District Number 6 School
17 Church Street

This 2-story front-gable cobblestone school was built in 1842. The building was built by Pittsford mason Samuel Crump. The building served as the village school until 1894 when a larger building was built on Lincoln Avenue. Since that time the building has served as a Masonic Temple. Built in the Greek Revival Style the building features limestone watertable, quoins, sills and lintels. The gables have cornice returns.

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