Documents and images related to cooking and food preparation in the 18th and 19th centuries.
A collection of correspondence and documents relating to Henrietta, New York native, Abram Lincoln.
Collection of photographs showing various Adirondack scenes that includes people, towns, landscapes, camps etc. Images were taken in the 1890s.
Documents and photographs relating to African-American history in the early United States.
Papers of Dr. Albert Leffingwell, including diaries, letters, and manuscripts from the 19th and 20th centuries.
This collection contains digitized versions of the College's 16mm Film Collection which includes films of early College activities and a variety of other subjects such as a family vacation, product demonstrations, and maple syrup operations as well as footage of the 1910 fires at Paul Smith's Hotel
Historical pamphlets, newspaper clippings, and fliers detailing the early history of Long Island.
Photographs of an African American community in Syracuse, New York that were collected as part of a photo-documentation project.
This collection contains numerous photographic portraits of various members of the Beede family, as well as images of home and business occupied by the family.
Historical material and memorabilia relating to Bennett College.
Photographs, postcards, and ephemera relating to the history of Big Flats and Chemung County.
The photographs in this series document a variety of businesses over Tupper Lake’s history from approximately 1880 to 2005.
Historic photographs of Camp Mills.
Postcards sent from Camp Upton in WWI.
A collection of materials on Jones family of Utica, New York providing detailed glimpse of family life and the community in Central New York during the mid-twentieth-century.
This collection includes one oral history video conducted by students at Central Square High School.
A digital collection of etchings titled “New York and Long Island Landscapes” by artist Charles Henry Miller (1842-1922).
Historical photographs of the village of Chatham and surrounding towns and hamlets.
A collection of manuscript cookbooks kept by several generations of Cherry Hill women (and a few men) spanning the 18th, 19th, and 20th centuries. Individual receipts include cooking recipes, remedies for the sick, and instructions for farming, as well as newspaper clippings and other ephemera.
Historical documents, images, and artifacts relating to the Chester, New York community.
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.
Collection of photographs and other material from Clark Rice and Merrium Crocker
Students in Professor Laura Ettinger's History of Public Health in America course conducted audio interviews with relatives and friends about how the COVID-19 pandemic affected their lives so that people in the future can learn about what it was like to live in 2020 and 2021.
Archival documents relating to the early development of the town of New Paltz, NY.
This collection includes postcards, images, and stereographs relating to Cornwall, N.Y.