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Yates County Genealogical and Historical Society and Museums [NY]

The Yates County Genealogical and Historical Society seeks to preserve and share the history of Yates County, New York. To this end, the society operates two museums, the Oliver House Museum and the L. Caroline Underwood Museum. The Oliver House Museum, a historic house museum, is listed separately in this database. The L. Caroline Underwood Museum presents exhibits on artifacts and topics of local historical interest, as well as on the life of Lucy Underwood herself. The collections include more than 1,500 items. This museum also houses the society library.

The society offers exhibits and research library access. Payment of a fee is required for non-members to use the library resources.