Documents and photographs relating to African-American history in the early United States.
Journals recording testimonies from business owners who lost income due to the construction of the Ashokan Reservoir.
This collection contains items related to the history of Bethlehem, New York.
The Erie Canal Collection comprises a set of financial documents and cultural materials relevant to the Erie Canal digitized by the American Museum of Finance.
Historical documents, images, and artifacts relating to the Chester, New York community.
A collection of business, land and family papers of eight generations of the George Hyde Clarke family.
The Anonymous Collection consists of various papers related to voyages made by the Cold Spring Harbor Whaling Company vessels Alice, Edgar, Huntsville, Monmouth, Richmond, and Splendid between 1842-1855, as well as letters and financial documents related to the Abraham Bell & Son shipping firm.
Archival documents relating to the early development of the town of New Paltz, NY.
Minute and treasurer books of the Delhi Equal Suffrage Club, along with a few letters and a photograph, dating from c1914.
This collection contains documents relating to prescription drugs and Dr. Best.
The Disston Papers are comprised of a 24-page letter written by John D. Jones to his sisters describing his 1835 voyage aboard the Expeditious from New York to the Island of Nassau in the Bahamas.
Library board minutes from the Freeport Memorial Library.
The Hewlett collection is comprised of documents relating to the Hewletts, a prominent Cold Spring Harbor family
The Hewlett-Jones collection is made up of records from the Cold Spring Whaling Company and the U.S. Customhouse at Cold Spring Harbor, NY.
Deeds documenting land transactions from the early history of Huntington.
Legal manuscripts of early Huntington, NY.
The Jones collection is made up of records from the Cold Spring Whaling Company.
The Knight collection is made up of records from the Cold Spring Whaling Company.
NCCC's Annual Reports contain detailed information on the College and its growth. Students, faculty, and staff accomplishments are highlighted. The reports are a summary of each academic year, encompassing enrollment statistics, financial statements, curriculum development, and community activities.
This collection includes personal papers created or kept by individuals and families chiefly of southern Ulster County, NY. The majority of the papers date from the mid-1600s through 1830.
This collection provides a record of the Glebe's activities from the 1790s through the early 1900s.
Historic Montauk photographs, correspondence, postcards and advertising collected by Richard T. Gilmartin.
The Richmond collection is made up of financial records and personal correspondence relating to the Ship Richmond’s whaling voyage from 1846-1849.
This collection contains 18th and 19th century deeds for land and property in Schenectady County. The documents are part of the Grems-Doolittle Library Historic Manuscripts Collection.