Charm Court Motel
Title:
Charm Court Motel
Painted Post New York (NY), Chrome unused


Indian Monument
Title:
Indian Monument
Painted Post New York (NY), Divided Back PM 1913 Jan-9



Soldiers Monument
Title:
Soldiers Monument
Painted Post New York (NY), Divided Back unused


Lodge on the Green
Title:
Lodge on the Green
Painted Post New York (NY), Jumbo/Large Format unused

Description:
Tony Fusare (Area Code 607) 962-2456; 3 miles west of Corning on US 15S and 417 West at the Gang Mills Exit. 135 contemporary rooms located on an eleven acre meadow 5 minutes from the famous Corning Glass Center and 30 minutes from the New York State Wineries. Dining room, cocktail lounge, extensive banquet and meeting facilities, heated pool and a unique boutique on the premises Dexter Press



Indian Monument
Title:
Indian Monument
Painted Post New York (NY), Linen unused

Description:
PAINTED POST was named from the face that the first white people penetrating this wilderness, found a post standing about 8 feet high, which was claimed to be the resting place of Chief Montour, a son of Catherine Montour, who was wounded at the time of the battle of Fort Freeland. The post was painted in bright colors--no doubt the paint stones being used, as well as the juices of the wild berry. When this wooded post rotted, a tin Indian was put in its place, and later, 1894, a substantial granite monument, which will commemorate for ages the resting place of the great Seneca Indian Chief. Early indications showed that Painted Post was a council meeting place of the six nations. The land all through this locality yielded valuable relics--the finest collection in this part of the state being that of the late FrancisErwin, granson of the founder of the town. Painted Post was first mentioned in history in 1791 in a letter from Gen. Knox to President Washington


Stiles Motel
Title:
Stiles Motel
Painted Post New York (NY), Chrome unused

Description:
Located on picturesque Route 15 three miles north of Painted Post, N.Y., the new Stiles Motel has attractive rooms, heated, tiled shower, radio and TV. Open all year. AAA approved. Near good restauratns. In the Finger Lake region; five minutes driving from Corning Glass Center and 30 minutes from Watkins Glen. Telephone Corning 962-5221. Alfred & Althea Pock, Props



Indian Monument
Title:
Indian Monument
Painted Post New York (NY), Divided Back PM 1907


Indian Monument
Title:
Indian Monument
Painted Post New York (NY), Linen unused



Greetings From Historic Painted Post
Title:
Greetings From Historic Painted Post
Painted Post New York (NY), Chrome unused

Description:
Left: Monument erected in tribute to Andrew Montour, half breed son of Catherine Montour, Queen of the Senecas, who with his brother John gave up their lives to help the white men settle this section. Right: Seneca Indian stains oaken post, to indicate number killed, as depicted in Amy Lou Jones mural, Recording the Victory, that is on display at the Post Office in Painted Post.


Holiday Inn Of Corning-Painted Post, Jct. US 15 & St. 17 304 S. Hamilton St. Painted Post
Title:
Holiday Inn Of Corning-Painted Post, Jct. US 15 & St. 17 304 S. Hamilton St. Painted Post
Painted Post New York (NY), Chrome unused

Description:
Series 71875-C
Restaurant and Gift Shop on Premises. 3 mi. W. of Corning: Airport 10 mi. 10 minutes from Corning Glass Co. 20 minutes from Watkins Glen, 20 minutes to Mark Twain Study at Elmira College, 30 minutes to Wineries Brand Names



Ingersoll-Rand Imperial Club House
Title:
Ingersoll-Rand Imperial Club House
Painted Post New York (NY), Linen unused

Description:
The Ingersoll-Rand Imperial Club House is located in the Indian historical community of Painted Post, N. Y. It is the former William Irwin Mansion and it was constructed during the years of 1850, 51, 52 and 53. In 1912, the historical mansion was purchased by the Ingersoll-Rand interests as a recreation center for employees. It is now a social center of the community.




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