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Utica Steuben Street (Steuben park) Armory

Street address: Steuben Street (at Rutger Street)
City: Utica
County: Oneida
Year constructed: 1893 - 1894
Architect: Isaac G. Perry
Size : Company
Square footage: 33,000 NSF
Acreage: Unknown
Status: Vacated in early 1950's and later demolished

 

Units Stationed:
Years:
28th Separate Company 1894 - 1897
     Co. G, 203rd New York Volunteers Spanish American War
     Co. A, 4th Infantry Battalion 1899 - 1904
     Co. A, 1st Infantry Regiment 1905 - 1920
     ???? 1921 - 1950's
44th Separate Company 1894 - 1897
     Co. E, 1st New York Volunteers Spanish American War
     Co. B, 4th Infantry Battalion 1899 - 1904
     Co. B, 1st Infantry Regiment 1905 - 1920
     ???? 1921 - 1950's

 

History

Units previously housed in Bleecker Street Arsenal from 1862 - 1894. Other armories in Utica include Parkway East Armory built for cavalrymen in 1930.

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/Utica Steuben Street.htm