Photographs and ephemera relating to Crystal Beach during the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
This collection contains an index of Family Bibles.
Materials documenting the history of the Waterville and Sangerfield, New York areas.
Collection of materials from the Howland Stone Store Museum in Sherwood, N.Y. related to woman suffrage and local history, including woman suffrage posters and publications.
Miscellaneous materials concerning Jennie Curtis Cannon (Mrs. Henry White Cannon), including a scrapbook and other material related to her activities in the women’s suffrage movement.
A selection of Major Welch's papers created during his time at PIPC.
Our photograph collection comprises of 3 linear feet of material and spans the years 1834-2004.
A collection of correspondence, invitations, and other documents relating to the opening of the Memorial Art Gallery on October 8, 1913.
Heart's Delight Farm in Chazy, New York was a state-of-the-art farm in the early 20th century. This collection includes blueprints and maps depicting the farm and its buildings.
Historic photographs, advertisements, and maps of social life on Montauk.
Items pertaining to the women's suffrage movement in New York State, 1848-1917.
A collection of reports, minutes, and scrapbooks relating to New York State chapters of the Woman’s Christian Temperance Union, the bulk of which relate to the Unadilla, New York local union.
The Skaneateles Lake Collection documents various locations around the Finger Lake, illuminating the lake's significance to health practice, recreation, and the environment.
The suffrage documents are a hidden collection within the New York State Federation of Women’s Clubs records.
Photographs and documents relating to the Syracuse Free Dispensary which operated from 1888-1964.
This collection contains a newspaper page with the Thomson family group and a Certificate of Registry for a bull bred by Thomson and Son.
The “Working on the Erie Canal” collection contains photographs and documents relating to the canal and its workers.