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Towns and Villages/Cuba

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1921 Cuba Bank World Series Scoreboard

From back of Photo: "World Series Scoreboard; First National Bank Bldg.; 21 W. Main St.; Cuba, NY - 1921 - From files of CUBA HISTORICAL SOCIETY; File 24. Used with permissio...(more)

1974 Cuba Lake Pavilion

from clipping collection of Jane Pinney-"Wellsville Daily Reporter" picture & story 5/3/1974

Alice Frances Hotel Cuba N.Y

Photo taken in front of the Alice Frances Hotel in Cuba, N.Y. Leon Persing is on the far left. Photo was given to Ray Payne by the Jerry Persing estate. Originally published in the...(more)

Audubon Society CUBA 1914

(Submitted by Tom Ingalls, 3/2016) "Unfortunately there are no names associated with this picture but I do believe the young girl 4th from the right in the front row (standing) is ...(more)


1st image in a panoramic view of Cuba.


2nd image in a panoramic view of Cuba.


3rd image in a panoramic view of Cuba.


4th image in a panoramic view of Cuba.

Cuba Block Barn

Cuba Block Barn; The Block Barn is a magnificent cement block structure located on Route 305 (South Street) on the southern edge of the village. Built in 1909, the building is 347 ...(more)

Cuba Lake 1908

Cuba Lake, 1908. In boat, George B. Harris, Edmond J. Healy, Baby-George Harris Healy. Only 3 cottages on the shores of Cuba Lake at the time. From Jane Pinney Collection

Cuba Lake 1928

1928 Cuba Lake - Young Learners From the Photo Album of Earl and Marguerite Bradley Submitted by their Grandson, Russ Bradley

Cuba Lake Cuba,NY

c.1910 Cuba Lake; Pennysaver Picture; from collection of Jane Pinney

Cuba Lake Pavilion Band

Cuba Lake Pavilion Adv. for Band Concert-from Wellsville Daily Reporter 6/29/1972. "Barge" was Scott Boring's group, fore-runner of "Zoar" Band Clipping from collection of Ja...(more)

Cuba Lake c.1900

uba Lake built in 1856-known at time as world's largest man-made body of water. From Jane Pinney Collection

Cuba NY Vanhorn Blacksmith shop

Van Horn Blacksmith Shop; (M. E. Church in background.) Submitted by Paul H. Gault

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