This collection contains items related to the life of Colonel Elmer Ephraim Ellsworth.
The Ernie Simon Collection includes his personal collection of “Port Remembered” photographs.
The Fayetteville Free Library Postcard Collection is a representative sample of postcards, featuring historic images of the Fayetteville village streetscape dating back to the early 19th century.
Photographs relating to the history and development of Geneva, New York in the 19th and 20th centuries.
Photographs taken by George W. Fenner during World War I, documenting the people and activities supporting the war efforts in Syracuse, New York.
A book outlining the history of the Jefferson County village of Sterlingville, a small community that ceased to exist upon the government’s expansion of Pine Camp (now Fort Drum) prior to the United States’ entry into World War II.
Images of Lynbrook captured by Leo H. Bock, a long time Lynbrook resident.
Photographs documenting all of the permanent September 11 memorials and monuments on Long Island.
This collection contains photographs of World War II veterans who were from the Mechanicville area.
This collection contains photographs, documents, and a book sharing the history of the Town of Ballston.
This is a collection of photographs of important people, places, and events; as well as documents that were used by the students and faculty in the beginning years of the college when it was a vocational school for educating returning veterans in automotive technology, machine operation and many are
The Way We Were Town of Saratoga collection includes vintage postcards and photographs with descriptive captions from the first half of the 20th Century in the Villages of Victory and Schuylerville along with the Town of Saratoga.