To further the goals of Trinity Wall Street by preserving, protecting and making available their records of enduring value.
From the Vestry Minutes of April 26, 1709:
"Ordered, that the Church Wardens provide a Chest to keep the Cash & writings belonging to the Church & a Book to State the Church Wardens Acco[un]ts."
From the Standing Committee Minutes, July 6, 1827:
“Agreed that the Comptroller be authorized to purchase trunks or boxes suitable for containing the papers and documents of the Corporation of Trinity Church after they have been arranged and proper lists made of them”
For a history of the Archives, see "Archives" under "Departments"
This guide was prepared by Gwynedd Cannan, Ella Jenness, Melissa Haley, and Dorthea Sartain
Special thanks to Bill Dolive, Whitey Flynn, Joseph Galvin, Bibi Khan, Kristen Keller, Boni Joi Koelliker, and Sasheen Murray