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Archives Magazine Index
Summer 2001 – Spring 2013

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Wachhorst, Wyn, VI:4:(Spring 2007) 14

Wachtel, Howard M. (au), IV:3:(Winter 2005) 3, 18–21

Wagner, George, X:3:(Winter 2011) 40

Wagner, Sen. Robert F., XI:1:(Summer 2011) 12

Walcott, C. D. (Charles Doolittle), II:4:(Spring 2003) 13–15

Wald, Lillian D., VIII:1:(Summer 2008) 34

Walden Elementary School (Orange Co., N.Y.), VIII:4:(Spring 2009) 7

Waldorf-Astoria Hotel (New York City), VIII:2:(Fall 2008) 10, 13

Walker, Charles, XII:3:(Winter 2013) 24, 25, 26

Wall Street, II:2:(Fall 2002) 8–11, IV:3:(Winter 2005) 18–21, V:2:(Fall 2005) 18–22, XI:2:(Fall 2011) 30–32

Wall Street Exchange Building Association, X:3:(Winter 2011) 36–37

Waller, Joshua, I:1:(Summer 2001) 5

Walsh, Rev. Matthew, VI:2:(Fall 2006) 9

Walters, Rick, VIII:4:(Spring 2009) 6

Walworth, Chancelor Reuben Hyde, XI:3:(Winter 2012) 18–19

Walworth, Clara, XI:3:(Winter 2012) 19, 21

Walworth, Ellen Hardin, XI:3:(Winter 2012) 19–21

Walworth, Frank, XI:3:(Winter 2012) 18

Walworth, Frank Hardin, XI:3:(Winter 2012) 19–21

Walworth, Mansfield Tracy, XI:3:(Winter 2012) 18–20

Walworth, Nell, XI:3:(Winter 2012) 19

Walworth, Reuben Hyde, XI:3:(Winter 2012) 18, 20

Walworth, Reubena, XI:3:(Winter 2012) 19

Walworth, Tracy, XI:3:(Winter 2012) 19

Walworth Memorial Museum (Saratoga Springs, N.Y.), XI:3:(Winter 2012) 21

WAMC Northeast Public Radio, X:1:(Summer 2010) 8

Wappinger Indians, VII:3:(Winter 2008) 13

War of 1812, IV:2:(Fall 2004) 12–15, VIII:4:(Spring 2009) 28–31, X:2:(Fall 2010) 13, XII:3:(Winter 2013) 37

war veterans, X:3:(Winter 2011) 38–39

Waranawankong Indians, VII:3:(Winter 2008) 13

Ward, Aaron, VI:1:(Summer 2006) 28

Ward, Christine W., I:4:(Spring 2002) 2, 5, II:1:(Spring 2002) 2, II:2:(Fall 2002) 2–3, 6–7, II:4:(Spring 2003) 2, III:1:(Summer 2003) 2, III:2:(Fall 2003) 2–3, 34, III:3:(Winter 2004) 2, III:4:(Spring 2004) 6, IV:1:(Summer 2004) 2, IV:2:(Fall 2004) 2, 6, IV:3:(Winter 2005) 2, 4, IV:4:(Spring 2005) 2, V:1:(Summer 2005) 2, V:2:(Fall 2005) 2, V:3:(Winter 2006) 2, 4, 35, V:4:(Spring 2006) 2, VI:1:(Summer 2006) 2, VI:2:(Fall 2006) 2, VI:3:(Winter 2007) 2, VI:4:(Spring 2007) 2, VII:1:(Summer 2007) 2, 5, VII:2:(Fall 2007) 2, VII:3:(Winter 2008) 2, VII:4:(Spring 2008) 2, 5, VIII:1:(Summer 2008) 2, 5, VIII:2:(Fall 2008) 2, VIII:4:(Spring 2009) 3, IX:1:(Summer 2009) 3, IX:2:(Fall 2009) 3, IX:3:(Winter 2010) 3, 8, 11, IX:4:(Spring 2010) 2, X:1:(Summer 2010) 3, X:2:(Fall 2010) 3, X:3:(Winter 2011) 3, 6, 7, X:4:(Spring 2011) 3, XI:1:(Summer 2011) 3, 8, XI:2:(Fall 2011) 4, XI:3:(Winter 2012) 3, XI:4:(Spring 2012) 3, XII:1:(Summer 2012) 3, XII:2:(Fall 2012) 3, XII:3:(Winter 2013) 3

Ward, Ferdinand, VI:1:(Summer 2006) 17

Ward, Geoffrey C., XI:3:(Winter 2012) 16, 17

Waring, George Edwin, Jr., IX:2:(Fall 2009) 28, 30

Warren, George William, XII:4:(Spring 2013) 15

Warren, Jean, I:1:(Summer 2001) 14

Warren, Tanya Lee (au), III:4:(Spring 2004) 8–9

Warren Co., N.Y., bounty hunting in, VII:1:(Summer 2007) 6–7

Washington, D.C., slavery laws in, VI:1:(Summer 2006) 27–29, XII:2:(Fall 2012) 14, XII:4:(Spring 2013) 24

Washington, George, II:2:(Fall 2002) 13–15, IV:1:(Summer 2004) 19, IV:4:(Spring 2005) 4–5, VI:1:(Summer 2006) 13, IX:2:(Fall 2009) 10, X:1:(Summer 2010) 17, X:2:(Fall 2010) 11

Washington, Margaret (au), X:2:(Fall 2010) 5, 24–27

Washington Co., N.Y.

harvesting hay in, VIII:1:(Summer 2008) 4

suffragists in, XI:2:(Fall 2011) 26–29

turnpikes in, VII:2:(Fall 2007) 30–31, VIII:1:(Summer 2008) 4

Wassaic, N.Y., VII:2:(Fall 2007) 20

"Watchdog Committee," VII:1:(Summer 2007) 24–28

water damage, XI:3:(Winter 2012) 6–7

Waters, Marjorie (au), IV:3:(Winter 2005) 3, 26–28

Waterston, Sam, VI:3:(Winter 2007) 5

Watervliet, N.Y., X:1:(Summer 2010) 23

Shaker settlement in, IV:3:(Winter 2005) 30, X:4:(Spring 2011) 22–25

Watkins Glen, N.Y., auto racecourse, I:2:(Fall 2001) 4

Watson, Elkanah, VII:2:(Fall 2007) 29

Watts, John, VIII:1:(Summer 2008) 21

Watts, Robert J., VIII:1:(Summer 2008) 21

Wayne, John, VII:2:(Fall 2007) 32–33

weather. See heat waves

Weaver, George, III:3:(Winter 2004) 17

Web 2.0, X:2:(Fall 2010) 33, 34

Web site "web crawl," VII:1:(Summer 2007) 8

Webb, Mohammed Alexander Russell, X:3:(Winter 2011) 21, 22

Webb, N.Y., VI:2:(Fall 2006) 7

Webber, Charles T., I:4:(Spring 2002) 29

Webster, Daniel, VI:3:(Winter 2007) 17

Wechsler, Harold S., I:3:(Winter 2002) 27

Weddle, Bonita L. (au), III:1:(Summer 2003) 3, 30, VII:1:(Summer 2007) 3, 8

Weeks, James, V:1:(Summer 2005) 10

Weeksville (Brooklyn), N.Y., V:1:(Summer 2005) 10–13

Weeksville Society, V:1:(Summer 2005) 10–13

Weible, Robert (au), VIII:2:(Fall 2008) 2, XII:2:(Fall 2012) 4, 8–10

Weichmann, Louis J., X:4:(Spring 2011) 19

Weimer, Carol, V:1:(Summer 2005) 21

Weinman, O., X:3:(Winter 2011) 40

Weinstein, Dr. Allen, V:1:(Summer 2005) 8–9, VII:2:(Fall 2007) 7

Weiss, Vicki (au), VI:4:(Spring 2007) 3, 20–23, X:3:(Winter 2011) 5, 40

Welch, Charles, VII:1:(Summer 2007) 14–15

Welch, Dr. Thomas, VII:1:(Summer 2007) 14–15

Welch's Grape Juice Company, VII:1:(Summer 2007) 14–15

Wellman, Judith, V:1:(Summer 2005) 11, 13

Wellman, Judith (au), II:3:(Winter 2003) 3, 12–15, VII:4:(Spring 2008) 3, 24–27

Wells, H. G., III:4:(Spring 2004) 16

Wepner, Morris, X:1:(Summer 2010) 28

West Point, N.Y., II:2:(Fall 2002) 12–15, IX:2:(Fall 2009) 9–13. See also U.S. Military Academy

Lincoln at, VIII:3:(Winter 2009) 10–11, 18–21

West Shokan, N.Y., I:3:(Winter 2002) 22–23

West Troy, N.Y., X:1:(Summer 2010) 23. See also Watervliet

Westchester Co., N.Y., I:1:(Summer 2001) 4–5, IX:3:(Winter 2010) 8

African American communities in, VI:3:(Winter 2007) 25–28

crime and criminal justice system in, X:2:(Fall 2010) 8–9

land conservation in, I:2:(Fall 2001) 11–12

reservoirs, II:4:(Spring 2003) 23–25

slavery in, I:3:(Winter 2002) 15–18, VI:1:(Summer 2006) 27–29

"A Virtual Archive: The Civil War Era in Westchester," II:1:(Summer 2002) 7

Westchester County Anti-Slavery Society, VI:1:(Summer 2006) 29

Westchester County Archives, II:1:(Summer 2002) 7

Westerdahl, Carl A., X:3:(Winter 2011) 4

Western House of Refuge for Women (Albion, N.Y.), VII:2:(Fall 2007) 36

Western House of Refuge (Rochester, N.Y.), VIII:2:(Fall 2008) 33

Western New York Library Resources Council (WNYLRC), XI:3:(Winter 2012) 9

Westfield, N.Y., VII:1:(Summer 2007) 15, VIII:3:(Winter 2009) 9, VIII:3:(Winter 2009) 10

Westinghouse, George, Jr., X:3:(Winter 2011) 30–31

Westinghouse, George, Sr., X:3:(Winter 2011) 30

Westinghouse Air Brake, X:3:(Winter 2011) 30

Westinghouse Mansion That Almost Was, X:3:(Winter 2011) 30–31

Wexler, Irving "Waxey Gordon," VIII:2:(Fall 2008) 31

W.H. Brady, VIII:3:(Winter 2009) 29

Whalen, Grover, IV:1:(Summer 2004) 24–25

whaling, III:4:(Spring 2004) 9, IV:4:(Spring 2005) 18–22, VII:3:(Winter 2008) 20–23

Wheaton, Charles, V:3:(Winter 2006) 23

Wheeler, Joel, XI:3:(Winter 2012) 24–25

Wheeler, Steven (au), III:1:(Summer 2003) 3

Wheelock, Charles, XI:1:(Summer 2011) 33

White, George, XII:1:(Summer 2012) 22–23

White, Shane (au), XII:1:(Summer 2012) 4, 15–17

White, Stanford, VII:4:(Spring 2008) 13

White, William L., IV:4:(Spring 2005) 15

Whiteface Mountain, XI:3:(Winter 2012) 13

Whiting, Bowen, III:4:(Spring 2004) 12

Whitman, Gov. Charles S., I:4:(Spring 2002) 26–27, V:4:(Spring 2006) 29, IX:3:(Winter 2010) 13, XI:1:(Summer 2011) 34

Whitman, Walt, XII:2:(Fall 2012) 9, 22

Whitney family, III:1:(Summer 2003) 18–19

Wicks, Sen. Arthur, XI:3:(Winter 2012) 33

Wicks, Job, XI:4:(Spring 2012) 15–17

called to the Shakers, XI:4:(Spring 2012) 15–16

Wicks, Polly, XI:4:(Spring 2012) 15–17

Wicks family, XI:4:(Spring 2012) 15–16

deaths in, XI:4:(Spring 2012) 17

split, XI:4:(Spring 2012) 16–17

Widmer's Wine Cellars (Naples, N.Y.), VI:1:(Summer 2006) 6–7

Wilcoxen, Gilbert, IV:3:(Winter 2005) 26–28

Wilder, Almanzo, II:1:(Summer 2002) 6

Wilder, Eliza Jane, II:1:(Summer 2002) 6

Wilder, Laura Ingalls, II:1:(Summer 2002) 6

Wilderness Society, XI:3:(Winter 2012) 13

Wiley, Dr. J. W., XI:1:(Summer 2011) 8

Willard, Xerxes A., XII:3:(Winter 2013) 32, 33

Williams, Cornelius M., IX:4:(Spring 2010) 9–10, 12, 13

Williams, Frank J. (au), VIII:3:(Winter 2009) 5, 31–36, IX:3:(Winter 2010) 10

Williams, Gardner S., XII:1:(Summer 2012) 25

Williams, George, V:1:(Summer 2005) 5

Williams, George L. (au), IX:3:(Winter 2010) 4

Williams, Jesse, XII:3:(Winter 2013) 32, 33

Williams, Lydia A., V:2:(Fall 2005) 24, 26

Williams, Nathan, X:4:(Spring 2011) 24

Williams-Myers, A. J. (au), I:3:(Winter 2002) 3, 15–18

Willis, Carol, V:4:(Spring 2006) 11

Wilson, Gov. Malcolm, VII:3:(Winter 2008) 26

Wilson, Robert, XI:3:(Winter 2012) 16–17

Wilson, Woodrow, II:2:(Fall 2002) 23, V:2:(Fall 2005) 11, 14, VII:2:(Fall 2007) 24, VII:4:(Spring 2008) 10–11, XI:3:(Winter 2012) 35

Wilton, N.Y., VI:1:(Summer 2006) 17–19

Wiltwyck School for Boys (Esopus, N.Y.), II:2:(Fall 2002) 28–29

Wiltwyck/Wiltwijck (Kingston), N.Y., I:3:(Winter 2002) 9–10, II:3:(Winter 2003) 5

Windels, Paul, X:3:(Winter 2011) 33

windmills, II:1:(Summer 2002) 24–25

wine industry, VI:1:(Summer 2006) 6–7, XII:3:(Winter 2013) 35

Winslow, John, VIII:4:(Spring 2009) 5

Winter, Kate (au), VI:1:(Summer 2006) 3, 20–22

Winter Census of 1870 (New York City), X:1:(Summer 2010) 35

Winthrop, Gov. John (Conn.), V:2:(Fall 2005) 9

Wirt, Mildred, V:4:(Spring 2006) 14–15

Wisbey, Peter (au), VIII:3:(Winter 2009) 5–7

Wise, Arthur, X:3:(Winter 2011) 26

Wise, George, VI:1:(Summer 2006) 11

Wise, Rabbi Isaac, XII:2:(Fall 2012) 21

witch hunts and trials, V:2:(Fall 2005) 6–9

Wittern-Keller, Dr. Laura (au), I:4:(Spring 2002) 3, 24–25, II:2:(Fall 2002) 4, VII:3:(Winter 2008) 4, VIII:1:(Summer 2008) 6

Wojtowicz, John, II:1:(Summer 2002) 5

Wolcott, Jeannie, VII:1:(Summer 2007) 18

Wolfgang, Meldon J., III, V:1:(Summer 2005) 34–35, VI:2:(Fall 2006) 22, VIII:3:(Winter 2009) 47, XI:2:(Fall 2011) 7

Wolfgang, Meldon J., III (au), IV:4:(Spring 2005) 3, 28–29, V:1:(Summer 2005) 3, V:2:(Fall 2005) 3, 30–31, V:3:(Winter 2006) 3, V:4:(Spring 2006) 3, 30–31, VI:1:(Summer 2006) 3, 31, VI:2:(Fall 2006) 3, 28–29, VI:3:(Winter 2007) 3, 29, VI:4:(Spring 2007) 3, 32–33, VII:1:(Summer 2007) 3, VII:2:(Fall 2007) 3, 34–35, VII:3:(Winter 2008) 3, 34–35, VII:4:(Spring 2008) 3, 34–35, VIII:1:(Summer 2008) 3, 33, VIII:2:(Fall 2008) 3, 34–35, VIII:3:(Winter 2009) 5, VIII:4:(Spring 2009) 4, 38–39, IX:1:(Summer 2009) 36–37, IX:2:(Fall 2009) 33, IX:3:(Winter 2010) 28–29, IX:4:(Spring 2010) 32–33, X:1:(Summer 2010) 5, 34–35, X:2:(Fall 2010) 5, 34, 35, X:3:(Winter 2011) 5, 38, 39, X:4:(Spring 2011) 4, 34–35, XI:1:(Summer 2011) 5, 38–XI:1:(Summer 2011) 39, XI:2:(Fall 2011) 3, 34–XI:2:(Fall 2011) 35, XI:3:(Winter 2012) 5, 34–XI:3:(Winter 2012) 35, 35, XI:4:(Spring 2012) 4, 34–XI:4:(Spring 2012) 35, XII:1:(Summer 2012) 4, 34–XII:1:(Summer 2012) 35, XII:2:(Fall 2012) 4, 38–XII:2:(Fall 2012) 39, XII:3:(Winter 2013) 4, 38–XII:3:(Winter 2013) 39

Woman's Peace Party, VII:2:(Fall 2007) 24

women. See also Land So Fair; nurses

astronomy and, VI:1:(Summer 2006) 10

aviation and, III:2:(Fall 2003) 8–12

business and, II:2:(Fall 2002) 20–23

health and, IV:4:(Spring 2005) 14

labor and, VIII:2:(Fall 2008) 26–29

literature and, V:4:(Spring 2006) 13–15

merchants, 17th-century New York, VI:4:(Spring 2007) 9–13

in public office, VI:2:(Fall 2006) 12–15, VIII:1:(Summer 2008) 22–25

in publishing, IV:4:(Spring 2005) 23–26

in theater, VI:3:(Winter 2007) 12–15

World War II and, IV:2:(Fall 2004) 27–28

writers, III:2:(Fall 2003) 26–27, V:3:(Winter 2006) 25–27, VI:1:(Summer 2006) 20–22, VII:2:(Fall 2007) 26–28

Women's Central Association, XI:4:(Spring 2012) 22

Women's Christian Temperance Union, I:2:(Fall 2001) 21, IV:4:(Spring 2005) 25

Women's National Loyal League, IV:2:(Fall 2004) 21–22

Women's National Overseas Service League, VII:2:(Fall 2007) 25

Women's National Rebublican Club of New York City, VII:2:(Fall 2007) 25

Women's National Republican Association (WNRA), VIII:1:(Summer 2008) 23

women's rights movement, I:4:(Spring 2002) 28, V:2:(Fall 2005) 23–27, VII:4:(Spring 2008) 26. See alsowomen's suffrage

Womens' Rights National Historical Park (Seneca Falls, N.Y.), VII:4:(Spring 2008) 27

women's suffrage, I:2:(Fall 2001) 20–22, III:4:(Spring 2004) 15, IV:2:(Fall 2004) 21–23, VIII:1:(Summer 2008) 24–25, X:4:(Spring 2011) 26–27. See also women's rights movement

anti-suffragists, VII:2:(Fall 2007) 22–28, X:4:(Spring 2011) 26–27

suffragists of Easton, N.Y., XI:2:(Fall 2011) 26–29

Woo, Ilyon (au), X:4:(Spring 2011) 4, 22–25

Wood, Charles, VI:1:(Summer 2006) 16–19

Wood, Mayor Fernando, IX:1:(Summer 2009) 24–26

Wood, Frederick Charles, VII:4:(Spring 2008) 32–33

Wood, Gen. Leonard, V:2:(Fall 2005) 10–15, VI:2:(Fall 2006) 10

Wood, Phoebe Cornell, VII:3:(Winter 2008) 30

Woodcliff Pleasure Park (Poughkeepsie, N.Y.), XI:4:(Spring 2012) 19

Woodhouse, Mark (au), X:3:(Winter 2011) 5, 11–15

Woodhull, Abraham, IX:2:(Fall 2009) 10, 11, 13

Woodstock, X:2:(Fall 2010) 28, 31

selective memory of, X:2:(Fall 2010) 28–31

Woodstock '99, X:2:(Fall 2010) 28, 29

trouble in advance, X:2:(Fall 2010) 29–30

violence at, X:2:(Fall 2010) 30–31

Woodward, C. Vann, V:1:(Summer 2005) 9

Wool, Maj. Gen. John E., II:3:(Winter 2003) 18, 20

Woolsey, Georgeanna, XI:4:(Spring 2012) 21–22

Woolsey, Jane Stuart, XI:4:(Spring 2012) 21

Woolsey, Lt. Melancthon Taylor, VIII:4:(Spring 2009) 29

Worden, Neil, X:3:(Winter 2011) 6

workplace hazards and safety. See also Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire

legislation regarding, XI:1:(Summer 2011) 13

Works Progress Administration (WPA), IX:2:(Fall 2009) 20, 23

Household Training program, VIII:2:(Fall 2008) 26–29

"tax photos," VI:1:(Summer 2006) 31

World Trade Center (New York City)

Documentation Symposium, VII:2:(Fall 2007) 6

Documentation Task Force, I:3:(Winter 2002) 6–7

September 11, 2001 terrorist attack, I:3:(Winter 2002) 6–7

World War I. See also "Dynamite Hill"

Albany, N.Y. and, V:4:(Spring 2006) 32

anti-German sentiment during, III:2:(Fall 2003) 17–19

education and patriotism during, III:2:(Fall 2003) 16–19, V:4:(Spring 2006) 20–23

entertainment for soldiers, IV:3:(Winter 2005) 6–9

farm cadets and, I:1:(Summer 2001) 26–27, I:3:(Winter 2002) 4

farming and, XII:3:(Winter 2013) 38–39

France and, VIII:4:(Spring 2009) 36–37

Lever Food and Fuel Act, V:4:(Spring 2006) 29

military training, V:2:(Fall 2005) 10–15

nurses, III:3:(Winter 2004) 30

"Patriotic Group, Troy, N.Y.," IV:3:(Winter 2005) 32

"Peace Pilgrimage," I:4:(Fall 2002) 26

Plattsburg, N.Y. civilian training camps and, V:2:(Fall 2005) 10–15

Polish Blue Army in, I:2:(Fall 2001) 14–15

Red Scare, and social activism, and, IX:1:(Summer 2009) 32–33

service record cards, VI:2:(Fall 2006) 30–31

soldiers' letters, VII:4:(Spring 2008) 35

TNT for, XII:3:(Winter 2013) 29

U.S. passport system during, XI:3:(Winter 2012) 34–35

women's suffrage and, VII:2:(Fall 2007) 24–25

World War II, I:4:(Spring 2002) 20–22, IX:1:(Summer 2009) 10. See also Roosevelt's Secret War

aircraft, III:2:(Fall 2003) 12

automobile manufacturing and, XII:1:(Summer 2012) 33

Buffalo, N.Y. industry and, IV:2:(Fall 2004) 26–28

and the Chinese, XI:1:(Summer 2011) 4

espionage, II:3:(Winter 2003) 26–27

housing boom after, VII:1:(Summer 2007) 9–13

and the Japanese, XI:1:(Summer 2011) 4

New York City water supply and, II:4:(Spring 2003) 23–25

N.Y. National Guard in, III:3:(Winter 2004) 8–12, III:4:(Spring 2004) 4

post-war fears, IX:1:(Summer 2009) 28–31

prisoner-of-war labor during, VI:1:(Summer 2006) 6–7

public service radio programs, II:1:(Summer 2002) 27

Rochester School for the Deaf and, III:2:(Fall 2003) 5

Saipan, capture of, III:3:(Winter 2004) 11

UN Relief and Rehabilitation Administration (UNRRA), II:3:(Winter 2003) 4

victory gardens, II:1:(Summer 2002) 26

War Manpower Commission, VI:1:(Summer 2006) 7

women and, IV:2:(Fall 2004) 27–28

Wosh, Peter J. (au), V:3:(Winter 2006) 3, 8–12

Wright, Martha Coffin, V:2:(Fall 2005) 23

Wright, Gov. Silas, III:2:(Fall 2003) 15, XI:2:(Fall 2011) 19

writers on tape (New York State Writers Institute), IX:2:(Fall 2009) 6–7

Wyatt, Henry, III:4:(Spring 2004) 11–13

Wyckoff, Phoebe, III:4:(Spring 2004) 10–11