Seneca Motel and Restaurant
Title:
Seneca Motel and Restaurant
Waterloo New York (NY), Linen unused

Description:
In the Heart of the Beautiful Finger Lakes Region - U.S. Highways 5 & 20, two miles east - At Entrance to Waterloo Thruway Interchange. 33 Units - T.V. - Cross Ventilation - Sound Proof Units - AAA Approved.


Historic Scythe Tree Farm Near Geneva, N. Y.
Title:
Historic Scythe Tree Farm Near Geneva, N. Y.
Waterloo New York (NY), White Border unused

Description:
History of the Scythe Tree On the farm now owned by C. l. Shaffer, two miles west of Waterloo, and four miles east of Geneva on the traction line stands the historic Balm of Gillead tree, a living monument to Wyman J. Johnson, who in October 1861 comning from the field hung the ascythe he had been using in this tree then eight inches in diameter, saying to his mother, "Let it hang there until I return." He enlistedin Company G, 85th New York Regiment at Elmira, october 29, 1861; called into service November 15, 1861, aqnd after serving in fifteen engagements, was wounded at New Burne, N. C., April 20, 1864 and died at Raleigh Hospital, May 22, 1864, having been promoted to Fourth Sergeant. This living monument after fifty-seven years, now waves its mammoth branches to a height of 100 feet and has a spread of over 100 feet and the trunk measures more than fifteen feet in circumference, with only six inches of the scythe now protruding and pointing toward his unmarked Southern grave. The women of Tyler J. Snyder Relief Corps, No. 78, Waterloo, N. Y., nbow keep the Stars and Stripes continually floating over the scythe.



Public Park
Title:
Public Park
Waterloo New York (NY), Divided Back PM 1917 Oct-09


Historic Scythe Tree Farm
Title:
Historic Scythe Tree Farm
Waterloo New York (NY), White Border unused

Description:
On the farm now owned by C.L. Schaffer, two miles west of Waterloo and four miles east of Geneva on the traction line, stand the historic Balm of Gillead tree, a living monument to Wyman J. Johnson, who in October 1861 coming from the field hung the scythe he had been using, in this tree then about eight inches in diameter, saying to his mother: "Let it hang there until I return." He enlisted in Company G, 85th New York Regiment at Elmira, October 1861; called into service, November 15, 1861, and after serving in fifteen engagements was wounded at New Berne, NC, April 20, 1864, and died at Raleigh hospital, May 22, 1864, having been promoted to Fourth Sergeant. This living monument, after fifty-seven years, now waves its mammoth branches to a height of 100 feet and has a spread of over 100 feet, and the trunk measures more than fifteen feet in circumference, with only six inches of the scythe now protruding and pointing toward his unmarked southern grave. The women of Tyler J. Snyder Relief Corps, No. 78, Waterloo, NY, now keep the Stars and Stripes continually floating over the scythe



"Maplewood"
Title:
"Maplewood"
Waterloo New York (NY), Real Photo unused


Cape Cod Motel Court, Hwys. N.Y. 5 & U.S. 20
Title:
Cape Cod Motel Court, Hwys. N.Y. 5 & U.S. 20
Waterloo New York (NY), Chrome unused

Description:
Restful - Beautiful Grounds - Clean - Mengel Furniture - Simmons' mattress - Free T.V. and Radio - Tubs & Showers - Heated SafAire (Thermostat in every room) - Rest. near - Located 1 Mi. West Waterloo - 5 Mi. East Geneva, N.Y. Phone 4434



Historic Scythe Tree on a Farm
Title:
Historic Scythe Tree on a Farm
Waterloo New York (NY), Linen unused

Description:
On a farm between Waterloo and Geneva, stands this historic tree. The tree itself, a Balm of Gilead, is one of the species rarely found in that section. In October 1861, Wyman J. Johnson hung his scythe in this tree telling his mother he would leave it there until he returned, but he never returned as he lies in an unmarked Southern grave. In 1918 the Schaffer Brothers enlisted in the world War, hanging their scythes beside one another in this tree. During the World War three flags were floating there. At the close of the War the Schaffer Brothers returned and today only one flag floats there, that for Johnson. It has a height of 100 feet. The trunk measures over 15 feet in circumference with only six inches of Johnson's scythe protruding. It is listed in the Hall of Fame at Washington, DC., and stands today a living monument. The Women of Tyler J. Snyder Relief Corps, No. 76 Waterloo, NY now keep the Stars and Stripes continually floating over the scythe


Cape Cod Motel
Title:
Cape Cod Motel
Waterloo New York (NY), Chrome unused

Description:
Series 45318-B Restful - Beautiful Grounds - Free TV and Radio - Tubs and Showers - Individually Controlled Heat - Restaurant nearby. Located on Routes N. Y. 5 and U. S. 20 one mile west of Waterloo - 5 miles east of Geneva, N. Y.



Main Street
Title:
Main Street
Waterloo New York (NY), White Border unused


St. Pauls Protestant Episcopal Church
Title:
St. Pauls Protestant Episcopal Church
Waterloo New York (NY), Divided Back PM 1917 May-15



View Of Park
Title:
View Of Park
Waterloo New York (NY), Divided Back PM 1921


Woolen Manufacturing Co.
Title:
Woolen Manufacturing Co.
Waterloo New York (NY), Divided Back PM 1914 Jun-23



Peter Whitmer Farm
Title:
Peter Whitmer Farm
Waterloo New York (NY), Chrome unused

Description:
Where the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints was organized on April 6, 1830. Near Waterloo, N. Y.


Waterloo Memorial Hospital
Title:
Waterloo Memorial Hospital
Waterloo New York (NY), White Border unused



Methodist Church
Title:
Methodist Church
Waterloo New York (NY), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1908


St. Paul'S House
Title:
St. Paul'S House
Waterloo New York (NY), Divided Back unused



St. Pauls Protestant Episcopal Church
Title:
St. Pauls Protestant Episcopal Church
Waterloo New York (NY), Divided Back PM 1908


Seneca County Court House
Title:
Seneca County Court House
Waterloo New York (NY), Chrome unused



Lock No. 1.
Title:
Lock No. 1.
Waterloo New York (NY), Divided Back unused


Lock No. 1.
Title:
Lock No. 1.
Waterloo New York (NY), Divided Back unused



Entrance To Kendig's Creek, Seneca Canal
Title:
Entrance To Kendig's Creek, Seneca Canal
Waterloo New York (NY), Divided Back unused


Seneca Canal
Title:
Seneca Canal
Waterloo New York (NY), Divided Back unused



Seneca Canal
Title:
Seneca Canal
Waterloo New York (NY), Divided Back unused


Kingdom Bridge Over Seneca Canal
Title:
Kingdom Bridge Over Seneca Canal
Waterloo New York (NY), Divided Back unused



Main Street, looking West
Title:
Main Street, looking West
Waterloo New York (NY), Divided Back unused


Methodist Church
Title:
Methodist Church
Waterloo New York (NY), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM Jun-20



St. Mary'S Roman Catholic Church, Parsonage And School
Title:
St. Mary'S Roman Catholic Church, Parsonage And School
Waterloo New York (NY), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1907


Presbyterian Church
Title:
Presbyterian Church
Waterloo New York (NY), Divided Back unused



Locking On Seneca Canal
Title:
Locking On Seneca Canal
Waterloo New York (NY), Divided Back unused


Bear Race
Title:
Bear Race
Waterloo New York (NY), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1906

Description:
West Of Piano Factory





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