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See also: Saranac Lake History Bibliography

Other Resources

  • The Adirondack Research Room of the Saranac Lake Free Library has thousands of photographs as well as maps, books and other documents.
  • The archives of the Adirondack Daily Enterprise (1948-2008) are available at a site run by the Northern New York Library Network (NNYLN).
  • Other north country newspapers on the NNYLN site can be searched here. A great deal of our content comes from the NNYLN Newspaper Archive.
  • The Adirondack Experience has more than 2,700 items related to Saranac Lake in its collection, 2,400 of which are photographs.
  • Bunk's Place mixes history and nostalgia; there are some wonderful materials.
  • Phil Fitzpatrick has assembled a huge collection of photographs of Onchiota and environs here.
  • New York State Archives has more than 180 historic photographs of Saranac Lake.
  • The Library of Congress has more than 150 historic photographs of Saranac Lake.
  • New York Public Library has more than 50 historic photographs of Saranac Lake.
  • the Northern New York Tombstone Transcription Project lists the burials in most cemeteries in the area.
  • Maps: Websites that have links to historic, digitized maps that include the Adirondacks and northern New York, compiled by John Sasso