Items in New York Heritage are organized into collections, which provide additional context for understanding their significance and meaning.
The Trudeau Sanatorium, located in the Adirondack region, was known for its open-air treatment of tuberculosis patients. This collection of early 20th century photographs, depicting scenes at the Sanitorium, was taken by patient Margaret Hort.
A collection of mineral samples, artifacts, and photographs relating to the history of mining in Essex County
Photographs, correspondence, and newspaper clippings relating to the early campuses of the Syracuse University College of Medicine in Syracuse, New York in the late 19th and early 20th century.
Dudley launched probes and balloons into the upper atmosphere in order to collect and examine the micro-meteorites to be found there. This collection contains documentation from this process.
This collection contains photographs from Mary D. Burnham, who was a Deaconess, Director of the Women’s Auxiliary of the Diocese of Central New York, founder of the Dakota League, and live-in House Mother, Superintendent, and Treasurer of Current Receipts for the House and Hospital of the Good Shepherd in Syracuse.