RPPC - VALOIS, NEW YORK, Sagoyewatha Inn, SENECA Lake

This is a real photo post card (RPPC) that is entitled “Sagoyewatha Inn and Brookside Cottages, Seneca Lake”. It is postmarked September, 1909. I believe it was located near Valois, New York (Hector). Hector is a town in the northeastern corner of Schuyler County, New York. The town is named after Hector Ely, who at the time was the firstborn son of the town founders. Hector is west of Ithaca, New York. The area was originally under the dominion of the Iroquois. The region became part of the Central New York Military Tract, land used to pay soldiers of the American Revolution. The area was first settled around 1790, but the first permanent settler arrived in 1791. The town of Hector was formed in Cayuga County in 1802 from part of the town of Ovid. However, Hector (including the hamlet of Reynoldsville) was part of the adjacent Seneca County from 1804 to 1817. Hector became part of Tompkins County when the county was created in 1817, and then became part of Schuyler County in 1854 in the part contributed by Tompkins County. Hector is a town in the Finger Lakes region. Valois – A hamlet north of Hector hamlet. Some soiling/staining. All questions are welcome. Please read the following TERMS before bidding. By placing a bid, you are agreeing to all of the TERMS listed below. If you do not agree with all of the below TERMS, please do ... read more