Historic Map - Luzerne & Hadley, NY - 1888

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Luzerne, N.Y. and Hadley. Drawn & published by L. R. Burleigh.

Reproduction bird's-eye view map of Luzerne and Hadley, New York, published by Lucien Burleigh in 1888. Luzerne and its sister city Hadley are located in Warren County at the foothills of the Adirondacks. The village, now referred to as Lake Luzerne, was and is still considered the "Gateway to the Adirondacks". The lake is the result of a confluence of waters between the Hudson River and Lake George. Lake Luzerne, with its quiet waters and surrounding hills and valleys, provides spectacular views and offers excellent outdoor activities. The area has been settled since the late 1700s when it was a lumber community, but by 1888, the farming of corn, oats, potatoes and rye was conducted.

This map from 1888 shows buildings, clearly labeled street names and railway route.

Features numbered references to the following locations:

  1. Presbyterian Church
  2. Methodist Church
  3. Episcopal Church
  4. Catholic Church
  5. Town Hall
  6. Rockwell House
  7. "The Wayside"
  8. Diadema Cottage
  9. The Luzerne Club
10. River View Hotel
11. Railroad House
12. Cascade House
13. Montee House
14. River View Cottage
15. Rockwell House Livery Stable
16. O'Keeffe's Livery Stable
17. Wigley's Boat Houses
18. Boat House of H. Conkling
19. Luzerne Post Office
20. Railroad Station, Hadley
21. West's Paper Mill
22. The Garner Leather Works
23. Burnham's Grist Mill
24. Merritt Wagar's Store
25. Geo. W. Slyter & Bro's, Furniture Store
25. C. W. Wagar's Store
26. Coty's Blacksmith & Wagon Shop
27. Lawrence Bros' Store
28. Deane's Store
29. E. S. Theobold's Green Grocery
30. Burneson's Fruit Store
31. Hugh Clemons' Hardware Store
32. Morton's Market
33. W. A. Wagar's Store
34. Garnar's General Store
35. Riddell's Pharmacy
36. Kenyon's Store
36. Hadley Post Office
37. Rockwell's Store


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