Coming Events

Stamp Shows

Current Exhibit

Taft Rd. Post Office


"Land of Immigrants"

To Honor Nationalist from other countries

Get Directions to Post Office

Chronology of Meeting Locations

1919  Citizens Club, University Bldg.

1919-1930  Onondaga County Historical Society, Montgomery St.

1930-1936  Onondaga Hotel, S. Warren & E. Jefferson Sts.

1936-1938  Syracuse Chamber of Commerce, Syracuse Sq.

1938-1942  Syracuse Museum of Fine Arts, James & N. State Sts.

1943-1947  YMCA, Montgomery St.
                   An increase in membership made it necessary to find a
                   larger meeting room.

1947-1949  Yates Hotel, Washington and Montgomery streets
                    Hear 50-year club member Glen Woodford describe the benefits
                   of  meeting at the Yates Hotel. [mp3, 30 secs]

1949-1961  YWCA, Montgomery St. and the Syracuse Oddfellows Hall.

1961-1963  Niagara Mohawk Building, Erie Blvd. W. 
                    Hear Glen Woodford relate how the club was forced to move from
                   the NiMo building due to mass picketing during a strike. [mp3, 26 secs]

1963-1966  YWCA, Montgomery St.

1966-1967  Erie Canal Museum, Erie Blvd. E.  - Due to poor lighting and generally
                   unsatisfactory meeting conditions, attendance dropped off precipitously.

1968-1986  Merchants Bank, S. Warren & E. Fayette Sts.
                    Glen Woodford remembers the Merchants Bank as "the best place we ever
                   had to meet." [mp3, 16 secs]

1986-Now   Reformed Church of Syracuse, 1228 Teall Ave.
                   Many inactive members, discouraged from attending meetings in the Merchants
                   Bank by a shortage of parking, began coming back.