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11.1a

 

Colonial Foundations: Contact

100

11.1a.1

 

Contact Between the Onondaga Nation and Europeans

 
 

11.1a.1.1a

Documents Relative to the Colonial History of the State of New York, Vol. IX, 1855

 
 

11.1a.1.1b-c

Memoir explanatory of the Right the French have to the property of the

 

Countries of North America, especially . March 8, 1688

of the Countries of the Iroquois

 

11.1.a.1.2

‘Burning of the Onondaga Indian Chief in 1696,’ painting by Albert Leighton Rawon

 

11.1a.2

 

A Temporary Declaration of Neutrality by the Haudenosaunee

 
 

11.1a.2a

1688

- Declaration of Neutrality by three of the Iroquois Nations, June 15,

 
 

11.1a.2b

1688

- Declaration of Neutrality by three of the Iroquois Nations, June 15,

 

11.1a.3

 

Contact Between the Onondaga Nation and Europeans

 
 

11.1a.3

1768

- Map of the Frontiers of the Northern Colonies

 

11.2a

 

Constitutional Foundations: Colonial Resistance to British

160

11.2a

 

Colonial Resistance to British Control over the Colonies

 
 

11.2a.1a

1775

- New York’s General Association Document, page 1

 
 

11.2a.1b

1775

- New York’s General Association Document, signatures

 

11.2b

 

Constitutional Foundations: Independence & Revolutionary War

 

11.2b.1

 

Division Among Colonists on Declaring Independence

 
 

11.2b.1

Resignation of John Alsop, New York Delegate to Continental Congress,

 

11.2b.2

 

Impact of the Revolutionary War on New York

 
 

11.2b.2

Prisoner of War Parole Just Prior to the British Capture of New York, 1776

 

11.2b.3

 

Impact of the Revolutionary War on New York

 
 

11.2b.3

Muster Role of Col. Duboy's Company of the 5th New York, 1780

 
 

11.2b.4

Register of Men of the 5th New York tried by Court Martial, 1778-1780

 

11.2b

 

Constitutional Foundations: Impact on Native Americans

 

11.2b.4

 

Impact of the Revolutionary War on Native Americans - Loss of Onondaga Lands

 
 

11.2b.5

Transcript of Document Relating to Sullivan-Clinton Expedition - Letter of New York Governor George Clinton to General George Washington - seeking assistance in protecting the Frontiers, March 3, 1779 (within the

 
 

11.2b.6

Transcript of Document Relating to Sullivan-Clinton Expedition - Letter to George Washington from General James Clinton, April 8, 1779 (within the document)

 
 

11.2b.6a

Illustration of Continental soldiers marching across Onondaga Creek on their way to the Onondaga Nation during the Sullivan-Clinton Campaign of

 
 

11.2b.7

Document Transcript relating to Sullivan-Clinton expedition - Journal of Lieut. Erkuries Beatty, of the 4th Penn Line, April 1779

 
 

11.2b.7b

Illustration of Erkuries Beatty

 

11.2b.5

 

Impact of the Revolutionary War on Native Americans - Loss of Onondaga Lands

 
 

2b.8

Map of the Central New York Military Tract, c1793

 
 

2b.9

Map of the Onondaga Township, 1795

 
 

2b.10

Onondaga Nation - New York State Land Deed, 1793

 

11.2c

 

Constitutional Foundations: Articles of Confederation, Duties & Trade

 

11.2c

 

The Articles of Confederation and Collection of Duties

 
 

11.2c.1

1784

- Receipt for Collection of Duties at the Port of New York

 

11.2d

 

Hamilton-Burr rivalry involving Asa Danforth, Jr.

 

11.2d

 

The Articles of Confederation and Collection of Duties

 
 

11.2d.1a

Portion of a Letter from Asa Danforth, Jr. at Onondaga to Timothy Green of New York City, commenting on the recent Hamilton-Burr duel, 1804

 
 

11.2d.1b

Portion of a Letter from Asa Danforth, Jr. at Onondaga to Timothy Green of New York City, commenting on the recent Hamilton-Burr duel, 1804

 

11.3a.1

 

Nationalism & The War of 1812

110

11.3a.1

 

The Coming of the War of 1812 and American Nationalism

 
 

11.3a.1a

1804

- New York Governor George Clinton’s Speech to the Legislature

 
 

11.3a.1b

Excerpt from New York Governor George Clinton's Speech to the Legislature, 1804

 
 

11.3a.2

Summary of impressments by Madison 1803

 

11.3a.2

 

Nationalism & Rise of Political Democracy

 

11.3a.2a

 

American Expansion & The Indian Removal Act

 
 

11.3a.4a

Samuel George painting

 
 

11.3a.4b

Buffalo Creek Treaty of 1838

 

11.3a.2b

 

American Expansion & The Efforts of the Onondaga Nation to Maintain Its Sovereign Status

 
 

11.3a.5

1857

State Law regulating Onondaga resources

 
 

11.3a.6

1871

Onondaga Nation Resolution on Natural Resources

 
 

11.3a.7

State Law adopted March 1873

 
 

11.3a.8

1859

Onondaga decison not to divide land

 

11.3a.3a

 

Internal Improvements

 

11.3a.3a.1

 

Internal Improvements and American Nationalism

 
   

Message of Governor Dewitt Clinton to the New York State Legislature, 1825

 
 

11.3a.9a

Dewitt Clinton Engraving

 
 

11.3a.9b

1825

Gov. Clinton's message to the Legislature

 
 

11.3a.9c

1825

Excerpt from Clinton's message

 

11.3a.3a.2

 

Internal Improvements Help American Nationalism/Growth

 
 

11.3a.10a-c

An Act for improving the Road across the Tract of Land appropriated to the Use of the Salt Works, April 1oth, 1804

 

11.3a.3b

 

Plank Road Related

70

11.3a.3b.1

 

Internal Transportation Improvements - Plank Roads

 
 

11.3a.11

1844

Stock Offering Syracuse & Central Square Plank Road

 
 

11.3a.12

1848

Receipt for Stock Purchase in a Local Plank Road

 
 

11.3a.13a-b

1850

Observations Upon Plank Roads by George Geddes

 
 

11.3a.14a-b

1853

Syracuse City Directory

 
 

11.3a.15

1850

Illustration from Observations Upon Plank Roads by George Geddes

 
 

11.3a.16

1866

Judgment Against Syracuse Plank Road for Lack of Maintenance

 
 

11.3a.17

1861

Newspaper Report on Traffic on the Brewerton Plank Road

 
 

11.3a.18

c1900 Photograph of Salina & Central Square Plank Road Toll Booth at

 

11.3a.3c

 

Canal Related

155

11.3a.3c

 

Internal Transportation Improvements Strengthen American Nationalism - Canals

 
 

11.3a.19

1802

Map of Little Falls, NY showing Canal Lock Built by the Western

 

Inland Lock Navigation Co. to Bypass the Falls

 

11.3a.20

1806

Report to the State Legislature by the Western Inland Lock Navigation

 

Co.

 

11.3a.21

Contemporary drawing of the probable appearance of an 1802 wooden lock At Wood Creek showing passage of a Durham Boat

 
 

11.3a.22

Portrait of James Geddes

 
 

11.3a.23a-b

Grave of James Geddes – Oakwood Cemetery, Syracuse, NY

 
 

11.3a.24

Onondaga Register Newspaper Account of Groundbreaking for Erie Canal,

 

1817

 

11.3a.25

Onondaga Register Newspaper Report for Salt Duty to Pay for Canal, July

 

9,1817

 

11.3a.26

Onondaga Register Newspaper Report for an Ohio Canal, September 19, 1821

 
 

11.3a.27

Canal Shipping Ledger, OHA/Salt Museum Collection, 1835

 
 

11.3a.28

Canal Shipping Ledger, OHA/Salt Museum Collection, 1835

 
 

11.3a.29

Newspaper Advertisement for Syracuse Merchants Hough & Gilbert, 1835

 
 

11.3a.30

Photograph of Syracuse Stores along Erie Canal, East of Clinton Square,

 

c1866

 

11.3a.31a-b

Photos of Erie Blvd. Building, Built 1834, that Once Lined the Erie Canal,

 
 

11.3a.32

Advertisement for Syracuse Marble Works, Adjacent to the Erie Canal, c1858

 
 

11.3a.33

Photo of Men Loading Salt Barrels Next to Erie Canal Salt Boiling Blocks,

 
 

11.3a.34

Report Published in the New York Tribune on the Value of NY Canals, 1846

 
 

11.3a.35

One of Many Laws by the New York Legislature to Improve the Canal, 1849

 
 

11.3a.36

Receipt from NY State Paying Off One of the Bonds Used to Raise Funds for Enlarging the Erie Canal.

 
 

11.3a.37

Payment receipt to Adam Klink for Use of His Horse in Repairing Canal,

 
 

11.3a.38

$35 Payment to Aaron Dean for Tending Oswego Canal Lock #5 for June

 
 

11.3a.39

Photo of Oswego Canal Lock #5, also known as “Mud Lock” c1880

 
 

11.3a.40

Photo of Erie Canal Lock #50, with Lock Tender’s Shanty & Passing Boat,

 

11.3a.3d

 

Railroad Related

115

11.3a.3d

 

Internal Transportation Improvements Strengthen American Nationalism - Railroads

 
 

11.3a.41

View of Near West Side Railroad Yards Looking Across Geddes St., c1930

 
 

11.3a.42

The First Steam Locomotive to Operate in New York State

 
 

11.3a.43

View of Train Leaving Syracuse Station and Crossing Salina St., c 1853

 
 

11.3a.44

Contract to Daniel Elliott for Construction of Syracuse & Utica RR Station,

 

1839

 

11.3a.45

Photo of Original Train Station in Vanderbilt Square, c 1865

 
 

11.3a.46

View of Vanderbilt Square, Looking East from Salina Street, 1899

 
 

11.3a.47a-b

Newspaper Bid Notice for Construction of Washington St. Stone Bridge,

 
 

11.3a.48

Syracuse Newspaper Notice for Trains Between Syracuse & Utica, 1841

 
 

11.3a.49

Artist Henry Fogg’s Conception of the Lightning’s Run in 1850 to Syracuse

 
 

11.3a.50

Newspaper Notice about the Speed of the Syracuse & Utica Lightning , 1850

 
 

11.3a.51

New York Tribune Notice about the Profits of NY State Railroads for 1846

 
 

11.3a.52a-b

Syracuse City Directory with illustration boasting of railroad facilities, 1853

 
 

11.3a.53

Map of the Short Lines that Merged to Form the New York Central RR, 1853

 
 

11.3a.54

Letter from NY Assemblyman Isaac Hibbard of Pompey Defending His Support for Railroad Consolidation, 1853

 
 

11.3a.55

Portrait of John Wilkinson (1798-1862)

 
 

11.3a.56

Schedule for Both Coal, Freight and Passenger Trains Running Between Syracuse and Binghamton, 1868

 

11.3b

 

Sectionalism

360

11.3b.4

 

Mexican-American War (1846-1848)

 
 

11.3b.4a

To Mexico With Scott,' Title Page, etc. (4 documents)

 
 

11.3b.4b

Photograph of Mary Jerome Smith & E. Kirby Smith c1845

 
 

11.3b.4c

Letter from E. Kirby Smith to Mary Jerome Smith - March 17, 1846 from Dept. Tamanlipas, Texas (12 pages)

 

11.3b.1

 

Sectionalism - Anti-Slavery Convention

 
 

11.3b.1.1

1851

- newspaper notice of Anti-Slavery convention, Syracuse Standard,

 

October 11, 1851

 

11.3b.1.2

1851

- newspaper notice of Anti-Slavery convention, October 11, 1851

 

11.3b.2

 

Sectionalism - Rev. Samuel May

 
 

11.3b.2.1

Image of Rev. Samuel May

 
 

11.3b.2.1a-w

Speech of Samuel J. May in the County Convention at Syracuse, October 14,

 

1851

11.3b.3

 

Sectionalism - Rev Jermain Loguen

 
 

11.3b.3.1

Image of Rev. Jermain Loguen

 
 

11.3b.3.2

Loguen's home on 1873 map

 
 

11.3b.3.3a-i

The Rev. J. W. Loguen, as a slave and as a freeman, a narrative of real life,

 

1859

11.3b.4

 

Sectionalism - Matilda Joslyn Gage

 
 

11.3b.4.1a-h

Matilda Joslyn Gage Speech 1852

 
 

11.3b.4.2a-e

Matilda Joslyn Gage Declaration 1876

 
 

11.3b.4.3

The National Citizen and Ballot Box April 1879

 
 

11.3b.4.4

Mother Goose Up-to-date - regarding Suffrage

 
 

11.3b.4.5

National Woman Suffrage Association Centennial Autograph Book, 1876, page with Matilda Joslyn Gage signature

 

11.3b.5

 

Sectionalism - Jerry Rescue

 
 

11.3b.5a

Slave Catching,' New York Daily Tribune, October 6, 1851

 
 

11.3b.5b

The Journal Building, scene of the Jerry Rescue

 
 

11.3b.5c

Jerry Rescue monument in Clinton Square

 
 

11.3b.5d

Manacles worn by Jerry McHenry in his arrest

 

11.3b.6a

 

Sectionalism - Pro-Fugitive Slave Law

 
 

11.3b.6a.1

Daniel Webster speech article

 

11.3b.6b

 

Sectionalism - Anti-Fugitive Slave Law

 
 

11.3b.6b.1

Frederick Douglass address, Syracuse Standard, January 9, 1851

 

11.3c

 

Civil War

130

11 3c 1

 

Civil War - Syracuse area

 
 

11.3c.1a

“Carte de Visite” photograph of General Henry Slocum in uniform.

 
 

11.3c.1b

Statue of General Henry Slocum on the Gettysburg battlefield.

 
 

11.3c.1c

Close up of plaque on the Gettysburg General Slocum statue.

 

11.3c.2

 

The Civil War & Emancipation Proclamation

 
 

11.3c.2a

Emancipation Proclamation Reprint, Syracuse Journal, January 2, 1863

 
 

11.3c.2b

Emancipation Jubilee Celebration Syracuse Journal, January 20 & 21, 1863

 
 

11.3c.2c

Emancipation Jubilee Celebration Syracuse Journal, January 20 & 21, 1863

 
 

11.3c.2d

Emancipation Jubilee Celebration Syracuse Journal, January 20 & 21, 1863

 

11.3c.3

 

Civil War - Gettysburg Address

 
 

11.3c.3a

President Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address, delivered on November 19, 1863 and printed in the Syracuse Journal, November 21, 1863

 
 

11.3c.3b

Sliver of Gettysburg Address Chair

 
 

11.3c.3c

Sliver of Gettysburg Address Chair

 

11.4a-b

 

Post Civil War Era (1865-1900)

260

11.4a-4b.1

 

The Freedmen's Bureau

 
 

11.4a-4b.1a

Announcement of Freedmen’s Association Meeting in the Syracuse Journal , April 24, 1866

 
 

11.4a-4b.1b

Letter about Freedmen Schools, Syracuse Journal , August 14, 1869

 

11.4a-b.2

 

Edmonia Highgate lectures

 
 

11.4a-4b.2a-i

Various newspaper articles regarding Edmonia Highgate lectures

 

11.4a-b.3

 

Edmonia Highgate burial

 
 

11.4a-4b.3a1

Various newspaper articles regarding Edmonia Highgate burial

 
 

11.4a-4b.3a2

Various newspaper articles regarding Edmonia Highgate burial

 

11.4a-b.4

 

Edmonia Highgate grave marker

 
 

11.4a-4b.4a

Invitation to unveiling of Edmonia Highgate's headstone

 

11.4a-b.5

 

Chloe Merrick letter

 
 

11.4a-4b.5-1-

Newspaper article with Chloe Merrick letter

 

3

11.4a-b.6

 

1876

Election returns in Syracuse

 
 

11.4a-b.6.1a-

Newspaper articles regarding 1876 Election returns in Syracuse

 

g

 

11.4a-

Newspaper article regarding 1876 Election returns in Syracuse

 

b.6.1h1-2

 

11.4a-b.6.1i

Newspaper article regarding 1876 Election returns in Syracuse

 
 

11.4a-b.6.1j1-

Newspaper article regarding 1876 Election returns in Syracuse

 

2

 

11.4a-

Newspaper article regarding 1876 Election returns in Syracuse

 

b.6.1k1-2

11.4d.2

 

Chinese Exclusion Act 1882

 
 

11.4d.2a

“Crying Out For Justice” printed in The Syracuse Post-Standard on April 17,

 

1890.

 

11.4d.2

1890

Census - Chinese Population in Syracuse

 
 

11.4d.2

1890

Census - Chinese Population in Syracuse - closeup

 
 

11.4d.2b

“A Visit to Syracuse’s Chinatown” printed in The Syracuse Herald on November 15, 1908.

 

11.5

 

Industrialization & Urbanization

515

11.5a.1

 

Industrialization & Urbanization - New Technologies and Economic Models Created Rapid Industrial Growth - Franklin Automobile

 
 

11.5a.32

Early Franklin Auto on East Fayette Street, c. 1904

 
 

11.5a.33

Franklin Air Cooled Engine Drawing Showing Air Cooling Fan, 1908

 
 

11.5a.34a

H.H. Franklin Letter Seeking Investment in his car Company, 1901

 
 

11.5a.34b

H.H. Franklin Letter Seeking Investment in his car Company, 1901

 
 

11.5a.34c

H.H. Franklin Letter Seeking Investment in his car Company, 1901

 
 

11.5a.35

Interior of Franklin Factory, 1923

 

11.5a.2

 

Industrialization & Urbanization - New Technologies and Economic Models Created Rapid Industrial Growth - Railroads / Bradley Forging Hammer

 
 

11.5a.24

c1910 Photograph of Syracuse-Made Bradley Forging Hammer

 
 

11.5a.25

Advertisement for Bradley Forging Hammers, 1917

 
 

11.5a.26

1908

Map Showing Location of Bradley Manufacturing Company

 
 

11.5a.27

Bradley Factory showing Hammers ready for shipment, c1910

 
 

11.5a.28

Exterior of Bradley Factory on North Franklin Street, c1910

 
 

11.5a.29

Shipping ledger of the Bradley Manufacturing Company showing customers for its Forging Hammers, 1905

 

11.5a.30

West Side Rail Yards, View East Toward Downtown, c1930

 

11.5a.31

Brown Lipe Chapin Factory, Looking Toward Geddes St c1940

11.5a.3

 

Industrialization & Urbanization - Communication Innovations Help Market Syracuse's Stearns Bicycles to the Nation

 

11.5a.1

Promotional Poster for E.C. Stearns & Co - Syracuse Bicycle Manufacturer,

1896

 

11.5a.2

Engraving of E.C. Stearns & Co Plant on Oneida Street, 1893

 

11.5a.3

Four High Wheel Bicycles & One Safety Bike - Warren St, Syracuse, 1887

 

11.5a.4

Clara Plumb on Safety Bicycle Along West Onondaga St, 1892

 

11.5a.5

Magazine Ad for the Stearns Bicycle Targeting Women, c1896

 

11.5a.6

The Stearns "Sextuplet" Bicycle Racing the Empire State Express, 1896

 

11.5a.7 -

Edward Penfield's Stearns Poster and Related Ad, c1896

11.5a.8

 

11.5a.9

Stearns Bicycle Ad Showing Endorsement by Actress Potter, c1895

 

11.5a.10

Photograph of Cora Brown Potter, c1880

 

11.5a.11

Stearns Bicycle Display at Madison Square Garden Trade Show in New York City, 1896

11.5a.4

 

Industrialization & Urbanization - New Technologies and Economic Modles - including New Organizational Business Structures, Created Rapid Industrial Growth - Solvay Process

 

11.5a.12

Solvay Process Main Plant along West Shore of Onondaga Lake, c1900

 

11.5a.13

The Solvay Process Company's Split Rock Quarry in the Town of Onondaga

c1910

 

11.5a.14

The Solvay Process Company's Split Rock Quarry in the Town of Onondaga showing Overhead Bucket Line c1910

 

11.5a.15

Newspaper Article About Drilling for Salt Near Tully NY 1889

 

11.5a.16

The Tully Valley Brine Wells of the Solvay Process Company c1910

 

11.5a.17

Advertisement for the Tully Pipe Line Company Controlled by Officers of the Solvay Process Company, 1895

 

11.5a.18 -

Views of the Solvay Process Dairy Farm Operation on the Company Lands in Tully, NY c1910

11.5a.19

 

11.5a.20

The Trestle Siding to the Jamesville Quarry Erected by Solvay Process, photo taken in 2013

 

11.5a.21

1986

Newspaper Headline Announcing Plant Closing

 

11.5a.22

Aerial Photo from 1940s Showing Development of Solvay Waste Beds on Onondaga Lake

 

11.5a.23

1986

Newspaper Editorial Cartoon Reflecting Community Concern About

Pollution Left Behind by Allied's Departure

11.5b.1

 

Labor Unions in Syracuse, NY

 

11.5b.1.a

United Brewery Workmen - 1891 Membership Card - inside and out

 

11.5b.1.b

"Garment Workers' Strike is Ended by Concessions," Syracuse Herald , June 22, 1910

 

11.5b.1.c

Aspects of Syracuse Labor Force - Syracuse: A Good Place for Manufacturers, issued by Syracuse Chamber of Commerce, 1910

 

11.5b.1.d

Relations Between Capital and Labor - Syracuse: A Good Place for Manufacturers, issued by Syracuse Chamber of Commerce, 1910

 

11.5b.1.e

Listing of Trade / Labor Unions - Syracuse City Directory, 1915

 

11.5b.1.f

"Clothiers to Grant Eight Hour Request," Syracuse Journal, April 26, 1916

 

11.5b.1.g

"Syracuse Not to Tolerate Any Violence," Syracuse Herald , March 3, 1919

11.5b.2

 

Dry Laws in Onondaga County

 

11.5b.2.a

"Ten "Dry" Towns and Nine "Wet" Ones in Onondaga County, Beginning October 1st," Marcellus Observer , September 29, 1916

 

11.5b.2.b

"Notice, The Federal law forbids us from serving alcoholic liquor of any kind

to officers and men of the U.S. Army and 1, 1917

.," Marcellus Observer, June

 

11.5b.2.c

"The Oasis Views with Envy," Marcellus Observer , November 8, 1917

 

11.5b.2.d

"Want to Make Syracuse Bone Dry," newspaper article, 1917/1918

 

11.5b.2.e

"Big Dry Sweep for Camillus," Marcellus Observer, November 8, 1917

 

11.5b.2.f

Citizen's Dry Committee Pledge Card, 1918

 

11.5b.2.g

"Try to Make Hair Tonic from Bootlegger's Whisky," The Post-Standard, September 22, 1918

 

11.5b.2.h

"Hotel Bar in Dry DeWitt Moved 3 Feet Into City," The Post-Standard, October 18, 1918

 

11.5b.2.i

"Women Patronize Downtown Cafes to Satisfy Thirst; Enjoy Soft Drinks Over Mahogany Bars of Hotels," The Post-Standard, July 7, 1919

11.5b.3

 

Progressive Social Programs

 

11.5b.3.a

"Educational and Welfare Work of the Solvay Process Co.," newspaper article

 

11.5b.3.b

New plants, new products, and new ideas regarding employee benefits

 

11.5b.3.c

Solvay Bowling League and Girl's Equestrian Classes

 

11.5b.3.d

Solvay Mutual Benefit Society

 

11.5b.3.e

Guild Hall and Guild House

 

11.5b.3.f

Guild Hall Building 1

 

11.5b.3.g

Guild Hall Buidling 2

 

11.5b.3.h

Guild Gymnasium, c1907

 

11.5b.3.i

Girl's Bowling League and Benefits of Girl's Athletic Association

 

11.5b.3.j

Cooking Class in Guild Hall in the early 1900s

11.5b.4

 

1913

Report of the Syracuse Moral Survey Committee

 

11.5b.4.1a-b

1913

Report of the Syracuse Moral Survey Committee

11.5b.5

 

Dora Hazard and Blanche Weaver Baxter - local suffrage leaders

 

11.5b.5.1

Dora Hazard - 1914-05-31 SH Why I want to vote

 

11.5b.5.2

Dora Hazard - Syracuse Veterans of Memorable Battle That Won Suffrage for Women Gather

 

11.5b.5.3

Dora Hazard - 1935-07-21 DH Dies in RI Home

 

11.5b.5.4a -b

Dora Hazard - 1935-07-30 Aided Many Charities in her Career

 

11.5b.5.5

Dora Hazard - 1939-03-10 They Braved Dangers of the Battlefield

 
 

11.5b.5.6

Blanche Weaver Baxter - 1947,11-05 PS Mrs Baxter Succumbs, Led Art, Theater Circles

 
 

11.5b.5.7

Blanche Weaver Baxter - 1947-11-06 A Woman of Good Works

 
 

11.5b.5.8

Blanche Weaver Baxter - 1977-10-25 PS Early Museum Days Recalled

 

11.5b.6

 

LaFayette Grange Records

 
 

11.5b.6

LaFayette Grange Records

 

11.5b.7

 

19th Century Immigration to Syracuse

 
 

11.5b.7.1

1897 Statistic Chart of Foreign Born Population in Syracuse

 

11.5b.8

 

Harriet May Mills

 
 

11.5b.8.1

Harriet May Mills Important Meeting notice

 
 

11.5b.8.2

Miss Harriet May Mills 1906

 
 

11.5b.8.3

1929-09-18 PS Women had a large part in progress of Syracuse

 
 

11.5b.8.4a

Harriet May Mill's Own Story

 
 

11.5b.8.4b

1929-09-18 PS Women had a large part in progress of Syracuse

 
 

11.5b.8.4c

Harriet May Mill's Own Story

 
 

11.5b.8.5a-b

1929-09-18 PS Many Noted Women in Syracuse History

 
 

11.5b.8.6

Harriet May Mills On Women Voters and Legislation

 
 

11.5b.8.7a

Harriet May Mills for Secretary of State

 
 

11.5b.8.8

1935-05-16 Syracuse Herald Tribute Paid to Mills by Roosevelt

 

11.6

 

The Rise of American Power (1890-1920)

280

11.6a.2

 

The Spanish-American War

 
 

11.6a.2a

Onondaga Responded Promptly When War With Spain Started, Post- Standard, September 7, 1918

 
 

11.6a.2b-d

Syracusans in Spanish War, Syracuse Herald, August 21, 1898

 
 

11.6a.2e

Newspaper Article, Syracuse Officers in the Spanish American War, Syracuse Sunday Herald, December 18, 1898

 
 

11.6a.2f

Hand-drawn Ink on Linen Map Illustrating the Battle of Manila Bay on May 1, 1898

 
 

11.6a.2g

Photograph of Reuben Thurwachter, 41st Separate Company

 
 

11.6a.2h

Reuben Thurwacter’s Knapsack, 41 st Separate Company

 
 

11.6a.2i

Reuben Thurwachter’s Model 1884 U.S. Springfield Rifle Musket

 
 

11.6a.2j

Newspaper Article, “The First Syracusan Killed” Syracuse Herald, June 25,

 

1898

11.6a.2.2

 

Lockrow's Diary from Phillippine Insurrection

 
 

11.6a.2.2k

Urias .Lockwood Diary

 
 

11.6a.2.2l

Urias .Lockwood Diary

 
 

11.6a.2.2m

Urias .Lockwood Diary

 
 

11.6a.2.2n

Urias .Lockwood Diary

 
 

11.6a.2.2o

Urias .Lockwood Diary

 
 

11.6a.2.2p

Urias .Lockwood Diary

 
 

11.6a.2.2q-

Lockrow's Photographs

 

11.6a.2.2y

11.6b.1

 

Sinking of The Lusitania , President Wilson’s shift to support US entry into World War I

 
 

11.6b.1a

Syracuse Journal Front Page – May 8, 1915

 
 

11.6b.1b

Syracuse Herald Morning Edition - May 9, 1915, Image shows scale of Lusitania compared to Syracuse County Courthouse

 
 

11.6b.1c

Virginia Loney Personal Account of Lusitania sinking, Syracuse Herald May 29, 1915

 
 

11.6b.1d

Syracuse Journal Front Page Detail, Survivor List Showing, Virginia Loney New York – May 8, 1915

 
 

11.6b.1e

Image of Virginia Loney Syracuse Herald - June 14, 1915

 

11.6c.1

 

Various World War I Collections

 
 

11.6c.1a

Petition for Release from Service - E.H Gak March 14, 1919

 
 

11.6c.1b

Discharge Orders E H.Gak June 19, 1919

 
 

11.6c.1c

Hazard Unit Photograph, Syracuse Journal – March 20, 1939

 
 

11.6c.1d

Original Photo- Hazard Unit circa 1918

 
 

11.6c.1e

Mary Elizabeth Evans Sharpe Photograph Red Cross Uniform

 
 

11.6c.1f

Mary Elizabeth Evans Sharpe Recipe from WW I

 
 

11.6c.1g

Girls Patriotic League Report by Edna Winship

 
 

11.6c.1h

Girls’ Patriotic League Farmerets – Syracuse Herald Journal, June 6, 1918

 

11.7

 

Prosperity and Depression

530

11.7a.1

 

Cultural Trends of the 1920s

 
 

11.7a.1.a

Fashion World bows to Bedell Summer Frocks, Syracuse Herald, June 18,

 
 

11.7a.1.b

Proving Bedell Suits are Supreme, Syracuse Herald, March 20, 1919

 
 

11.7a.1.c

National Week of Sales, Syracuse Herald, April 29, 1927

 
 

11.7a.1.d

Flapper, c1920s

 
 

11.7a.1.e

BF Keith's New Theater devoted to high class Vaudeville, South Salina Street, Syracuse, c1920

 
 

11.7a.1.f

BF Keith's advertisement, 'World's Greatest Vaudeville Stars and Features,'

 

c1923

 

11.7a.1.g

BF Keith's Theater entry, interior

 
 

11.7a.1.h

Loew's State Theater, interior

 
 

11.7a.1.i

Niagara Hudson / Niagara Mohawk / National Grid building, Art Deco Style, c1930s

 
 

11.7a.1.j

Niagara Mohawk interior, mural in lobby

 
 

11.7a.1.k

Hotel Syracuse, c1924, Neo-Classical style

 
 

11.7a.1.l

Clinton Square looking east, c1900

 
 

11.7a.1.m

Clinton Square looking northeast, c. late 1920s

 
 

11.7a.1.n

Especially Big Vote Cast During Forenoon by Women of Syracuse, Syracuse Herald, November 2, 1920

 
 

11.7a.1.o

10th Anniversary of Women Suffrage, c1930

 

11.7a.2

 

Prohibition

 
 

11.7a.2.a

There's two kinds of men in this town, Bootleggers and Customers, postcard

 

11.7a.2.b

"Bessie, Beautiful Bootlegger, Not Bothered by Booze Ban," The Post- Standard , October 13, 1929

 

11.7a.2.c

Scene Depicting Realistic Raid in Big Dry Cleanup, newspaper clipping

 

11.7a.2.d

"6 Persons Held After Dry Raids," The Post-Standard, March 1, 1925

 

11.7a.2.e

"Load on Truck Traced Back to Car on Siding; Authorities Get Tip Leading to Raid in Lackawanna Freight Carrier," newspaper article, June 22, 1926

 

11.7a.2.f

"Police Close Popular Club at Eastwood," The Post-Standard, January 14, 1929

 

11.7a.2.g

"Record Sized Bottled Beer Plant Raided," The Post-Standard, July 10, 1930

 

11.7a.2.h

"Tide of Revolt Against Volsteadism Sweeps Through Syracuse Streets," newspaper clipping, May 1932

 

11.7a.2.i

Gambrinus on Parade Float - protesting prohibition

11.7a.3

 

Immigration 1920s and 1930s

 

11.7a.3.a

Nativity Distribution in Syracuse, NY, graph from 1930 US Census data

 

11.7a.3.b

Distribution of Foreign Born Heads of Families, graph from 1930 US Census data

 

11.7a.3.c

Nativity and Nationality Distribution for the Syracuse, NY Population, 1880- 1930, graph from US Census Data

 

11.7.a3.d

Year of Immigration of Foreign White Population in Syracuse, NY, graph from 1930 US Census data

 

11.7a.3.e

Americanization League, home classes, c1925

 

11.7a.3.f

"Five Ways with Foreigners," Syracuse Herald, December 23, 1925

 

11.7a.3.g

"Personal Work Gets Results for Americanization," newspaper article, April 16, 1926

 

11.7a.3.h

Americanization League program, All-American dinner, October 24, 1928

 

11.7a.3.i

"Job of Americanizing Foreigners Justified by Results, Says Levy," Syracuse Journal, March 5, 1933

 

11.7a.3.j

"League's 50 Years of Americanization," Herald-American , October 23, 1966

11.7a.4

 

Klu Klux Klan resurgence

 

11.7a.4.a

"Invisible Empire Boasts Onondaga Strength of 2,600; First Genuine Picture of Klan Meeting in Onondaga County," newspaper article, 1921

 

11.7a.4.b

"Ku Klux Form Human Cross in Church Aisle," newspaper article, March 31,

1924

 

11.7a.4.c

Council to Vote Monday to Bar Ku Klux Klan," Syracuse Herald , September 18, 1921

 

11.7a.4.d

"Alderman Demand City Be Rid of Ku Klux," Syracuse Herald, September 20,

1921

11.7b

 

African Americans continued to struggle for social and economic equality

11.7b1-2

 

African-American culture and community

 

11.7b.1-2.a

Exhibit of Fine Art by American Negro Artists, March 6-17, 1930

 

11.7b.1-2.b

"Negro Art League Formed," The Post-Standard, December 14, 1915

 

11.7b.1-2.c

"Alleges Color Line Drawn; Asks Damages," Syracuse Herald, August 12,

1923 [Lawrence Brown, negro, brought suit for

Against proprietors

of "Mickey's" Place for alleged failure to serve him in their establishment.]

 

11.7b.1-2.d

"Pastors to Hear of Local Negroes," The Post-Standard, January 7, 1933

 

11.7b.1-2.e

"History of Dunbar Center," by Emily Lovett Eaton. "It grew out of the need

for wholesome recreation of the Negro program for the city."

for a constructive recreation

 

11.7b.1-2.f

"Progress Through the Years," by Helen Murphy

 

11.7b.1-2.g

Chatscript, a Spicy Negro Weekly Digest , February 20, 1926, Syracuse, NY

 

11.7b.1-2.h

Progressive Herald, Syracuse, NY, September 11, 1933

 

11.7b.1-2.i

Alpha Phi Alpha, First African-American Fraternity at Syracuse University,

c1926

 

11.7b.1-2.j

Turner's Society Orchestra

 

11.7b.1-2.k

Dunbar Center Dance, Syracuse Herald, August 1938

 

11.7b.1-2.l

"A Long, Hard Road; Despite city's abolitionist history progress for blacks has been slow in coming," Syracuse Herald-Journal, February 29, 1996

11.7b3

 

African-Americans in Syracuse's 15th Ward

 

11.7b3.1

Williams Brothers Grocery Store - Early Black Business in Syracuse

 

11.7b3.2

Williams Brothers Barber Shop - Early Black Business in Syracuse

 

11.7b3.3

The 600 Block of Harrison Street in the 15th Ward, c1963 - Early Black Business in Syracuse

 

11.7b3.4

The Dunbar Center

 

11.7b3.5

Aerial photo showing Planned Urban Renewal Replacement of 15th Ward Neighborhood

 

11.7b3.6

Bethany Baptist Church, built in 1893, was razed in 1964

 

11.7b3.7

The Caleb Davis House, used to hide fugitive William Henry after his famous 1851 escape during the Jerry Rescue, was demolished in 1936

 

11.7b3.8

AME Zion Church in 1944

 

11.7b3.9

AME Zion Church in 2010,

 

11.7b3.10

Syracuse's 15th Ward, 1941

 

11.7b3.11

Aerial view showing cleared blocks in the 15th Ward, 1965

 

11.7b3.12

Construction of I-81 through the 15th Ward, 1965

11.7b4

 

Falstaff Harris biography and painting of Yates Castle

 

11.7b4 .1

Photo of Yates Castle painting

 

11.7b4.2

Falstaff Harris

11.7c

 

Prosperity and Depression (1920-1939): Economic Prosperity, the Great Depression and Roosevelt

 

11.7c.1

Syracuse's Franklin Factory

 

11.7c.2

Smith Typewriter Factory, 1920s

 

11.7c.3

State Tower Building Under Construction (1928)

 

11.7c.4

State Tower Building completed

 

11.7c.5

The Abandoned Oswego Canal at the Village of Liverpool, c1930

 

11.7c.6

Portion of the Proposed Onondaga Lake Parkway, 1928

 

11.7c.7

Work Relief Employees at Onondaga Lake Park, 1932

 

11.7c.8

Postcard of Finished Onondaga Lake Parkway, c1940

 

11.7c.9

Chart from "Report of Activities" County Emergency Work Bureau, 1932

 

11.7c.10a

Syracuse Newspaper Headlines - Post-Standard October 24, 1935

 

11.7c.10b

Syracuse Newspaper Headlines - Syracuse Herald November 1, 1936

 
 

11.7c.10c

Syracuse Newspaper Headlines - Post-Standard December 13, 1936

 
 

11.7c.11

Clinton Square after the Erie Canal was Filled - a Parking Lot, c1930

 
 

11.7c.12

Clinton Square following Public Works Improvements, 1937

 
 

11.7c.13

Syracuse Herald noting shift from relief ("dole") to work relief, 1932

 
 

11.7c.14

TERA work relief stonework remaining in Elmwood Park today, 2012

 
 

11.7c.15

Cover sheet for original WPA grant application for boathouse, 1936

 
 

11.7c.16

Photo of boathouse under construction, 1937

 
 

11.7c.17

WPA administration letter to Onondaga County Parks for plaque, 1937

 
 

11.7c.18

SU Rowing Coach and Former Crew members at boathouse, 1937

 
 

11.7c.19

Cornell Rowing Team, 1956 National Champions at Boathouse, 1956

 
 

11.7c.20

Ten Eyck Memorial Boathouse Today in Onondaga Park, 2012

 
 

11.7c.21

Letter from Phil O'Neill seeking Employment, 1936

 
 

11.7c.22

Franklin Roosevelt & William Kelley, c1932

 
 

11.7c.23

Aerial Photo of Pioneer homes, c1940

 
 

11.7c.24

Close-up photo of Pioneer homes, c1960

 
 

11.7c.25

US Housing Authority document with Presidential approval of Syracuse Pioneer Homes Project, March 17, 1938

 

11.8

 

World War II (1935-1945)

310

11.8a.3

 

The Attack on Pearl Harbor

 
 

11.8a.3a

Five short accounts of the “Day of Infamy” by Onondaga county locals.

 
 

11.8a.3b

Account by Mildred Christopher-Bradshaw, who was a fourteen-year-old Caucasian girl at the time of the Pearl Harbor bombing.

 
 

11.8a.3c

Account by Phoebe Y. E. Groot, who was a young Chinese American girl living in Honolulu, Hawaii at the time of the Pearl Harbor bombing.

 
 

11.8a.3d

Account by Herbert A. Johnson, who was a young African American man living in Syracuse at the time of the Pearl Harbor bombing.

 
 

11.8a.3e

Account by Marjory Werts Wilkins, who was a twelve-year-old African American girl living in Syracuse at the time of the Pearl Harbor bombing.

 

11.8a.5

 

WWII Technology Advance, The Atomic Bomb, Hiroshima & Nagasaki

 
 

11.8a.5a

E.R. "Curly" Vadeboncoeur Photos

 
 

11.8a.5b

Vadeboncoeur Script August 6, 1945 12:15 PM

 
 

11.8a.5c

Vadeboncoeur Script – August 6, 1945, 12:15 PM

 

11.8b.1

 

Local Industries Adapt to Wartime Production During World War II

 
 

11.8b.1a

Photograph of employees at Easy Washing Machine Corporation making wartime products at their plant in Syracuse.

 
 

11.8b.1b

Photograph of Easy Washing Machine Corporation employees riding on their corporate float during the War Workers Cavalcade Parade on July 28,

 
 

11.8b.1c

Photograph of Brown Lipe Chapin employees assembling .50 caliber Browning Machine Guns in 1944

 
 

11.8b.1d

Photograph of Brown Lipe Chapin employees riding on their corporate float during the War Workers Cavalcade Parade on July 28, 1944

 
 

11.8b.1e

Photograph of Partially Metallic M-5 Anti-Tank Landmine Made by Onondaga Pottery Company during World War II

 
 

11.8b.1f

Photograph of Cutaway of Partially Metallic M-5 Anti-Tank Landmine Made by Onondaga Pottery Company During World War II

 
 

11.8b.1g

Photograph of Women Employees at Onondaga Pottery Company Making M-5 Anti-Tank Landmines During World War II

 
 

11.8b.1h

Photograph of Ceremony Awarding Onondaga Pottery Company the Army-

 

Navy E Award for Making Their M-5 Anti-Tank & M-7 Pocket Landmines in

1944

11.8b.3

 

Native American Contributions to WWII

 
 

11.8b.3a

“Indians to Honor Own Heroic Dead” printed in The Post-Standard on September 30, 1945.

 
 

11.8b.3b

“Chiefs May Fight Draft Law, But Young Braves Volunteer” printed in The Post-Standard on January 8, 1944.

 
 

11.8b.3c

“Indian Woman Says Inducted Son Never Was, Never Will Be Citizen” printed in Syracuse on November 26, 1941.

 
 

11.8b.3d

“Indians Delay War Declaration Due to Draft Law” printed on November 26, 1941.

 
 

11.8b.3e

“Onondaga Indians: Scores in Service, Others Work Daily in City Factories” printed on March, 1944.

 

11.8b.3

 

Women’s Contributions World War II

 
 

11.8b.1a

Victory Woman - Syracuse Post Standard, October 19, 1944

 
 

11.8b.1b

Genevieve Delcioppo, during a radio interview

 
 

11.8b.1c

“How to Be a Victory Woman” - Syracuse Post Standard, October 6, 1944

 
 

11.8b.1d

Red Cross Nurse Recruiting Poster – Syracuse, New York

 
 

11.8b.1e

Syracuse Herald Journal Article – February 14, 1943 & Personal Photo

 
 

11.8b.1f

Emma Kutzer Photo

 
 

11.8b.1g

Syracuse Herald Journal Article, February 14, 1943

 

11.8c.1

 

World War II, the Holocaust and US Role

 
 

11.8c.1a

Groundbreaking Memento Safe Haven Museum

 
 

11.8c.1b

New York Times reprint, Syracuse Herald Journal, December 23, 1945

 

11.8c.3

 

Eleanor Roosevelt & the United Nations

 
 

11.8c.3a

Photo postcard “Mrs. Roosevelt between Sessions at the UN 1948”

 
 

11.8c.3b

“My Day” Syracuse Herald Journal - December 22, 1945

 
 

11.8c.3c

Eleanor Roosevelt Address @ Syracuse University, Syracuse Herald Journal – March 26, 1947

 

11.9

 

Cold War (1945-1990)

605

11.9a-b.1

 

Civil Defense

 
 

11.9a-b.1.a

OHA-Air-Raid Warden helmet

 
 

11.9a-b.1.b1-

Local Evacuation for the City of Syracuse and Onondaga County_01

 

4

 

11.9a-b.1.c1-

Manual of Organization of Civil Defense for City of Syracuse and Onondaga

4

County_01

 

11.9a-b.1.d1-

Family Shelter Series - Basement Corrugated Asbestos-Cement Lean-To

6

Shelter

 

11.9a-b.1.e1-

Family Shelter Series - Basement Corrugated Asbestos-Cement Lean-To

7

Shelter

 

11.9a-b.1.f1-

11.9a-b.1.f1 Family Shelter Series - Basement Corrugated Asbestos-Cement

3

Lean-To Shelter

11.9a-b.2

 

Korean War

 

11.9a-b.2.1

Richard H. Hiller Initial Peacetime Inductee in State,’ Syracuse newspaper , October 26, 1948

 

11.9a-b.2.2

Hundreds Honor Hospital Group at Sendoff Ceremony,’ Syracuse Post- Standard , September 4, 1950

 

11.9a-b.2.3

City’s First Draftees in Korea War Will Get Civic Sendoff Tonight,’ Syracuse Herald-Journal , September 15, 1950

 

11.9a-b.2.4

Tell Them for Bill Smyth,’ Syracuse Herald-Journal , Nov. 14, 1952

 

11.9a-b.2.5

1952

 

11.9a-b.2.6

The Purple Heart award (posthumously) to Sergeant William R. Smyth, December 4, 1952

 

11.9a-b.2.7a

In Grateful Memory of Sergeant William R. Smyth, signed by Harry Truman

 

11.9a-b.2.7b

Citation for service of Sergeant William R. Smyth, November 3, 1952

 

11.9a-b.2.8

‘Funeral Thursday For Sgt. William Smyth,’ Syracuse Herald-Journal , Jan. 12,

1953

 

11.9a-b.2.9

Certificate for Recommendation for Award of Congressional Medal of Honor to Sergeant William R. Smyth, April 29, 1953

 

11.9a-b.2.10

Witness Affidavit, June 2, 1953

 

11.9a-

The Distinguished Service Cross to Sergeant William R. Smyth, August 20,

b.2.10a

1953

 

11.9a-

 

b.2.10b

Citation for Sergeant William R. Smyth, September 23, 1953

 

11.9a-b.2.11

Mothers of Fighting Men Thank God Amid Joy for End of Conflict in Korea, Syracuse Post-Standard , July 27, 1953

 

11.9a-

 

b.2.12a

Report of Army Decorations Board, William R. Smyth, August 3, 1953

 

11.9a-

Certificate for Sergeant William R. Smyth by George W. Orton, August 6,

b.2.12b

1953

 

11.9a-

Witness Affidavit for Sergeant William R. Smyth by John W. Turner, August 6, 1953

b.2.12c

 

11.9a-

Witness Affidavit for Sergeant William R. Smyth by Lawrence A. Woodlief, August 6, 1953

b.2.12d

 

11.9a-

 

b.2.12e

“E” Company Defensive Sector

 

11.9a-b.2.12f

Medal of Honor (posthumous) for William R. Smyth

 

11.9a-

M/Sgt Joseph J. Smyth was awarded the Bronze Star by Col. E. J. Field, August 3, 1957

b.2.13a

 

11.9a-

M/Sgt Joseph J. Smyth was awarded the Bronze Star by Col. E. J. Field, August 3, 1957

b.2.13b

 

11.9a-

Letter from Headquarters 160 th Infantry Regiment to Mr. Patrick Smyth, brother of Sergeant William A. Smyth, December 22, 1953

b.2.14a

 

11.9a-

Letter from Headquarters 160 th Infantry Regiment to Mr. Patrick Smyth, brother of Sergeant William A. Smyth, December 22, 1953

b.2.14b

 

11.9a-

Letter from Headquarters 160 th Infantry Regiment to Mr. Patrick Smyth, brother of Sergeant William A. Smyth, December 22, 1953

b.2.14c

 

11.9a-

 

b.2.14d

Photograph of sign at The William A. Smyth Range, December 22, 1953

 

11.9a-b.2.15

1954

 

11.9a-b.2.16

‘Never Catered to Reds, Says Whelan,’ Syracuse Post-Standard, January 25,

1956

 

11.9a-

‘Syracusans Sponsor Korean War Orphan,’ Syracuse Catholic Sun, May 10,

b.2.17a-b

1956

 

11.9a-b.2.18

‘162 Onondaga County Fighters Wounded in Three Years of Korean War,’ Syracuse newspaper, date unknown

 

11.9a-

’64 County Men Have Died in Korean War,’ Syracuse newspaper, date unknown

b.2.19a-b

 

11.9a-b.2.20

‘Schools ignore veterans of the ‘Forgotten War’,’ Syracuse Post-Standard, December 1, 2000

 

11.9a-

 

b.2.21a

‘Forgotten War Remembered,’ Syracuse Post-Standard, October 19, 2003

 

11.9a-

‘Forgotten War Remembered – Cold, Snow, Guerrillas, Blood & Bodies,’ Syracuse Post-Standard, October 19, 2003

b.2.21b-c

 

11.9a-

 

b.2.22a-b

‘A Soldier Finally Comes Home,’ Syracuse Post-Standard, August 30, 2010

 

11.9a-b.2.23

‘A Baby Brother Finally Comes Home,’ Syracuse Post-Standard, November 16, 2014

11.9a-b.3

 

Lyndon B. Johnson Gulf of Tonkin speech

 

11.9a-b.3.1

Lyndon B Johnson at Hancock Airport

 

11.9a-b.3.2

Syracuse Loves LBJ

 

11.9a-b.3.3

Johnson at Newhouse

 

11.9a-b.3.4

Johnson at Hancock Airport

 

11.9a-b.3.5

Lyndon B Johnson speech

 

11.9a-b.3.5a-

President Johnson at Newhouse _ Syracuse University Magazine_Page_1

f

 

11.9a-b.3.6a-

Remarks on Vietnam at Syracuse University_Page_1

d

 

11.9a-b.3.7a

spe_1964_0805_johnson

 

11.9a-b.3.7b

spe_1964_0805_johnson

11.9a-b.4

 

Vietnam War

 

11.9a-b.4.1

‘Students Protest the Protest,’ Syracuse Herald-Journal , April 15, 1967

 

11.9a-b.4.2

‘New Viet protest unit,’ Herald Journal , July 4, 1967

 

11.9a-b.4.3

‘Marine begs protesters first learn plight of Viet,’ Herald Journal , February 16, 1969

 

11.9a-b.4.4a-

 

b

‘No classes for 2 days,’ Herald Journal , May 5, 1970

 

11.9a-b.4.5a-

   

b

‘Disorders Force SU to Cancel Classes,’ Post-Standard , May 6, 1970

 

11.9a-b.4.6

‘Student dissent takes many Summer 1970

.,’ Syracuse University Alumni News,

 
 

11.9a-b.4.7a-

   

b

‘Wounded Veterans Differ on Vietnam,’ The Post-Standard , April 2, 1975

 

11.9a-b.4.8a-

   

c

‘Viet Memorial to be dedicated,’ Herald American , November 8, 1982

 

11.9a-b.4.9a-

   

d

Vietnam Veterans Moving Wall, August 22, 1993

11.9a-b.5

 

The Cold War – Hancock Air Force Base, The National Guard

 
 

11.9a-b.5.1

Brief History of Hancock Field, 1941-1952

 
 

11.9a-b.5.2

Brief History of Hancock Field, 1941-1952

 
 

11.9a-b.5.3

‘Army Air Base Declared Surplus,’ newspaper clipping, January 24, 1946

 
 

11.9a-b.5.4

It’s a lonely vigil of the Syracuse Army Air Base for Lt. Donald L. Renick of Chicago, Ill,’ Syracuse Herald-Journal , February 27, 1946

 
 

11.9a-b.5.5

‘Closed since construction at Syracuse airbase was started early in the .,’ Syracuse Post-Standard , May 4, 1946

 
 

11.9a-b.5.6

‘Plea and warning to motorists to keep off the runways at the army airbase

 

at

.,’ Syracuse Post-Standard , September 17, 1946

 

11.9a-b.5.7

108 th Tactical Control Flight, a Brief History

 
 

11.9a-b.5.8

‘U.S. Still Owns 1,643 Acres of Land at Mattydale Base,’ Syracuse Post- Standard , June 5, 1955

 
 

11.9a-b.5.9

‘Doom Hancock Army Buildings,’ Syracuse Herald-Journal , August 30, 1956

 
 

11.9a-b.5.10

‘Island Firm Bids Low on Hancock Razing,’ Syracuse Herald-Journal , September 21, 1956

 
 

11.9a-b.5.11

National Guard of the United States Certification form

 
 

11.9a-b.5.12

‘Guard Plans to Disband Unit Here,’ Syracuse Post-Standard , November 1,

 

1960

 

11.9a-b.5.13

‘27 th NYANG Headquarter,’ Syracuse Post-Standard , March 25, 1963

 
 

11.9a-b.5.14

‘Upstate May Lose $7 Million in Reserve Shakeup,’ Syracuse Post-Standard , December 13, 1964

 
 

11.9a-b.5.15

‘Upstate May Lose $7 Million in Reserve Shakeup,’ Syracuse Post-Standard , December 13, 1964

 
 

11.9a-b.5.16

‘Guard Cutback Plan ‘Nothing New,’ Syracuse Post-Standard , March 6, 1967

 
 

11.9a-b.5.17

‘27 th Armored Division victim of realignment,’ Syracuse Herald-Journal , June 1, 1967

 
 

11.9a-b.5.18

‘27 th Armored Division Glorious life to end,’ Syracuse Herald-Journal , October 10, 1967

 
 

11.9a-b.5.19

‘National Guard Shake-up to Affect Local Units,’ Syracuse Post-Standard , January 19, 1968

 
 

11.9a-b.5.20

‘Governor Accepts Colors ‘17 th ’ Retired,’ Syracuse Post-Standard , January 30,

 

1968

 

11.9a-b.5.21

   

11.10

 

Social & Economic Change / Domestic Issues (1945 - present)

310

11.10a1b

 

CORE

 
 

11.10a1b.1a

CORE booklet cover, published in 1963

 
 

11.10a1b.1b

CORE booklet photo of Bruce Thomas, CORE Chairman, published in 1963

 

11.10a1b.1c

CORE booklet photo taken in Syracuse in August or September 1963

 

11.10a1b.1d

CORE booklet photo taken in Syracuse in August or September 1963

 

11.10a1b.1e

CORE booklet photo taken in Syracuse in August or September 1963

 

11.10a1b.1f

CORE booklet photo taken in Syracuse in August or September 1963

 

11.10a1b.1g

CORE booklet photo taken in Syracuse in August or September 1963

 

11.10a1b.1h

CORE booklet photo taken in Syracuse in August or September 1963

 

11.10a1b.1i

CORE booklet photo taken in Syracuse in August or September 1963

 

11.10a1b.1j

CORE booklet photo taken in Syracuse in August or September 1963

 

11.10a1b.1k

CORE booklet photo taken in Syracuse in August or September 1963

 

11.10a1b.1l

CORE booklet photo taken in Syracuse in August or September 1963

 

11.10a1b.1m

CORE booklet photo taken in Syracuse in August or September 1963

 

11.10a1b.2a

CORE Project 101 booklet, published in 1964

 

11.10a1b.2b

CORE Project 101 booklet, published in 1964

 

11.10a1b.2c

CORE Project 101 booklet, published in 1964

 

11.10a1b.3

‘Black problems cited at rally,’ Syracuse Herald-Journal, September 4, 1969

11.10a.2

 

The Great Migration and Syracuse: Social Change

 

11.2a.2.1

Community Outlook Report by Syracuse Social Service Agencies, 1953

 

11.2a.2.2

Syracuse Post-Standard Newspaper Article about Great Migrationa and Local Housing Discrimination

11.10b.1

 

Karen DeCrow

 

11.10b.1

‘Becomes first woman mayoral candidate,’ Syracuse Herald-Journal, May 16,

1969

 

11.10b.1a

‘Mayoral October 26, 1969

here’s the form chart,’ Syracuse Herald-Journal,

 

11.10b.2

‘Mayoral October 26, 1969

here’s the form chart,’ Syracuse Herald-Journal,

 

11.10b.3a

‘smr interviews: The No. 3, October 1969

.,’ Syracuse Metropolitan Review, Vol. 2,

 

11.10b.3b

‘smr interviews: The No. 3, October 1969

.,’ Syracuse Metropolitan Review, Vol. 2,

 

11.10b.3c

‘smr interviews: The No. 3, October 1969

.,’ Syracuse Metropolitan Review, Vol. 2,

 

11.10b.3d

‘smr interviews: The No. 3, October 1969

.,’ Syracuse Metropolitan Review, Vol. 2,

 

11.10b.3e

‘smr interviews: The No. 3, October 1969

.,’ Syracuse Metropolitan Review, Vol. 2,

 

11.10b.3f

‘smr interviews: The No. 3, October 1969

.,’ Syracuse Metropolitan Review, Vol. 2,

11.10b.2a

 

Onondaga Natives blocking Rt 81 expansion in 1971

 

11.10b.2a1a-

Route 81 – Another in long line of broken treaties

c

 

11.10b.2a2

Onondagas seek outside opinion on road plans

 

11.10b.2a3

Onondaga Indians win skirmish on Route 81

 

11.10b.2a4

Indians march in Rt. 81 protest

 

11.10b.2a5

Indians Lose Decision Over Eminent Domain

 
 

11.10b.2a6

Highway 81 Revisted

 
 

11.10b.2a7

Indians Refuse New Money, Land Offers

 
 

11.10b.2a78

Conflicting Claims 1988

 

a-b

11.10b.2b

 

Onondaga Natives Issues

 
 

11.10b.2b1a-

Onondagas Cite Treaty Violations – Back Wounded Knee Occupation

 

b

 

11.10b.2b2

Indian Chiefs at Hearings Wounded Knee

 
 

11.10b.2b3a

Chief Elm Stresses Plight of the Indians

 

11.10b.3

 

Onondaga Lake Pollution

 
 

11.10b3.1a-b

The Insidious Degradation of Onondaga Lake Basin March 12, 1966

 
 

11.10b3.2a -

State of John Mulroy on Onondaga Lake Pollution 1966

 

g

 

11.10b3.3a

Do You Smell It, Post-Standard, 1899

 
 

11.10b3.3b

We Can Clean up Onondaga Lake, Herald-Journal, 1965

 
 

11.10b3.3c

How to Reclaim Lake, Post-Standard 1967

 
 

11.10b3.4

ESF Replanting at Onondaga Lake wastebeds

 

11.10b.4

 

Dennis Banks – Sanctuary on the Onondaga Nation

 
 

11.10b.4.1

Dennis Banks photo

 
 

11.10b.4.2

‘Banks keeps low profile, sets sights high,’ Syracuse Herald-Journal, February 28, 1984

 
   

TOTALS

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