Farmingdale State College Archives
Mission: 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.
The Collection: 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.
Highlights: 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
Country Life Program: By Sanna Cheema, 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.
Access: By appointment only.
Call (631) 420-2184 or email Karen Gelles at firstname.lastname@example.org.
View our policies on use of the Archive, reproduction of materials, etc.