Located in Chazy, New York, the Alice T. Miner Museum is housed in a historic home that was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2010. William and Alice T. Miner lived in the house and in 1924 it became a museum dedicated to the Colonial Revival movement, which arose in the 1800s (before the Civil War) and as the United States was becoming a global power. The collection includes numerous artifacts such as chinaware, period furniture, and porcelain and glass objects.
William made his fortune selling railroad devices. He and Alice devoted their lives to improving the community around them after their son died away not long after he was born. Together, they built a model farm, a centralized school, and modern hospital.