Past Issues of Cayuga Trails

The newsletter of the Cayuga Trails Club

This archive contains scanned, searchable images of past issues of Cayuga Trails, the official newsletter of the Cayuga Trails Club. The search tool below can be used to search all of the posted issues. See below for information about the scanning process and tips for searching.

NOTICE: This archive is intended for use by Cayuga Trails Club members and their friends. Any commercial use of information in this archive is strictly prohibited.

Scanning Process

Newsletters were scanned from the CTC archive maintained at Cornell University, processed with OCR (Optical Character Recognition), and saved in Acrobat PDF form so that they can be searched using keywords or phrases. Issues for each year were combined into a single PDF file to simplify file management and browsing.

At the direction of the CTC Executive Board, personal information contained in membership listings (home address, telephone, and e-mail address) were redacted since not all members gave permission for such information to be published other than in hard-copy form mailed to members. Redacted information appears as in the example to the right. If you have an interest in seeing specific information so redacted, please contact the CTC Executive Board.

Personal information is still shown for event leaders and other contact information since those members gave at least implicit permission to publicize their information.

Searching the Newsletters

To search, enter a key word or phrase in the search box and click Search. Once you have selected an entry from the search results, you can open it in your browser or download it and open in Acrobat or Acrobat Reader. Once viewing the archive for the selected year, use the Search function (Ctrl-F) within your browser or within Acrobat to search within that one file.

The Google Search function will search the complete archive (from 1961 to the present)

Thank you

Thanks to past and present members who contributed to the CTC archive, our archivists and Cornell University who have managed the archive. Special thanks to Barb Morley, current archivist, who lead the project to scan the archives with assistance from Phil Dankert, Paul Warrender, Suzanne Cohen, and Jim & Sigrid Conners. Thanks also to webmaster Roger Hopkins for getting this on the Internet.