Webster's history timeline
XEROX: Chester Carlson's unduplicated success
The Ground Round: a distinctly Rochester take on the hamburger.
Details on the Webster Historical Society's Historic Homes project
Webster residents serving during the Civil War
Webster residents serving during World War I
Webster residents lost while serving during World War II
Where Life is Worth Living
Webster Residents sharing their experiences through Video.
Highlights in the evolution of film.
Resources for historical or genealogy research.
George G. Mason House
George G. Mason House was constructed in 1910 and is a large 2 1⁄2-story house that combines simple Queen Anne style massing and Colonial Revival style decorative features. The first floor is built of brick and above the house is sheathed in shingles. Prominent exterior features include the use of bay windows, a projected stair landing on the south elevation, and paired Corinthian porch columns supported on engaged piers in the balustrade.
U.S. National Register of Historic Places
39 Dunning Ave.
NRHP Reference: #04001206
Added to NRHP: October 27, 2004
Webster's National Register Properties
Jayne and Mason Bank Building, 11 E. Main Street
William C. Jayne House, 183 E. Main Street
George G. Mason House, 39 Dunning Avenue
Webster Baptist Church, 59 South Avenue
WEBSTER MUSEUM AND HISTORICAL SOCIETY
18 Lapham Park Webster, New York 14580 585.265.3308