Glass plate negatives taken by William Thompson Howell as he explored the New York Highlands.
Documents relating to Frederick Willie and his service in the Civil War.
Photographs and ephemera either donated or lent to the Nyack Library by Winston C. Perry, Jr. This includes images of local landscapes, architecture, people, and events.
The Witherill Postcard Collection contains mailed and unmailed postcards of businesses, structures, and local scenes of Cazenovia, NY and its vicinity.
This is a collection of WIVB-TV archival news clips, stories, and programs primarily spanning a period from the mid-1960s through the early 1990s. The collection is drawn from the station’s news film and 3/4 inch videotape archives.
This is a collection of WKBW-TV videotape segments highlighting the last 60 years of television news. The segments are primarily economic, political and featured segments produced by the Buffalo New York television station WKBW-TV since 1958.
This collection of advertisements, objects, periodical articles, photographs, and diary entries gives a window into the roles of women in the Oneida Community and the companies that it founded.
Photographs of women from the general file of women in Cayuga County.
The Women of Fayetteville collection comprises images of Fayetteville women and their activities dating back to the 19th century.
Selected materials from Women's Studio Workshop, including drawings, etchings, mixed media works, photographs, and artist's books.
Petitions signed by men and women in various towns of New York State in support of women's suffrage.
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.
Documents, correspondence, and photographs related to World War I.
Letters written by Staff Sergeant Virgil Deyo during his service in World War II.