A Visit to the Archives of The Record

A Visit to the Archives of The Record

The Record has a rich and long history, and has chronicled the history of North Jersey for more than 150 years. The archives are meticulously organized, and stored at the printing facility in Rockaway. We paid the archive a visit, and were astonished at its breadth.

Ed, Record writer Jay Levin and Elyse examine the contents of a file cabinet:

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“Various Rockland Aerial Pix.” Feb. 22, 1963.

Said aerial pix, of Nyack:

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New York Times microfilm.

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The line of file cabinets is on the mezzanine overlooking the inserts area:

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Elyse walks through the press:

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This is the way to The Cage, where photos are stored.

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Box 3.

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Jay knows this place inside out. He’s hunting for football photos.

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Montclair Times, May-Aug 1931.

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So much material here. We will work to keep it safe.

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Good night.

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