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Some of the city’s best-kept secrets are all hidden in one place — but you
have to know what you’re looking for to find them.

Inside the Municipal Archives, there’s a remarkable set of records full of
forgotten history: the District Attorney’s Indictment Papers.
They’re part of an incredible 221,000 cubic feet of documents kept by the
city’s team of archivists and conservationists. Almost anything related to
New York City life can be found there, from 1645 all the way through the
Bloomberg year

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