Newspaper clippings, memorabilia and other materials relating to the Jennings family of Utica, New York, in particular highlighting their military careers.
"There is an ecumenical wind in Buffalo. It is a long prevailing wind much less of the moment than many suppose." by Harlan Frost
An Ecumenical Wind in Buffalo provides a comprehensive overview of one hundred and twenty years of ecumenical cooperation in the Buffalo, New York region.
The Anna E. Wilcox Collection of Civil War letters consists of forty-five letters on forty-four separate sheets, eight photographs, four envelopes which could not be matched to any letters, and ancillary materials.
This collection contains annual bulletins from 1896 to 1900 and other Syracuse University College of Law materials.
Selected issues of the abolitionist newspaper, The Anti-Slavery Record, published in 1836.
Cartoons drawn by Polish immigrant, Henryk Archacki, representing current events at the time with a sense of Polish pride.
In the late 1970s, with support from the Genesee Valley Council on the Arts, photographer Daniel Fink (1937-1995) undertook a project of creating a photographic record of notable architectural specimens in Livingston County, NY.
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
Materials closely related to the life and work of famed philosopher Hannah Arendt.
This collection contains paintings, sculptures and other three dimensional objects in the Library's special collections.
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.
Two of Arthur B. Gregg, the Town Historian for the Town of Guilderland for many years, most essential publications can be found here.
Arthur Koweek's slide collection of buildings in Hudson, NY that were affected by urban renewal.
Journals recording testimonies from business owners who lost income due to the construction of the Ashokan Reservoir.
Atari pioneered the arcade video game and helped launch the video game revolution with the introduction of Pong (1972), the Home Pong console (1975), and the Atari 2600 (1977) during the 1970s. Initially as Atari Inc.
Historic maps detailing land ownership, structures, businesses, and bodies of water from New York City to Troy.
Corning Community College owns an autograph collection of over 100 noted statesmen, presidents, Revolutionary War heroes and authors including Henry Clay, Jules Verne, Theodore Roosevelt to name a few.
A collection of photographs of automobiles in Potsdam, New York
Photographs relating to the history of Rochester General Hospital during the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
This collection contains yearbooks, clippings, and printed materials from schools in Baldwinsville, NY.
A large collection of color photographs of Adirondack buildings taken by Barbara Parness and given to Adirondack Architectural Heritage.
Materials relating to John and Margaret Bard and Reverend James Starr Clark, which illustrate the beginnings of St. Stephen's College, Trinity Church and School, and Trinity Academy.
Class pictures from St. Stephen's and Bard College.
Historic photographs related to all buildings of Bard College, past and present.
Historic portraits of Bard College presidents.