Documents and photographs relating to African-American history in the early United States.
A collection of materials on Jones family of Utica, New York providing detailed glimpse of family life and the community in Central New York during the mid-twentieth-century.
Archival documents relating to the early development of the town of New Paltz, NY.
The Dunham Family History collection contains portraits, photographs, and various documents saved by the Dunham family.
This collection contains an index of Family Bibles.
Photographs, Correspondence, and other historical materials relating to the Roosevelt and Delano families.
Collection of materials by Blue Point historian Gene Horton.
Documents and artifacts related to enslaved people and African American servants at Cherry Hill, a historic house located on South Pearl Street in Albany, New York, United States.
Photographs and documents from the mid-1800s to early-1900s, relating to African American life and history in Central New York.
The Joseph H. Treyz Collection contains 149 patriotic envelopes printed during the Civil War.
Margaret Woodbury Strong amassed an outstanding collection of dolls and toys which formed the basis for The Strong Museum in Rochester, New York.
Books, photographs, memoribilia, and other documents from the Mastic-Moriches-Shirley Community Library.
Newspaper articles, documents, and pamphlets from the The Virginia La Tassa Local History Room, at the Mastics-Moriches-Shirley Community Library.
Historic photographs, advertisements, and maps of social life on Montauk.
Photographs, documents, and other materials relating to a prominent Mohawk Valley family during the the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries
Photos of Caroline Wright Reis and the Wright Reis homestead as well as ephemera documenting Wright Reis’ daily life.
A collection documenting the history of the Town of Henrietta, New York.