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Built 1902, Moses C. Migel purchased in 1923 as vacation home for blind. Donated to Amer. Fdn. for blind 1944. Helen Keller visited here.
Built 1908. Partly destroyed by fire 1928.
Grade K-12 as of 1945. Movie "Letter to a Hero" filmed here in 1943.
Freemasons met here from 1817-1826. Purchased by the Cornerstone Lodge #711 in 1998. The 1817 Lodge Room remains active as of 2013.
Before the railroad came to town, Monroe had been an isolated community, composed mainly of farmers. When the New York & Erie Railroad (later reorganized as the Erie Railroad) rolled into town in 1841, an entirely new way of life was introduced. W…
Built in 1840, land donated by the Sweezy's, enlarged in 1875. Earlier services conducted by circuit riders at Knights Mill & Forshee Hill.
Outlaws attacked and attempted to murder patriot Henry Reynolds, who was saved by the heroics of his daughter Phoebe, circa 1782
Founded in 1919 by Sterling Forest Farms Corporation as the first African-American vacation community in New York State.
Notable Inn, 1942 - 1968, of the Greenwood Lake Forest Farms Colony.Vacation residence of African-American cultural leaders including Langston Hughes.
First races held here, 1908. Last race, 1927. Track record was set in 1913 by Directum 1:2:04 1/2. The grandstand was razed in 1964.
Presbyterian Meeting House 1783. Land gift of Daniel Miller. First Pastor Silas Constant. Last service 1853 Rev. Danile Niles Freeland.