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Hudson Armory

Street address: Fifth and State Streets
City: Hudson
County: Columbia
Year constructed: 1898 - original construction
1930 - repairs from fire damage
Architect: Isaac G. Perry
Size : Company
Square footage: 35,581 NSF
Acreage: .69 Acres
Status: Most of drill shed destroyed by fire in 1921 / Closed in late 1970s / Auctioned and sold to private owner / Owned by GalVan Initiatives Foundation / Hudson Area Library to be constructed within drill shed

 

Units Stationed:
Years:
23rd Separate Company 1878 - 1897
Nucleus Co. I, 203rd New York Volunteer Spanish American War
Co. D, 1st Infantry Regiment 1899 - 1904
Co. F, 10th Infantry Regiment 1905 - 1939
106th Infantry Regiment 1940 - ????
Co. B, 152nd Engineers 1961 - ????
   

 

History

Prior to armory being built, the 23rd rented space in the rear of the court house since 1883.

Images

New York State Division of Military and Naval Affairs: Military History
Last modified: October 11, 2012
URL: http://www.dmna.state.ny.us/historic/links/armories/Hudson.htm