About Perry Downtown Historic District

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Perry Downtown Historic District is a national historic district located at Perry in Wyoming County, New York. The district encompasses 41 contributing buildings in the village of Perry. They are a variety of commercial, institutional, and governmental buildings with most built between 1850 and 1918. Most of the commercial buildings are two-stories and constructed of brick. They include the Town Hall (1909), Masonic Temple (1914), Bussey Block (1898), Bailey-Roche Block (c. 1836), A. Cole and Wygant Building (1867), Garrison Building (1901), Rufus Smith Block (1856), Howell Building (1895), Traver Place Apartments (1924), and the Wise Building (1903).

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14, Borden Avenue, Wyoming County, New York, United States of America, 14530

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