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MATH 301 in the Alden Room: Home

Welcome to the Alden Room!

Milne Library's Alden Room is the home of many treasures that document the history of the College and student life beginning with the College's foundation as the Oneonta Normal School in 1889.  Yearbooks, newspapers, and other student publications as well as photographs, scrapbooks, office and department documents, sorority pins and other memorabilia, and a biography file comprise the archives.  

In addition, there is an extensive lantern slide collection as well as numerous special book collections: New York State histories, Faculty Publications, Masters Theses, Early Textbooks, O'Mara Native American Collection, New York State Verse, Cornell-Gladstone-Hanlon-Kaufmann Collection, Popular Fiction, Private Press Publications, and Special Collections Miscellanies.

Below you will find a few short videos that will give you an introduction to the project topics, the Alden Room, and the history of the College.  In the next tab at the top (Contact me), you can find my contact information as well as a link to our Special Collections website.  Please feel free to email me with any questions at all!


Introduction to the Alden Room Video

Brief History of the College & Library

The Alden Room

View of the Alden Room with chairs and tables