Historic photographs of locations in Cairo, NY.
Historic photographs of the Calderone chain of theaters in Long Island.
A collection of photographs documenting President Calvin Coolidge's visit to Paul Smith's College in 1926.
This collection documents life at Camp Awosting, a summer camp for boys, originally located in Kerhonkson, NY.
Historic photographs of Camp Mills.
This collection contains items from Camp Russell, a Boy Scout camp located in the Southwestern Adirondacks, dating from the early 1900s through the camp's closure in 2014.
Photographs taken at Camp Syracuse, a World War I training and recruitment center.
The Canastota Schools Collection contains school souvenirs, including programs, newsletters and photos of Canastota students in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.
The College Administration throughout the years is represented in this collection.
Canisius College has been located on three different campuses since its founding in 1870. This collection documents the construction and expansion of the College.
This collection highlights coaches, teams, individual athletes, and a variety of sports memorabilia including programs and tickets.
This collection contains photos of all Canisius' presidents from its first, Rev. William Becker, S.J. through John J. Hurley, J.D. who has the distinction of being the first lay president.
Student organizations and clubs enrich campus life. Here are examples of student events from several generations.
This collection contains items that share the history of the Capital District Library Council.
This is a collection of images and media documenting the rich history of radio and television broadcasting in the Albany region.
A large collection of photographs that convey the importance of sportfishing to Montauk’s history and economic development.
A collection of postcards and photographs shedding light on pivotal periods of Montauk’s history.
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.
Collection of photographs related to the Case Research Laboratory in Auburn, NY, where the first commercially successful sound-on-film system was developed by Theodore Case.
Historical photographs and documents related to Catskill, NY.
A collection of photographs and documents relating to the McDonalds of Montauk.
Photographic works from notable contemporary and historic photographers, many of whom participated in programs at The Center for Photography.
The Champlain Canal Collection contains images of the construction of Lock # 2 on the Champlain Canal near Mechanicville, New York.
This collection documents the activities of the CNY Chapter of the National Railway Historical Society, including views of the station museum restorations at Martisco and Central Square; the restoration and operation of locomotives and rolling stock; and Chapter-sponsored "Great New York State Model
Letters and photographs of Charles F. Binn, the "Father of American Ceramics."