For the latest chat in our ongoing Q&A series, we headed to Lewis County and the American Maple Museum, where...
Documentary Heritage and Preservation Services for New York (DHPSNY) is a statewide program that supports the vast network of unique library and archival repositories that safeguard New York’s historical records. DHPSNY provides a range of free services to eligible cultural institutions throughout the state, including archives, libraries, historical societies, and museums which operate programs to preserve and make accessible records of enduring value.
OVERVIEW of DHPSNY
- Communications and outreach
- Planning & Assessment Services
- Educational programs
- Documentation planning
- Improved adherence to standards and best practices for preservation and accessibility
- Improved documentation of under-represented populations and topics
- Increased public awareness of the value of New York’s historical records and library research materials and increased use of these resources
Recent News Items
Will you be at this year's American Institute for Conservation of Historic & Artistic Works (AIC) Annual Meeting in...
In our latest Q&A, we traveled to the New York Museum of Transportation in Rush (Monroe County) where archivist...
This year's New York Archives Conference (NYAC) annual meeting will be held June 6th-8th at the ...