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Adam, L.C., Mercantile Building (Cedar Vale Historical Museum)

Picture of property 618 Cedar St
Cedar Vale (Chautauqua County)
Listed in National Register 2007-04-18

Architect: Not listed
Category: museum; commerce

Built in 1904, the L. C. Adam Mercantile Building was the center of commerce in Cedar Vale for a half century. The building is nominated for its commercial architecture that reflects the transition between the Victorian era of the late nineteenth century and the more restrained Revival styles of the early twentieth century. The building retains a high degree of its architectural integrity and is a significant reflection of an important era in Cedar Vale history.



Bradford Hotel (Huffman Hotel)

Picture of property 103 N Chautauqua
Sedan (Chautauqua County)
Listed in National Register 2007-11-28

Architect: Denick, A. J. & Tot Smith (builders)
Category: vacant/not in use; hotel

The Bradford Hotel was built in 1904 by a group of Sedan businessmen, E.C. Ackarman, M.V. Floyd, C.M. Williams, W.H. Sprowl, and William Johnson, who donated the property for the hotel. With the discovery of oil and gas nearby in 1903, these forward-looking entrepreneurs recognized the need for accommodations for visitors to the area. The hotel was nominated for its significance to the development of downtown Sedan during a time of economic boom following the discovery of oil and gas.



Cedar Creek Bridge

Picture of property 1.5 miles east of Elgin on FAS 96
Elgin (Chautauqua County)
Listed in National Register 1983-03-10

Architect: James B. Marsh
Category: road-related



Ernie's Rockshelter

Picture of property Address Restricted
Peru (Chautauqua County)
Listed in State Register 1977-11-29

Architect: n/a
Category: camp



Hewins Park Pavilion

Picture of property 101 Salebarn Rd
Cedar Vale (Chautauqua County)
Listed in National Register 2007-06-27

Architect: Not listed
Category: recreational district

For nearly 100 years, generations of Chautauqua County residents have attended outdoor events at Cedar Vale's Hewins Park Pavilion. Nineteenth century rancher, businessman, and politician Ed Hewins, set aside land for a 44-acre park in 1882. Surrounded by large cedar trees, this impressive wood-frame pavilion is open on three sides and features a semi-circular stage at its south end. It is nominated for its significance as a local gathering spot for Chautauquas, outdoor concerts, and holiday celebrations, and for its architectural significance.



Niotaze Methodist Episcopal Church

Picture of property 301 N F Street
Niotaze (Chautauqua County)
Listed in National Register 2006-01-11

Architect: Benjamin D. Price
Category: religious facility

The Niotaze Methodist Episcopal Church (c. 1895) is nominated for its architectural significance as a good local example of a one-room church plan. Designed by architect Benjamin D. Price, the building illustrates how a building design can be integrated into the landscape using local materials. S.A. Burson constructed the church using rusticated sandstone quarried from the hill overlooking Niotaze.



Otter Creek Bridge

Picture of property 3 miles north of Cedar Vale
Cedar Vale (Chautauqua County)
Listed in National Register 1990-01-04

Architect: W.P.A.
Category: road-related



Sedan Opera House

Picture of property 200-204 E Main St
Sedan (Chautauqua County)
Listed in State Register 1993-09-07

Architect: unknown
Category: theater; meeting hall



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