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C. A. Deavenport, Commission House, E. Main StreetC. A. Deavenport, Jobbers
C. B. Woodworth Sons Co.C. C. Holton, residence of, Elmwood Avenue, Brighton
C. C. Meyer, residence ofC. D. Cover, Carriages, East Main Street
C. E.. Bostwick, residence ofC. F. Wray, residence of
C. H. Buell, residence of, SpencerportC. H. Carroll, Department Store
C. H. Palmer, summer residence, Forest LawnC. H. Rugg and H.A.O. Corr, residence of
C. H. Turver, residence and shop, 39 S. Ford StreetC. H. Wilkin, residence of
C. J. Vanderbeck, residence of, ParmaC. M. Everest, 506 West Avenue
C. M. Everest, residence ofC. M. Lenhard
C. S. Hastings, residence ofC. T. Crouch's residence
C. T. Ham Manufacturing CompanyC. T. Ham Manufacturing Company Building
CadleCady
CahillCahmpagne
CalaCalder
CaldwellCaldwell Manufacturing Co.
Caldwell Mfg. Co.Caledonia Ave. Canal Bridge, raised, and West Ave. Canal Bridge in background, lowered
Caledonia Avenue Auto CompanyCaledonia Avenue Canal Bridge, raised, and West Avenue Canal Bridge in background, lowered
CaleyCaley and Nash, Brighton
CalhounCaligraph Typewriter
CalihanCalkins
Calkins & CrowellCallahan
CalliganCallister
CalnanCameron
CampCampbell
Campbell & HardyCampbell-Whittlesey house
Campbell-Whittlesey house (columns)Campbell-Whittlesey house (interior), 123 S. Fitzhugh Street
Campbell-Whittlesey house, 123 S. Fitzhugh StreetCamping on the Genesee
Canadian Troops, Military Parade, Rochester, July 4, 1899Canal Aqueduct, See Aqueduct
Cancers at Genesee Valley ParkCandee
CanfieldCannon
Canoeing on river at Genesee Valley ParkCanoeing on river, Genesee Valley Park
CanosaCaparco
CapenCapital Union Transfer and Storage Co.
CaponeCapwell
CarballadaCardus
CareyCarfagna
CarhartCariola
Carl F. Lomb residenceCarl F. Lomb, garden scene, residence of
CarlsonCarlton
CarmanCarmen
CarmichaelCarmody
CarnahanCarney
Caroline Thornell, residence, with portrait, PittsfordCarpenter
CarrCarra
CarrollCarroll Building
Carroll, Southard & Co.Carson
Carson, Jr.Carstens
CarterCarthage Railroad and Steamboat house
Carthage School, See School no. 8Carthage Wooden Bridge, 1818
CartwrightCarver
CaryCasburn
CaseCase Building, 82 St. Paul Street, Rochester, 1882-83
CaseyCash
CashmanCason
CassCassebeer
CassettCassidy
CastleCastleman
CaswellCataract Fire Engine no. 4, 1839
Cathedral Hall and SchoolCatholic Chapel Holy Sepulchre Cemetery
Catholic Young Men's AssociationCaudle
CauffmanCauffman, Dinkelspiel & Co.
CaufieldCauley
Cauley, C., & Co.Cawthra
CayfordCazeau
CazlauCentennial Parade 1934, looking East on Main at Water Street
CentolaCentral Avenue Bridge (during 1913 flood)
Central BankCentral Church of Christ (former First Presbyterian Church), 101 S. Plymouth Street
Central Church of Christ (formerly First Presbyterian)Central Hudson Depot
Central Livery and Boarding StablesCentral Lyceum Bureau
Central Maintenance Facility: salt storage buildingCentral Market
Central Market, See MarketCentral part of Buffalo Street (Main Street West), Rochester
Central part of Buffalo Street, 1840Central part of Buffalo Street, ca 1840
Central Presbyterian ChurchCentral School, See School no. 5
Central Trust CompanyCentral Union Transfer and Storage Co.
Central Union Transfer and Storage CompanyCerquone
ChaceChace & Myers
ChadseyChadwick
ChaffeeChainless Cycle Manufacturing Co.
ChambelainChamber of Commerce
Chamber of Commerce (reproduction of Bragdon drawing of new one)Chamber of Commerce Bldg., Main Street East & St. Paul
Chamber of Commerce BuildingChamber of Commerce, 55 St. Paul Street
Chamber of Commerce, ca 1970Chamber of Commerce, Third Industrial Parade
ChamberlainChamberlain & Abbott
Chamberlain, Jr.Chamberlin
ChambersChampagne
ChanceChandler
ChannelChapel of the Sacred Heart, built 1890-91
Chapel of the Sacred Heart, FacadeChapel of the Sacred Heart, interior
Chapel, Holy Sepulchre Cemetery (1875); tower (1886)Chapel, Holy Sepulchre Cemetery, interior
ChapellChapin
Chapin House, South Fitzhugh Street, 1936Chapin-Rosenberg House, East Avenue
ChapmanChapman, W. D. Son & Co.
Chapman, W. D., & SonChappel
ChappellChappell, Chase, Maxwell & Co.
ChappotinCharles Bergener, 325 Glenwood Avenue
Charles C. West Co.Charles E. Cunningham, residence of
Charles E. Sager's Electric GarageCharles H. Wanzer, 885 East Avenue
Charles J. Brown, residence of, BrowncroftCharles J. Hill, residence of, with portrait
Charles J. Hoffman and SonsCharles J. Staud, 203 Rutgers Street
Charles P. Barry, residence ofCharles Perkins Bissell house, 1936
Charles Rau, residence and block of, 108 Clinton StreetCharles Salmon Grocer
Charles Schied and SonsCharles Stern, East Avenue and Clover Street
Charles T. Bush, residence of, with portraits, HamlinCharlotte Beach
Charlotte Grammar SchoolCharlotte Harbor, in 1816
Charlotte High SchoolCharlotte Iron Works
Charlotte PierCharlotte, Cottage Dr. E. M. Moore, Jr.
Charlotte, Life Saving Crew and LaunchCharlotte, Summer Cottage, D. L. Hayes
Charlotte, Summer Cottage, E. N. CurtiseCharlotte, summer cottage, Edgar N. Curtice
CharltonCharter
Chas. S. Baker's residenceChase
Chase & Co.Chase & Otis
Chase and Woodward Seed Company, 1875Chase, J. H. Milling Co.
ChatfieldChatham Gardens, 1965
ChatmanChauncey
Chauncey B. Woodworth, residence ofChauncey Welcher, residence & portrait, Penfield
CheesemanCheesman
CheneyCherkauer
ChesbroChester
Chestnut Tree, Highland ParkChief of Six Nations
ChildChildren's music festival at Genesee Valley Park, 1912
Children's Pavilion, Highland ParkChilds
Child's BasinChilds, S. H. Company
Chili SeminaryChilson
ChispChittenden
ChobotskyChon
Christ ChurchChrist Church, 141 East Avenue
Christ Church, 1855Christ Episcopal Church, Pittsford
Christ Episcopal Church, Pittsford, built 1869Christian
ChristieChristler
Christman's MarketChrysanthemum Show, Highland Park
ChubbChudzinski
ChurchChurch House, 6710 Chili-Riga Rd., route 33A, Riga
Church of Immaculate Conception, See Immaculate Conception ChurchChurch of Our Lady of Victory, See Our Lady of Victory Church
Church of the Blessed SacramentChurch of the Blessed Sacrament, Reredos & main altar
Church of the Holy Family, See Holy Family ChurchChurch of the Holy Redeemer
Church of the Holy Redeemer, See Holy Redeemer ChurchChurch of the Immaculate Conception
Church Street, ScottsvilleChurchill
CieslikCigarette factory, W. S. Kimball and Company
CilanoCilento
CiminoCircus parade on Main Street, about 1890
CitucciCity Bank of Rochester
City Grist-Mill (1838)City Hall
City Hall AnnexCity Hall Annex - formerly the Kimball Tobacco Factory
City Hall Atrium, ea. 1979City Hall Square, 1888
City Hall, 1875City Hall, 1950's
City Hall, former Federal Building, 30 Church StreetCity Hall, Rochester, ca. 1875
City HospitalCity Hospital, later renamed General Hospital
City Hospital, West Main Street, RochesterCity Normal School
City Reality Company of RochesterCity Springs Brewery and Malt House
City-County Office Building, modelCiurca
Civic Center Plan, 1910Civic Center Plaza
Civil War Memorial, See also Soldiers' and Sailors' MonumentCivil War Monument in Washington Square
Civil War sculpture in Washington SquareCivil War Veterans who gave cannon to teachers and pupils of Washington School no. 26, it was later placed in Seneca Park to honor veterans
CivitilloClackner
ClaesgensClaffey
Clague, Wegman, Schlicht & FieldClampitt
ClancyClapp
ClappertonClark
Clark & Co.Clark & Paviour
Clark Novelty Co.Clark, B. H., & Son
Clark, Ely & Co.Clark, Jr.
ClarkeClarkson
Clarkson Academy, 8343 Ridge Road West, ClarksonClarlee
ClasgensClaudius
ClausenClaxton
ClayCleary
CleggCleland
ClellandClement
ClementsClemmons
ClenchCleveland
Cleveland & TaylorCleveland, Biehler & Brewster
Cleveland, H. B., & Co.Clifford
Cliffs of the Genesee - Seneca ParkClifton
ClineClinton
Clinton Avenue Looking North toward Main Street, 1930'sClinton Avenue North, 1860's
Clinton HotelClinton House, Exchange Street
ClooninClossey
Clover Street SeminaryClub House of the Country Club
Cluett, Peabody and CompanyClum
Clump. A., & Co.Clump. R.p. A., & Co.
CluneClyde Burritt, 111 Seneca Parkway
CoakleyCoapman
Coasting at Seneca ParkCoates
CobbCobblestone cemetery wall near Scottsville, 1953
Cobb's Hill Gate HouseCobb's Hill Reservoir and Park
Cobb's Hill, 1891, 1894, 1895, 1899, 1903, 1904, 1922Cobb's Hill, looking East from Klinck Knoll, 1895
CoberCochran
CochraneCody
CoeCofield
CoggswellCogswell
CohenCohn
Cohn, H. C., & Co.Coit
CokerCol. Henry A. Strong in Kodak Office, interior
ColbornColburn
ColbyCole
ColebrookColegrove
ColemanColes
ColfaxColgate Rochester Divinity School
ColicchioCollamer
CollegeCollier
CollinsColllier
CollyerColman
Colonel Samuel C. Pierce standing at the spot in Reynolds Arcade where Daniel Webster delivered his address, May 23, 1851Colquhoun
ColsonColt
ColtonColvin
ColwellCombe
CombsComerford
ComeryComfort
CominskyCommerce Building, 119 E. Main Street, Rochester, 1894
Commerce Building, ca 1900Commercial Bank
Commercial Bank, 47 East Main StreetCommercial Buildings, 1 Main Street, 9 & 13 Market Street, Brockport
Commercial National BankCommercial Nurseries
Commercial Paper Box CompanyCommercial Record Co.
Common Sense Window Lock Co.Community Savings Bank
Community War MemorialCommunity War Memorial, See Rochester Community War Memorial
ComstockConable
ConantConcord School, See School no. 18
CondonCone
CongdonCongregational Church
Congress HallConheady
ConklinConley
ConnalConnaughton
ConnaughtyConnell
Connell & DenglerConnellan
ConnellyConnelly's Grocers
ConnollyConnolly, C. J., & Co.
ConnorConnors
ConollyConolly, H. & J.
ConoverConrad
ConradtConrow
ConroyConsolidated Roofing Company
ConsterConstruction of Court Street Bridge, 1893
Construction of the. Rochester harbor of the Barge Canal, 1919Conta
ContermanConti
Convent and School of the Holy RedeemerConvent of the Holy Family
Convention HallConvention Hall facing Washington Square, later used as Militia Arsenal. Now used as Manpower, Inc., offices by the City
Convention Hall, See also GEVAConverse
ConveyConway
CookCook Opera House, interior
Cook, Charles S., & SonCook, E. H. Co.
Cook, E. H., & Co.Cooke
Cook's Opera HouseCooksley
CooleyCoon
CooperCooper, J. & J.
Co-operative Foundry Co.Coots
CopelandCopeland & Durgin
Copeland, Hall & Co.Copenhagen
Copper Beach Tree, East AvenueCopsey
CopsonCorbet
CorbettCorbitt
CorbyCorcoran
CorfordCorinthian Hall
CorkhillCorlett
CorneenCornell
Cornell-WeinsteinCorner
Corner East Avenue and Stillson Street, 1943Corner of Main and State Streets
Cornerstone ParkCornes
CorningCorning, Jr.
Corning, T. B. & W.Cornish
CornwallCornwell
CoronaCorpus Christi Church
Corpus Christi Church and SchoolCorrigan
CorrisCorris, Jr.
Corser, Runyan & MunzCortland Wagon Co.
CorwinCory
CosbyCosmos Hall and Chronos Hall
Cosmos Hall and Chronos Hall before fireCosmos Hall and Chronos Hall before the fire, 1869
CostelloCostello & Co.
Costello & HarrahCoster
CostichCotford
CotroneoCottage Hotel
Cottage Hotel and Pavilion, CharlotteCottage Hotel, Charlotte
Cottage Hotel, from the LakeCottar
CotterCottreall
CouchCouchman
CoulsonCountry residence & portrait of Abner Buckland, Brighton
County Court HouseCounty Court House, second
County CourthouseCourneen
CourneunCourt House
Court House (first), drawing by Basil Hall, 1827Court House [and] Rochester Savings Bank
Court House and City Hall, RochesterCourt House and Surroundings in 1827
Court House and vicinityCourt House Square, Rochester, 1837
Court House(Second) See Monroe County Court House (Second)Court House(Third) See Monroe County Court House (Third)
Court House, newCourt House, second
Court House, See also Four Corners, 1827Court Street Bridge
Court Street Bridge (ca 1910)Court Street Bridge (during 1913 flood)
Court Street Bridge and Genesee River at nightCourt Street Bridge, high water in the Genesee
Court Street FoundryCourt Street Viaduct
Courthouse and City Hall, RochesterCourtney
Courtney, George, & Co.Cousens
CovellCoveney
CoventryCover
CoveyCovill
CowanCowen
CowlesCowles Bros. & Co.
Cowles, E. H., & Co.Cowley
CoxCox Building, 36 - 48 St. Paul Street
Cox House, 5015 River Road, Wheatland TownshipCox, Joseph T., & Son
Cox, P. Shoe CompanyCox, P. Shoe Manufacturing Co.
Cox, P. Shoe Mf'g Co.Coxford
CoyCoykendall
CR. T. French Company]Crabtree
CraftsCraib
CraigCraig & Crouchs
Craig & VanderbeltCraig, Doctor
CramCramer
CrandallCrandall Typewriter
CraneCrapsey
CraryCrawford
Crawford Funeral HomeCreary
Creed & WilsonCreed and Wilson Bookbinders, 45 Exchange Street
CreeganCreelman
CrennellCrescent Mills of Thomas Emerson
Crescent Steam LaundryCriley
CrimiCrippen
CrippsCrisp
CrittendenCrittenden, F. & C., & Co.
CrockerCrockett
Crocus Beds at Highland ParkCroft
CroftsCroly
CrombieCrombie-Matthews house, 135 Spring Street, Rochester
CromwellCrone
CroninCronise
CrookCroop
CrosbyCrosby Frisian Fur Company
CrosmanCrosman Bros.
Crosman Brothers Seed HouseCross
CrosslandCrossroads Building
CrostonCrotford
CrouchCrouch, C. T., & Son
Crouch, G. W. & C. T., & SonsCrouch, G. W. & F. P.
Crouch, G. W. Jr.Crough
CroughtonCrouse
CrowCrowell
Crowell House, 9626 Ridge Road, Route 104, Clarkson TownshipCrowley
CruickshankCrumpled silt beds at Sea Breeze, 1893
CruttendenCruttenden, Jr.
Crystal Steam LaundryCubbison
CuddebackCuff
CulhaneCulkin
CullenCullen Bros.
CullerCulligan
CullinanCulliton
CulpCulross
CulverCulver Field, Home of Rochester Baseball Teams, 1898-1907
Culver House Front Porch and doorCumming
CummingsCumpston
CunninghamCunningham & Peak
Cunningham Carriage FactoryCunningham, James, Son & Co.
CuppCurran
Curran & GolerCurren
CurryCurtice
Curtice BrothersCurtis
Curtis & AveryCurtis & Co.
Curtis & WheelerCurtis Ferrolithic Works
Curtis, Jr.Curtiss
CurvinCusack
CushmanCusker
Custom Shoe CompanyCutali
CutlerCutler Building, 42 East Avenue
Cutler Manufacturing Co.Cutler Manufacturing Company, Mail Chutes
Cutler UnionCutler Union and Memorial Art Gallery, 560 and 490 University Avenue, Rochester
Cutler Union TowerCutler Union, Women's Campus (1955) GCS 1976
Cutler, James G. ArchitectCutten
CuylerCzajkowski

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