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

Portraits of the Horton family, as well as photographs of their mansion’s construction. (Later Horton and Morrison Hall.)
This collection highlights images and documents reflecting the College's move from its downtown Troy location to a permanent multi-building campus on the outskirts of the city to meet the demands of a growing student body and faculty, the need for varied instructional resources, and  continued growth as an established institution of higher education.
This collection contains photographs of the village of Ilion, New York that were affected by an urban revitalization project conducted from 1968-1972.
Photographs and documents relating to The Junior League of Buffalo, a volunteer organization known for its community work in the Western New York region.
Selected images from the Memorial Art Gallery’s history, including construction views and portraits of prominent people associated with the Gallery.

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