Find 12451 archives. Archives maintain vital, family, and genealogy records, including birth, death, marriage, and divorce records.
Columbia County Clerk's Records Archive 560 Warren Street Hudson NY 12534 9.2 miles from 12451 518-828-3339
Ulster County Hall Of Records Archive 300 Foxhall Avenue Kingston NY 12401 25.6 miles from 12451 845-340-3415
Albany County Finance Department Tax Records Archive 112 State Street Albany NY 12207 25.8 miles from 12451 518-447-7082
Albany County Clerks Records Archive 16 Eagle Street Albany NY 12207 26.0 miles from 12451 518-487-5120
Albany New York State Records Archive 1220 Washington Avenue Albany NY 12226 26.9 miles from 12451 518-457-3171
Albany County Hall of Records Archive 95 Tivoli Street Albany NY 12207 27.0 miles from 12451 518-436-3663
Menands Vital Records Archive 800 North Pearl Street Menands NY 12204 28.1 miles from 12451 518-474-3055
Altamont Police Records Archive 5209 Western Turnpike Altamont NY 12009 28.5 miles from 12451 518-452-6921
Rensselaer County Records Archive 105 3rd Street Troy NY 12180 32.1 miles from 12451 518-270-4088
Schenectady County Records Archive 100 Kellar Avenue Schenectady NY 12306 33.8 miles from 12451 518-355-1215
Schenectady Vital Records Archive 105 Jay Street Schenectady NY 12305 35.2 miles from 12451 518-382-5035
Pittsfield National Archive 10 Conte Drive Pittsfield MA 01201 35.6 miles from 12451 413-236-3600
Dutchess County Records Archive 170 Washington Street Poughkeepsie NY 12601 40.8 miles from 12451 845-486-3677
Poughkeepsie Police Records Archive 62 Civic Center Plaza Poughkeepsie NY 12601 41.3 miles from 12451 845-451-4155
New York State Archive 301 Manchester Road Poughkeepsie NY 12603 42.9 miles from 12451 845-485-2633
Fonda Montgomery History & Archive 9 Park Street Fonda NY 12068 49.8 miles from 12451 518-853-8186
Saratoga Springs Records Archive 20 Lake Avenue Saratoga Springs NY 12866 54.4 miles from 12451 518-270-1200
Archives managed by government entities are generally accessible to the public. Many offer regular public hours while others may only be open by appointment. Some Archives may include special collections that restrict access more stringently than general collections. Archives maintained by private organizations may not be accessible by the public.
No. The public use of an Archive is much more restricted than is typical for items in a public library. Archives often require visitors to register, provide identification, and submit request forms in order to view an item in the collection. In addition, most Archives have detailed usage guidelines in place to prevent theft or loss of Archive materials.
Yes, many Archives are interested in accepting materials of enduring historical value. Archivists will evaluate potential donations to ensure that they meet the Archive's standards. Archives will typically require that a deed of gift be signed that legally documents the transfer of ownership of the donated materials.