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:

These digital items may be of interest to current or former residents of Jordan, historians, genealogy researchers, and anyone else who wishes to learn more about the fascinating and unique history of the Village of Jordan, New York, and its neighboring communities.

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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Porter house, 48 North Main Street (circa 1900, built 1827)


NOTE: There is young boy, a dog, and a bicycle in front of the porch.

Village Hall and Fire House, Mechanic Street


INSCRIPTION ON FRONT: Village Hall, Jordan, N.Y.

Trolley station, four corners looking east


INSCRIPTION ON FRONT: Jordan trolley station, Trolley Sta.

Trolley station, four corners looking east


NOTE: In the background, the Methodist Church steeple on Mechanic Street is visible at left.

Trolley station, four corners looking east


CAPTION: R. S. & E. Trolley Sta., Jordan, N.Y.

St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church, Hamilton Street, interior


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…