Items in New York Heritage are organized into collections, which provide additional context for understanding their significance and meaning.
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.
Photographs relating to the Love Canal environmental tragedy in the late 20th century.
A collection of the Alumni newsletters from the mid-twentieth century through the twenty-first century.
Utica resident Kathleen Oser was involved in many civil rights and women’s rights movements, especially the National Organization for Women (NOW.) The collection contains materials relating to Osner’s involvement in NOW.
Collection of photographs, documents and other items relating to the Zonta Club of Buffalo, now Zonta International, a leading global organization of women professionals.