About Warsaw Downtown Historic District

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Warsaw Downtown Historic District is a national historic district located at Warsaw in Wyoming County, New York. The district encompasses 36 contributing buildings in the village of Warsaw. They are a variety of commercial, institutional, and religious buildings with most built between the 1870s and 1915. A number of commercial buildings were constructed after the fires of 1867 and 1887. They include the Andrew Jackson Warner designed United Church of Warsaw (1860s), First Baptist Church (1889), Bartlett Block (c. 1866, c. 1890), Hostetter's Pharmacy (c. 1888), New Watkin's Hotel (c. 1888) Sullivan Building (1915), Wyoming County Bank (c. 1905), Glover's Department Store (c. 1916), Gardner's Grocery (c. 1860-1870), Pratt Grocery (c. 1870), Farman-Humphrey Block (1884), Lincoln Block (c. 1894-1900), and Schwab's Motor Sales (c. 1940). Located in the district and separately listed are the Warsaw Academy and United States Post Office.

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22, Livingston Street, Wyoming County, New York, United States of America, 14569

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