Preliminary Guide to Environmental Sources
- City of Oswego, City Engineer. City of Oswego, City Engineer
43.0 cubic ft. (ca.), 239 v., 4000 items (ca.)
Engineer's Field Books covering City Engineer's/Surveyor's rough field notes and drawings,1850-present; zoning information containing applications for building permits to construct, alter, repair, or demolish buildings, 1932-present; also Engineer's drawings, blueprints, and drafts of maps covering structure of streets, harbor, river, canals, sewer systems, lighting systems, water, and hydrants.
- City of Oswego, Mayor. City of Oswego, Mayor records, 1848-1983.
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Correspondence concerning city departments, county, state, and federal governments, 1900-present; correspondence with and for youth and veterans, civil defense, and environmental programs, 1900-present; also a Bible, used for every inaugural ceremony, with signatures of every mayor of the City of Oswego, 1848-present.
- City of Oswego, Water Department. City of Oswego, Water Department
79 v. (ca.)
Permanent service record books for installation and replacement of water services, 1898-1920; annual reports, 1902-18; minutes of Water Department meetings, 1902-57; quarterly financial reports, 1903-14; additional office and field record books, 1915-36; stubs from permits issued for extension or discontinuation of piping, 1916-65; copies of outgoing correspondence, 1913-63; field record books for installation and replacement of water services, 1898-1914; and miscellaneous service records of the Oswego Water Works Company, 1867-97.