SUNY OCC Commencement Programs
Onondaga Community College Commencement Programs detail each college graduation ceremony from the first graduating class in 1964 to the present.
Assigned seating for graduate students for graduation exercises circa 1979.

Oral histories and papers from student projects.

SUNY Plattsburgh Campus Newsletters
Digital collection includes newsletters published from 1959-2009 at SUNY Plattsburgh.
SUNY Poly Student Publications
This collection is comprised of SUNY Poly student publications (The Factory Times, the Paper Sun, and The Snowflake), covering a period ranging from 1974 through 2010.
New York Heritage Logo in Greyscale

Documents from commencement ceremonies at Schenectady County Community College.

SUNY Schenectady County Community College 50th Anniversary Collection
In honor of the SUNY Schenectady's 50th Anniversary of admitting its first freshmen class in 1969, this collection highlights the expansion of the campus from its initial building, the former Hotel Van Curler, to its current 57 acres and individuals who played prominent roles in the development of t
Photo of table place settings with silverware and red napkins on a white tablecloth

This collection contains over 500 local, national, and international restaurant menus collected Dr. M. Estellie Smith.

Superstorm Sandy Collection

Photographs of the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy that made landfall in New York on October 29, 2012. 

Logo in Armenian and Latin script

Survive, Remember, Thrive | Armenian Traditions in Western New York preserves the traditions, memories, and stories of the local Armenian community through this audio interview collection and the original shortform documentary video series produced by the C

Self Portrait

This collection contains photographs from two of Sylvia de Swann's projects: Return/The Landscape of Memory and Portraits.

Syracuse Central High School Archives

The Syracuse Central High School collection contains class photographs and diplomas from the late-19th century to mid-20th century.

Syracuse Free Dispensary
Photographs and documents relating to the Syracuse Free Dispensary which operated from 1888-1964.
SLURP, July 1975 Page 1

Newsletters produced by the Syracuse Lavender Union Reporting Press documenting the LGBTQ community in Syracuse.  The newsletters are part of the Chad Wheaton Papers on Syracuse Gay Rights Activism collection 1968-1993.

302 West Beard Ave Syracuse, NY 13205

The photographs in this collection depict homes and other buildings in the Syracuse region that are about to be demolished.

Still from newsreel of Congress of Racial Equality protest in front of Niagara Mohawk building (May 6, 1965 6PM WSYR Broadcast)

This collection covers the daily news stories in Onondaga County and the Onondaga Nation from 1965 to 1974, with an emphasis on activism and social justice history.

Tappan, NY History Collection

This collection includes documents, images, and ephemera relating to the hamlet of Tappan.

cover of The Tattler, April 1916

Magazines created by the students of Waterloo High School between 1908 and 1925.

Taylor Civil War Letters
A collection of personal correspondence written during the Civil War by Union Soldier Edward H. C. Taylor.
The Messenger

This collection highlights Freeport's Jewish community, focusing its members' life accomplishments including marriage, birth, death and bar mar mitzvahs.

daguerreotype portrait

An assembled collection of images of the extended Ten Broeck family. 

Handwritten document with embossed seal

An assembled collection of records from the family of Abraham Ten Broeck (1734-1810).


An assembled collection of images taken of the Ten Broeck Mansion in Arbor Hill, Albany, New York. 

Ten Eyck Fonda Collection
The Ten Eyck Fonda Collection consists of twenty-six letters written by Fonda while serving as a telegrapher for the United States Military Telegraph Service during the Civil War, and one political campaign card.
terra cotta roof in Alfred

Photographs and reports completed in the early 1990s to document the terra cotta roofs in Alfred, New York.