View of the George Eastman's residence on East Avenue, Rochester, NY.

Circa 1905.


Designed by local architect J. Foster Warner, and modeled after the Root House in Buffalo, Mr. Eastman's Georgian Colonial Revival mansion was built in 1905. By 1919, wanting to expand his house northward, he had half of his house separated and repositioned via railroad tracks. Upon his death in 1932, the estate was entrusted to the University of Rochester (where several university presidents resided) until 1948, when the university transferred the property into the George Eastman Museum. It is now the world’s oldest photography museum with one of the world’s oldest film archives.


The estate was added to the National Register of Historic Places on November 13, 1966.

Present-day view would be from East Avenue, click here.

Residence of Mr. George Eastman, Rochester, N.Y.

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