New York City Municipal Archives
The New York City Municipal Archives was founded in 1950. It holds historical records of New York City's government. The earliest record is from the seventeenth century. There are 160,000 cubic feet (4,500 m3) of records on paper and microfilm. The collection has manuscripts, still and moving images, ledgers, vital records, maps, blueprints, and city directories. The archive is located in the Surrogate's Courthouse on Chambers Street in Manhattan.
- Municipal Archives, retrieved 2013-04-07