The old City Hall on the corner of South Fitzhugh and Broad Street, Rochester, NY. 
Circa 1912. 

Rochester's original city hall was designed by local architect, A.J Warner in 1875. This five-story, Victorian Gothic building served as City Hall until 1977, upon which the City government relocated to the old Post Office (Federal Building) on Church Street. Originally running along the old Erie Canal (Broad Street), the back entrance was later converted into the front entrance onto Broad Street. The building also lost its top spire from the bell tower and the small park between the County Court House. Today, it referred to as the "Irving Place Building."

It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places on September 17, 1974.

Present-day view would have been from the 3rd floor of the Free Academy building across the street, click here.

Old City Hall, Rochester, N.Y.

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