Historic glass and film negatives, prints, and postcards documenting life along New York State’s canals, including the Erie Canal, Black River Canal, and Champlain Canal from the collection of Albert Gayer.
A collection of photographs of the people, towns, and countryside of the southern Genesee Valley region during the late nineteenth to late twentieth centuries.
A collection of photographs of Geneva, New York taken by James G. Vail in the late 19th century.
George and Bob Marshall were the original Adirondack High Peak 46ers, as well as active conservationists. This collection of photographs depicts their time in the Adirondacks with their friends and family in the early 20th century.
A collection of photographs taken by George Whitfield Butts, documenting his visits to the Adirondacks.
This collection includes photographs from Gary Lyon and LeRoy Clapp and depict buildings, people and landscapes in the rural community of Pompey, New York.
This collection contains items that share the history of the Feeder Canal and the people involved.
This collection contains photographs taken during the World War II era of Glens Falls.
This collection of photographs from the album of Grace Cogswell depict her travels in the Adirondacks.