Depicts life in Saratoga Springs, New York from a "local" perspective as captured by photographer Harry B. Settle and a few aspiring photographers.
Images taken by William Seward (Will) Teator (1860-1930), between 1890 and 1910, of Upper Red Hook (N.Y.) scenes, people, family groups, buildings, etc.
Photographs of the birth place and a manuscript of Walt Whitman.
Photographs and meeting minutes from Shirley's real estate business.
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Photographs and documents relating to the Wantagh Fire Department in Wantagh, NY
Photos, documents and ephemera of Wantagh, NY.
Images and records documenting the restoration of the Wantagh Train Station into the Wantagh Museum.
Photographs of various members in the Wantagh, NY Community
Photographs taken during the renovation of the Babylon Line of the Long Island Rail Road.
Items relating to the schools of Wantagh, NY
This collection contains images of diaries belonging to American men who served in various wars, including the Civil War, World War I, and World War II.
Photographs, letters, maps, drawings, and documents relating to the War of 1812.
Letters relating to the War of 1812 in New York.
Historic photographs documenting activities and experiences at Ward Manor.
A collection of postcards and photographs of Ward Manor in the 1920's. Ward Manor was a home for the poor and elderly as well as a summer camp for youth.
This collection contains documents and images of sheet music that was played during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.
Historic photographs of local subjects from Washingtonville and Blooming Grove’s past.
Postcards depicting various street scenes and local landmarks of Washingtonville and Blooming Grove.
Photographs and business documents relating to the Waterbury Mill, a felt mill in Oriskany, New York in operation for over a century.
The Watertown City Directory digital collection contains a subset of the City Directories located in the Flower Memorial Library (Watertown, NY).
This collection contains issues of the Annual published between 1907 and 2010.
This collection consists of images of businesses and industries located in and around Watervliet, N.Y. in the early 1900's.
This collection contains photographs and diaries of the Watson family, who are known for their involvement with the Memorial Art Gallery.
A scrapbook compiled by Emily Sibley Watson containing newspaper clippings and correspondence relating to her son, James Sibley Watson, Jr.’s filmmaking career in the early 20th century.