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Village Hall, 136 Fall Street (State Route 5 & 20), Seneca Falls, Seneca County, NY

Village Hall, 136 Fall Street (State Route 5 & 20), Seneca Falls, Seneca County, NY



Significance: It was originally constructed in 1915 as a garage and automobile dealership for Adrian H. Boyce, a successful and active businessman in the early automotive industry in the Finger Lakes Region of western New York. It is believed that the Boyce Garage was designed by Martin Van Kirk, a builder, contractor and architect from the neighboring village of Waterloo. The Boyce Garage was a "fireproof" 3 story structure of steel, brick, and concrete with a glass curtain wall front facade...
Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: FN-415
Survey number: HABS NY-6305
Building/structure dates: 1915 Initial Construction
Building/structure dates: 1927 Subsequent Work
National Register of Historic Places NRIS Number: 80004397



Historic American Buildings Survey, creator
Van Kirk, Martin


Seneca Falls (N.Y.)42.91062, -76.79662
Google Map of 42.9106219, -76.7966215


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