Saratoga Springs Public Library
49 Henry Street
Saratoga Springs, NY 12866, United States
The Saratoga Room of the Saratoga Springs Public Library houses the largest collection of materials related to the City of Saratoga Springs.
John R. Putnam Scrapbook, 1890 - 1899
Newsclippings, photographs, and ephemera saved by John R. Putnam in a scrapbook.
Congregation Shaara T’Filleh Collection, 1920 - 2000
By the mid 1990’s Congregation Shaara T’Filleh of Saratoga Springs had more than doubled in population. Many of this population were doctors, dentists, lawyers, businessmen, restaurants, grocers and a variety of retail specialists. The Conservative Jewish Community came together and built the first new synagogue and social center on Weibel Ave in Saratoga. This collection contains photographs, magazine and newspaper articles, information about the families who were members of the congregation.
Ellsworth Family Collection, 1826 - 2003
This collection was created and donated by Jack L. Ellsworth. It is comprised of several notebooks of photocopied materials relating to the Ellsworth and Grippin Families.
Saratoga Performing Arts Center Records, 1986 - 2005
This collection consists of financial and governance records for the Saratoga Performing Arts Center.
Craig Wilson Collection, 1976 - 1984
This is a collection of photocopies of columns written by journalist Craig Wilson that appeared in the Saratogian.
Feast of St. Michael, Local Legacies Project, 1914 - 1999
The collection highlights information that was submitted to the Library of Congress for the "Local Legacies Project" featuring the Feast of St. Michael held annually in Saratoga Springs, NY.
Spaulding Family Collection, 1920 - 2008
This collection contains papers and photographs related to the life and work of Gordon Spaulding. These papers largely deal with police work during the 1930s.
Caroline Slade Collection, 1865-01-01-1966-12-31, bulk 1930-1950
The Caroline Slade Collection reflects the life of author and activist, Caroline Slade, including drafts of her writing, personal and business correspondence, and scrapbooks she maintained. The collection also consists of published pieces, photographs, and ephemera.
Collection ID: 2019.27
Ransom Varney Papers
This is collection of personal and professional papers which capture the experiences of a local elected official.