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phone: (607)334-1230 fax: (607)334-1208
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Norwich City Historian
On March 12,1914, Governor Martin H. Glynn signed the bill incorporating Norwich as a city.
Fred McMullen became its first mayor.
The work of the city historian and records management revolves around the past. A collection of past memorabilia is available to interested persons of all ages.
Research can be done on site at the Hale Street office. Please call for an appointment in advance.
The following is an index of archival material.
- Mayor’s office
- Council members
- Minutes of city council meetings
- Various departments
- Historical events
- Significant people
- Transportation-N.Y.O.&W.RR and Chenango Canal
- Records (permanent and active)
- Education (schools)
This office will provide professional assistance Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m..
School programs and visitations are available.
Please call 334-1218.
City Records/Historian Office Hours:
Starting February 2, 2009, the Historian’s office at Hale Street will be open every other week.
Please call for days and hours, (607) 334-1218
Norwich City Administrative Offices are located at One
City Plaza, Norwich, NY 13815
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