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St. Mary's Hospital Opened in September 1857 by the Sisters of Charity from Emmitsburg, Maryland. Cared for over 3000 sick and wounded Civil War Soldiers.
Margaret Woodbury Strong loved to play and recognized the importance of play to learning. She founded The Stong in 1968, and it opened to the public in 1982. The Strong is the only collections-based museum in the world devoted soley to the study o…
Dedicated by the Citizens of East Rochester in Honor of Those Who Served in the World War 1917-1918
This bandstand is dedicated to Nick Verzella for his many years of educational services to the sons and daughters of East Rochester. He also served our country during World War II and continues to play an active role in Memorial Day and Veterans D…
George Eastman House has been designated a Registered National Historic Landmark under the provisions of the Historic Site Act of August 21, 1935. This site possesses exceptional value in commemorating or illustrating the history of the United Sta…
New York Historic Marker Ford Street Bridge (Formerly Clarissa Street Bridge) Originally built - 1918 Original width - 39' Rehabilitation date - 2001 New width - 50'
First Library in the Genesee Country. Northfield Library Co., 1803-1808, kept its books at the farm of Ezra Patterson, first librarian.
Cobblestone Academy Built by stonemason, Samuel Crump in 1842 as the village school. Home of Northfield Masonic Lodge since 1892. Northfield Lodge #426 1st & 3rd Thursdays 7:30 PM Sept - June 586-2976
Eddie James "Son" House Jr. Father of the delta blues worked at the E.R. railroad carshops on this location from 1944-1946 East Rochester local history
Penfield Station Built in 1884, it served as the main freight/passenger terminal for the New York Central Railroad until 1900. It continued as a freight house until the 1960s when it became a local commercial establishment. East Rochester local hi…
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