Notable landmarks include (from left to right): Thomas Building (currently The Kitchen & Chandeliers Boutique)Wiltsie & Crump Building

Signage visible: [...] Bros, [...] Telephone & Telegraph Company, Veneer, Star Palace Laundry, Dry Cleaning, Main Street.

A 48-star flag flies over the Thomas Storefront at the corner of South Main Street and Monroe Avenue (NY-31), Pittsford, N.Y.
Circa 1913.

 

On July 4,1912, the 25th flag of the U.S. expanded to 48 stars with the addition of New Mexico (January 6th) and Arizona (February 14). President Taft ordered for the arrangement of six horizontal rows of eight stars each, with the single point of each star pointing upward. This would be the offical flag for the following 47 years, until 1959.

Formerly known as the town of Northfield, ​​​​Pittsford was settled in 1796 and incorporated in 1827. It was named by War of 1812 hero, Colonel Caleb Hopkins, after his birthtown of Pittsford, Vermont.


In 1984, Pittsford Village Historic District was listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

 

Present-day view would be from the Phoenix Building, click here.

Thomas Store, South Main Street, Pittsford, N.Y.

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