Photographs, maps and ephemera about the Backbone Ridge, an area between Seneca Lake and Cayuga Lake in the Finger Lakes National Forest.
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.
This collection includes historical narratives, deeds, a map, and a photograph documenting the Brothertown tribe's presence in Oneida County and their subsequent migration to Wisconsin.
Materials pertaining to Emile Brunel and Chalet Indien in Boiceville, Town of Olive, New York.
The City of Buffalo, N.Y. rapidly grew from a small village along Lake Erie to a bourgeoning industrial hub with the completion of the Erie Canal in 1825. The city later became a center for the Steel Industry and other manufacturing.
Materials relating to the cornerstone laying of the FDR Presidential Library.
The Ticonderoga Historical Society is a research center and four-story museum housed in the historic Hancock House.