Materials documenting the City of Buffalo and Niagara Frontier in 1825.
A collection of monographs which detail the history of the Western New York region.
The vast Adirondack Mountains were one of New York State’s last untamed wilderness regions, and historical maps tell the story of how this area was explored, charted, developed and settled from the 1700s through the present day.
Aerial photographs of the Cary Institute lands and arboretum.
Historic maps detailing land ownership, structures, businesses, and bodies of water from New York City to Troy.
Maps selected from the 1935 Buffalo Municipal Housing Authority Report.
Postcards and stereographs of many Buffalo Olmsted Parks from the late 1800s to early 1900s.
The Buffalo Photograph Collection of lantern slides contains images of cityscapes, street views, events, and architecture in turn-of-the-century Buffalo.
A collection of postcards depicting Buffalo in the early 20th century.
This collection contains maps of the College of Saint Rose campus from the twentieth and twenty-first centuries.
The Colonie New York Cemetery Collection is composed of documents and photographs related to the smaller cemeteries in the Colonie-area.
Maps, lithographs, and directories from the 1876 atlas published by the F. A. Davis Company.
This collection includes the 1875 Beers Atlas of Sullivan County, New York.
Maps, lithographs, and directories from the 1875 Beers atlas of Ulster County.
The Emporium Lumber Company was originally formed in 1892 in Pennsylvania and was dissolved in 1950. The success of the company led to expansion in New York State.
Historical postcards of Chemung County and Elmira, NY.
Historic photographs and advertisements of Farmingdale, Long Island.
Finch, Pruyn and Company was founded in 1865 when Jeremiah and Daniel Finch, along with Samuel Pruyn, purchased the Glens Falls Company mill in Glens Falls, New York. The company was incorporated in 1900 and paper production began in 1905 and still continues to this day.
A collection of photographs of Geneva, New York taken by James G. Vail in the late 19th century.
Photographs of Buffalo and Western New York during the 19th and early 20th centuries collected by George Nathan Newman.
Historical maps of towns located in Greene County, NY.
Photographs, slides, postcards, books, magazines and other miscellany documenting the history of Massapequa.
Sue Miller Young’s book, A History of the Town of Amherst, New York, 1818-1965, describing the early years of Amherst.
A collection of late 18th century and early 19th century maps, particularly of Western New York and Pennsylvania, created for the Holland Land Company.
A sampling of early legal documents and photographs from the town of Huntington’s archives.