The Archives consists of the two-dimensional paper portion of our collection. We have 1,300 cubic feet of archives material, which includes 50,000 images. Geneva’s stories are captured in letters, diaries, ledgers and minute books, and photographs. Inventory of our material is ongoing, please contact us or visit our website for further information.
This collection consists of publications both about and by the WFHP, including a newsletter, as well as various other publications from around the Finger Lakes area. Also included are a few photos, articles, and a scrapbook compiled by J. Andrew Foster.
This collection consists of currency, photos, slides, newspaper articles, and ephemera produced by the bank from 1817 to 2005. Additionally, the collection includes original Norman Kent drawings; Kent was commissioned by the bank in the 1940s to produce a number of woodcuts to be used in calendars published by the bank. The drawings are currently housed with the Norman Kent Papers.
This collection represents a wide variety of the business and personal interests of Thompson C Maxwell and his brothers Joshua and Henry who were in the nursery business from 1848 until their deaths. It includes correspondence, photos, stock certificates, and many deeds related to their land purchases across the country.