Paintings from the Woodstock Artists Association & Museum, featuring the work of American artists who have lived and created in the Woodstock region.
Drawings, woodcuts, ceramics and photographs, largely created at the Byrdcliffe Art Colony in Woodstock, NY.
The “Working on the Erie Canal” collection contains photographs and documents relating to the canal and its workers.
This collection consists of newspaper articles about the men from Middleburgh, NY and the surrounding area who died in World War II.
Documents, correspondence, and photographs related to World War I.
This collection is a collection of World War I-era postcards that were a gift to Union College from William Nelson Potter Dailey, a member of the class of 1884.
Letters written by Staff Sergeant Virgil Deyo during his service in World War II.
This collection contains items relating to the World’s Fair.
This collection includes drawings, photographs, and posters created for the WPA Federal Arts Project in the Rochester, New York region during the late 1930s.
News reels used in producing news segments for WRKL Rockland County radio station.
Newspaper clippings about local men from Schohaire County, New York serving in the armed forces during World War II.
Images of Yama Farms Inn, as well as the grounds and farmland that surrounded the resort.
A collection of yearbooks published at the end of the academic year. Starting in the early 1970's, the focus of the yearbook became the graduating class as opposed to the entire student body.
This collection is one of the largest and finest on yellow fever anywhere in the world. It contains monographs and reprints, representing the development of medical thought on yellow fever over the course of a century and a half.
Yearbooks from Johnson City, New York.
Collection of photographs, documents and other items relating to the Zonta Club of Buffalo, now Zonta International, a leading global organization of women professionals.