• Bricking Woodstock Street 1916

    In 1916, Huntley Village Trustees voted to pave Woodstock Street, as well as Main, Coral and Second streets, with brick. The work on Woodstock Street was completed in 1917.

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  • Woodstock Street 1910

    Huntley’s Woodstock Street was one of the original roads through town, a north/south route that brought farmers and their milk wagons to the train depot. In its earliest years, the road was unpaved, m…

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  • Rebricking Woodstock Street 2000

    By the late 1990s, the Woodstock Street bricks were showing much wear and deterioration. Residents petitioned for the street’s landmark status. With the historic status granted, the village was able t…

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  • Brinkerhoff House

    Thomas Stillwell Huntley (1807-1894) built this home at the corner of Woodstock and Third streets in 1856. The stately home still stands today. When T. S. Huntley died he willed the home to his brothe…

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  • Ed Cook's Lawn, Woodstock Street

    Friends gather for a summer party on the lawn of the Ed Cook home on Woodstock Street. Mr. Cook (1860-1952), far left, was the local undertaker who also ran a pharmacy on Main Street. His casket showr…

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