Items in New York Heritage are organized into collections, which provide additional context for understanding their significance and meaning.

This collection features Acorn Stove trade cards from the collection of the Albany County Historical Association. The cards were created after 1850 to advertise Acorn Stoves, which were manufactured by the Albany company, Rathbone and Sard.
Photographs taken at Camp Syracuse, a World War I training and recruitment center.
Historic glass and film negatives, prints, and postcards documenting life along New York State’s canals, including the Erie Canal, Black River Canal, and Champlain Canal from the collection of Albert Gayer.
Photographs, objects, ephemera and printed materials from the 1860s through 1971 relating to the Hudson River Day Line.
This collection contains photographs from 1875 to 1935 and shows how the village of Ilion looked before, during, and after the building boom that occurred in the late 1800s to early 1900s.

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