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If you know any of the people, the places or even any stories about any of the images, please let us know. We thank you in advance for any help you may be able to provide! So follow us on Facebook and join us on MYSTERY MONDAYS.

Facebook - June 20

Does anyone know any information about this place in Seneca Falls, NY?

Our records show this is Glen Wagon Work in 1903.

Updating our records any info would be appreciated.

The Historical Society is open Monday – Friday from 9 am – 4 pm. Tours start at 10 am and run every hour with last tour going out at 3 pm. We will be open starting July 2nd on Saturday’s from 10 am – 3 pm.

 

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Facebook - June 6

Does anyone know where this might be in Seneca Falls? Looks like a bridge in the background. Also maybe the year this may have been taken place in.

The Historical Society is open Monday – Friday from 9 am – 4 pm. Tours start at 10 am and run every hour with last tour going out at 3 pm

 

Facebook - June 13

So this looks like a clothing store or hat store. Does anyone remember this store being downtown Seneca Falls and what kind of store it was and possibly whom owned it? Maybe W.J. Mackin?

The Historical Society is open Monday – Friday from 9 am – 4 pm. Tours start at 10 am and run every hour with last tour going out at 3 pm. The Society will be open on Saturdays starting July 2nd.

 

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Facebook - May 23

This is the Chamberlain Mill in 1915. Does anyone remember what this mill was before this? Hint: has a lot to do with names in Seneca Falls

Answer below.

The Historical Society is open Monday – Friday from 9 am – 4 pm. Tours start at 10 am and run every hour with the last tour going out at 3 pm.

Answer: Mynderse Mill

 

Facebook - May 30

Does anyone know whom these two lovely ladies are? We are updating our archive files and would love to know.

The Historical Society is open Monday – Friday from 9 am – 4 pm. Tours start at 10 am and run every hour with the last tour going out at 3 pm.

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Facebook - May 09

We are trying to finish up our pictures in the Archives room in labeling them. Does anyone know whom this family wedding picture is?

The Seneca Falls Historical Society is open from 9 am – 4 pm Monday – Friday. Tours start at 10 am and last tour goes out at 3 pm.

Facebook - May 16

This is another picture we have in our archives files that we do not know whom they are. Does anyone have any idea?

Does anyone know whom this family wedding picture is?

The Seneca Falls Historical Society is open from 9 am – 4 pm Monday – Friday. Tours start at 10 am and last tour goes out at 3 pm.

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Facebook - April 25

Does anyone know what statues these are and where they are in Seneca County? The answer is below but try to guess and see if you know your history?

Answer: The M’Clintocks of Waterloo

Late in 1836 the Thomas and Mary Ann M’Clintock family moved from Philadelphia to Waterloo. While the M’Clintock family lived in Waterloo (1836-56), Thomas and Mary Ann M’Clintock and their two oldest daughters, Elizabeth and Mary Ann, were active Quaker abolitionists and supporters of the Underground Railroad. They were also major organizers of the first woman’s rights convention in Seneca Falls, NY, in July 1848. As abolitionists, they signed antislavery petitions; served as officers in local, regional, and national antislavery societies; wrote letters to national antislavery newspapers; organized antislavery fairs; hosted major antislavery lectures; and used their home as a stop on the Underground Railroad.

Thomas M’Clintock personally threw himself wholeheartedly into antislavery activity. He put his talents to work in Waterloo as soon as he arrived. In December 1836, the very month that Thomas M’Clintock purchased his first drugstore from Samuel Lundy, he is one of the twenty Waterloo residents that formed an antislavery society. Thomas M’Clintock became an agent for the Liberator, sold antislavery almanacs, lectured on abolitionism, wrote abolitionist articles, and organized local antislavery meetings. He became a vice-president of the Western New York Anti-Slavery Society. In 1843, he joined the Board of Managers of the American Anti-Slavery Society, and in 1848, he became a vice-president of the American Anti-Slavery Society.

Much of the reforming work on the M’Clintocks took place in the M’Clintock Drugstore which was located starting in 1839 in No. 1 Hunt Block. The M’Clintocks’ home at 16 East William Street was just north of their drugstore on Main Street. In their drugstore, the family sold only products “free from the labor of slaves.” The M’Clintock daughters worked as clerks in the store. In the early years of antislavery organizing, it was one of the few places that reformers could meet in the village. In the room above their store, Elizabeth M’Clintock opened a select school for girls. Then the M’Clintocks opened up this room for temperance and abolitionist meetings. There were meetings of the Waterloo Female Temperance Society. Several dozen local women belonged, including the African Americans Maria Jackson and her oldest daughter Mary. Abolitionists used this room, also. The biracial Disciples of Christ Church met here regularly after 1853. Several African Americans belonged to this church, including Thomas and Maria Jackson and their two daughters, Mary and Cornelia.

The Seneca Falls Historical Society is open from 9 am – 4 pm Monday – Friday. Tours start at 10 am and last tour goes out at 3 pm.

Facebook - May 02

So, we know this is Andrew’s Restaurant on Fall Street in Seneca Falls and is owned by Arthur Andrews. But, does anyone know any family history of Arthur Andrews or what year he owned the Restaurant?

The Seneca Falls Historical Society is open from 9 am – 4 pm Monday – Friday. Tours start at 10 am and last tour goes out at 3 pm.

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Facebook - April 11

These pictures are in our archive room photo boxes unlabeled. Does anyone recognize these men? Maybe the year also?

Thank you!

The Seneca Falls Historical Society is open from 9 am – 4 pm Monday – Friday. Tours start at 10 am and last tour goes out at 3 pm.

Facebook - April 18

Do you know who’s house this was? .

Seneca County was a remarkable crucible of nationally important debates about the great American experiment in democracy and about the meaning of the Declaration of Independence, “that all men [and women] are created equal.” By 1848, local people came to some conclusions about these ideals of equality that the nation as a whole did not accept until after the Civil War.

The Bonnel-Dells were one of several Quaker families in Seneca County that played a major role in the reforming activism that took place, acting on their religious beliefs in equality. The concentration of these Quaker families in the Waterloo area, helps to explain why Waterloo, along with Seneca Falls, were the two key areas of activism in Seneca County in the years before the Civil War.

The Bonnel-Dell families all prospered in their Waterloo homes. Charles Bonnel and Henry Bonnell became farmers, amassing many acres of land. William S. and Thomas Dell owned a large nursery and were leaders in the Seneca County Agricultural Society. At the county fair in 1848, William Dell won $1 for the best “twenty kinds of apples” plus 25 cents for the best apple seedling and another 25 cents for the best fruit trees.

Both male and females in these families were active in reform efforts. Because he was opposed to all war, Charles Bonnel refused to pay war taxes, which led him to be fined and imprisoned and his property impounded. Henry Bonnell and William S. Dell signed antislavery petitions. Rachel Dell Bonnel, the oldest child of Charles and Deanna Dell Bonnel, signed the Declaration of Sentiments adopted at the July 1848 Seneca Falls woman’s rights convention, as did her uncle William S. Dell and cousin Thomas Dell.

The Historical Society is open Monday – Friday from 9 am – 4 pm. Tours start at 10 am every hour and last tour goes out at 3 pm.

The Seneca Falls Historical Society is open from 9 am – 4 pm Monday – Friday. Tours start at 10 am and last tour goes out at 3 pm.

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Facebook - March 28

Here is another picture of a group of workers at the Seneca Knitting Mill. Does anyone recognize anyone in this picture? This would help our archival files to be updated. Thank you!

The Seneca Falls Historical Society is open from 9 am – 4 pm Monday – Friday. Tours start at 10 am and last tour goes out at 3 pm.

Facebook - April 4

Would anyone know whom this is?
We are trying to update our archive files and have no name for this picture that was given to us. Thank you.

The Seneca Falls Historical Society is open from 9 am – 4 pm Monday – Friday. Tours start at 10 am and last tour goes out at 3 pm.

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Facebook - March 14

So we know this is a Knitting Mill photo but what we don’t know is who all the gentleman are in the photo. Does anyone know who any of these people are?

The community has done so well in the past in recognizing people, we want to thank you for all your help.

The Seneca Falls Historical Society is open from 9 am – 4 pm Monday – Friday. Tours start at 10 am and last tour goes out at 3 pm.

Facebook - March 21

This is a picture from the Seneca Knitting Mill. This is a worker at the Mill and from the information we have, he worked in the billing department.

Does anyone know who this is?

The Seneca Falls Historical Society is open Monday – Friday from 9 am – 4 pm. Tours start at 10 am and last tour goes out at 3 pm.

 

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Facebook - February 28

The Historical Society has this in its archives. This is a picture of World War II Mynderse Boys home from the War.

Can anyone name the men in this photo?

Thank you all so much. Historical Society is open Monday- Friday from 8:30 am – 4:30 pm. Tours start at 10 am and last tour goes out at 3 pm. Research is open from 9 am – 4 pm.

Facebook - March 7

Here is a photo we have in the archives. Does anyone recognize the gentlemen in the photo?

Who were the Up streamers? A team? A Musical group? Educational group?

Can you tell us?

Thank you all so much. Historical Society is open Monday- Friday from 8:30 am – 4:30 pm. Tours start at 10 am and last tour goes out at 3 pm. Research is open from 9 am – 4 pm.

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Facebook - February 14

I know we have tried to find information about this picture before but does anyone know the store name? And maybe even where it might have been located in Seneca Falls?

Thank you all so much. Historical Society is open Monday- Friday from 8:30 am – 4:30 pm. Tours start at 10 am and last tour goes out at 3 pm. Research is open from 9 am – 4 pm.

Facebook - February 21

So we know this is the Seneca Falls Football Team at Mynderse Academy but, can anyone name the gentlemen on the team? It would be great to find out whom they are? Maybe a story or two about them or the team itself.

Thank you all so much. Historical Society is open Monday- Friday from 8:30 am – 4:30 pm. Tours start at 10 am and last tour goes out at 3 pm. Research is open from 9 am – 4 pm.

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Facebook - January 31

Today we feature another gentleman similar to the one last Monday. Would anyone know whom this is or where he worked by the clothing he is wearing so we can update our archive files.

We appreciate your thoughts and information.

The Seneca Falls Historical Society is open for tours or research. Monday – Friday.
Tours start at 10 am and last tour goes out at 3 pm. Research is open from 9 am – 4 pm.

Facebook - February 07

Can anyone identify this Hunter? Does he look familiar?

We are in a constant quest trying to update our archives files. Any information would help. Thank you!

The Seneca Falls Historical Society is open for tours or research. Monday – Friday.
Tours start at 10 am and last tour goes out at 3 pm. Research is open from 9 am – 4 pm.

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Facebook - January 17

Can anyone identify any of the Gentlemen in this photo? Looks like it might be a club or association get together.. any help with this would be great!
The Seneca Falls Historical Society is open for tours or research. Monday – Friday.
Tours start at 10 am and last tour goes out at 3 pm. Research is open from 9 am – 4 pm.

 

Facebook - January 24

On Mystery Monday we ask you to try to identify for our archives files whom or what you know of the pictures. This picture looks like a gentleman from maybe the early 1900’s. He is definitely from around here because through the years people have given pictures of family members and unfortunately, we do not have the information today and that’s why we ask for your help. Any information would be great!

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Facebook - January 03

Just throwing out there another picture that we had put out there once before but never got an answer to whom this is, or what store it may be in Seneca County. If You have any information, please let us know so we can update out files. Thank you.

Seneca Falls Historical Society is open Mon- Friday from 9 am – 4 pm.

 

Facebook - January 10

Mystery Monday we try to see if anyone knows the people or places we post to update our archives files. Here we have three gentlemen in front of an airplane. These are local people. Does anyone know whom they are and why they are skydiving, perhaps for an event?

Give us your thoughts.

Seneca Falls Historical Society is open Mon- Friday from 9 am – 4 pm.

 

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Facebook - December 27

I wanted to throw this out there again to see if anyone would know who this gentleman was? It is a photo that someone gave us years ago and we do not have a name and would love to place him in our archives files. Please help us.. Thank you

Seneca Falls Historical Society is open Mon- Friday from 9 am – 4 pm.

 

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Facebook - December 20

I know this is an interesting photo of a young man and I may be reaching because its so old but, someone gave it to us years ago and we do not know whom it is. If anyone can come up with whom this is it would help to update our archive files. Thank you.

Seneca Falls Historical Society is open Mon- Friday from 9 am – 4 pm.

 

Facebook - December 13

This is a photo we have in our archives. Everyone has been great in letting us know whom the people, place and time of picture, and we appreciate it. Can anyone tell us whom this gentleman is and possibly where photo was taken?

Seneca Falls Historical Society is open Mon- Friday from 9 am – 4 pm.

 

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Facebook - December, 6

Last year we asked you if anyone knew the people in this photo. Just thought we would throw it out there again to see if anyone new can identify anyone in this photo for our archives files?

 

Facebook - November, 29

We put this picture out there last year and did not get any responds. Just hoping this time someone can recognize anyone in the photo or where it might have taken place, maybe a year? Thanks for your help!

 

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Facebook - November, 22

Here is another picture in our archives that we do not know whom it is. Would you recognize this women? Thank you for helping us updates our files. This helps when people come in for research and are looking for a photo and information.

If you would like to do research at the Historical Society we are open Monday – Friday from 9 am – 4 pm. Let us know your coming. We can also do research from afar. Call 315-568-8412 and let us know what your looking for so we can help. There are charges for researching, we will let you know when you stop in or call.

 

Facebook - November, 15

Does anyone recognize this young gentlemen. The photo is in our achieve files unidentified. If you can identify this person please let us know.

Seneca Falls Historical Society is open Mon- Friday from 9 am – 4 pm.

 

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Facebook - November, 8

This is a great picture of a father and child that we have in our archive files. We would ask if anyone would know the Monday Mystery picture so we can update our files. If you know whom this is please share with us!

If you would like to visit the Historical Society we are open Monday – Friday 9 am – 4 pm daily.

Facebook - November, 1

What a cute photo! This photo is in our archives unidentified. Please help us to find out whom this adorable child is so we can put a name to the face..

If you would like to visit the Historical Society, we are open Monday- Friday from 9:00 am – 4:00 pm. Tours start at 10:00 am and the last tour leaves at 3 pm.

 

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Facebook - November, 1

What a cute photo! This photo is in our archives unidentified. Please help us to find out whom this adorable child is so we can put a name to the face..

If you would like to visit the Historical Society, we are open Monday- Friday from 9:00 am – 4:00 pm. Tours start at 10:00 am and the last tour leaves at 3 pm.

 

Facebook - October, 25

Does anyone know who this lovely couple is so we can update our archive folder of photo’s. Thank you.

 

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Facebook - October, 18

Every Monday each month we take a photo from our archive files that is unlabeled and we ask our Facebook friends to help us identify the photo if you can. It helps us to put a name to a photo or information about the photo. Thank you for all you do for us.

Here we have a photo of a father and child. Can anyone identify the father and maybe we can identify the child he is holding.

The Historical Society is open for tours from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm daily. Last tour leaves at 3:00 pm.

Facebook - October, 11

Every Monday each month we have a photo that is unidentified in our archives files. We ask the community if they know anything about the picture or whom it is or where it could be from. Here we have a couple that just got married but we don’t know whom they are. If you could tell us that would be great! Good Luck and Thank you from the Historical Society.

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Facebook - October, 4

Every Monday we try to put a photo that is unidentified in our archives files. The community on here has been so kind in finding out what and who the photo’s are. This one is an older photo but someone may recognize them. Looks like maybe a brother and sister. These pictures were brought into the Historical Society years ago and were never labeled to whom they are. We need your help! Good Luck and Thank you everyone!

Facebook - September, 27

We have some unidentified photos in our archives files. This is an old picture of a infant that the Historical Society received from a community member years ago. Can anyone identify this photo?

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Facebook - September, 20

We have some unidentified photos in our archives. We would love your help in identifying these photos. They re of people, places and events.

This photo is of a young gentlemen. We do not know the date or whom it is. Can anyone help us?

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Facebook - September, 13

We have this old photo of a gentleman in our archives.

Looks like he is in a Uniform of some sort. Would anyone recognize the uniform or the person? This would help us to identify for our files.

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Facebook - September, 6

We have an unidentified photo in our archives this week.

Can anyone identify this young man?

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Facebook - August, 30

Can anyone identify the men and woman in this photo? or where possibly this might have been or what school it might have been taken at?

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Facebook - August, 23

This is a picture of The National Protective Legion. Does anyone recognize someone from Seneca Falls in the photo? Not sure where the picture was taken? Anyone have some information on this as being part of Seneca Falls or surrounding area. I found some research on when it started.

The first National Protective Legion Lodge was organized in Waverly on October 16, 1890 with forty one charter members. A preliminary certificate authorizing the Association to commence business was granted by the Insurance department of the State of New York on March 27, 1891. On the 17th of August following the incorporators having made affidavit, that at least two hundred eligible persons had applied for membership and that the total amount of certificates issued by the association was not less then the $ 400,000 the certificate having been issued upon the application of Edwin E. Rogers, M. Quigley, A.K. Gore, F.E. Lyford, P.L. Lang, F.A. Sawyer Dr. W.N. Hinton, H.C. Brewster, and F.W. Merriam.

Hopefully we can find some information on what it has to do with our area!

Facebook - August, 16

This is a photo we have in our archive files. As you can see it is the Mynderse Orchestra. We do not know what year or whom the ladies and gentlemen are in the photo.

Would anyone know whom they are and what year this could be?

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Facebook - August, 9th

Not sure who are the people in this photo? Does anyone have any idea or if they are a group of some sort from Seneca Falls or surrounding area?

Facebook - August, 2nd

Every month on Mondays we present a photo that is in our archives. We have no idea where, who or when it is. We ask the community to tell us any information on the photo’s. This helps us at the Seneca Falls Historical Society and the community has fun figuring out the photo’s. Thank you all again for this months photo’s.

Today we have a bunch of ladies dressed up, possibly in the early 1900’s. Maybe by the lake or canal? Anyone recognize anyone in the photo or know what the ladies are gathering for?

Help us out, and have a great August Monday!

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Facebook - July, 26th

Its the last day in July for Mystery Monday.!

Does anyone know where this picture was taken, the year and possibly the men in the picture?

Looks like a lot of servicemen. Would love to update our archive files and find out more about this photo.

Thank you everyone!!

Facebook - July, 19th

This looks like a local farm in the area?

Does anyone recognize the people in this photo or what farm it may be on?

Trying to update our archive files and everyone has been great at figuring out the photo’s for us. Brings back a lot of memories for the community.

Thank you again!

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Facebook - July, 12th

We have this great picture of young gentlemen perhaps students from a wood craft class.

Does anyone recognize anyone in the picture or where this might have been taken and the year? This helps our archive files in finding out the identification of the photo’s.

Any information to help us update our archive files will be most helpful.

Thank you again!

Facebook - July, 5th

Does anyone recognize the gentlemen in this photo?
The photograph is of the Past Masters from the Seneca Grange and was taken by Grace Woodworth in 1923

Any information to help us update our archive files will be most helpful.

Thank you again!

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Facebook - June, 28th

We wondered if you could help us out! This photo says it is a building at 3 West Bayard Street in Seneca Falls, NY owned by Harry Crothers. Date of photo is May 8, 1945.

Does anyone know if this was a store or restaurant? We want to update our archives files. Thank you so much!

Facebook - June, 21st

Does anyone remember what building this is? Where it might be in Seneca County? What was it used for?

Thank you again!

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Facebook - June, 14th

Does anyone know if this is the inside of the old Gould Hotel Bar and Restaurant?

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Thank you again!

Facebook - June, 7th

Of course this is the T.B. Baird clothing store downtown back in the 1800’s but what was this Rose Frances Dress Shop on Fall Street years later? We are trying to get the history of businesses downtown Seneca Falls.

Thank you again!

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Facebook - May, 31th

Does anyone know where this picture was taken and what event it might have been?

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Thank you again!

Facebook - May, 24th

Does anyone recognize the men in this picture and what farm it may be in Seneca County?

Trust you enjoy this one!!

Thank you again!

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Facebook - May, 17th

Can you guess where this picture was taken and when or know anyone in the picture?

Let us know at the Seneca Falls Historical Society so we can update our Archive Photos!

Help us to find out more information about this picture!

Thank you again!

Facebook - May, 10th

So we’re assuming since this is in our Archives Collection that some of these men are from Seneca Falls.

Does anyone know who they are and where this might have been taken? Looks like Italians coming over on the boat to America….

Help us to find out more information about this picture!

Thank you again!

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Facebook - May, 3rd

This is a picture of families gathering for some kind of festivities. Does anyone know what they would have had on Oak Street in Seneca Falls? Maybe a year too? Could be the corner of Oak and Rumsey St.?

The only thing we could from the  sign is Rumsey Sportsman….

Thank you again everyone!

Facebook - April, 26th

This week we have a photo of a group of men and woman dressed up at an event. Possibly local at a Hall?  If you recognize any of the people, the significance behind attire or where this was taken, that would be a great help.

Thank you again everyone!

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Facebook - April, 19th

Can anyone tell us who is in this picture, maybe the year and where it might have been taken. We are trying to update archival files here at the Historical Society and so far everyone is doing great and I hope having fun trying to figure out who everyone is…

Thank you again everyone!

Facebook - April, 12th

We put this picture up a few months ago but we were wondering if anyone could at least tell us where this picture might have been taken in Seneca Falls?  If you recognize any of the people that would be great also, the corner seems familiar but we can’t figure it out.

Thank you again everyone!

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Facebook - April, 5th

Today we have a photo collage of a family we believe or could be various pictures of people. Does anyone recognize anyone in the photo, we would love to update our collection!

Thank you in advance!

Facebook - March, 29th

This is the last Mystery Monday for March. We are trying to update our archive files here at the Historical Society. We believe this was taken during a St. Anthony’s Festival in Seneca Falls. Not sure of the year or all the gentlemen in this picture. If you can help us with any information we would love to here from you. See you in April!.

Thank you in advance!

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Facebook - March, 22nd

Mystery Monday this week is something a little different.

While going through our artifacts we found this intriguing item.

Approx. 6 1/4″ long x 2″ wide, the top has 6 metal arms curved in an arc with a the ends rolled into a closed circle. The wooden base has been beautifully turned with the bottom portion (shown in insert) turned to a 1/4″ x 1/4″ diameter connecting lug.

Any information would be most appreciated.

Thank you.

Facebook - March, 15th

Mystery Monday in our third week of March. Can anyone help us update our archive files and tell us whom this lovely family wedding photo is and possibly the year.

Thank you in advance!

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Facebook - March, 8th

Can anyone recognize any of these men along with the event and year of this picture.

Thank you in advance for allowing us to update our archive files. Keeping History alive at the Historical Society is wonderful.

Facebook - March, 1st

March will start out being our Mystery Monday for the Historical Society. Every Monday we post a picture of a person or family or event that in our Archives we do not have any information on.

If anyone could help us update our files we would greatly appreciate this. Thank you in advance.

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Facebook - February, 22nd

Our final Mystery Monday for February 2021. If anyone can help us identify this lovely couple we would appreciate it. Any information would help our archive files here at the Seneca Falls Historical Society.

Thank you in Advance!

Facebook - February, 15th

The Seneca Falls Historical is trying to update our archives files. There are some pictures we are not sure of the identification of. If anyone can help us out it would be appreciated.

Thank you in advance!

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Facebook - February, 8th

We have a picture that we do not know who, what or where it is. If anyone can help identify this photo, we would appreciate it. Any information would help the Seneca Falls Historical Society update our Achieves.

Thank you in advance!

Facebook - February, 1st

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