This collection contains images of identification cards for the 15th New York National Guard, also known as the 369th Regiment, during World War I and World War II eras.
Documents and photographs relating to African-American history in the early United States.
Newspaper clippings, memorabilia and other materials relating to the Jennings family of Utica, New York, in particular highlighting their military careers.
The Scoutmaster of Troop 73, Howard C. Coughtry, created this collection about the troop's civic and recreational activities.
Utica business owner, Bradford H. Divine hunted at Harry Sabattis’ camp on Long Lake during the early 20th century. This collection of glass lantern slides depicts their Adirondack visits.
Materials pertaining to Emile Brunel and Chalet Indien in Boiceville, Town of Olive, New York.
Buffalo address books and family directories from the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
The Canastota Schools Collection contains school souvenirs, including programs, newsletters and photos of Canastota students in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.
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.
A collection of various documents pertaining to the Clarkson family of Potsdam, New York
Archival documents relating to the early development of the town of New Paltz, NY.
Photos, articles, documents, speeches, directories, and ephemera about community groups and the people of Hornell.
Summaries of Covid-19-related information and resources for the Tompkins County community.
A collection of images depicting the Rochester Dental Dispensary and School for Dental Hygienists in the early and mid-20th century.
This collection contains several artifacts from the Robert L. Brown History of Medicine Collection, University at Buffalo, that highlight the life of Dr. Austin Flint. A renowned physician, Flint was one of the founding members of the University at Buffalo Medical School.
This collection contains journals and archaeological and historical materials of Dr. David Sherwood Kellogg.
Collection of materials relating to Dr. Edward Newbery.
The Dunham Family History collection contains portraits, photographs, and various documents saved by the Dunham family.
The Earlville Cemetery collection contains documents relating to the people who were buried there from its creation through the mid-twentieth century.
A collection of 19th and 20th century records relating to the Sacarissa Lodge of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows fraternal order.
Elizabeth Blackwell (1821-1910) was the first woman in the world to graduate from medical school and become a physician. The collection includes images of Dr. Blackwell and her writings dating to the late 19th century
Elon Howard Eaton (1866-1935) was a noted ornithologist and author of Birds of New York. This collection includes papers related to his research, correspondence, and genealogical materials, as well as photographs of Eaton.
Items from the papers of historian Elsie Gutchess, including primary and secondary materials relating to the history of women in the United States.
Items from the personal papers and library of abolitionist, suffragist, and peace activist Emily Howland, including her collection of political pamphlets, posters, and program documents.
This collection contains an index of Family Bibles.