N-Triple-Scene was monthly cable television show created by Niagara County Community College. The title is a play on NCCC’s nickname, N-Triple-C. N-Triple-Scene first aired in 1990 and was produced monthly during the academic year. Episodes depict campus and community events.
Papers of one of the first female engineering graduates of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in 1949.
Selected issues of the newspaper, National Anti-Slavery Standard, which promoted equality and emancipation during the mid-19th century.
An issue of the National Freedman, an anti-slavery publication, from 1865.
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.
The abolitionist newspaper, New National Era, was published by Frederick Douglass in Washington, D.C. between 1870 and 1874.
One of the nation's first institutes of higher education to accept students with no consideration to race or gender was open from 1849 to 1860.
Grant W. Johnson of Ticonderoga served as Essex County's lone State Assemblyman from 1953 until his death in 1965.
Items pertaining to the women's suffrage movement in New York State, 1848-1917.
This collection includes photographs, newspaper clippings, and documents relating to the Newark Public Library throughout the 20th century.
This collection provides a record of the Glebe's activities from the 1790s through the early 1900s.
This collection contains documents on the influenza epidemic of 1918 from Norman L. Woodford, who graduated from Syracuse University College of Medicine in 1921 and was a Health Officer and Coroner of Cayuga County.
A collection of the anti-slavery newspaper, The North Star, published by noted abolitionist Frederick Douglass in the mid-19th century.
This collection includes historical documents and accolades that have been bestowed upon prevalent Chiropractors and Northeast College of Health Sciences.
Mid-century photographs and documents relating to SUNY Upstate Medical University’s School of Nursing.