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The Bricks of Brighton

The “Bricks of Brighton” refers to the seventeen still existing brick structures within the town of Brighton that were built with bricks made by one of the many companies that made up Brighton’s largest industry in the 19th century. Arlene Vanderlinde, the founder and past president of Historic Brighton, has authored a series of articles on the Brick Houses of Brighton. These articles were published in the Brighton Pittsford Post Newspaper. The listing below shows the article title, address of home and date published.

  1. Part I: The Wallace-Shilling House, 2169 South Clinton Avenue. Pub: August 17, 2005
  2. Part II: The Clover Street Seminary, 1550 Clover Street. Pub: August 31, 2005
  3. Part III: The Moore-Babcock House, 1496 Clover Street. Pub: September 14, 2005
  4. Part IV: The Todd-Ford House, 2230 Clover Street.
  5. Part I: Oliver Culver. Pub: June 22, 2005
  6. Part VI:
  7. Part VII:
  8. Part VIII:
  9. Part IX: The Carey-Harper House, 1438 South Winton Road. Pub: December 7, 2005
  10. Part X
  11. Part XI: The Wilson-Hill House, 407 Edgewood Avenue. Pub: January 11, 2006
  12. Part XII: The Evershed-Evans House, 2005 Westfall Road. Pub: January 25, 2006
  13. Part XIII: The Cobb-Meagher House, 1100 Highland Avenue

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