A small collection of posters advertising theatrical productions at Daemen College (formerly Rosary Hill College). Posters date from 1972 to 1987.
Scrapbooks dating from 1874 to 1930 that document Cobleskill, NY and Schoharie County. They were compiled by local resident Daisy Brown.
Photographs related to the Danforth family of Jefferson, New York.
212 letters written by Daniel Hall (1829-1911) to his wife Catherine Canfield Hall (1834-1907) while he served in the U.S.
Photographs depicting Darwin Martin, his family, and his Frank Lloyd Wright-designed homes.
Yearbooks and pamphlets from the Oneonta Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution.
Katharine Pratt Horton Buffalo Chapter of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, Inc. is a non-profit, non-political volunteer women’s service organization that honors and preserves the legacy of its members’ patriot ancestors.
Photographs, including aerial views, of Montauk and the buildings that define it, along with group shots of people, and their organizations and activities, including a large number of photographs documenting the heyday of Montauk sportfishing.
This collection provides a glimpse of life on Oscawana Lake in Putnam County, NY.
Photographs of passenger service railroads in the southern Finger Lakes region in the 1940s and 1950s.
From 1861 to 1965, Davids Island, New Rochelle, NY was the site of several military encampments and army posts.
Diaries of Helen Alexander, who lived in rural Cayuga County from 1838 to 1923.
The diaries of Jonathan Pearson, a notable Union College graduate who served as a professor, librarian, and treasurer at the college after graduating top of his class in 1835. It includes reflections on his time as both a student and faculty member, along with accounts of his travels.