A. Conger Goodyear was a businessman from Buffalo and a founder of the Museum of Modern Art in New York City. Papers include biographical material, 1955; memorabilia, 1925-63; and published material by and about Goodyear, 1938-58.
Correspondence of the Adirondack Timber & Mineral Co., Ithaca, New York. The majority is from Titus B. Meigs, Treasurer of the company, to John C. Gauntlett; much of it is on letterhead of the Santa Clara Lumber Company, Tupper Lake, New York, of which Meigs was president.
Papers of the shoe manufacturer in Syracuse, N.Y.; established 1879. Collection contains financial records including corporate tax returns (1922-1930) and auditors' reports (1919-1930); records of the Mutual Benefits Association (pension plan), including minutes of directors and pension commissioners; and the in-house publication, The Nettleton Association News (1911-1961).
The collection consists of original home recordings on wax cylinders intentionally done by Dr. Albert Leffingwell to preserve some family memories. Voices of three generations of family members are recorded.