And Other Structures of Earlville
Quincy Square Museum
East Main Street
Earlville, New York
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Fires destroyed the earliest structures in the late 1800s, so our oldest houses are those
outside the commercial areas of Earlville. An early house, which has retained most of
its original features, is located on the north end of the village. It is a simple, 1 ½ story
frame house built about 1810, once owned by Ebenezer Craine.
Earlville has many different style houses, from a stately Queen Anne Victorian to
several built in the late 1890s with French Mansard roofs; from early Greek Revival
homes built in the 1830-40s to Federal style homes built in the 1850s. The Museum
sponsors tours of some of these houses and has a large collection of photos and
memorabilia from them.
Earlville has one of the few remaining, operating Opera Houses in the area. The
Museum displays the projectors once used in the Opera House when it was the local
movie theater. Please go to the the Links page and click on the Earlville Opera House
Website for information on this prominent landmark.