The Archives, formerly known as the Armoury in the 18th century,[1] are the property of the Sleepy Hollow Sheriff Department. This is where Sheriff Corbin's supernatural notes are kept, and where Ichabod Crane and Abbie Mills do their research and planning.

Under Captain Irving, other allies of the Witnesses, such as Jenny Mills and Henry Parrish (as he seemed in Season 1), were also allowed in there.

The Archives is accessible by the Munition Tunnels, the structure of which is especially familiar to Crane. In the first part of Season 2, Crane had no choice but to sneak through the tunnels to get to the Archives, as Sheriff Reyes considered him to be an unauthorized person. Presumably this was changed after he was accepted as a criminal profiler after catching a Hessian group.




Season One
"Pilot" "Blood Moon" "For the Triumph of Evil..." "The Lesser Key of Solomon" "John Doe"
"The Sin Eater" "The Midnight Ride" "Necromancer" "Sanctuary" "The Golem"
"The Vessel" "The Indispensable Man" "Bad Blood"
Season Two
"This Is War" "The Kindred" "Root of All Evil" "Go Where I Send Thee..." "The Weeping Lady"
"And the Abyss Gazes Back" "Deliverance" "Heartless" "Mama" "Magnum Opus"
"The Akeda" "Paradise Lost" "Pittura Infamante" "Kali Yuga" "Spellcaster"
"What Lies Beneath" "Awakening" "Tempus Fugit"
Season Three
"I, Witness" "Whispers in the Dark" "Blood and Fear" "The Sisters Mills" "Dead Men Tell No Tales"
"This Red Lady from Caribee" "The Art of War" "Novus Ordo Seclorum" "One Life" "Incident At Stone Manor"
"Kindred Spirits" "Sins of the Father" "Dark Mirror" "Into the Wild" "Incommunicado"
"Dawn's Early Light" "Delaware" "Ragnarok"
Season Four
"Columbia" "In Plain Sight" "Heads of State" "The People vs. Ichabod Crane" "Blood from a Stone"
"Homecoming" "Loco Parentis" "Sick Burn" "Child's Play" "Insatiable"
"The Way of the Gun" "Tomorrow" "Freedom"