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Tree Lighting121 viewsRochester held its annual tree lighting on Monday, December 7, 2009 at Rochester Town Hall. Visitors were treated to the sounds of the Rochester Memorial School band and chorus before the tree was lit. Santa made a grand entrance on a fire truck. Photo by Felix Perez.
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Tree Lighting113 viewsRochester held its annual tree lighting on Monday, December 7, 2009 at Rochester Town Hall. Visitors were treated to the sounds of the Rochester Memorial School band and chorus before the tree was lit. Santa made a grand entrance on a fire truck. Photo by Felix Perez.
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Tree Lighting127 viewsRochester held its annual tree lighting on Monday, December 7, 2009 at Rochester Town Hall. Visitors were treated to the sounds of the Rochester Memorial School band and chorus before the tree was lit. Santa made a grand entrance on a fire truck. Photo by Felix Perez.
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Rochester Tree Lighting118 viewsRochester held its annual tree lighting on Monday, December 7, 2009 at Rochester Town Hall. Visitors were treated to the sounds of the Rochester Memorial School band and chorus before the tree was lit. Santa made a grand entrance on a fire truck. Photo by Felix Perez.
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Antiques in Rochester141 viewsGinny Decker brought a pair of Victorian era frames to be appraised at Rochester Woman's Club Antique and Collectible show. These frames contain photos of her grandparents Nathaniel and Betsy Barros. Betsy Barros was the cousin of Lavinia Warren Stratton, the wife of General Tom Thumb who was made famous by P.T. Barnum. The 115-year-old frames were appraised at $150 to $200 for the pair. Photo by Felix Perez.
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Antiques in Rochester117 viewsA teddy bear won at a carnival by Nancy Boutin's father for her mother in the early 1940's was appraised by Frank McNamee for $50 to $75. The chair belonged her Grandmother's aunt Delia, was made around 1890 and was appraised for $175. Unfortunately for collectors, Nancy doesn't plan on parting with these items. Photo by Felix Perez.
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Antiques in Rochester114 viewsThe Rochester Women’s Club held an antique appraisal event at their clubhouse on Route 105 in Rochester on November 29, 2009. Guests brought in their heirlooms and antiques for antique expert and professional appraiser Frank McNamee to assess. Guests were asked to leave a $5 donation in exchange for information about their items, which ranged from 19th century baskets to early electric fans. Photo by Felix Perez.
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Antiques in Rochester105 viewsThe Rochester Women’s Club held an antique appraisal event at their clubhouse on Route 105 in Rochester on November 29, 2009. Guests brought in their heirlooms and antiques for antique expert and professional appraiser Frank McNamee to assess. Guests were asked to leave a $5 donation in exchange for information about their items, which ranged from 19th century baskets to early electric fans. Photo by Felix Perez.
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Antiques in Rochester105 viewsRochester Women’s Club co-president Marsha Hartley's granddaughter Cecilia plays at the Clubhouse on November 29, 2009. Photo by Felix Perez.
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Antiques in Rochester101 viewsRochester Women’s Club co-president Marsha Hartley's grandson Apollo plays at the Rochester Woman's Clubhouse on November 29, 2009. Photo by Felix Perez.
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Antiques in Rochester102 viewsThe Rochester Women’s Club held an antique appraisal event at their clubhouse on Route 105 in Rochester on November 29, 2009. Guests brought in their heirlooms and antiques for antique expert and professional appraiser Frank McNamee to assess. Guests were asked to leave a $5 donation in exchange for information about their items, which ranged from 19th century baskets to early electric fans. Photo by Felix Perez.
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Antiques in Rochester99 viewsThe Beatles make an appearance at the November 29, 2009 Rochester Women’s Club Antiques and Collectibles show. The signed photo of the Fab Four appeared to be the real thing, but antiques and collectibles expert Frank McNamee said that the signatures were just a facsimile and were usually sent out to fans who wrote to the band.
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