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S. A. Millington, 53 Huntington ParkS. H. & F. B. Lusk, residence and portraits of, Pittsford
S. N. Brayton, M.D., residence of, Honeoye FallsS. S. Simonds, 6 Seneca Parkway
SabeySabine
SacheliSachs
SackettSacred Heart
Sacred Heart Academy, See Academy of the Sacred Heart Sacred Heart Church, 1936
SaddenSaegmuller
Saegmuller, Jr.Saegmuller, Sr.
SaeliSaffold
Sagamore Hotel, RochesterSage
SagerSager, II
Saginaw Lumber YardSailboat at Charlotte Pier, c 1880
Sailboats, Irondequoit BaySaile
SailerSakey
SalamoneSalem Church
Salem Evangelical Church Bible SchoolSalem United Church of Christ, 230 Franklin Street
SalisburySalisbury & Co.
SalminenSalmon
Salmon, Charles, & Co.Salmons
Salmon's Block, RochesterSalter
Salter BrothersSalter Brothers, flowers, 249 Park Avenue
SalvaggioSalyerds
SalzmanSam Gottry Carting Company
SampsonSamuel A. Lattimore School, See School no. 11
Samuel Hamilton, residence of, RochesterSamuel Pierce, residence of (with views and portraits), Webster
Samuel Sloan and Company, RochesterSamuel Wilder, residence of
Samuel Wilder's residenceSamuels
SanbornSander
SanderlSanders
SandleSandow
SandwaySanford
Sanford Goff, residence of, BrockportSanger
Sanitary Laundry CompanySankey
SantucciSarachan
Sargeant & Greenleaf, LocksSargent
Sargent & GreenleafSarvey
SassoSattelberg
SatterleeSauer
Sauer & DeerSaulsman
SaundersSaunders, Irving, Studio
SavageSaward
Sa-Wen-Nis-Hot Club HouseSawens
SawersSawyer
SaxeSaxton
ScanlanScanlon
ScatterleeScene along the old Erie Canal Feeder
Scene at the DugwayScene at the Public Market
Scene in Durand Eastman ParkScene in Genesee Valley Park
Scene in Highland ParkScene in Irondequoit Bay
Scene in Jones ParkScene in the woods, Irondequoit Bay
Scene, Genesee Valley ParkScene, Highland Park
Scene, Industrial Parade [Main Street]Scene, Willow Pond [East Avenue]
Scenes in Durand Eastman ParkScenes on Portsmouth Terrace (2 views)
Scenes on the Lower Genesee RiverSchaefer
Schaefer & Schlegel, Trimmings, 27 Canal StreetSchaeffer
SchaferSchaffer
Schaffer, George V., & SonSchaffer, J. T., & Co.
Schaffner & HoytSchanck
Schanck house, now destroyed, Main Street, Rochester, 1936Schanck, L. F. & A. H.
SchantzSchantz, Bullock & Co.
SchaumanScheck
ScheerScheer, E. J., & Co.
ScheerensScheffer
SchellSchellhorn
SchemerhornSchenck
SchererSchermerhorn
ScheuermanSchidakowitz
SchiebelSchied
SchieferSchieman
SchildSchiller Monument, East Main Street and University Avenue
Schiller statueSchilling
SchipperSchirk
SchlegalSchlegel
Schlegel Corporation HeadquartersSchlegel Corporation Rochester Plant
Schlegel Mfg. CompanySchlegel, F., & Sons
SchlemmerSchlenker
SchleucherSchleucker
SchleyerSchlick
SchliemanSchliemann
SchlingerSchlipf
Schloerb, Henry, & Co.Schlosser
SchlottmanSchlotz
SchlueterSchmid
SchmidtSchmidt & Kaelber
Schmidt & KalbfleischSchmidt and Kaelber storefront, 1882
Schmidt and Kaelber, opticians (shop)Schmidt, Rudolph, & Co.
SchminkeSchmitt
SchmuckerSchmuker
SchnarrSchneider
SchneierSchnidman
SchnurSchoeffel
SchoenSchoenberg
SchoenemanSchoenfelder
SchoenheitSchoff
SchollSchool house, built in 1836 on the West Side of Fitzhugh Street to replace the earlier frame building of 1813 on the same site
School No. 1, 1835-1857, Central High School, 1857-1874, Fitzhugh StreetSchool No. 1, Martin B. Anderson
School No. 10, Eugene Field SchoolSchool No. 11, Samuel A. Lattimore School
School No. 12, Wadsworth SchoolSchool No. 13, Horace Mann School
School No. 14, Riley Grammar SchoolSchool No. 15, Monroe School
School No. 16, John Walton Spencer SchoolSchool No. 17, Whitney School
School No. 18, Concord SchoolSchool No. 19, Seward School
School No. 20, Henry Lomb SchoolSchool No. 21, Jonathan Child School
School No. 22School No. 22, Abraham Lincoln School
School No. 23', Francis Parker SchoolSchool No. 23, Francis Wayland Parker School
School No. 23, New Public School, Barrington StreetSchool No. 24, Ellwanger and Barry School
School No. 25, Nathaniel Hawthorne SchoolSchool No. 26, Washington Grammer School
School No. 26, Washington School, Early ClassroomSchool No. 27, Susan B. Anthony School
School No. 28, Hendrick Hudson SchoolSchool No. 29, James Whitcomb Riley School
School No. 3, Nathaniel RochesterSchool No. 3, Rochester District, built on Clay Street in 1854
School No. 30, General Elwell S. Otis SchoolSchool No. 31, Alexander Hamilton School
School No. 32, Plymouth SchoolSchool No. 33, Audubon School
School No. 34, Lexington SchoolSchool No. 35, Pinnacle School
School No. 36, Longfellow SchoolSchool No. 37, Lewis Henry Morgan School
School No. 39, Andrew J. Townson SchoolSchool No. 4, Genesee Grammar School
School No. 40, John Warrant Castleman SchoolSchool No. 41, Kodak School
School No. 42, Abelard Reynolds SchoolSchool No. 43, Theodore Roosevelt School
School No. 44, Lincoln Park SchoolSchool No. 5, Central
School No. 5, dining roomSchool No. 5, John Williams, classroom
School No. 6, FranklinSchool No. 7, Lake View School
School No. 8, Carthage SchoolSchool No. 9, Andrews School
School No. 9, Joseph AvenueSchool of the Immaculate Conception
School tour, Campbell-Whittlesey houseSchooler
Schoolhouse, District no. 6, 17 Church Street, PittsfordSchorie
SchoutSchouton
SchoveSchreader
SchreckSchreiner the Tailor
SchroedelSchroeder
SchroettlenSchroth
SchuberSchueler
SchuetzeSchug
SchuhartSchuiten
SchulikSchulman
SchultesSchultz
SchulzSchulze
SchumacherSchumann
SchummersSchuth
SchuttSchuyler
Schuyler BrothersSchwab
SchwalbSchwalb Coal Company
SchwartzSchwarz
Schwarz, Henry, & Co.Schweid
SchweigertSchwenk
SchwikertSchwind
SchwingSchwittek
ScibiliaSciolino
ScobellScofield
Scofield & StrongScollick
ScomallaSconfietti
ScorseScott
Scott (Wooster)Scottsville, house about 1832, 1953
ScovilleScrantom
Scrantom cabinScrantom family home at 155 State Street, 1853, demolished in 1923
Scrantom, Wetmore & Co.Scrantom, Wetmore and Company
Scrantom, Wetmore and Company Stationery, interiorScranton
Scranton, .Scribner
ScriptureScudder
Sea Breeze GorgeSea Breeze Hotel, Irondequoit Bay
Sea Breeze, at the beach, ca 1915Sea Breeze, Lake Ontario
SeagerSeaman
SearchSearing
SearlSearle
SeboldSecond Aqueduct from the East, 1885
Second Aqueduct, 1855Second Baptist Church (1838)
Second Baptist Church, 1838Second Baptist Church, corner of Clinton and Main Streets
Second Baptist Church, corner of Clinton and Main Streets, built of stone, from O'Reilly's Sketches of Rochester, 1838Second Baptist, burned 1859
Second Church of Christ Scientist, front, 1936Second Church of Christ Scientist, side view, 1936
Second Erie Canal Aqueduct as it appeared about 1880Second Erie Canal Aqueduct Which Carried Canal Over Genesee River, Court Street Bridge in Background
Second Presbyterian (Brick) churchSecond Presbyterian Church, See Brick Church
SecorSectional view of Irondequoit Vineyard
Security Trust and German Insurance BuildingSecurity Trust and German Insurance Building, 103 Main Street
Security Trust Co.Security Trust Company
Security Trust PlazaSedgwick
SeditaSee
SeelSeeley
SeelySeeyle
SegalSeibel
SeigfriedSeiler
SeinerSeiser
SeitzSelden
Selden, Jr.Selden, Sr.
SeligmanSelke
SellingerSellmayer, Jr.
SelyeSemicentennial Parade (view) 1884
Senator William L. Ormrod, Ormrod Road, ChurchvilleSeneca Camera Mfg. Company
Seneca Hotel, See Hotel Seneca Seneca Park
Seneca Park East, four scenesSeneca Park, drive in
Seneca Park, lakeSeneca Park, on the river
Seneca Park, scene inSeneca Park, the lily pond
Seneca Park, Trout lake and Band StandSeneca Park, view from
Seneca Park, view from refectorySeneca Park, view from refectory, Rochester
Seneca Park, view inSeneca Park, views in
Seneca Park, Zoological gardensSenn
SennewaldSens
SeptinelliSerron
ServisServis & Hofman
SessionsSeth Green Apartments
SeuffertSeveral fine hotels
SeveranceSeville & Hayden
SewardSeward School, See School no. 19
Seward Seminary Building, 45 North Alexander Street, 1834 - 1851Seward Seminary, 240 Alexander Street
SextonSeymour
Seymour, H. F., & Co.Shafer
ShafferShakeshaft
ShaleShanley
ShannonShantz
Shantz, M. B. Co.Shantz, M. B., & Co.
SharpeShatz
ShawShaw's Music Store
ShayShayne
SheaShea, W. C. & N. F.
ShearerShearer Toboggans
SheddSheehan
SheenSheenan
Sheep in Genesee Valley ParkSheffer
Sheffer House, 95 Sheffer Road, Chili TownshipSheil, Rosenbaum & Spiess
SheldonSheldon Road, Mendon, detail of cobblestone corner fragment, 1953
Sheldon Road, Mendon, detail of cobblestone wall, 1953Shelmire
ShelterShepard
ShepherdSheppard
SheridanSherman
SherwoodSherwood & Rumsey
ShewShields
ShipmanShipman Engine Company's Works
Shipman Engine Manufacturing Co.Shipman Engine Mfg. Co.
Shipping in Lower River, 1838Shipton
ShireShirley
ShirtsShoecraft
Shone-Hanna Mfg. Co.Shoolman
ShoopShorer & Taillie
ShoresShort
ShoveShuart
ShubertShulman
ShultsShumway
ShurbinShurtz
ShusterShutt
ShwabeSiblely
SibleySibley Building and Liberty Pole
Sibley fire, 1904Sibley fire, February 26-27, 1904
Sibley HallSibley Hall, Anderson and Reynolds in the background (University of Rochester)
Sibley Hall, Library, interiorSibley Hall, Rochester
Sibley Hall, Rochester UniversitySibley Hall, University of Rochester
Sibley House, 400 East Avenue, RochesterSibley Library, Prince Street, 1877
Sibley Library, See Sibley Hall Sibley Place
Sibley, Hiram, & Co. SeedmenSibley, Jr.
Sibley, Lindsay & CurrSibley, Lindsay & Curr Co.
Sibley, Lindsay and CurrSibley, Lindsay and Curr Company
Sibley, Lindsay and Curr Company (1934 ad showing past and present bldgs.)Sibley, Lindsay and Curr Company Building (Granite Bldg.)
Sibley, Lindsay and Curr Company, 228 E. Main StreetSibley, Lindsay and Curr Company, East Main Street
Sibley, Lindsay and Curr Company, Main Street and Liberty PoleSibley, Lindsay and Curr Company, See also Granite Building
Sibley, Lindsay and Curr Company's BuildingSibley, Lindsay and Curr, 1905
Sibley, Lindsay and Curr, Granite BuildingSibley, Lindsay and Curr's new department store
Sibley'sSibley's Store, ca 1905
Sibley's, St Joseph's Roman Catholic Church and Rochester Savings Bank, Liberty Pole TriangleSibley's, St. Joseph's Roman Catholic Church, and Rochester Savings Bank Liberty Pole Triangle
Sibley's, St. Joseph's Roman Catholic Church, and Rochester Savings Bank. Liberty Pole TriangleSickels
SicklesSiddons
Siddons, John, & Co.Sidney B. Roby hardwares
Sidney B. Roby, 98 State Street, Iron & Steel, etc.Sidney B. Roby, residence of
SiebertSiebert Building, 145-153 St. Paul Street
Siebert, Whitman & BartoldSiener
SigelSigl
SiglerSilas O. Smith House
Silas O. Smith, residence of, See Woodside Silberstein
SilcoxSill Stove Works
SillimanSilver
Silver Lake Ice Co.Silverman
SilversteinSime
Simeon B. Jewett house, 3779 Lake Road, ClarksonSimeon B. Jewett house, 3779 Lake Road, Clarkson, 1828
SimesSimmelink
SimmonsSimmons Granite and Marble Co.
SimmsSimon
Simon Adler, residence ofSimon L. Brewster, residence of
SimondsSimonetti
SimonsSimons, J. H., & Co.
SimpsonSinclair
SindenSinger Manufacturing Co.
SingletonSintzenich
SintznichSipperly
SippleSisson
Sister Cities BridgeSisters of St. Joseph
Site of Main Street, Rochester in 1812Site of Sibley, Lindsay and Curr's new department store
Skating in the Erie Canal Aqueduct, 1870'sSkating on the Genesee, 1864 (painting)
Sketch of the first Post Office built by Abelard Reynolds, on the site of the Arcade, in 1812Skinner
SkivingtonSkoolman
SkrabekSkully
SkuseSlager
SlaightSlaight & Snyder
SlaterSlaughter
SlavinSlayton
SleightSlifer
SloanSloan, Samuel
SlocumSloman
SmalleySmathers
SmeadSmith
Smith & BarrySmith & Herrick
Smith & MarcusonSmith & Oberst
Smith & PalmerSmith and Herrick Shoes
Smith Sash and Door Co.Smith, A. V. Co.
Smith, A. V., & Co.Smith, Bier and Gormly
Smith, Bier and Gormly, 44 No. St. Paul StreetSmith, Milton H., & Co.
Smith, Perkins & Co.Smith-Gormly Building, 174-180 St. Paul Street
Smith's ArcadeSmoke House
SmuckerSmylie
SmythSmyth & Ashe
SmytheSnapp
SneckSnelgrove
SnellSnider
SnookSnow
Snow Drops from the Holy Land at Highland ParkSnyder
SobolewskiSocrates Smith, MD, portrait and old homestead, East Rush
SodomaSokey
SoldiSoldiers' and Sailors' Monument
Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument, See also Civil War Memorial Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument, See also Washington Square
Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument, Washington ParkSoldiers' and Sailors' Monument, Washington Square
Soldier's Monument at Holy Sepulchre CemeterySoldiers' Monument, Washington Park
Soldiers' Rochester Bureau for PensionsSolio printing at Eastman Kodak Company
Solio printing at KodakSolomon
SoloneSomborger
Some private residencesSomers
SomervilleSommer
SontageSorensen
SouleSoule house, 1050 East Avenue
SoursSouth Avenue
South Avenue GarageSouth Avenue Ramp Garage
South Clinton and Main StreetsSouth Clinton Street
South Clinton Street, 1894, 1895South Clinton Street, excavation, 1894
South Congregational ChurchSouth Fitzhugh Street
South Fitzhugh Street, RochesterSouth Fitzhugh Street, See also Fitzhugh Street
South Goodman Street, 1894, 1895South Goodman Street, extension 1894
South Park, old bridgeSouth Park, See Genesee Valley Park
South side of Main Street a few hundred feet from the Four CornersSouth Washington Street
Southeast Branch, Y.M.C.A.Southeast view of the Great Cataract
Southeast view of the Great Cataract on Casconchiagon (Genesee) or Little Seneca's River, 1768Southeast view of the Lower Cataract
Southeast view of the Lower Cataract on Casconchiagon (Genesee) or Little Seneca's River, 1768Southerland
SouthgateSouthwick
SouthworthSovia
Space Frame at Manhattan Square ParkSpacher
SpaderSpafford
SpahnSpalding
SpanelSpanish Trophy, Highland Park
Spanish-American War Monument at new siteSparlin
SparrboomSparrboom, Jr.
SpauldingSpavin
SpearSpellinger
SpelmanSpencer
Spencer House, 1005 East Avenue, RochesterSpencer Lumber Company
Spencer Ripley M. E. ChurchSperry
SpiegelSpiehler
SpiesSpillings
SpinaSpindler
SpinningSpiritualist Church, Plymouth Avenue, 1950's?
Spiritualist MonumentSpitz
SpohrSponenburgh
Sporting on the Beach (Lake Ontario)Spragg
SpragueSprague Steam Laundry
SpringSpring House, Monroe Avenue, Pittsford
Spring Street front of the last home of Colonel Nathaniel Rochester which formerly stood at the Northeast corner of Spring and South Washington Streets built in 1824 by Captain Daniel LoomisSpring Street Houses (drawing)
SpringerSproat
SprouleSpurr
Squire Goff, residence of, with portraits, MendonSt. Ann's Home for the aged, Lake Avenue, ea 1910
St. Bernard's SeminarySt. Bernard's Seminary (built 1891.- 93)
St. Bernard's Seminary, Lake AvenueSt. Bernard's Seminary, Rochester
St. Bernard's Theological SeminarySt. Boniface's Church
St. Boniface's Church and SchoolSt. Bridget's Church
St. Bridget's SchoolSt. Francis Xavier Church
St. Francis Xavier Church and SchoolSt. Francis Xavier Church, 1936
St. John Fisher CollegeSt. Josaphat's Ukranian Catholic Church
St. Joseph's ChurchSt. Joseph's Church and School
St. Joseph's HallSt. Joseph's Orphan Asylum
St. Joseph's Park from riverSt. Joseph's Park, 108 Franklin Street
St. Joseph's Roman Catholic Church, 108 Franklin Street, RochesterSt. Luke's Church
St. Luke's Church, 1825St. Luke's Church, 1830
St. Luke's Church, 1831St. Luke's Church, 1838
St. Luke's Church, 1838, P. E.St. Luke's Church, 1936
St. Luke's Church, 1957St. Luke's Church, Altar
St. Luke's Church, Christmas, in the early 1920'sSt. Luke's Church, Fitzhugh Street
St. Luke's Episcopal ChurchSt. Luke's Episcopal Church & Rochester Free Academy
St. Luke's Episcopal Church, 17 S. Fitzhugh StreetSt. Luke's Episcopal Church, 1838
St. Luke's Episcopal Church, interiorSt. Luke's Episcopal Church, interior, 17 S. Fitzhugh St.
St. Luke's Episcopal, Fitzhugh StreetSt. Mary's Academy
St. Mary's Boys' Orphan AsylumSt. Mary's Church
St. Mary's Church and Sisters of MercySt. Mary's Church, 9 South Street
St. Mary's HospitalSt. Mary's Hospital (built 1863)
St. Mary's Hospital at Bull's Head Corners about 1865St. Mary's Hospital, with the Chapel
St. Mary's Orphan Boys' AsylumSt. Mary's School
St. Matthew's ChurchSt. Michael's Church
St. Michael's SchoolSt. Monica's Church nave from right, 1936
St. Monica's Church, front view, 1936St. Monica's Church, nave, central view, 1936
St. Monica's Church, side view, 1936St. Patrick's Cathedral
St. Patrick's Cathedral, Platt StreetSt. Patrick's Catholic Church, 1838
St. Patrick's Church, 1823St. Patrick's Church, R.C., 1838
St. Patrick's Church, Roman Catholic, corner of Platt and Fitzhugh StreetSt. Patrick's Church, Roman Catholic, corner of Platt and Fitzhugh Streets, built of stone, from O'Reilly's Sketches of Rochester, 1838
St. Patrick's Female Orphan AsylumSt. Patrick's Orphan Girls' Asylum
St. Patrick's Parochial SchoolSt. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church, 1838
St. Paul Street, NorthSt. Paul's Church
St. Paul's Church (Grace), P. E. (1838)St. Paul's Church (new), Clergy and Parish House
St. Paul's Church in ruins (1847)St. Paul's Episcopal Church
St. Paul's Episcopal Church, 1936St. Paul's Episcopal Church, detail of front window, 1936
St. Paul's Episcopal Church, East AvenueSt. Paul's Evangelical Church
St. Peter and Paul's ChurchSt. Peter and Paul's Church and School
St. Peter and Paul's Roman Catholic ChurchSt. Peter's Presbyterian Church
St. Peter's Presbyterian Church, situated at Grove and Gibbs Streets, Organized 1853, dissolved June 11, 1923, exteriorSt. Stanislaus Church
StabelStabins
StaceStackel
StacyStadtmiller
StadyStaehle
StaffordStage
Stage of the Eastman Theatre in the 1920'sStahlbrodt
Stain Manufacturing CompanyStainton
StalkerStallings
StallknechtStallknecht, Jr.
StallmanStandard Box Co.
Standard Cabinet Mfg. Co.Standard Electric Construction Co.
Standard Electric Signal Co.Standard Nail and Tack Co.
Standard Nursery Co.Standard Sewer Pipe Co.
Standard Sewing Machine Co.Standard Steam Paste Co.
StandemnaierStandfest
StangStanley
StantonStape
StaplesStapleton
Star Palace LaundryStar Plating Works
StarkStarkey
StarksStarkwather
StarkweatherStarr
State and Main StreetState Armory (earlier), See Convention Hall
State Armory (later), See New York State Armory State Armory and Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument, Washington Park
State Armory, Soldiers' & Sailors' Monument, Washington ParkState Arsenal, See Convention Hall
State Industrial School, chapel ofState Industrial School, entrance to
State Institute for Deaf MutesState Institute for Deaf Mutes, See Rochester School for the Deaf
State Mutual Life Assurance Co.State Street
State Street from Exchange StreetState Street from Main
State Street from the Four CornersState Street in 1896
State Street looking North from the Four CornersState Street, 1896, looking North from the Four Corners
State Street, from Wilder BuildingState Street, looking North from Exchange Street
State Street, looking North from the Four CornersState Street, North from Exchange
StattStatue of "Justice" on Second Court House
Statue of MercuryStaub
StauchenStaud
StaudenmaierStauder
StaufferStayman
Steam Carpet Cleaning WorksSteam Gauge and Lantern Co.
Steam Gauge and Lantern CompanySteamboat Hotel at Hanford's Landing
Steamer "Rochester" on Lake OntarioStearns
StebbinsStecher
Stecher Lithographic Co.Stecher Lithographic Company
Stecher Lithographic Company's New BuildingStecher Lithographic Establishment
SteckelStedman
SteefelSteel
SteeleSteele & Avery
SteelsmithSteenman
SteersSteicher
SteidlitzStein
Stein Bloch Company, 136 No. St. Paul StreetStein Block Company
Stein Manufacturing Co.Stein Manufacturing Company, cloth-covered burial cases and funeral furniture, Corner Exchange and Court Street
Stein MausoleumStein, Adler & Co.
Stein, Bloch & Co.Steinberg
SteinfeldtSteinhausen
SteinhauserSteinmiller
SteinmullerSteitz
StellStellwagen
StenzelSteo
StephanyStephens
SterlingStern
Stern & HummelStern, J., & Co.
SternerStettheimer
StettnerSteuerwald
SteveStevens
Stevens, J. B., & SonStevenson
StewardStewart
Stewart & BakerStewart, A. F. & S. C.
StichStickney
StidStiehler
StifflerStillman
Stillman, R. T. Nichel Plating WorksStillson
StillwellStilson
StilwellStimson
StinsonStockbridge
StockmeisterStoddard
StokesStolbrand
StollStolze
StoneStone & Campbell
Stone & WellingtonStone Tavern
Stone Warehouse, 1 Mt. Hope c1822Stone Warehouse, Mt. Hope Ave.
Stone, L. L., & Co.Stone, W. D., Bakery
StonebergStonebraker
Stone-Tolan HouseStone-Tolan House, 2370 East Avenue
Stone-Tolan House, 2370 East Avenue, BrightonStone-Tolan House, 2370 East Avenue, Brighton, interior
Stone-Tolan House, BrightonStone-Tolan House, kitchen
Stone-Tolan House, See also Stone, Orringh Stony Till on Lake Sand. North side of the Brighton Ridge, looking West 1918
Storandt, J. W. Mfg. Co.Store Front, 37 Andrews Street, cast iron and brick, 1936
StorerStorey
StormsStory
Story & FoxStothers
StottStottle
StotzStout
StowellStowger
StrainsStrait
StrangStrasenburgh
Strasenburgh PlanetariumStrasenburgh' Planetarium of the RMSC
Strasenburgh Planetarium, 663 East Avenue, RochesterStrassle
StrattonStraub
Straub's Block, Lake AvenueStrauchen
Strauchens' Mortuary ParlorStraus & Maid
StraussStrayer
StrebStreet Bros.
StreeterStreppa
StrobelStrobel, Jr.
StrogenStromberg-Carlson Telephone Manufacturing Company
Stromberg-Carlson, main factoryStrong
Strong and Woodbury Company, N. Washington StreetStrong Memorial Hospital
Strong Memorial Hospital, entranceStrong, Woodbury & Co.
Strong, Woodbury and Company, 111 Allen StreetStrouss
StrowgerStruble
StruckStrutt
StrutzStuart
Stuart, Silas B., & Co.Stubbs
StuberStudents arriving at Memorial Art Gallery
StudleyStuffles
StullSturge
SturlaSudbury
SuessSuffragette Parade on Main Street
Suffragettes honor Miss Anthony's graveSullivan
SullySulzer
Summer Cottages on the lake shoreSummer house, grounds of Benjamin E. Chase, Meigs Street
Summer Piazza Life in RochesterSummer residence of Edgar N. Curtice, Charlotte
SummerhaysSummers
Summerville, Lake OntarioSummerville, promenade
SumnerSunart Photo Co.
SunderlinSunderlin, L., & Co.
SundtSunset at the Dugway
Superstructure for Sam Patch's Last LeapSupervisors' reunion at Newport House, 1887
Susan B. Anthony HouseSusan B. Anthony House, 17 Madison Street
Susan B. Anthony House, 17 Madison Street, RochesterSusan B. Anthony School, See School no. 27
SusmanSuspension Bridge over the Gorge of the Genesee River, authorized by the Common Council August 21, 1855, opened to public use, July 30, 1856, fell 1857
SuterSutherland
SutphinSutter
SuttonSwain
SwalbachSwales
SwanSwanker
SwansonSwanton
SwartSwarthout
SweeneySweet
SweetingSweeting, Ralph E.
SwensonSwetland
SwiftSwift, T., & Sons
SwikehardSwinburne
SwopeSykes
Sylvanus Jenkins' house, North Goodman, 1936Sylvanus Lathrop House, 28 Monroe Avenue, Pittsford
SymingtonSymons
SyracuseSzablinski
Szadzinski

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