This collection provides information on the New York State school system libraries as a whole as well as regional information and includes business papers, ephemera, and book volumes.
This collection includes correspondence, genealogical materials, biographical materials, photographs, and business materials with regards to World War II and the Erie Canal.
The Coalition on West Valley Nuclear Wastes (CWVNW) was formed in 1974 to study the reprocessing operation of the nuclear fuel and buried waste practices at the West Valley nuclear site. The Coalition's monitoring, advocating, lobbying, litigating, and acquiring of scientific, federal and state government information on West Valley has been met with modest success over the years, including helping to implement the West Valley Demonstration Project of 1980. The Coalition exists to this present day, continuing to advocate for the proper maintenance, containment and disposition of nuclear wastes and promote environmental awareness of citizens and elected officials. This collection is the record of its organization and activism efforts.
In 2015 and 2016, new additions to this collection were donated to the archives by several Coalition members. In 2018, with the help of a Documentary Heritage Preservation grant from the New York State Archives, the new materials were added to the existing Coalition on West Valley Nuclear Wastes Collection, with the process being finalized in March 2019.
This collection of letters includes information from Alvah Lawrence Jr. and George Lawrence during the Civil War
The Peacock Family Papers comprises business and financial records, legal papers, correspondence, photographs, scrapbooks and maps pertaining to the estates of William Peacock, his grandson, Charles E. Peacock, and his grandson, Donald Evans Peacock. The bulk of materials relate to Charles E. Peacock, including both personal and financial records, particularly related to the Peacock and Rood Vineyards.
This collection consists of correspondence between Charles Harrington and Sophia Gibbs during their courtship in the mid-nineteenth century.
This collection includes letters, photographs, and postcards, personal papers, and documents from the Frushone family of Jamestown, NY.
This collection consists of correspondence between Glen Burt and Maude Dean during their courtship in the early twentieth century.
The papers primarily concern correspondence and writings of Frances A. Durfee prior to her 1860 marriage to Calvin A. Mark.
This collection comprises family and business correspondence spanning four generations of the Rider family.
This collection consists of the family and business correspondence, personal papers, and business papers of the Day family.
This collection consists of preservation copies of the personal notebooks, scrapbooks, and papers of Evelyn Crandall, the first female legislator for Chautauqua County.
This collection is made up of 29 diaries kept by Morgan Lewis Granger.
The collection consists of family, legal, and business correspondence, subject files, and physical objects.
The collection consists of eight diaries and two diary fragments written by Esther F. Hopper of Forestville, NY during the early twentieth century.
The Robert F. Young Collection comprises the author’s short story, non-fiction, and novel-length manuscripts and typescripts; correspondence; the author’s drafts, revision, plot outlines, and other notes relating to each story; copies of published stories; clipping files from newspapers and magazines; some foreign translations of his stories; novel and anthology publications; and photographs.
This collection is composed of diaries kept from 1896 through 1958 written by John D. Griswold and his sister Evangeline Griswold.
This collection includes meeting minutes and ledgers of the Women Voters organization throughout the later twentieth century.
This collection is composed of the personal papers, correspondence, and some physical objects associated with or belonging to Daniel A. Reed.
This collection consists of letters written to Clarence T. Legters from his family, following his time serving during World War I.
This collection consists of correspondence, subject files, and photographs in regards to Abiram Orton during his service in the Civil War.
This is a collection of the personal papers and sermons of Methodist minister Steven Littlefield Mead from the later nineteenth century.
This collection consists of personal correspondence between the Thayer and Neate families during the latter half of the nineteenth century.
This collection is composed of personal papers and correspondence to and from Eric Mighells.
This collection consists of diaries, correspondence, personal and business correspondence relating to dairy farmer Thomas D. Phillips.
This collection is composed of personal papers and correspondence taking place during Anderson's service in World War II.
This is a collection of business papers from Chautauqua County Legislator Linda Malcolm during the course of her term.
This collection comprises the correspondence of the Cooley family, various business and legal papers from Chautauqua County families, and photographs of Lily Dale, NY.
This collection is primarily composed of family correspondence during military service, largely from World War II with a smaller portion from peace-time in the mid-1950s.
This collection is composed of various ephemera from the Huntley Manufacturing Company.
This collection highlights the late nineteenth/early twentieth-century musical career of Frank Drago and is mostly comprised of sheet music and photographs.
This collection comprises the business and personal papers, patents, and drawings of early twentieth-century industrial pioneer William W. Cease.
This collection is composed of a variety of cookbooks either compiled or authored by individuals or groups from Chautauqua County.
This collection is a singular item, the scrapbook-style business ledger of nineteenth-century Westfield, NY farmer Solon McEwen.
LRH002.33 Michael Reid Papers - This collection is currently being processed, Finding Aid forthcoming.
LRH003.01 Grace Richmond Collection
The Grace S. Richmond Collection contains extensive personal and professional correspondence; manuscript and print versions of Richmond’s writings; family photographs and memorabilia; appointment books of Richmond’s husband, Dr. Nelson C. Richmond; original artwork by Herman Pfeifer for Richmond’s novel The Brown Study; and audio recordings.
LRH003.02 John S. Lambert Papers
This collection is primarily composed of personal papers and legal research for Judge John S. Lambert, and also includes the mysterious Van Buren Life, a manuscript written by local artist Anna Clift Smith, which can be seen in our digital collections.
LRH003.03 IOOF Rebekah Lodge No.184 Records
This collection primarily consists of the business records of the Rebekah Lodge 184, The Golden Sceptre, along with various Odd Fellows and Masonic materials from local organizations.
LRH003.04 Dunkirk-Fredonia Business and Professional Women Papers
This collection comprises business correspondence, meeting minutes, and newspaper clippings regarding this local organization.
LRH003.05 Alonzo Wheelock Papers
This collection is currently undergoing processing and is unavailable to researchers. Finding Aid forthcoming.
LRH003.06 Fredonia Baptist Church Records
This collection covers over 100 years of meeting minutes, bulletins, membership lists, sermons, and other business and congregation papers related to the operation of the Fredonia Baptist Church. Includes some items that describe the church's history with the Underground Railroad.
LRH004.01 Vertical Files
LRH004.02 Flat Files
This collection consists of individual manuscripts that are unrelated to other Local & Regional History collections but are topically related to Local & Regional History.
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