Items in New York Heritage are organized into collections, which provide additional context for understanding their significance and meaning.
This collection contains items from Camp Russell, a Boy Scout camp located in the Southwestern Adirondacks, dating from the early 1900s through the camp's closure in 2014.
This collection documents the activities of the CNY Chapter of the National Railway Historical Society, including views of the station museum restorations at Martisco and Central Square; the restoration and operation of locomotives and rolling stock; and Chapter-sponsored "Great New York State Model Train Fair."
A collection of various documents pertaining to the Clarkson family of Potsdam, New York
A collection of pohotographs of the Clarkson family and their home
The Burr truss is one of the most widespread timber bridge designs that can still be seen in covered bridges today. Located at the Oxford Memorial Library, the Theodore Burr Covered Bridge Resource Center hosts a vast library of covered bridge related books, magazines, and newsletters from all the bridge societies in existence today, as well as some that no longer exist.