Rundel Library, Rochester NY

I’m interning right now at the Rochester History Journal, located in the Rundel Library. I got here a little early this morning, so I walked around for a while and took some pictures. I particularly liked this one, so I thought I’d share it, and some history of the location.

The library was constructed in 1932, built above the aqueducts that allow the passage of the Genesee River through the City of Rochester. It is listed among the National Register of Historic Places. And, it was on Ghost Hunters! (Watch episode here).

Rundel Library Wiki Page

City of Rochester – Rundel Library Webpage

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