Association of Public Historians of New York State (APHNYS) Records, 1967-2007

SC23302

Quantity: 11 boxes (11.0 cubic feet)
Access: Open to research
Acquisition: Gift of Dr. Marilyn Van Dyke, November 2004, and of the Association of Public Historians of New York State, July 2014
Processed By: Regina Berry, Student Assistant, State University of New York at Albany, May 2016

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Historical Note:

In 1919 New York State passed legislation to create an officially-appointed historian in every town, village, city, borough and county across the Empire State. Unique in its concept, it provided every municipality with a distinctly identifiable person whose duties would be to ensure that the history of that area was collected, preserved and used to promote the history and heritage of the communities of New York.

For the next sixty years, these historians worked independently without the ability to network and learn from each other.  In 1971, a group of town, village and city historians banded together to form the Association of Municipal Historians of New York State (AMHNYS).  This group’s purpose was to promote training and professional standards for appointed historians, to encourage local support, to provide a forum for sharing ideas among historians, and to recognize the work of local historians.  AMHNYS was incorporated as a non-profit organization in 1979.

Seven years later, in 1986, the County Historians Association of New York State (CHANYS) was created to mirror the municipal historians’ program for the sixty-two county historians.  The two groups held separate conferences, workshops and pursued independent direction until 1999, when the boards of both groups agreed to merge the two organizations into what they felt would be one stronger and more effective tool for local government historians.  This new group became the Association of Public Historians of New York State (APHNYS).  It was recognized by the New York State Board of Regents as the official group representing the needs and work of over 1,600 local government historians.

From its inception, the APHNYS’s priorities were to raise the level of professionalism among the historians and to create a system that would allow the historians to receive the basic training and education needed to fulfill their responsibilities.  The association divided the state into twelve regions, with a coordinator in each region. The coordinators oversee regional and statewide meetings, conferences, and training events.

The Upper Hudson Historic Federation (UHHF) was formed when historians of Essex, Hamilton, Saratoga, Warren and Washington counties met in November of 1970 to create a mutually beneficial federation. With the formation of AMHNYS, the federation became Region II of AMHNYS, but continued to operate under the UHHF name.  By the 1999 merger of AMHNYS and CHANYS, the UHHF had been phased out as a separate organization.

Source: The Association of Public Historians of New York State, Draft for Membership & Supporter Review, Strategic Planning Report, Adopted April 2011.external link icon

Scope and Content Note:

The records of the Association of Public Historians of New York State (APHNYS) consist of minutes, conference proceedings, newsletters, correspondence, memoranda, financial reports, photographs, and other materials documenting the activities and functions of this organization and its predecessors as outlined in the historical note.  Therefore, this collection has been organized into four series: 1) the records of the Upper Hudson Historic Federation; 2) the records of the County Historians Association of New York State; 3) the records of the Association of Municipal Historians of New York State records; and 4) the records of the Association of Public Historians of New York State.

There is some degree of overlap in the material contained in each series, due, in part, to each organization having often attended the same meetings, particularly in the 1990s.

Provenance Note:

The original accession of these records was received from Dr. Marilyn Van Dyke in 2004 and accessioned as SC22814.  These were her records from her time as an officer of the Association of Municipal Historians of New York State, circa 1991-1997. In 2014, the Association of Public Historians of New York State transferred its holdings of the organizational records of AMHNYS and CHANYS, and the older records of APHNYS, which the two previous organizations had merged to form in 1999. These were accessioned as SC23302. In May 2016, the two accessions were collated and processed to form the current the current record group.

Series I: Upper Hudson Historic Federation, 1970-1998

Meeting minutes, newsletters, correspondence and other administrative papers make up the bulk of this series. Membership lists and member card files along with some financial and banking records are also included. The scrapbook in Box 2 contains photographs and newspaper clippings of activities of the five-county Upper Hudson Historic Federation for 1994-1996.  The series is organized chronologically.

Box Folder Description
1 1 Founding documents and constitution, 1970
1 2 Minutes, newsletters and correspondence, 1971
1 3 Minutes, newsletters and correspondence, 1972
1 4 Minutes, newsletters and correspondence, 1976
1 5 Minutes, newsletters and correspondence, 1977
1 6 Minutes, newsletters and correspondence, 1978
1 7 Minutes, newsletters and correspondence, 1979
1 8 Minutes, newsletters and correspondence, 1980
1 9 Minutes, newsletters and correspondence, 1981
1 10 Minutes, newsletters and correspondence, 1982
1 11 Minutes, newsletters and correspondence, 1983
1 12 Minutes, newsletters and correspondence, 1984
1 13 Minutes, newsletters and correspondence, 1985
1 14 Minutes, newsletters and correspondence, 1986
1 15 Minutes, newsletters and correspondence, 1987
1 16 Minutes, newsletters and correspondence, 1988
1 17 Minutes, newsletters and correspondence, 1989
1 18 Minutes, newsletters and correspondence, 1990
1 19 Minutes, newsletters and correspondence, 1991
1 20 Minutes, newsletters and correspondence, 1992
1 21 Minutes, newsletters and correspondence, member list, 1993
1 22 Fall conference, 1994
1 23 Minutes, newsletters and correspondence, 1995
1 24 Minutes, newsletters and correspondence, 1996
1 25 Minutes, newsletters and correspondence, 1997
1 26 Minutes, newsletters and correspondence, 1998
1 27 Member questionnaire, 1998
1 28 Minutes, correspondence, n.d.
1 29 Membership lists, 1975-1994
1 30 Membership lists, 1976-1995
1 31 Membership, 1997
1 32 Membership lists and labels, n.d.
1 33 Historian welcome package, 1995
1 34 Treasurer: memo notebook, 1976
1 35 Treasurer: reports and receipts, 1988-1998
1 36 Glens Falls National Bank statements, 1997-1998
1 37 Fleet Bank statements, 1987-1997
1 38 Related historical brochures and booklets, 1979, 1988, n.d.
1 39 Related historical brochures and booklets, 1987, 1992, 1996-1997, n.d.
1 40 Miscellaneous handwritten notes, n.d.
2 1 Related historical brochures and booklets, 1996, n.d.
2 2 Membership index card files, boxed, 1975-1990
2 3 Membership index card files, boxed, 1976-1984
2 4 Membership index card files, boxed, 1994-1998
2 5 Notebook of State Bank of Albany statements, 1970-1976
2 6 Checkbook, State Bank of Albany, 1971-1991
2 7 Checkbook, Norstar Bank, 1991-1997
2 8 Scrapbook, 12 x 14 cm, 1994-1996

Series II: County Historians Association of New York State, 1967-1999

The records of the County Historians Association of New York State contain organizational records (meeting minutes, correspondence, membership lists); records of the association’s annual meetings and of the various activities in which the association was involved. The records are organized chronologically within each category.

Box Folder Description
    Administrative files
3 1 Constitution, Certificate of Incorporation, By-Laws, 1968, 1986, 1990, 1994
3 2 Meetings, minutes, training and budgets, 1990
3 3 Directory of historians, 1991
3 4 Membership lists, 1991-1994, n.d.
3 5 Board of Trustees minutes, 1991-1998
3 6 Business meeting minutes, 1991-1998
3 7 Treasurer: reports, 1991-1998
3 8 President’s Annual Report, 1992-1997
3 9 Resolutions, adopted and approved, 1993-1999
3 10 Nominating Committee, 1994-1997
3 11 Checking account, 1997-1999
3 12 Correspondence with New York State Association of Counties (NYSAC), 1984-1989
3 13 Correspondence for directory advertising, 1991-1993
3 14 Correspondence, general, 1994-1998
    Meeting and conferences
3 15 Conference history lists, 1968-1997
3 16 Spring conferences, Albany (March 1993) and Colonie (March 1996)
3 17 Fall conference, Blue Mountain Lake, October 1993
3 18 Spring conference, Albany, March 1994
3 19 Fall conference, Binghamton, October 1994
3 20 Spring conference, Colonie, March 1995
3 21 Fall conference, Cooperstown, September 1996
3 22 Spring conference, Albany, March 1997
3 23 Fall conference, Niagara Falls, September 1997
3 24 Spring conference, joint meeting with AMHNYS, Glens Falls, March 1998
3 25 Fall conference, joint meeting with AMHNYS, Batavia, September 1998
    Subject files
3 26 "A Quiz for Local Historians," 1967
3 27 Historic Preservation Program, 1982, 1998, n.d.
3 28 New York State laws regarding county historians, 1984-1999
3 29 Edmund Winslow Scholarship, 1990-1991
3 30 Historical brochures and news clippings, 1991-1998
3 31 Steuben County Hall of Fame program, 1993, 1994
3 32 National History Day, 1995
3 33 Report of New York State Historians, 1995
3 34 Historians’ trip to New York City, May 1996
3 35 Directory of historians, 1997
3 36 Draft leaflet on "Records Related Activities for Local Historians," n.d.
3 37 Outline for "Local Government Historians Guide," n.d.
3 38 Copies of historic record materials, n.d.
3 39 Miscellaneous notes and papers, 1994, 1998, n.d.

Series III: Association of Municipal Historians of New York State, 1971-2001

The records of the Association of Municipal Historians of New York State contain administrative records (meeting minutes, correspondence, Historian’s Exchange newsletters, membership lists, training materials and project files) and records of some of the association’s regional activities and financial files. These are organized chronologically within each category.  Box 5 contains the records of Dr. Marilyn Van Dyke, who was president of AMHNYS from 1993 to 1997. During her tenure one of the organization’s major efforts was the New York State Cemeteries Name/Location Project. Many records pertaining to that project are contained within her files. Also included are some association artifacts, three scrapbooks with records of meetings, photographs, programs, brochures and clippings, and two photograph albums documenting some of the twice-yearly meetings of the organization (Box 7).

Box Folder Description
    Administrative and subject files
3 40 Legislation (N.Y. Senate) regarding historians, 1971-1972
3 41 Fall meeting, Albany, 1978
3 42 Certificate of Incorporation, 1979 (copy)
3 43 Job description for municipal historians, n.d.
3 44 Information on New York State court records, 1980-1995
3 45 Arts and Cultural Affairs Law, 1984
3 46 Historical pamphlets and brochures, 1986-1996
3 47 "Minimum Standards for Public, Educational & Governmental (PEG) Access," legal statement regarding cable television access, ca. 1988
3 48 Historian certification examination, 1988
3 49 Curriculum for municipal historians, 1988
3 50 Oral history program materials, 1989
3 51 Tips for writing local history, 1989, 1992, 1996
3 52 Carol Kammen talk, ca. 1990
3 53 "Records-Related Activities for Local Government Historians," SARA leaflet, 1990
3 54 Constitution and by-laws, 1992, 1997
3 55 New York Association of Local Government Records Officers (NYALGRO), 1993-1994
3 56 Publication material for Empire Exchange newsletter, 1993-1994
3 57 Empire Exchange production, 1993-1995
3 58 Membership and officer lists, 1993-1995
3 59 SED (State Education Department) Annual Report, 1993-1996
4 1 Historian’s Exchange newsletter, 1993-1998
4 2 Joint CHANYS and AMHNYS events and correspondence, 1993-1997 (1 of 2)
4 3 Joint CHANYS and AMHNYS events and correspondence, 1993-1997 (2 of 2)
4 4 Annual reports and statistics, 1995
4 5 Mohawk Valley Heritage Corridor, 1995
4 6 New York State History pamphlet, 1995
4 7 National History Day materials, 1995, including:
  1. National History Day, The Case for Support, 1994
  2. National History Day Student Contest Guide, 1993
  3. Yorker Magazine, Winter 1995
  4. "National History Day, 1995," teacher supplement
  5. Magazine of History, for teachers of history, Spring 1994
4 8 Open Government Laws, pamphlet and clippings, 1995, 1996
4 9 Borough Historian Advisory Board, 1995-1997
4 10 Cemetery Project, 1995-1997
4 11 Task force on history, 1996
4 12 Draft of "A Handbook for New York State’s Local Government Historians," 1996
4 13 Fall meeting materials, 1996
4 14 Tax exempt certificate, 1996-1997
4 15 Membership lists, statistics and forms, 1996-1998
4 16 Photographs, joint CHANYS and AMHNYS conference, March 1997
4 17 Meetings, correspondence, notes, 1997
4 18 Certificate training, 1997
4 19 New York Labor History Association, 1997
4 20 National Council on Public History, 1997
4 21 Spring meeting, Glens Falls, 1998
4 22 Fall meeting, Batavia, 1998
4 23 Heritage Books – Royalties from New York State cemetery book project, 1998-2001
4 24 Municipality lists and addresses, n.d.
4 25 Conference banner, n.d.
4 26 Miscellaneous items, n.d.
    Regional files
4 27 Regional officers, n.d.
4 28 Region I: Meetings, correspondence, notes, 1993-1997
4 29 Region II: Meetings, correspondence, notes, 1991-1996
4 30 Region III: Meetings, correspondence, notes, 1994-1996
4 31 Region IV: Meetings, notes, 1995-1997
4 32 Region V: Historical brochures and pamphlets, 1987-1994
4 33 Region V: Meetings, correspondence, 1993-1997
4 34 Region V: 1st Annual Meeting, 1996
4 35 Region V: Cash book, 1996-1997
4 36 Region VI: Meetings, correspondence, 1992-1996
4 37 Region VII: Meetings, correspondence, notes, 1993-1997
4 38 Region VIII: Correspondence, notes, papers, 1993-1997
    Financial files
4 39 Treasurer: reports and financial correspondence, 1988-1996
4 40 Treasurer: reports, 1988-1997
4 41 Treasurer: reports, 1993-1998
4 42 Certificate of deposits, Chemung Canal Trust Company, 1995-1998
4 43 Federal tax exempt information, 1996-1997
4 44 Budget, 1996-1998
4 45 State tax exemption application and information, 1996-2000
4 46 Bills, invoices, 1997-1998
4 47 Income tax, 1997-1999
4 48 Checking account, Marine Midland Bank, 1998
    President Marilyn Van Dyke files
5 1 AMHNYS New York State Cemeteries Name/Location Survey Project minutes 1994, 1995-1997
5 2 Legal Consultation re: AMHNYS New York State Cemeteries Inventory Project, September 26, 1996
5 3 The Sticky Wicket Sub-Committee, 1995
5 4 Cemeteries Survey Project Photo Album/Scrapbook 1994-1997
5 5 Sample Correspondence Relating to New York State Cemeteries Publishing & Data Entry Agreement, 1996
5 6 Cemetery Project Samples of Genealogical & Local History Publishers, 1995-1996
5 7 Cemetery Project - Cemeteries Dutchess County
5 8 AMHNYS Certificate of Appreciation, 1997
5 9 Visitors’ Comments at AMHNYS Conferences, 1995-1998
5 10 Cemetery Project Book 1
5 10A Cemetery Project Book 1, continued
5 11 Cemetery Project Book 2
5 11A Cemetery Project Book 2, continued
5 12 Cemetery Project Book 3
5 13 Cemetery Project Book 4
5 14 Cemetery Project Book 5
5 14A Cemetery Project Book 5, continued
5 15 Department of State. Office of Counsel Memorandum of Law - Division of Cemetery Inquiries, 1986, n.d.
5 16 Pearse M. O’Callaghan Biography (Director, Division of Cemeteries), n.d.
5 17 Bringing History to Life in Old Cemeteries, 1980
5 18 AMHNYS President’s File, 1997-1999
5 18A AMHNYS President’s File, 1997, continued
5 19 AMHNYS Annual Meeting, September 18-20, 1997
5 20 AMHNYS Name/Location Cemetery Inventory, 1997
5 21 Bronx Borough Historian, 1997-1998
5 22 Upper Hudson Historical Federation, 1997
5 23 1992 Fall Conference, Saratoga Springs,  
5 24 1992 Conferences and Training School Materials
5 25 Faxes, 1995, 1997
5 26 Correspondence, 1995-2004
5 27 Talk of the Towns & Topics - September/October 1997
5 28 Travel Brochures, Upstate New York, 1991, n.d.
5 29 AMHNYS/CHANYS co-operation discussion group, 1995-1997
5 30 AMHNYS/CHANYS meetings, reports, notes, clippings, 1991-1998
6 1 Secretary’s Record Book [bound, red], 1975-1988
6 2 Region VI Scrapbook [black binder], covering Cayuga, Monroe, Onondaga, Ontario, Oswego, Seneca, Steuben Wayne and Yates counties, 1981-1998
6 3 Photo Album, conference photos [green binder], 1990-1996
6 4 AMHNYS Scrapbook [navy blue binder], 1992, 1997
6 5 AMHNYS Scrapbook [blue, cover label "Upper Hudson Historical Federation"], 1994
6 6 Photo Album [brown binder], Fall Conference 1996 and Spring Conference 1997
7 1 Slide Presentations: Fall Conference, Lake Ronkonkoma Long Island, 1994 and Spring Conference, New York City, February 1995
7 2 Slide Presentation: Fall Conference, Johnstown, 1995
7 3 Slide Presentation: Fall Conference, Oswego, 1996
7 4 Negatives and Duplicate Photos
7 5 Large cloth conference banner, n.d.
7 6 Large cloth conference banner, n.d.
7 7 Wooden gavel, with image of a beaver, n.d.
7 8 Large AMHNYS rubber stamp, n.d.
7 9 Small AMHNYS rubber stamp, n.d.

Series IV: Association of Public Historians of New York State, 1996-2007

The records of the Association of Public Historians of New York State include the merger documents from 1998-1999, administrative files, correspondence, project files, county and region files, Historian’s Exchange newsletters, member lists, resolutions, training materials, treasurer’s reports, and meeting plans. The files are arranged alphabetically by subject. Major projects include Local Historian Training, the September 11, 2001 resolution, and the Registered Historian Program, which is also covered in a large binder of material in Box 11.

Organized chronologically are the twice annual conference files, from 1998-2005.  These include detailed records of conference registrations, agendas, business meeting and general meeting minutes, budget reports, programs, presentations, speakers, president’s notes, attendance reports and area highlight brochures.  Box 11 contains detailed receipt books from 1997-2003, and checkbooks and registers from 1999-2007.

Box Folder Description
    Administrative and subject files
8 1 Address changes, 2001-2002
8 2 Agendas and minutes, 2000-2004
8 3 NY State Archives Publication #81, correspondence, 3.5" floppy disk, 2003-2004
8 4 Awards, 2002-2004, n.d.
8 5 Awards, Hugh Hastings, 2001
8 6 Board meetings, 2001-2002
8 7 Brochures for APHNYS, ca. 1999
8 8 Budget, 2001-2003
8 9 By-laws, ca. 1999
8 10 Cemetery book order form, ca. 1998
8 11 Cemetery book project, 2001-2003
8 12 Cemeteries, laws regarding, 2001
8 13 Center for Applied Historical Research (CAHR) website CD, 2005
8 14 Civil Service exam for county historians, 2000-2001
8 15 Conference evaluation sheets, completed, 2000
8 16 Conferences, correspondence and plans, 2001, 2002
8 17 Conferences, correspondence and plans, 2003,  2004
8 18 Conferences, historical list of historians meetings, 1998-2006
8 19 Consolidation of AMHNYS and CHANYS, petition for, 1998
8 20 Consolidation of AMHNYS and CHANYS, order of, 1999
8 21 Committees, 2001
8 22 Correspondence, 1999-2000
8 23 Correspondence to historians, 2000-2004
8 24 County Archaeologists Proposal, 2005
8 25 County historians list, 2000
8 26 County historians—Cayuga, 2004
8 27 County historians—Genesee, 2001
8 28 County historians—Livingston, 2003
8 29 County historians—Niagara, 2000-2003
8 30 County historians—Oswego, 2003
8 31 County historians survey, 2002-2003
8 32 Education materials and social studies resource guide, 1999
8 33 Education materials, The Textbook League, 2003
8 34 Executive Director proposal, 2002
8 35 Fort de la Présentation, Dave Dickinson project, 2001
8 36 French and Indian War commemoration, 2004
8 37 G.I.S. (Geographic Information Systems), 1996, 1997
8 38 Heritage NY, Richard White Smith, 2003
8 39 Historian of the year, 2003-2004
8 40 Historian’s laws, New York State, 2001-2002
8 41 Historian Exchange newsletter, 1998-2005
8 42 Local Historian Advisory Council, 2002-2003
8 43 Local historian training, 2002-2003
8 44 Local historian training, 2004-2005
8 45 Long range planning committee, 2002
8 46 Meany, Dr. Joseph, Senior Historian, 2004
8 47 Meetings, programs and reports, 2000
8 48 Membership, 1998-2003
8 49 Minutes, 1999-2000
8 50 Municipal historians by county, A-N, 2000
8 51 Municipal historians by county, O-Y, 2000
8 52 NY City Borough historians report, 1998
8 53 NY State History Conference, Bard College, 2003
8 54 NY State History Conference, Skidmore College, 2004 and SUNY Syracuse, 2005
8 55 National Register of Historic Places information, n.d.
8 56 Nominating Committee, 2000, n.d.
8 57 NYSAC (New York State Association of Counties) booklet, "New York State Counties: Their Beginnings," unbound, (2 copies), n.d.
8 58 NYSAC newsletters, 1998-1999
8 59 NYSAC counties book update correspondence, 1999
9 1 Officers, 1999
9 2 Plan of work and budget, 2002-2005
9 3 Press releases, 2001-2003
9 4 Reader’s Corner program, 2004
9 5 Program helps, websites and guidelines, 2001
9 6 Regional coordinators, 2001-2003
9 7 Regions correspondence, 1999-2000
9 8 Regions correspondence, 2001-2003
9 9 Region V: Meetings, correspondence, notes, 1999-2006
9 10 Region V: Mailing list, 2003-2004
9 11 Region V: Spring conference and training, May 2005
9 12 Region VIII: Treasurer’s receipts, 1996-2000
9 13 Region VIII: Conferences, 2000-2002
9 14 "Registered Historian" program, 2001-2004
9 15 Researching New York Conference, University at Albany, 2003
9 16 Resolution, following Sept. 11, 2001
9 17 Resolutions, 2002-2004
9 18 Revolutionary War sites program, 2001
9 19 SED Annual Report forms, 1999
9 20 September 11th, Borough historian correspondence, 2001
9 21 September 11th, memos, correspondence, response, 2001
9 22 State historian, appointment, job description, correspondence, 2001-2002
9 23 State historian vacancy issue, 2004
9 24 Stationary, ca. 1999
9 25 Teaching History with Documents—Spring conference, 2005
9 26 Treasurer: reports, 1999
9 27 Treasurer: bank statements, 2000
9 28 Treasurer: reports, 2000-2001
9 29 Treasurer: receipts and bank statements, 2004
9 30 Treasurer’s receipts, 2005
    Conference files
9 31 Joint conference of AMHNYS and CHANYS, March 1998
9 32 Joint meeting of AMHNYS and CHANYS, July 1998
9 33 Joint conference of AMHNYS and CHANYS, September 1998
9 34 APHNYS Spring Conference, Saratoga Springs, 1999 (1 of 3)
9 35 APHNYS Spring Conference, Saratoga Springs, 1999 (2 of 3)
9 36 APHNYS Spring Conference, Saratoga Springs, 1999 (3 of 3)
9 37 APHNYS Fall Conference, Fishkill, 1999 (1 of 2)
9 38 APHNYS Fall Conference, Fishkill, 1999 (2 of 2)
9 39 APHNYS Spring Conference, Albany, 2000 (1 of 2)
9 40 APHNYS Spring Conference, Albany, 2000 (2 of 2)
9 41 APHNYS Fall Conference, Binghamton, 2000 (1 of 2)
9 42 APHNYS Fall Conference, Binghamton, 2000 (2 of 2)
9 43 APHNYS Spring Conference, Rochester, 2001 (1 of 2)
9 44 APHNYS Spring Conference, Rochester, 2001 (2 of 2)
9 45 APHNYS Fall Conference, Syracuse, 2001 (1 of 2)
9 46 APHNYS Fall Conference, Syracuse, 2001 (2 of 2)
10 1 APHNYS Spring Conference, Schenectady, 2002 (1 of 2)
10 2 APHNYS Spring Conference, Schenectady, 2002 (2 of 2)
10 3 APHNYS Fall Conference, Chautauqua, 2002
10 4 APHNYS Spring Conference, Ithaca, 2003 (1 of 2)
10 5 APHNYS Spring Conference, Ithaca, 2003 (2 of 2)
10 6 APHNYS Fall Conference, Ronkonkoma, Long Island, 2003 (1 of 3)
10 7 APHNYS Fall Conference, Ronkonkoma, Long Island, 2003 (2 of 3)
10 8 APHNYS Fall Conference, Ronkonkoma, Long Island, 2003 (3 of 3)
10 9 APHNYS Spring Conference, Silver Bay, Lake George, 2004 (1 of 2)
10 10 APHNYS Spring Conference, Silver Bay, Lake George, 2004 (2 of 2)
10 11 APHNYS Spring Conference, Silver Bay, Lake George, 2004, photographs and negatives
10 12 APHNYS Spring Conference, Silver Bay, Lake George, 2004, program material and thank-you letters
10 13 APHNYS Fall Conference, Lockport, 2004
10 14 APHNYS Spring Conference, Amsterdam, 2005 (1 of 2)
10 15 APHNYS Spring Conference, Amsterdam, 2005 (2 of 2)
10 16 APHNYS Fall Conference, Alexandria Bay, 2005
11 1 Receipt book, 1997-1999
11 2 Receipt book, 1998-2000
11 3 Receipt book, 1999-2000
11 4 Receipt book, 2000-2001
11 5 Receipt book, 2001
11 6 Receipt book, 2001
11 7 Receipt book, 2001
11 8 Receipt book, 2001
11 9 Receipt book, 2001-2002
11 10 Receipt book, 2002
11 11 Receipt book, 2002
11 12 Receipt book, 2002
11 13 Receipt book, 2002
11 14 Receipt book, 2003
11 15 Receipt book, April 2003
11 16 Receipt book, 2003
11 17 Receipt book, 2003
11 18 Receipt book, 2003
11 19 Box of checkbooks and registers, 1999-2003
11 20 Box of checkbooks and registers, 2004-2007
11 21 Laminated conference banner, n.d.
11 22 "APHNYS, Application for Registration" binder, containing correspondence and documents relating to the Registration Program for local historians, 2005
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