Greenley Library College Archives
The Mission of the Farmingdale State College Archives is to document the history of the college through the collection, preservation, organization, dissemination, and display of historical materials.
In keeping with our mission, the Farmingdale State College Archives collects a wide array of materials, including but not limited to:
College Catalogs (1940-2019)
Commencement Programs (1919-2011)
View a list of the types of materials held by the Archives.
A selection of topical materials from the College Archives.
Campus Unrest: By Ashley Faith Candreva, an academic service-learning project.
Class of 1919: By April Lynne Earle, Librarian, with research assistance and digitization by Robert Voyles, an academic service-learning project.
College Presidents: By Kimberly Simmons, an academic service-learning project.
Country Life Program: By Sanna Cheema, an academic service-learning project.
Early Faculty and Notable Figures: By April Lynne Earle, Librarian, with research assistance and digitization by Elena Paparatto, an academic service-learning project.
Mr. Boller's Scrapbook: A scrapbook dating from 1883 to 1907 about the life experience of its creator, Mr. Claude Villette Boller; a successful clothier employed with Montgomery Ward & Co. in Chicago, Illinois who was involved with the cause of the 1905 Chicago Teamsters' Strike.
Moreland Commission - 1922: By Kanisha Greaves, an academic service-learning project.
Nazareth Trade School Collection, 1946 – 1956: By Kevin Quinn, an academic service-learning project.
WWI and the Memorial Oak: By Jaimie A. Albanese, an academic-service learning project.
By appointment only.
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