The Archives of the Archdiocese of New York serve as the final repository for the archdiocese’s historical records. The Archives documents the history of the archdiocese by collecting, preserving, and making available the permanent and official records of the Archdiocese of New York, its people, parishes, offices, and institutions.
The Archives also provide historical resources for members of the scholarly community, authors, and other interested persons who seek to evaluate the difference that the archdiocese has made on the Church and the society as a whole. In order to fully document archdiocesan history, the Archives additionally seek out records such as personal papers, photographs, publications, historical artifacts, and audio-visual materials that will increase the understanding of the work of the archdiocese.
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