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Jamestown South Main Armory

Street address: South Main Street
City: Jamestown
County: Chautauqua
Year constructed: 1890 - 1892
Architect: Isaac G. Perry
Size : Company
Square footage: Unknown
Acreage: Unknown
Status: Closed in 1932 and subsequently demolished

 

Units Stationed:
Years:
4th Separate Company 1877 - 1882
13th Separate Company 1882 - 1897
Co. E, 65th New York Volunteers Spanish American War
Co. N, 4th Infantry Battalion 1899 - 1906
Co. E, 65th Infantry Regiment 1907 - 1915
Co. E, 174th Infantry Regiment 1916 - 1932
   

 

History

Prior to the armory being built on South Main Street, they occupied rented spaces (Jone's Hall, a Congregational church, and an opera house). In 1932, the unit moved to the new armory on Porter Avenue and Front Street.

Images

New York State Division of Military and Naval Affairs: Military History
Last modified: October 17, 2012
URL: http://www.dmna.state.ny.us/historic/links/armories/Jamestown.htm