Collections listed by subject
Quantity: 24.25 cubic ft. (about 24.25 boxes)
These records document the day-to-day activities and interests of the Knolls Action Project (KAP).
Quantity: 2.26 cubic ft. (about 2.26 boxes)
The Henry S. Manley Papers contain materials related to Manley's legal career, research materials related to Native American issues (including material used for Manley's book <emph render="italic">The Treaty of Fort Stanwix, 1784</emph>), and some of his personal papers.
Quantity: 1.2 cubic ft. (about 1.2 boxes)
The North Country James Bay Group records document efforts of this upstate New York environmental organization to stop Hydro-Québec’s Great Whale (Grande Baleine) River/James Bay II development efforts in the early 1990s.
Quantity: 11.0 cubic ft. (about 11.0 boxes)
The papers of Nancy Papish document her involvement with Clearwater, North River Friends of Clearwater (NRFC), and the campaign to stop Hydro-Quebec's development plan for James Bay. These papers document the environmental activism of Nancy Papish from the 1970s through the 1990s. Included are meeting minutes, notes, mailings, press releases, news clippings, magazine articles, programs, and publications. The Clearwater files contain near-complete runs of newsletters produced by both NRFC and the parent Clearwater organization. Evidence of NRFC's outreach activities is found in a slide show titled "This Is Clearwater" and numerous poster displays. Documentation of Clearwater's organization and administration, such as meeting minutes, internal reports, and committee files, are almost entirely absent. There is little information about the membership of Clearwater. The James Bay files contain materials from several organizations.
Quantity: 29 cubic ft. (about 29 boxes)
The collection documents the day-to-day work of the Sierra Club's Atlantic Chapter over three and a half decades.
Quantity: 18.84 cubic ft. (about 18.84 boxes)
The Norman Studer Papers document his career as both an educator and ardent Catskill folklorist. The collection includes significant material relating to his work as director of the Downtown Community School in New York City and Camp Woodland in the Catskills.