At 31 Chambers Street, there’s a treasure chest.
It’s filled with 220,000 cubic feet of “gems” that tell the story of our city’s centuries-old past.
Maps. Photographs. Film spools. Birth, death and marriage certificates. Books from 1645, penned in Dutch with the letters faded and pages frayed.
New York Today: Treasures of Chambers Street
New York Times
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