Democrat and Chronicle from Rochester, New York on October 31, 1954 · Page 39
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Democrat and Chronicle from Rochester, New York · Page 39

Rochester, New York
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Sunday, October 31, 1954
Page 39
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0 1 M " I 1 1 1 I I Ml I I " 1 " I 1 1 i r BC0 TREADWAY INN EAST AT ALEXANDER V 7 X yN I II l r i f -i i i rC X x r?- 7C ' - ...... it: m? wfe m m doty 1o meke Rochester $ cleaner cify ! NORTH UNION li1 FASCO INDUSTRIE 1 .'--"Vott.-ljt-n.i.i. iiHtan toira-a tt'M SACRED HEART ACA3EMY Sorry we had to inconvenience you to get this job done! We know that the work we have been doing in constructing our steam main along Court Street, East Avenue, and Prince Street has been a source of great annoyance to many of you. Ve have been just as much upset as you have, but we want to thank you sincerely for the patience, the forbearance, and understanding you have shown while we were going through this construction turmoil. The important fact is that this extension of our steam distribution system will now make it possible for us to replace many installations of old-fashioned smoke-producing heating equipment. The result will be the elimination of dirt and smoke in this section of the city. The buildings illustrated here and located in the eastern downtown and residential area will take steam from this new development. This step, together with the New York Central Railroad's changing to diesel locomotives, should make this high-grade residential area even more i x.i a fir fc-' J i - m "'X: ysr, Wd ill'" "'' it... h-.jL PRINCETON APTS. EAST MAIN - .. - - .4 fc y- wr k. .-J. .j ,j .j h - .. J UNIVtKSlIT AVE. t 3 J.m FIRST CHURCH OF JP. ' rfJt: a ruBttr ccitUTltT ,1 P v 4 13 EAST AT PRINCE A100SE CLUB EAST AVENUE ; - AS.";sI -1 ROCHESTER DENTAL DISPENSARY EAST MAIN BAUSCH I LOMB OPTICAL CO. NAVY BLDG. CHAMPENEY TERRACE beautiful and attractive than it has been in the past. 1 1 ! MASONIC TEMPLE EAST MAIN ALWAYS AT inn ii i. .uo in uinwronpi YOUR SERVICE

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