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P. A. Fowler, "Highland Terrace", SummervilleP. A. Vay, residence of
P. G. Hauck, 98 Huntington ParkP. V. VanHoesen Co.
PabstPace
PackardPacket boat on the Erie Canal
Packet Boat on the Erie Canal, reproduction of watercolor by E. L. HenryPaddock
PadelfordPadiera
PadillaPadley
PaduloPage
Page & ChapinPage & Son Harness Co.
Page of cuts showing growth of Eastman Factories 1883 - 1914Page, George W.
PainePaine Drug Company
Paine, C. F., & Co.Paisley
PalermoPallace
PalmerPalmer & Croughton
Palmer, A. W., & Co.Palmer, James, & Sons
Palmer, James, SonsPalmero
Palmer's Fire WorksPalmer's Glen, Brighton
Palmer's Glen, viewsPalmer's Glen, winter scene
PalmosPammenter
PancostPancost, Sage & Morse
PangburnPanneitz
PannellPanorama of Rochester from the East bank of the Genesee
PappickParade view at Main and State Streets, early 1880's
ParcePardee
Pardee House, Irondequoit, built 1847, 1953Pardee Medicine Co.
ParentParis
ParishParisi
Park Band in Genesee Valley ParkPark Drive, Genesee Valley Park, during 1913 flood
ParkerParkhurst
ParkinsonParks
Parma Township, house, Ridge Road (Route 104), cobblestone detailParmalee
ParmeleParmelee
ParmenterParmerter
ParrParrinello
ParrishParrot
ParryParry Manufacturing Co.
ParsonsParsons, E. B. Malting Co.
PartridgePastoral scene, Genesee Valley Park
PastorellePatch
PatchenPatchin
Patric & SnyderPatrick Barry House
Patrick Barry House [interior], Mount Hope AvenuePatrick Barry House [interior], Mount Hope Avenue, Rochester
Patrick Barry House, 1962Patrick Cox, residence of
PattenPatterson
PattiPattison
PattonPaul
Pavilion & Shrubs, Highland ParkPaviour
PaynePaynter
PeacockPeake
Pear Valley Farm, residence of Robert Bell, BrightonPearse
PearsonPearson, C. W. Grain Co.
Pearson, C. W., & Co.Peart
PeasePeck
Peck and Arnold GaragePeckens
PeckhamPedersen
PeepelsPeeples
PeerPeer Valley Farm, residence of Robert Bell, Brighton
Peerless Tobacco Factory of W. S. Kimball and CompanyPeerless Tobacco Works
Peerless Tobacco Works, See Kimball, William S. Company Peerless Tobacco Works, W. S. Kimball and Company
PeetPeeters Bros
PeetsPegg
PeifferPeitsch
PellettPeluso
PembertonPembroke
Pembroke & PembrokePembroke Bros. & Newman
PendleburyPenfield
PengellyPenn Mutual Life Ins. Co.
Penn Mutual Life Insurance Co.Penney
PenningtonPennock
PennyPeo
People's Custom MillsPeople's Roller Mills
PepperPercy
PerduePerfect Anti-Rattler Thill Coupling Co.
Peristyle of Edgerton ParkPerkins
PerrezPerrin
Perrin Furniture Co.Perry
Perry Enameling Co.Persons
PeshinePeter B. Tenny, residence of, Parma
PetersPeterson
PetrucciPetten
Petz BrothersPfaefflin
PfaffPfahl
Pfaudler CompanyPfeifer
PfeifferPfitsch
PflukePhalen
PhelanPhelps
Phelps & RogersPhenix Insurance Co.
PheteplacePhilip Present, grounds and residence
Philip Present, wholesale jeweler, interior, 31 State St.Philips
PhillipsPhinney
Phoenix Hotel, 4 S. Main Street, PittsfordPhoenix Hotel, Pittsford
Photograph of a sketch of the Edgerton Memorial Gate, drawn by J. Wenrich, 1923Photograph of the Carthage Fountain, corner of St. Paul & Norton Streets, taken September 1923, showing appearance after the removal of the tower in 1914
Photograph of the original design, on file in City Engineer's Office, of Carthage Fountain, erected in 1907 at the corner of St. Paul & Norton StreetsPhysics Research Building at Kodak Park, 1961
PiazzaPicard
PicciottiPickard
PickettPickworth
PidrickPiehler
PiercePierpont
PierrepontPiester
PiferPike
PillanoraPillow
PinkleyPinnacle Hills, 1894, 1895, 1903, 1922
Pinnacle Hills, section inPinnacle Hills, view on
Pinnacle School, See School no. 35 Pioch
PiotraschkePiotrow
PiperPitkin
Pitkin HousePitkin House, East Avenue
Pitkin House, East Avenue, 1936Pitoni
PittPlace
Plan of the First Aqueduct - carrying the Erie Canal over the Genesee River at Rochester, ca 1823Plan of the New Aqueduct
Plan of the New Aqueduct, 1838Plant
Plantz and ChapmanPlart
PlassPlatt
Platt Street BridgePlaygrounds, House of Refuge
PlosscowePlumb
Plumb & WoolseyPlumley
Plymouth Avenue Bridge Looking SouthPlymouth Church, Rochester
Plymouth Congregational ChurchPlymouth Park
Plymouth School, See School no. 32 Pneumatic Signal Company, new plant of
PociousPohl
PohlePolice Patrol Wagons, Central Police Station, Exchange Street
PollackPollard
PollockPolo on the Genesee Valley Park Meadows
Polypathic Medical and Surgical InstitutePolypathic Medical Institute
PomeroyPommerenke
PondPond House, 133 Plymouth Avenue South, 1936
Pont de RennesPool
PoolePope
PoppPoppen
Popular walk at Holy Sepulchre CemeteryPorpora
Port of RochesterPort of Rochester in 1835, the boat is a side-wheel steamer
Port of Rochester, about five miles from Lake Ontario at the Ontario Steamboat Landing-below Carthage, 1838Porter
Portsmouth TerracePortsmouth Terrace (two views)
Portsmouth Terrace, an East side residence StreetPoshva
PosnerPost
Post Office (later ones), See Reynolds Building, See Government Building Post Office and Government Building
Post, Jacob K., & Co.Potter
PottsPowder Mills Park, keg storehouse, looking West from drive near farm barns, reproduction of a sketch made by Major Wheeler C. Case, August 25, 1930
Powder Mills Park, reproduction of a sketch made by Major Wheeler C. Case, September 13, 1930, showing the ancient sentinel trees and the sites of former buildingsPowder Mills Park, ruins of old saw mill, reproduction of a sketch made by Major Wheeler C. Case, August 25, 1930
Powder Mills Park, See also Rochester Powder Mills Powell
Powell, G. H., & SonsPower
Power House, Kodak ParkPowers
Powers Art GalleryPowers Art Gallery, ca 1895
Powers Art Gallery, interiorPowers Art Gallery, view from balcony
Powers BankPowers Banking House
Powers BlockPowers Block (built 1865 - 1872)
Powers Block 1896Powers Block after roof additions (1889)
Powers Block detailPowers Block in 1870
Powers Block with patriotic decorations and a band, ca 1900Powers Block, 1871-1883
Powers Block, 1896Powers Block, ca 1870
Powers Block, ca 1880Powers Block, State Street elevation
Powers BuildingPowers Building & Powers Hotel
Powers Building (detail)Powers Building and Powers Hotel
Powers Building, 16 W. Main StreetPowers Building, 16 W. Main Street, Rochester
Powers Building, 16 W. Main Street, Rochester, 1870Powers Building, ca 1920
Powers Building, ca late 1800'sPowers Building, entrance
Powers Building, Fidelity Trust CompanyPowers Building, interior, 16 W. Main Street, Rochester
Powers Building, Main Street West and State StreetPowers Building, Main Street West, Rochester
Powers Commercial Building and the Powers HotelPowers Commercial Buildings
Powers Commercial Buildings and the Powers HotelPowers Fire Proof Building
Powers Fire Proof Building, interior view, principal staircasePowers Fire-Proof Buildings
Powers HotelPowers Hotel (1882)
Powers Hotel BathsPowers Hotel Turkish Baths
Powers Hotel, ca 1900Powers Hotel, Rotunda
Powers Hotel, W. Main & Fitzhugh StreetsPralatowski
PratherPratt
Pratt BrothersPreddy
Premium Tobacco WorksPrentice
Presbyterian Church, 27 No. Main Street, Honeoye FallsPresent
Present Gleason WorksPresent Monroe County Court House
President Anderson Statue, University CampusPressey
Prevocational SchoolPribus
Pribus, Jr.Price
Price, McCormick & Co.Prien
PriestlyPrimrose
PrincePrindle
PringlePritchard
Pritchard Stamping CompanyPrivate car, Rochester Railway Company
PriviteraPrize Pony Cart in Seneca Park
PrizziPrmelee
ProbstProctor
Producers' Milk CompanyProf. S. W. Clark, Parma, residence of
Professor Ward's House on College AvenueProjansky
Promenade of Sea Breeze Amusement Park (ca 1925)Promenade to the Lake
Property of Benjamin Eckler, Mendon, with portraitsProperty of Green and McAuliffe, Fairport
Property of William Garland, with portraits, MendonProposed City Hall, 1924
Proposed Civic Centre, Main Street WestProposed library for University of Rochester, 1925
Proposed Schiller Monument to be erected in Seneca Park EastProsser
Provident Savings Life Assurance SocietyPrudential Insurance Co.
PruynPryor
Public MarketPublic Market, 1838, fronting on Mason Street (now Front Street) with rear reaching to Genesee River
Public Market, from Railroad Street looking towards Union Street, 1911Public Market, See Market
Public School No. 10Public School No. 32
Public School No. 37Public School No. 7
Public Schools, See School Puff
PufferPugh
PullenPullman Sash Balance Co.
Pullman Sash Balance CompanyPulsifer
PulteneyPultz
PulverPumper (in front of the Wilder Building during 1913 flood)
Pumper [near Scrantom's on West Main] (During 1913 Flood)Punch
PunnettPurcell
PurdyPutnam
Putnam, J. E., & Co.Pye
Pyott

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