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Stories by author "S.Porter": 3

State and Pearl Street intersection was one of Albany’s main crossroads during the 18th century. This intersection known as The Old Elm Tree corner represented a well-known historical landmark. As a matter of fact Philip Livingston, signer of…

The second location on this tour is The National Commercial Bank, now known as Key Bank. When the bank was first established in November 25, 1838, under the General Banking Act it was simply known as the Commercial Bank. However on June 13, 1864 the…

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The first location on the walking tour is the D&H Building, today known as the SUNY Administration building. When William Barnes, a republican took power in Albany as a political boss his first objective was to better the water front view. For…

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