The Elwood Building was built on the Four Corners (State Street and Main Street) in 1879 for lawyer Frank W. Elwood, whose family owned the property. The building was demolished in 1967 as part of the Genesee Crossroads Urban Renewal Project. The Crossroads Building was built on its site.
The building was noted for a corner tower and for the gargoyles that adorned the building.
The building was also the site of the first Mail Chute put into service.
Notes and References
Rochester Images - The Elwood Building on LibraryWeb.org
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