c1914 This pavilion was built in 1914 in Maplewood Park as a place for hikers to rest and enjoy the view. Horse-drawn wagons are seen crossing the bridge in the background.Rochester NY. This Maplewood Park Pavilion was built in 1914. It is surrounded by trees and provides a peaceful place for hikers to rest.
men rake up dead fish from the beach at Charlotte. Another man waits in a horse-drawn wagon to haul the fish away. Subject(s): Beaches--New York (State)--Irondequoit. Fish kills--Ontario, Lake (N.Y. and Ont.). Fish--New York (State)--Rochester. Parks--New York (State)--Rochester. black-and-white negatives. Notes: Stone photographic negative #12495 (RMSC), taken on the beach at Charlotte, was printed in the Rochester Herald, June 24, 1922