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steam train at the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Station (formerly Buffalo, Rochester & Pittsburg Railroad) here  on West Main. You may recognize the station building as Nick Tahou’s.

steam train at the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Station (formerly Buffalo, Rochester & Pittsburg Railroad) here on West Main. You may recognize the station building as Nick Tahou’s.

The famous Kodak slogan, You Press the Button, We Do the Rest appears on George Eastmans original factory building on State Street, trumpeting the simplicity of using his Kodak camera. Mr. Eastman created the word Kodak, with a goal for the name to be easily pronounced in all languages. The photo is circa 1888.

The famous Kodak slogan, You Press the Button, We Do the Rest appears on George Eastmans original factory building on State Street, trumpeting the simplicity of using his Kodak camera. Mr. Eastman created the word Kodak, with a goal for the name to be easily pronounced in all languages. The photo is circa 1888.

Native American ironworkers work on the construction of the Eastman School. c.1920. [PHOTO: Albert R. Stone Collection]

Native American ironworkers work on the construction of the Eastman School. c.1920. [PHOTO: Albert R. Stone Collection]

Lehigh Valley RR Rochester Station 1949

Lehigh Valley RR Rochester Station 1949

This is the main entrance to Kodak Office Building, on State Street, as it was on the day of dedication in 1899, fronted by a brick walk and stone pavement.

This is the main entrance to Kodak Office Building, on State Street, as it was on the day of dedication in 1899, fronted by a brick walk and stone pavement.

1953  	A view of the boardwalk at Ontario Beach Park in Charlotte, also showing the beach and the bath house. The view is to the east.

1953 A view of the boardwalk at Ontario Beach Park in Charlotte, also showing the beach and the bath house. The view is to the east.

The Rochester Savings Bank was chartered in 1831 and quickly expanded its operations from a single window to a new home on State Street in 1842 (okay, maybe the term "quick" is relative!). In 1853, under the direction of architect Henry Searle, construction began on a 3-story structure capped with an impressive dome-shaped roof. Operations at this location began in 1853 and lasted until 1928. Sadly, the building was demolished in 1955 to make way for construction of a new building.

The Rochester Savings Bank was chartered in 1831 and quickly expanded its operations from a single window to a new home on State Street in 1842 (okay, maybe the term "quick" is relative!). In 1853, under the direction of architect Henry Searle, construction began on a 3-story structure capped with an impressive dome-shaped roof. Operations at this location began in 1853 and lasted until 1928. Sadly, the building was demolished in 1955 to make way for construction of a new building.

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