Here’s a pretty picture of another old school, Scotia’s original Mohawk School, on Mohawk Avenue. It was built in 1870, and served as the school until sometime in the 1930s when the “new” school was built on Ten Broeck Avenue, deeper in the village. The building then served as the Colonial Ice Cream factory, until it was torn down in 1962 to make a parking lot for the Baptist Church.
Hoxsie is nothing but rail talk these days, and combine that with news about the old hometown and it’s not […]
The grand opening of the Great Western Gateway Bridge, a decade in the planning, was a very big deal indeed. […]
“Successful Methods,” a civil engineering magazine from around about a century ago, took the time in November 1920 to detail […]
As Schenectady grew into an industrial powerhouse and State Street grew into a thriving commercial district, and as automobiles began […]
I don’t think I’ve ever seen this view before (another one from the Boston Public Library collection), but it’s a […]
One last postcard view of the somewhat idyllic village of Scotia, NY. Or at least of its picnic pavilions. We […]