Historic Map - Hunter, NY - 1890

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Hunter, N.Y. Burleigh Lithographing Establishment.

Reproduction panorama map of Hunter, New York, drawn and published by Lucien R. Burleigh in 1890. Fine wood products were made in factories in Hunter near the Schoharie River in Greene County. When the railroads arrived the community's interests shifted to tourism. The area in the Catskill Mountains, became a winter resort and summer vacation town. Many mountain peaks, including the highest in the county, Hunter Mountain, provided spectacular viewing and winter skiing.

This map shows buildings, clearly labeled street names and railway route.

Features numbered references to the following locations:

  1. Presbyterian Church
  2. Methodist Episcopal Church
  3. St. Mary's R. C. Church
  4. Public School
  5. J. W. Mason & Co., Mfr of Chairs, Bedding and other Furniture
  6. Pleasant Mount, John Stickels, Prop.
  7. West End Hotel, H. B. Gara, Prop.
  8. Graham's Insurance & Real Estate Agency
  9. Union Hall
  9. J. G. Leipold & Co., Fine Groceries and Dry Goods
  9. J. R. Van Valkenburgh, Pianos, Organs and Sewing Machines
  9. Lucy A. Van Valkenburgh, Millinery and Fancy Goods
10. C. A. Traphagen, Shoemaker & Dealer in Boots & Shoes
11. Willis Baldwin, Furniture
12. F. L. & E. G. Fromer, Flour, Feed, Groceries, Boots, Shoes, Crockery and Glassware
13. F. L. & E. G. Fromer, Flour and Feed Mill
14. C. E. Lake & Co., Hardware and Plumbing
14. C. E. Lake, Postmaster
15. Railroad Station
16. Geo. W. Anderson, Lumber Dealer & Sash and Blind Mfr.
17. Glen Farm House, Mrs. L. A. Eggleston
18. Hunter House, M. C. Van Pelt, Prop.
19. The Kaatsberg, Robert Elliott, Prop.
20. Hunter Phoenix
21. Geo. C. McKelvie, Watchmaker and Jeweler
22. Gordon Bros, Clothing, Dry Goods and Groceries
23. Gordon Bros, Livery and Exchange Stable
24. Rundell & Ferris, Dry Goods and Groceries
25. Central House and Cottages, Wm. J. Rusk, Prop.
26. Slater & Austin, Hunter Pharmacy and Bowling Alley
27. Ripley House and Livery, L. A. Woodworth, Prop.
28. Villa DuBois
29. W. W. Burtis, Hardware and House Furnishing Goods
30. Hotel St. Charles, S. H. Scripture, Mgr.
31. The Aldine, Bowling and Billiards
32. Prospect House, J. M. Cannane, Prop.
33. FairView House, S. Greene, Prop.
34. O. R. Avery, Contractor and Builder
35. Base of Colonel's Chair Mountain, height 3200 ft., back of which rises Hunter Mountain to height of 4052 ft.


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