This collection contains photographs and documents related to the students of Albany Law School.
This collection contains paintings, sculptures and other three dimensional objects in the Library's special collections.
This series contains photographs that document the various stages of Mt. Morris, or “Big Tupper,” as well as Big Tupper’s predecessor, SugarLoaf Ski Center.
The photographs in this series document a variety of businesses over Tupper Lake’s history from approximately 1880 to 2005.
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.
This series includes a great number of photographs of various citizens from approximately 1860 to 2010 including candid pictures of individuals, group shots at various events.
Three photographs of the King and Queen of the Clarkson-Normal Ice Carnival
Photographs and postcards relating to the history of Claverack, N.Y.
This collection consists of documents relating to politics, business, foreign affairs, and the family’s personal affairs, which not only offer a glimpse into nineteenth century rural life in New York State, but detail machine politics on a regional, state, and national level into the early twentieth
The photographs in this series document the various emergency services in Tupper Lake from approximately 1921 to 2010.
This collection contains photographs and postcards that share the history of the Village of Endicott.
This collection contains photographs and contextual information related to families in the upper Hudson Valley and southern Adirondack regions.
Photographs and technical drawings of gardens designed by Landscape Architect Fletcher Steele in the 20th century.
This collection contains images documenting the inventors and inventions of the GE Research Laboratory from 1900 - 1990.
A collection of photographs of the people, towns, and countryside of the southern Genesee Valley region during the late nineteenth to late twentieth centuries.
Photographs relating to the history and development of Geneva, New York in the 19th and 20th centuries.
This collection reflects the diversity of the student body as well as the broadening scope of the curriculum as the Institute responded to the wants and needs of employers and students in the region.
This collection includes photographs of buildings in the city of Ithaca in Tompkins County, New York, taken in 1954 by Roy Wenzlick and Company.
A collection of photographs, pamphlets, letters, and other materials highlighting 20th century citizen political activism, grassroots conservation, daily life, and outdoor recreation in the Adirondacks in New York State.
This collection documents the library’s early years (1957-1969), beginning through the initiative of the Westbrook Women’s Club.
The collection includes both military photos from the 52nd General Hospital and personal family photos of Luca, his wife Lilian, and their relatives.
This collection contains photographs of the New York, Ontario and Western Railway near Hamilton, NY.
Bob Wyer’s photographs cover the late 30s to the late 70s, showing life in and around Delhi, NY. They cover a wide range of activities, including schools, businesses, and community activities.
Images of landscaping, tree plantings, employees and buildings around Mary Flagler Cary's Millbrook estate as well as her family's estate, Edgewood.
Mid-20th century photographs of Lockport, New York by Edwin Polster.