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Rochester, Monroe, New York, USA

Rochester is known as both the Flour City and the Flower City. The community is home to the first abolitionist group, bloomers, marshmallows, Jell-O, French's Mustard, baby shoes, gold teeth and the mail chute.
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M. Cumins, Proprietor
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Picturesque America... Oliver Bell Bunce, William Cullen Bryant
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Rochester from Mount Hope Cemetery
Picturesque America... Oliver Bell Bunce, William Cullen Bryant
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Whitcomb House

The Whitcomb House was a six-story hotel erected in 1872 in the Romanesque Revival
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The Whitcomb House was a six-story hotel erected in 1872 in the Romanesque Revival style. It was demolished in 1947.

The Whitcomb House, then one of Rochester's premier hotels, was a venue that served both suffrage conventions.

1890 Convention. The Whitcomb House hosted executive sessions of the Association's governing board on December 17 and December 18. At the December 17 executive session, nationally prominent suffrage leaders Susan B. Anthony, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, and Matilda Joslyn Gage were named honorary vice presidents of the Association. The December 18 executive session was the concluding event of the convention...
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Ladies' Home Journal
February 1898
Curtice Brothers Blue Label Soups
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Curtice Brothers, founded in 1868, by Simeon and Edgar Curtice, was one of the pioneers in the canning and preserving of food products...

The Curtice Brothers copartnership continued until 1889, when the business was turned over to a corporation, organized for that purpose, under the name of Curtice Brothers Company, which continued until 1901, when it was consolidated with the Curtice Brothers Canning Company, of Vernon N.Y. to form the present company... baybottles.com
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Northeast corner of Main and State Street, Rochester, N.Y.
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Northeast corner of Main and State Street, Rochester, N.Y.
Four Corners - Rochester, N.Y.
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Crescent Beach Hotel, Duck Pond, Lake Ontario
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Mid-Summer Scene, Seneca Park
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Wollensak Lens - Cyko Automatic, about 1901
Rochester, New York, USA

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East Avenue, Corner Main Street
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East Side High School, 1905
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East Side High School, 1905
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A Summer Afternoon at Ontario Beach Park, 1906
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Aqueduct carrying Erie Canal over Genesee River, 1907
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Aqueduct carrying Erie Canal over Genesee River, 1907
Hahnemann Hospital, 1907
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Hahnemann Hospital, 1907

"...The origins of Hahnemann Hospital trace back to a debate that divided Rochester's medical community during the late 19th century. It pitted advocates of allopathy, the belief in using medicine to treat the symptoms of illnesses, versus adherents of homeopathy, the practice of treating the causes of disease through natural cures.

Complicating matters further, in the 1880s, Rochester's homeopathic community found itself torn from within. A subgroup of so-called "liberal homeopaths" opened a hospital on Monroe Avenue in 1887, where they occasionally administered pharmaceuticals to patients. A smaller splinter sect of homeopathic purists, self-described as Hahnemannites, refused to stray from the original naturalist ideals of movement-founder Dr. Samuel Hahnemann.

Altogether nine rebellious Hahnemannite physicians signed a manifesto committing themselves to founding a new homeopathic hospital that rejected "chasing after every new fad and patent... Read MORE...

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Powers Building, Hotel and Duffy-McInnerney Co.'s Store, built around 1907

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Powers Building, Hotel and Duffy-McInnerney Co.'s Store, built around 1907

Original Use: Duffy-McInnerney Company, retail and dry goods store

Subsequent Uses: Changed to Duffy-Powers in 1911 which then went bankrupt in1932. It then became the Civic Exhibits building in 1940. In 1943 the building was used by the Navy for wartime manufacturing purposes. In 1961, the property was acquired by Rochester Institute of Technology. libraryweb.org
Duffy-McInnerney Co., 1909

Businessmen James Duffy and Thomas Henry McInnerney built the 7 story
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Duffy-McInnerney Co., 1909

Businessmen James Duffy and Thomas Henry McInnerney built the 7 story structure to house their department store, the second largest in the state. The top 7th floor 800-seat restaurant was a
unique attraction to the original department store versus rival Sibley’s. It was also the first Rochester building to be electrified, using Edison light bulbs. rpastamps.org
Hotel Rochester, 1909
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Sibley, Lindsay & Curr Co.
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Sibley, Lindsay & Curr Co.

"...Three young men ventured west from Boston to Rochester, New York in 1868, and founded the Sibley, Landsay & Curr Co. on March 30 of that year. That the store that bore their names grew into the largest department store between New York and Chicago can't help but be a testimonial to the hard work and management skills of its founders. All three of these men, one a native New Englander (Rufus A. Sibley [1841-1928]) and two originally from Scotland (Alexander M. Lindsay [1841- 1920] and John Curr [1837-1918]), met while employed at Hogg, Brown & Thompson of Boston. As a large wholesale and jobbing house, Hogg, Brown & Thompson encouraged, and even financed, talented employees who sought to move away from Boston to establish retail stores, so that these new stores could become customers, thereby increasing its sales. Having seen the success of friends and co-workers that left the same employer, and found success in other cities, they decided to come... Read MORE...
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Virginia Reel, Ontario Beach Park, 1912
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Kodak Park, Entrance to Works at Eastman Kodak Co., 1921
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Democrat and Chronicle, Rochester Herald, Rochester, N.Y., Friday, December 3, 1926.
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1812 - June 1 - Snow whitened the ground in Rochester NY

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June 1, 1812
1836 - Greatest Flour Manufactory
Rochester, New York, is said to be the greatest flour manufactory in the world. There are 21 mills, which require 20,000 bushels of wheat daily to keep them in operation. They can manufacture and put up ready for market, 5000 barrels a day.
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New-Hampshire Patriot
New Hampshire
October 31, 1836
1846 - DESTRUCTIVE CONFLAGRATION AT ROCHESTER.
A fire broke out at Rochester, N.Y., on Saturday morning in the billiard room of Geo. W. Hall, adjoining the office of the Democrat, and in a short time the whole block, from the Arcade on Buffalo Street, to Hamilton's book store on State Street, was enveloped in flames.

The third story of the corner building was occupied by Strong & Dawson, of the Daily Democrat. Most of the types and cases were removed - the presses and other fixtures were destroyed. Insured for $2,000, which will probably nearly or quite cover the loss.

John Burns, owner of the Buildings, was insured about $4,500, which will probably cover the loss.
Jewett & Gates, clothing store; damaged only by water - goods mostly removed.
Milliman & Co., shoe store - goods mostly got out.
Sage & Brother, book store - damaged $2,500, principally by water - fully insured.
John Carrington, City Recess - damage trifling.
Wm. Haight, barber shop; loss trifling.
Geo. W. Hall, billiard saloon, loss about $100. The... Read MORE...

1847 - VIOLENT THUNDER STORM - THREE PERSONS KILLED BY LIGHTNING.
This city was visited soon after midnight, Tuesday morning, with a thunder storm of unusual violence.

Several of the shocks were so heavy as to shake the houses like an earthquake. One bolt descended with fatal effect upon the house of MR. WM. MATHEWS, No. 28, Wilder Street, killing three persons, MR. MATHEWS, his wife and daughter.

The night being unusually warm, they had removed their bed to the floor, at right angles with a stove which stood near the chimney.
The fluid descended the chimney, passed down the stove-pipe, through the opening in the stove-door, and thence directly across the bed and through the other end of the house. As it passed over the bed it struck the three persons sleeping in it, and set the clothes on fire. MR. MATHEWS and his wife were killed instantly. The daughter, a girl ten years of age, lived two hours. Both parents were burned on their arms, but upon the child there are no outward injuries. She vomited a quantity of blood before expiring.

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1848 - Arose from the Dead
At Rochester, New York, on Thursday, a man was taken from the canal who was thought to be drowned. The coroner was sent for, who proceeded to call a jury and ascertain the facts in the case; but, before the inquest was fairly commenced, the person supposed to be deceased arose upon his feet and walked away. A grave question arises in this case: whether the coroner is entitled to his fee.
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Trenton State Gazette
Trenton, New Jersey
June 3, 1848
1851 - Musings
Certain ingenious and enterprising physicians in Rochester, New York, have discovered that the succubes, or female spirits, that have caused the famous spirited knockings, are all 'knock-kneed!' Marrying men must look sharp before they commit themselves. - Boston Post.
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New-Hampshire Patriot
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April 17, 1851
1852 - July 5 – Frederick Douglass delivered his famous speech "What to the Slave Is the Fourth of July?" in Rochester, New York.

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1854 - Rochester
Rochester, a city, capital of Monroe county, New York, is situated on both sides of Genesee river. 7 miles from its entrance into Lake Ontario, 230 miles by railroad W. by N. from Albany, and 68 miles E. N. E. from Buffalo. Lat. 43° 8' N., Lon. 77° 51' W. Rochester is the largest town on the great thoroughfare above alluded to, excepting Albany and Buffalo, and is a place of rapid growth, and remarkable for its extensive manufactories of flour and other articles. The site of this city is nearly level. The streets vary from 60 to 80 feet in width, and arc generally straight and well paved. The principal street, extending E. and W. through the centre of the town, and crossing the river by a bridge, is called Main street on the E., and Buffalo street on the W. side of the river. The greater number of public buildings and many of the residences are handsomely built of brick or of limestone quarried in the immediate vicinity. The streets are generally bordered with shade-trees, and lighted ... Read MORE...

1858 - Breakfast Divorce
A suit for divorce is pending in Rochester, New York, which originated in a dispute between Mr. B. and his wife as to whether they should have beefsteak broiled or some oysters fried for breakfast - the lady, whose tastes are excellent, contended for the latter.
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Daily Globe
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May 26, 1858
1869 - A Mrs. Knight, of Rochester, N.Y., a few days ago, procured a boat and went to the rescue of a man who was struggling in the water about three hundred yards from the shore.
She grasped him by the hair of the head and managed with one hand to paddle the boat ashore. Mrs. Knight is a woman of a slight frame, and the man she saved from drowning weighs nearly 200 pounds.
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May 29, 1869
1871 - November 18 - American suffragette Susan B Anthony arrested after voting on the 5th November in Rochester NY

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1895 - Rochester
Rochester, a city, capital of Monroe co, N.Y., and a port of entry, is situated on both sides of the Genesee River, 7 miles above its mouth in Lake Ontario (where is Charlotte, its lake-port), 360 miles by rail N.W. of New York and 76 miles E. of Suspension Bridge. Lat: 45° 8' 17" N.; lon. 77° 51" W. The city is divided in almost equal parts by the Genesee, which here descends 300 feet within 3 miles and has 3 perpendicular falls of 96,28, and 84 feet respectively. The first of these is located in the heart of the city and affords immense water-power. The second and third occur in a deep ravine a couple of miles farther down the river, the power being largely utilised in varied industries and manufactories. From the upper falls almost to the lake the river flows between precipitous walls of rock ranging from 100 to 300 feet high, presenting some extremely picturesque views.

Rochester covers an area of 20 square miles. The site is quite elevated, the tracks of the New York Central * ... Read MORE...

1899 - HORSES ELECTROCUTED. Team Attached to Sprinkling Cart Killed by Lightning Bolt.
As one of the results of yesterday's severe storm. Charles W. Hartung, a liveryman, with stables at No. 70 Ontario street, is minus two valuable horses. They were attached to a sprinkling cart and stood under a tree on Portland avenue, formerly North avenue, for shelter. The driver, Valentine Wahl. had stepped across the street to seek shelter under the awning of a store. Suddenly there was a terrific flash, a ball of fire descended, and through the brightness the horses were seen to stagger and fall.

About the same instant. Dr. H. J. Blake,
who was sitting on his porch not far from the tree under which the horses stood, was severely shocked, causing him to fall backwards with great violence. The doctor said he felt no particular pain but was greatly stunned and dazed by the shock for several minutes. It left him very weak,
however, for about half an hour afterward.

When the storm subsided enough to allow of getting near to the prostrate animals it was seen that they were... Read MORE...

February 28, 1900 - A massive storm spreads record snows from Kansas to New York State. Snowfall totals ranged up to 43 inches at Rochester NY.

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February 28, 1900
1901 - ROCHESTER'S HORROR. TOTAL DEATHS IN THE ORPHAN ASYLUM DISASTER NUMBER TWENTY-EIGHT.
TWENTY-SIX OF THEM CHILDREN.

FRIGHTFUL SCENE WHEN THE FIREMEN ARRIVED - WINDOWS FULL OF SHRIEKING LITTLE ONES - DEATH ROLL.

Rochester, N. Y., Jan. 9. - Twenty-eight dead bodies lie at the morgue, and twelve others more or less injured lie at the different hospitals in the city as a result of the terrible holocaust which occurred early yesterday morning at the Rochester Orphan Asylum. Of the dead twenty-six are children of both sexes, ranging in age from 2 to 14 years, while the remaining two are adults.
The fire, which was discovered at 1:10 a.m., and was doubtless caused by an explosion of natural gas in the boiler room adjoining the west wing of the asylum, spread so rapidly that many of the 100 inmates of the institution were overcome by the flames and smoke almost without warning.

Names Of The Dead And Injured.
A corrected and revised list of the dead is as follows:
ARTHUR KELLY.
GLADYS HILL.
GERTRUDE TONER.
BERTHA HALL.
VIOLA STRUCK.
LILLIAN STONE.
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Sibley Fire of 1904
Disaster, in the form of a faulty 5-cent fuse, struck in the bitterly-cold early-morning hours of February 26, 1904.

It was said that the Sibley Fire of 1904, started by the aforementioned fuse, and fueled by yard after yard of drapery fabric and other dry goods merchandise, was the most spotted (a night watchman saw the sparks that started it) and most-quickly reported conflagration, by so many people, to such little avail. Fire brigades responded, but the fire spread, dropping burning embers on adjoining roofs. From then on, if the fire was not such a tragedy, it might have been seen as a comedy of errors.

Water that was poured on the structures ultimately froze in the streets and made access treacherous. A horse, pulling a fire engine, kicked open a manhole and got its leg caught; an assistant fire chief slipped on ice and was knocked unconscious; help came all the way from Syracuse, but their equipment was incompatible with that of Rochester's fire brigade, forcing... Read MORE...

1904 - COSTLY FIRE.
ROCHESTER, N. Y., July 6 - Fire started in the picture frame gallery of H. E. Hugus at noon, and the loss is estimated at $100,000.
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Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania
July 6, 1904
1906
Rochester, a city, capital of Monroe co., N.Y., is situated on both sides of the Genesee River, 7 miles above its mouth in Lake Ontario (where is Charlotte, its lake-port) and 70 miles ENE. of Buffalo, on the New York Central and Hudson River, the Erie, the Lehigh Valley, the Penn sylvania and other railroads. Lat. 43 8' N. ; Lon. 77° 51' W. The city is divided into almost equal parts by the Genesee, which here descends 260 feet within 3 miles and has perpendicular falls of 96, 26, and 84 feet respectively. The first of these is located in the heart of the city and affords immense water-power. Rochester covers an area of about 19 sq. m. and lies in heights generally not more than 250-300 feet above lake-level. The city is regularly laid out and shows beautiful prospects in its well-shaded streets and boulevards. It has large areas of parks and gardens, Genesee Valley and Seneca parks being particularly noted for their picturesque beauty. The river is spanned by numerous bridges. Main... Read MORE...

1932 - March 14 – George Eastman, founder of Kodak, commits suicide.

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2023 - Rochester has something for everyone. Here's a list of places to go and things to do in Rochester:
1. Visit the Strong National Museum of Play: This museum is a paradise for kids and adults alike. It features interactive exhibits, a butterfly garden, and the National Toy Hall of Fame.

2. Explore the George Eastman Museum: For photography enthusiasts, this museum is a must-visit. It showcases the life and work of George Eastman, the founder of Kodak, and features stunning photography exhibits.

3. Take a stroll in Highland Park: Known for its beautiful lilac collection, Highland Park is a great place for a leisurely walk or a picnic. Don't miss the annual Lilac Festival if you're visiting in the spring.

4. Enjoy the Rochester Public Market: If you're a food lover, the Rochester Public Market is the place to be. It's one of the oldest public markets in the country and offers a wide variety of fresh produce, artisanal goods, and international cuisine.

5. Visit the Susan B. Anthony House: Learn about the life and work of Susan B. Anthony, a pioneering women's rights... Read MORE...

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