The Archives

Image Citation - Kilburn, B. W, photographer. Wonder of the 20th century, the "Flatiron," New York City. New York City New York, 1903. Littleton, N.H.: Photographed and Published by B. W. Kilburn. Photograph. https://www.loc.gov/item/2017649040/. Retrieved from the Library of Congress.

Contact the Archivist Click here to view the image at the Library of Congress.

About The Archives

Mary Ellen Wilson (Circa 1876)

The Archives is one of the nation’s most valuable repositories of original and compiled material on the origins, history and development of the child protection movement.

Mission:

The mission of The Archives is to arrange, preserve, and make accessible the unique records of the organization, including files concerning approximately two million New York City children during the period 1874 to present day.

Available to Access:  NYSPCC-Archives Public Portal
Mary Pulido, Ph.D – Legacy Interview

For 22 years, from 2001 to 2023, Mary Pulido served as the Agency’s Executive Director. On September 29, 2023, I had the privilege of interviewing her via Zoom. Click here to watch the video of our interview.

Location and Contact Information

520 Eighth Avenue – Suite 1401 – New York City 

Click here to email – The Archivist – Ruth Edele.

 

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