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Rushton Collection

St. Lawrence County Historical Association

John Henry Rushton was a renowned Adirondack boat builder who specialized in constructing lightweight watercraft for navigating the region’s many waterways and being carried across portages easily.

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The Baker-Cederberg Museum and Archives Collection

Rochester Regional Health - Rochester Medical Museum & Archvies

Dates of Original: 1864; 1896; 1956

The Baker-Cederberg Archives was established in 1947 for the hospital's centennial, and was named in honor of Marion Bradley Baker and George Cederberg, who saw the value of preserving Rochester General's past. For over half a century, the Baker-Cederberg Museum and Archives has served as the repository of Rochester General's rich heritage. Its collections include minute books of Rochester General's various boards from 1847 to present, scrapbooks, uniforms, memorabilia, and a 22,000-image photo collection.

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Women of Fayetteville Collection

Fayetteville Free Library

Dates of Original: c. 1890 - 1950

Fayetteville Village is located in the town Manlius, which is an eastern suburb of Syracuse in Onondaga County. The village is named after the Marquis de Lafayette, who was considered a national hero in both the United States and France. New York State is home to a great deal of historical women, one of whom was a Fayetteville native: Matilda Jocelyn Gage (1826 - 1898). Gage played a key role in the women’s rights movement and was known for being a great writer. Her house used as a station of the Underground Railroad and has become a historic site where people can visit and learn more... Read more

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Longwood Scrapbooks

Longwood Public Library

Dates of Original: c.1900-1930

The Bayles family have been identified with the town of Brook Haven and the village of Port Jefferson for generations.

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