This collection features Acorn Stove trade cards from the collection of the Albany County Historical Association. The cards were created after 1850 to advertise Acorn Stoves, which were manufactured by the Albany company, Rathbone and Sard.
This collection consists primarily of letters written by William Butler to his brother Edmund during the Civil War period from 1861 to his death in 1864. William served with the 69th Regiment of the New York Militia.
A collection of manuscript cookbooks kept by several generations of Cherry Hill women (and a few men) spanning the 18th, 19th, and 20th centuries.
This collection contains photographs of New Yorkers who played a role in the Civil War.
This collection contains letters written by Union Army Civil War soldiers.
This collection consists of letters and a journal written by Charles F. Weller during his time as a soldier in the United States Civil War.
The Douglass' Monthly is a newspaper created by Frederick Douglass, following the success of his earlier weekly publications. The newspaper relates to the abolitionist movement as well as other social reform topics.
This collection contains journals and archaeological and historical materials of Dr. David Sherwood Kellogg.
This collection contains manuscripts, including handwritten copies of regimental histories and individual personal histories of Orange County soldiers who fought in the Civil War.
The collection contains correspondence, recipes, diaries, business records and manumissions.
Photographs of the Erie Canal in and around Schenectady, New York. Includes images of the construction of the canal and architectural features of the canal, such as aqueducts, bridges and locks.
This collection contains an index of Family Bibles.
This diary contains entries written by Fred Walster, who was a soldier in 153rd Regiment New York Volunteer Infantry, Company E. The diary spans from January through December 1865 and details his experiences during the war, as well as his civilian life shortly after the war ended.
Historic photographs of Golden Hill School, a boarding school for boys in Kingston, N.Y.
Historical maps of towns located in Greene County, NY.
This collection includes letters written by Captain Hiram S. Wilson, primarily to his wife Elizabeth during the period of 1861 to 1864. Captain Wilson served in Company H of the 93rd New York Volunteer Infantry.
Documents and artifacts related to enslaved people and African American servants at Cherry Hill, a historic house located on South Pearl Street in Albany, New York, United States.
School district records from the Town of Huntington, NY dated 1815-1872.
Historical manuscripts relating to Huntington’s involvement in the Revolutionary and Civil War.
This collection contains letters written by Captain John McConihe to his business partner, John B. Kellog.
This collection contains materials from the papers of sculptor John Quincy Adams Ward, 1800-1933.
A collection of the noted abolitionist newspaper, The Liberator, dating from the mid-19th century and Civil War era.
This collection contains photographs of when the Little Falls Public Library was a residence and competitions for the Little Falls Camera Club, and other materials relating to Little Falls.
Selected issues of the newspaper, National Anti-Slavery Standard, which promoted equality and emancipation during the mid-19th century.
An issue of the National Freedman, an anti-slavery publication, from 1865.