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This historic building is the last of several small hotels built during Lakewood's resort era in the late 19th century. Economical for people who could not afford the luxury hotels. Also hired help from larger hotels would lodge here. Rooms on the…
This historic Lakewood home, built in the "cottage" style in 1865 and was known as the "Aull Cottage". It was built for Major W.F. Aull who served in the Civil War. Major Aull's daughter Jennie met and eventually married Paul Arthor Sorg. They bui…
Paul Arthur Sorg. Bide-A-Bit 1906. Arthur Sorg was the son of an affluent resident of Middletown, Ohio. His father, P.J. Sorg, was associated with the American Tobacco Company. The family spent summers in Lakewood in the 1890's and early part of 1…
Mr, J. Ward Packard who invented the Packard Motor Car, came to Lakewood as a summer visitor in the late 1800's. He built this mansion as his permanent home in 1912. The interior decor of the 32 room house was adapted from European models. The fro…
In honor of all those citizens of the Town of Villenova who have served in the military service for the U.S.A.
Ashville Union Free School District No. 3 on this site ca. 1885-2008 served towns of Harmony and N. Harmony until 1982.
The Holland Land Company Vault This vault was built by William Peacock, local agent of the Holland Land Company, who came to Mayville, Chautauqua County, in 1810. In this vault were kept the records of the land company until 1835
The serene scene of today is nothing like the frenzied activity that once took place here. Travelers switched from train to steamboat to trolley on trips to attractions along Chautauqua Lake. The present station was built on this site in 1924 afte…
Highland Avenue School. Lakewood's first high school was located on Highland Avenue which runs east from Chautauqua Avenue and south of Packard Way and the Lakewood Fire Department. Built in 1893, the two-story structure cost $8,000. It was a fram…
Intersection, Summit and Chautauqua Avenues, Looking South. The Chautauqua Avenue buildings on the right between Summit Street and Third Street were built in the 1890's. Their characteristic flat roofs can still be recognized today although porche…
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