Thanks for the tip - BUT
Been there done that!
Oldfultonpostcard is awesome and free!!!
Found many wonderful things relating to the people in question. Highly recommend the site to any one researching in New York.
I am looking for items not normally available online (or that are so poorly indexed as to be impossible to find in normal searches) and things that may have a family story attached as to how/why a family kept the item. Items that are perhaps in a museum, historical society, or private collection, etc.
The Yankee Clipper (available on the Fulton site) is one newspaper that may have dozens of mentions of these folks, but the images are extremely poor and the indexing even worse. With dozens of pages each addition and a large time span that may include the people I am researching, browsing page by page is out of the question.
Just hoping to put the names out there so if someone comes across something on one of these folks and they google the name they will find me and perhaps share their treasure.
I need to add a few more names to the list
Dr. Laton Kanistanaux
Dr. Laton Kiness, Kinness, or Kindness
If readers are curious, you can learn more about these folks at the following page of my bloghttp://www.nedoba.blogspot.com/p/kanistanaux.html