02 February 2013

The National Archives at New York City Opens MONDAY, 4th February 2013

For those in the NYC metro area and beyond, a moment you have been waiting for!  The NYC branch of NARA is finally re-opening.  According to the announcement ...

The National Archives at New York City is officially opening to the public on Monday, February 4th, at its new location at the Alexander Hamilton U.S. Custom House at One Bowling Green in Lower Manhattan.

Our hours will be Monday-Friday, 10am to 5pm. We will also be open the first Saturday of the month from 10am to 4pm for microfilm and computer research.

We look forward to greeting our patrons and researchers in our new beautiful space!

Please visit our website for additional information: http://www.archives.gov/nyc/

For those who visit it this coming week, please share your thoughts and reaction to the new facility.

Editor’s Note: Upfront with NGS previously blogged about this new facility and what you will there, http://upfront.ngsgenealogy.org/2012/08/this-fall-nara-opens-new-location-in.html

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