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Houghton College is a liberal arts institution that challenges students to academic excellence – in the context of a Christ-centered community – and empowers them to change the world. The college of 1,000 students is located in Western New York in an idyllic setting 65 miles from Rochester and Buffalo, and offers more than 40 majors and programs, including competitive online degrees, undergraduate and graduate programs at the Greatbatch School of Music, and two-year associate degrees at campus extension centers in Buffalo, NY and Utica, NY.

 

The Houghton College Archives serves the students, faculty, staff, administration and alumni of Houghton College by collecting and maintaining a historical record of the College story. The Archives collects, organizes, preserves, and makes accessible materials critical to understanding the historic, present, and future mission of Houghton College and to nurturing identity, purpose, and unity in the College community. Researchers, whether or not they are members of the college community, are invited to make use of Archives collections and services.

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All Houghton College Digital Collections (unsorted)

 

Genesee Valley Town & Country Collection

 

A collection of photographs of the people, towns, and countryside of the southern Genesee Valley region during the late nineteenth to late twentieth centuries.

 

The collection includes images of tintypes, black and white photographs, and color photographs of the towns, countryside, and daily life in the southern Genesee Valley river valley region from the late nineteenth to the late twentieth centuries. Researchers may view additional collection photographs by contacting the Houghton College Archives.

 

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