Notable landmarks include (from left to right, just out of view): Monroe County Clerk’s Downtown Office, the newly-renovated Academy Building)
The old Rochester Savings Bank building, formally located on the corner of Fitzhught and West Main Street, in Downtown Rochester, NY.
Originally built in 1857 as a 3-story building, the addition of the top floor, lanterns, clocks and griffin gargoyles were completed by 1887. A year later, the top story would serve as the first Rochester Chamber of Commerce headquarters until 1895 (when the C of C moved to the Keeler-Kimball Estate building).
The building was razed in 1955 and replaced by the current Monroe Building (Rochester office of Stewart Title). The clocks read 10:36am.
Savings Bank, Rochester, N.Y. (COLORIZED)
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