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Information from accompanying cards: With a fine watercolor painting of American interest on the fore-edge of each volume, as follows: A view of Albany with boats on the Hudson and buildings in the background. ... More

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Map of Albany County, New York : from actual surveys /

Map of Albany County, New York : from actual surveys /

Relief shown by hachures. Shows landowners. LC Land ownership maps, 473 Includes ancillary maps of Albany, Rennselaerville, Cohoes, and the village of West Troy, statistical chart, business directories and illu... More

U.S. Reports: Laramie County v. Albany County et al., 92 U.S. 307 (1876)

U.S. Reports: Laramie County v. Albany County et al., 92 U.S. 307 (187...

Description: U.S. Reports Volume 92; October Term, 1875; Commissioners of Laramie County v. Commissioners of Albany County et al.

Cohoes, N.Y : 1879

Cohoes, N.Y : 1879

Cohoes, New York, 1879 Courtesy of Boston Public Library

Map of the cities of Albany and Rensselaer and portions of Bath and East Greenbrush, New York

Map of the cities of Albany and Rensselaer and portions of Bath and Ea...

New colored map of Albany Courtesy of Boston Public Library

Sacco-Vanzetti Case Records, 1920-1928. Defense Papers. Correspondence of Fred H. Moore to New York Prison Dept., June 4, 1922. Box 10, Folder 26, Harvard Law School Library, Historical & Special Collections

Sacco-Vanzetti Case Records, 1920-1928. Defense Papers. Correspondence...

Bulk of the material pertains to the defense of Nicola Sacco and Bartolomeo Vanzetti, anarchists who were tried and executed for murder, and includes "office testimony" not included in the published transcript.... More

Sacco-Vanzetti Case Records, 1920-1928. Defense Papers. Correspondence of Fred H. Moore to Rattigan, C.F., June 16, 1922. Box 10, Folder 36, Harvard Law School Library, Historical & Special Collections

Sacco-Vanzetti Case Records, 1920-1928. Defense Papers. Correspondence...

Bulk of the material pertains to the defense of Nicola Sacco and Bartolomeo Vanzetti, anarchists who were tried and executed for murder, and includes "office testimony" not included in the published transcript.... More

Sacco-Vanzetti Case Records, 1920-1928. Defense Papers. Correspondence to Moore from Rattigan, C.F., July 6, 1922. Box 10, Folder 76, Harvard Law School Library, Historical & Special Collections

Sacco-Vanzetti Case Records, 1920-1928. Defense Papers. Correspondence...

Bulk of the material pertains to the defense of Nicola Sacco and Bartolomeo Vanzetti, anarchists who were tried and executed for murder, and includes "office testimony" not included in the published transcript.... More

Sacco-Vanzetti Case Records, 1920-1928. Defense Papers. Correspondence to Moore from New York State Prison Dept., June 2, 6, 1922. Box 10, Folder 71, Harvard Law School Library, Historical & Special Collections

Sacco-Vanzetti Case Records, 1920-1928. Defense Papers. Correspondence...

Bulk of the material pertains to the defense of Nicola Sacco and Bartolomeo Vanzetti, anarchists who were tried and executed for murder, and includes "office testimony" not included in the published transcript.... More

State Capitol, Albany, N. Y.

State Capitol, Albany, N. Y.

The work of building the Capitol was begun December 9, 1867, and Governor Black declared the Capitol practically completed on August 28, 1898. The building is constructed of solid granite and has cost for groun... More

Delaware & Hudson Company Building at the Plaza, at night, Albany, N. Y.

Delaware & Hudson Company Building at the Plaza, at night, Albany, N. ...

Albany is the second oldest city in the United States, and since 1797 has been the capitol of the Empire State. It was a strategic center during Colonial Days, and it was here in 1754 that steps were taken by t... More

State Capitol, Albany, N. Y.

State Capitol, Albany, N. Y.

Albany is the second oldest city in the United States, and since 1797 has been the capitol of the Empire State. It was a strategic center during Colonial Days, and it was here in 1754 that steps were taken by t... More

Lincoln Park swimming pool, Albany, N. Y.

Lincoln Park swimming pool, Albany, N. Y.

Albany is the second oldest city in the United States, and since 1797 has been the capitol of the Empire State. It was a strategic center during Colonial Days, and it was here in 1754 that steps were taken by t... More

High school, Albany, N. Y.

High school, Albany, N. Y.

Albany is the second oldest city in the United States, and since 1797 has been the capitol of the Empire State. It was a strategic center during Colonial Days, and it was here in 1754 that steps were taken by t... More

Wellington Hotel, Albany 1, N. Y.

Wellington Hotel, Albany 1, N. Y.

Wellington Hotel. Albany's Only "Garage-IN" Hotel. Convenient to transportation lines, shopping district and State Office Buildings. 425 Rooms . . . Dining Room . . . 206-Car Garage. 136 State St., Albany 1, N.... More

Educational Building -- Capitol Hill, Albany, N. Y.

Educational Building -- Capitol Hill, Albany, N. Y.

The entire cost of the building including site was approximately $5,000,000. The building is devoted entirely to education and contains the administrative offices of the State Education Department. It also hous... More

Schuyler Mansion, Albany, N. Y.

Schuyler Mansion, Albany, N. Y.

Albany is the second oldest city in the United States, and since 1797 has been the capitol of the Empire State. It was a strategic center during Colonial Days, and it was here in 1754 that steps were taken by t... More

New Turf Room and Grill. The DeWitt Clinton, Albany, N. Y.

New Turf Room and Grill. The DeWitt Clinton, Albany, N. Y.

Two beautiful adjoining restaurants with horse-shoe bar and bright, colorful race track murals. Above: Foyer of Turf Room and Grill. At right: corner of Turf Room with thrilling steeplechase mural. a Knott Hote... More

N. Y. State Armory, Albany, N. Y.

N. Y. State Armory, Albany, N. Y.

Albany is the second oldest city in the United States, and since 1797 has been the capitol of the Empire State. It was a strategic center during Colonial Days, and it was here in 1754 that steps were taken by t... More

Telephone Building, Albany, N. Y.

Telephone Building, Albany, N. Y.

Albany is the second oldest city in the United States, and since 1797 has been the capitol of the Empire State. It was a strategic center during Colonial Days, and it was here in 1754 that steps were taken by t... More

1940 Census Enumeration District Maps - New York - Albany County - Guilderland - ED 1-55, ED 1-56, ED 1-57, ED 1-58, ED 1-59

1940 Census Enumeration District Maps - New York - Albany County - Gui...

1940 Census Enumeration District Maps - New York - Albany County

Port of Albany, Albany, N. Y.

Port of Albany, Albany, N. Y.

Albany is the second oldest city in the United States, and since 1797 has been the capitol of the Empire State. It was a strategic center during Colonial Days, and it was here in 1754 that steps were taken by t... More

Court of Appeals, Albany, N. Y.

Court of Appeals, Albany, N. Y.

This building resembles a Greek temple and is architecturally one of the most perfect in the country. The court room is most interesting with its carved desk, paintings of former judges and oak paneling. Courte... More

Looking up State Street to State Capitol and office building tower from D. & H. Building. Albany, N. Y.

Looking up State Street to State Capitol and office building tower fro...

Albany is the second oldest city in the United States, and since 1797 has been the capitol of the Empire State. It was a strategic center during Colonial Days, and it was here in 1754 that steps were taken by t... More

Gov. Smith Office Bldg., Albany, N. Y.

Gov. Smith Office Bldg., Albany, N. Y.

This building houses many departments of the state government and dominates Capitol Hill. The cost of this building was approximately $8,000.000. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

Greetings from Albany N. Y.

Greetings from Albany N. Y.

Albany is the second oldest city in the United States, and since 1797 has been the capitol of the Empire State. It was a strategic center during Colonial Days, and it was here in 1754 that steps were taken by t... More

Olendorf's Motel, R. D. 1, Cohoes, N. Y.

Olendorf's Motel, R. D. 1, Cohoes, N. Y.

Olendorf's Cabins and Tourist Home, R.D. 1, Cohoes, N.Y., 1 mile north of Latham Traffic Circle, Albany-Saratoga Road, Route 9. "A Home Away from Home." Completely NEW in every detail with modern and sanitary c... More

New York. Texas. Georgia. Maine

New York. Texas. Georgia. Maine

State capitol in Albany. State capitol in Austin. State capitol in Atlanta. State capitol in Augusta. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

The Wellington, Albany, N. Y. Albany's only "garage-in" Hotel

The Wellington, Albany, N. Y. Albany's only "garage-in" Hotel

the Wellington, 136 State St. Albany's only "Garage-In" Hotel. Offers its guests the unusual convenience of driving into the Garage and entering directly into the Hotel Lobby. Garage entrance, Howard St., Alban... More

1940 Census Enumeration District Maps - New York - Albany County - Cohoes - ED 1-14 - ED 1-35

1940 Census Enumeration District Maps - New York - Albany County - Coh...

1940 Census Enumeration District Maps - New York - Albany County

Olendorf's Cabins and Tourist Home, R. D. 1, Cohoes, N. Y.

Olendorf's Cabins and Tourist Home, R. D. 1, Cohoes, N. Y.

Olendorf's Cabins and Tourist Home, R.D. 1, Cohoes, N.Y., 1 mile north of Latham Traffic Circle, Albany-Saratoga Road, Route 9. "A Home Away from Home." Completely NEW in every detail with modern and sanitary c... More

"Moses", The Kings Fountain in Washington Park, Albany, N. Y.

"Moses", The Kings Fountain in Washington Park, Albany, N. Y.

Albany is the second oldest city in the United States, and since 1797 has been the capitol of the Empire State. It was a strategic center during Colonial Days, and it was here in 1754 that steps were taken by t... More

Post office, Albany, N. Y.

Post office, Albany, N. Y.

Albany is the second oldest city in the United States, and since 1797 has been the capitol of the Empire State. It was a strategic center during Colonial Days, and it was here in 1754 that steps were taken by t... More

The Green Lantern Motor Court, 10 miles north of Albany on U. S. Route 9

The Green Lantern Motor Court, 10 miles north of Albany on U. S. Route...

The Green Lantern -- Ten miles north of Albany on U.S. Route 9, five miles west of Troy. Cottages with tile baths, hot water, radios, screened porches, maple furnishings. Steam heat. Approved by AAA and "Recomm... More

New York. Wisconsin.

New York. Wisconsin.

State capitol in Albany. State capitol in Madison. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, Albany, N. Y.

Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, Albany, N. Y.

Albany is the second oldest city in the United States, and since 1797 has been the capitol of the Empire State. It was a strategic center during Colonial Days, and it was here in 1754 that steps were taken by t... More

New York Central R. R. Station, Albany, N. Y.

New York Central R. R. Station, Albany, N. Y.

Albany is the second oldest city in the United States, and since 1797 has been the capitol of the Empire State. It was a strategic center during Colonial Days, and it was here in 1754 that steps were taken by t... More

1940 Census Enumeration District Maps - New York - Albany County - Green Island - ED 1-51, ED 1-52, ED 1-53, ED 1-54

1940 Census Enumeration District Maps - New York - Albany County - Gre...

1940 Census Enumeration District Maps - New York - Albany County

Pennsylvania. Georgia. New York

Pennsylvania. Georgia. New York

State capitol in Harrisburg. State capitol in Atlanta. State capitol in Albany. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

Michigan. North Carolina. Virginia. New York

Michigan. North Carolina. Virginia. New York

State capitol in Lansing. State capitol in Raleigh. State capitol in Richmond. State capitol in Albany. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

New York State College for Teachers, Albany, N. Y.

New York State College for Teachers, Albany, N. Y.

Albany is the second oldest city in the United States, and since 1797 has been the capitol of the Empire State. It was a strategic center during Colonial Days, and it was here in 1754 that steps were taken by t... More

1940 Census Enumeration District Maps - New York - Albany County - Bethlehem - ED 1-3, ED 1-4, ED 1-5, ED 1-6, ED 1-7, ED 1-8, ED 1-9

1940 Census Enumeration District Maps - New York - Albany County - Bet...

1940 Census Enumeration District Maps - New York - Albany County

1940 Census Enumeration District Maps - Wyoming - Albany County - Laramie - ED 1-6 - ED 1-14

1940 Census Enumeration District Maps - Wyoming - Albany County - Lara...

1940 Census Enumeration District Maps - Wyoming - Albany County

Interior views, Uptown Office

Interior views, Uptown Office

Uptown Office, City & County Savings Bank, 301 New Scotland Ave., Cor. Ontario St., Albany 8, N.Y., Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. Dear Friend: Here's your invitation to visit this "homey" neighb... More

Wellington Hotel, Albany 1, N. Y.

Wellington Hotel, Albany 1, N. Y.

Drive right into Hotel Wellington, 136 State Street, Albany's largest and only "Garage-In" Hotel. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

New York. Washington

New York. Washington

State capitol in Albany. State capitol in Olympia. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

Pierce Hall, girls' dormitory, N. Y. State College for Teachers, Albany, N. Y.

Pierce Hall, girls' dormitory, N. Y. State College for Teachers, Alban...

Albany is the second oldest city in the United States, and since 1797 has been the capitol of the Empire State. It was a strategic center during Colonial Days, and it was here in 1754 that steps were taken by t... More

Missouri. Kentucky. Arizona. New York

Missouri. Kentucky. Arizona. New York

State capitol in Jefferson City. State capitol in Frankfurt. State capitol in Phoenix. State capitol in Albany. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

Hotel Wellington, Albany, N. Y.

Hotel Wellington, Albany, N. Y.

Hotel Wellington. Albany's largest and only "Garage-In" Hotel. Convenient to transportation lines, shopping district and State Office Buildings. Main Entrance, 136 State Street. Motor Entrance, Howard St., Alba... More

Governor's Mansion, Albany, N. Y.

Governor's Mansion, Albany, N. Y.

Albany is the second oldest city in the United States, and since 1797 has been the capitol of the Empire State. It was a strategic center during Colonial Days, and it was here in 1754 that steps were taken by t... More

The New Dunn Memorial Bridge connecting Albany and Rensselaer, N. Y.

The New Dunn Memorial Bridge connecting Albany and Rensselaer, N. Y.

Albany is the second oldest city in the United States, and since 1797 has been the capitol of the Empire State. It was a strategic center during Colonial Days, and it was here in 1754 that steps were taken by t... More

Fair View Farm, Medusa, N. Y.

Fair View Farm, Medusa, N. Y.

Fair View Farm, Medusa, N.Y. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

Interior views, Uptown Office

Interior views, Uptown Office

Uptown Office, City & County Savings Bank, 301 New Scotland Ave., Cor. Ontario St., Albany 8, N.Y., Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

Hotel Wellington, Albany, N. Y.

Hotel Wellington, Albany, N. Y.

Drive right into Hotel Wellington. 136 State Street. Albany's largest and only "Garage-IN" Hotel. Convenient to transportation lines, shopping district and State Office Building. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

Sayles Hall, boys' dormitory, New York State College for Teachers, Albany, N. Y.

Sayles Hall, boys' dormitory, New York State College for Teachers, Alb...

Albany is the second oldest city in the United States, and since 1797 has been the capitol of the Empire State. It was a strategic center during Colonial Days, and it was here in 1754 that steps were taken by t... More

Albany skyline, at night, Albany, N. Y.

Albany skyline, at night, Albany, N. Y.

Albany is the second oldest city in the United States, and since 1797 has been the capitol of the Empire State. It was a strategic center during Colonial Days, and it was here in 1754 that steps were taken by t... More

St. Peter's Hospital and Bishop Cusack Memorial, Albany, N. Y.

St. Peter's Hospital and Bishop Cusack Memorial, Albany, N. Y.

Albany is the second oldest city in the United States, and since 1797 has been the capitol of the Empire State. It was a strategic center during Colonial Days, and it was here in 1754 that steps were taken by t... More

Washington Park. Showing recreation building and boat house. Albany, N. Y.

Washington Park. Showing recreation building and boat house. Albany, N...

Albany is the second oldest city in the United States, and since 1797 has been the capitol of the Empire State. It was a strategic center during Colonial Days, and it was here in 1754 that steps were taken by t... More