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The 1800's saw this site occupied by a fulling mill. During the 1900's a blacksmith shop operated by Mr. Gimpsey was here. Circa 1925 a two-story wood frame soda fountian stood here. in 1919 "The Monroe Diner" was opened. It was operated by Ray Hu…
In Honor ofRoscoe W. SmithFounderOld Museum Village of Smith's Clovewho, by his interest, vision, imagination and industry, collected and preserved for future generations this treasury of Americana.Founded 1950 ? ? ? ? ? ? Dedicated 1964
Cheese was first made here in 1873 by Julius Wettstein. In 1892 Emil Frey developed Liederkranz & c.1917 Velveeta. Moved to Van Wert, Ohio 1926.
In honor of A. J. Crane, first president Monroe Improvement Association, estab. 1921 to purchase and improve land around the Mill Pond as a public park.
Monroe honors those buried here, whether they be private or general, who served our nation to keep us free from the Revolution to Vietnam.
Created by NYS March 23, 1799First named Cheescocks, renamed Munroe April 6, 1808, popularized Monroe ca. 1818 after President James Monroe.
A small farming community which grew from the ashes of the disastrous fire, being incorporated in 1894.
One of the seven villages established 3-22-1845. Only an M.E. Church and a schoolhouse. No trade here, only farming.