Preliminary Guide to Environmental Sources
Reed Memorial Library.
- Reed Memorial Library (Carmel, NY). Local history collection,
1.5 cubic ft.
Reproduction note: Photocopies in part.
Pamphlets, booklets, clippings, research papers, genealogies, reports, brochures, maps, and a few photographs pertaining to the history of Carmel, the Town of Kent, and Putnam County. Subjects include Sybil Ludington and Revolutionary War history, local churches, the Putnam Railroad, the Civil War, the Drew Seminary for Young Women, environmental studies, and business and industry. Family names include Ryder, May-Fuller, Griffith, Hamilton, and Baldwin. Items of note include a photocopy of an historical sermon by Rev. C.C. Wallace, Mahopac Falls, 1878; newsletters of the Putnam County Historian, 1960-1962; report of the Public Health Nursing Service, Putnam County, 1960; and transcripts of cemetery records for the early settlers in southern Dutchess and Putnam Counties compiled by Rev. Floyd Fisher, 1972. Also, a calendar from the Centennial Exposition in Philadelphia, 1876.
Subject: Conservation of natural resources--Study and teaching.
Remsen, NY 13438
- Photographs, 1870(ca.)-1930(ca.).
30 items (ca.)
Photos of local people and buildings, and a panorama of Starr Hill, State Reforestation Area, prior to reforestation, commissioned by Augustus L. Richards, c.1930.
110 8th Street, Troy, NY 12181
- Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, School of Engineering. Rensselaer
Polytechnic Institute, School of Engineering records, 1962(ca.)-1980(ca.).
15.0 cubic ft. (ca.)
Correspondence and brochures of and about the School of Engineering, including the Departments of Bio-medical, Environmental, Materials, Chemical, and Civil Engineering.
- Riverhead Free Library (Riverhead, N.Y.). Information file, 1898-1987.
70 cubic ft.
Subject files containing articles, pamphlets, reports, brochures, souvenir programs, maps, journals, catalogs, newsletters, and bibliographies relating to local and world events and travel, blacks, recreation, the arts, business, housing, environment, history, diseases, animal husbandry, agriculture, farms, and industry.
- Riverhead Free Library (Riverhead, N.Y.). Shoreham information
1.2 cubic ft.
Clippings and articles about the Long Island Lighting Company's nuclear power station at Shoreham, N.Y.
657 East Avenue, Rochester, NY 14603
- Seth Green Family. Seth Green Family papers, 1844-1978.
1.3 cubic ft.
Seth Green was the pioneer fish culturist in the U.S. and first Superintendent of the New York State Fish Commission.
Photographs of Green and his family and the New York State Fish Hatchery at Caledonia; personal and family letters; biographical data; Green's letters to newspapers and letters from Louis Agassiz, Cyrus W. Field, and politicians, about fish culture and the New York State Fish Commission; memoranda, notes, scrapbooks, and clippings. Also logbook of New York State Fish Commission, 1878-81, including record of fish hatched and distributed and notes on trout breeding experiments by Green. Correspondence and diaries of Chester K. Green, U.S. Commissioner of Fish and Fisheries, and his hatching logbooks, 1901-02; letters and other papers of Dr. Eric S. Green concerning the Monroe County Home and Infirmary, 1930's; genealogical data; and publications by and about Seth Green.
115 South Avenue, Rochester, NY 14604
- George W. Goler, 1864-1940. George W. Goler papers, 1892-1932.
30.0 linear feet (ca.)
Correspondence, laboratory reports, articles, and notes of Dr. George W. Goler, Rochester Health Officer, 1896-1932. Subjects include contraception, air quality, child care, drugs, sanitation, housing, influenza, pneumonia, tuberculosis and other communicable diseases, insects and vermin, venereal disease and its treatment (especially as related tothe U.S. Army and the 'Rochester method' of treatment), testing and purification of milk, water supply protection, smallpox vaccination, diphtheria anti-toxin, and other topics relating to public health in Rochester.
Finding aids: Narrative description.
Finding aids: Folder list.
Finding aids: Card catalog.