A Short Overview of Our Collections
The Seneca-Iroquois National Museum holds over 1 million objects in its collections. These include ethnographic and archaeological materials, documents, photographs, multi-media productions, special collections publications, articles, and papers relevant to Onöndowa’ga:’ and Hodinöhsö:ni’ history and culture, family history materials, and much more. We give serious researchers and artists access to these materials for research purposes. On occasion, the SINM also loans certain materials to organizations that meet professional standards for security and environmental safety. Certain images are available for one-time use publications, though there may be fees attached for such use. Click on this link for the policy and form Photo Request Form
For more information on the museum’s collections, please click on the photos below.
If you are interested in conducting research in our collections, or in using an image for publication, please see “Access to Collections” or “Requests for Loans, Research, and Right & Reproductions” that is listed in this link Image Access and Use Procedures.