Historic Brighton Newsletter Index

This index was developed by Pat Aslin. Entries are drawn almost solely from the text of articles about historical events (rather than current events), and are essentially limited to the names of people, businesses, communities, organizations, institutions, landmarks, neighborhoods, and streets.

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Abbey, Experience Callender

family and residence of, Vol. 4(2):5

Abbey, Joseph

family and residence of, Vol. 4(2):5

mentioned, Vol. 4(2):5

Abbey, Joseph Jr.

family and residence of, Vol. 4(2):5

Abbey, Nancy Ann

family and residence of, Vol. 4(2):5

Adams, Bethany

residence of, Vol. 4(2):3

Adams, Henry J.

mentioned, Vol. 1(3):3

Adams, Jervis

residence of, Vol. 4(2):3

Aerial Experiment Association

mentioned, Vol. 1(4):1

Aesthetic Education Institute

mentioned, Vol. 2(3):6 photo caption

An Age of Barns by Eric Sloan

illustration from, Vol. 8(1):4

Albert R. Stone Collection

origin and location of, Vol. 5(3):1

Alexander Street

tavern on, and subsequent use of, Vol. 7(1):1 illus

Alexander Tavern

location and subsequent uses of, Vol. 7(1):1 illus caption

photograph/illustrations of, Vol. 7(1):1, 2

Algonkin

historical sketch of, Vol. 4(1):7

local activity of, Vol. 6(1):2

Allen Creek School

Blossom, Enos and, Vol. 1(2):4

district affiliation of – early 2000s, Vol. 8(4):7

high school students and – mid 1900s, Vol. 8(4):7 with photo

trustee of, Vol. 6(1):4

Allen, Solomon

pastorate of – 1800s, Vol. 6(3):6

Allendale/Columbia School

location, enrollment, and district of, Vol. 8(4):7 with photo

Allen’s Creek

Corbett’s Glen on (See Corbett’s Glen)

original spelling and namesake of, Vol. 6(1):2

railroad bridge arch over, Vol. 6(1):4, 6 photo

Corbett Farmhouse and, Vol. 7(3):3 with photo, 6

route of, Vol. 6(1):2

wooden bridge over- early 1900s, Vol. 6(1):3 photo, 5

Allens Creek Farm

Cobb, Gideon and, Vol. 5(2):3

Allens Creek Road (formerly Allyn’s Creek Road)

First Baptist Church on, Vol. 5(3):6

school on, Vol. 8(4):7

Teare family residents/residences on, Vol. 4(2):5

Allen’s Creek School. See Allen Creek School

Allen’s Creek/Corbett’s Glen Preservation Group

mentioned, Vol. 6(1):7

Allston, Washington

mentioned, Vol. 1(1):7

Allyn, Timothy

Allen’s Creek and, Vol. 6(1):2

Allyn spelling variations, Vol. 6(3):2

Allyn’s Creek Road. See Allens Creek Road

Almy, Hartwell

mentioned, Vol. 1(3):4

Almy, William H.

mentioned, Vol. 1(3):4

Alsop, Joseph

quoted, on Marion B. Folsom, Vol. 3(2):4, 6, 7

Ambassador Drive

Barnard, Houston and, Vol. 1(2):7; Vol. 5(1):1

residents/residences on

life as/in – 1920s, Vol. 7(2):2

Shumway, F. Ritter, Vol. 7(2):5

Ward commissions for, Vol. 5(1):2

The American Farmhouse by Henry J. Kauffman

quoted, Vol. 8(1):5

American Red Cross

local headquarters of, Vol. 7(1):1 illus caption, 3 photo

Eastman, George and, Vol. 7(1):3 photo caption

American Rose Society

George Eastman bushes and, Vol. 8(2):3

American Society of Interior Designers

officer/member of, Vol. 8(1):2

An Age of Barns by Eric Sloan

illustration from, Vol. 8(1):4

Anderson, Dr. David

as HB speaker, Vol. 4(1):1

Andy Hale’s Stamp & Coin Shop

Buckland Farm artifact and, Vol. 7(1):6

location, Vol. 7(1):6

Anthony, Susan B.

Columbian Exposition and, Vol. 8(1):1

quoted, on bicycles, Vol. 4(3):8

Antlers Drive

Roselawn and, Vol. 1(4):2

Appleby, Sheila

mentioned, Vol. 6(1):1

Architects

in Brighton – early 1900s, Vol. 7(2):5

suburbs and, Vol. 7(2):6, 7–8

Architectural landmarks

harp lamps/luminaries, Vol. 5(3):2–3

residences (See Brighton Historic Preservation Commission)

Architectural style(s)

of Corbett Farmhouse, Vol. 6(1):6

in Houston Barnard Tract, Vol. 7(2):2, 4

suburban, Vol. 7(2):7

Wilder Building and, Vol. 8(3):7 photo caption

Armstrong, William J.

mentioned, Vol. 1(3):3

Arnold & Stern (architectural firm)

Gannett commission, Vol. 7(2):5

Arnold, James (“Jimmy”) (architect)

mentioned, Vol. 7(2):5

Artifacts

at Buckland Farmhouse site, Vol. 7(1):5–7with illus

Corbett’s Glen tumbling balls, Vol. 7(3):2 photo

Ashton, George & Jane

property purchase by, Vol. 6(1):4

Atlantic Avenue

German-American community and, Vol. 1(1):6

school near – early 1800s, Vol. 8(4):2 illus

Auburn (Rail) Road

railbed remains of, Vol. 4(3):8–9

Auction poster

from Buckland Farm – 1860s, Vol. 8(3):1 illus

Audubon, John J.

historical sketch of, Vol. 1(1):7

Austin Crittenden School

district affiliation of – early 2000s, Vol. 8(4):7

high school students at – mid 1900s, Vol. 8(4):7

Austin, Henry

mentioned, Vol. 3(1):3

Austin, Merwin

mentioned, Vol. 3(1):3

Avalon Drive

Meadowbrook neighborhood and, Vol. 3(2):3

Avenue of the Presidents

East Avenue as, Vol. 6(1):8; Vol. 6(2):5

B

B. Forman Co. See also Formans’

Firestone, Siegmond and, Vol. 7(2):5

Babcock, Emerson

farm site of, Houston Barnard and, Vol. 1(2):7

on spelling variations of Orringh [Stone], Vol. 6(3):2

statement of Oliver Culver recounted by, Vol. 8(4):2

Bachman, Elizabeth

mentioned, Vol. 1(1):6

Baird, Clara Louise (née Drescher)

families of, Vol. 6(2):4

photograph of – 1920s, Vol. 6(2):1

residences of

adulthood, Vol. 6(2):4, 5

childhood (See Drescher House)

East Avenue, Vol. 6(2):5 photo

Baird, Gordon

residence of, Vol. 6(2):4, 5 photo

architect for, Vol. 6(2):5

spouse of, Vol. 6(2):4

Baldwin, Captain Thomas A.

mentioned, Vol. 2(1):2

Ball, Raymond

Hanson, Howard and, Vol. 2(2):4

Bannon, Anthony

residence of, Vol. 2(3):6 photo

Baptist Temple

illustration of, Vol. 6(4):6

Barnard Development Co.

location and focus of, Vol. 1(2):7

Barnard, Houston

historical sketch of, Vol. 1(2):7

Houston Barnard Tract and – 1920s, Vol. 7(2):2, 4–5

property and business enterprises of, Vol. 5(1):1, 2

Barnard, Katherine

mentioned, Vol. 1(2):7

Barnes, Charles

historical sketch of, Vol. 1(2):4

Barnes Family

cemetery lot of, Vol. 1(2):4

Barnes, Isaac

burial site of, Vol. 6(3):7

mentioned, Vol. 1(2):4

Barnes, Joseph W.

quoted, on Brighton cesspools, Vol. 6(2):1

Barns

works on, Vol. 8(1):4

Barns of the Genesee Country 1790-1915 by Daniel Fink

illustration from, Vol. 8(1):4

Barrows, C. Storrs

Barnard, Houston and, Vol. 5(1):1

Brighton Town Hall and, Vol. 4(3):1

City Directory listing for, Vol. 7(2):5

Barry, Patrick

mentioned, Vol. 2(2):2

Barry-Lindsay House

architect for, Vol. 3(1):3 photo caption

Batavia, NY

school district of, Christopher B. Manaseri and, Vol. 8(4):1

Bausch and Lomb

architect for, Vol. 6(2):5; Vol. 7(2):5

Bausch, Anna Julia. See Drescher, Anna Julia

Bausch, Edward

residence, architect and location of, Vol. 6(2):5

Bausch, John Jacob

daughter of, Vol. 6(2):4

Bausch, William

landscape architect for, Vol. 6(2):5

residence, architect and location of, Vol. 6(2):5

Bay Road

German-American community and, Vol. 1(1):6

Bayer Associates, Landscape Architecture and Planning

design statement for Drescher House by, quoted, Vol. 6(2):3 with sketches

Beaujolais, Count (of France)

as local guest, Vol. 6(3):2

photograph of, Vol. 6(3):2

Beck, Dr. (no given name)

Audubon, John J. and, Vol. 1(1):7

Bel-Aire Neighborhood

streetlights in, Vol. 5(3):2

streets in, Vol. 5(2):5

Bell, Alexander Graham

mentioned, Vol. 1(4):1

Bell, Robert

Brighton Landmark of, Vol. 2(1):5 illus

Bellows, Ira

Monroe Avenue and, Vol. 4(1):3, 4

Belluschi, Pietro

Temple B’rith Kodesh and, Vol. 3(2):1–3; Vol. 4(3):4

Benton & Fisher’s

location and services of, Vol. 7(3):2

Bernstein, Rabbi Philip

Temple B’rith Kodesh and, Vol. 3(2):2–3

Bernstein, Sophy

mentioned, Vol. 3(2):3

Birds

HB speaker on, Vol. 7(2):1

Blanchard, J.

property of – 1870s, Vol. 5(3):5 map

Bliss, S.

property of, Vol. 5(3):5 map

Bloemendaal, Jack

mentioned, Vol. 6(4):1

Bloemendaal, Sharon

as HB speaker, Vol. 6(4):1

Bloss, Amy K.

mentioned, Vol. 1(3):6

Bloss, Celestia A.

Clover Street Seminary and, Vol. 1(3):3, 6; Vol. 8(4):6

Bloss Family

cemetery monument/plot of, Vol. 1(2):3; Vol. 1(3):3; Vol. 6(3):7

Bloss, Sergeant Joseph

mentioned, Vol. 1(3):3

Bloss, William Clough

cemetery plaque for, Vol. 6(3):7

historical sketch of, Vol. 1(2):3–4

photograph of, Vol. 6(3):7

Blossom, Benjamin

residence and occupation of, Vol. 6(3):6

Blossom, Benjamin Bangs

occupations and burial site of, Vol. 1(2):6

Blossom, Eliza

mentioned, Vol. 1(2):4

Blossom, Enos

burial site of, Vol. 6(3):7

historical sketch of, Vol. 1(2):4

Blossom, Ezra

historical sketch of, Vol. 1(2):6

mentioned, Vol. 1(3):3

Blossom Family

cemetery lot of, Vol. 1(2):6

Blossom House (hotel)

Eastman, George W. and Maria and, Vol. 8(2):3

Blossom Road

junior college on, Vol. 8(4):6

Mercy Complex on, Vol. 3(1):2

BOCES

Monroe 2-Orleans BOCES superintendent, Vol. 8(4):1

Bohacket, H. H.

mentioned, Vol. 3(1):2

Bonbright, George D. B.

landscape architect for, Vol. 6(2):5

Bonnie Brae Avenue

Neo-Tudor residence on, Vol. 5(2):7 photo

Boston Manufacturing Co. (textile firm)

Lowell, MA and, Vol. 7(2):6

Boulevard Plant

Kodak Park formerly known as, Vol. 8(2):4 (See also under Eastman Kodak Company)

Bowen, Cassius C.

mentioned, Vol. 1(3):3

Bowen, Ebenezer

Monroe Avenue and, Vol. 4(1):3, 4

Bower, Deb

Corbett property and – 1980s, Vol. 6(1):6

Patrick Corbett House article by, Vol. 7(3):3–6

Bowman, Edward

mentioned, Vol. 1(3):4

Boyde, Thomas (architect)

commissions of, Vol. 4(3):2; Vol. 7(2):5

Bragdon, Claude (architect)

Arnold, James and, Vol. 7(2):5

arts and crafts movement and, Vol. 5(1):5

Barnard, Houston and, Vol. 5(1):1

City Directory listing for, Vol. 7(2):5

commissions of

Country Club of Rochester, Vol. 2(3):7 with photo; Vol. 7(2):2

at George Eastman House, Vol. 8(2):6 photo

firm of, Vol. 6(4):4

Branch Avenue

subdivision of, Vol. 4(2):4

Brandt, Joseph

as local guest, Vol. 6(3):2

photograph of, Vol. 6(3):2

Brayer, Betsy. See Brayer, Elizabeth (Betsy)

Brayer, Edith Sheldon

mentioned, Vol. 2(1):5

Brayer, Elizabeth (Betsy)

as author, Vol. 8(1):3

as HB speaker, Vol. 1(2):1

Brayer Family

of Sheldon, residence – mid 1950s, Vol. 8(4):7

Brayer, Sheldon

Indian Landing School and, Vol. 8(4):7

Brewster, Celestia A. (née Bloss)

gravesite of, Vol. 1(3):3 (See also Bloss, Celestia A.)

Brewster, Isaac W.

mentioned, Vol. 1(3):6

Briar Manor Apartments

mentioned, Vol. 4(2):3

Brick industry. See also specific company

close and subsequent use of properties of, Vol. 5(2):5–7

Cobb family in, Vol. 1(2):2; Vol. 5(2):3–4

mentioned, Vol. 1(2):1; Vol. 1(3):7; Vol. 4(3):4

Brick Presbyterian Church

Corbett’s Glen outing from, Vol. 6(1):5

Brigadoon Corporation

Corbett property and – 1970s, Vol. 6(1):6

Corbett’s Glen and, Vol. 6(1):6

Brighton Aerodrome

site of, Vol. 1(4):2 map

Brighton Cemetery

interments in, Vol. 6(3):2, 7

location of, Vol. 6(3):7

photographs of, Vol. 6(3):7

Brighton Cemetery Association, Vol. 1(2):3; Vol. 1(3):5

Brighton Chamber of Commerce

award to Historic Brighton, Vol. 7(3):8

Brighton Congregational Church

formation of, Vol. 1(2):5

Brighton Cultural Resource Survey

Carey-Harper House and – 1970s, Vol. 8(1):7

Brighton Fire Department

Brighton Cemetery and, Vol. 1(3):4

Brighton Historic Preservation Commission

chairpersons of

Jerry Ludwig, quoted, Vol. 5(3):2

Wright, Arlene, Vol. 8(1):2

landmark designations by

Carey-Harper House, Vol. 8(1):8

East Avenue residences, Vol. 6(2):5; Vol. 6(3):2

harp lamps, Vol. 5(3):2–3

Keating residence, Vol. 5(3):6

Stone-Tolan House, Vol. 6(3):2

Brighton Presbyterian Church

Erie Canal and, Vol. 6(3):4

history of, Vol. 6(3):6

photographs of, Vol. 6(2):1; Vol. 6(3):6

Stone family members of, Vol. 6(3):2

Brighton public schools. See also Private schools

administrators of

superintendents, Vol. 8(4):1, 4

vice-principal, Vol. 8(4):4

Brighton Central Schools

founding of, Vol. 8(4):5

historical sketches of, Vol. 2(1):6–7; Vol. 4(2):1–2, 6–7; Vol. 8(4):2–7

superintendents of, Vol. 8(4):1

Brighton High School

boarding schools and, Vol. 8(4):7

historical sketches of, Vol. 4(2):1–2, 6–7; Vol. 8(4):3–5

Indian Landing School graduates and, Vol. 8(4):7

mentioned, Vol. 2(1):6, 7

photograph/illustration of, Vol. 8(4):3, 5

Brookside School, Vol. 2(1):6, 7

centralization of – mid 1900s, Vol. 8(4):4–5

Common School Districts, Vol. 2(1):6; Vol. 4(2):2; Vol. 8(4):3, 4

Common District No. 1, Vol. 8(4):3

Common District No. 8, Vol. 8(4):3

consolidation of – 1920s, Vol. 8(4):3

Council Rock Elementary/Primary School, Vol. 2(1):7

District No. 9, Vol. 4(2):3; Vol. 8(4):1 photo, 2

first of, Vol. 8(4):2, 8 photo caption

French Road School, Vol. 2(1):6, 7

former one-room school near, Vol. 8(4):2 photo

Indian Landing School, Vol. 8(4):7

Meadowview School

mentioned, Vol. 2(1):6

subsequent use of, Vol. 2(1):7

School No. 3, site of, Vol. 1(2):1 map

Twelve Corners Elementary School, Vol. 2(1):6, 7; Vol. 8(4):4

Twelve Corners Middle School, Vol. 8(4):4 illus

additions/renovations to, Vol. 8(4):4, 5

mentions of, Vol. 2(1):6, 7

original site ownership for, Vol. 8(4):3

original structure of, Vol. 8(4):3

original use of, Vol. 4(2):2

renovation of – 1980s, Vol. 4(2):7

Union Free School District No. 1, Vol. 2(1):6– 7; Vol. 4(2):2; Vol. 8(4):3, 4–5

Union Free School District No. 2, Vol. 4(2):6; Vol. 8(4):4–5

(Brighton-Penfield) Union Free School District No. 7, Vol. 8(4):7

Brighton Recreation

mentioned, Vol. 2(1):7

Brighton Reformed Church

location and previous use of, Vol. 8(4):7 with photo

Brighton Rotary Club

Buckland Farmhouse/Farmstead and, Vol. 8(1):4

Brighton Station (railroad station)

location, Vol. 2(3):3

Brighton Town Hall

East Avenue site of, Vol. 6(2):1 photos; Vol. 6(3):5

historical sketch of, Vol. 4(3):1

Monroe Avenue site of, Vol. 5(2):8 map

Town Historian’s office in, Vol. 8(4):1

Brighton, Town of. See also Brighton, Village of

Buckland Farmhouse/Farmstead and, Vol. 8(1):4

city annexations of, Vol. 6(2):1

Corbett’s Glen and

development proposal affecting, Vol. 6(1):5–6

land purchase and park development in, Vol. 6(1):6–7

East Avenue in, Vol. 6(1):8

firehouses, architect of, Vol. 7(2):5

founding of, Vol. 6(2):1

officials of

Culver, Oliver, Vol. 6(3):3

Lanphear, Mary Jo, Vol. 8(4):1

McNab, Margaret, Vol. 8(4):2

Sandra Frankel, quoted on street lamps, Vol. 5(3):2

population of

1920s and 1930s, Vol. 8(4):3

1940s, Vol. 8(4):4

schools in, history of, Vol. 8(4):2–7

streetlight landmarks in, Vol. 5(3):2–3

as suburb, Vol. 7(2):1

town hall of (See Brighton Town Hall)

Brighton, Village of, Vol. 6(2):1. See also Brighton, Town of

annexation of, Vol. 7(2):3

commercial enterprises in, Vol. 7(2):3

map of – 1872, Vol. 5(3):5; Vol. 6(1):8; Vol. 6(3):8 illus

photographs of, Vol. 6(2):1; Vol. 6(3):4–5

poster of (1885 – 1905) by Leo Dodd, Vol. 6(3):illus: 1, illus: 8

subway in, Vol. 7(2):2–3

Brighton Volunteer Ambulance

site of, original owner of, Vol. 1(2):1

Brighton-Browncroft neighborhood, Vol. 6(4):3

Britton, Mr. (no given name)

business and death of, Vol. 8(3):6

Britton dry goods store

clerks and location of, Vol. 8(3):6

Brockett and Wood (architectural firm)

City Directory listing for, Vol. 7(2):5

Brockett, F. A.

City Directory listing for, Vol. 7(2):5

Brockett, Frederick

Barnard, Houston and, Vol. 5(1):1

mentioned, Vol. 3(1):3

Brockett, William

mentioned, Vol. 3(1):3; Vol. 8(3):7 photo caption

Bronstein, Rabbi Herbert

quoted, on Temple B’rith Kodesh, Vol. 4(3):4

Brookside School

mentioned, Vol. 2(1):6, 7

Brown Brothers Continental Nursery

operators of, Vol. 6(4):2

wisteria of, harp lamps and, Vol. 5(3): 3

Brown, Charles J.

Browncroft Neighborhood and, Vol. 5(3):2–3

historical sketch of, Vol. 6(4):2–3

Brown, Donald

business enterprise of, Vol. 6(4):2

Brown, Francis

mentioned, Vol. 5(2):3

Brown, Rev. Frank L.

Warner, J. Foster and, Vol. 3(1):4

Brown, Leland

business enterprise of, Vol. 6(4):2

Brown, Mary Jane

business enterprise of, Vol. 6(4):2

Brown, Robert

business enterprise of, Vol. 6(4):2

Brown, William R.

mentioned, Vol. 1(3):3

Browncroft Extension, Vol. 6(4):3

Browncroft Neighborhood

HB program on, Vol. 6(4):1

history of, Vol. 6(4):2–3

mentioned, Vol. 7(2):6

origins of, Vol. 5(3):2–3

residents/residences on

Christmas decorations of, Vol. 6(4):1 photo

Kaelber family, Vol. 6(4):1 photo

Wenrich renderings for, Vol. 6(4):7

streetlights in, Vol. 5(3):2, 3

Browncroft Neighborhood Association

Historical Committee chair – 2005, Vol. 6(4):1

neighborhood history by, Vol. 6(4):3

Browncroft Realty Company

officers of, Vol. 6(4):2

Brûlé, Etiènne

mentioned, Vol. 3(1):1

Buckland, Abner B.

as brickmaker, Vol. 4(3):4

family of, Vol. 8(3):2, 4

property holding of, Vol. 8(3):2

residence of, Vol. 1(2):1; Vol. 4(3):4

Buckland, Abner M.

property of, subsequent site use of, Vol. 4(2):2; Vol. 8(4):3

Buckland, Alma

census data on – 1850s, Vol. 8(1):6

mentioned, Vol. 8(3):2

Buckland, Amos B., Jr.

census data on – 1850s, Vol. 8(1):6

mentioned, Vol. 8(3):2

Buckland, Amos B., Sr.

brick works of, Vol. 5(2):3, 8 map

census data on – 1850s, Vol. 8(1):6

family of, Vol. 8(1):6; Vol. 8(3):2, 4

historical sketch of, Vol. 8(3):4

obituary of, Vol. 8(3):6

records about, Vol. 8(3):6

residences of

city site, Vol. 8(3):2

farm (See Buckland Farmhouse/Farmstead)

watercolor rendering of, Vol. 8(3):4

Wilder, Samuel and, Vol. 8(3):6

Buckland, Curtis

family of, Vol. 8(3):4

mentioned, Vol. 1(2):1

Buckland, Elizabeth

census data on – 1850s, Vol. 8(1):6

mentioned, Vol. 8(3):2

Buckland Family

brick industry and, Vol. 1(2):2; Vol. 4(3):4

Buckland Farmhouse/Farmstead (Amos B. Buckland, Sr.)

auction poster from, Vol. 8(3):1

history of, Vol. 8(1):4–6 with illus

census data – 1860s, Vol. 8(3):2

Lanphear, Mary Jo and, Vol. 8(3):5

subsequent owners/residents, Vol. 8(3):5

site of, Vol. 1(2):1

artifacts from, Vol. 7(1):5–7 with illus

Buckland, James

family of, Vol. 8(3):4

mentioned, Vol. 1(2):1

Buckland, Julia

census data on – 1850s, Vol. 8(1):6

mentioned, Vol. 8(3):2

Buckland, Leonard

brick works of, Vol. 4(3):4; Vol. 5(2):3, 8 map

family of, Vol. 8(3):2, 4

Monroe Avenue and, Vol. 1(1):8; Vol. 4(1):1–2, 3, 4

property holding of, Vol. 8(3):2

residence of, site of, Vol. 1(2):1

Buckland, Mary Ann

census data on – 1850s, Vol. 8(1):6

mentioned, Vol. 8(3):2

Buckland, Sally

family, death, and residence of, Vol. 8(3):2

Buckland, Warren

family of, Vol. 8(3):2, 4

property holding of, Vol. 8(3):2

Bullock, Robert

mentioned, Vol. 1(3):3

Burger crocks

about, Vol. 7(1):6 with illus

Burger, John Sr.

pottery company of – 1800s, Vol. 7(1):5–6

Burke, Fitzsimons, Hone & Co.

location and previous site use of, Vol. 8(3):6

Burke, Teresa (née Evans)

residence of, Vol. 4(2):5

Burr, General Aaron

as local guest, Vol. 6(3):2

mentioned, Vol. 1(2):5

photograph of, Vol. 6(3):2

Burr, Theodosia

as local guest, Vol. 6(3):2

Burton, Alvin

brick works of, Vol. 5(2):3, 8 map

Bush, David

mentioned, Vol. 2(2):8

Bush Family

members of, Vol. 2(2):8

Bush, President George W.

Churchill, Winston and, Vol. 2(2):8

Bush, James Smith

Bush and Churchill lineages and, Vol. 2(2):8

Butcher, Ted (architect)

Brighton schools and, Vol. 4(2):7; Vol. 8(4):5

C

C. J. Stevens (Monroe Avenue)

original site use of, Vol. 4(2):4

C. Keur & Sons

Eastman bulb order and, Vol. 8(2):3 illus

Caley & Nash

history of, Vol. 6(2):8

photographs of, Vol. 6(2):8; Vol. 6(3):4–5

Caley, Carol. See Hasher, Carol Caley

Caley, T.

property of – 1870s, Vol. 5(3):5 map

Callender, Experience. See Abbey, Experience Callender

Camp Hideaway

location, operation, and owners of, Vol. 6(1):5

Camp, Theodore E.

mentioned, Vol. 1(3):3

Canada

seminary pupils from, Vol. 8(4):6

Canandaigua, NY

County Court House in, Vol. 3(1):4 photo

Canton Bulldogs

mentioned, Vol. 5(3):7

Caple’s Brick Tavern

location of, Vol. 5(2):8 map

Capstaff, John

Eastman Kodak Company and, Vol. 6(2):6

Carey, Alice

arrival, family, and residence of – 1860s, Vol. 8(1):7

Carey, Edward

arrival, family, and residence of – 1860s, Vol. 8(1):7

Carey, John

arrival, family, and residence of – 1860s, Vol. 8(1):7

death of – 1880s, Vol. 8(1):7

Carey, John C.

arrival, family, and residence of – 1860s, Vol. 8(1):7

Carey, Mary

arrival, family, and residence of – 1860s, Vol. 8(1):7

Carey-Harper House

history of, Vol. 8(1):7–8

photograph of, Vol. 8(1):7

Carpenter and Barrows

Brighton schools and, Vol. 4(2):2, 6; Vol. 8(4):3, 4

Carpenter, Charles (architect)

Brighton schools and, Vol. 4(2):2; Vol. 8(4):3

Cartier, Jacques

mentioned, Vol. 4(2):8

Case, L. S.

property of, Vol. 5(3):5 map

Cassan, Lyle

mentioned, Vol. 3(2):7

Cassebeer, Walter

as Baird residence architect, Vol. 6(2):5

occupations/skills of, Vol. 6(2):5

on Orringh Stone Tavern, Vol. 6(3):2

Catherine McAuley Junior College

location and enrollment of, Vol. 8(4):6

mentioned, Vol. 3(1):2, 4

Catholic Church

Brighton schools of, Vol. 8(4):6

Central Park (New York City)

Eastman, George and superintendent of, Vol. 8(2):5

Central School Law (NYS)

Brighton schools and, Vol. 8(4):3

Chabad Lubavitch

former residents of, Vol. 1(2):1

Chaisson, William

as HB speaker, Vol. 5(2):1, 2

professional life of, Vol. 5(2):2

Chamber of Commerce

addition to, architects for, Vol. 6(4):4

Champlain, Samuel de

mentioned, Vol. 3(1):1

Chapman, G.

property of – 1870s, Vol. 5(3):5 map

“The Chateau (hotel)

former identity of, Vol. 5(3):7

Chatterbox Club

mentioned, Vol. 7(2):3

Cherry House (Monroe Avenue)

original site use of, Vol. 4(2):4

Cherry Road

subsequent name of, Vol. 1(2):7

Chestnut Hill, PA

architecture of, Vol. 7(2):7

Chicago, IL

Century of Progress Exposition illustrator for, Vol. 6(4):7

Chicago Bears, mentioned, Vol. 5(3):7

Chicago Cardinals, mentioned, Vol. 5(3):7

World’s Fair (See Columbian Exposition of 1893)

Children’s Overseas Reception Board (CORB)

Kodakids and, Vol. 2(3):3–4

Christy, Andy

mentioned, Vol. 2(1):3

Church of the Blessed Sacrament

illustration of, Vol. 6(4):6

Churchill, Jennie (née Jerome)

mentioned, Vol. 1(4):6, 7

Churchill, Randolph

mentioned, Vol. 1(4):6; Vol. 2(2):8

Churchill, Winston

Bush, George W. and, Vol. 2(2):8

Churchill, Winston Spencer

historical sketch of, Vol. 1(4):6–7

local lineage of, Vol. 1(4):6

plaque honoring ancestor of, Vol. 2(2):8

City Beautiful Movement

streetlights and, Vol. 5(3): 3

City Hall of Rochester

photograph of – 1910s, Vol. 5(3): 4

Civil War

HB speaker on, Vol. 2(1):1

Clarissa (schooner)

ownership and construction of – early 1800s, Vol. 6(3):3

Clarke, Eric

mentioned, Vol. 2(2):5

Clark’s Rochester pottery

ownership and product line of – 1800s, Vol. 7(1):5–6

Clarkson, NY

brickyards in, Vol. 5(2):3

Cline, William B.

mentioned, Vol. 1(3):3

Clinton Avenue

former name of, Vol. 1(3):8

residents/residences on

Hagaman family, Vol. 1(3):8; Vol. 4(3):2

Schilling family, Vol. 1(3):7

Wallace family, Vol. 1(3):7; Vol. 4(3):2

school on, Vol. 2(1):6

Clinton, De Witt

Audubon, John J. and, Vol. 1(1):7

Clinton House

Clover Street Seminary students and, Vol. 8(4):6

Clover Street

canal locks on, Vol. 1(1):5

First Baptist Church on, Vol. 5(3):6

residents/residences on

by Gordon & Kaelber (architects), Vol. 6(4):6 photo

Mees family, Vol. 6(2):6, 7 photo

Moore family, Vol. 1(3):6

Taylor family, Vol. 6(2):4

Wilson family, Vol. 1(3):7

schools on, Vol. 2(1):6; Vol. 4(2):2; Vol. 8(4):3, 6 (See also Clover Street Seminary)

Clover Street Seminary

historical sketches of, Vol. 1(3):6; Vol. 8(4):6 with illus

mentioned, Vol. 1(3):3

Clune, Henry

Churchill, Winston S. and, Vol. 1(4):6

mentioned, Vol. 2(1):4

Coates, Albert

as conductor, Vol. 7(2):3

Hanson, Howard and, Vol. 2(2):3

Cobb, Charles

inheritance of, Vol. 6(1):5

Cobb Family

brick industry and, Vol. 1(2):2; Vol. 5(2):3

Cobb, Gideon

birthplace of, Vol. 5(1):8

historical sketch of, Vol. 5(2):3–4

map of business and home sites of, Vol. 5(2):8

mentioned, Vol. 1(3):8; Vol. 4(3):6

Monroe Avenue and, Vol. 1(1):8; Vol. 4(1):1–2, 3, 4

residences of, Vol. 5(2):3, 4

school near, Vol. 8(4):2 photo

taxi service of, Vol. 4(3):5

Cobb, Roxanna (née Worden)

spouse, family, and home sites of, Vol. 5(2):3, 4

Cobb, William

businesses and holdings of, Vol. 5(2):3

inheritance of, Vol. 6(1):5

Cobb’s Hill

brickyard industry and, Vol. 5(2):3–4

Eastman purchase of, Vol. 5(2):4

photographs of – 1890s, Vol. 5(2):1, 2

Cobbs Hill Park

Eastman, George and, Vol. 8(2):4

Coca-Cola

company origins of, Vol. 7(1):5

Cogswell, Lt. Col. Joseph Herbert

mentioned, Vol. 1(3):3

Moore, Isaac and, Vol. 7(3):2

quoted, on powder mill explosion, Vol. 7(3):2

Cogswell, Samuel

mentioned, Vol. 1(3):3

Colgate, Arthur

Eastman, George and, Vol. 8(2):3

Colgate University

Manaseri, Christopher B. at, Vol. 8(4):1

Colleges and Universities

Catherine McAuley College (See Catherine McAuley Junior College)

Colgate University, Vol. 8(4):1

Cornell University, Vol. 6(2):5

Eastman’s Commercial College, Vol. 8(2):3

Elmira College, Christopher B. Manaseri at, Vol. 8(4):1

Monroe Community College, Vol. 8(4):6

SU (See Syracuse University)

SUNY schools (See State University of New York)

U of R (See University of Rochester)

University of Nottingham (England), Vol. 8(4):1

Colonial Village Road

Corbett’s Glen Nature Park and, Vol. 6(1):7

Columbian Exposition of 1893

City Beautiful Movement and, Vol. 5(3): 3

photographs from, Vol. 8(1):1, 2

presentation on, Vol. 8(1):1

Rochesterians at, Vol. 8(1):1 with photo

Common School Districts. See under Brighton public schools

Congregationalists

local church of, Vol. 1(2):3

Cook’s Opera House

mentioned, Vol. 7(2):3

Cooney, Gertrude

business card of, Vol. 6(3):5 illus

CORB (Children’s Overseas Reception Board)

Kodakids and, Vol. 2(3):3–4

Corbett Farmhouse

antique contents of, Vol. 7(3):1

architectural style of, Vol. 6(1):6

construction of, Vol. 6(1):4, 6; Vol. 7(3):3

description of, Vol. 7(3):3–6

landmark designation for, Vol. 6(1):6

photographs of, Vol. 6(1):2, 5; Vol. 7(3):1, 3, 4, 5, 6

sales of, Vol. 6(1):6

Corbett, “Grandma”

Corbett’s Glen and, Vol. 6(1):4, 5

Corbett, Julia

historical sketch of spouse (Patrick), Vol. 6(1):4–5

Corbett, Mary

property sales by – 1900s, Vol. 6(1):5, 6

Corbett, Patrick

death of, Vol. 6(1):5

as farmer, Vol. 7(3):5–6

historical sketch of, Vol. 6(1):4–5

photographs of, Vol. 6(1):4; Vol. 7(3):6

residence of (See Corbett Farmhouse)

Corbett’s Glen

Denonville, Marquis de and, Vol. 3(1):4

Eastman television documentary filmed in, Vol. 6(1):7 photos

explosions of powder mills in, Vol. 7(3):2, 7–8

Gideon Cobb Days presentation on, Vol. 7(3):1

historical sketch of, Vol. 4(3):3; Vol. 6(1):2–7

photographs of

farmhouse in (See Corbett Farmhouse)

tunnel in, Vol. 4(3):3; Vol. 6(1):6; Vol. 7(3):3, 6

recreational outings to, Vol. 6(1):4–5

as Stoneburner’s Glen, Vol. 7(3):2

summer day camp in, Vol. 6(1):5

Corbett’s Glen Advisory Committee

master plan of, Vol. 6(1):7

Corbett’s Glen Nature Park

activities in and design proposal for, Vol. 6(1):7

flora of, Vol. 6(1):7

origins of, Vol. 6(1):6–7

town meetings on proposed development affecting – early 2000s, Vol. 8(4):8 with map

Cornelia Street

subsequent name of, Vol. 1(2):7

Cornell University

graduate of, Vol. 6(2):5

Corner Club

members of, Vol. 7(2):3

Cornwell, Ed

as HB speaker, Vol. 2(2):1

Corwin Road residents/residences

Brown family, Vol. 6(4):2

Corwin family, Vol. 6(4):2

Corwin, Stephen

business and residence of, Vol. 6(4):2

Council Rock (stone)

location of, Vol. 6(3):2

photograph of, Vol. 5(2):2; Vol. 6(3):2

Council Rock Elementary/Primary School

mentions, Vol. 2(1):7

Council Rock Estates

streetlights in, Vol. 5(3):2

Country Club of Rochester

Bragdon commissions by

clubhouse, Vol. 2(3):7 photo

verandah, Vol. 7(2):2

Hagen, Walter C. and, Vol. 2(1):3, 4, 5

site of, original owners of, Vol. 1(2):4

Cram, Ralph Adams

mentioned, Vol. 7(2):4

Crandall & Strobel

Barnard, Houston and, Vol. 5(1):1

Crandall & Strobel (architectural firm)

City Directory listing for, Vol. 7(2):5

Crittenden, Austin

family and residence of, Vol. 4(3):2–3

Crittenden Boulevard Fair Grounds

mentioned, Vol. 4(3):6

Crittenden, Chauncey

family and residence of, Vol. 4(3):3

Crittenden House

about, Vol. 4(3):2–3 with illus

Crittenden Road

Crittenden family on, Vol. 4(3):2–3

Crittenden, Sarah (née Warrant)

family and residence of, Vol. 4(3):2–3

Cuban Missile Crisis

Keating, Kenneth B. and, Vol. 5(3):6

Culver, Frances

property of, Eastman purchase of, Vol. 2(3):1–2

Culver, John

family lineage of, Vol. 2(3):2 photo caption

farm property of, Vol. 7(3):2

mentioned, Vol. 2(3):1

Culver, Marvin A.

family lineage of, Vol. 2(3):2 photo caption

property of

apple tree on, Vol. 8(2):6 photo

Eastman purchase of, Vol. 2(3):1–2; Vol. 6(3):3

Culver, Oliver (1778-1867)

East Avenue construction by, Vol. 6(1):8

family lineage of, Vol. 2(3):2 photo caption; Vol. 6(3):3

historical sketch of, Vol. 1(1): 2, 4, 8; Vol. 6(3):3

photograph of, Vol. 6(3):3; Vol. 8(4):2

property of, purchase/sale of, Vol. 2(3):1–2; Vol. 6(3):3

residence of (See Oliver Culver House)

ship of, Vol. 6(3):3

Tryon school and, Vol. 8(4):2

Culver Road

Buckland family residents/residences on – early 1800s, Vol. 8(3):4

naming of, Vol. 6(3):3

as town boundary, Vol. 1(1):5

Cunningham, Deirdre

mentioned, Vol. 5(2):2

Curtis, Alice Peck

George Eastman and Cobbs Hill Park and, Vol. 8(2):4

Curtiss, Glenn

mentioned, Vol. 1(4):1

Cutler, James G.

as university trustee, Vol. 6(4):5

Cutler Union

architects for, Vol. 6(4):4

Czerkas, Jean

as author, Vol. 8(2):1

as HB speaker, Vol. 8(2):1

D

Dale Road

Corbett’s Glen Nature Park and, Vol. 6(1):7

Damrosch, Walter

mentioned, Vol. 2(2):3

Davis, Harry

residence of, Vol. 4(2):4

Day, David Howard

as HB speaker, Vol. 1(3):1

De Forest, Alling Stephen (landscape architect)

Drescher House and, Vol. 6(2):4

Eastman House gardens and, Vol. 2(3):1, 2; Vol. 8(2):2, 3

Sunken Garden design, Vol. 8(2):6 photo

Terrace Garden design, Vol. 8(2):1 illus, 2

Friendly Home plans of, Vol. 7(1):4 illus

HB presentation on, Vol. 8(2):1

historical sketch of, Vol. 6(2):5

photograph of, Vol. 6(2):5; Vol. 8(2):1

de Kewiet, Cornelius

mentioned, Vol. 2(2):4

De Puy, Louise

mentioned, Vol. 5(3):6

DeBrine, Abraham

historical sketch of, Vol. 1(3):3

DeBrine, John

historical sketch of, Vol. 1(3):3

Democrat and Chronicle (newspaper)

on Brighton High School, quoted – 1930s, Vol. 8(4):4

obituary of Amos B. Buckland, Sr. in, quoted, Vol. 8(3):6

predecessor of, Vol. 5(3):1

Denonville, Marquis de

attack on Seneca villages by, Vol. 6(1):3

mentioned, Vol. 3(1):4

DeVries, John

mentioned, Vol. 1(3):4

DeWinde, John

historical sketch of, Vol. 1(3):3

Dewirst, James E.

mentioned, Vol. 7(1):1

DeWitt, Abram

mentioned, Vol. 1(3):4

DeWolf’s Market

mentioned, Vol. 7(2):3

photograph of, Vol. 2(3):7; Vol. 6(3):5

site and business card of, Vol. 6(3):5 photo

Dodd, Leo

Brighton Village poster by, Vol. 6(3):illus: 1, illus: 8

as HB speaker, Vol. 4(2):1

Donley, Aubrey

Brighton schools and, Vol. 4(2):2; Vol. 8(4):4

Dorchester Road

Kaelber family residence on, Vol. 6(4):1, 2

Douglas Road

Ward commissions on, Vol. 5(1):2

Douglass, Frederick

Columbian Exposition and, Vol. 8(1):1

Downes, S.

property of – 1870s, Vol. 5(3):5 map

Downes, T.

property of – 1870s, Vol. 5(3):5 map

Downing, Andrew Jackson (architect)

influence of, Vol. 7(2):7

Drake, Amasa

historical sketch of, Vol. 1(1):8

mentioned, Vol. 1(2):6

residence of, Vol. 1(4):8 illus

Drake Family

cemetery lot of, Vol. 1(2):6

Drake, Quincy J.

mentioned, Vol. 1(3):3

Drescher, Anna Julia (née Bausch)

families of, Vol. 6(2):4

residence of (See Drescher House)

Drescher, Clara Louise. See Baird, Clara Louise

Drescher Family

history of, Vol. 6(2):4

photograph, of Clara Drescher Baird – 1920s, Vol. 6(2):1

residence of (See Drescher House)

Drescher, Hilda Ardelle. See Taylor, Hilda Ardelle

Drescher House

design, construction, landscaping and restoration of, Vol. 6(2):2–3

Drescher family and, Vol. 6(2):4

photographs/illustrations of, Vol. 6(2):2–5

Drescher, Theodore Bausch

family and death of, Vol. 6(2):4

Drescher, William A. E.

biographical and family information for, Vol. 6(2):4

residences of, Vol. 6(2):4 (See also Drescher House)

Drum, Rev. Thomas

Clover Street Seminary and, Vol. 8(4):6

Dryden, Ellen Maria

photographs with brother

by George Eastman, Vol. 8(2):4

and Watson Newhall, Vol. 8(2):6

Dryden, George Eastman

photographs with sister

by George Eastman, Vol. 8(2):4

and Watson Newhall, Vol. 8(2):6

Dryer, Intus B.

mentioned, Vol. 1(3):3

Dugan, Terence O.

mentioned, Vol. 3(1):2

Dunbar, Asa

residence and Oliver Culver description of, Vol. 6(3):3

Dunn & Paul Neighborhood

streetlights in, Vol. 5(3):2

Durand Eastman Park

Eastman, George and, Vol. 8(2):4

Twentieth Century Tally Ho with riders at, Vol. 6(2):8 photo

Durand, Dr. Henry Strong

George Eastman and Durand Eastman Park and, Vol. 8(2):4

E

E. Gilbert & Co.

explosions at powder mills of, Vol. 7(3):7–8

East Avenue

in Brighton

Brighton Centre/Village on, Vol. 4(3):6; Vol. 5(3):5; Vol. 6(3):4–5 photos; Vol. 7(2):2–3

as farmland, Vol. 2(3):1–2

map of – 1872, Vol. 5(3):5

near Winton Road – 1940s, Vol. 2(3):4 photos

street lamps on, Vol. 5(3):2

canal route and, Vol. 1(1):5

church on, Vol. 1(2):3

commercial enterprises on

pottery production – 1800s, Vol. 7(1):6

realty company, Vol. 5(1):1

tavern, and subsequent use of, Vol. 7(1):1 illus caption

trolley station, Vol. 4(3):8

construction of, Vol. 6(1):8

historical sketch of, Vol. 6(2):1

Houston Barnard Tract and, Vol. 1(2):7

as Indian Trail, Vol. 1(2):4

naming of, Vol. 6(1):8; Vol. 6(3):3

paving of, Vol. 4(3):8

photographic essay (book) on, Vol. 8(1):3

as plank road, Vol. 4(1):2; Vol. 4(3):8

railroad station near, Vol. 2(3):3

residential and landscape architects for, Vol. 6(2):5

residents/residences on, Vol. 7(2):2

Baird family, Vol. 6(2):4, 5 photo

Barry-Lindsay House, Vol. 3(1):3 photo

Blossom family, Vol. 1(2):4; Vol. 6(3):6

Culver family, Vol. 2(3):1–2

Drescher family, Vol. 6(2):2–5

Eastman, George, Vol. 2(2):3; Vol. 2(3):1–2; Vol. 8(2):4–7 (See also George Eastman House)

Ely family, Vol. 2(3):1

Friendly Home, Vol. 7(1):4 illus

Ingle family, Vol. 5(1):7

May family, Vol. 6(2):4

Morgan, Henry W., Vol. 7(1):3 photo

Parsons family, Vol. 1(2):4

Smith family, Vol. 2(3):1

Soule family, Vol. 3(1):3 photo caption (See also Wilson Soule House)

Stone family, Vol. 6(3):2

Stone-Tolan House (See Stone-Tolan House)

Ward commissions for, Vol. 5(1):2

Wilder, Samuel, Vol. 8(3):6 with photo

school on, Vol. 8(4):6

East Avenue Hardware Store

site of, Vol. 6(3):4–5 photos

East Avenue Memories by Elizabeth Brayer

about, Vol. 8(1):3

East Avon, NY

Keating, Kenneth B. and, Vol. 5(3):6

East Henrietta Road

as plank road, Vol. 4(1):2; Vol. 4(3):8

East High School

MCC origins and, Vol. 8(4):6

East Rochester Piano Works

Corbett’s Glen outing from, Vol. 6(1):5

Eastman Dental Center

architects of, Vol. 6(4):4

children’s waiting room in, Vol. 6(4):6 photo

Eastman, Ebenezer (Manchester, NH)

mentioned, Vol. 8(2):3

Eastman, Ellen (sister of George)

residences of, Vol. 8(2):3

Eastman, George

Culver family and, Vol. 6(3):3

family members of, Vol. 8(2):3, 4 photo

Folsom, Marion B. and, Vol. 3(2):4–7

Gordon, Edwin and, Vol. 6(4):4

correspondence of, Vol. 6(4):6 photo

Hagen, Walter C. and, Vol. 2(1):5

Hanson, Howard and, Vol. 2(2):3–5; Vol. 2(3):5–6

Mees, Charles E. and, Vol. 6(2):6

Morgan, Henry W. and, correspondence with, Vol. 7(1):3 illus

Municipal Arts Commission and, Vol. 5(3):4

photograph of grandniece and grandnephew by, Vol. 8(2):4

photographs of

in 1917, Vol. 7(1):3

at Columbian Exposition of 1893, Vol. 8(1):1

with great niece and nephew, Vol. 8(2):3

with Thomas Edison and Charles Mees, Vol. 6(2):6

purchase of Pinnacle range and Cobb’s Hill by, Vol. 5(2):4

quoted

on Culver and Ely properties, Vol. 6(3):3

on desert landscape, Vol. 8(2):4

on landscaping, Vol. 8(2):4–5

of purchase of George Eastman House site, Vol. 8(2):5

in Town & Country interview, Vol. 8(2):5

residences of

Eastman House (See George Eastman House)

Wilson Soule House, Vol. 8(2):4–5

Rochester Red Cross and, Vol. 7(1):3 photo caption

rocking chairs of, Vol. 7(2):2

rose named for, Vol. 8(2):3

television documentary about, Vol. 1(2):8; Vol. 6(1):7 photos

Eastman, George Washington

death of, Vol. 8(2):3

family members of (See Eastman, Ellen; Eastman, George; Eastman, Maria Kilbourn)

occupations of, Vol. 8(2):2, 3

residences of, Vol. 8(2):3

Eastman, Harvey

agricultural fair and family of, Vol. 8(2):3

Eastman House. See George Eastman House

Eastman Kodak Company

architects for, Vol. 6(4):4

Corbett’s Glen outings from, Vol. 6(1):5

employees of, Vol. 6(2):6, 7 photos

Folsom, Marion B., Vol. 3(2):4–6

Mees, Charles E., Vol. 6(2):6, 7 photos

Hagen, Walter C. and, Vol. 2(1):5

Kodak Park

formerly Boulevard Plant, Vol. 8(2):4

landscaping at, Vol. 8(2):4, 5

Kodak Research Laboratories, Vol. 6(2):6, 7 photos

Corner Club and, Vol. 7(2):3

Kodakids and, Vol. 2(3):3–4

Meadowbrook neighborhood and, Vol. 3(2):3; Vol. 4(1):5 illus

Eastman, Maria Kilbourn

family members of (See Eastman, Ellen; Eastman, George; Eastman, George Washington)

flowers and, Vol. 8(2):3

quoted, on country life, Vol. 8(2):2–3

residences of, Vol. 8(2):3

Eastman Philharmonic

Hanson, Howard and, Vol. 2(2):4–5

Eastman School of Music

architects of, Vol. 6(4):4

Corner Club and, Vol. 7(2):3

Hanson, Howard and, Vol. 2(2):3–5; Vol. 2(3):5–6

Eastman Theatre

architects of, Vol. 6(4):4, 5

events at – 1920s, Vol. 7(2):3

Folsom, Marion B. and, Vol. 3(2):5

illustration of, Vol. 6(4):4

Eastman’s Commercial College

president of, Vol. 8(2):3

Eclectic architectural style, Vol. 7(2):4

Edgewood Avenue

canal locks on, Vol. 1(1):5

school on, Vol. 2(1):6

walking tour of, Vol. 4(2):3–6

Edison, Thomas

photograph of, with Eastman and Mees, Vol. 6(2):6

Edmunds, James M.

residence of, Vol. 4(3):10 illus

Edwards (department store)

mentioned, Vol. 7(2):3

Eisenhower, Dwight D.

Churchill, Winston S. and, Vol. 1(4):6

Folsom, Marion B. and, Vol. 3(2):6, 7 photo

Ellis, Harvey

mentioned, Vol. 5(1):5

Ellison Park

City of Tryon in, Vol. 8(4):2 with illus (See also Tryon, City of)

Ellwanger & Barry

Kodak Park landscaping and, Vol. 8(2):5

Ellwanger & Barry School

illustration of, Vol. 6(4):6

Ellwanger, George

mentioned, Vol. 2(2):2

Ellwanger, Helen

quoted, on J. Foster Warner, Vol. 3(1):3–4

Elmira College

Manaseri, Christopher B. at, Vol. 8(4):1

Elmwood Avenue

residents/residences on

Hall family, Vol. 2(2):8

Keating family, Vol. 5(3):6, 6 photo

Maxion family, Vol. 2(2):8

Parsons family, Vol. 1(2):4

Stillson, George, Vol. 2(2):8

Roselawn and, Vol. 1(4):2; Vol. 5(2):5

schools on, Vol. 2(1):6; Vol. 4(2):2; Vol. 8(4):3, 6

seminary on, Vol. 1(3):6

temple on, Vol. 3(2):1–3; Vol. 4(3):4

Ely, Cornelia

Culver lineage of, Vol. 6(3):3

Eastman, George and, Vol. 6(3):3

Ely Family

property of, George Eastman and, Vol. 2(3):1, 2

Emmerick, Mrs. F.

property of, Vol. 8(1):7

England

Manaseri, Christopher B. in, Vol. 8(4):1

England, Frederick L.

mentioned, Vol. 1(3):4

Erie Canal

Brighton stretch of – 1872, Vol. 5(3):5 map

Brighton Village and, Vol. 5(3):5; Vol. 6(3):4

Clover Street Seminary students and, Vol. 8(4):6

photographs of, Vol. 6(3):4

widewaters at Cobbs Hill, George Eastman and, Vol. 8(2):4

Esplanade

Barnard, Houston and, Vol. 1(2):7

Ettenheimer, Louis

residence of, architect and location of, Vol. 6(2):5

Evans, Ann

family and residence of, Vol. 4(2):5

Evans Farm Tract

original site use of, Vol. 4(2):5

Evans, Harriette. See Rowland, Harriette Evans

Evans, Joseph Edward Jr.

family and residence of, Vol. 4(2):4, 5

Evans, Joseph Edward Sr.

family and residence of, Vol. 4(2):5

Evans, Susan Ann (née Studley)

family and residence of, Vol. 4(2):4, 5

Evans, Teresa. See Burke, Teresa (née Evans)

Evershed House/Farm

history and sketch of, Vol. 4(3):4

Evershed, John

residence of, Vol. 4(3):4

Everts, Ruby. See Taylor, Ruby

Exchange Street

Clinton House on, seminary students and, Vol. 8(4):6

Exposition Park

Rochester Jeffs football team at, Vol. 5(3):7

F

Fair Oaks Avenue

Mediterranean Revival residence on, Vol. 5(2):7 photo

Fairchild, Herman LeRoy

photographs by, Vol. 5(2):1–3

exhibit of, Vol. 5(2):2

Farm equipment

of 1860s, Vol. 8(3):1–3 with photos

Fashion Park

architect for, Vol. 6(2):5

Ferndale Manor Neighborhood

streetlights in, Vol. 5(3):2

Festival of American Music

mentioned, Vol. 2(2):5

Fever Pitch

Gideon Cobb Days presentation by, Vol. 7(3):1

Field, Joseph

quoted as mayor, on streetlights, Vol. 5(3):4

Filipowsky, Richard E.

Temple B’rith Kodesh and, Vol. 3(2):2

Fine, Roselle Goldstein

Brighton schools and, Vol. 4(2):2

Finger Lakes Region

one-room schoolhouse research in, Vol. 8(4):1, 2

Fink, Daniel

illustration from book by, Vol. 8(1):4

Finucane, Frederick

residence of, Vol. 6(2):5

Firestone, Harvey

landscape architect for, Vol. 6(2):5; Vol. 8(2):1

Firestone, Raymond

landscape architect for, Vol. 6(2):5

Firestone, Sigmond/Sigmund (architect)

commissions of, Vol. 4(3):2; Vol. 7(2):5

First Baptist Church

architect of, Vol. 5(3):6

First Church of Christ Scientist

interior photograph of, Vol. 6(4):5

Fishers, NY

brick company in, Vol. 5(2):5

Five Nations of the Iroquois. See Iroquois Confederacy

Flynn, John

mentioned, Vol. 3(1):2

Folsom, Marion Bayard

historical sketch of, Vol. 3(2):4–7

Folsom, Mary

mentioned, Vol. 3(2):6

Forman’s (women’s specialty store). See also B. Forman Co.

mentioned, Vol. 7(2):3

Foster & Gade (architectural firm)

Barnard, Houston and, Vol. 5(1):1

City Directory listing for, Vol. 7(2):5

France, Jean

presentation by, Vol. 8(2):7

Frank Maggio and Brothers

Brighton High School and, Vol. 4(2):2; Vol. 8(4):3

Frankel, Sandra

quoted as town supervisor, on harp lamps, Vol. 5(3):2

Frankfort, Village of

Cobb, Gideon and, Vol. 5(2):3

Franklin Street

bank on, Vol. 3(1):4

Fraysier, Dan

Meadowbrook neighborhood and, Vol. 3(2):3

French

local activity of, Vol. 6(1):3

French Road

former name of, Vol. 2(1):6; Vol. 4(2):3

school(s) on, Vol. 2(1):6; Vol. 4(2):3; Vol. 8(4):2 illus

as residence, Vol. 8(4):1 photo

French Road School. See under Brighton public schools

Friedler, John

business enterprise of – 1800s, Vol. 7(1):5

Friedler, Paul William

business enterprise of – 1800s, Vol. 7(1):5

Friendly Home

HB annual meeting at, Vol. 7(1):1

history of, Vol. 7(1):1 photo caption,3–4

landscape plans for, Vol. 7(1):4 illus

officers/staff of

Dewirst, James E. – early 2000s, Vol. 7(1):1

Morgan, Henry W. – 1910s, Vol. 7(1):3 illus

photos and documents of, Vol. 7(1):1–4 illus

Friends of Ahskwa Sanctuary

mentioned, Vol. 6(1):7

Friends of Mt. Hope Cemetery

Czerkas, Jean and, Vol. 8(2):1

Frisbie, David

mentioned, Vol. 2(1):1

Frisbie, Captain John J. (Jack)

historical sketch of, Vol. 1(4):3; Vol. 2(1):1–2, 8

Frisbie, Ruthella

mentioned, Vol. 2(1):1

Fuller, Philetus S.

mentioned, Vol. 1(3):3

Fulton, Robert

Buckland, Amos Sr. and, Vol. 8(3):4

G

Gade, John

photograph of, Vol. 7(1):3

Gade, John (architect)

mentioned, Vol. 7(1):3 photo caption

Gannett, Frank

landscape architect for, Vol. 6(2):5

residence of, Vol. 7(2):5

Gates, Allen B

Brighton High School and, Vol. 4(2):1

Gaudi, Antonio

lamp post designs by, Vol. 5(3): 3

Genesee Brewery

Corbett’s Glen outings from, Vol. 6(1):5

Genesee Falls

Count Beaujolais painting of, Vol. 6(3):2

Genesee Hospital. See Homeopathic Hospital

Genesee Land Trust

Corbett’s Glen Nature Park and, Vol. 6(1):7

Wheatcraft, Andrew at, Vol. 7(3):1

Genesee Powder Mills

ownership and explosions of, Vol. 7(3):2, 7

Genesee Valley Club

mentioned, Vol. 7(2):3

Geneseo, NY

Nations Road Farm in, Vol. 8(1):4 photo

George Eastman House

architects of, Vol. 6(2):5; Vol. 6(4):4

landscape architects/designs for, Vol. 6(2):5

garden renderings, Vol. 6(4):7

historical sketch of, Vol. 2(3):1–2; Vol. 8(2):1, 5–6

photographs/illustrations of, Vol. 2(3):2, 8; Vol. 3(1):3

Corinthian capital, Vol. 6(2):1

enlargement, Vol. 6(4):4

gardens, Vol. 8(2):1–6

Valentine family in, Vol. 8(2):5

George III, King of England

suburbs and, Vol. 7(2):6

Georgian Court

Barnard, Houston and, Vol. 1(2):7; Vol. 5(1):1

German Brick & Tile Co.

location of, Vol. 5(2):8 map

German-American community

boundaries of, Vol. 1(1):5

Germantown, PA

architecture of, Vol. 7(2):7

Gibbs, A.

property of – 1870s, Vol. 5(3):5 map

Gibbs Street

temple on, Vol. 3(2):1, 2; Vol. 4(3):4

Gibson, Beverly

as HB speaker, Vol. 2(3):1

Gideon Cobb Days

2004, Vol. 5(2):1–4

2005, Vol. 6(3):1, 8

2006, Vol. 7(3):1

2007, Vol. 8(2):8; Vol. 8(3):1, 8

photographs from – 2004, Vol. 5(3):8

Gideon Cobb House

historical sketch of, Vol. 5(2):4

photograph of – 1960s, Vol. 5(2):4

Gleason Works

Corbett’s Glen outings from, Vol. 6(1):5

Glen & Hall Manuf. Co.

property of, Vol. 5(3):5 map

Glen Brothers Nursery

employee of, Vol. 6(4):2

Glen Ellyn Way

Colonial Revival residence on, Vol. 5(2):7 photo

Roselawn and, Vol. 1(4):2; Vol. 5(2):5

Glen Road

Corbett farmhouse and grounds on

history of, Vol. 6(1):3, 4–7

photographs of, Vol. 6(1):2, 5

Corbett’s Glen Nature Park and, Vol. 6(1):7

railroad arch on, Vol. 6(1):4; Vol. 7(3):3

Godowsky, Leopold, Jr.

at Eastman Kodak Company, Vol. 6(2):6

Gonsenhauser, Max

about, Vol. 8(3):3

property holdings of, Vol. 8(3):3, 5

Goodhue, Bertram Grosvenor

mentioned, Vol. 7(2):4, 6

Goodman Street. See South Goodman Street

Goosens, Eugene

as conductor, Vol. 7(2):3

Gordon & Kaelber (architectural firm). See also Kaelber, William G.

designs by, Vol. 6(4):4–5

Browncroft Neighborhood, Vol. 6(4):2

illustrations of, Vol. 6(4):2–3, 5–8

Wenrich renderings of, Vol. 6(4):8

formation of, Vol. 6(4):5

former name of, Vol. 6(2):5; Vol. 6(4):5

historical sketch of, Vol. 6(4):4–5

Stone, Howard L. and, Vol. 7(2):5

Wenrich, John and, Vol. 6(4):7

Gordon & Madden (architectural firm)

Barnard, Houston and, Vol. 5(1):1

church commission of – 1910s, Vol. 6(3):6

City Directory listing for, Vol. 7(2):5

formation of, Vol. 6(4):4

subsequent name of, Vol. 6(2):5; Vol. 6(4):5

Gordon, Bragdon & Orchard

partners in, Vol. 6(4):4

Gordon, Edwin S. (architect)

Eastman correspondence with, Vol. 6(4):6 photo

historical sketch of, Vol. 6(4):4–5

photograph of, Vol. 6(4):4

Gould Brothers

property of – 1870s, Vol. 5(3):5 map

Gould Street

Houston Barnard Tract and, Vol. 1(2):7

Granite Building

architect of, Vol. 3(1):3 photo caption

Greece, NY

Carey, John C. in, Vol. 8(1):7

Green Bay Packers (football team)

mentioned, Vol. 5(3):7

Greenfield Lane

Brayer family residents on, Vol. 8(4):7

Grosvenor Road

Barnard, Houston and, Vol. 1(2):7; Vol. 5(1):1

realty company on, Vol. 5(1):1

Ward commissions on, Vol. 5(1):2, 5 photo, 6, 7

Grove Street

Eastman, George and, Vol. 8(2):4

Gruppe, Charles

Herdle, George and, Vol. 1(1):6

Gun powder industry

mill explosions in, Vol. 7(3):2, 7–8

H

Hagaman, Abraham

mentioned, Vol. 1(3):8

Hagaman, Adrian

mentioned, Vol. 1(3):8

Hagaman, Calvin

mentioned, Vol. 1(3):8

Hagaman, Charles

mentioned, Vol. 1(3):8

Hagaman, David

mentioned, Vol. 1(3):8

Hagaman, Harriet (née Stone)

mentioned, Vol. 1(3):8; Vol. 3(1):2

Hagaman, Howland

mentioned, Vol. 1(3):8

Hagaman, John

historical sketch of, Vol. 1(3):8

residence of, Vol. 4(3):1–2

Hagaman, John, Jr.

mentioned, Vol. 1(3):8

Hagaman, Thirza

mentioned, Vol. 1(3):8

Hagaman’s Corners

defined, Vol. 4(3):2

Hagen, Walter Charles

historical sketch of, Vol. 2(1):3–5

Hall, Ambrose

historical sketch of, Vol. 1(4):6

plaque honoring, Vol. 2(2):8

Hall, Clara

mentioned, Vol. 1(4):6, 7 photo; Vol. 2(2):8

Hall, Clarissa (née Wilcox)

mentioned, Vol. 1(4):6

Hall, J.

property of – 1870s, Vol. 5(3):5 map

Halsey, Richard T.

Brighton Cemetery and, Vol. 1(3):4

Hanlon, Dave

Temple B’rith Kodesh and, Vol. 3(2):2

Hansen, M. A.

residence of, Vol. 8(1):7

Hansen, Margaret

residence of, Vol. 8(1):7

Hansen, William T.

residence of, Vol. 8(1):7

Hanson, Howard

historical sketch of, Vol. 2(2):3–5; Vol. 2(3):5–6

mentioned, Vol. 2(3):7 photo caption

residence of, Vol. 2(3):6 photo

Harbel Manor (Akron, OH)

landscape architect for, Vol. 8(2):1

Harley School

photograph of, Vol. 8(4):6

Harp lamps/luminaries

photographs of, Vol. 5(3):2, 3

as town landmarks, history of, Vol. 5(3):2–3

Harper, Mathilda

business of, interior photographs, Vol. 6(3):4

Harper Method Salon

interior photographs of, Vol. 6(3):4

Harrington, Thompson

business enterprise of – 1800s, Vol. 7(1):5–6

Harris, Gordon

Brighton High School and, Vol. 4(2):2; Vol. 8(4):4

Hart, Roswell

ship building on farm of – early 1800s, Vol. 6(3):3

Hart, S.

property of, Vol. 5(3):5 map

Hasher, Carol Caley

acknowledgment of, Vol. 6(2):8

Hatch brothers

business enterprise of – early 1800s, Vol. 6(3):3

Hawley, S. C.

Moore, Isaac and, Vol. 1(1):4

Hebner, Ceron E.

mentioned, Vol. 1(3):4

Helen Whitney Miller’s (apparel)

interior photos and business card of, Vol. 6(3):4

Henahan, Donal

mentioned, Vol. 2(2):5

Herald (newspaper)

Democrat and Chronicle and, Vol. 5(3):1

employee of, Vol. 5(3):1

Herdle, Elizabeth (née Bachman)

mentioned, Vol. 1(1):6

Herdle, G

The Lock at Brighton by, Vol. 4(2):1 illus

Herdle, George

historical sketch of, Vol. 1(1):5–6

Herdle, Gertrude

mentioned, Vol. 1(1):6

Herdle, Isabel

mentioned, Vol. 1(1):5, 6

Herman, William

mentioned, Vol. 1(3):4

Herrick, Francis Hobart

quoted, on Audubon, Vol. 1(1):7

Hershberg’s (jewelry store)

mentioned, Vol. 7(2):3

Hibiscus (Street/Road)

Landon family residents/residences on, Vol. 4(2):3–4

Hickey-Freeman Company

Corbett’s Glen outings from, Vol. 6(1):5

Highland Avenue

airfield near – 1910s, Vol. 2(1):1

canal bridge at, Vol. 1(1):5

Houston Barnard Tract and, Vol. 1(2):7

as Indian Trail, Vol. 1(3):8; Vol. 4(3):5

residents/residences on

Cobb family, Vol. 4(3):6; Vol. 5(2):4

Hagaman family, Vol. 1(3):8; Vol. 4(3):1–2

schools on/near, Vol. 2(1):6; Vol. 4(2):2; Vol. 8(4):2 photo

Highland Hospital

Firestone, Siegmond and, Vol. 7(2):5

Highland Park

naming of Robinson Drive in, Vol. 5(3): 3

Hill Farm

holdings and owners of, Vol. 4(2):4

Hill, Luther W.

residence of, Vol. 4(2):4

Hill, Mary

residence of, Vol. 4(2):4

Hill, Naomi

residence of, Vol. 4(2):4

Hill, William

residence of, Vol. 4(2):4

Hill, William T.

residence of, Vol. 4(2):4

Hillel School

former site use of, Vol. 2(1):7

Hillside Avenue

school on, Vol. 2(1):6; Vol. 4(2):3

subsequent name of, Vol. 2(1):6; Vol. 4(2):3

Hillside Children’s Center

Eastman Dormitory for Boys at, Vol. 2(3):4 photo

farm of, Vol. 8(3):5

Kodakids at, Vol. 2(3):3

as Rochester Orphan Asylum, Vol. 8(3):5 photo caption

photograph of – 1920s, Vol. 5(2):2

Hilton, NY

one-room schoolhouse research in, Vol. 8(4):1

Historic Preservation Commissions. See Brighton Historic Preservation Commission; Irondequoit, Town of

Hobbie, A. C.

as auctioneer, Vol. 8(3):1

Hobby, Oveta Culp

mentioned, Vol. 3(2):6

Holcomb, NY

brickyards in, Vol. 5(2):3

Hollywood Avenue

Roselawn and, Vol. 1(4):2; Vol. 5(2):5

Home Acres Neighborhood

aerodrome on site of – 1910s, Vol. 1(4): 3

presentation on, Vol. 8(2):7

streetlights in, Vol. 5(3):2

Home for the Friendless. See also Friendly Home

history of, Vol. 7(1):1–3 illus captions

Homeopathic Hospital

Herdle, George at, Vol. 1(1):6

Honeoye Falls, NY

one-room schoolhouse research in, Vol. 8(4):1

Hopkins, Caleb

daughter’s namesake, Vol. 6(3):3

Houston Barnard Realty Company

locations and architects for, Vol. 5(1):1

proprietor of, Vol. 7(2):8

Houston Barnard Tract

architectural styles in, Vol. 7(2):2, 4

historical sketch of, Vol. 7(2):2–5

map of, Vol. 1(2):7; Vol. 7(2):1

mentioned, Vol. 7(2):6

residents/residences on

architects for, Vol. 7(2):5

photographs of, Vol. 7(2):2–5

Ward commissions for, Vol. 5(1):2

streetlights in, Vol. 5(3):2

Howard Johnson’s

at Twelve Corners, Vol. 2(3):7 photo caption

Howes, George E.

mentioned, Vol. 1(3):3

Howk, Cynthia

as HB speaker, Vol. 3(1):1; Vol. 3(2):1

quoted, on Corbett farmhouse, Vol. 6(1):6

Hoyt Place

Brighton Cemetery on, Vol. 1(2):3–6; Vol. 6(3):7

Hubbard, (no given name)

quoted, on powder and tin business, Vol. 7(3):2

Hubbell, Walter S.

Columbian Exposition of 1893 photo by, Vol. 8(1):1

landscape architect for, Vol. 6(2):5

mentioned, Vol. 3(2):4

Hudson River

Buckland, Amos Sr. and, Vol. 8(3):4

Hunt, Richard Morris

mentioned, Vol. 7(2):4

Huron Nation

mentioned, Vol. 4(1):8

Hutchison, Charles F.

mentioned, Vol. 2(3):2 illus caption

Hutchison, George

Barnard, Houston and, Vol. 5(1):1

City Directory listing for, Vol. 7(2):5

I

Indian Landing

photograph of, Vol. 8(4):8

residents and businesses of- c. 1800, Vol. 6(3):3

school near – early 1800s, Vol. 8(4):2 illus

Indian Landing School

historical sketch of, Vol. 8(4):7 with photo

Ingersoll, Dr. Edwin S.

residence of, Vol. 6(4):5 photo

Ingle, Arthur

residence of, Vol. 5(1):7

Institute for Musical Art

Eastman, George and, Vol. 2(2):3

International Museum of Photography. See George Eastman House

Iola Sanitarium

Firestone, Siegmond and, Vol. 7(2):5

Irondequoit Creek

Native Americans and, Vol. 6(1):2

Irondequoit, Town of

Historic Preservation Commission member, Vol. 8(2):1

Iroquois Confederacy

historical sketch of, Vol. 4(1):7–8

Irving, Frank W.

mentioned, Vol. 1(3):4

Irwin, Miss

property of – 1870s, Vol. 5(3):5 map

J

J. Conolly, Fairbanks & Comrie

mill explosions and, Vol. 7(3):2

J. L. Booth Manuf.

property of, Vol. 5(3):5 map

Jacobus, Donald I.

quoted, on spelling of names, Vol. 1(2):5

James L. Garrett Co.

mentioned, Vol. 2(3):6 photo caption

Jefferson Football Club. See Rochester Jeffs

Jerome, Clara (née Hall)

mentioned, Vol. 1(4):6, 7; Vol. 2(2):8

Jerome Family

members of, Vol. 2(2):8

Jerome, Jennie

mentioned, Vol. 1(4):6, 7; Vol. 2(2):8

Jerome, Lawrence R.

mentioned, Vol. 1(4):7

Jerome, Leonard

historical sketch of, Vol. 1(4):7

mentioned, Vol. 1(4):6; Vol. 2(2):8

John Tryon & Adams store

Culver, Oliver and, Vol. 6(3):3

Johnson, Walter

mentioned, Vol. 2(1):2

Jones, Bobby

Hagen, Walter C. and, Vol. 2(1):4

Jones Park

Eastman, George and, Vol. 8(2):4

Joseph Shale (business)

advert/flyer from, Vol. 8(1):3

Journal of the Home (periodical)

publisher, content, and cover page of – 1860s, Vol. 7(1):2

Jump, Walter V.

mentioned, Vol. 1(3):3

JYMA

Firestone, Siegmond and, Vol. 7(2):5

JYWA

Firestone, Siegmond and, Vol. 7(2):5

K

Kabelac, Karl S.

mentioned, Vol. 2(2):8

Kaelber, George J.

family and business of, Vol. 6(4):2

Kaelber, William G.

as architect (See Gordon & Kaelber)

in Eastman Theatre mural, Vol. 6(4):4 photo caption, 5

family of, Vol. 6(4):2

photograph of, Vol. 6(4):4

residence of, Vol. 6(4):1 photo, 2

Kaish, Louise

Temple B’rith Kodesh and, Vol. 3(2):2

Karp, Abraham

mentioned, Vol. 3(2):3

Katz, Abram

residence of, architect and location of, Vol. 6(2):5

Kauffman, Henry J.

quoted, as author, Vol. 8(1):5

Keating, Kenneth B. (1900-1975)

biographical sketch of, Vol. 5(3):6

photograph of, Vol. 5(3):6

residence of, Vol. 5(3):6, 6 photo

Keating, Louise De Puy

mentioned, Vol. 5(3):6

residence and spouse of, Vol. 5(3):6, 6 photos

Keck, Henry (1873-1956)

historical sketch of, Vol. 5(1):6

Kelly, Charles

mentioned, Vol. 1(3):4

Kemp, Lea

as HB speaker, Vol. 5(3):1

professional life of, Vol. 5(3):8

Kingston, Harry H.

mentioned, Vol. 1(3):4

Kissinger, Henry A.

quoted as Secretary of State, on Kenneth B. Keating, Vol. 5(3):6

Kleiner, George

mentioned, Vol. 1(3):4

Klingenberg, Alf

Eastman, George and, Vol. 2(2):3, 5

Knapp, Dr. Peter

mentioned, Vol. 4(2):7

Kodak Park. See under Eastman Kodak Company

Kodak Research Laboratories. See under Eastman Kodak Company

Kodakids

about, Vol. 2(3):3–4

L

La Salle, René Robert Cavelier, sieur de

mentioned, Vol. 3(1):1

Lafayette, General

mentioned, Vol. 1(2):5

photograph of, Vol. 6(3):2

Lake Avenue

German-American community and, Vol. 1(1):5

LaMay’s Drug Store

site of, Vol. 6(3):4–5 photos

Lamps

streetlights, as town landmarks, Vol. 5(3):2–3

Landing Road

as Indian Trail, Vol. 1(2):4; Vol. 4(3):5

schools on, Vol. 8(4):7

Landmark Society of Western New York, Vol. 1(1):1

founder of, Vol. 3(1):3

House and Garden Tour of, Vol. 8(2):7

library of, Vol. 6(4):7

officer/board member of, Vol. 8(1):2

Stone-Tolan House and, Vol. 1(2):5

trustee of, Vol. 8(2):1

Landmarks

Brighton residences (See under Brighton Historic Preservation Commission)

harp lamps/luminaries as, Vol. 5(3):2–3

Landon, William D.

residence of, Vol. 4(2):3, 6

Lanphear, Mary Jo (Brighton Town Historian)

academic background of, Vol. 8(4):1

Buckland Farmstead records and, Vol. 8(3):5

HB presentations by, Vol. 4(2):1; Vol. 5(2):1; Vol. 8(4):1

Leavitt, Roger P.

mentioned, Vol. 3(2):7

Lehigh Valley Railroad

mentioned, Vol. 4(3):9

Lehmann, Gary

as HB speaker, Vol. 8(2):8

Lemoyne Manor (Syracuse, NY)

mentioned, Vol. 5(1):7

Levitown (neighborhood)

mentioned, Vol. 7(2):6

Lewis, Gladys (née Rowland)

family and residence of, Vol. 4(2):4

Lewis, Warren

residence of, Vol. 4(2):4

Lighting

landmark streetlights, Vol. 5(3):2–3

of streets, timeline of, Vol. 5(3): 4

Liguori, Mother Superior

mentioned, Vol. 3(1):2

Linden Avenue

Friendly Home on, illustrations of, Vol. 7(1):1, 4

Linden Knoll apartment complex, Vol. 7(1):1 photo

Linden Road

Corbett’s Glen trolley stop on, Vol. 6(1):4

Lindsay, Alexander

landscape architect for, Vol. 6(2):5

Lomb, Carl

landscape architect for, Vol. 6(2):5

Long, George

Meadowbrook and, Vol. 3(2):3

Louis Phillippe, King of France

as local guest, Vol. 6(3):2

mentioned, Vol. 1(2):5

photograph of, Vol. 6(3):2

Lowell, Francis Cabot

Lowell, MA and, Vol. 7(2):6

Lowell, MA

as early suburb, Vol. 7(2):6

Lowell Street (West)

bottling company on – 1800s, Vol. 7(1):5

Ludwig, Jerry

quoted as preservation commission chair, on harp lamps, Vol. 5(3):2

Lutyens, Sir Edwin (architect)

mentioned, Vol. 7(2):7

Lyceum

mentioned, Vol. 7(2):3

Lyons, NY

resident of, Thompson Harrington as, Vol. 7(1):5

M

MacMillan, Harold

mentioned, Vol. 1(3):4

Madden, William V. (architect)

partner Edwin Gordon and, Vol. 6(4):4 (See also Gordon & Madden)

retirement of, Vol. 6(4):5

Main Street

Buckland family residents/residences on – early 1800s, Vol. 8(3):4, 6

City Hall Tower on – 1911, Vol. 5(3): 4 photo

commercial enterprises on, Vol. 8(3):6

East Avenue as, Vol. 6(3):3

German-American community and, Vol. 1(1):6

Main Street Bridge

commercial enterprise on, Vol. 8(3):6

Makintosh, Charles Rennie (architect)

mentioned, Vol. 7(2):7

Malo, Paul

Carey-Harper House evaluation by, Vol. 8(1):7

Malvern Neighborhood

streetlights in, Vol. 5(3):2

Manaseri, Christopher B.

academic background and positions of, Vol. 8(4):1

as HB speaker, Vol. 8(4):1

one-room schoolhouse research by, Vol. 8(4):1, 2

Manchester, NH

resident of, Ebenezer Eastman as, Vol. 8(2):3

Manhattan Restaurant

mentioned, Vol. 7(2):3

Mannes, Leopold

at Eastman Kodak Company, Vol. 6(2):6

Manning, William L.

mentioned, Vol. 1(3):3

Maplewood Drive

Rodenbeck residence on, Vol. 5(1):7

Maplewood Park

Eastman, George and, Vol. 8(2):4

Maps

aerodrome site, Vol. 1(4):2

Brighton annexations – 1800s, Vol. 4(1):4

Brighton boundaries – 1810s, Vol. 2(1): 7; Vol. 4(1):4

Brighton Village – 1872, Vol. 5(3):5; Vol. 6(1):8; Vol. 6(3):8

Buckland residences and businesses, Vol. 1(2):1

Houston Barnard tracts, Vol. 1(2):7; Vol. 7(2):1

Monroe Avenue historic sites, Vol. 5(2):8

North America – 1750s, Vol. 4(2):8

proposed development affecting Corbett’s Glen Nature Park – 2000s, Vol. 8(4):8

Roselawn neighborhood, Vol. 5(2):5, 6

Tryon reconstruction, Vol. 8(4):2

Marbles

as Buckland Farm artifacts, Vol. 7(1):6

production and use of, Vol. 7(1):6

Marcotte, Bob

as HB speaker, Vol. 2(1):1; Vol. 7(2):1

Marshall, NY

resident of, Harvey Eastman as, Vol. 8(2):3

Maxion, Janet

mentioned, Vol. 1(4):6

plaque mentioning, Vol. 2(2):8

Maxion, William

mentioned, Vol. 1(4):6

plaque mentioning, Vol. 2(2):8

May, Horace

East Avenue property of, Vol. 6(2):4

MCC (Monroe Community College)

original site of, Vol. 8(4):6

McCartney, Henry

as HB speaker, Vol. 6(1):1

photograph of, Vol. 6(1):1

professional life of, Vol. 6(1):1

McCurdy’s (department store)

mentioned, Vol. 7(2):3

McFarland’s (men’s store)

mentioned, Vol. 7(2):3

McGregor, Daniel

business of – early 1900s, Vol. 8(3):5

McGregor, Milton Roy

business of – early 1900s, Vol. 8(3):5

farm of, Vol. 8(3):5

McKeon, Ellen

mentioned, Vol. 3(1):2

McKim, Charles Follen

mentioned, Vol. 7(2):4

McKim, Mead & White (architects)

Eastman Theatre design and, Vol. 6(4):5

mentioned, Vol. 7(2):6

suburban designs of, Vol. 7(2):7

McMann, John

mentioned, Vol. 1(3):3

McMoran, J.

property of – 1870s, Vol. 5(3):5 map

McNab, Donald

spouse of, Vol. 8(4):2

Tryon map by, Vol. 8(4):2 illus

McNab, Margaret

as Brighton Town Historian, Vol. 8(4):2

spouse of, Vol. 8(4):2

McQuaid, Bishop Bernard

George Eastman and Maplewood Park and, Vol. 8(2):4

McQuaid Jesuit Catholic School

mentioned, Vol. 8(4):6

Meadowbrook Neighborhood

historical sketch of, excerpts from, Vol. 3(2):3, 7; Vol. 4(1):5–6

mentioned, Vol. 7(2):6

streetlights in, Vol. 5(3):2

Meadowbrook Neighborhood Association

historical sketch of, Vol. 4(1):5–6

Meadowview School. See under Brighton public schools

Meath, Mr. & Mrs. Howard

Corbett’s Glen purchase by – 1950s, Vol. 6(1):5

Mechanics Institute

Herdle, George and, Vol. 1(1):6

student at – 1910s, Vol. 6(4):7

subsequent name of, Vol. 6(4):6

Mees, Charles Edward Kenneth (1882-1960)

historical sketch of, Vol. 6(2):6

photograph of, with Eastman and Edison, Vol. 6(2):6

Memorial Art Gallery

Herdle, George and, Vol. 1(1):5, 6

Herdle, Gertrude and, Vol. 1(1):6

portrait of Nathaniel Rochester at, John J. Audubon and, Vol. 1(1):7

Mendon Ponds Park

photograph of kames in – 1890s, Vol. 5(2):2

Menne, Raymond

mentioned, Vol. 1(3):4

Mercer, Henry Chapman (1856-1930)

mentioned, Vol. 5(1):6

Merchants Road

passenger and freight service on – 1800s, Vol. 5(2):3

Mercy Complex. See under Sisters of Mercy

Merrill, Arch

burial site of, Vol. 6(3):7

gravestone of, Vol. 1(2):6 photo

mentioned, Vol. 1(3):4

Merz, Phillipp

University of Rochester design and, Vol. 6(4):5

Meyers, Albert

mentioned, Vol. 3(2):7

Miles, Letitia

Brighton High School and, Vol. 4(2):1

Mill, S.

property of, Vol. 5(3):5 map

Miller, C.

property of – 1870s, Vol. 5(3):5 map

Miller, William

residence of, Vol. 4(2):3

Minnamon, Caroline. See Taylor, Caroline

Mitchell, Samuel L.

mentioned, Vol. 1(1):7

Mohawk Nation

mentioned, Vol. 4(1):8

Moisant Aviation Company

air show of – 1910s, Vol. 1(4):1, 3–4

Moisant Fliers

Frisbie, John J. and, Vol. 2(1):2

Moisant, John B.

mentioned, Vol. 2(1):2

Monroe 2-Orleans BOCES

superintendent of, Vol. 8(4):1

Monroe Avenue

airfield near – 1910s, Vol. 1(4):3; Vol. 2(1):1

canal route and, Vol. 1(1):5

Cobb family residents/residences on, Vol. 4(3):6; Vol. 5(2):4

commercial enterprises on

brickyards on/near, Vol. 1(3):7; Vol. 4(3):4; Vol. 5(2):3

stamp and coin shop, Vol. 7(1):6

tollhouse, Vol. 4(1):3

fee proposal for – 1850, Vol. 1(1):8

Gideon Cobb Days walk on, Vol. 5(2):1

historic sites on, Vol. 5(2):8 map

origin and previous name of, Vol. 5(2):3

as plank road, Vol. 4(1):1–4; Vol. 4(3):8

Roselawn and, Vol. 1(4):2; Vol. 5(2):5, 5, 6 photos

schools on, Vol. 2(1):6; Vol. 4(2):2, 6; Vol. 8(4):2 photo, 3, 4

sports field on (See Sheehan’s Field)

Monroe Avenue Estates

mentioned, Vol. 4(2):6

Monroe Avenue Land and Improvement Co.

brickyard purchase of, Vol. 5(2):5

Roselawn and, Vol. 1(4):2

Monroe Community College

original site of, Vol. 8(4):6

Monroe Community Hospital

historical sketch of, Vol. 4(3):2

Monroe County Agricultural Society

member of, Vol. 1(3):7

Monroe County Hospital

architects of, Vol. 7(2):5

Monroe County Insane Asylum

mentioned, Vol. 1(3):7

Monroe County Office Building

architect for, Vol. 3(1):3 photo caption

Monroe High School

Indian Landing School graduates and, Vol. 8(4):7

Monroe Street

Monroe Avenue known as, Vol. 1(3):7

Moore, Major Caleb E.

mentioned, Vol. 1(3):3

Moore, Isaac

Bloss Brewster, Celestia A. and, Vol. 1(3):3, 6

Clover Street Seminary and, Vol. 1(3):3, 6

Cogswell, Joseph Herbert and, Vol. 7(3):2

historical sketch of, Vol. 1(1):4

Monroe Avenue and, Vol. 1(1):8; Vol. 4(1):1–2, 3, 4

Morgan, Henry W.

Home for the Friendless and, Vol. 7(1):3 photo caption

Eastman correspondence with – 1917, Vol. 7(1):3 illus

photograph of, Vol. 7(1):3

residence of, Vol. 7(1):3 photo

Morris Drive

subsequent name of, Vol. 1(2):7

Morris, William

arts and crafts movement and, Vol. 5(1):2–3

Morse, Captain John

mentioned, Vol. 1(3):3

Mound people

mentioned, Vol. 4(1):7

Mount Hope Avenue

pottery enterprise on – 1800s, Vol. 7(1):6

Mount Hope Cemetery

Home for the Friendless plot in, Vol. 7(1):2 illus

illustration of, Vol. 2(3):7

Municipal Arts Commission

members of, Vol. 5(3): 3, 4

Mutch, William

mentioned, Vol. 1(3):4

Myers, Elmer A.

mentioned, Vol. 1(3):4

N

National (men’s store)

mentioned, Vol. 7(2):3

National Football League

mentioned, Vol. 5(3):7

Nations Road Farm, Geneseo, NY, Vol. 8(1):4 photo

Native Americans

Iroquois Confederacy, historical sketch of, Vol. 4(1):7–8

Westfall Road artifact of, Vol. 7(1):5

Natt, Valentine

mentioned, Vol. 1(3):3

New York Central & Hudson River Railroad

Corbett’s Glenn and, Vol. 6(1):4

local station of, Vol. 4(3):9

New York Central Railroad

Corbett Farmhouse and, with photo, Vol. 7(3):3

New York City

Buckland, Amos Sr. in, Vol. 8(3):4

Carpenter, Charles in, Vol. 8(4):3

New York State

Central School Law, Brighton schools and, Vol. 8(4):3

New York State Board for the Interior Design Profession

member of, Vol. 8(1):2

New York State Dredging Co.

Barnard, Houston and, Vol. 1(2):7

New York State Farm Census of 1855

Buckland Family/Farmstead (of Amos) data from, Vol. 8(1):6; Vol. 8(3):2

New York Symphony

mentioned, Vol. 2(2):3

New York Water Color Society

Herdle, George and, Vol. 1(1):6

New York World’s Fairs

illustrator for, Vol. 6(4):7

Newhall, Watson

in childhood photo with Dryden children, Vol. 8(2):6

Newspapers

photographer for, Albert R. Stone, Vol. 5(3):1

Newton Drive

Meadowbrook and, Vol. 3(2):3

98 Acres: The Story of Meadowbrook, Brighton, N.Y. by Robyn Schaefer

excerpts from, Vol. 3(2):3, 7; Vol. 4(1):5–6

Nolen, John

mentioned, Vol. 7(2):6

Norris, Darrell

Gideon Cobb Days presentation by, Vol. 5(2):1

as HB speaker, Vol. 5(1):1

Norris, George

mentioned, Vol. 1(3):3

Norris, J. B.

property of – 1870s, Vol. 5(3):5 map

North Avenue

subsequent name of, Vol. 5(3):5 photo caption, map

North Road

subsequent name, Vol. 1(4):8

Northfield township

East Avenue construction in, Vol. 6(3):3

land prices and Oliver Culver purchase in – early 1800s, Vol. 6(3):3

subdivision of – 1810s, Vol. 6(2):1

Northrup, Elijah

mentioned, Vol. 4(2):5

Northrup, Job

mentioned, Vol. 1(3):3

Nottingham, University of (England)

Manaseri, Christopher B. at, Vol. 8(4):1

Nugent, Walter

mentioned, Vol. 3(1):2

Nurse, Howard

Barnard, Houston and, Vol. 5(1):1

City Directory listing for, Vol. 7(2):5

O

Oak Hill Country Club

Hagen, Walter C. and, Vol. 2(1):5

Oak Lane

Folsom family residents/residences on, Vol. 3(2):6 photo, 7

Oakdale Drive

Hanson family residents/residences on, Vol. 2(2):4; Vol. 2(3):6 photo

Obadashians

property purchase and sale by, Vol. 6(1):6

Oliver Culver House

construction, use, and location of, Vol. 6(3):3

photograph of, Vol. 6(3):3

Oliver Street

naming of, Vol. 6(3):3

Olmsted Brothers

De Forest, Alling Stephen and, Vol. 6(2):5

Olmsted, Frederick, Jr.

De Forest, Alling Stephen and, Vol. 6(2):5

Olmsted, Frederick Law

mentioned, Vol. 7(2):6

quoted, on Pinnacle Range, Vol. 2(2):2

Commonwealth Road

resident of, Debbie Taub as, Vol. 8(3):2

Onderdonk, David

mentioned, Vol. 1(3):3

Oneida County, NY

Eastman family in (See Waterville, NY)

Oneida Nation

mentioned, Vol. 4(1):8

One-room schoolhouses

dissertation/talk on, Vol. 8(4):1, 2

Onondaga Nation

mentioned, Vol. 4(1):8

Ontario County

officer of, Vol. 8(4):1

Orchard Road

subsequent name of, Vol. 1(2):7

Oregon Street

church on, Vol. 3(1):4

O’Rorke, Colonel Patrick

photograph of, Vol. 2(1):1

Orringh Stone Tavern. See Stone-Tolan House

Otis, Stephen

Monroe Avenue and, Vol. 4(1):3, 4

Otis, William

brick works of, Vol. 5(2):3

Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic School

mentioned, Vol. 8(4):6

Our Lady of Mercy High School

historical sketch of, Vol. 3(1):2

mentioned, Vol. 8(4):6 with photo

Our Lady Queen of Peace Catholic School

mentioned, Vol. 8(4):6

“Out of the Fog” (movie)

stills from, Vol. 6(2):7 photo

Ox Taxi Service Company (1800s)

mentioned, Vol. 4(3):5

P

Palmerston

Drake farm site and, Vol. 1(4):8

Paris Hill (Oneida County, NY)

Kilbourn homestead on, Vol. 8(2):3

Parochial schools. See also Our Lady of Mercy High School

Hillel, Vol. 2(1):7

McQuaid Jesuit, Vol. 8(4):6

Our Lady of Lourdes, Vol. 8(4):6

Our Lady Queen of Peace, Vol. 8(4):6

Seton Catholic School, Vol. 8(4):6

Sienna Catholic Academy, Vol. 8(4):6

St. Agnes High School, Vol. 8(4):6 with illus

St. Thomas More, Vol. 8(4):6

Parsons, Colonel Bloss

mentioned, Vol. 1(2):4

Parsons, Eliza (née Blossom)

mentioned, Vol. 1(2):4

Parsons Family

destruction of home of, Vol. 2(3):7 photo caption

Parsons, Marshfield

burial site of, Vol. 6(3):7

Corbett’s Glen property of, Vol. 6(1):3

historical sketch of, Vol. 1(2):4

quoted, on business enterprise, Vol. 7(3):2 (See also Parsons Powder Mill)

Parsons Powder Mill

explosion at, Vol. 6(1):3; Vol. 7(3):7–8

historical sketch and subsequent use of, Vol. 7(3):2, 7–8

mentioned, Vol. 6(1):4

Parsons, Samuel

Eastman, George and, Vol. 8(2):5

Patchen, William

mentioned, Vol. 1(3):3

Patrick Corbett House. See Corbett Farmhouse

Paul W. Friedler Bottling Works

Buckland Farmhouse artifact from, Vol. 7(1):5

Pearl Street

Buckland family residents/residences on, Vol. 8(3):2

Peck, Mrs. Everard

residence of, Vol. 7(1):2 photo

Rochester Female Charitable Society and, Vol. 7(1):2 photo caption

Peck, Henry J.

quoted, on Justus Yale, Vol. 1(2):6

Pelham Road

Barnard, Houston and, Vol. 1(2):7; Vol. 5(1):1

Ward commissions on, Vol. 5(1):2

Penfield, NY

Cobb (Gideon) property in, Vol. 5(2):3

schools in, Vol. 8(4):7

one-room schoolhouse research on, Vol. 8(4):1

Penfield-Landing Road Neighborhood

streetlights in, Vol. 5(3):2

Peris, Dr. Henry (Harv)

as superintendent, Vol. 8(4):1

Perrin, A.

property of – 1870s, Vol. 5(3):5 map

Perrin, Lewis B.

East Avenue property of, Vol. 6(2):4

Phillies Baseball Club

Hagen, Walter C. and, Vol. 2(1):4

Photographers

Stone, Albert R. (See Stone, Albert R.)

Pike’s Stained Glass Studio

mentioned, Vol. 5(1):6

Pinnacle Hill range

brick industry and, Vol. 5(2):4, 5

Fairchild photographs of, Vol. 5(2):2, 3

Pinnacle Road

subsequent name of, Vol. 1(3):8

Pioneers of American Landscape Design by Jean Czerkas

mentioned, Vol. 8(2):1

Pittsford Central Schools

Allen Creek School and, Vol. 8(4):7 with photo

Pittsford, NY

founding of, Vol. 6(2):1

Pittsford Street

East Avenue as, Vol. 6(2):1; Vol. 6(3):3

Platt, Charles

mentioned, Vol. 7(2):4

Platt, J. Mills

Barnard, Houston and, Vol. 5(1):1

City Directory listing for, Vol. 7(2):5

Pope, John Russell

mentioned, Vol. 7(2):4

Porter, Clyde H.

mentioned, Vol. 1(3):4

Porter, Ruth Kingston

as HB speaker, Vol. 1(4):1

as HBN guest author, Vol. 1(2):3–6; Vol. 1(3):3–5

Pottery

Buckland Farm artifacts, Vol. 7(1):5–6 with illus

Pottsville Maroons (football team)

mentioned, Vol. 5(3):7

Powder mills

in Corbett’s Glen, explosions of, Vol. 7(3):2, 7–8

Powers Block

realty company in, Vol. 5(1):1

Powers Building

mentioned, Vol. 5(3):5; Vol. 8(3):7 photo caption

Powers, Daniel

commercial building of, Vol. 8(3):7 photo caption

Pratt, C.C.

Moore, Isaac and, Vol. 1(3):6

Pratt, George W.

Monroe Avenue and, Vol. 4(1):4

Press, Norma

mentioned, Vol. 4(2):7

Prince Street

music school on, Vol. 2(2):3

Private schools

Allendale/Columbia School, Vol. 8(4):7 with photo

Clover Street Seminary (See Clover Street Seminary)

Harley School, Vol. 8(4):6 photo

parochial (See Parochial schools)

Public schools. See Brighton public schools; specific school, school district, or town

Public Works Administration

Brighton High School and, Vol. 8(4):3

Public Works Administration (PWA)

Brighton High School and, Vol. 4(2):1

Pullis, Mr. (no given name)

as coroner, Vol. 7(3):7

Pullman, George

Pullman, IL and, Vol. 7(2):6

Pullman, IL

as early suburb, Vol. 7(2):6

PWA. See Public Works Administration

Q

Quant, Teddy

residence of, Vol. 4(2):6

R

Rahn, Katherine W.

mentioned, Vol. 1(3):7

RAITN (Rochester Area Interactive Telecommunications Network)

mentioned, Vol. 2(1):7

Rauschenberg, Walker

quoted, on Pinnacle Hill, Vol. 5(2):4

RCA building (New York City)

Wenrich renderings of, Vol. 6(4):8

Recollect Missionaries

mentioned, Vol. 3(1):1

Red Cross. See American Red Cross

Reed Glass Works

mentioned, Vol. 7(1):5

Reed, Dr. Ronald

residence, restoration of, Vol. 6(2):2

design statement for, Vol. 6(2):3 with sketches

Reichart, Barbara (née Will)

quoted, on residence, Vol. 5(1):7

Reichart, Robert

residence of, Vol. 5(1):7

Reynolds Arcade

printing office in, Vol. 7(3):2

Rhees, Rush

Hanson, Howard and, Vol. 2(2):3

Rhinecliff Drive

school on, Vol. 8(4):6

Ribson, Leo

Warner, J. Foster and, Vol. 3(1):2, 4

Richards, Winfield S.

mentioned, Vol. 1(3):3

Richardson, Henry Hobson

mentioned, Vol. 7(2):4; Vol. 8(3):7 photo caption

Ridge Road

as Indian Trail, Vol. 4(3):5

Rite Aid Pharmacy

former site use of, Vol. 5(3):7

Ritter, Frank

residence of, architect and location of, Vol. 6(2):5

River Road

East Avenue known as, Vol. 6(2):1

RMSC. See Rochester Museum and Science Center

Robinson, Charles Mulford

City Beautiful Movement and, Vol. 5(3): 3, 4

Municipal Arts Commission and, Vol. 5(3): 3, 4

professional life of, Vol. 5(3): 4

road named for, Vol. 5(3): 3, 4

Robinson Drive

location and naming of, Vol. 5(3): 3, 4

Rochester Aeronautic Club

air show of – 1910s, Vol. 1(4):1, 3–4

Rochester Area Interactive Telecommunications Network (RAITN)

mentioned, Vol. 2(1):7

Rochester Art Club

Herdle, George and, Vol. 1(1):5, 6

Rochester Athenaeum

Herdle, George and, Vol. 1(1):6

Rochester Brick and Tile Co.

local closing and relocation of – 1910s, Vol. 5(2):5

location of, Vol. 5(2):8 map

mentioned, Vol. 1(3):7; Vol. 1(4):2

production of, Vol. 1(4):4

Rochester Brick and Tile Works

historical sketch of, Vol. 4(3):4

Rochester City & Brighton Railroad Company

historical sketch of, Vol. 4(3):7

Rochester City Directory of 1918

architects listed in, Vol. 7(2):5

Rochester City Hospital. See Rochester General Hospital

Rochester, City of

Brighton annexations by, Vol. 5(3):5; Vol. 6(2):1; Vol. 8(4):3

Rochester Club

mentioned, Vol. 7(2):3

Rochester Daily Democrat (newspaper)

on powder mill explosions, Vol. 7(3):2, 7

Rochester Dental Dispensary. See Eastman Dental Center

Rochester Eastern Railway

historical sketch of, Vol. 4(3):8

Rochester Female Charitable Society

origins of, Vol. 7(1):2

Selden, Mrs. Samuel and, Vol. 7(1):2

Rochester Free Academy

students/graduates of, Vol. 1(2):7

Rochester Gas & Electric Company

streetlights of, Vol. 5(3):2–3, 4

Rochester Gas Light Company

history of, Vol. 5(3):4

Rochester Genealogical Society

Brighton Cemetery and, Vol. 1(3):4

Rochester General Hospital

architect of – 1910s, Vol. 6(4):4

Rochester German Brick and Tile Co.

mentioned, Vol. 1(3):7

Rochester Gun Club

property of, Vol. 4(2):3

Rochester “Herald” (newspaper). See Herald

Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT)

former name of, Vol. 6(4):7 (See also Mechanics Institute)

Rochester Jeffs (football team)

brief history of, Vol. 5(3):7

photograph of 1914 team, Vol. 5(3):7

Rochester Museum and Science Center (RMSC)

Albert R. Stone Collection of, Vol. 5(3):1

Kemp, Lea at, Vol. 5(3):8

potter/pottery exhibit at – 1970s, Vol. 7(1):6

Semposki, Dr. Martha at, Vol. 7(1):5

Rochester, Nathaniel

East Avenue and, Vol. 6(3):3

local achievements of, Vol. 4(1):4 illus caption

portrait of, John J. Audubon and, Vol. 1(1):7

Rochester National Guard

at air show – 1910s, Vol. 1(4):3

Rochester Orphan Asylum

farm of, Vol. 8(3):5

photograph of – 1920s, Vol. 5(2):2

subsequent name of, Vol. 8(3):5 photo caption

Rochester Parks Department

roses developed by, Vol. 8(2):3

Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra

events and conductors of – 1920s, Vol. 7(2):3

Hanson, Howard and, Vol. 2(2):4–5

mentioned, Vol. 2(2):3

Rochester Public Library

Rundel Building architect, Vol. 6(4):5, 5 photo

Rochester Railways

Barnard, Houston and, Vol. 1(2):7

Rochester Red Cross. See American Red Cross

Rochester Savings Bank

illustration/photograph of, Vol. 3(1):4

Rochester-Syracuse & Eastern Railway

mentioned, Vol. 4(3):8

Rochesterville, NY

mentioned, Vol. 5(3):5

Rock Beach Road

resident of, William Bausch as, Vol. 6(2):5

Rockefeller Center and Plaza

illustration of, Vol. 6(4):8

illustrator of, Vol. 6(4):7

Rodenbeck residence

mentioned, Vol. 5(1):7

Roman Catholic Church

Brighton schools of, Vol. 8(4):6

Romulus, NY

superintendent of, Vol. 8(4):1

Roosevelt, Eleanor

mentioned, Vol. 2(3):3

Roosevelt, President Franklin D.

mentioned, Vol. 2(3):3

Rose Lawn tract, Vol. 5(2):5. See also Roselawn neighborhood

Rose Park (Roselawn neighborhood)

Gideon Cobb Days and, Vol. 5(2):1

location of, Vol. 5(2):5

Roselawn Neighborhood

Gideon Cobb Days and, Vol. 5(2):1

historical sketch of, Vol. 5(2):5

maps of, Vol. 5(2):5, 6

residences of, Vol. 5(2):6 photos

streetlights in, Vol. 5(3):2

Ross, Mr. (no given name)

accidental death of, Vol. 7(3):7

Rowland, Daniel

property location and sale by – 1860s, Vol. 8(1):7

Rowland, Daniel Edgar II

family and residence of, Vol. 4(2):4

Rowland Family

property holdings of, Vol. 4(2):4; Vol. 8(1):7

Rowland, Gladys. See Lewis, Gladys

Rowland, Harriette Evans

mentioned, Vol. 4(2):4

Rowland Parkway

Rowland family residents/residences on, Vol. 4(2):4

Rowntree, Seebohm

mentioned, Vol. 3(2):5

Rundel Building

architect of, Vol. 6(4):5

photograph of, Vol. 6(4):5

Rush Rhees Library (University of Rochester)

Wenrich renderings of, Vol. 6(4):8

Rush-Henrietta Central Schools

Austin Crittenden School and, Vol. 8(4):7

S

Saint Lawrence (horse)

owner and races of, Vol. 8(3):4

Saint Regis Drive

Roselawn and, Vol. 5(2):5

Tudor Revival residence on, Vol. 5(2):5

Salt, Sir Titus

Saltaire, England and, Vol. 7(2):6

Saltaire (Yorkshire, England)

as early suburb, Vol. 7(2):6

San Raphael Drive

Ward commissions on, Vol. 5(1):2

The Sand Company

purchase and ownership of – 1810s, Vol. 5(2):3

Sandringham Road residents/residences

Barnard, Houston and, Vol. 1(2):7; Vol. 5(1):1

Gannet, Frank, Vol. 6(2):5

Ward commissions for, Vol. 5(1):2

Satloff, Annette

as HBN guest author, Vol. 3(2):1–3

Schaefer, Robyn

excerpts from Meadowbrook booklet by, Vol. 3(2):3, 7; Vol. 4(1):5–6

Scheer’s (jewelry store)

mentioned, Vol. 7(2):3

Schilling, Bernard

mentioned, Vol. 1(3):7

Schilling, Susan

mentioned, Vol. 1(3):7

Schmidt, Carl (architect)

quoted, on Giddeon Cobb House, Vol. 5(2):4

Scholtens, Herman

mentioned, Vol. 1(3):4

Schools. See also specific school

in Brighton (See Brighton public schools; Private schools)

and school districts, decline in numbers of, Vol. 8(4):2

Scrantom, Hamlet

mentioned, Vol. 5(3):5

Scrantom’s (store)

mentioned, Vol. 7(2):3

Seaman, Frank

at Columbian Exposition of 1893, Vol. 8(1):1 photo

Selden, George B.

automobile and, Vol. 4(3):7

Selden, Mrs. Samuel

photograph of, Vol. 7(1):2

Rochester Female Charitable Society and, Vol. 7(1):2 photo caption

Semposki, Dr. Martha

Native American scraper and, Vol. 7(1):5

Seneca

Denonville, Marquis de and, Vol. 6(1):3

encounters with French, Vol. 6(1):3

historical sketch of, Vol. 4(1):7–8

La Salle and, Vol. 3(1):1

local activity of, Vol. 6(1):2

Pinnacle Range and, Vol. 2(2):2

Seneca Parkway

Ward commission on, Vol. 5(1):2

Seton Catholic School

mentioned, Vol. 8(4):6

Shale, Joseph

business of, Vol. 8(1):3

Sheehan, Mrs. Daniel

Sheehan’s Field football games and, Vol. 5(3):7

Sheehan Hotel

site and subsequent name of, Vol. 5(3):7

Sheehan, Judge James

residence of, Vol. 5(3):7

Sheehan’s Field

baseball games at, Vol. 4(3):8

football games at, Vol. 5(3):7

site of, Vol. 5(2):8 map; Vol. 5(3):7

Shelmire, William S.

mentioned, Vol. 1(3):3

Shepherd Street

tollhouse on, Vol. 4(1):3

Sherman, Adam

Monroe Avenue and, Vol. 4(1):4

Sherwin Williams (business)

original site use at, Vol. 4(2):4

Shumway, F. Ritter

residence of, Vol. 7(2):5

Sibley, Curr and Lindsay Building

architect of, Vol. 3(1):3 photo caption

Sibley’s (department store)

mentioned, Vol. 7(2):3

Sibley’s Tower Restaurant

mentioned, Vol. 7(2):3

Sienna Catholic Academy

mentioned, Vol. 8(4):6

Simon, Rene

historical sketch of, Vol. 1(4):3

Sipple, Charles

mentioned, Vol. 1(3):4

Sipple, J.

property of – 1870s, Vol. 5(3):5 map

Sister Mary Joseph

mentioned, Vol. 3(1):2

Sisters of Mercy

Blossom Road complex of, Vol. 3(1):2, 3

Skinner, Al

as sheriff, Kodakids and, Vol. 2(3):3

Sloan, Eric

illustration from book by, Vol. 8(1):4

Smith, Cornelia Culver Ely

Eastman, George and, Vol. 2(3):1, 2

Smith Family

property of, George Eastman and, Vol. 2(3):1, 2 illus caption

Solbert, General Oscar

mentioned, Vol. 2(1):5

Soper, Amos

Moore, Isaac and, Vol. 1(1):4

Soule, Wilson

residence of, Vol. 3(1):3 photo

South Avenue

subsequent names of, Vol. 5(3):5 photo caption, map; Vol. 8(1):7

South Goodman Street

kettle lakelet near, Vol. 5(2):3 photo

South Road

Buckland residences and businesses on, Vol. 1(2):1 map

subsequent name of, Vol. 1(2):1; Vol. 1(4):8

South Seneca Central Schools

Manaseri, Christopher B. at, Vol. 8(4):1

South Street

convent on, Vol. 3(1):2

SS. Peter and Paul Church

illustration of, Vol. 6(4):6

St. Agnes High School

mentioned, Vol. 8(4):6 with illus

St. John’s Meadows

site history of, Vol. 1(4):6

St. Mark’s School for Boys

origins of, Vol. 1(3):6

St. Paul Street

Drescher residents/residences on, Vol. 6(2):4

St. Regis Drive

Roselawn and, Vol. 1(4):2

St. Simon’s Church

pastor of, Vol. 3(1):4

St. Thomas More Catholic School

mentioned, Vol. 8(4):6

St. Thomas More Parish

Drescher House and, Vol. 6(2):4

State Road

construction of, Vol. 5(2):3

Monroe Avenue known as, Vol. 5(2):3

State Street

Eastman Kodak on, Vol. 2(3):2 illus caption

origins of, Vol. 5(2):3

State University of New York

at Brockport, Mary Jo Lanphear at, Vol. 8(4):1

at Cortland, Christopher B. Manaseri at, Vol. 8(4):1

at Geneseo, Christopher B. Manaseri at, Vol. 8(4):1

Stern, Herbert (architect)

mentioned, Vol. 7(2):5

Stern, Leon (architect)

Barnard, Houston and, Vol. 5(1):1

Drescher House and, Vol. 6(2):2

historical sketch of, Vol. 6(2):5 with photo

mentioned, Vol. 7(2):5

Stern, Robert A. (architect)

regional styles and, Vol. 7(2):7

suburbs and, Vol. 7(2):6, 8

Stewart, Elizabeth

residence of, Vol. 2(3):6 photo

Stickley, Gustav

mentioned, Vol. 5(1):5

Stillson, George

mentioned, Vol. 1(4):6

plaque mentioning, Vol. 2(2):8

Stone, Albert R.

death of, Vol. 5(3):1

as newspaper photographer, Vol. 5(3):1

photograph of, Vol. 5(3):1

photographic collection of, Vol. 5(3):1

Stone, Allen Theodore

mentioned, Vol. 1(2):5

Stone, Daniel

profession and death of, Vol. 5(3):1

Stone, Elizabeth

mentioned, Vol. 1(2):5

Stone, Enos

son of (See Stone, Orringh)

Stone Family

cemetery lot of, Vol. 1(2):5

Stone, Harriet

mentioned, Vol. 1(3):8 (See also Hagaman, Harriet (née Stone))

Stone, Howard L. (architect)

Shumway commission of, Vol. 7(2):5

Stone, Orringh

Culver, Oliver and, Vol. 1(1):4; Vol. 6(3):3

East Avenue construction by, Vol. 6(1):8; Vol. 6(3):3

historical sketch of, Vol. 1(2):5; Vol. 6(3):2

mentioned, Vol. 1(3):8

property holdings of

Sisters of Mercy and, Vol. 3(1):2

tavern (See Stone-Tolan House)

spelling variations for “Orringh,” Vol. 6(3):2

Stone Tavern. See Stone-Tolan House

Stoneburner, Charles

residence of, Vol. 6(1):2 photo, 6

Stoneburner Family

property sale by – 1880s, Vol. 6(1):4

railroad and, Vol. 6(1):4

Stoneburner, Leonard

business and property holdings of – early 1800s, Vol. 6(1):3, 4

Stoneburner, William

property holdings of, Vol. 6(1):3; Vol. 7(3):2, 7

War of 1812 and, Vol. 6(1):3–4

Stoneburner’s Glen

Corbett’s Glen known as, Vol. 6(1):3; Vol. 7(3):2

Stone-Tolan House

guests and/or activities at, Vol. 1(2):5; Vol. 6(3):2, 3

history of, Vol. 4(3):3; Vol. 6(3):2

mentioned, Vol. 1(2):5

photographs of, Vol. 6(3):2

Stone family residents of, Vol. 6(3):2

Tolan, John Patrick and, Vol. 3(1):2

“Stoney.” See Stone, Albert R.

Stoothoff Family

cemetery lot of, Vol. 1(2):5

Streetlights

as landmarks, Vol. 5(3):2–3

timeline of, Vol. 5(3): 4

Stromberg Carlson

Firestone, Siegmond and, Vol. 7(2):5

Strong Memorial Hospital

architects of, Vol. 6(4):4

Nurses’ Residence of, Kodakids at, Vol. 2(3):3

Strong Museum

local history course and student at, Vol. 8(4):1

Struckmar Neighborhood

streetlights in, Vol. 5(3):2

Stuart, Gilbert

mentioned, Vol. 1(1):7

Studley, Susan Ann. See Evans, Susan Ann (née Studley)

Suburb(s)

historical sketch of, Vol. 7(2):6–8

life in Houston Barnard Tract as, Vol. 7(2):2–5

Subway

in Brighton Village, Vol. 7(2):2–3

Sunnymede Neighborhood

streetlights in, Vol. 5(3):2

SUNY Schools. See State University of New York

Surgenor, Porter

mentioned, Vol. 1(3):4

Susan B. Anthony House

Czerkas, Jean and, Vol. 8(2):1

Swan Street

theater and music school on, Vol. 2(3):5

SWBR Architects

Brighton schools and, Vol. 4(2):7; Vol. 8(4):5

Sylvan Road

photographs of residences on, Vol. 5(2):6, 7

Roselawn neighborhood and, Vol. 1(4):2; Vol. 5(2):5

Syracuse University

Malo, Paul at, Vol. 8(1):7

Manaseri, Christopher B. at, Vol. 8(4):1

T

T. B. Yale Nursery

property of, Vol. 5(3):5 map

Tarrytown Road

Roselawn and, Vol. 1(4):2; Vol. 5(2):5

Taub, Debbie

HB donation from, Vol. 8(3):2

residence of, Vol. 8(3):2

Taylor, Abraham

family and residence of, Vol. 4(2):5

Taylor, Caroline (née Minnamon)

family and residence of, Vol. 4(2):5

Taylor, Clarence

family and residence of, Vol. 4(2):5–6

Taylor, Hilda Ardelle (née Drescher)

childhood residence of (See Drescher House)

families of, Vol. 6(2):4

Taylor Instrument Company

architect for, Vol. 6(2):5

Taylor, J. Martin

mentioned, Vol. 1(3):3

Taylor, Joseph

spouse and residence of, Vol. 6(2):4

Taylor, Ruby (née Everts)

family and residence of, Vol. 4(2):5–6

Taylor, Dr. William R.

quoted, on air show – 1910s, Vol. 1(4):4

Teare Family

mentioned, Vol. 4(2):5

Temperance Societies

Bloss, William Clough and, Vol. 1(2):4

Temple B’rith Kodesh

historical sketch of, Vol. 3(2):1–3; Vol. 4(3):4

Thomas Creek, Vol. 5(3):5 map

Thompson, Randall

Hanson, Howard and, Vol. 2(2):4

Thorpe, Jim

mentioned, Vol. 5(3):7

Tierson Family

cemetery lot of, Vol. 1(3):4

Tierson, Isaac

mentioned, Vol. 1(3):4

Tiffany, Louis Comfort

mentioned, Vol. 5(1):5

Times Union (newspaper)

on Corbett’s Glen – 1970s, Vol. 6(1):5

Marcotte, Bob at, Vol. 7(2):1

Todd, George

landscape architect for, Vol. 6(2):5

Tolan, Mrs. Ellen (née McKeon)

family of, Vol. 3(1):2

Tolan, Ellen A. (daughter of Ellen McKeon Tolan)

family of, Vol. 3(1):2

residence of – 1930s, Vol. 6(3):2

Tolan, John Patrick

historical sketch of, Vol. 3(1):2

Tolan, Mary

mentioned, Vol. 3(1):2

Town & Country (magazine)

on George Eastman House landscaping, Vol. 8(2):5–6

Town, Jonathan

brick works of, Vol. 5(2):3, 8 map

Town of Brighton. See Brighton, Town of

Town of Irondequoit

Historic Preservation Commission of, member of, Vol. 8(2):1

Train wreck

in Corbett’s Glenn, Vol. 7(3):6 photo

Treaty of Buffalo Creek

mentioned, Vol. 6(1):3

Trevor Court

Barnard, Houston and, Vol. 1(2):7; Vol. 5(1):1

Ward commission on, Vol. 5(1):2

Wiard, Walter Vars and, Vol. 5(3):6

Trimm, G. Lee

Brighton Town Hall and, Vol. 4(3):1

Tryon & Company/Tryon Company

clerk in, Vol. 8(4):2

Corbett’s Glen and, Vol. 6(1):3

Tryon, City of

historic marker for, Vol. 8(4):8

map of reconstruction of, Vol. 8(4):2

residents of, Vol. 6(1):3

school in, Vol. 8(4):2, 8 photo caption

Tryon Company. See Tryon & Company/Tryon Company

Tryon, John

businesses of, Vol. 6(3):3

Tryon, Salmon

businesses of, Vol. 6(3):3

Tucker, Jack

portion of newspaper article by, Vol. 5(2):4 photo

Tunnel. See under Corbett’s Glen

Turner, Mr. (no given name)

occupations of – early 1800s, Vol. 8(4):2

Tuttle, H.

residence of – 1920s, Vol. 8(1):7

Twain, Mark

quoted, on plank roads, Vol. 4(1):2–3

Twelve Corners schools. See under Brighton public schools

Twelve Corners sports field. See Sheehan’s Field

Twentieth Century Tally Ho (horse-drawn carriage), Vol. 6(2):8, 8 photo

U

Underground Railroad

Brighton station on, Vol. 4(3):2

Union Free School Districts. See under Brighton public schools

Universities. See Colleges and Universities; specific institution

University Avenue

Eastman fence on, Vol. 2(3):8 photo

University Club

mentioned, Vol. 7(2):3

University of Nottingham (England)

Manaseri, Christopher B. at, Vol. 8(4):1

University of Rochester

architects of, Vol. 6(4):4, 5

Cutler, James G. at, Vol. 6(4):5

Fairchild photographic exhibit at, Vol. 5(2):2

Hanson, Howard and, Vol. 2(2):4

Keating, Kenneth B. and, Vol. 5(3):6

landscape architects for, Vol. 6(2):5

River Campus design, Vol. 6(4):5

library renderings, Vol. 6(4):8

Robinson, Charles Mulford and, Vol. 5(3): 4

Whipple, Dr. George and, Vol. 2(2):4

U.S. Committee for the Care of European Children, Vol. 2(3):3

V

Valentine, Alan

residence as UR president, Vol. 8(2):5

Van Order, Robert

Brighton High School and, Vol. 4(2):1

Vanderbilt, Commodore

Buckland, Amos Sr. and, Vol. 8(3):4

Vick Park

race track, Buckland horse raced at, Vol. 8(3):4

Victor, NY

Gosenhauser holding in, Vol. 8(3):3

Vincent, Jeff

Corbett property and – 1980s, Vol. 6(1):6

photographs provided by, Vol. 6(2):1, 8

Vogt, Albert

residence of, architect and location of, Vol. 6(2):5

W

Wagner, Scott

Corbett property and – 1980s, Vol. 6(1):6

Wales, Prince of

Hagen, Walter C. and, Vol. 2(1):5

Walker, William Hall

George Eastman House and, Vol. 8(2):5

Wallace, Olive

mentioned, Vol. 1(3):7

residence of, Vol. 4(3):2

Wallace, Timothy

historical sketch of, Vol. 1(3):7

residence of, Vol. 4(3):2

War of 1812

Stoneburner, William in, Vol. 6(1):3–4

Ward, Ward Wellington (1875-1932)

historical sketch of, Vol. 5(1):2–7

Warner, Andrew Jackson (architect)

works by, Vol. 3(1):3

Wilder Building, Vol. 8(3):7 photo

Warner Castle

Czerkas, Jean and, Vol. 8(2):1

Warner, J. Foster (architect)

Barnard, Houston and, Vol. 5(1):1

City Directory listing for, Vol. 7(2):5

dormitory designed by, Vol. 2(3):4 photo

employee of, Vol. 6(4):4

George Eastman House and, Vol. 6(2):5; Vol. 8(2):2

historical sketch of, Vol. 3(1):3–4

Mercy Complex and, Vol. 3(1):2

Soule House and, Vol. 8(2):5

Warner, Pete

mentioned, Vol. 3(1):3

Warrant Homestead

historical sketch of, Vol. 4(3):2

Warrant, Sarah. See Crittenden, Sarah (née Warrant)

Warren Avenue

subdivision of, Vol. 4(2):4

Warren Estates/Park

mentioned, Vol. 4(2):4

Washington, D.C.

Wright, Arlene in, Vol. 8(1):1

Waterville, NY

Eastman family in, Vol. 8(2):3

central school auditorium and, Vol. 8(2):3

Waterville Times (newspaper)

on Eastman nursery plants, Vol. 8(2):3

Watson, Emily Sibley

Herdle, George and, Vol. 1(1):6

Watson Family

cemetery memorial of, Vol. 1(2):6 photo

Webster, Archibald

Brighton High School and, Vol. 4(2):2

Weed, Thurlow (of Albany)

daughter of, Vol. 8(4):6

Weis, John

brick works of, Vol. 5(2):3, 8 map

Weiss, Joseph

residence of, Vol. 4(2):3

Welwyn Garden City

advert for, Vol. 7(2):1

Wenrich, John C.

history of, Vol. 6(4):7

illustrations of, Vol. 6(4):7, 8; Vol. 8(2):6

quoted, on painting technique, Vol. 6(4):7

University of Rochester design and, Vol. 6(4):5

West Avenue

Frisbie family residents/residences on, Vol. 2(1):1

West Brighton Fair Grounds

Amos Buckland horse and, Vol. 8(3):4

West Henrietta Road

as plank road, Vol. 4(1):2; Vol. 4(3):8

Warrant Homestead on, Vol. 4(3):2

West Lowell Street

bottling company on – 1800s, Vol. 7(1):5

Westfall Road

residents/residences on

Buckland family, Vol. 1(2):1, 1 map

Buckland Farmhouse/Farmstead (See Buckland Farmhouse/Farmstead)

Buckland, Leonard, Vol. 8(3):2

Buckland, Warren, Vol. 8(3):2

Evershed family, Vol. 4(3):4

school on, Vol. 2(1):6

Wheatcraft, Andrew

as HB speaker, Vol. 7(3):1

Wheatland, NY

one-room schoolhouse research in, Vol. 8(4):1

Wheatland-Chili Central School District

Brighton residents in, Vol. 8(4):7

superintendent of, Vol. 8(4):1

Wheeler, Dr.

property of – 1870s, Vol. 5(3):5 map

Wheeler, Jared P.

mentioned, Vol. 1(3):3

Wheeler, Justus

mentioned, Vol. 1(3):3

Whipple, Dr. George

mentioned, Vol. 2(2):4

White, Lawrence Grant

Eastman Theatre design and, Vol. 6(4):5

White, Stanford (architect)

lamp post designs by, Vol. 5(3): 3

mentioned, Vol. 7(2):4

Whitney, Alice K.

mentioned, Vol. 2(3):2 illus caption

Whitney Lane

origins of, Vol. 2(3):2 illus caption

Wiard, Walter Vars (architect)

commissions of, Vol. 5(3):6, 6 photo

residences of, Vol. 5(3):6

Wickham, Mrs. Harry R.

relationship with Gideon Cobb and Gideon Cobb House, Vol. 5(2):4

Wilcox, Clarissa

mentioned, Vol. 1(4):6

Wild Family

cemetery lot of, Vol. 1(3):3

Wild, Captain Thomas

mentioned, Vol. 1(3):3

Wild, William H.

mentioned, Vol. 1(3):3

Wilder, Dr. Abel

family and occupation of, Vol. 8(3):6

Wilder Building

about, Vol. 8(3):7 photo caption

illustrations of, Vol. 8(3):7

Wilder, Charles

family and occupation of, Vol. 8(3):6

Wilder, Gorton & Company

dry goods acquisition by, Vol. 8(3):6

Wilder, Samuel

Buckland, Amos and, Vol. 8(3):6

historic sketch of, Vol. 8(3):6

property holdings of

commercial building, Vol. 8(3):7 illus

farm, Vol. 8(3):5

residence, Vol. 8(3):6 with photo

Will, Barbara. See Reichart, Barbara

Will, Walter

residence of, Vol. 5(1):7

Willard, Ernest

Hagen, Walter C. and, Vol. 2(1):4

Williams, Mitchell T.

mentioned, Vol. 1(3):5

Wills, Royal Barry

mentioned, Vol. 7(2):4

Wilson, Edward

residence of, Vol. 4(2):4

Wilson, Edwin

brick works of, Vol. 5(2):3, 8 map

Wilson, George

residence of, Vol. 4(2):4

Wilson, Joseph C.

mentioned, Vol. 1(3):7

residence of, Vol. 8(4):6

Xerox Corporation and, Vol. 8(4):6

Wilson, Marie Curran

mentioned, Vol. 1(3):7

Wilson, Matthew

farm of, Vol. 8(3):5

Wilson Soule House

as Eastman residence

Eastman, George quoted on, Vol. 8(2):4–5

Warner, J. Foster and, Vol. 8(2):5

photograph of, Vol. 3(1):3

Wilson, T.C.

property of – 1870s, Vol. 5(3):5 map

Winter, Ezra

Eastman Theatre mural by, Vol. 6(4):4 photo, 5

Winton Road

brick yard on, Vol. 1(2):1

Brighton Centre/Village on, Vol. 4(3):6; Vol. 5(3):5; Vol. 7(2):2–3

canal route and, Vol. 1(1):5

Meadowbrook neighborhood along, Vol. 3(2):3, 7

naming of, Vol. 1(4):8

former names, Vol. 1(2):1; Vol. 1(4):8; Vol. 5(3):5 photo caption, map; Vol. 8(1):7

near East Avenue – 1940s, Vol. 2(3):4 photos

railroad station near, Vol. 2(3):3

residents/residences on

Brown family, Vol. 6(4):2

Buckland family, Vol. 1(2):1 with map; Vol. 4(3):4

Buckland, Leonard, Vol. 8(3):2

Carey family – 1800s, Vol. 8(1):7

Corwin family, Vol. 6(4):2

Drake, Amasa, Vol. 1(4):8 illus

Hansen, M. A., Vol. 8(1):7

Hansen, William T. and Margaret, Vol. 8(1):7

Harper, Sally, Vol. 8(1):7–8

Tuttle, H., Vol. 8(1):7

schools on (See Brighton public schools)

trolley station on, Vol. 4(3):8

Wolf, Louis

business card of, Vol. 6(3):4 illus

Wolf’s Market. See also DeWolf’s Market

mentioned, Vol. 7(2):3

site of, Vol. 6(3):4 photo caption

Wombell, Clarence F.

mentioned, Vol. 1(3):3

Women’s Christian Temperance Union

site of, Vol. 6(3):4–5 photos

Woodworth, Chauncey

residence, architect and location of, Vol. 6(2):5

Worden, Roxanna

spouse, family, and home sites of, Vol. 5(2):3, 4

Work House

mentioned, Vol. 1(3):7

World’s Fair. See Columbian Exposition of 1893

Wratten and Wainwright (England)

Mees, Charles E. at, Vol. 6(2):6, 7 photo

Wright, Arlene

about, Vol. 8(1):2

as speaker, Vol. 8(1):1

Wright, Frank Lloyd

Houston Barnard Tract and – 1920s, Vol. 7(2):2

mentioned, Vol. 5(1):5

suburban architecture and, Vol. 7(2):7

Wright, Orville and Wilbur

mentioned, Vol. 1(4):1

X

Xerox Corporation

Wilson, Joseph C. and, Vol. 8(4):6

Y

Yale Family

cemetery lot of, Vol. 1(2):5

Yale, Justus

mentioned, Vol. 1(2):5–6

Yale, T. B.

property of – 1870s, Vol. 5(3):5 map