Feb 07

100 years ago in The Saratogian: February 7 From the George S. Bolster Collection of the Saratoga Springs History Museum Posted: 02/07/16, 1:00 AM EST MONDAY, FEB. 7, 1916 Saratoga Lake is being overfished in the winter to the detriment of summer fishing and should have a longer closed season to preserve the fish stock, […]

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Aug 31

At The Railyard: Fonda Johnstown & Gloversville Review Post by trmania on Sun Aug 19, 2012 10:13 pm …when the sewing machine came into popularity in the middle of the 19th century, it caused a boom in textile production. In Gloversville, New York, the main product of the textile industries was fine leather gloves. 20 […]

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Mar 22

Fonda buildings become history Written By: Michelle Monroe ST. ALBANS CITY — The buildings at former Fonda paper products plant site have been taken down and now meticulous cleanup work will begin, according to St. Albans City Director of Planning Chip Sawyer.  “It’s coming along really well,” said Sawyer of the demolition that’s taking place […]

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Jan 01

Landmarks with the Fonda Name Towns, Roads, Water, Buildings, Schools & Parks also see Fonda Name Origins Towns Fonda, New York, USA – East central N.Y., on Mohawk River, and the Barge Canal, and 10 mi/16 km W of Amsterdam; Formerly a freight transfer point on the N.Y. Central RR. Mfg. of aluminum prods., apparel, […]

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