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Exploring the Archives of the Reformed Church of America

April 23, 2013

Program Locations:

Stephen A. Schwarzman Building, South Court Classrooms
Irma and Paul Milstein Division of United States History

Part of the New York Genealogical & Biographical Society Lecture Series

The Dutch Reformed Church was among the earliest established in what became the United States. Over 400 years the church merged and changed and is currently known as the Reformed Church of America. The RCA Archives preserves the enduring memory of the church. Documents, videos, sound recordings, and computer data are included among the valuable permanent records of the RCA.

Russell L. Gasero is the long-time archivist for the Reformed Church of America Archives, located in the Gardner A. Sage Library of New Brunswick Theological Seminary. He is the author of Historical Directory of the Reformed Church in America, 1628-2000.
 
Old Reformed Dutch Church 1776. Formerly standing in Fulton St. near Smith St. / drawn by Miss Elizabeth Sleight in 1808 ; copied form the original drawing by G. Hayward ; for H. McCloskey's Manual of the City of Brooklyn 1864., Digital ID 1659378, New York Public LibraryOld Reformed Dutch Church 1776