Historigram Newsletter

The Historigram is the Society's newsletter with articles about local history, people, events and exhibits. It is developed and mailed to members approximately 8 to 9 times a year. It is included free as a part of membership.

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January 2018 (no issue)

Dec. 2017 (Vol L No 4)

  • A Navy Man, Paul Earls Story
  • Life Aboard the U.S.S. Chester in 1942
  • Yuletide Tradition Donor List 
  • Support the Society by Shopping Smile.Amazon.com
  • Yuletide Collaborators

Nov. 2017 (Vol L No 3)

  • The Big Celebration Old Home Week
  • Scarecrow Festival - Susan B Makes an Appearance
  • Yuletide Traditions
  • Mr Smith Goes to Fairport - David Wooster Smith 
  • Special Recognition
  • Canal Boat Model Donated
  • Volunteer Coordinated Needed

Oct. 2017 (Vol L No 2)

  • Two Months in a Houseboat excerpt Monroe Cty Mail Nov. 27, 1913
  • Celebrating 21 Year Museum Volunteer - Eileen Slocum
  • Yuletide Traditions Registration
  • A Matter of Perspective - Eugene Harmor

Sept. 2017 (Vol L No 1)

  • House Tour 2017 - Sunday, Oct. 1st
  • Fall Event Schedule
  • Yuletide Traditions Fundraiser
  • Celebrating 150 year - Fourth of July Float
  • Membership Form

August 2017 (no issue)

July 2017 (Vol XLIX No 9)

  • 1879 - A Big Year for Growth in Fairport
  • Honoring Fairport's WWI Veterans Exhibit
  • Museum Volunteers Needed
  • Historic Tour Filkins & George Streets - Oct. 1, 2017
  • Colin McKechney Awarded Eagle Scout Rank

June 2017  (no issue)

May 2017 (Vol XLIX No 8)

  • Bad Business for Mr (Rev Charles) Goodwin
  • Museum News - 4th Grade Classes Visit
  • Special Recognition - BusinessesSave the Date - Historic House Tour Oct. 1, 2017
  • VoteTilla - Celebrating Women in NYS Gaining the Vote
  • Annual Meeting & Picnic Form

April 2017 (Vol XLIX No 7)

  • Special Remembrances of My Grandfather - Charles Menzies Briggs, M. D. by Betty Briggs Satterwhite Stevenson
  • Exhibit: Over the Top: Honoring Fairport's World War I Veterans
  • Exhibit: Postcard Collections
  • Fairport Village Sesquincentennial
  • Boy Scouts Complete Eagle Projects at Museum
  • The General of (83)West Avenue - John Alfred Reynolds
  • Photo: WPA workers set beams at Public Library

March 2017 (Vol XLIX No 6)

  • Amicitia Club of Fairport 1921 - 1969, by Nancy Antell Slaybaugh
  • Fixer Upper in the Museum - Organizing Collections
  • Museum Greeters/Docents Needed
  • Special Recognition
  • Pictures of Perinton
  • Upcoming Programs & Event

Feb. 2017 (Vol XLIX No 5)

  • Robert C. Stevens, Member of 67 Years and His Landmark Home
  • Boy Scouts Awarded Eagle Ranks
  • Yuletide Gratitude
  • New - First Baptist Church Ornament
  • VoteTilla - Celebrating 100 Years of Women's Voices & Votes in NYS

Jan. 2017  (No issue)

Dec. 2016 (Vol XLIX No 4)

  • Dolomite Shipbuilding Corporation (Pre-WWWII years), by Jack Odenbach
  • Yuletide Traditions donors list
  • Santa has Come to Town - Exhibit

Nov. 2016 (Vol XLIX No 3)

  • Chesbro Trades Foofball Uniform for that of Infantryman WWI
  • LT. Fred Chesbro Tells of Soldier's Life in Siberian Country
  • Scarecrow Honors Canal Workers
  • Conant House a Local and Nationally Listed Landmark

Oct. 2016 (Vol XLIX No 2)

  • Perinton Sesquicentennial Aqua Parade, Part 2 - 1962, by Patrick L. & Frank N. Pittinaro
  • Volunteer Recognition & Training Oct. 22
  • Yuletide Traditions Nov. 15th to Dec. 13
  • Special Recognition Level Memberships
  • House Tour - Oct. 9th
  • From the Archives  - Fred Chesbro

Sept. 2016 (Vol XLIX No 1)

  • Perinton Sesquicentennial Aqua Parade, Part 1- 1962, by Patrick L. & Frank N. Pittinaro
  • The Old Rocking Chair, by James M. Vines
  • Yuletide Traditions for 2016
  • Property Committee Needs Volunteers
  • Membership Renewal Form
  • North Side Stories & Tour
  • Special Recognition Levels

August (no issue)

July 2016 (Vol XLVIL No 9)

  • House Tour 2016 – Oct. 9th The Northeast Neighborhoods
  • New Slate Tiles - In the Gift Shop
  • Volunteers Needed!
  • Special Recognition Level Memberships
  • The State of the Museum - Technology & Property Committee
  • Painting Seminar - August 20 - 21
  • Scouts Beautify Museum - Troops 207 & 208
  • Communication Director Extraordinaire - Pat May
  • Gone Fishing - A. C. Hooker, son James & One Horse Grocery

June 2016 (no issue)

May 2016 (Vol XLVIL No 8)

  • New National Register Home Listed in Fairport – Thomas Hulburt House, 106 Hulburt Ave.
  • House Tour 2016 – Oct. 9th The Northeast Neighborhoods
  • Volunteers Needed at Museum
  • Local Landmarks Designated – Cole – Briggs House, 116 West Ave. and the Silver House and Carriage Barn, 53 Roselawn Ave.
  • Memories of a Perinton Pioneer – Notes of Lorenzo Orson Woolsey
  • Dancing on the Tables – 6ft folding table and round café tables FREE!
  • New Gift Shop Items – Erie Canal Coasters, Bun Warmer and Ornaments

April 2016 (Vol XLVIL. No 7)

  • Memories of Matson Ewell
  • Special Recognition Level Memberships
  • Shovel Rides & Indian Adventures, An Essay by Tom Arnold
  • Christmas in Perinton Seventy Years Ago, by Thomas H. Arnold, aged 84
  • Want to be a Volunteer?


March 2016 (Vol XLVIL, No 6)

  • A Blacksmith, a Veterinarian, and Horseless Carriages – Part 2
  • From Your President – Canal Boards & Ghosts in the Barn at 53 Roselawn Ave
  • Boy Scout Will Kaiser Gives North Wing a Makeover
  • New to the Gift Shop ROC-OPOLY

Feb. 2016 (Vol XLVIL, No 5)

  • Blacksmith, Veterinarian and Horseless Carriages
  • Sign Maker Leaves Photographic Legacy
  • Austin Quintana Completes Eagle Scout Project at the Museum
  • Annual Treasurer’s Report

Jan. 2016 (no issue)

Dec, 2015 (Vol XLVIL, No 4)

  • The Pittinaro House, by Patrick Pittinaro
  • Blue Star Memorial
  • Before the Pittinato House, by Bill Poray
  • PHS Received Donation - Fairport - Perinton Merchants Association
  • Yuletide Traditions Donations
  • Special Recognition Level Memberships

 

Nov. 2015 (Vol XLVII, No 3)

  • Colonial Belle - Where Have you Been?
  • Thanks to House Tour Volunteers
  • Scarecrow - Celebrating 80 Years
  • Carl Peters Gift Items in Shop
  • Vintage Tug Visits

Oct. 2015 (Vol XLVII, No 2)

  • First PHS House Tour in 1935
  • Perinton & the Underground Railroad, by Scholarship Winner Daniel Smith
  • Carl W. Peters Mural in Art for the People exhibit at Memorial Art Gallery
  • College of Brockport Lends a Hand
  • Yuletide Traditions Schedules

Sept. 2015 (Vol XLVII, No 1)

  • Pat Ahern, Jerry Earl & the USS Missouri (WW II)
  • Fairport’s First Congregational Church of Christ, by 2015 Scholarship Winner Seth Weidman
  • Society Received $1,000 Donation from Friends of Fairport
  • Class of 1965 Celebrates Its 50th Anniversary
  • Yuletide Traditions Returns for Second Year
  • Fall Schedule of Events Announced
  • Online Architectural Style Guide Complete
  • Renew Your Membership Form

August (no issue)

July 2015 (Vol XLVII, No 9)

  • Ida Dougherty Remembers Fairport continued...
  • Scholarship Winners 2015; Seth Weidman & Daniel Smith
  • Village of Fairport's Historic Resources Survey 2014
  • Boy Scout Chris Grace Awarded Eagle Rank
  • Flying the Flag Photo Exhibit, Keith Boas
  • Potter Place House Tour 2015 Update

June 2015 (no issue)

May 2015 (Vol XLVII, No. 8)

  • Ida Dougherty Remembers Fairport
  • Civil War Exhibit
  • How to Name a House Tour - Potter Place: Past & Present
  • Flying the Flag Photo Exhibit, Keith Boas
  • Wanted! Tech Committee Volunteer
  • Events for May & June
  • Picnic & Annual Meeting Form

 

April 2015 (Vol XLVII, No. 7)

  • When President Lincoln Came to Town, Bill Poray
  • From Pianos to Maple Syrup, by Keith Boas
  • New Gift Shop Item – Erie Canal Playing Cards
  • Talman’s Stop on the Underground Railroad
  • April 21st An Evening with Andersonville Survivor Oliver Clarke
  • May 19th Members Picnic and Annual Meeting
  • June 16th Cemetery Tour

March 2015 (Vol. XLVII, No 6)

  • Life and Times of Dr. J. B. Cowles
  • House Tour to Feature Potter Place - Oct. 4, 2015
  • Slave Experience & Underground Railroad Program - March 17, 2015
  • PHS Receives Grant from FACET
  • Special Recognition Level Memberships
  • Museum to Open March 1, 2015

Feb. 2015 (Vol. XLVII, No 5)

  • Fairport's Magnificent Carnegie Library
  • North Woods Bean Soup Recipe
  • Museum Open March 1, 2015
  • New Technology in Museum
  • Museum Volunteer Orientation - Feb. 28 at 2 p.m.
  • The Corner Bookstore Opens - Used & Collectible Books
  • Financial Report - Fiscal Year Ending Aug. 2014

Jan. 2015 (no issue)


Dec. 2014 (Vol. XLVII, No 4)

  • Memories of the Bushnell’s Basin School, by Lois Gibert
  • Comments from Your President with a Norwegian Sweet Bread Recipe
  • Upcoming Events Lift Bridge 1914 – 2014 Ornament – Commemorating the the Bridges’s 100th Anniversary
  • Yuletide Traditions Donators – Thank you!
  • Special Recognition Membership Levels

Nov. 2014 (Vol. XLVII, No 3)

  • Life through the Lens of Frank Beaumont
  • Special Recognition
  • Lift Bridge Ornament for sale in Gift Shop
  • Upcoming Events

Oct. 2014 (Vol.XLVII, No 2)

  • Scholarship Winner Meghan Crawford - Joe Cummings
  • History of Music Boxes Program
  • Special Recognition Level Memberships
  • Yuletide Traditions, the PHS holiday fundraiser
  • Erie Canal Cousins Book Series, Author Appearance
  • College of Brockport's Saturday of Service
  • Celebrating 100 Year of the Lift Bridge, Encore

Sept. 2014 (Vol. XLVII, No 1)

  • George Southworth Filkens: His Impact on the Village of Fairport
  • Parade Float 2014 - Honoring the 100th Anniversary of the Lift Bridge
  • Annual House Tour - Featuring Roselawn Ave., Tour the Sunflower canal boat
  • Celebrating 100 Year of the Lift Bridge Program
  • Membership Form
  • Program Calendar

August 2014 - no issue

July 2014 (Vol. XLVI, No 9)

  • Civil War Display through July 31st
  • New Mown Hay Always Smells the Same, poem by Bob HuntGreenbrier Garden Club Sale Successful
  • Museum Visits by Chapter U, PEO, Maplewood Estates, 4th Graders
  • Scholarship Winners Announced, Hannah Donnelly & Meghan Crawford
  • Annual Meeting & Picnic
  • Lift Bridge Artwork for sale in Gift Shop
  • Greenvale Cemetery Program
  • Wizard of Oz Collection from Aug. 2 to Sept. 30th

June 2014 - no issue

May 2014 (Vol. XLVI, No 8)

  • Happy Birthday Fairport Lift Bridge
  • Green Lantern Dinnerware For Sale
  • Operation Potter Patriot
  • Joseph Yale Parce, Fairport's First Inventor
  • Annual Meeting & Picnic Form

April 2014 (Vol. XLVI, No 7)

  • Decades of I Do: Wedding Gowns of the 20th Century Exhibit
  • Going to the Mill with Eight Bushels of Wheat, by William Henry Dobbin
  • Dobbin & Moore Planing Mill and Lumberyard
  • Collection of Wire Mesh Purses & Hatpins Display to April 26th
  • Photo of Charlotte Clapp family house
  • Upcoming Events

March 2014 (Vol. XLVI, No 6)

  • Fairport High School on West Avenue, Architects Otis W. Dryer & Harwood B. Dryer
  • Outer Space and Footlocker Filled with Memories, Betsy Garner Carpenter
  • Exhibit - Decades of I Do: Wedding Gowns of the 20th Century

Feb. 2014 (Vol. XLVI, No 5)

  • Great Snowstorm of 1879
  • Merchants Association Holiday Party
  • Reminiscences of William Henry Dobbin
  • Canal Wall Repaired
  • Antoinette Brown Blackwell Program Feb. 18

Jan. 2014 - no issue

Dec. 2013 (Vol. XLVII, No 4)

  • A Grandmother Remembers, by Betsy Garner Carpenter
  • Cold Weather Clothing Exhibit through Dec.
  • Book signings; Dec. 7th Michael Keene & Dec. 14 Donavan Shilling
  • Annual Party with program by Chris Bensch - Tuesday, Dec. 17
    (note, the date within the article is incorrect)
  • Frederick Ferris Thompson's Diaries presented by Sonnenburg - Jan. 21st
  • Looking Back - The FHS Marching Band, by Keith Boas
  • Levi DeLand, Blacklisted from the Sons of Temperance, by Bill Keeler

Nov. 2013 (Vol. XLVII, No 3)

  • Carmen Peck, Remembering Fairport
  • Special Recognition of Members
  • Book Signing - Pat Gorthy author of Peppermint Summer, Nov. 9 from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m.
  • Halloween Collection on Display at Museum
  • Cold Weather Costumes on Display
  • Scarecrow Festival Entry - Tweets

Oct. 2013 (Vol. XLVI, No 2)

  • Hiram B. Moseley by Scholarship Winner, Sam Broking
  • Museum Sparkles -Brockport Students Day of Service
  • Scout, Chris Grace of Troop 208, Paints Merriman-Clark Room
  • Joan Alliger Remembered

 

Sept. 2013 (Vol. XLVI, No 1)

  • Albert Knapp: A Piece of Perinton Legend, by Jessica Wurzer
  • Downton Abbey & Postal Service Exhibits until Sept. 15th
  • Electronic Communications
  • Downpour Fails to Sink PHS July 4th Parade Float
  • Annual House Tour Update
  • History of the Town & Village of East Rochester, by Jim Burlingame
  • West Avenue in the 1950's, by Tom Bastian
  • Support PHS with Your Membership - Form Included

Aug.- no issue

July 2013 (Vol.XLV, No 9)

  • Tugs Through Fairport & Their Need for Coal
  • Peter McDonough Scholarship Winners 2013 - Jessica Wurzer & Samantha Broking
  • Irondequoit and Fairport Rivers
  • Greenbrier Plant Sale
  • Elmwood Cemetery Tour

June (No Issue)

 May 2013 (Vol.XLV, No 8)

  • Thomas Creek Inspired Art - Fred K. Van Almelo
  • The Railroad Bridge at Peddie Spring
  • John McLaughtin, Barbershop, 29 West Ave in the Jacobson Block
  • Monroe County Chemical Co., N. Main St.
  • Members Picnic & Annual Meeting, May 21st

April 2013 (Vol.XLV, No 7)

  • History of the Post Office
  • Index of Residents Post Office Records - 1913 
  • Railroading in Fairport
  • Fashions of Downton Abby Exhibit

March 2013 (Vol.XLV, No 6)

  • Memories of Roselawn Avenue
  • Postcards and the US Post Office
  • Children's Program - 1st Kids: Life in the White House, March 10
  • An Evening with Abe Lincoln, March 19
  • William P. Ellsworth's Home 
  • Pure Oil Gas Station Designated a Village Landmark 

Feb. 2013 (Vol.XLV, No 5)

  • Old Jefferson Mill
  • Largest Collection of Fairport Yearbooks
  • Musings of a Philatelist (stamp collection)
  • New Bridge Recalls RSE Electric Railway Bridge
  • House Tour Oct. 2013
  • Treasure's Report 

 Jan. 2013 - No issue

Dec. 2012 (Vol.XLV, No 4)

  • Canal Brought New Occupants to Bushnell's Basin, by William Keeler
    ROC the Day, A Special Day of Giving
  • Dec. & Jan. Programs
  • Packet Boats Operating in Bushnell's Basin in 1828
  • House Tour Co-chair Needed for 2013
  • The Firehorn, by Matt Wells

Nov. 2012 (Vol. XLV, No 3)

  • The Old House - 438 Macedon Center Road
  • Scarecrow Winner
  • Life & Times of Oliver Thomlinson
  • Children's Nov. Program - Celebrating Veterans
  • Pig's Whistle
  • John H. Howard House - 70 South Main Street 

Oct. 2012 (Vol. XLV, No 2)

  • Scholarship Winner - "The History of Fairport's Only Statue" by Brady Meixell
  • Fairport Vintage Fire Truck
  • Ontario Black Cap Raspberry
  • 42 Annual House Tour 

Sept. 2012 (Vol.XLV, No 1)

  • Scholarship Winner - "The Little Brown Jug", by Megan Gilmore
  • July 4th Parade Float - First Place
  •  The Great Race
  • September Events
  • 42nd Annual House Tour 

July 2012 (Vol. XLIV, No 9) Special Bicentennial Issue

  • Bicentennial Schedule of Events
  • 200 Years Ago
  • 50 Years Ago
  • 1945 Celebration of VJ Day
  • Oldest House in Fairport
  • Footprint 4th Graders
  • Children's Programs - Summer 2012 

May 2012 (Vol. XLIV, No 8)

  • Life & Times of Oliver M. Tomlinson
  • South Perinton Cemetery Tour, June 19th
  • Picnic & Annual Meeting, May 15th
  • Minister & Founder of Peddie Springs - Molly Wilson Peddie, John Peddie
  • Crystal Rock Spring & Water Company
  • Barrancos, 32 N. Main - 100 years in business

April 2012 (Vol. XLIV, No 7)

  • Delphine Hanna - Pioneer of Physical Education
  • Antique Toy Car Presentation
  • Building at 38 West Ave moved from Main Street
  • Betsy Garner Carpenter, Letter to the Editor
  • Chester Hutchinson, Veteran, Patriot & Loyal Citizen
  • Egypt Band Won the Prize, March 18, 1905

March 2012 (Vol. XLIV, No 6)

  • Tony's Shoe Repair - A Slice of Fairport History
  • Earlier Perinton Pioneers - Pioneer Association of Western NY
  • Spotlight on Landmarks - First Congregational Church of Christ 
  • An Evening with Susan B. Anthony Presentation 

Feb. 2012 (Vol. XLIV, No 5)

  • Tale of Two Barns; by Catherine Angevine
  • Fairport's First Trolley Station
  • Fairport's Founding Fathers, Part II
  • Rochester Easter Line - Program Feb. at 7:30 p.m.
  • Prohibition Raid 1932; Bill Keeler

Jan. (no issue)

Dec. 2011 (Vol. XLIV, No 4)

  • Big Snow Storm of 1944 - Betsy Garner Carpenter Remembers
  • Another Story of Baseball – Donkey Ball
  • Fall Clean Up – Greenbrier Garden Club
  • Perinton Landmark – Orchard Glen, est. 1832
  • Forgotten Founding Father - Augustus C. Hill
  • Underground Railroad Program – Jan. 17, 2012
  • Windows to the Past, 200 Years of Perinton, NY History; by Jean Keplinger

Nov. 2011 (Vol. XLIV, No 3

  • Presidents Message - Bob Hunt
  • Five New Properties & Artifacts Designated 
  • Just Around the Corner; C. R. Sawdey
  • Art & Life of Fairport Artist Carl W. Peters
  • New in Our Gift Shop; Civil War Journal
  • Potter War Memorial 

Oct. 2011 (Vol. XLIV, No 2)

  • Presidents Letter - Bob Hunt
  • Baseball in Fairport
  • Fairport Herald; Friday - August, 27 1875
  • Baseball Artifacts at the Museum
  • Herb Howard's Memories of Baseball Games from Sept. 2, 1915 
  • Monroe County Mailm "Home News" May 21, 1903 
  • Greenbrier Garden Club
  • Life and Letters of Kate Gleason 

Sept. 2011 (Vol.XLIV, No 1)

  • Looking Back; the Last 12 Months - Catherine Angevine
  • New President Message - Bob Hunt 
  • Treasurer Report; Sept. 2010 to Aug. 2011 - Bob Hunt 
  • Happenings at the Museum - Bill Keeler
  • Membership Renewal Form 

May 2011 (Vol.XLIII, No 8)

  • Inventor - Dr. Albert J. Burns
  • Keck's Farm - National Hill Climb
  • Inventors - The Nicosia Brothers 

April 2011 (Vol.XLIII, No 7)

  • William M. Newman -His Fabulous Houses
  • May House Tour - Forest Hills
  • Abram E. Crane, Inventor of Cabbage Harvester

March 2011 (Vol.XLIII, No 6)

  • John Rochester Thomas Display - March 2011 to Oct. 2011
  • Fellowship Repairs Museum
  • Solon H. Bushnell, Inventor of Improved Hay Rakes

Feb. 2011 (Vol. XLIII, No 5)

  • Perinton Inventors: Daniel C. Rand & Mortimer Wadhams
  • Landmarks of the Village of Fairport Presentation Feb.15th
  • How the Hamlet of Egypt Got Its Name

Dec. 2010 (Vol. XLIII, No 4)

  • Rare Architectural Drawings in Museum; 8 Woodlawn, 88 West Church
  • Transitioning Society into 21th Century
  • "Discovery of a Lake Ontario Schooner Program" - Jan. 18th

Nov. 2010 (Vol.XLIII, No 3)

  • Albert E. Clark, Inventor - Device for Conductors
  • Nov. 16th Speaker Christopher Bensch, Strong Museum of Play
    "Decking the Halls to Shopping Malls"
  • Earliest Maps of the Erie Canal

Oct. 2010 (Vol.XLII, No 2)

  • The Rose Breeders; Part 2 of 2: George B. Hart, Horticulturist, Hart's Green House
  • Lincoln Inaugural Book & Plate on Sale in Gift Shop
  • Village Barns Cataloged
  • Mary Jewett Telford, Civil War Nurse
  • Cartwright's Fairport Poultry
  • Frank Van Duzen, "Deadly Catch" from NY Times July 1900

Sept. 2010 (Vol. XLIII, No 1)

  • The Rose Breeders; Part 1 of 2: Thomas Edison Motose, Horticulturist
  • Greetings from the President- Catherine Angevine
  • Whatcha Got Cookin'? - Cookbook Project
  • “We Dig History” Float in July 4th Parade
  • Editor of the Historigram Stepping Down
  • Support the PHS with Your Membership

May 2010 (Vol. XLII, No 7)

  • Tribute to Peter J. McDonough
  • Annual Meeting & Picnic May 18th
  • Cookbook Committee Needs Recipes
  • Musuem Staff and Canal Days Booth Needs Volunteer
  • Museum Extended Summer Hours
  • Donations in Memory of Peter J. McDonough & Imogene C. Blum
  • Long Term Members Recognized
  • April-No Newsletter; Historic Tour Booklet & Ticket Mailed

March 2010 (Vol. XLII, No 6)

  • The Panic of 1907 and the Sanitary Can Company; Part 2
  • The Formation of the American Can Co. and Demise of the Sanitary Can
  • New Commemorative Stamps Honor 2 Fairport Women; Minerva Lewis Deland & Marjorie Snow Merriman
  • Crime in Fairport 1874
  • Historiagram Crossword Puzzle
  • Fundraising - Cookbook in the Works
  • Fourth of July Float Plans - Volunteer to Help

Feb. 2010 (Vol. XLII, No 5)

  • The Panic of 1907 and the Sanitary Can Company; Part 1
    The Creation of the Sanitary Can Company
  • Pioneer Prohibition Club Banner Recalls Third Party Politics in America
  • The Canal, by Henry Rose - published in Gentleman’s Magazine in 1891

Dec. 2009 (Vol. XLII, No 4)

  • Canal Riot of 1871; The Troops Arrive; Part 4
  • Inventor of the Mirocopist's Turn Table, Ezra H. Griffith
  • Lift Bridge Plaque Donated to Museum

Nov. 2009 (Vol. XLII, No 3)

  • Canal Riot of 1871: The Riot; Part 3
  • Village Landmark at 18 Perrin Street, by Jean Whitney
  • Deland Artifacts Display: Ontario County Historical Society

Oct. 2009 (Vol. XLII, No 2)

  • Canal Riot of 1871: The Break; Part 2
  • Book Available in Gift Shop "Morrison's History of Perinton, Monroe County 1812-1876"
  • Fairport Puzzles Available in Gift Shop
  • Improved Medical Compound, Patent Held by William Evans Robinson, M.D. 5-18-1869
  • Re-roofing of Museum Slated to Begin

Sept. 2009 (Vol. XLII, No 1)

  • Canal Riot of 1871: The Prelude; Part 1
  • Landscape Changes at Museum; includes Edward Lawson's Architect Drawing
  • June, July & Aug.-No Newsletter

April 2009 (Vol. XLII, No 7)

  • Inventors of Egypt: The Woolsey Brothers; Part 2, Lorenzo Jerome Woolsey
  • Don't Do That; article on hitching posts and mounting blocks in the Village of Fairport
  • May-No Newsletter

March 2009 (Vol. XLI, No 6)

  • Inventors of Egypt: The Woolsey Brothers; Part 1; Elliot Hartman Woolsey
  • August Schilling & his Physician Contrive a Jolter of Great Power
  • Gift Shop Now Selling Genuine Fairport Commemorative Postage Stamps
  • Board Adopts New Logo for Society
  • Novel Shaking Machine Invented for a Lakeside Patient

Feb. 2009 (Vol. XLI, No5)

  • Rare 1817 Geddes Survey Maps; Erie Canal

Dec. 2008 (Vol. XLI, No 4)

  • Early Housing Subdivision - Village; Faircroft
  • Early Housing Subdivisions - Town of Perinton
  • Invented in Fairport 1875; Clothes Pounder-Chauncey B. & George W. Hart

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June, July & Aug. (No Newsletter)

May 2008

April (No Newsletter; Historic Tour Booklet & Ticket Mailed)

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April 2007 House Tour

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Oct. 2005 House Tour

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Historigram Development:

Bill Poray, Editor

Keith Boas, Art Director

Jim Unckless, Distribution

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