Potsdam Public Museum
Potsdam, NY 13676
The Potsdam Public Museum is a non-profit educational institution. As such, it strives to collect, preserve, study and exhibit artifacts and materials relating to the history of Potsdam, NY, and the surrounding area.
The Museum, founded in 1940, is a department of the Village of Potsdam, with policy governed by an independent board of trustees. Its extensive collections span the history of the Village and include 18th-20th Century decorative arts collected by area residents.
Potsdam Public Museum is a member of the Northern New York Library Network.
A collection exemplifying of english pottery dating between 1790 and 1860.
A collection of photographs of churches located in and around Potsdam, New York
This collection consists of images of prominent buildings, people, and other items relating to the early history of Potsdam, New York
A collection of photographs of horse drawn wagons and carts in Potsdam, New York.
A collection of photographs of firefighters, fires, and firefighting vehicles in the Potsdam area.
A collection of photographs and pamphlets relating to Potsdam during the 1940s.
A collection of photographs of automobiles in Potsdam, New York