3 edition of Historic courthouses of the state of New York found in the catalog.
Historic courthouses of the state of New York
Julia Carlson Rosenblatt
Includes bibliographical references (p.253) and index.
|Statement||by Julia C. Rosenblatt and Albert M. Rosenblatt.|
|Contributions||Rosenblatt, Albert M., Historical Society of the Courts of the State of New York.|
|LC Classifications||NA4472.N7 R67 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||270 p. :|
|Number of Pages||270|
|LC Control Number||2006932081|
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The New York State Archives holds o cubic feet of records of trial and appellate courts, dating from the s to the s. The State Archives holds almost all surviving records of trial and appellate courts exercising jurisdiction throughout the colony and state of New York.
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The basic data includes the architectural style, date when construction was started and completed, architect and contractor (builder). History and Architecture of New York County Supreme Courthouse. The Supreme Courthouse (New York County Court), located at 60 Centre Street, overlooks Foley Square.
The building houses the Supreme Court and the Office of the County Clerk, currently the Honorable Norman Goodman. The building was designated as a New York City Landmark in This category contains former and/or current courthouses in the U.S.
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Historic Records. Other categories of records maintained at the Division of Old Records at 31 Chambers Street include: Civil Action Case Files - Various New York State Courts: Supreme Court () Court of Chancery () Court of Common Pleas () Superior Court of the City of New York ().In addition, the Society works closely with the New York State Unified Court System to showcase and preserve its courthouses, courthouse art, and rich judicial history, to promote lectures within the courthouses, including a lecture series at the New York State Court of Appeals, and to provide displays in the public areas of the courthouses.