Cicero Historical Photos
 Photos and commentary courtesy of Thomas Mafrici, the Cicero, New York Town Historian.
Special thanks to the former historian, Lona Flynn, for originally accumulating most of these images.

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 1930's looking South on Route 11 King's Hotel on extreme right. Cicero State Bank on right Sleeth's Feed Mill on left.







Plowing Snow 1930s Route 11 looking south. Sleeth Feed Mill on left. Cicero State Bank on right. Ford Garage just south of the Bank.







Hine's Gas Station. NW Corner of Rtes. 11 & 31. currently an empty lot next to the Fire Barn. Photo by Clarence Hughson.






1967 Klosheim's Hardware after demolition. The Klosheim House was moved around the corner to New Street where it is still standing. You can see the former Post Office (Now Caza Construction) and the old Legion to the right of the house.










Becker Cement Block Works. Does anyone know where this was located ?









Becker's Grocery. Does anyone know where this was located ?






This bell came out of the Universalist Church located on site of former post office in Cicero (currently Caza Construction) The bell was cast by Jones and Company, Troy, NY. Patented in 1855 Placed in Cobblestone Church in Childs, NY




Bridgeport Cheese Factory Bill of Sale 1883. The back says: One Day Out Commence May 1st to November 3rd 12/365.17 = $30.43 per cow $ 11.58 Ton? Cheese







Busy Bee. 1989 Corner of Route 31 and Crabtree Lane. Currently the Red Apple.








Cabbage Wagon, Undated. Ray Sneller Load of Cabbage for Borne Kraut Factory in 1st ward Syracuse








Cheese Factory at Cicero Center undated.








Cheese Factory at Cicero Center undated

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