Ken Gottry - Cambridge NY History

During the 1976 Bicentennial celebration, the Village of Cambridge submitted a nomination form to the National Register of Historic Places. The appplication was accepted on 15-Nov-1978 as Referennce Number 78001922.

In general the district consists of properties facing on Main Street and South Union Street, plus a few properties on South Park, St. Luke's Place, and First Street




Here are the streets and house numbers included

  • 1-151 East Main Street
  • 4-128 West Main Street
  • 2-70 South Union Street
  • 1-13 South Park Street
  • 81 Park Place
  • 4-17 Broad Street
  • 1 Gilmore Avenue
  • 2 Academy Street
  • 4 North Park Street
  • 2-4 First Street
  • 3-9 St Luke's Place


The text of the application is 1.5MB. The photos that accompanied the application are in a PDF that's 8MB. Click on the links below to look at the PDF's online. Right-click and pick Save Link As to download to your computer.

Historic District Application

Historic District Photos  


Other places in the area that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places 

White Creek; Historic District; SR 68, Byars and Niles Rds; 1979
Jackson; Maxwell Farm; 311 Cty. Rd. 61; 2012

Buskirk Covered Bridge
Eagleville Covered Bridge
Rexleigh Covered Bridge
Shushan Covered Bridge