This web site describes three mineral locations in the area of Anthony’s Nose, a prominent highland east of the Hudson River in New York State. Two of the sites are over 150 years old and have been long forgotten. Yet surprisingly minerals may still be easily collected at these sites. Unfortunately there has been much confusion about the exact localities and mineral occurrences. This paper attempts to clarify and correct much of the misinformation, and describe the present collecting opportunities. Sections include a brief introduction on the mineral types and localities of the area, the regional geology, the history of the area, calcite occurrence, and the current status and access.