Items in New York Heritage are organized into collections, which provide additional context for understanding their significance and meaning.
This collection of photographs relates to the history of Nazareth College from its founding in 1924 through the early 21st century.
Nazareth College yearbook, Sigillum, was published 1948 through 2018. This collection includes Excalibur, produced in 1928 by the first graduating class to commemorate Nazareth College’s first four years.
Paintings and photographs of Chiropractic Pioneers and those who have help and continue to aid in the understanding of natural healthcare within the Chiropractic and Acupuncture fields.
Grant W. Johnson of Ticonderoga served as Essex County's lone State Assemblyman from 1953 until his death in 1965. In that time, New York's roads were of particular interest to him, especially the proposed "Adirondack Northway," an extension of the State Thruway's I-87 segment, that would link Albany to the Canadian border. This collection documents Johnson's role, and that of others, from Governor Thomas E. Dewey's proposal for a major highway to connect New York City and Montreal in 1953 to the 1960 aftermath of the referendum results. Researchers interested in the early implementation of the National Interstate and Defense Highways Act of 1956, the Adirondack Park, or state and local politics of the era will find much of value in this collection.