Gar Wood was a successful speedboat racer and business owner. This collection relates to his racing career and his business,GarWood Industries, which specialized in building motorboats.
The collection features text documents highlighting the history of General Electric and its founders.
A collection of Civil War-related documents pertaining to local Geneva residents.
This very small collection, including a photograph and a brief letter, was donated to the college by Fred K. Scheibe in 1964.
Materials relating to NYS Assemblyman George M. Michaels, who represented Cayuga County. He's best known for his pivotal vote for the passage of abortion rights in New York State.
Letters of the Glen Family of Schenectady, mainly letters to and from Henry Glen. The bulk of the letters deal with business matters, including Henry Glen's involvement with the War of 1812.
Historic photographs of Golden Hill School, a boarding school for boys in Kingston, N.Y.
The Great Steamboat Race Letters collection features contest entries that proposed innovative designs for steam powered canal boats.