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Arcadia Historical Museum
120 High Street
Newark, NY 14513
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Phone: 315-331-4078
The museum features displays of local artifacts including quilts and coverlets, Newark milk bottles and items from the Jackson and Perkins Company and their famous rose gardens. Open July through October, Saturdays 1 to 3 pm, or by appointment.
Hoffman Clock Museum
High Street
Newark, NY 14513
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Phone: 315-331-4370
A unique collection of timepieces. Exhibits introduce visitors to timekeeping history and development of clock styles, with a special emphasis on the history of New York State clockmakers. The majority of the timepieces were collected by Augustus L. and Jennie D. Hoffman of Newark, New York. The Hoffman Foundation established the museum to carry out the dream of the Hoffmans that the collection be preserved for the enjoyment and education of their community. Located in the Newark Library. Open year round during library hours.
Marbletown Centennial Schoolhouse
6631 Miller Road
Newark, NY 14513
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Phone: 315-331-4078
Built in 1876, this former District Number 5 one-room schoolhouse features original furnishings and bell. Now owned by the Arcadia Historical Society. Open by appointment.
United States Post Office
S Main Street
Newark, NY 14513
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Constructed in 1911 to 1913, the building was designed by James Knox Taylor, Supervising Architect of the Treasury Department from 1887 to 1912, and is of the era of individually designed federal buildings. The exterior stucco finish is unique among Taylor’s New York work. The interior features a terrazzo floor, bordered with white marble trim and white marble baseboards. The walls are paneled with oak to a height of 11 feet.
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