Marist College

Marist College

3399 North Road
Poughkeepsie, NY 12601, United States
845-575-3000
The Archives and Special Collections, located in the James A. Cannavino Library, holds research and primary resource materials. The strength and focus of our collections are in areas that reflect and support the teaching and research needs of students, faculty, staff, and researchers in the Marist Community.

Recently added Collections

Clove Spring Iron Works, 1870-1904

The Clove Spring Iron Works papers cover the day to day business operations of the company between the years 1870-1904. The papers include a variety of materials including business correspondence, telegraphs, contracts, legal documents, bills, receipts, checks, vouchers, deposit slips, balance sheets, payments, postcards, construction blueprints, paychecks, order records, invitations, tax receipts, weights of coal, price lists, account statements, lease agreements, insurance, and annual reports.

Hudson River Valley Commission Collection: Records Relating to the Storm King Case 1966 - 1967, 1966 – 1967

The Hudson River Valley Commission was a New York State Agency, established by the Legislature in 1966, to coordinate planning along the Hudson River and to encourage the balanced development of the Valley’s land and resources. The HRVC collection consists of testimony, exhibits, legal briefs, opinions & orders, publicity materials, and stenographer’s reports concerning the Storm King decision.
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The Coffin Family Papers, September 11, 1810 – January 2, 1859

The Coffin Family Papers contains bills, promissory notes, receipts, account ledgers, bonds, deeds and other documents relating to the business and personal transactions of Robert Coffin of Dutchess County, NY.
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Hudson River Valley Commission Collection: Records Relating to the Storm King Case 1966 - 1967, 1966 – 1967

The Hudson River Valley Commission was a New York State Agency, established by the Legislature in 1966, to coordinate planning along the Hudson River and to encourage the balanced development of the Valley’s land and resources. The HRVC collection consists of testimony, exhibits, legal briefs, opinions & orders, publicity materials, and stenographer’s reports concerning the Storm King decision.
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Annia F. Booth Papers, 1904 – 1905

The Annia F. Booth Papers contains the journal of Annia Booth, which details her life starting in January 1904 through 1905.
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