The New York State Room at Huntington Library holds an extensive collection of archival, local history, and genealogical research materials pertaining to the Central New York region, concentrating on Delaware and Otsego counties. Our visitors find information on family history and local lore. The room is staffed during all hours of operation, with materials remaining in the NYS Room. Make an appoint today to use the room.
Don’t miss our February/March Artist, Shannon Delany. Delany’s papercuttings (Messenschnitte) are often based in myths, legends, literary traditions, and history. Her art has been featured on national guild magazine covers, and has bee published in anthologies by Leap Books, and in national art magazines like Somerset Studio.
All of us at the library have gone through a lot changes in the past few weeks. You probably know how difficult change is but when it comes to rearranging a work space and its functionality while maintaining daily routines, it’s twice as hard. All of these changes will benefit the patrons of the library so when you visit HML you’ll find our DVD management system much easier to use. All of the original covers are now kept in a table that’s reminiscent of the system that was used in old vinyl record stores. You’ll be able to flip through the DVDs and even take them out to read the information on the back of the cover.
When you find one you want to check out, simply bring it to the circulation desk and we’ll give you your DVD of choice without having to struggle to find the disk in the drawer or walk around to unlock the cabinet. We hope this makes your visit to the