A collection of photographs portraying the remains of the Genesee Valley Canal.
This collection contains images and documents related to the Battenkill River and surrounding area.
This collection contains items related to the history of Bethlehem, New York.
The Champlain Canal Collection contains images of the construction of Lock # 2 on the Champlain Canal near Mechanicville, New York.
This collection contains photographs and drawings from Albany's business and industrial areas.
The Emporium Lumber Company was a logging company located in Conifer, New York in the early 20th century. This collection of photographs relates to their logging and railroad business.
This collections contains images of the Erie Canal in the Fort Plain area.
The Floral Fete Collection contains souvenir programs, photographs, postcards, stereoviews, articles, and ephemera from Saratoga’s floral parades.
Historic glass and film negatives, prints, and postcards documenting life along New York State’s canals, including the Erie Canal, Black River Canal, and Champlain Canal from the collection of Albert Gayer.
This collection contains images of postcards that show the buildings and surrounding area of Greenwich, New York.
Historic postcards of Glen Cove, Long Island
This collection contains items that share the history of the Feeder Canal and the people involved.
The Hudson River Voyage collection contains still images of steamboats that went up and down the the Hudson River between 1937 and 1939.
Photographs, color slides, documents and show tickets relating to the creation and design of the Jones Beach State Park complex.
The Mason-Malone Collection consists of images from the Mason Studio archive of prints and negatives.
Historic postcards from Merrick, NY.
Historic photographs of maritime activites around the area of Montauk.
Photographic and illustrated postcards relating to Naples, New York in the Finger Lakes region. In particular, the images highlight the natural features of the area, especially Canandaigua Lake throughout the early to mid-20th century.
Primary sources relating to the historical significance of Otsego Lake in Cooperstown, NY.
The Port Washington Maritime Collection features materials from the Local History Center that relate to the region’s rich maritime history and traditions.
The Richmond collection is made up of financial records and personal correspondence relating to the Ship Richmond’s whaling voyage from 1846-1849.
This collection contains images of postcards of Elston Hall, Hotel Van Curler, and the Western Gateway Bridge and surrounding area.
This collection contains photographs of homes and streets located in Schenectady, New York area.
Historic postcards related to the canals of New York State and Canada (1902-1948), from the collection of F. Channing Soule, an instrumental figure in establishing the Canal Society of New York State.
The State Reservation at Niagara is the oldest state park in the United States, officially established in 1885. The collection includes photographs, advertisements, blueprints, maps, letters, and other documents relating to the development and use of the Park.