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Webster's 1923 Kindergarten class: Eva Elliott, Jane Hawley, Marie Hosenfeld, Helen Lotze, Betty Nivison, Eleanor Pinkney, Virginia Vail, Doris Dewey, Mildred Bellamo, Lois Seaver, Jeanette Taylor, Margaret Middleton, Evans Abrams, Bobby Darling, Jack Henner, Robert Johanson, Robert Smith, Richard Spry, Manley Hegg, Stanley Hegg, Roland Schutt

Sunday, May 4, 2014 3:30 pm

Village and Town:
Discover Webster's Historic Architecture

Location:
Harmony House, 58 East Main Street

Guest speaker:
Cynthia Howk
Architectural Research Coordinator
The Landmark Society of Western New York

Presented by the Village Preservation Commission

Lincoln Takes a Spin

Geocache Description:
There is a slight association with this cache and President Abraham Lincoln. He did briefly visit our nearby city of Rochester on his inaugural tour on February 18, 1881. Lincoln was warmly received by 15,000 people and carried this area in his election.

Location:
The Village of Webster

N 43 12.694 W 077 25.742
UTM: 18T E 302690 N 4787173

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History of Business

Share Your Business History

Few conversations on life growing up in Webster conclude without at least a mention of names like Hegedorn's, Netzman's or Charlie's. The history of Webster is incomplete without an extensive look at the significant contributions of Webster's businesses. The places we've worked and the places we've shopped.

If you are a business owner or have been a business owner, the Webster Museum would appreciate your assistance in further documenting the stories behind the memories. If you have any stories and photos you would be willing to share on our website, please drop us a line at sharehistory@webstermuseum.org

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