Preliminary Guide to Environmental Sources
Half Hollow Hills Community Library. Reference Dept.
Dix Hills, NY
- Half Hollow Hills Community Library (Dix Hills, N.Y.). Information
file, 1970-1988, 1973-1988 (bulk)
2.3 cubic ft.
Subject files containing clippings, articles, pamphlets, reports, brochures, and souvenir programs, 1970-1988. Files are arranged by subject including agriculture, airports, birds, economic conditions, environment, history, hospitals, Long Island Lighting Co., organizations, parks, planning, restaurants, recreation, roadways, taxes, weather, and wildlife for Dix Hills, the Half Hollow Hills area, Suffolk County, and Long Island as well as the Half Hollow Hills Community Library.
Hammondsport, NY 14840
- Photographic Collection, 1855(ca.)-1979, 1885-1920 (bulk).
350 items (ca.)
Photographs of Hammondsport, including houses, stores, churches, schools, hotels, and views, with many postcards and some aerial views. Other photographs show the Bath & Hammondsport Railroad, the N.Y. State Fish Hatchery, Keuka Lake cottages and steamboats, vineyards, wineries, packing grapes, and school classes and organizations. There are also portraits of Hammondsport residents, a photograph album of the flood of 1935, and views of Bath, Corning, Addison, Hornellsville, Canisteo, and other Steuben County villages, taken in 1893.
- Hunter Public Library (Hunter, N.Y.). Local history collection,
1847-1978, 1970-1978 (bulk)
.5 cubic ft.
Reports and plans prepared by the Greene County Planning Dept. on land use, community facilities, housing, water and sewage programs, environmental and scenic resources, financial analysis, the Mountaintop District, and summaries, 1970-1977; other public reports on community water systems, 1975, proposed changes in the Greene County government, 1978, and conservation and development of Catskill Park, 1975; results from questionnaires on community concerns in the Mountaintop area and the Town of Hunter, 1975; undated typescript of the memoirs of Col. William Edwards based on his original 1847 memoirs with additions by his son William W. Edwards and grandson William Henry Edwards, 1890s, concerning the tanning industry in Hunter and family history; photocopy of an article with photographs by James C. Haviland on unique areas in the Catskill Region, 1974; and bibliographies of local history books in public libraries in Greene County, 1975.