Latta Road at North Greece Road looking West, 1950.
The original Mother of Sorrows Church, dedicated February 5, 1832. It served parishioners from 1832 until 1859. The land it was built on was donated by Nicholas Read and most of the construction was done by members of the parish,
The Erie Canal undergoing widening construction in South Greece in 1909. The Buell and Ellison houses can be seen in the distance. The work was performed by the Empire Engineering Corporation, which was contracted to expand eight miles of the canal that passed through Greece. The steam shovel was the workhouse for this project and was also used in the building of the Panama Canal.
The inside counter of Wagg's Grocery & Provisions store. It was located on Lake and Pullman Avenues from the early 1900's until the 1960's. Pictured third from the left is Gilbert (Burt) Wagg. The store sold all manner of food product and household goods and at one time employed twenty eight people.
The Willis N. Britton School building located on Hoover Drive. It was built in 1929 on land donated by Mr. Britton. This would eventually become the Hoover Drive Middle School, the Odyssey School and is currently the Discovery Charter School, 1920's. The smaller district schools were required to change their names to reflect their neighborhood or streets when they joined the Greece Central district.
Office Bob Maslowski monitoring the speed of an adjacent vehicle while on a Greece Police Department Honda motorcycle, 1977.
Town nurse Mary Davidson, second from right, instructing members of the "Little Mothers' League" in the care of babies. From left to right are: Zilla Franse, Winifred Yeager, Elsie Johnston and Margaret Van Hulle, 1929.
Nine year old child actress M. Cathy Mendriski-Helmes singing on stage during performance of "42nd Street," 1954.
Barnard Fire Department officers and volunteers, 1930's.