Corinthian Hall site

Corinthian Hall site

In today's downtown Rochester, Corinthian Street runs one short block from State Street and ends at a parking garage. On that site once stood Rochester's proudest public assembly hall, Corinthian Hall, for which the tiny street was named.

Corinthian Hall site

Corinthian Hall site

A view looking straight down Corinthian Street from State Street.

Corinthian Hall site

Corinthian Hall site

Such a lot of street sign for such a little street!

Period exterior view of Corinthian Hall.

Corinthian Hall interior

Corinthian Hall interior

Period interior view of a gala event, apparently a banquet, at Corinthian Hall. Note the Corinthian columns adorning the stage, which gave the building its original name.

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