October 19, 2004 – “Stoney’s Rochester”
Presented by Lea Kemp, Librarian/Archivist of the Rochester Museum and Science Center. Mrs. Kemp discussed the Albert R. Stone (historic photograph) Collection which is held by the Rochester Museum and Science Center. This Tuesday evening meeting was held in the Hubbell Auditorium of the First Baptist Church Clover Street at Allens Creek Road.
June 25, 2004 – “Gideon Cobb Days – Historian Luncheon Program: Quarried Sand and Clay: The Geologic Factor in an Industry”
Presented by William Chaisson, Geology Professor at the University of Rochester. The program was held at Mario’s Via Abruzzi, 2740 Monroe Avenue, in Brighton.
June 26, 2004 – “Gideon Cobb Days – Brighton’s Brick Industrial History”
Board members and friends walked Monroe Avenue, led by Leo Dodd, from Cobbs Hill to Twelve Corners placing temporary markers at historic sites related to the brick industry. Professor Darrell Norris from SUNY Geneseo discussed Roselawn neighborhood history and architecture. Maps of the walking tour were distributed.
June 27, 2004 – “Trolley tour of historic Brighton brick structures”
A 45 minute tour, on the 40 & 8 trolley, featured 10 historic brick structures. Tours left the Twelve Corners Middle School bus loop on the half hour.
February 15, 2004 – “Twelve Corners Suburban Architecture”
Presented by Darrell Norris (SUNY Geneseo). Professor Norris identified architectural styles, their variants, incidence and chronology, based on a personal field study of 3000 area homes. The meeting was held at the Baptist Temple, 1101 Clover Street at the corner of Highland Avenue.