Ithaca Town Hall - 126 East Seneca Street

Downtown Ithaca - An Architectural Walking Tour

Ithaca Town Hall - 126 East Seneca Street

Ithaca, New York 14850, United States

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Point of Interest Details

Look across the street where the Ithaca Town Hall once stood. It was demolished in 2003. The Town Hall (1881) is a former residence designed by Alvah B. Wood, a classmate of Ithaca's best-known architect, William Henry Miller. It had a complex Queen Anne style roof, decorated chimney and gable ornament. The two-story round bay on the front was typical of some Queen Anne houses.

This point of interest is part of the tour: Downtown Ithaca - An Architectural Walking Tour


 

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