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19th century buildings of Monroe County

Victor Hogg

19th century buildings of Monroe County

by Victor Hogg

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Published by The Commission in Monroe, Mich .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Michigan,
  • Monroe County
    • Subjects:
    • Architecture -- Michigan -- Monroe County -- 19th century

    • Edition Notes

      Imprint stamped on t.p.

      Statementprepared by Victor Hogg for the Monroe County Historical Commission ; drawings by Land Planning and Design Associates.
      ContributionsMonroe County Historical Commission (Mich.)
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsNA730.M52 M664 1974
      The Physical Object
      Paginationiii, 77, iv p., [15] leaves of plates :
      Number of Pages77
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3236553M
      LC Control Number83150560

      Monroe County. The complex of buildings and spring sites which is commonly called 19th-century clientele who enjoyed, the facilities, however, came to take the "cure", as the spring waters were commonly believed to possess United States Department of the Interior National Park Service. Central Library of Rochester & Monroe County NY, Rochester, New York. 4, likes talking about this. The Central Library of Rochester & Monroe County serves as the central library for both the /5(20).

        Monroe County (Mich.) -- History, Monroe County (Mich.) -- Biography Publisher New York, Munsell & company Collection newyorkpubliclibrary; americana Digitizing sponsor MSN Contributor New York Public Library Language English. The history of Monroe County, Kentucky, [Birdwell, Dayton] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The history of Monroe County, Kentucky, Author: Dayton Birdwell.

      Historic Monographs Collection – digitized pdf versions of 19th and early 20th century books with a Rochester area items may deal with Rochester people, places and things, or may be part of Rochester Public Library’s Local Authors or Local Imprint Collections. 19th Century antiques original to Monroe County. So, the Monroe County Historical Society is a major landowner in the heart of Union and our buildings are all architectural gems. It would be fair to say that we are instrumental in preserving the heritage of Monroe County, WV.” This book contains many vintage photographs of roadways.


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If you would like further assistance with your research, please do not hesitate to contact the Office of the Monroe County Historian, either via e-mail through the Monroe County website or by phone at Visit the Landmark Society of Western New York website.

The Monroe County, New York Histories book collection is a group of 19 books that detail the history of Monroe County - primarily in the 19th and early 20th centuries. Many of the books are illustrated; showcasing specific events relating to key points in the history and development of Monroe County during this period as well as details of some Format: Multimedia CD.

The book is housed in Historical Collections, The Claude Moore Health Sciences Library, University of Virginia. William Burke, whose book provides the starting point for this exhibit, was the owner of Red Sulphur Springs in what is now Monroe County, West Virginia.

The Monroe County Courthouse, in the center of Courthouse Square, was built in and is an example of Victorian architecture. The courthouse is in the middle of an eight-block historic district that preserves late 19th- and early 20th-century buildings.

The Century Building (formerly also known as the Drapery Building) is a Queen Anne style building at 33 East 17th Street between Park Avenue South and Broadway in Union Square, Manhattan, New York was designed by William Schickel and built in – by Arnold Constable & Company as a speculative development with no main tenant.

The building contained the headquarters of the Architect: William Schickel. The photographs and postcards in this book focus on the first years of Monroe County, from until This joint project between the Pocono Record and the Monroe County Historical Association gives readers a glimpse of the rich heritage of our area.

Monroe County Pictorial History Book Monroe County Pictorial History, 2nd edition, THE book to go to for our county’s history. Originally published inthis book has been our best seller.

It’s loaded with stories, histories, and photographs of Monroe County’s. The Red Sulphur Springs Hotel was an old spring resort in the small community of Red Sulphur Springs, West held a social event every evening. The last event held at the hotel was a dance.

When a person died, to keep the hotel reputation, they secretly took. There are 35 zip codes in Monroe County which include, and View our Monroe County real estate area information to learn about the weather, local school districts, demographic data, and general information about Monroe County, PA.

P.O. Reports of Site Locations, - On the rolls of this microfilm publication are reproduced report forms sent to postmasters by the U.

Post Office Department seeking information for the Topographer's Office to use in compiling postal route maps. Vignettes based on the diary of John C. Wilson, who was a freshman at IU from the fall of to spring of“Recollections of Indiana University” by John D.

Alexander, class ofand History of Indiana University by James Woodburn, class of This article originally appeared in the January issue of The IU Bicentennial Magazine, a special six-issue magazine that Author: Kayla Mccarthy.

A lot of these counties were established and disbanded within the 19th century; county borders have changed very little since These are important for genealogy research purposes. Pay attention where the courthouse records went to if the county was eliminated or joined with some other county.

Monroe County libraries offering mobile hotspots, services even as buildings are closed Tracy Schuhmacher, Rochester Democrat and Chronicle Published p.m. ET Ma | Updated a.

The second bank in Monroe County was known as the Monroe County Bank. Located on the block of Stroudsburg’s Main Street, this bank opened on January 2, The president was Thomas Bell, and the Cashier was Edwin A. Bell. Little information survives on the history of this bank.

Red Sulphur Springs, Monroe County, Virginia by William Burke: Printed inBurke’s 24 page book describes how to best travel to the springs, an analysis of the water, diseases that are improved by a visit to the Red Sulphur Springs, and testimonial letters.

Building permits began to be issued about the turn of the century, spotty before the s. Monroe County Clerk’s Office, County Office Building, 39 West Main Street, Deeds, mortgages, corporations, licenses (marriagesthereafter, see City Clerk’s Office), maps of. The district is significant to Monroe County and the Pocono Region of Pennsylvania for its fine late 19th and early 20th century residential architecture including excellent examples of Queen Anne, Colonial Revival, American Foursquare, and other styles.

These buildings together with a small number of homes and public buildings of the early. The first electronics appeared in the 19th century, with the introduction of the electric relay inthe telegraph and its Morse code protocol inthe first telephone call inand the first functional light bulb in The 19th century was an era of rapidly accelerating scientific discovery and invention, with significant developments in the fields of mathematics, physics Centuries: 18th century, 19th century, 20th century.

New York Census Records. New York Census Edition Map. This is a name index to persons living in Ogden, NY as recorded in the census; indexed by Donald Specht. New York Church Records. Historical sketch of the Church of St.

Antony of Padua, Brooklyn, N.Y.: with an account of the rectorship of Rev. P.F. O’Hare. The framed two and one half story Neo-Colonial Revival house was built at the turn of the century by Lewis Caperton McNeer. It is the largest residential building in Monroe County. It is one of the most beautiful nostalgic homes in Monroe County, sitting with grace and charm amid a level meadow bisected by a vigorous stream of water.

Page followed by *** At head of title: Most of the plates printed on both sides. Plate IX is a full page illustration History of Monroe county, New York, by Prof. W. H. McIntosh: : - Significance: A wooden farm dependency built in the early 19th century, this building is important for its degree of preservation and is structurally similar to the Dewitt Barn.

This shed is of a type used for general farm storage for hog houses.Dr. Archibald Dann House, 12 Vick Park, Rochester, Monroe County, NY Contributor Names Rochester's prestigious address during the fourth quarter of the 19th century. The house is within the East Avenue Preservation District.

Historic American Buildings .