take a look at this L...
09/08/2022

It's and we're taking a moment to praise so many written words we've been able to read and enjoy. Take a look at this Literacy Test for Voters (1922) we found in our Winter 2007 issue. The State Archives holds copies of these literacy tests through 1949. Check out the issue: https://loom.ly/GHvxn2g

SPONSOR SPOTLIGHT: Charter Communications. We are grateful for Spectrum's continued support of the Empire State Archives...
09/06/2022

SPONSOR SPOTLIGHT: Charter Communications. We are grateful for Spectrum's continued support of the Empire State Archives & History Award program: https://loom.ly/C90THVM

Join us in honoring Secretary of the Smithsonian  Lonnie Bunch with the 2022 Empire State Archives & History Award Novem...
09/01/2022

Join us in honoring Secretary of the Smithsonian Lonnie Bunch with the 2022 Empire State Archives & History Award November 1: https://loom.ly/C90THVM | Behan Communications, Inc. | Spectrum | Crowne Plaza Albany- The Desmond Hotel | Greenberg Traurig, LLP | HISTORY | Hodgson Russ LLP | Humanities New York | Lamar Advertising Company | Times Union | WMHT Public Media | KeyBank | Capital InteriorScapes | Janney Montgomery Scott LLC | Keeler Motor Car Company | Clinton County Historical Association | Everson Museum of Art | GHHN | Historic Huguenot Street| John Brown Lives! Friends of Freedom | Michigan Street African American Heritage Corridor | Museum Association of New York | Museum of the City of New York | New York State Writers Institute | Roberson Museum and Science Center | Underground Railroad Education Center

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The Public Library (now Buffalo & Erie County Public Library - Central Library) did much more than lend books during the Great War. Read all about it in the Fall 2018 issue of New York Archives Magazine: http://ow.ly/A6b050HkyBA
2018 State Archives Student Research Award winner Alan Wang delves into the story of how Lewis Henry Morgan and Ely S. Parker’s chance encounter in a bookstore helped bring attention to the Tonawanda Seneca’s legal fight for their land. Read his article, "Many Legacies," in the Spring 2019 issue of New York Archives Magazine: http://ow.ly/Fmiw50GnDn1
Tuesday, December 7: join us for a special New York Archives Magazine Online Speaker Series with author James M. Odato, University at Albany, SUNY. Hear the amazing story of author, advocacy journalist, disability rights activist, feminist and founder of Rochester’s Mouth magazine, Lucy Gwin. After an automobile accident left her with a brain injury, Gwin became a tireless advocate for the equal rights of people she termed "dislabled." RVSP here: http://ow.ly/iGXW50Gq93O
"The People's Records: Celebrating 50 Years of New York State Archives;" New York Archives Magazine Fall 2021 Highlights and Educator Guide; "Democracy in Action" recap. So many ways to mark and ! https://conta.cc/2Yno5cx
Have you heard of Sidney Franklin, the bullfighter from Brooklyn who transformed into a toreador in Mexico? The American Jewish Historical Society (AJHS)Sidney Franklin Collection gives a unique and surprising perspective across a range of histories. Read the Fall 2015 piece in New York Archives Magazine to learn more: http://ow.ly/LZTi50G0Jbw
Have you read "La Curación en el Norte ('The Cure' in the North)" by Amy Catania, Executive Director of Historic Saranac Lake? In the first half of the 20th century, Latin Americans traveled to Saranac Lake to treat and cure their tuberculosis, bringing Latino culture with them: http://ow.ly/FNyk50G0JKu New York Archives Magazine
400 Years Later: the Charter that Launched the Colony of New Netherland, a New York Archives Magazine Online Speaker Series with New Netherland Institute [originally aired June 3, 2021] is now available online! Watch the full recording: https://youtu.be/PgmY9pvLizk
"The Luckiest Guy in the World: My Life In Politics," a New York Archives Magazine Online Speaker Series event with former New York Attorney General Robert Abrams [originally aired April 20, 2021] is now available online! Watch the full recording: https://youtu.be/re26eux5_hg
Did you know violets were among the most popular cut flowers in the late 19th and early 20th centuries?

During that time, this fragrant flower was an integral part of the Hudson Valley economy in New York State. So much so that "Violet Belt" became a nickname in the region, with Rhinebeck, New York earning the title, “Violet Capital of the World.” By 1923, an estimated 40 million violets were being grown in Rhinebeck’s greenhouses.

The newly released summer edition of New York Archives Magazine features an article about the "Violet Capital" by Pomeroy Foundation Historian & Archivist Susan Hughes. Read it here: https://bit.ly/3wCknr4

Visit the NYS Archives Partnership Trust (New York State Archives) for information about subscribing: https://bit.ly/3vzgt0Q

Have you heard of Sidney Franklin, the bullfighter from Brooklyn? The American Jewish Historical Society (AJHS)'s Sidney Franklin Collection gives a unique and surprising perspective across a range of histories. Read the Fall 2015 piece in New York Archives Magazine to learn more: http://ow.ly/NtM750EUTyw
Have you visited The Le***an, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center National Archives in Manhattan? Featured the Summer 2017 issue of New York Archives Magazine, The Center's archives contain nearly 150 manuscript collections including photographs, posters, video and other materials. Learn more about their collections: http://ow.ly/S1Jq50EURPY
In the 1960s, Manhattan’s Chinatown suffered from both racism and a housing shortage. In the 1970s, Chinese Americans undertook the first Chinese tenants’ struggle in the city’s history. Read "We Won’t Move" by Shouyue Zhang in the Winter 2021 issue of New York Archives Magazine: http://ow.ly/OjLN50Esqh0
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