High School, Honeoye Falls, N.Y.
Circa 1905.


The first building erected on this site was a brick, two-room schoolhouse in 1826.

In 1855, the Honeoye Falls Union Free School was built in its place.
Expanded in 1896, it served as the Honeoye Falls High School for the next 30 years, until after the 1927-1928 school year, when it was vacated for the current school building on East Street.
It was razed in 1931.

Following its removal, the site was named "Harry Allen Park," in honor of the resident physican who had donated the land to the village for educational purposes nearly 100 years prior.  

Today is park is used for music performances and festivals. 

Present-day view would be from the North Main Street, click here.

High School, Honeoye Falls, N.Y. (COLOR)

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