Sources: Central New York Genealogy and History; Vincent Falcone; Syracuse Post-Standard, October 5, 1956 Andy’s Inn was a nightclub and restaurant located at the corner of Mackay Avenue and West Genesee Street (currently occupied by former HSBC drive-in), active from 1929 to at least 1959. This club later became known as the Coda during the… Read More Andy’s Inn, 1956
Portrait of George Geddes (1809-1883), age 27, painted by Charles Loring Elliott.
Source: Cornell University Cornell University maintains historic aerial photos of New York State, including this view of Fairmount on September 6, 1938. (Click link for photo) Fairmount Corners is at the upper right of the image. The image is zoomable. Preparations for the building of Holy Family Church can be seen, as well as at… Read More Aerial photo of Fairmount, 1938
Source: Postcard, Date unknown (1950s-1960s) [The Fairway was one of the original establishments of the open-air Fairmount Fair which was incorporated into the closed mall later on.] Fairmount Fair – W. Genesee St. cor. Onondoga Rd. Tel. (315) HO 8-9757 Open 8:30 am – 9 pm Mon. – Fri. Sat 8:30 am – 6 pm.… Read More The Fairway Restaurant
Source: Solvay-Geddes Historical Society Home of the Geddes family. Built c. 1820, demolished December 1929. This view looks south from the southwest corner of West Genesee Street and Onondaga Road. Date of photo unknown. (Current location of M&T Bank)