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Norwood-Norfolk Central School Yearbooks

St. Lawrence-Lewis Board of Educational Services

The St. Lawrence-Lewis School Library System collection consists of high school yearbooks from area high schools. The Norfolkian is the annual yearbook of the Norfolk Central School. The Finale is the annual yearbook of Norwood school. The Keystoner is the annual yearbook of the Norwood-Norfolk Central School.

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Roosevelt Wild Life Station Collection

SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry - Moon Library

Dates of Original: 1920 - 1934

The Roosevelt Wild Life Station was established by an act of the New York State Legislature in 1919 to memorialize Theodore Roosevelt as a wildlife conservationist. The Station was established at the College of Forestry at Syracuse University (now SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry) through the efforts of Dr. Charles C. Adams, who was a professor of forest zoology at the College and went on to become Director of the New York State Museum in Albany. The scientific information gleaned from the RWLS helped wild animals become recognized as a natural resource in need of... Read more

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SUNY Brockport Slide Collection

SUNY College at Brockport

Dates of Original: c. 1965 - 1980

SUNY Brockport has a long history. It was first known as Brockport Collegiate Institute in the mid-19th century. Later it became known as the Brockport State Normal School and Brockport State Teachers College. In 1948, it became part of the SUNY system. The College has continued to grow and evolve, which includes developing the campus. Many campus buildings were constructed in the mid-to-late 20th century.

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175th Anniversary of the Buffalo & Erie County Public Library

Buffalo and Erie County Public Library

Dates of Original: c. 1885 - 1960

The Buffalo & Erie County Public Library celebrated its 175th anniversary in 2011, tracing its roots back to the year 1836 when the Young Men's Association (YMA) was established. The YMA was a membership/subscriber library that coexisted with the Grosvenor Library when it was established in 1871 as a public reference library. Later, the Buffalo Public Library (BPL), also a tax supported public library, was succeeded by the YMA. The YMA and BPL fostered the Buffalo Society of Natural Sciences (now the Buffalo Museum of Science), the Buffalo Fine Arts Academy (later becoming the... Read more

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