Mrs. S. Burns

Known Name(s)

Mrs. S. Burns ()
Mrs. S. Burns ()


314 Broad St. Utica, NY (1939, 1940, 1941)
318 Broad St. Utica, NY (1947, 1948, 1949, 1950, 1951)

Establishment Type(s)

Tourist Home

Physical Status



This 314 Broad Street listing is likely in error and refers to the tourist home at 318 Broad Street.

318 Broad Street: A three-story brick house facing Broad Street not far from the train tracks. A two-story frame ell was attached to the rear of the house. The was a concrete block garage to the rear. The building sat in an industrial area with a junk yard behind it and a warehouse to the northwest in the 1920s. 

Detailed History

310-314 Broad Street was a warehouse used in 1925 by Rathbun & Co. Wholesale Dry Goods. It later became an auto accessory warehouse, and in the mid-1970s was purchased by Mohawk Hospital Equipment. Today it has been converted to apartments known as Rathbun Lofts.

The building at 318 Broad Street was described as the home of Mrs. Georges Burns in 1936 when her brother died there after a prolonged illness. While the establishment continued to be listed in the Green Book through 1951, a 1950 update of the 1925 Sanborn fire insurance map removed the building and replaced it with a parking lot for the new post office garage. The lot remains undeveloped to this day.

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