Notable landmarks: Main Street East, Aqueduct Street, Wilder Building, German Insurance Building (Union Trust Building), Four Corners, Duffy-McInnerny Department Store, Powers Hotel,  Powers Building, Elwood and Exchange Place Building, Reynolds Arcade, and the Paine Building.


Signage visible:  J.C. Wilson Co. Jewelers, United Cigar, McFarlin Clothing Co., Reynolds Arcade, Western Union Telegraph, Straus Brothers, Paine Drugs, Garfield Real Estate, and Manhattan.

East Main Street looking West, between Aqueduct and Graves Streets, in Downtown Rochester, NY. 
Circa 1913. 

At 11:16am, pedestrians, automobiles and trolley cars stroll along East Main Street decorated for the 1913 Elk Convention.

Present-day view would be from just outside of the Canandaigua National Bank, click here.

Main Street West, during the Elk Convention, Rochester, N.Y

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