Report on status of data publication plan for the Dept of Records and Information Services, including any public dataset(s) that the agency is able or unable to make available, reasons why datasets are not made available to the public, and target dates of when data will be available to the public.
The bimonthly newsletter featuring articles on our library and archives collections. Also includes an update on our Archives news, a report on conservation efforts and an article on electronic government document portal developments.
This is the Department of Records and Information Service's Municipal Library Notes for February 2020 with the Spotlight on Black History Month, and pioneering African-American city workers James R. Dumpson (Commissioner, Department of Welfare) and Captain Lloyd Sealey (NYPD).
This is the September 2021 issue of Municipal Library Notes with the Spotlight on the Sleuthability Virtual Genealogy Conference plus articles on NYC volunteer programs and the new DORIS facility at Industry City, Brooklyn.
Here is a report from the Municipal Library vertical files dated 1932. It was prepared by the Regional Plan Association (RPA). Utilizing data from the 1930 census, engineers from the RPA determined that the center of population in New York City would be located in Calvary Cemetery in Queens.
This is the Department of Records and Information Newsletter, Municipal Library Notes, for November of 2019. This issue focuses on various election documents that can be found in the Municipal Library.