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Malone Armory

Street address: 116 West Main Street
City: Malone
County: Franklin
Year constructed: 1891 - 1892
Architect: Isaac G. Perry
Size : Company
Square footage: 27,772 NSF
Acreage: .52 Acres
Status: Vacated in 2003

 

Units Stationed:
Years:
27th Separate Company 1878 - 1897
Nucleus of Co. M, 203rd New York Volunteers Spanish American War
Co. E, 4th Infantry Battalion 1899 - 1904
Co. K, 1st Infantry Regiment 1905 - 1916
Co. K, 107th Infantry 1917 - 1920
Co. I, 105th Infantry 1921 - 1960
Co. A, 187th Field Artillery 1961 - 1985
Co. B, 108th Infantry 1986 - ????

 

History

A state arsenal was built in Malone around 1812 and sold in approximately 1850. Prior to the armory built in 1892, unit met on south side of Main Street between Harrison Place and Academy Street.

Images

New York State Division of Military and Naval Affairs: Military History
Last modified: December 23, 2011
URL: http://www.dmna.state.ny.us/historic/links/armories/Malone.htm