Thursday, January 17, 2013
One of the last remnants of stagecoach days between Syracuse and Watertown was the Dixon House, built in 1836. It was destroyed by fire on June 1, 1916. A large hall in the rear of the hotel was totally destroyed in the fire, along with its contents. A nearby livery stable and garage were also consumed in the flames. C.A. Williams was the last owner.
Posted by Richard Palmer at 12:29 PM