Rochester Public Library
Dr. Anthony C. Scinta scrapbook collection
Two scrapbooks containing clippings photographs concerning the political career of Dr. Anthony C. Scinta, a member of Rochester City Council starting in 1933. Dr. Scinta, a noted local medical professional, was a reform-oriented Democrat who emphasized the need to reform City government. He was especially interested in the reform of the City's welfare practices.
Pearl Harbor Memories Collection, 1991
Weider and Shone family papers, Inclusive dates 1890-1912
American Association of University Women, Rochester Branch, Publicity Scrapbooks, 1930-1936
Five scrapbooks containing newspaper clippings and ephemera related to publicity for the Rochester Branch of the American Association of University Women and its projects. The scrapbooks date between 1930 and 1936,
Kimball Tobacco Company Collection, 1880-1885
This collection consists of ephemera from W. S. Kimball & Company,a major Rochester, New York tobacco products manufacturer. The company is possibly best remembered for its once-landmark factory, the smokestack of which was capped with the statue of Mercury now atop the Aqueduct Building. The items in this mcollection were recovered from a time capssule in the cornerstone of the building at the time of its demolition in 1951. Materials in the collection include advertising pieces, packaging, box labels, price cards, and newspapers, dating between 1878 and 1885.
Harold S. Hacker Papers, 1929-2004
Eli M. Upton Papers, 1886, 1888
Letters, receipts, and personal papers. Most of the material relates to Upton's wholesale business. The material in this collection dates from 1886 and 1888.
Joseph Fellows Papers, 1812-1888
This collection consists of correspondence and legal documents for land agent Joseph Fellows (agent for the Pulteney Land Office). The materials in the collection date from 1812 to 1888.
Levy Bros. & Adler Records, 1884-1950, bulk 1916-1934
This collection consists of the records of Levy Brothers & Adler Rochester Inc., a major manufacturer of ready to wear men's clothing in Rochester, New York. The materials date between 1880 and 1950, with the bulk dating from 1916 to 1934. The materials include correspondence, minute books, stock records and stockholders' meeting records, contracts and other business records.