This collection contains yearbooks from Boonville High School, West Leyden Central School, and Adirondack Central School.
This collection includes paintings from Central New York artist Agnes Elliott's personal collection. Her paintings represent her love of flowers, nature and the landscapes of both Florida and central New York State.
The ArtOneida project is a celebration of public art in Oneida County, NY. The team from Sculpture Space in Utica has documented artwork all across Oneida for a database, website, interactive map, and commemorative book.
Photographs of an African American community in Syracuse, New York that were collected as part of a photo-documentation project.
This collection contains oral histories of members of Chemung County’s Black community, as well as whites involved in the Civil Rights movement.
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.
Collection of photographs and other material from Clark Rice and Merrium Crocker
A collection of photographs and published materials relating to the history of Clarkson University
Items from the collections held at the East Hampton Library.
Photographs, documents, and ephemera reflecting the history of Dutchess Community College.
Collection of materials by Blue Point historian Gene Horton.
Photographs and documents relating to the Health Sciences Library groundbreaking ceremony at SUNY Upstate Medical University.
This collection is a selection of items from the early 1900s loaned by the Guilderland Central School District.
A sampling of early legal documents and photographs from the town of Huntington’s archives.
Historic photographs of Huntington, NY.
Digitized copies of the Liberty High School yearbook, Libertas.
This collection contains items related to Maria College.
This collection contains photos and documents that pertain to Maureen O’Sullivan and James Cushing.
Historic photographs from the Merrick Library.
The Mohawk Valley Boy Scouts Collection provides insight into the recreational and community activities of the Mohawk Valley’s civic organizations during the twentieth and twenty-first centuries.
Interviews from the collection of the Montauk Library, Montauk, NY
N-Triple-Scene was monthly cable television show created by Niagara County Community College. The title is a play on NCCC’s nickname, N-Triple-C. N-Triple-Scene first aired in 1990 and was produced monthly during the academic year. Episodes depict campus and community events.
NCCC's Annual Reports contain detailed information on the College and its growth. Students, faculty, and staff accomplishments are highlighted. The reports are a summary of each academic year, encompassing enrollment statistics, financial statements, curriculum development, and community activities.
Photographs from the archives of the Northeast College of Health Sciences.
Historical markers of the Northport-East Northport community.