We are very excited to be able to offer a number of our archive materials to you digitally. If you are interested in back issues of The Neapolitan (1840-1887), The Naples News (1898-1944), or The Naples Record (1840-1960) they can be found at the Link below. You can also read our extensive collection of Civil War Letters, and we are working on digitizing all our Military and Business records as well.
About this collection
The Naples Library was established in 1962 as a Town library, and then became a School District Public Library in 2007. Our mission is to provide all residents of our service area with a wide variety of resources, materials, technologies and programs in order to increase the knowledge of our community, satisfy curiosity, and create young readers. The library has a large collection of Naples and area local history and genealogical resources available to the public.
Naples Library – this collection includes historic postcards depicting the Naples and Canandaigua Lake area; manuscripts and documents including Blanche Capron’s Scrapbook (1920s), 19th century Clerk’s Books for School District No. 21 and School District No. 9; the 1849 Diary of Sumner S. Luther, Naples resident; and Rev. John C. Morgan’s Auto-Biography of a Home Missionary in Western New York
Historic postcards from the Naples, NY region.
The NYS Historic Newspapers project provides free online access to a wide range of newspapers chosen to reflect New York’s unique history.