• Linn class sept 2017

    Bard Graduate Center Class, "Excavating the Empire City: An Introduction to the Historical Archaeology of New York City," comes to the Repository

    Dr. Meredith Linn and her Bard Graduate Center class came to the repository this September to chose objects to research.  

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    09.15.2017

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  • CHP2-1992-86_1794_Coin_Lauren_Conway

    Columbia University, "Science and Art in Archaeological Illustration," class

    This 2017 spring semeter class focused on illustrations of artifacts including materials from the repository.  For more information please see this story.  Please check back to see an on-line exhibition featuring some of their work such as the work shown in ...

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    05.11.2017

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  • PANYC Talk Apr 2017

    Keeping Up with the Times: Technology in Archaeology

    The Thirty-seventh annual PANYC Public Program will be held at the Museum of the City of New York on April 30, 2017 and will include a talk, "Inside the NYC Archaeological Repository: The Nan A. Rothschild Research Center and Website, ...

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    04.28.2017

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  • Transferware Teapot from Seneca Village

    The Seneca Village Collection is now at the Repository!

    Seneca Village was once the largest community of free African-American property owners in mid-19th century New York.  It was first settled in the 1820s and by the 1850s the community included over 250 people who were primarily of African ancestry. ...

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    02.07.2017

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  • Barnard College Feb 1 2017 Visit

    Barnard College, "Excavating the Empire City Seminar," comes for a visit

    The repository is delighted to host university classes and recently welcomed Professor Meredith Linn's class to share artifacts that relate to their studies.

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    02.01.2017

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  • South Ferry Terminal - General South Ferry

    Artifacts from the Center's Collections are now on view

    Artifacts from the Center's collections, including this tile, are now on display at the Museum of the City of New York as part of their New York at its Core and Activist New York exhibits. Please go see them!

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    11.18.2016

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  • photo credit: Government Technology

    Winner of “The Best of NYC” Excellence in Technology 2016 award – Best External Application

    The Landmarks Preservation Commission is pleased to announce that on November 14, 2016, this website was awarded the “The Best of NYC” Excellence in Technology award – Best External Application.  The award is given annually for exceptional performance, dedication ...

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    11.15.2016

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  • October 5, 2016 Launch

    New York City Launches Innovative Archaeology Initiatives

    Landmarks Preservation Commission Launches The Nan A. Rothschild Research Center and Website for NYC’s Archaeological Collections; Announces Partnership with The Durst Organization, Iron Mountain Incorporated, and Museum of the City of New York The New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission ...

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    10.06.2016

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  • photo credit: Kait Ebinger

    Photos from the October 5, 2016 Dedication and Website Launch

    Photographs from the October 5, 2016 Dedication and Website Launch:

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    10.05.2016

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