Administrative Information

Custodial History

On April 20, 1830, the Legislative Assembly resolved that Azariah C. Flagg and others be employed to examine the assembly archives, to select from such original papers and documents as judged to be proper, and to deposit the papers in the office of the Secretary of State. In June and July, 1831, the papers selected were deposited and bound in 45 volumes designated as "Assembly Papers." This series was originally bound as Volumes 25, 26, 27, and 28 of the "Assembly Papers." The records suffered minor burn damage in the State Capitol fire of 1911 and were disbound.