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

The New York Ordnance Works Collection consists of photographs, maps, and official documents related to the New York Ordnance Works (NYOW), which was in active production during World War II.
This collection chronicles the daily life of the monks and seminarians during the early years of Holy Trinity Monastery and Seminary, while also capturing the traditional religious services of the Russian Orthodox Church
Documents and images related to the creation and maintenance of the Nyack Turnpike.