An active publisher, in addition to research guides, the NYG&B publishes two quarterlies: The Record, a scholarly journal, and The New York Researcher, a colorful magazine of news and information. Subscriptions are benefits of membership, and the full run of both is online for members.
The New York Genealogical and Biographical Record has been published quarterly since 1870. With its long history of scholarly publication, The Record is an essential New York source for genealogists, historians, and biographers.
The New York Researcher is a colorful quarterly magazine that comes as a benefit of membership in the NYG&B. Covered subjects include informative articles on New York genealogy, news, book reviews, announcements, and the programs of the NYG&B.
Features more than 800 pages covering records, strategies, and other resources for New York State research.
Answers the need for historians, genealogists, students, and others to have a clear, rational description of the relevant public records—where they are located, what they contain, and how they can be accessed—of the City of New York and its predecessor cities, towns, and villages.