The College Administration throughout the years is represented in this collection.
Canisius College has been located on three different campuses since its founding in 1870. This collection documents the construction and expansion of the College.
This collection highlights coaches, teams, individual athletes, and a variety of sports memorabilia including programs and tickets.
Church Records: St. Mary of the Assumption R.C. Church (a k.a. St.
Canisius College Course Catalogs, 1873-1920. These brochures provide a prospectus of Canisius College in its early years. They include course offerings, tuition and fees, student organizations and names of faculty, staff and students.
Canisius College Archives and Special Collections contains historic records and artifacts related to the institution. This exhibits samplings from the collections.
This collection contains photos of all Canisius' presidents from its first, Rev. William Becker, S.J. through John J. Hurley, J.D. who has the distinction of being the first lay president.
World War II Scrapbook, August 1942-April 1946 Compiled by Canisius’ first archivist, Rev. J.
Student organizations and clubs enrich campus life. Here are examples of student events from several generations.
This collection consists of every issue of the Algonquin between 1928 and 2015.
This collection contains items that share the history of the Capital District Library Council.
This is a collection of images and media documenting the rich history of radio and television broadcasting in the Albany region.
This collection contains issues of the Cardinal dating between 1914 and 1964. The Cardinal is the annual yearbook of first Plattsburgh Normal School, then SUNY Plattsburgh
A large collection of photographs that convey the importance of sportfishing to Montauk’s history and economic development.
Architect Carl F. Schmidt had a deep interest in historic architecture. This collection includes his drawings depicting architectural features, particularly doorways.
A collection of postcards and photographs shedding light on pivotal periods of Montauk’s history.
A collection of materials on Jones family of Utica, New York providing detailed glimpse of family life and the community in Central New York during the mid-twentieth-century.
Historical photographs and documents related to Catskill, NY.
The Cayuga and Seneca Lakes Agriculture and Craft Beverage Memory Project is a two-year oral history project. The interviews document and preserve the personal stories of wine, cider, beer and other beverage producers between Cayuga and Seneca Lakes.
A collection of photographs and documents relating to the McDonalds of Montauk.
Datasets of fully transcribed United State Census records as completed by volunteers for the HistoryForge project.
Photographic works from notable contemporary and historic photographers, many of whom participated in programs at The Center for Photography.
The Erie Canal Collection comprises a set of financial documents and cultural materials relevant to the Erie Canal digitized by the American Museum of Finance.
This collection includes one oral history video conducted by students at Central Square High School.
This collection contains the diary and correspondence of Cephas Breed, who graduated from Geneva Medical College in 1850.