Records of the towns of Bath and Bradford and the villages of Bath and Savona

Held by the New York State Archives

Overview of the Records


New York State Archives

New York State Education Department

Cultural Education Center

Albany, NY 12230

.2 cu. ft.18 microfilm reels.
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Arranged by type of document.

Scope and Content Note

Microfilmed records include those for the Town and Village of Bath, the Town of Bradford, and the Village of Savona, New York.

Village of Bath records include village board meeting minutes (1836-1993), Police Commission minutes, cash accounts (1886-1912); Utility Commission (formerly Municipal Light Commission) minutes (1916-1992).

Town of Bath records include highway records (1803-1918); town clerk's record and minute books (1797-1935); annual organization meetings (1968-1978); budgets (1970-1981); and other records.

Town of Bradford records include minute books (1827-1982); surveys of roads (1826-1885); cattle brands (1815-1830); certificates of canvass (1875-1909); military rolls (1851-1852); supervisor's account books (1857-1889); and highway account book (1889-1907).

Village of Savona records consist of village board meeting minute books (1837-1989).

Use of Records

Access Restrictions

There are no restrictions regarding access to or use of the material.

Alternate Formats Available

Microform is available at the New York State Archives through interlibrary loan.

Microfilm 18 reels; 16 mm. Local Government Records Management Improvement Fund Grant Project Microfilm.

Related Information

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Custodial History

This microfilm was produced by a grant awarded and administered by SARA's Local Government Records Services for the 1994 grant cycle. Grantees submitted two copies of each roll of project film: a silver copy for secure storage at the State Records Center; and a duplicate copy, containing only non-restricted records, for public use at the State Archives research room.

Use copies of rolls containing restricted records are not maintained by the Archives, and are withdrawn from public use at time of accessioning. Security copies of such rolls are held at the State Records Center and are subject to restrictions under law.

Restricted film was marked and use copies were weeded at time of accession; 19 rolls of master negatives (security copy) were sent to the State Records Center (95-169).

Location of Original MaterialOriginals held by local government.

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