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Charles Hayes was patient number 100 from 1914-1916 at the Mt. McGregor Sanitarium which was built by Metropolitan Life to hep curb the Tuberculosis epidemic. He describes a typical day as a patient, the surroundings and the dedication ceremony
Harold L. Hall discusses dairy farming, milk production and bottling on the family farm in Greenfield Center
Interview with Anita DuRoss discusses women working in the sock mill in Ballston Spa 1946-1968, includes information of working conditions,pay,benefits and a description of the mill layout
Ira Gray, aka Adirondack Ike, recounts his life and experiences in the southern Adirondacks. Gray tells of his childhood on the family farm, lumbering along the Hudson at Jessups Landing, his hunting exploits and his many experiences as a bachelor…
Hand col. engraved map. Shows flouring mills, factories, forges, saw mills, churches, parcels, landowners, etc. Prime meridian: Washington, D.C.