1960's Town of Greece Exposition display. In the 1950's and 1960's, the town would have an annual exposition celebration. This would often feature various community groups and government services organizations, highlighting the cultural and industrial accomplishments of the town.
Then Vice President Richard M. Nixon campaigning in Rochester, New York, November 1, 1960. He spoke at the Rochester War Memorial. Greece Town Supervisor Gordon Howe is pictured left of Mrs. Pat Nixon, Vice President went on to lose the election by a mere .17% margin in the popular vote.
Vietnam Veterans of American marching in Memorial Day Parade, 1990.
Memorial Day Parade marchers, 1990.
Christmas display constructed by the Greece Historical Society. This display was located in the foyer of the old Greece Town Hall on Ridge Road, 1988.
M. Cathy Mendriski-Helmes striking a deal with Santa, 1951.
1953 Arbor Day at the Hoover Drive School.
Greece Police officers at the Town of Greece Exposition, 1950's.
Civil Defense motorcade during "Civil Defense Week" parade. From left to right: Al Skinner, Greece Police Chief Milton Carter, Town Supervisor Vince Tofany and the Town of Greece Civil Defense Administrator Walter Whelahan, 1957. "Civil Defense Week" began at the urging of then President Dwight Eisnenhower to help develop community preparedness in the event of nuclear war or natural disasters.
Town of Greece employees posing in front of Christmas Tree at the old Town Hall, 1962.
Letter from President Richard M. Nixon congratulating the Town of Greece on their 150th Anniversary.
Cub Scouts and a marching band in the 1954 Memorial Day Parade.
The 1954 Memorial Day Parade marching down Ridge Road, 1954.
Sheriff Al Skinner, Greece Supervisor Vince Tofany and other officials marching in the Memorial Day Parade, 1954.
Marching band in the Memorial Day Parade, 1954.