A collection of correspondence and documents relating to Henrietta, New York native, Abram Lincoln.
Personal, and professional photographs and documents related to Anna Mogilova Reinstein
Personal, professional and political items related to Boris Isaevich Reinstein
Archival documents relating to the early development of the town of New Paltz, NY.
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.
The Elmira College women’s rights and suffrage collection is an aggregate of records from the Elmira College Archives.
The Francis M. and Henry H. Stone Collection contain twenty-one letters written by the two brothers while they were in the 27th Regiment of the New York Volunteer Infantry and the 1st Regiment New York Veteran Cavalry
Photographs, letters, artwork, textiles and other possessions belonging to the Hasbrouck family.
The Ingraham P. Smith Collection consists of forty-five letters and two medical documents, written during the Civil War.
The Lewis H. Brown Collection consists of sixty-four letters written by Lewis Henry Brown, Lewis’ brother Burritt Brown, and Albert Ransom, Burritt Brown’s friend and tent-mate.
A collection of correspondence and documents relating to Buffalo, New York native, and 13th President of the United States, Millard Fillmore.
The school letters of Rachel Eltinge, written during her stay at the New Paltz Female Academy.
A sampling of documents from the Colonial period and Revolutionary War.
The suffrage documents are a hidden collection within the New York State Federation of Women’s Clubs records.
The Ten Eyck Fonda Collection consists of twenty-six letters written by Fonda while serving as a telegrapher for the United States Military Telegraph Service during the Civil War, and one political campaign card.
Photographs, documents and pamphlets related to the life of Victor Reinstein, a pillar of the Cheektowaga NY Community
The collection includes records documenting the people, places, and events of the Village of Voorheesville and to a lesser extent the Town of New Scotland.