An assembled collection of family records of Albany County residents collected at community history scanning events held by the Albany County Historical Association.
Roughly 500 manuscript pages of Lockwood’s various lectures, including some from the time of her campaign for president.
The Scoutmaster of Troop 73, Howard C. Coughtry, created this collection about the troop's civic and recreational activities.
A collection of various documents pertaining to the Clarkson family of Potsdam, New York
Archival documents relating to the early development of the town of New Paltz, NY.
This collection consists of documents relating to politics, business, foreign affairs, and the family’s personal affairs, which not only offer a glimpse into nineteenth century rural life in New York State, but detail machine politics on a regional, state, and national level into the early twentieth
Personal friend and secretary to NYS Governor Grover Cleveland. After Cleveland was elected President of the United States, Lamont was appointed his Secretary of War and close confidant.
The Sherwood Collection is mainly comprised of letters to and from Samuel Sherwood (1779-1862), his second wife Laura Bostwick Sherwood (1790-1863), and members of their family.
This collection contains several artifacts from the Robert L. Brown History of Medicine Collection, University at Buffalo, that highlight the life of Dr. Austin Flint. A renowned physician, Flint was one of the founding members of the University at Buffalo Medical School.
This collection includes correspondence and documents relating to Welsh immigrant Dr. Daniel Roberts and his decendents.
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 Elmira College women’s rights and suffrage collection is an aggregate of records from the Elmira College Archives.
Elon Howard Eaton (1866-1935) was a noted ornithologist and author of Birds of New York. This collection includes papers related to his research, correspondence, and genealogical materials, as well as photographs of Eaton.
Items from the personal papers and library of abolitionist, suffragist, and peace activist Emily Howland, including her collection of political pamphlets, posters, and program documents.
The Frederick Lawrence Pomeroy Collection consists of family correspondence, news clippings, telegrams, and transcripts of sermons.
The collection features text documents highlighting the history of General Electric and its founders.
The Jenks family papers include letters written to Willard S. Jenks and his wife, Rhoda, from their daughter, Jessie Elvira Jenks. Jessie lived from 1873-1964.
This is a collection of personal memorabilia and published works related to John Burroughs, donated in 1955 by Miss Ethelwynn Doolittle.
This collection documents the library’s early years (1957-1969), beginning through the initiative of the Westbrook Women’s Club.
The Maria College Anniversaries collections contains commemorative proclamations and speeches in regards to the 25th, 50th and 60th anniversaries of the College and the 25th anniversary of the Nursing Program.
This collection consists of letters and marginalia of Samuel Clemens, artifacts associated with him and photos having to do with Clemens' time in Elmira and the family and friends that comprised his circle.
Papers of one of the first female engineering graduates of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in 1949.
This collection provides a record of the Glebe's activities from the 1790s through the early 1900s.
This collection contains documents relating to the resettlement of displaced persons in the Twin Tiers following World War II.
A collection of documents, including letters and exhibition announcements, and a photograph relating to Rochester artists in the late 19th century.