Historian's Office

The Cayuga County Historian's Office provides information and services to historical organizations, Town and Village Historians and the general public. They maintain an extensive on- site resource library and historical compilations that relate to all aspects of the history of Cayuga County, New York. The staff of the Cayuga County Historian's Office spends considerable time assisting researchers who wish to learn more about the proud history or family genealogy within Cayuga County. They also actively work with various organizations to promote the utilization and preservation of historical sites and resources throughout the county.

  The Cayuga County
Is a Proud Member of the
National Underground Railroad Program
Network to Freedom Program
Office Staff

Ruth Bradley, Ph.D., County Historian 
Nancy Assmann, Typist, Research Assistant
Jessica Armstrong, Research Aide


The Herbert V. Trice Lehigh Valley Railroad Collection is open to researchers.    

(See link to right)

Historian Office Hours

10 Court Street
Auburn, NY 13021
(315) 253-1300


Hours - January thru June and September thru December:
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday 9am-5pm

Wednesday-Closed Jan. thru June & Sept. thru Dec.


Summer hours in July & August
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday: 9am-4pm 
Wednesdays 9-12