D. F. Slee Home. Mark Twain's best friend. Mr. Langdon's friend and
hired to be vice president of Langdon Coal Co. Moved from Buffalo to
take the job and build this grand house here in Elmira, NY Learn more
of the fascinating story on TOUR!
224 W. First St.
224 W. First St. circa 1870 First McInerny Funeral Home 1928 was Thomas McInerny, of McInerny and O'Dea, furnishings and undertaking!
300 Block W. First St.
W. First St
307 W. First St.
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316 W First St
308 W. First St.
311 W First St
Below is the only known photo of barn/carriage house behind 320 W First fire.
320 W First St
One of the oldest houses remaining in the historic district. Carriage house burnt. Arson!
Carriage house before the fire! Between the two houses below.
W First St.
Mark Twain was a frequent visitor and dinner guest of George Pratt and his family. In the Pratt family from 1860-1841
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356 W First St
Mark Twain was acquainted with Arthur S. Fitch original home owner
357 W First St
Originally this apartment house started as a barn of 307 Columbia St. It was the barn of the family of Hal Roach motion picture pioneer. Creator and producer of Laurel & Hardy, Our Gang, & the Little Rascals.
360 W First St
Lions head fireplace & staircase-stained glass
Only known photo of staircase full stained glass window. Bottom window was liberated!
365 W First St
The trees above have been removed.
Dad Clayton and Christmas light hanging. Below
371 W First St
New roof 2007
374 W First St
376 W First St
375-377 W First St
Road Work 2008
378 W First St
381 W First St
400 Block W. First Street
402 W First St
West First St.
Dr. & Carol Tapia
Past colors and restorations.
"Spring, Summer, Winter,orFall"
Barn behind the house
359 W. First St
Jennie Fassett House
Jennie Crocker Fassett
Click here to learn about me as performed at our Woodlawn Cemetery