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History: The hospital was named after William Pryor Letchworth, a humanitarian and philanthropist. Ever since it opened it was publicized as the model institution for the disabled. Since the beginning several principles were laid out and adhered to in order to ensure the utmost quality in care and they were as follows: The separation of sexes by dividing the campus into 2 halves, cut by a stream ... [Read more]

Willows Grove Road - Country Road 28, Haverstraw, New York 10927, .
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History: Originally opened as an annex to the Kings County Hospital in Brooklyn before it became a part of New York City, this hospital was meant to be a farming colony. It was established in a quiet little seaside village called St. Johnland, which was part of the Smithtown Township near the Nissequogue River and bordering the Long Island Sound at a picturesque bluff. The town would eventually ta... [Read more]

25 Park Avenue, Kings Park, New York 11754, United States.
(631) 761-2882
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The Algonquin Hotel is a New York City Landmark. The hotel was designed by Goldwin Starrett and it opened in 1902. The hotel was planned as a residential hotel but was changed into a lodging establishment. Frank Case took over the hotel in 1907 and bought the property for $1 million. Frank Case was the owner and manager of the hotel until in 1946. Upon Frank Case’s death, the hotel was purchased b... [Read more]

59 West 44th Street, New York, New York 10036, United States.
(212) 840-6800
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Sagamore Hotel’s history started in the late 1800s when hotel operator Myron O. Brown wanted to build an exclusive resort community in Lake George. With help from four millionaires from the Philadelphia area, they purchased the Green Island to build their dream hotel. The resort opened in 1882 but it was badly damaged by fire in 1893 and in 1914. The hotel was reconstructed and reopened in 1930. ... [Read more]

110 Sagamore Road, Bolton, New York 12814, United States.
518.644.9400
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DESCRIPTION/HISTORY: Built by Levi Valentine, in 1879, this sturdy, 4 floored; (basement & 3 floors), barn-like structure was built to last the ages, becoming a multi-purpose commercial and community center, as well as a safe haven against Indian attacks, in the early days, before the treaty was signed. Valentown Hall Museum's "banked" basement area was originally used as a stable for horses. ... [Read more]

7370 Valentown Road, Victor, New York 14564, United States.
585-924-4170
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HISTORY OF MANIFESTATIONS: People who die unexpectedly, in the middle of something meaningful to them, sometimes aren't ready to move on just yet, or like to visit and try to finish, or enjoy what they missed. ( The Capitol Building * Washington Opera House * Pittsburgh Theatre * Collingwood Art Center * East Stadium - Kansas State University ) Around 1910, an elderly woman died in the mi... [Read more]

20 Carroll Street, Poughkeepsie, New York 12601, United States.
(845) 452-8220
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HISTORY: The USS THE SULLIVANS: DD57, a new Fletcher Class Destroyer, was launched on April 4, 1943, at Bethlehem Steel Corporation, San Francisco CA, just 5 months after The USS Juneau was sunk, killing not only the Sullivan brothers but also thirty other families of brothers serving on this ship as well. This new Fletcher Class Destroyer was named after the Sullivan brothers, at the suggestio... [Read more]

1 Naval Park Cove, Buffalo, New York 14202, United States.
(716) 847-1773
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DESCRIPTION/HISTORY: The Stanley Theatre (Stanley Center for the Arts) is a grand old dame; a vintage late 1920s movie palace landmark, built to impress and entertain the public in just 13 months, providing a spectacular atmosphere for folks to come and watch films straight from Hollywood! This 2,963 seat cinema extravaganza edifice that opened on September 10, 1928, was the labor of love by w... [Read more]

259 Genesee Street, Utica, New York 13501, United States.
(315) 724-1113
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A strong spiritual presence has been felt in one apartment on the fifth floor, which is especially strong in the hallway. Objects were seen flying out of the refrigerator. Whispers have been heard in the bedroom. The bed shook once and the owner felt a hand on her leg. When the owner of the house was sick and in bed in 2011, some balloons that were in her living room passed through the hall and i... [Read more]

31-74 29th Street, New York, New York 11106, United States.
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