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Rochester Woodbury Boulevard Arsenal

Street address: 75 Wooodbury Boulevard (at Washington Park
City: Rochester
County: Monroe
Year constructed: 1868 - 1870
Architect: Andrew Jackson Warner
Size : Regiment
Square footage:  
Acreage:  
Status: Vacated in 1907 / Expanded and modified for use as city convention hall / Renovated for use as Headquarters by U. S. Navel Reserve in 1949 / GEVA Theater Company

 

Units Stationed:
Years:
54th Infantry Regiment, 7th Division North Headquarters 1849 - 1880 (54th Disbanded)
8th Separate Company 1880 - 1897
    Co. A, 3rd New York Volunteers Spanish American War
    Co. A, 2nd Infantry Battalion 1899 - 1906
    Co. A, 3rd Infantry Regiment 1907 - 1907
1st Separate Company 1890 - 1897
    Co. H, 3rd New York Volunteers Spanish American War
    Co. H, 2nd Infantry Battalion 1899 - 1906
    Co. H, 3rd Infantry Regiment 1907 - 1907
Rochester Naval Malitia ???? - 1907

 

History

The 54th Regiment previously occupied Center Market Armory on Front and Market streets. In 1907, they moved to a new armory on East Main Street.

Other armories in Rochester include:

Images

New York State Division of Military and Naval Affairs: Military History
Last modified: October 24, 2012
URL: http://www.dmna.state.ny.us/historic/links/armories/Rochester Woodbury Boulevard.htm