Archival Holdings Guide: NY City
- Introduction, How to Use This Guide, Explanation of Record Group Entries
- Alphabetical List of Record Groups
- Numerical List of Record Groups
- Record Groups 3 through 41
- Record Groups 52 through 96
- Record Groups 103 through 190
- Record Groups 202 through 293
- Record Groups 306 through Donated Materials
This guide provides record group level descriptions for archival holdings maintained at the National Archives at New York City. A record group, the basic unit of archival control, is a body of organizationally related records designated by a number and the name of the federal agency, bureau, or activity that created or received them. National Archives at New York City has record groups, representing Federal agencies, bureaus, or other administrative units including federal courts in New Jersey, New York, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands.
For information NARA's holdings nationwide, please see the Guide to Federal Records in the National Archives of the United States.
Access to record group entries can be by:
- Record Group Number - Users who know the number of
the record group that interests them can go to the
numerical list of
- Record Group Title - Users who know the title of the record group that interests them can go to the alphabetical list of record groups. Record group titles are listed both by agency name (for example, Public Buildings Service) and by key word (Buildings Service, Public.)