National Register of Historic Places

Application for Seneca Park East and West

Seneca Park 1904

Down the Genesee, Seneca Park, Rochester, NY c1904

Application for Seneca Park East and West

This application contains one of the best descriptions of Maplewood and Seneca Parks from a historical perspective up until the present day. Section 7, Pages 14-17 provide a timeline and explanation of each of the elements that are featured in one of the environmental masterpieces designed by Frederick Law Olmsted’s firm for the City of Rochester and its Parks Commission. Section 8 is a wonderful summary of how important these parks were to Rochester’s history and to the preservation of the Genesee River Gorge at the Lower Falls.

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Memorial Art Gallery

The Memorial Art Gallery is the civic art museum of Rochester, New York. Founded in 1913, it is part of the University of Rochester and occupies the southern half of the University’s former Prince Street campus.

500 University Avenue
Rochester, NY 14607
Website: mag.rochester.edu
(585) 276-8900

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