East Avenue Historic District

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East Avenue Historic District
Strong-Todd House.jpg
The Strong-Todd House on East Avenue
East Avenue Historic District is located in New York
East Avenue Historic District
East Avenue Historic District is located in the US
East Avenue Historic District
Location Irregular pattern along East Ave. from Probert St. to Alexander St., Rochester, New York
Coordinates 43°9′9″N 77°34′51″W / 43.15250°N 77.58083°W / 43.15250; -77.58083Coordinates: 43°9′9″N 77°34′51″W / 43.15250°N 77.58083°W / 43.15250; -77.58083
Area 362 acres (146 ha)
Architect Wright,Frank Lloyd; Et al.
Architectural style Greek Revival, Italianate, Queen Anne
NRHP Reference # 79001589[1]
Added to NRHP April 17, 1979

East Avenue Historic District is a national historic district located at Rochester in Monroe County, New York. The district consists of a series of large 19th and early 20th century homes, houses of worship, meeting houses, and museums. It contains approximately 700 structures. Notable structures in the district include the Hiram W. Sibley House (1868), home of Hiram Sibley; Edward E. Boynton House (1909), Rochester's only work by Frank Lloyd Wright; the Culver House (1805–1816), moved to its present site in 1906; and the Strong-Todd House (1901), once occupied by Henry A. Strong.[2]

It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1979.[1]

The George Eastman House is a National Historic Landmark located within the district.



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All of the following Historic American Buildings Survey (HABS) records are filed under Rochester, Monroe County, NY: