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Overlooked Orleans 2019

Train Collides with Locomotive in Holley, 1926 1.07.2019

Dentistry duo fixed Albion teeth 1.09.2019

First lady of American football came from Albion 1.14.2019

Hollywood prizefighter with Albion roots 1.21.2019

Looking back at the Blizzard of ’77 2.04.2019

Early calls for abolitionist lectures fell on deaf ears in Orleans County 2.11.2019

Hawkins was part of famous Civil War unit 2.19.2019

When coal was king 2.26.2019

Former Albion man inspired hatred 3.06.2019

Johann George Singler earned citizenship through military 3.11.2019

Yates man Fernando Wickham employed with Panama Canal Project 3.18.2019

Orleans men served in USCT regiments 3.26.2019

Steward lobbied for food and drug purity 4.01.2019

Daughter of Union officer became namesake 4.11.2019

The gilded courthouse dome 4.15.2019

Fairman was a respected professor 4.23.2019

Lyndonville Canning Company pioneered applesauce production 5.04.2019

Blacksmiths provided essential services for local famers 5.06.2019

Central Drug Store had the goods 5.16.2019

Medina native rests at Normandy American Cemetery 5.21.2019

Shelby native Kenneth Owen parachuted into France on D-Day 6.04.2019

The ruins of the Cochran farm 6.10.2019

Refugees fled Communists, establish farm in Carlton 6.17.2019

New headstone to honor Medal of Honor winner 6.24.2019

Barre bicentennial provides opportunity to celebrate the ordinary and extraordinary 6.25.2019

John Butts, Medal of Honor recipient from Medina, ‘performed magnificently’ while leading soldiers in World War II 7.06.2019
John Butts, Medal of Honor recipient from Medina, ‘performed magnificently’ while leading soldiers in World War II 7.06.2019 (2)

Shelby native’s distinguished service during Boxer Rebellion 7.10.2019

Orleans County native Vosler honored for courageous effort Over Bremen, Germany 7.13.2019

Wesendorf Hotel served Fancher community 7.31.2019

East Bank Street was hub of downtown Albion 8.03.2019

Mt. Albion replaced small municipal burial grounds in 1843 8.03.2019 (2)
Mt. Albion replaced small municpal burial grounds in 1843 8.03.2019 (2 p2)

Albion woman served as University of Rochester’s first female faculty member 8.10.2019
Albion woman served as University of Rochester’s first female faculty member 8.10.2019 (2)

Reynolds & Flintham were Main Street entrepreneurs in Albion a century ago 8.17.2019
Reynolds & Flintham were Main Street entrepreneurs in Albion a century ago 8.17.2019 (2)

Couch company thrived briefly in Medina 8.24.2019

Perkins took another man’s place in war 8.31.2019

Elm Park, north of Medina, was a popular picnic retreat in the early 1900s 9.07.2019

Old Millville store has rich past 9.21.2019

One wife wasn’t enough for Bates 9.28.2019

Pells jilted his bride and got sued 10.05.2019

Orleans group sought to ban booze 10.12.2019

Mausolem holds Albion ‘characters’ 10.19.2019

Orleans said ‘no’ to women’s suffrage 11.02.2019
Orleans said ‘no’ to women’s suffrage 11.02.2019 (2)

South Clinton Crossing was busy intersection for agricultural shipping 11.09.2019

A 19th century view of Main Street Albion 11.16.2019

Warner took the money and ran 11.30.2019

Orleans kids had Christmas dreams 12.07.2019

The birth of the Charles W. Howard Santa Claus School 12.14.2019

Recalling Howard’s Beloved Christmas Park 12.21.2019

Local mills proved essential for growth of communities 12.28.2019