Items in New York Heritage are organized into collections, which provide additional context for understanding their significance and meaning.

Beginning in 1777, this collection follows Roelof Josiah Eltinge through his legal troubles of being an accused loyalist in New Paltz, NY.
In 1798, seven and a half acres were set aside for a public square in the center of the village, which is documented in this collection through photographs and other documents.
This collection contains historic images, postcards, and documents from across Putnam County.