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Christmas tree 2014 Christmas tree 2014 - lights

Roy Henry (far left), inventor of the first onion harvester. (No patent)

Roy Henry (far left), inventor of the first onion harvester. (No patent)

Col. Elias J. Pettibone came to Pine Hill in 1825 and erected this house under the pines that gave the village its picturesque name.

Col. Elias J. Pettibone came to Pine Hill in 1825 and erected this house under the pines that gave the village its picturesque name.

Built in 1874 after fire destroyed the original structure.  Currently the Stumblin' Inn.

Built in 1874 after fire destroyed the original structure. Currently the Stumblin’ Inn.

West side of North Main Street, looking south

West side of North Main Street, looking south

ca. 1910

ca. 1910

Built of field stones in 1836 by the Society of Friends.

Built of field stones in 1836 by the Society of Friends.

Nathanial Ford built this house in 1841 know as "Castleton"

Nathanial Ford built this house in 1841 know as “Castleton”

Built by Thomas Butcher. Burned by Elba Fire Dept. in 1988.

Built by Thomas Butcher. Burned by Elba Fire Dept. in 1988.

ca. 1910

ca. 1910

Built in 1834 by the 25 member congregation under the direction of Rev. Isaac Foster.

Built in 1834 by the 25 member congregation under the direction of Rev. Isaac Foster.

Known as "Elmwood" it was built by Edwin Parker and consisted of 285 acres.

Known as “Elmwood” it was built by Edwin Parker and consisted of 285 acres.

Built in 1880 for Amanda Moulthrop

Built in 1880 for Amanda Moulthrop

Orrin Walter built this house after 1836.

Orrin Walter built this house after 1836.

Elba's Business District

West side of North Main Street looking North Elba, New York

Norman-Baldwin-Bechtold House

21 South Main Street Elba, New York

Built ca. 1830 by Thomas Davis

Built ca. 1830 by Thomas Davis

This house burned down.

This house burned down.

Eleazer Southworth, a silversmith, built this house in 1817.

Eleazer Southworth, a silversmith, built this house in 1817.

Clerks in William H. Cole's Store.

Clerks in William H. Cole’s Store.