The Green Lakes Collection is mostly comprised of photographs that belonged to Arvin Almquist, who was Superintendent of Green Lakes State Park from 1928 to 1948.
This series contains photographs that document the various stages of Mt. Morris, or “Big Tupper,” as well as Big Tupper’s predecessor, SugarLoaf Ski Center.
The Scoutmaster of Troop 73, Howard C. Coughtry, created this collection about the troop's civic and recreational activities.
This collection documents life at Camp Awosting, a summer camp for boys, originally located in Kerhonkson, NY.
This collection contains items from Camp Russell, a Boy Scout camp located in the Southwestern Adirondacks, dating from the early 1900s through the camp's closure in 2014.
A large collection of photographs that convey the importance of sportfishing to Montauk’s history and economic development.
Archival materials from the life of Charles Stoll with emphasis on the Stoll-McCracken Expedition to Alaska in 1928.
Postcards and photographs of steamboats, ships and ferries.
Historical photographs of the Clarkstown Country Club, located in Nyack, NY.
Research by Freeport Village historian Clinton E. Metz
The Crawford Collection contains photographs and glass negatives taken around Liverpool, New York by various photographers including Toby Crawford III’s father, George “Waxy” Miller and James T. Rogers.
Photographs, including aerial views, of Montauk and the buildings that define it, along with group shots of people, and their organizations and activities, including a large number of photographs documenting the heyday of Montauk sportfishing.
This collection provides a glimpse of life on Oscawana Lake in Putnam County, NY.
Postcards featuring scenes from East Marion and Orient, NY
A scrapbook related to Elizabeth Ryan, an American Freestyle swimmer from Rockland County.