Daniel Lorello has gotten a second chance to serve at the gateway to New York's heritage. His first chance spanned nearly three decades. That's when he was a $73,800-per year archivist with the State Archives, a well-regarded expert on the Civil War and co-author of a book with noted historian Harold Holzer.

But over the course of several years at that public post, he stole hundreds of documents worth tens of thousands of dollars and sold many of them on eBay, or traded them to collectors.

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