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About the Westchester County Archives

Elijah Ferris propertyThe Westchester County Archives, a unit of the Westchester County Department of Information Technology, serves as the central repository for the historical public records of Westchester County, NY. These governmental records date from 1680 to the present and provide not only documentation of the history of county government, but the growth of Westchester from an agrarian society through the industrial age to today’s commuter and service economy. 

Stored in the environmentally controlled vaults at the County Records Center at 2199 Saw Mill River Road, Elmsford, the Archives resources cover a wide range of subjects and come in a variety of formats, including several photographic and map collections, some of which form the centerpieces of the Westchester Count Archives Digital Collections displayed here. 

Initial funding for creating the Westchester County Archives Digital Collections came from a 2008-2009 Local Government Records Management Improvement Fund Grant from the New York State Archives.


Contact Information:

Westchester County Archives
2199 Saw Mill River Road
Elmsford, NY 10523
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