Bloomfield, New York
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- Walking Tour
of Bloomfield, NY. "...The walking tour starts in historic
Elton Park and proceeds around the village's Historic District.
Click the link at the right to view (and print) a detailed map and
descriptions of over 50 historic homes and buildings
We hope you enjoy your stroll through our historic village and that
you'll stop and shop at the businesses supporting the Bloomfield
Buzz along the way. Without them, this site would not be possible."
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- Village of Bloomfield, NY
Official Web site. "East Bloomfield was formed in 1789 as
part of the Phelps and Gorham Purchase and the township of East
Bloomfield was defined in 1833. The Village of Bloomfield was
incorporated on June 1, 1990 as the result of the consolidation of
the two Villages of East Bloomfield and Holcomb which had previously
existed side by side since 1917. Bloomfield is a picturesque New
England style community on Routes 5&20 with beautiful old churches,
monuments, century old trees and a village green. According to the
2000 census, the population was 1,267 in a total Town of East
Bloomfield population of 3,361."
- Bloomfield Public
Library. "A circulating library was first established in
East Bloomfield in 1799. The library was located in various
community buildings until 1968 when space was made available in the
basement of the new East Bloomfield Town Hall. The State of New York
granted an official charter to the Bloomfield Public Library in
A bequest from Lena Saxby Steele provided funds for a new library
building in 1982. After extensive research, the present site on
Church Street was purchased. The new library was dedicated to the
memory of Lena Saxby Steele on May 22, 1988."
- Electronic Communication
Museum. "...Founded in 1952, and now Chartered by the
State of New York as a not-for-profit educational entity, our museum
is truly blessed with some of the finest artifacts to be found
anywhere in the world. The museum charter covers the broad spectrum
of electronic communications from the earliest telegraph and
telephone period, through the exciting growth period of radio and
wireless development and continuing through modern times.
Those important elements that supported the industry; components,
documentation and scientific apparatus are likewise featured items
in the collection."
- Granger Homestead and
Carriage Museum. "Home to four generations of the Granger
Family, the Granger Homestead and Carriage Museum occupy a scenic
10-acre site on North Main Street, just a few blocks from downtown
Canandaigua, New York, about 20 miles southeast of Rochester. 12,000
visitors come to the Homestead annually."
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