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Michael Sollak, 1908-1984.
This is an extensive collection of the World War II correspondence of Corporal Michael “Rome” Sollak who served in the U. S. Army, 303rd Engineers Battalion, Companies H and S. These letters were sent to his girlfriend-then-wife, Evelyn Mickel Sollak, and other family members and friends in Johnstown, Fulton County, NY.
New York State Federation of Women’s Clubs
The bulk of the records of the New York State Federation of Women’s Clubs are papers collected during the tenure of each elected president of the organization. These papers document the history of the organization from 1898 – current. Minutes from meetings, reports of the New York Districts, Convention programs, and club events are common documents found in the presidential records. Financial records, newsletters and yearbooks of the organization are not complete. Most notably absent are records from the administrations of nine presidents including the first three: Mrs. Jennie Cunningham Croly, Mrs. William A. Montgomery and Mrs. Cornelius Zabriski.
Clarke, John D. (John Davenport), 1873-1933

Political and personal papers of John Davenport Clarke include mostly correspondence, scrapbooks, and photographs, along with publications, speeches, financial records, and estate papers, 1889-1949. Also contains some papers of Clarke's sister, Eleanor Clarke Slagle, who was known for her work in occupational therapy.

Robert D. Smith
The Robert D. Smith Papers document Smith’s involvement with community organizing in Chicago, Washington, D.C. and Schoharie County, New York from the 1960’s to the 1990’s. The bulk of the papers are community proposals and articles pertaining to community organization. Smith’s experiences related through articles and reports as well as his documented association with Saul Alinsky are highlights of the collection.