Jordan Memories welcomes you to our searchable digital image gallery and virtual museum space where we collect and showcase items related to the history of the village of Jordan, New York, such as:
- old photographs, postcards, memorabilia, early maps of Jordan and the surrounding area, newspaper clippings, local history, family histories and genealogical information, written recollections, and oral histories.
Jordan is a charming village nestled within the scenic rolling hills of the Finger Lakes region of upstate New York, along the route of the original Erie Canal, and along what is today the Erie Canalway Trail and National Heritage Corridor.
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Cannonball newspaper article (May 4, 1954) - fired in 1865 as a salute when train bearing President Lincoln's body passed through Jordan
NOTE: There is young boy, a dog, and a bicycle in front of the porch.
INSCRIPTION ON FRONT: Village Hall, Jordan, N.Y.
INSCRIPTION ON FRONT: Jordan trolley station, Trolley Sta.
NOTE: In the background, the Methodist Church steeple on Mechanic Street is visible at left.
CAPTION: R. S. & E. Trolley Sta., Jordan, N.Y.
The original St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church was on the site of the current St. Patrick's Cemetery, but is no longer standing. This church was…