While working on the footings underneath the Roseboro this week, Ron Kleinberger found this large old sign. Beverwyck Brewing Company was formed in 1878 and was located at 30/52 North Ferry Street, in Albany, New York. The brewery produced beer from 1878 until prohibition in 1920. During prohibition Beverwyck had a license to produce non-alcoholic… Read more »
Posts Tagged: Roseboro History
Yes, apparently Elvis had some fans at the Roseboro! We found a whole stack of postcards to vote on the choice for the Elvis stamp. There was also some order blanks to order the stamps.
More neat finds today! These were found under the Roseboro in the crawl spaces. The half pint bottle says W.C. Shineman on it and the pint bottle says D.H. Nichols – Canajoharie, NY on it. The Colgate Dental Cream and the old room key tag were found in the floorboards. The old books were found… Read more »
Unfortunately, the old Roseboro Ice House was beyond saving and we are in the process of tearing it down. I did, however, save all of the neat old hardware. The door is actually not just a regular door. It is about 8″ thick and has an insulated tin casing attached behind it. It is extremely… Read more »