Online Exhibits Gallery
Board of Supervisors Minutes
Around the turn of the eighteenth century, control over tax apportionment and collection for “county charges” was taken from the Sheriff and the Justices of the Peace and vested in representatives or supervisors from each township. That shift of authority is documented in these first minutes of the Ulster County Board of Supervisors.
County Atlas of Ulster New York (aka Ulster Beers Atlas)
Under the Superintendence of F. W. Beers, Published by Walker & Jewett, 36 Vesey Street, New York., 1875.
A complete collection of the Ulster County Beers Atlas maps and lithographs.
An interactive sampling of the acquistion maps, photos and notices created before, and after the construction of the reservoir.
Take a look at our scrapbook and have some fun flipping through our Program’s history!!!!! Learn how we got started, what problems we faced, how we tackled problems and our many accomplishments. This exhibit is a sampling of the full scrapbook on display in the lobby of the Ulster County Records Center. It chronicles our history, from the Program’s inception through 2006. Wow, look how far we’ve come!!!
A collection of documents from the Town of Marbletown
and the Ulster County Clerk
You are invited to revist the opening
of the Ulster County Archives
31 posters created and designed by fourth grade students in Ulster County.
The Bar Association Booklet is a photographic record of members of the Ulster County Bar Association c.(1925-1926), compiled by amateur photographer and attorney Henry Klein and filed with the Ulster County Clerk in 1947. Mr. Klein compiled the photos in an effort to get a group shot of the association members because the lawyers never got together. The filing made the Kingston Daily Freeman in an article published February 19, 1947. The booklet includes a copy of the Freeman article and a handsome photograph of Mr. Klein with the caption, “The lawyers slave since 1932.”
How did the county look one and three-quarter centuries ago?
Nina Postupack is pleased to recognize Diane Lindsey, Joan Larkin Dresow, Arthur A. Davis III, Robert E. Davis, Stephen J. Davis, and William L. Davis. In memory of their parents, Judge Arthur A. Davis Jr. and Jean Larkin Davis, they have donated Kingston Town Court Minutes 1718-1724; Court of Common Pleas & Court of General Sessions Minutes 1705-1712 & 1729-1737; and Proceedings of the Supervisors & Justices' Meetings 1700-1710 to the Archives of the County Clerk's Office.
Records Management and the
Burning of Kingston
A Sampler of English Colonial Records
Saved from the Burning of Kingston
Kingston's 350th Anniversary
A presentation of the records of the
Dutch Court at Wiltwyck