William Ringle was a Times-Union reporter who wrote to Beulah Boynton, daughter of Edward Everett Boynton, for information about the construction of the house bearing her father's name in 1954. The collection includes correspondence between William Ringle and Beulah Boynton re: the Edward Boynton house. Includes a signed letter from Frank Lloyd Wright to Beulah Boynton. The materials in the collection date from 1954 to 1955.
The William Popp detective ledger book collection consists of the daily diary maintained by Detective William Frederick Popp of the Rochester Police Bureau between January 5, 1920 and August 12, 1939. It also includes a folder of photographs and a folder of biographical information and clippings provided by his descendants.
Tracey Irving Brooks was a professional quality photographer based in the Capitol Region of New York State's Hudson River Valley. Born in 1888 Mr. Brooks photographed Hudson River steamboats during the first half of the 1900s. The collection covers an extensive variety of steamboats on the upper portion of the Hudson River. The collection includes photographs, postcard images and glass plate negatives of steamers, tugboats and ferries from Tracey I. Brooks' collection.
This collection contains biographical material related to Major General Thomas F. Farrell, including letters, memos, and invitations from Franklin Delano Roosevelt, letters from Bernard Baruch and Herbert Hoover, articles and published volumes regarding his involvement in the Atomic Bomb development, New York City Housing development, and military career. Also included is information on the New York World's Fair, and photographs of Farrell.
This collection contains the papers of Samuel Kahn, a psychiatrist, psychoanalyst, clinician, and author. The collection has 5 series: Lectures, Dynamic Psychological Society (DPS), Quakerbridge School and Camp, Printed Materials, and Writings.
This is a collection of photographic albums and other materials primarily regarding the construction of the Rochester subway system, under the direction of Mayor Clarence D. Van Zandt. A few items are related to Van Zandt's personal and political life. The materials date between 1909 and 1925.