Located in Chicago, CRL collects and preserves archival documents from developing regions such as Africa, Southeast Asia and Latin America.
Nineteenth century primary source collections; includes monographs, newspapers, pamphlets, manuscripts, ephemera, maps, statistics and more
Journals, photographs, newsletters, ephemera, interviews and poetry created by back to the landers of the St. Lawrence Valley and by those who have documented the movement.
The library has been awarded a grant by the Northern New York Library Network to assist the library in improving its collection of digitized versions of items in its library collection.
Women Together: The Journal of North Country Women was a bi-monthly, then quarterly, then bi-annual, newsletter for women in northern New York produced by a group of women who referred to themselves as North Country Women or The North Country Women’s Collective. North Country Women began meeting as a group in 1974 to discuss feminism and raise consciousness.
The Clark family has North Country roots that go back to Edwin Clark, who settled in the then village of Ogdensburgh in 1820. His wife, Sarah Hasbrouck Clark, was the daughter of Louis Hasbrouck, one of the founders of the village and the first clerk of St.
The collection consists of approximately 450 photographic postcards and lithograph images dating from before the turn of the 20th century to the 1960s. The cards are kept in three different binders with two of the binders containing mostly postcards of scenes, landmarks and streets of towns other than Canton. The third binder is almost exclusively postcards of the town and village of Canton.
Dr. James M. Payson was a founding faculty member of the State School of Agriculture, which was founded in 1907 at St.
The collection consists of eight stereoscopic photo cards depicting activities related to a moose hunt by members of the Oh You! Scraggy Club in 1910. None of the people in the photos are identified but five of the three-dimensional images have some writing on the back. The collection also includes a viewer for the images called a Holmes stereoscope.