U.S. National Register of Historic Places

Dansville, New York is home to several buildings that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP).


Pioneer Farm (McCurdy House) – Listed 1970

December 17, 1970

McCurdy house - built 1822 by James McCurdy

This substantial, brick farmhouse, built about 1822, was a land mark in the surrounding area and is interwoven with the history of Dansville. James McCurdy (d. 1864) son of the first settler in Dansville and prosperous farmer who specialized in sheep raising, erected this house on the site of the first dwelling in Dansville, NY.
Prior to being knocked down, this building had survived intact as an example of an early 19th century western New York farmhouse.


Dansville Public Library (200 Main Street) – Listed 1977

September 13, 1977

Architect/Builder/Engineer: Claude Bragdon, Joshua Shepard

Dansville Area Historical Society


Dansville Post Office – Listed 1988

November 16, 1988

Architect/Builder/Engineer: Charles A. Carpenter

Post Office


 

William Hartman Farmstead (9296 Rt. 63N) – Listed 2000

William Hartman Farmstead - Barden


Elias H. Geiger House (Geiger-Weidman House, 10693 Geiger Rd) – Listed 2006

April 11, 2006

Architect/Builder/Engineer: Elias H. Geiger


 

Dansville Downtown Historic District (Main Street) – Listed 2007

May 31, 2007

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Maxwell Block building missing                DSCN0791

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Engleside (McNair House) (9086 McNair Rd) – Listed 2009

 March 23, 2009

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More to come soon…


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