Collections

Art and Artifacts
This collection contains paintings, sculptures and other three dimensional objects in the Library's special collections.
Center for Photography at Woodstock Collection

Photographic works from notable contemporary and historic photographers, many of whom participated in programs at The Center for Photography.

Fletcher Steele Collection
Photographs and technical drawings of gardens designed by Landscape Architect Fletcher Steele in the 20th century.
The Hasbroucks of Locust Lawn

Photographs, letters, artwork, textiles and other possessions belonging to the Hasbrouck family.

History of Crandall Public Library
This collection contains images illustrating the rich history of Crandall Public Library (founded in 1892).
John Quincy Adams Ward Papers Digital Collection
This collection contains materials from the papers of sculptor John Quincy Adams Ward, 1800-1933.
MAG Events
A collection of photographs relating to significant events at the Memorial Art Gallery during the 20th century.
Maria College Digital Collection
This collection contains items related to Maria College.
Max Reinhardt Collection
The Max Reinhardt collection covers major aspects of the life and career of Austrian-born theatrical director and producer Max Reinhardt (1873-1943) .
Olin Dows Collection

Photographs depicting the work of Hudson Valley artist Olin Dows.

Pouring the 200 inch disk at Corning Glass Works
Photographs in this collection show the intensive process of the pouring of the disk and include imagery of the special railroad car that carried it across the country.
Quarantine Memories
Personal memories from residents of the Town of Bethlehem from the COVID-19 quarantine in 2020.
Religious Albany, New York
This collection contains photographs and drawing of religious facilities in Albany, New York.
Siena College Archives and Special Collections
Documents the history of Siena College in Loudonville, New York.
WPA Fine Arts Projects in Rochester
This collection includes drawings, photographs, and posters created for the WPA  Federal Arts Project in the Rochester, New York region during the late 1930s.