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Memos, briefs, notes, and other legal documents relating to land titles in New York State.
Adirondack Council correspondence, meeting minutes, reports, and other records documenting legislative efforts to protect the Adirondacks from acid rain.
Meeting minutes, correspondence, reports, and other records.
ADK Conservation Committee meeting agendas, minutes, notes, reports, newsletters, trail plans, and correspondence from member Jeffrey Levitt.
Files documenting the successful opposition of the Schenectady Chapter of the Adirondack Mountain Club to the proposal to build a dam in Breakabeen or Prattsville.
Historic, topographic, and other maps of the Adirondacks and Catskills.
Postcards of mostly of Adirondack scenes. Most of the postcards are the work of photographer Harold Ross.
Lithographs and other prints depicting Adirondack scenes and events collected by the Adirondack Research Library.
Clippings, reports, pamphlets, ephemera, and other material covering a wide range of Adirondacks related topics.
The Almy D. Coggeshall papers measure 2.52 cubic feet and were created during the years 1962-2009. They consist of correspondence, writings, photographs, and files on winter recreation in New York State with a focus on opposition to snowmobiles.
The Arthur E. Newkirk papers consist of 3.3 cubic feet of records and date from 1903 to 2004. The collection includes Dome Island Memorial Sanctuary Committee records, correspondence, writings, and other materials documenting Newkirk's conservation work in the Adirondacks.
Research material, publications, photographs, and a few manuscript items relating to Bob Marshall collected by his niece Ellen Marshall Scholle.
Correspondence and ephemera relating primarily to Paul Schaefer.
The Carl J. George collection consists primarily of newspaper clippings, correspondence, and other materials related to the Adirondacks collected by Carl J. George as part of his work on the Adirondack Chronology. Also included are his writings on Adirondacks biology and environmentalism.
Historical material on Beaver Lake and the camping trips of her grandfather Bob Gillespie and Harvey and Ray Durham. Primarily photocopies.
Clippings, reports, ephemera, and other material documenting the Catskills.
Administrative records, drafts, open space plans, and environmental reports created and accumulated while performing duties as the Director of Land Resources Planning for the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation.
Correspondence, publications, and reports relating to the campaign against the Adirondack Northway.
Correspondence, minutes, reports, and publications documenting the activities of the Constitutional Council for the Forest Preserve.
The records of Couch-Sa-Chra-Ga Association, Inc. measure 2.75 cubic feet and date from 1964-1991. The collection includes correspondence, finances, audio-visual materials, and other records of the Association relating to its production of films about the Adirondacks.
Copies of maps and deeds relating to Lows Lake.
Family photographs, papers, ephemera and deeds of the Dalton and Loines families. The bulk of materials focus on camps and lakehouses in the Northwest Bay of Lake George, NY.
Correspondence, reports, notes, publications, and other material from David Gibson's work with the Association for the Protection of the Adirondacks (AfPA) and other environmental advocacy organizations.
Correspondence, reports, and publicity relating to the establishment and maintenance of the Dome Island Memorial Sanctuary.
Photographs documenting some of the rock and ice climbing trips of Donald J. LeBeau. Includes a flash drive containing scans of these and other LeBeau photographs made by Richard E. Tucker.
Photographs taken by Dudley Marple while hiking the Adirondacks, Catskills, and other Northeastern mountains.
Typescript travel accounts of a canoeing and hiking trip in the Adirondacks by E. C. Sanders and H. D. Cranston, including photographs.
The Edith Pilcher papers measure 5.13 cubic feet and date from 1790-2007, with the bulk of the collection falling between 1980-2004. The papers reflect her work as a freelance writer outside duties as Collection Development Chair of the Adirondack Research Library. The collection consists of research materials, correspondence, notes, photographs, and drafts of each of her four books on Adirondack History.